Russia Reportedly Jammed GPS of Over 46,000 Aircraft, Disrupting Flights to and From Europe

Suspected Russian jamming of GPS systems has disrupted thousands of flights over the Baltic Sea, affecting over 46,000 aircraft, prompting safety concerns among airlines like Ryanair, Wizz Air, British Airways, and easyJet.

Russia Sentences Meta Platforms Spokesperson Andy Stone to 6 Years in Prison for Publicly Defending 'Terrorism'

In a ruling delivered in absentia, a military court in Russia has sentenced Andy Stone, a spokesperson for Meta Platforms, to six years in prison...

Malaysia Sets Eyes on Transforming Kuala Lumpur Into Leading Digital Hub in Southeast Asia

Malaysia aims to make Kuala Lumpur a Southeast Asian digital powerhouse by 2030 by ranking it among the top 20 startup ecosystems...

Prominent Businessman in Pakistan Found Dead After Cousin Sprayed Bullets Outside His Home

A prominent businessman in Pakistan was allegedly shot dead by his cousin outside his house in the early hours of Sunday...

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