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Microsoft Catches Hackers From Russia, China, North Korea, Iran Using OpenAI Tools to Improve Their Cyberattacks

Microsoft revealed on Wednesday that state-backed hackers from Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran have been using tools provided by its partner OpenAI to enhance their hacking techniques and deceive their targets.

Houthi Rebels Fired at 2 Commercial Ships in Red Sea Days After US, UK Hit Dozens of Houthi Targets in Yemen

The Iranian-backed Houthi rebels fired missiles at two commercial vessels in the Red Sea on Tuesday, the first attacks since the US and UK launched strikes against dozens of Houthi targets in Yemen ov..

McDonald’s, Starbucks Experience Sales Decline as Israel-Hamas Conflict Drags On

McDonald's and Starbucks blamed the Israel-Hamas conflict for a sales drop in 2023...

Joe Biden Issues Order Imposing Sanctions on Israeli Settlers Who Attack Palestinians in West Bank

President Joe Biden has issued an executive order targeting Israeli settlers who attack Palestinians in the West Bank...

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Saudi Arabia Makes Rare Move to Open its First Liquor Store in Over 70 Years Amid Liberalization Drive
Saudi Arabia has opened its first liquor store in over 70 years, marking a significant departure from its conservative traditions.
US Designates Houthis as Terrorists, Launches Fresh Strikes in Yemen After Rebels Hit Another US-Operated Ship
The US has put Houthi rebels back on a list of terrorist organizations following the Yemen-based group's attack on another US-operated vessel in the Red Sea region.
US Launches Additional Strikes Against Houthis in Yemen as Rebels Hit Greek Ship With Missile in Red Sea
The US military launched new strikes in Yemen on Tuesday, targeting anti-ship ballistic missiles in a part of the country controlled by Houthi rebels.
Oil Prices Surge After US, Britain Strike Back at Houthi Rebels in Yemen
Oil prices jumped 2% on Friday as the United States (US) and Britain launched air and sea strikes in Yemen against the Houthi militants.
Shipping Giants Maersk, Hapag-Lloyd Begin Rerouting Ships to Avoid Red Sea as Houthi Attacks Increase
Following a series of attacks on ships in the Red Sea by Iranian-backed Houthi militants, shipping giants Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd have rerouted their vessels, opting for the longer Cape of Good Hope ro
Oil Giant BP Pauses All Tanker Transits Through Red Sea Due to Houthi Attack Fears
Oil giant British Petroleum (BP) has temporarily halted all its tanker transits via the Red Sea after attacks on ships by Iranian-backed Houthi militants based in Yemen escalated.
Shipping Giants Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd Suspend Red Sea Travel After Houthi Rebel Attacks
Shipping giants Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd have temporarily suspended their container ship travel through the Red Sea and the Bab el-Mandeb Strait in the Middle East, citing security risks.
Biden Under Scrutiny for Supplying Tank Shells to Israel Without Congress' Approval
The Biden administration is facing heightened scrutiny for supplying tank shells to Israel without obtaining congressional approval.
Trading on Terror? Israel Investigates Claims Some Traders Knew Hamas' Attack Plan and Profited off It
Authorities in Israel are currently investigating unusual trading activities that occurred just days before the October 7 Hamas attack.
Israel-Hamas War Leaves Airlines Struggling With Major Slow Down in Bookings
Airlines are grappling with a significant decline in bookings following the conflict between Israel and Hamas as people cancel trips to the Middle East and nearby countries.
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