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Mariah Carey Countersued by Promoters Over Canceled Concerts

Added: 17.01.2018 20:25 | 0 views | 0 comments

Mariah Carey tried to pass the buck on South American promoters, laying the blame on them for her canceled 'Sweet Sweet Fantasy' gigs ... according to a countersuit they've just filed. The promoter, Fenix, says it arranged for Mariah to play 2 shows...

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Former CIA officer eyed in connection to Chinese crackdown

Added: 17.01.2018 19:04 | 1 views | 0 comments

As early as 2010, CIA officials were concerned about a mole after agency contacts and informants in China were being killed or imprisoned. Now, sources say a former CIA officer arrested on Monday may have been leaking information. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.

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Oklahoma politicians stunned by discovery of possible spying

Added: 17.01.2018 18:33 | 0 views | 0 comments

A Republican lawmaker's discovery of a magnetic box containing a high-tech tracking device affixed to the bottom of his truck is being investigated by Oklahoma officials, who also revealed that four other GOP legislators have reported concerns they were being followed.

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Oklahoma politicians stunned by discovery of possible spying

Added: 17.01.2018 16:51 | 0 views | 0 comments

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A Republican lawmaker’s discovery of a magnetic box containing a high-tech tracking device affixed to the bottom of his truck is being investigated by Oklahoma officials, who also revealed that four other GOP legislators have reported concerns they were being followed. The mysterious discovery has stunned Oklahoma’s political class, and raised [...]

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HK activist leader gets second prison term

Added: 17.01.2018 16:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

January 18, 2018 5:00 AM
HONG KONG • Activist Joshua Wong was yesterday jailed for the second time for his role in pro-democracy protests, as concern grows that prison terms for young campaigners are shutting down debate in the semi-autonomous city as Beijing increases control.

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North Korea to send orchestra to Winter Olympics as talks continue over single flag at opening ceremony

Added: 17.01.2018 15:41 | 0 views | 0 comments


North Korea will send an 80-piece orchestra and a further 60 singers and dancers to perform concerts in South Korea during the upcoming Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games. The Samjiyon band will perform folk songs and "masterpieces" that call for reunification of the Korean Peninsula in concerts in Seoul and Gangneung, which is hosting a number of events in the Games, Lee Woo-sung, the head of the South Korean delegation to the talks, told reporters. The delegation from Pyongyang made its offer during a second round of discussions on North Korea's participation in the games with their South Korean counterparts on Monday. Speaking at the outset of the meeting, Kwon Hyok-bong, the head of the North's negotiating team, said: "We believe that a great symphony will be enthusiastically received."  The North Korean delegation also included Hyon Song-wol, the glamorous leader of the all-female Moranbong Band and rumoured to have been Kim Jong-un's former girlfriend. The Moranbong Band perform in Pyongyang in 2016 Credit: AFP Ms Hyon, who is believed to be in her late 30s, is so highly regarded by the North Korean dictator that she was named an alternate member of the central committee of the Workers' Party of Korea in October 2017. The opening ceremony for the 16-day tournament is scheduled to take place on February 9, with the next round of talks likely to consider a number of additional proposals from both sides. Discussions continue over the proposal that athletes representing both North and South Korea participate together in the opening and closing ceremonies under a "Korean Unification" flag, a blue outline of the peninsula on a white background. The two sides are also exploring the possibility of fielding a joint women's ice hockey team and have filed a request with the International Olympic Committee. Athletes from North and South marched together with a unification flag at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin Credit: AP If the IOC grants the request, it will be the first time that a unified Korean team will have taken part in an Olympic event. North Korea has also requested that its athletes, officials, media, performers and "cheering squad" members be permitted to travel to Pyeongchang across the Demilitarised Zone that divides the peninsula. Seoul has agreed to guarantee the delegation's safety during its visit. The Samjiyon band is believed to have been formed in the late 2000s, Yonhap news reported, and has previously performed for high-profile foreign visitors to North Korea. Lee Woo-sung, of the South Korean delegation, answers questions after Monday's meetings Credit: AP "The two sides plan to discuss details, including the venue, stage conditions and other matters, through consultations", a joint statement said. "In this regard, the North will send an advance inspection team at an early date". Progress in the discussions to date has been rapid, although Pyongyang hinted on Sunday that there are still hurdles that need to be overcome. Apparently angered at comments by Moon Jae-in, the South Korean president, about his continued commitment to removing all nuclear weapons from the peninsula, state media said Pyongyang could still decline to take part. "They should know that the trains and buses carrying our delegation to the Olympics are still in Pyongyang", the Korea Central News Agency said in an editorial. "We will, as ever, strive to improve the North-South ties, but will never remain an onlooker to sordid acts ... chilling the efforts".

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The top 10 security challenges of serverless architectures

Added: 17.01.2018 9:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

Broken authentication and privileged access without cause are among the most common security concerns.

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From: www.zdnet.com

North Korea to send orchestra to Winter Olympics as talks continue over single flag at opening ceremony

Added: 17.01.2018 4:26 | 0 views | 0 comments


North Korea will send an 80-piece orchestra and a further 60 singers and dancers to perform concerts in South Korea during the upcoming Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games. The Samjiyon band will perform folk songs and "masterpieces" that call for reunification of the Korean Peninsula in concerts in Seoul and Gangneung, which is hosting a number of events in the Games, Lee Woo-sung, the head of the South Korean delegation to the talks, told reporters. The delegation from Pyongyang made its offer during a second round of discussions on North Korea's participation in the games with their South Korean counterparts on Monday. Speaking at the outset of the meeting, Kwon Hyok-bong, the head of the North's negotiating team, said: "We believe that a great symphony will be enthusiastically received."  The North Korean delegation also included Hyon Song-wol, the glamorous leader of the all-female Moranbong Band and rumoured to have been Kim Jong-un's former girlfriend. The Moranbong Band perform in Pyongyang in 2016 Credit: AFP Ms Hyon, who is believed to be in her late 30s, is so highly regarded by the North Korean dictator that she was named an alternate member of the central committee of the Workers' Party of Korea in October 2017. The opening ceremony for the 16-day tournament is scheduled to take place on February 9, with the next round of talks likely to consider a number of additional proposals from both sides. Discussions continue over the proposal that athletes representing both North and South Korea participate together in the opening and closing ceremonies under a "Korean Unification" flag, a blue outline of the peninsula on a white background. The two sides are also exploring the possibility of fielding a joint women's ice hockey team and have filed a request with the International Olympic Committee. Athletes from North and South marched together with a unification flag at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin Credit: AP If the IOC grants the request, it will be the first time that a unified Korean team will have taken part in an Olympic event. North Korea has also requested that its athletes, officials, media, performers and "cheering squad" members be permitted to travel to Pyeongchang across the Demilitarised Zone that divides the peninsula. Seoul has agreed to guarantee the delegation's safety during its visit. The Samjiyon band is believed to have been formed in the late 2000s, Yonhap news reported, and has previously performed for high-profile foreign visitors to North Korea. Lee Woo-sung, of the South Korean delegation, answers questions after Monday's meetings Credit: AP "The two sides plan to discuss details, including the venue, stage conditions and other matters, through consultations", a joint statement said. "In this regard, the North will send an advance inspection team at an early date". Progress in the discussions to date has been rapid, although Pyongyang hinted on Sunday that there are still hurdles that need to be overcome. Apparently angered at comments by Moon Jae-in, the South Korean president, about his continued commitment to removing all nuclear weapons from the peninsula, state media said Pyongyang could still decline to take part. "They should know that the trains and buses carrying our delegation to the Olympics are still in Pyongyang", the Korea Central News Agency said in an editorial. "We will, as ever, strive to improve the North-South ties, but will never remain an onlooker to sordid acts ... chilling the efforts".

From: www.yahoo.com

Survey finds geopolitical, cyber threats key concerns in '18

Added: 17.01.2018 4:15 | 0 views | 0 comments

The World Economic Forum says a new survey found more than nine in 10 experts are expressing concerns about worsening economic or political confrontation between world powers, as "charismatic strongman politics" increasingly affects geopolitics.

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9 Park Service advisory board members quit

Added: 17.01.2018 1:24 | 1 views | 0 comments

Nine members of the National Park System Advisory Board quit Tuesday, citing concern over the Trump administration's priorities regarding the national parks, according to a letter obtained by CNN.

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