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Trump lambasts 'witch hunt' after ex-FBI boss named Russian Federation probe chief

The president claimed that the Clinton campaign and Obama administration committed " illegal acts " but never received a special counsel . The decision comes amid mounting concerns about Trump's potential attempts to interfere in the investigation, including the sacking of former FBI Director James Comey last week.


Skoda Karoq: The iconic Yeti's successor revealed globally

Skoda Karoq: The iconic Yeti's successor revealed globally

The Karoq looks modern while utilising the age-old Skoda design elements. Technology will feature heavily in the auto, with the Karoq the first Skoda to offer a digital instrument panel pioneered by Audi with its Virtual Cockpit - its settings will be able to be personalised for up to three different drivers.



Chinese State Media Says US Should Take Some Blame for Cyber-Attack

The DA will therefore request that the Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence receives a briefing from the State Security Agency on the current state of South Africa's cyber security. He noted, however, the complexity that can be involved in patching a security hole. Industry experts said the UAE was lease affected because the ransomware attack peaked on a non-working day in the country.


Is this a Microsoft Surface Pro 5 leak? Not quite

Is this a Microsoft Surface Pro 5 leak? Not quite

The report further highlights that the internals will be upgraded to the latest specifications, so one might expect Intel's latest Kaby Lake processors will power the upcoming 2-in-1. Last time, the company also introduced a Surface book along with the tablet, but this time around, the company is not expected to announce the successor to it, as revealed by people closer to the company's plans.


Antarctica to be 'much greener place' due to climate change, scientists find

Antarctica to be 'much greener place' due to climate change, scientists find

Recent climate change on the Antarctic Peninsula is well documented with warming and other changes such as increased precipitation and wind strength. The polar regions are warming more rapidly than the rest of the Earth, as greenhouse gasses from fossil fuel burning build up in the atmosphere and trap heat.