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Samsung users claim their phones send random photos to their contacts

More news related to the privacy of our data: this time with news that will scare some people. Apparently, as some users of Samsung smartphones claim, their phones would have been sent personal photos...

3 tips for staying safe on the lake this summer

As we approach summer, the weather is quickly warming up. And if there’s one thing Americans love to do when the weather is warm, it's spending time on the water. That means it’s the...

Saudi women remain second-class citizens, although they can already drive

The Saudi Arabian government said on Monday that more than 120,000 women have registered to obtain a driver's license, after the authorities withdrew the ban on driving women on Sunday, in a measure considered...

Spain proposes to host ship “Aquarius” and its 629 migrants

Perhaps this will be the end of the wandering for Aquarius. Spain agreed on Monday (June 11th) to host the ship carrying the 629 migrants rescued off Libya, whose fate was at stake between...

Kim Jong-un pledges to denuclearize Korea in exchange for security

At his historic summit in Singapore with Donald Trump, Kim Jong-un has pledged on Tuesday "the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula," but without giving concrete dates. In return, the president of the United...

Denmark prohibits wearing burqa or niqab in public places

The Danish Parliament has taken this measure, which will come into force in August and establishes fines of up to 1,300 euros for those who wear these veils that, according to the Danish government,...

Kim Jong-un’s chief adviser meets with Pompeo to prepare the great summit

US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, met on Wednesday with Kim Yong-chol, a senior advisor of the North Korean government, in the framework of the preparations for the summit between the leaders of both...

Saudi Arabia passes a law against sexual harassment

Saudi Arabia wants to stop sexual harassment in its streets. The government of the ultraconservative kingdom has approved a law that punishes with up to five years in prison and fines of up to...

The governor of Missouri resigns for a sex scandal

The governor of the state of Missouri, the Republican Eric Greitens, announced on Tuesday his resignation, which will take effect next Friday, after a sexual scandal and face accusations of having used the mailing...

“Be prepared for war”, the brochure that is reaching all Swedish homes

The government of Sweden has begun to send to the 4.8 million households in the country a public information brochure that tells the population, for the first time in more than half a century,...
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