Athenians settle for an uneasy night

Strong quake jolts Athens, 3 injured ATHENS: Athenians settled for an uneasy yesterday after a strong 5.1-magnitude earthquake temporarily...

Wizard cybersecurity expert charged with a record hack

Attack exposed millions of personal, financial records SOFIA: A 20-year-old Bulgarian cybersecurity worker has been arrested on suspicion of...

As holidays begin, UK looks out for forced marriages

LONDON: With summer holidays beginning in Britain this week, officials are redoubling efforts at the border to stop young people being dragged...

Hackers hit Bulgaria, send data from Russian email

SOFIA: Hackers stole thousands of Bulgarians' personal financial data and distributed it from a Russian-based email in an attack possibly related to...

British police warning to media over leaked memos stirs anger

WASHINGTON: The British Embassy is seen in Washington, DC, following the resignation of British Ambassador to the US Kim Darroch,...

Thrown under the bus? UK envoy to Washington quits

LONDON: Britain's ambassador to Washington quit yesterday after days of stinging criticism from Donald Trump, leading to accusations that Boris Johnson, the...

Iraqi gets life in jail for teen rape-murder in Germany

Bashar will not be granted parole after 15 years WIESBADEN, Germany: An Iraqi man was sentenced to life...

Paris says its missiles found on pro-Haftar base in Libya

PARIS: France said yesterday its missiles had been found at a Libyan base used by forces loyal to strongman Khalifa Haftar, in...

Trump slams May’s ‘foolish policies,’ ‘pompous’ envoy

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump assailed Britain's US ambassador as a "pompous fool" and slammed outgoing premier Theresa May's "foolish" policies in...

UK’s Labor backs staying in EU in call for referendum

LONDON: Britain's main opposition Labor party yesterday for the first time conditionally backed holding another Brexit referendum, in which it would support...

Britain hunts for leaker of cables calling Trump ‘inept’

London distances itself from ambassador Darroch's views LONDON: Britain scrambled yesterday to stem damage to its relations with Washington...

BA fined over computer theft of passenger data

LONDON: The UK's data privacy watchdog has fined British Airways more than £183 million after computer hackers last year stole bank details...

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