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WhatsApp reportedly refused to build a backdoor for the UK govt

Messaging service WhatsApp rejected a UK Government request to create a way to access encrypted messages earlier this year, reports Sky News, citing an anonymous security source.

It’s time to abolish the Electoral College – Clinton

Hillary Clinton told CNN on Wednesday that it is time to abolish the Electoral College, part of a sweeping interview where the former Democratic nominee sought to explain why she lost the 2016 election.

Texas flood: Beware of scammers – FBI warns donors

Two US agencies, along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation have warned potential donors wishing to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey that unscrupulous scammers may set up shop in the storm’s wake.

Obama did not wiretap Trump Tower – DoJ

The U.S. Justice Department has trashed a lie once told by President Donald Trump about the wiretapping of his Trump Tower by President Barack Obama in New York during the run up to the November 2016 election.

Workers clear out of Russian consulate in San Francisco

Workers were seen hurrying to shut Russia's consulate in San Francisco ahead of a Saturday deadline imposed by Washington, a day after black smoke rose from a chimney at the building.

Russia accuses US of ‘direct threat’ to diplomats’ immunity

Russia’s foreign ministry on Friday accused the US authorities of threatening the “security” of Russian citizens and violating its diplomats’ immunity with a planned FBI search of the San Francisco consulate.

FBI shields Hillary Clinton from email probe

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is declining to turn over files related to its investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails by arguing a lack of public interest in the matter.

FBI probes white supremacists violence in Charlottesville

The FBI and the Virginian police will investigate on Sunday the violence in Charlottesville, stemming from a white nationalist rally a day earlier that killed one person, injured more than 30, and challenged President Donald Trump’s leadership.

US state gov slams white supremacists

The governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe, has said that his only message for the white supremacists who brought chaos to the city of Charlottesville is “Go home”.

FBI searches home of Trump campaign chairman

The FBI has searched the home of Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman as part of the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the US presidential election.

Nigerian Kazeem convicted over $7m fraud in US

A Nigerian, Emmanuel Oluwatosin Kazeem, accused of obtaining more than 125,000 stolen taxpayer identities from across the United States has been convicted in federal court in Oregon.

WannaCry researcher arrested by FBI for his role in Kronos malware campaign

According to friends, the first clues came when Hutchins failed to text from the airport. “He was radio-silent before his flight which is very unusual,” one friend told The Verge, “and he wasn’t on the Wi-Fi on the plane.”

FBI arrests hacker who stopped NHS cyberattack

The FBI has arrested a British cybersecurity researcher credited with helping to stop the global WannaCry ransomware attack.

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Iran halts Iraqi Kurdistan flights ahead of referendum

Iran has halted flights to airports in Iraqi Kurdistan at the request of the central government in Baghdad a day before a Kurdish independence referendum, the semi-official Fars news agency reported.

IDPs in Maiduguri demands return to Bama

The Bama Initiative for Human Development, an NGO, on Sunday in Maiduguri staged a peaceful demonstration demanding the return of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) to their respective communities in Bama.

Why Ambode must amend rent control law to regulate agency fees – Lawyer

A constitutional lawyer, Mr Kabir Akingbolu, has urged the Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode to initiate the process of amending the State’s Rent Control Law to regulate agency fees chargeable by property agents as commission on rent transactions.

Lagos completes removal of dilapidated Fadeyi pedestrian bridge

The Lagos State Government has completed the removal of the dilapidated and disused steel pedestrian bridge at Fadeyi Bus Stop along Ikorodu Road.

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Nigeria will begin trying Boko Haram suspects detained in military camps from next month and the cases will be speedily handled, the justice ministry said on Sunday.

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