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Google upgrades Security Checkup feature with personalized suggestions for your account

  Google today is rolling out a revamped version of its longtime Security Checkup feature - a service that helps users make sure their Google accounts are safe by checking those items that could impact their accounts security. This includes connected apps, connected devices, account permissions and other things. Now, Security

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FIFA releases latest World Rankings, top six teams remain unchanged

FIFA’s latest world rankings have been released with the top six teams remain unchanged in the rankings with Germany, Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, Belgium and Poland the top six in descending order. France and Spain rose one and three places respectively to sit in seventh and eighth, while Chile (another team

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Putin does not ‘tolerate’ Sexual Harassment in Russia, Pageant Queens Say

Agency Reports   Two pageant queens in Russia are crediting President Vladimir Putin for preventing Sexual Harassment in Russia. Polina Popova and Ksenia Alexandrova, respectively the winner and runner-up of the Miss Russia 2017 competition, praised the president at a Thursday news conference, The Moscow Times reported. The duo said they haven't ever

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Liberia Presidential Polls: Liberty Party calls for halt to election results

Agency Reports   One of Liberia’s leading political parties, the Liberty Party, called for a halt in announcing the result of Tuesday’s presidential election, citing irregularities in the vote. The Party, whose candidate Charles Brumskine was considered a front-runner to take over from Nobel Peace Prize winner Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, said it would

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Israel warned the US about Kaspersky after hacking its network

Agency Reports   The US government recently prohibited federal agencies from using the company's products, and the FBI is reportedly convincing private entities to do the same. Its latest headache is linked to the NSA cyberattacks allegedly carried out by Russian hackers, who made away with official cyber defense material in 2015.

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Liberians march to poll, to choose Ellen Johnson Sirleaf successor

ANIETIE UDOBIT, Agency Reports   Liberians have lined up to choose a successor to Africa's first elected female president and Nobel Peace laureate Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Ex-football star George Weah and Vice-President Joseph Boakai are the main contenders in the race to succeed her. Liberia, founded by freed US slaves in the 19th Century,

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