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"'We won't spare Black Stars" - Uganda captain

Uganda Cranes host Madagascar in an global friendly match today at the StarTimes stadium, Lugogo. Twenty-one players in camp who all trained Wednesday night at the Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi, are bubbling with confidence to undo the high-flying Cranes, and according to Coach Kwasi Appiah, the team will fight to the end.



Russian hackers stole U.S. cyber secrets from NSA

If you want to hack a phone, order a cyber attack on a competitor's website or buy a Trojan programme to steal banking information, look no further than the former Soviet Union. "Kaspersky Lab has not been provided any evidence substantiating the company's involvement in the alleged incident reported by the Wall Street Journal ", it said.


Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay prepare combine world cup bid

Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay prepare combine world cup bid

The heads of three countries in Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, announced that y agreed to host and apply to World Cup, which will be held in 2030, in a press conference. "I think the argument of the 100-year anniversary of the first World Cup held in Uruguay makes it very attractive for the region to organise the tournament", he said.


New Information Comes To Light About Lives Of Vegas Victims

New Information Comes To Light About Lives Of Vegas Victims

She went to the concert with her fiance, Christopher Williams, and several colleagues and was fatally wounded in the back. "I don't know what to say". Paddock, a 64-year-old accountant and avid gambler from Mesquite, Nevada, checked in Thursday and gradually brought 10 suitcases filled with 23 different firearms up to his room.


Equifax was aware of vulnerabilities prior to data breach

Equifax was aware of vulnerabilities prior to data breach

Now, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is making Equifax efx and its former CEO rue those words. Yesterday, just after Equifax's well-paid former CEO Richard Smith was grilled by the Senate Banking Committee, a bi-partisan group of US senators pointed out that Smith's former company was recently awarded a government contract worth $7.2 million.