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‘Cyberattack’ knocks thousands offline in Europe

‘Cyberattack’ knocks thousands offline in Europe

Paris: Thousands of internet users across Europe have been thrown offline after what sources said Friday was a likely cyberattack at the beginning of Russia’s offensive in Ukraine. According to Orange, nearly 9,000 subscribers of a satellite internet service provided by its subsidiary Nordnet in France are without internet following

Russia-Ukraine Conflict: US announces $350 million in new military aid to Ukraine

Russia-Ukraine Conflict: US announces $350 million in new military aid to Ukraine

Washington: The United States will provide Ukraine with an additional $350 million in new military equipment to fight off Russia’s “brutal and unprovoked assault,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Saturday, February 26. “This package will include further lethal defensive assistance to help Ukraine address the armored, airborne, and

Russia-Ukraine war: PM Modi speaks to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy

Russia-Ukraine war: PM Modi speaks to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today, February 26, held talks with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Zelenskyy in a tweet said: “Spoke with Indian Prime Minister @narendramodi. Informed of the course of repulsing Russian aggression. More than 100,000 invaders are on our land. They insidiously fire on residential buildings. Urged

Ukraine Crisis: Russia announces end of Crimea military drills, troops leaving

Ukraine Crisis: Russia announces end of Crimea military drills, troops leaving

MOSCOW: Russia on Wednesday, February 16, said military drills in Moscow-annexed Crimea had ended and that soldiers were returning to their garrisons, a day after it announced a first troop pullback from Ukraine’s borders. “Units of the Southern Military District, having completed their participation in tactical exercises, are moving to