Apple has released a new warning to millions of iPhone users

Apple admitted that the settings of millions of iPhones are misleading users regarding the use of location data, and promised to fix it. About it writes Forbes. This decision follows a study published by security specialist Brian Krebs, which shows that the new line ...

'Exceptional case': doctors revived a frozen tourist after an 6-hour heart failure

Doctors resuscitated a 34-year-old British woman whose heart stopped for six and a half hours as a result of hypothermia. The incident with Audrey Mash and her husband in the Catalan Pyrenees happened back on November 3, but doctors from the Vall d'Hebron clinic in Barcelona spoke of “an exceptional ...

Without water and toilet: hundreds of passengers stuck aboard a cruise ship

The Cruise and Maritime Voyages Vasco da Gama cruise ship carrying 828 passengers was stuck off the coast of Australia due to engine failure. It is reported by Lenta.Ru. The ship departed from Britain and made stops in Portugal, Barbados, Mexico and New Zealand, ...

A month worked: a woman was sentenced to 2 years in prison for lying in a resume

The court sentenced an 45-year-old Australian to 25 months in prison for lying in her CV to get government work with a salary of 185 000 dollars a year. Veronica Hilda Terio has been accused of document fraud and abuse ...

'Action will be taken': NATO countries call Russia a threat to Euro-Atlantic security

Russia's aggressive actions pose a threat to Euro-Atlantic security. This is stated in a statement following the summit of NATO countries. It takes place in London and is dedicated to the 70 anniversary of the military alliance. In addition, the main threats in the document, in particular, are called terrorism, hybrid and ...

North Korea warned that it is preparing a 'Christmas present' for the United States

The North Korean Foreign Ministry has warned that Washington will receive a "Christmas present" from Pyongyang. This statement was made by the First Deputy Foreign Minister of the DPRK Ri Tae Song, who accused the United States of dragging out negotiations on denuclearization and of using these negotiations by American politicians ...

US Congress adopts resolution against Russia's return to G7

The House of Representatives of the US Congress adopted a resolution which urged not to return Russia to the G339, in particular because of the occupation of Crimea and the war in Donbass. 71 congressmen voted in support of the document, XNUMX were against.

UN: this decade will be the hottest climate observation ever

Scientists have little doubt that the average temperature in the world during the period from 2010 to 2019 will become the highest for the entire time of observation. About this writes the BBC. According to preliminary data published by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) at the climate summit in Madrid, ...

Saw from a puddle and ate cookies: how a woman survived 12 days in the desert

The woman who was rescued after 12 days in the remote inland areas of Australia survived on cookies and groundwater. About this writes the BBC. Tamra Macbit-Riley, along with two satellites, were trapped when their car got stuck in a riverbed. The group split up ...

Auschwitz at the Christmas tree: Amazon sold Christmas toys with a picture of a concentration camp

After criticizing the Polish Museum, Amazon, an American e-commerce giant Amazon, removed Christmas decorations from the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz from sale. About this writes the BBC. On Christmas tree decorations, computer mouse mats and bottle openers were images from Auschwitz, including photographs of the railway ...

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