Saturday, April 22, 2017

Russian MP's Son Jailed In US For $US170 million Credit Card Hacking in US

The son of a Russian MP has been jailed for 27 years in the US after being convicted of a cyber assault on thousands of US businesses, marking America's the longest-ever hacking-related sentence.

Roman Seleznev, 32, was found guilty by a Seattle jury in 2016 of perpetrating a scheme that prosecutors said involved hacking into point-of-sale computers to steal credit card numbers and caused $US170 million in losses to US firms.

President Donald Trump Assures Young Immigrants In America Not to Panic About Deportation!

Young immigrants brought to the US as children and in the country illegally can "rest easy", President Donald Trump says, telling the "dreamers" they will not be targets for deportation under his immigration policies.

Trump, in an interview with the Associated Press, said on Friday his administration was "not after the dreamers, we are after the criminals".

Friday, April 21, 2017

US President Donald Trump To Start Building US - Mexico Border Wall This Summer?

Work on the border wall between Mexico and the US could begin this northern summer, US Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says.

"I think by late spring, early summer, we'll have some prototypes," and then we'll be able to move forward by - into the summer," Kelly said on Thursday in a video clip posted on Twitter by Fox News.

Queen Elizabeth is 91 Years Today: Happy Birthday Her Majesty!

The Queen will celebrate her 91st birthday privately.

After her 90th birthday last year, which saw national festivities held in her honour, her birthday on Friday will be subdued.

But royal gun salutes will still echo across the capital later, fired by the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery and the Honourable Artillery Company.

US State of Arkansas Executes Death Row Prisoner: 2 More Inmates to Be Executed!

The state of Arkansas has executed an inmate for the first time in nearly a dozen years as part of its plan to execute several inmates before a drug expires April 30, despite court rulings that have already spared three men.

Ledell Lee was pronounced dead at 11:56pm on Thursday.

Friday, April 14, 2017

8-year-old Boy Drives His 4-year-old Sister to McDonald’s After Watching Youtube Video!

An 8-year-old Ohio boy drove the family van to McDonald’s, with his 4-year-old sister riding shotgun, because the kids had an overwhelming desire for some cheeseburgers, police said.

The child maintained the speed limit and executed a perfect left turn into the drive-thru lane, where he came to a stop at the window and placed his order.

American Teenager Wrongly Sentenced For Killing His Girlfriend Finally Released After 27 Years in Jail!

The key witness in a murder that sent a teenage boy to prison for 27 years has recanted and accused authorities of coercing her testimony.

The stunning declaration led a judge to set bail in the case, drawing a gasp from the packed courtroom and sending the defendant's wife to her knees.

Tony Sanborn, who was convicted of killing his girlfriend, 16-year-old Jessica Briggs, dropped his head into his hands in apparent disbelief after Hope Cady testified that as a 13-year-old she was pressured by police and prosecutors into identifying Sanborn as the killer.

Train Shooting in Atlanta US Leaves 1 Dead & Injuring Other Passengers

A man has opened fire aboard a moving Atlanta metro train, killing one man and wounding three other passengers before the suspected gunman was arrested at the next station.

The gunfire erupted aboard a Blue Line train about 4.30pm local time on Thursday shortly after it left a station on the city's west side, Joseph Dorsey, deputy chief of the MARTA police, said at a news conference. MARTA is the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority.

Americans Sue Saudi Arabia for $4.2 Billion Over 9/11 Terrorist Attack

More than two dozen US insurers affiliated with Travelers Cos have sued two Saudi banks, companies affiliated with Osama bin Laden's family, and several charities for at least US $4.2 billion ($5.5b) over the September 11 attacks.

The lawsuit filed late on Wednesday night in the US District Court in Manhattan is the latest effort to hold entities in Saudi Arabia liable for the attacks.

Thursday, April 13, 2017

World War III: See The Heavy Military Arms US is Sending to North Korea [PHOTOS]

The tension is getting high as US sends a well loaded naval aircraft carrier to North Korea ahead of North Korea's nuclear weapon test. China is already preaching peace to avert any future military clash that may escalate into a third world war that the whole world is scared of.

See some archive pictures below:

Protest Going On in South Africa For President Jacob Zuma to Resign As President!

More than 30,000 people have marched in Pretoria calling on South African President Jacob Zuma to quit, keeping up pressure on the leader over his handling of the struggling economy.

The protesters marched through the city and held a rally at a field outside the Union Buildings, the site of Zuma's offices.

EFCC Recovers Another $43.4 million, £27,800 and N23.2 million Looted By A Nigerian Politician in Ikoyi! [PHOTOS]

As reported by cambellsblog, The whistle blowing policy of the Federal Government is paying off positively as the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission today stormed a residential building in the 7th Floor of a four - bedroom apartment at Osborne Towers located at 16, Osborne road Ikoyi, Lagos, where a humongous find of foreign currencies and Naira notes to the tune of $43.4m, £27,800 and N23.2m was uncovered.

Friday, April 7, 2017

Armed Robbers Blow Up Bank Bullion Van Loaded With Cash In South Africa! [PHOTOS + VIDEO)

South African police are hunting for a gang of armed robbers who blew up an armored cash-in-transit truck in busy traffic in Johannesburg, escaping with an undisclosed amount of money

The robbers, traveling in a BMW and a Mercedes-Benz, shot out the tires of the armored truck as it was traveling toward Johannesburg’s international airport, according to police.

At Least 30,000 People Are Missing in Mexico By The End of 2016

The number of people in Mexico disappearing under suspicious circumstances, often related to drug violence, rose to 30,000 by the end of 2016, the National Human Rights Commission said Thursday.

At the start of 2013, shortly after President Enrique Pena Nieto took office, the Mexican government reported there were 26,000 so-called "disappeared" people.

US Fires Missiles at Assad's Syria Airbase

The US has fired dozens of cruise missiles at a Syrian airbase from which it said a deadly chemical weapons attack was launched this week, an escalation of the US military role in Syria that swiftly drew sharp criticism from Russia.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

K-Pop Group Undergoes $90,000 of Plastic Surgery for Music Video

Rounder eyes, narrower faces, bigger breasts: a South Korean girlband is celebrating the country's obsession with surgically-enhanced beauty by going under the knife to praise the virtues of "Becoming Pretty".

All four members of obscure K-pop outfit SixBomb went through extensive plastic surgery, from nose jobs to breast implants, before releasing their new single on Thursday.

Paris Airport Terror Attack Today: Airport Evacuated & Man Shot After Stealing Soldier’s Gun

A CHILLING text sent by a gunman who fired at police before being shot dead after snatching a female soldier’s weapon at Paris Orly Airport has emerged.

The suspect, named as Zied B, text his dad saying “I did a bulls***, I shot at the police” before he wrestled a soldier deployed to stop terrorists at Paris’ second biggest airport at about 8.30am local time (6.30pm AEDT).

New Zealand Expells US Diplomat Amid Police Inquiry!

A US diplomat has been expelled from New Zealand after the embassy refused to waive his immunity during a police investigation.

The staffer was allegedly involved in an incident on 12 March, but police were unable to question him after the embassy declined their request.

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Samsung CEO Go On Trial For Bribery and Corruption!

Samsung's de facto head Lee Jae-Yong has gone on trial in South Korea on charges of bribery.

The case is linked to a massive scandal that led to the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye.

Mr Lee is accused of giving donations to non-profit foundations operated by Choi Soon-sil, a friend of Ms Park, in exchange for government favours.

Mr Lee, the Samsung group and four other Samsung executives who are also on trial all deny wrongdoing.

'The Hindu-Muslim Divide is Worse Here Now' - Says BBC

Voting has ended in key state elections being seen as a major test for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

One of the states that voted is Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous and politically influential. Mr Modi’s BJP party is making a strong push to win the state against an opposition determined to check his growing power.