Daily Archives: August 18, 2018

Ondot’s Mobile Card Controls Provide Protection to Thousands of Banks from ATM Heist Threat

-Card controls counter threat of FBI’s warning on unlimited ATM cash out crime –

Santa Clara, Calif., Aug. 17, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — US mainstream media is reporting on a FBI warning to banks of an impending cybercrime wave targeting ATMs in which thieves seek to steal millions of dollars by using cloned cards for fraudulent withdrawals.

Turkish high court rejects appeal for US pastor Brunson’s release

A Turkish court has rejected an appeal to release Andrew Brunson , a US pastor at the centre of a dispute between Ankara and Washington.

A high court in Izmir said on Friday Brunson would stay under house arrest, upholding a decision taken by a lower court earlier this week.…

ASIAD Games kicks off in Indonesia

The 18th Asian Games will begin on Saturday with a grand-scale opening ceremony taking place at Jakarta’s Gelora Bung Karno Stadium.

The 3-hour opening ceremony will start at 7 p.m involving 4,000 dancers, 18 singers, and hundred Indonesian musicians.…

Localities overcome consequences of heavy rains, floods

Heavy rains and massive floods have caused sizable damage to many northern and central provinces.

Torrential rains in Thanh Hoa over the past several days have caused landslides and blocked main roads in mountain areas.…

Deputy Prime Minister attends Moc Hoa victory’s 70th anniversary

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh on Saturday attended a ceremony to mark the 70th anniversary of Moc Hoa victory in Long An province.

He said Viet Bac victory in 1947, border battle in 1950, and Moc Hoa victory in 1948 generated a great momentum for Vietnamese soldiers and civilians to win further victories in the struggle for national independence toward national reunification in 1975.…

Russia, China promise to keep their commitment to Iran nuclear deal

Russia and China have reiterated that they will continue their commitment to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and will maintain their cooperation and relations with Iran in the face of new US sanctions.…

US to end fund on Syria stabilization initiative

The US State Department on Friday said that the fund of some 230 million US dollars targeted to support the stabilization initiative in Syria would be withdrawn.

In a statement, State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert said that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has authorized the Department of State to “redirect approximately 230 million USD in stabilization funds for Syria which have been under review.” She explained that the fund could be offset by the approximately 300 million U.S.…