Melbourne School Boys’ ‘Sexualized’ Instagram Account Shut Down
The page created by two boys from the Brighton Grammar School carried pictures of girls, some of whom were as young as 11 or 12, without their knowledge.
Rubik’s Cube European Championship 2016: Germany’s Phillip Weyer Wins With 7.88 Seconds Average
Phillip Weyer solved a Rubik's cube puzzle in an average time of 7.88 seconds in the championship held in Prague, Czech Republic.
‘Pokemon Go’ Servers Brought Down By OurMine DDoS Attack
The hacking collective hit “Pokemon Go” login servers with a distributed denial of service attack over the weekend leaving users frustrated.
What’s In Your Poop? Scientists Have Discovered What Fecal Matter Is Made Of
A study, which focuses on fecal transplants, has determined the composition of feces hoping it would help figure out how the transplants actually work.
Boy Scout Employees Allegedly Fired For Trying To Help Injured Bald Eagle In Virginia
Jeremy and Eliana Bookbinder said they were fired from Camp Marriott in Virginia after they handed over an injured bald eagle to the wildlife center so it could receive treatment.
‘Chillest Chip Shop Owner’ Ignores Armed Robber During New Zealand Kebab Shop Robbery
“Try to be cool as much as you can,” the owner of the Egyptian Kebab House reportedly said he thought as he ignored an armed robber and calmly finished serving a customer.
NASA’s Juno Sends First Picture Of Jupiter From Gas Planet’s Orbit
The new image taken when the spacecraft was 2.7 million miles from Jupiter shows the famous Great Red Spot and three of the planet’s four largest moons — Io, Europa and Ganymede.
Walt Disney Company Reveals First Look Of ‘Star Wars’-Themed Land
A new image was unveiled on the fence along Big Thunder Trail in Frontierland, the company said in a blog post but there has been no word on when the attraction will be open to the public.
Major Earthquake Threat Detected Under Bangladesh, India And Myanmar: Study
The finding is the latest addition to the long-standing debate over whether the area, which is home to more than 140 million people, is seismically active.
Honda, Daido Steel Create Hybrid Car Motor Without Any Rare Earth Metals
The new motor with a neodymium magnet, which boasts of high heat resistance properties required for use in hybrid cars, will be installed in the latest Honda Freed hitting showrooms this fall.
IKEA To Recall Nearly 1.7M MALM Dressers In China Following Safety Concerns, Chinese Regulator Says
The move comes almost two weeks after a similar recall was announced in North America, which sparked heated discussions in China regarding its exclusion from such a deal.
Pentagon Chief Ashton Carter In Iraq To Discuss US Involvement In Retaking Mosul From ISIS
Washington will also reportedly deploy about 200 additional troops, mostly in advisory positions, to aid in the fight against ISIS.
AirAsia To Purchase At Least 100 Airbus A321neo For $12.57 Billion: Report
The purchase is likely to consist of A321neo narrow-body aircraft and is expected to be announced at the Farnborough International Airshow Tuesday, Bloomberg reported.
India’s Kashmir Violence Leaves Dozens Dead, Hundreds Injured After Killing Of Militant Burhan Wani
The killing of a separatist group commander Friday has sparked violent clashes between civilians and security officials.
South Sudan Violence Leaves Hundreds Dead, UN Calls For Peace As Fighting Continues
Fighting between two factions resumed Sunday in the capital Juba, a day after the world’s youngest nation celebrated its fifth Independence Day.
Dallas Shooting: Police Department Defends Use Of Bomb Robot To Kill Suspect Micah Johnson
The department said in a statement published Saturday that it resorted to using the bomb only after attempts to negotiate with the shooting suspect failed.
South Sudan Violence: At Least 272 Dead In Clashes As Country Marks Fifth Anniversary
Violence erupted Thursday near the presidential compound in capital Juba and continued through the week as the young country marks its fifth anniversary.
Donald Trump Considering Retired General Michael Flynn As Potential Running Mate
Sources said the campaign was vetting retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn, a registered Democrat, despite Republicans wanting Trump to pick a governor or senator.
Black Lives Matter Protests Continue, Hundreds Arrested Across US
Fresh protests have broken out across the country condemning police brutality and the officer-involved killings of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling.
NATO Allies Agree To Spend $1 Billion On Afghan Security Forces Through 2020
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg reiterated the military alliance’s commitment to stabilizing Afghanistan amid a worsening security situation.
Alton Sterling, Philando Castile Shootings: Protests Against Police Killings Turn Tense In Phoenix And Atlanta
Three protesters in Phoenix and ten in Atlanta were arrested when demonstrations against police brutality turned tense.
Brexit Update: Referendum Spurs Pro-EU Sentiment Among Member Nations
Two weeks after the U.K. voted to leave the union, calls for similar referendums seem to be losing momentum, with polls pointing to a more pro-EU atmosphere in other European countries.
Dallas Shooting Suspect Had Bomb Materials, Rifles, Ammo At Home, Officials Say
Investigators said they found bomb-making materials, rifles, ammunition and a journal of combat tactics at suspect Micah Johnson’s home on Friday.
Global Warming Behind Deadly 2003 Europe Heat Wave, Scientists Say
A study led by the University of Oxford said that human-induced climate change caused the 2003 heat wave, and led to at least 70 percent of heat-related deaths in Paris that summer.
Google Experimenting With ‘New Hope’ Post-Quantum Encryption To Safeguard Chrome
Google is testing the “New Hope” post-quantum algorithm on Chrome to prevent hacking by quantum computers that can easily crack current secure digital connections.
Hillary Clinton’s Private Email Server Investigation Reopened By US State Department
The State Department had halted its probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email sever when she was secretary of state, while waiting for the Department of Justice to complete its investigation.
Gawker Gets Approval From Court To Begin Bankruptcy Proceedings
The company won approval from a U.S. bankruptcy court judge to set in motion its plans to auction Gawker Media after it lost a $140 million lawsuit filed by professional wrestler Hulk Hogan.
Avast Software To Buy AVG Technologies For $1.3 Billion
The antivirus giant will seek to create more technically advanced personal security and privacy products with the acquisition announced Thursday.
Hepatitis-Related Deaths On The Rise, Toll Rivals AIDS, Tuberculosis And Malaria Fatalities: Report
The number of deaths caused by viral hepatitis had risen by about 63 percent, according to a report based on data collected from 183 countries between 1990 and 2013.
Huawei Files Patent Lawsuit Against Samsung, Seeks $12 Million Compensation
The Chinese company reportedly claimed that a total of 16 Samsung products had violated its patent on mobile terminal and display-related processing methods.