Facebook content moderators exposed to terrorists

Around six content moderators of Facebook are in great exposure to risks after the social media platform had unintentionally uncovered their identities to possible terrorist accounts. 5 days ago

Watch Donald Trumps really weird first full cabinet meeting

US President Donald Trumps staff took time to praise their boss direction and commitment to the American worker on 12 June during their first full cabinet meeting. The meeting was swiftly mocked online and by Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer of New York, who posted a video skit on Twitter in which his staff showered him with compliments. 9 days ago

Wikileaks Julian Assange remains wanted by UK police despite dropped rape investigation by Sweden

Even though Sweden dropped the rape investigation against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, he isnt exactly walking free. In 2012, Assange took refuge in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden over rape allegations. By doing so, Assange violated his bail conditions set by the UK and he still has an arrest warrant out. Assange has feared Sweden or the UK would hand him over to the US to face prosecution over one of the largest classified military and diplomatic document leaks in US history. May 21, 2017

NHS cyberattack: What you need to know

As many as 45 NHS facilities were hit by a ransomware cyberattack on 12 May. The computer virus locked patient files, leaving healthcare services unable to treat many people.The Wanna Decryptor malware demanded $300 to unlock each computer. The virus may have exploited a Microsoft Windows flaw. Computers in up to 100 countries have been affected.It is unclear who is responsible, but the attack is believed to be criminal in nature, and not connected to a state actor. May 13, 2017

ISS footage shows thunderstorms in night-time Europe

French astronaut Thomas Pesquet posted a video filmed from the International Space station showing Europe lit up at night. Occasionally, thunderstorms are visible in the distance.Pesquet is on a six-month mission on the ISS and regularly posts stunning views from space. May 13, 2017

Syrian Democratic Forces recapture Tabqa Dam from Isis

Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) liberated Tabqa city and a nearby dam from Isis. Tabqa Dam provides hundreds of thousands of Syrians with water and electricity.Also known as the Euphrates Dam, its recapture is an important victory. The US-backed SFD surveyed the damage to its structure. They also removed the Isis flag and unfurled their own banners. May 14, 2017

Theresa May praises NHS staff reaction after cyberattack

While service to most NHS hospitals has been restored following the unprecedented ransomware attack on organizations worldwide, Theresa May highlighted the dedication of NHS staff during the incident. She also defended the decision not to chair a Cobra meeting, leaving Home Secretery Amber Rudd to deal with the aftermath of the cyberattack. May 14, 2017

Brexit Britain tries to woo China for increased trade at Belt and Road summit

Britain hopes for increased trade with China as Beijing presses forward with its ambitious Silk Road plan aimed at developing worldwide growth. Also known as the Belt and the Road initiative, the Silk Road programme hopes to increase global infrastructure and open up international trade routes in Eurasia. May 14, 2017