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The computer systems for Universal Health Services were hit by a cyberattack

Universal Health Services computer systems were hit by a cyberattack.

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee report about the 737 Max plane criticized Boeing and the FAA

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee report about the 737 Max plane criticized Boeing and the FAA.

Android 11 stable version is rolling out. Some features to observe

Android 11 stable version is available.

The Twitter account and the website of Indian PM Narendra Modi have been hacked

The personal Twitter account of Indian prime minister Narendra Modi was hacked on Wednesday.

First 11th Gen Tiger Lake processors for laptop

Intel has officially announced Wednesday its first 11th Gen Tiger Lake processors for laptop.

Microsoft patched as urgency two known vulnerabilities in Windows Codec Library

Microsoft has published on Tuesday two out-of-band security updates to patch two vulnerabilities in the Microsoft Windows Codecs Library. The two bugs – tracked as...

Entertainement News

Japanese actress Yuko Takeuchi found dead aged 40

Japanese actress Yuko Takeuchi, who played a female Sherlock Holmes in the 2018 HBO series, as Miss Sherlock, has been found dead at her Tokyo home at the age of 40.

The Metropolitan Opera on New York will not open until next September because the pandemic time

The Metropolitan Opera on New York will remain closed until next September.

Madonna will direct her own biopic movie

Madonna will direct and co-write her own biopic movie.

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General Motors and Honda Motor Co. will jointly develop vehicles in North America

General Motors and Honda Motor Co. will share vehicle R&D and engineering costs in North America.

Apple is now worth more than $2 trillion

Apple is now worth more than $2 trillion, making it the first company in the United States to reach that milestone.

A lawsuit was filed against Facebook for harvesting biometric data of Instagram users

Facebook is facing a lawsuit over harvesting the biometric data of Instagram users.

Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot owner PSA Group will merge in combined company

They made the announcement Thursday. Spreading the cost of developing electric and autonomous vehicles is a goal. A binding agreement could be finalized within...

Life

The annual Rio de Janeiro Carnival parade was postponed from February

The annual Rio de Janeiro Carnival parade won’t be held in February. More, no new date has been set.

Big news from Elon Musk about future batteries development

Elon Musk announced that new technology will reduce his battery cost.

This year, the Halloween party must be different

"Many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses," the CDC says.

Science

Scientists believe they discovered underground saltwater on Mars

detected a series of saltwater lakes beneath the glaciers of Mars' southern ice cap.

Chinese company Origin Space will launch an asteroid mining robot

China will send out the world’s first mining robot into space by November this year.

The last minute discovered 2020 SW asteroid will pass by Earth, Thursday

the school bus-sized asteroid called 2020 SW which is Estimated to be somewhere between 15-30 feet in diameter is expected to graze past our planets surface with about 13,000 miles, on Thursday.

Airbus prepares to build commercial zero-emission aicrafts hydrogen-fuelled

Aerospace giant Airbus has unveiled plans for the first commercial zero-emission aircraft, hydrogen-fuelled passenger plane.

There is a way to influence the Cytokine Storm in coronavirus patients , scientists say

The drug 4-Phenylbutiric acid (4-PBA) fully curbs mortality caused by respiratory failure derived from cellular stress.

Health

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine scientists have isolated a biomolecule that “completely and specifically” neutralizes the virus.
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News in Europe

Paid paternity leave for fathers was approved by Parliament in Switzerland

Switzerland on Sunday approved a voter referendum enacting paid paternity leave for fathers.

Ukrainian military transport aircraft Antonov 26 crashed killing 26 on board

A Ukrainian military transport aircraft Antonov 26 crashed near the northeastern town of Chuhuiv, killing at least 27.

Two people injured in a knife attack in Paris, terror investigation opened

Two people were seriously injured in a knife attack Friday near the former offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

The „Jesus of Siberia” was arrested and charged by Russian authorities

Russian authorities arrested in Siberia, in Krasnoyarsk region, a former traffic officer, Sergei Torop, 59, who claims to be the reincarnation of Jesus.

News in USA

Several people died in a hostage situation in Salem, Oregon

Several people died in a hostage situation in Salem.

Brain-eating amoeba was found in a Texas water supply and several cities were alerted

A brain-eating amoeba was found in a southeast Texas water supply.

A young man aged 20 has died in a rodeo accident in Mineral Wells, Texas

An Oklahoma bull rider, 20. died last week after being thrown from a bull during the Palo Pinto County Livestock Association's rodeo event in Mineral Wells.

A train derailment occurred in the NYC subway, Sunday morning

A train derailed at the Eighth Avenue-14th Street station in Chelsea subway, in Manhattan, Sunday.

International News

Clinical trial of the Johnson & Johnson’s single dose coronavirus vaccine has good results

Early results from a Phase 1/2a clinical trial of the Johnson & Johnson's single dose coronavirus vaccine revealed that it was well tolerated and even one dose appeared to produce a strong immune response.

New pandemic restrictions apply on Israel

After imposing the second nationwide lockdown, the government ordered new restrictions starting Friday.

Two workers specialists in old bombs localisation have died in Solomon Islands

Two men from Britain and Australia , Stephen “Luke" Atkinson from Britain and Australian Trent Lee, employees of Norwegian People's Aid, has died in Solomom Islans due to an old bomb blast.
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Several people died in a hostage situation in Salem, Oregon

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The computer systems for Universal Health Services were hit by a cyberattack

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Scientists believe they discovered underground saltwater on Mars

detected a series of saltwater lakes beneath the glaciers of Mars' southern ice cap.

Chinese company Origin Space will launch an asteroid mining robot

China will send out the world’s first mining robot into space by November this year.

Paid paternity leave for fathers was approved by Parliament in Switzerland

Switzerland on Sunday approved a voter referendum enacting paid paternity leave for fathers.

Japanese actress Yuko Takeuchi found dead aged 40

Japanese actress Yuko Takeuchi, who played a female Sherlock Holmes in the 2018 HBO series, as Miss Sherlock, has been found dead at her Tokyo home at the age of 40.

Brain-eating amoeba was found in a Texas water supply and several cities were alerted

A brain-eating amoeba was found in a southeast Texas water supply.

Clinical trial of the Johnson & Johnson’s single dose coronavirus vaccine has good results

Early results from a Phase 1/2a clinical trial of the Johnson & Johnson's single dose coronavirus vaccine revealed that it was well tolerated and even one dose appeared to produce a strong immune response.

Ukrainian military transport aircraft Antonov 26 crashed killing 26 on board

A Ukrainian military transport aircraft Antonov 26 crashed near the northeastern town of Chuhuiv, killing at least 27.

Two people injured in a knife attack in Paris, terror investigation opened

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Several people died in a hostage situation in Salem, Oregon

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The computer systems for Universal Health Services were hit by a cyberattack

Universal Health Services computer systems were hit by a cyberattack.

Scientists believe they discovered underground saltwater on Mars

detected a series of saltwater lakes beneath the glaciers of Mars' southern ice cap.

Chinese company Origin Space will launch an asteroid mining robot

China will send out the world’s first mining robot into space by November this year.

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