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Philippine financial service firm flags data breach affecting 900,000 clients

Philippine financial service firm flags data breach affecting 900,000 clients

TEHRAN, Jan 19 -Cebuana Lhuillier, a Philippine financial service provider, said on Saturday that the data of 900,000 clients had been accessed without authorization and that it had already alerted authorities to investigate the incident.
In third year, U.S. women's marches turn to 2020 elections

In third year, U.S. women's marches turn to 2020 elections

TEHRAN, Jan 19 -Two years after filling the streets of U.S. cities to protest the start of Donald Trump’s presidency, women will march again this weekend to try to build political pressure against him ahead of the 2020 elections.
Hard Brexit fear may rush the Irish buying gold

Hard Brexit fear may rush the Irish buying gold

TEHRAN, Jan 19 - Earlier this week, UK Prime Minister Theresa May's agreement on the country's withdrawal from the EU was rejected by more than two-thirds of the country's lawmakers, in what further sparked fears of a no-deal Brexit.
Athens 1st mosque to be inaugurated in March: Official

Athens 1st mosque to be inaugurated in March: Official

TEHRAN, Jan 19 - Greece gave a new date for the inauguration of the mosque in Athens.
21 killed and 71 injured as fuel pipeline blasts in Mexico

21 killed and 71 injured as fuel pipeline blasts in Mexico

TEHRAN, Jan 19 - As a pipeline ruptured and exploded in central Mexico on Friday, at least 21 people were killed and 71 were injured on, Reuters reported.
US mulls fining Facebook for user privacy violations

US mulls fining Facebook for user privacy violations

TEHRAN, Jan 19 - US regulators are contemplating the record-setting penalty because they allege the social media giant violated an agreement with the government to protect the privacy of its users' personal information, the Washington Post reported.
US Special Counsel disputes report Trump told lawyer to lie

US Special Counsel disputes report Trump told lawyer to lie

TEHRAN, Jan 19 - Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office on Friday disputed a report in BuzzFeed News that President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen said Trump directed him to lie to Congress.
Young activist dies in Saudi prison

Young activist dies in Saudi prison

TEHRAN, Jan 18 - A young activist who had been detained in a Saudi jail since March 2011 has died in prison.
Moscow: New US missile strategy will spark space arms race, urges negotiations

Moscow: New US missile strategy will spark space arms race, urges negotiations

TEHRAN, Jan 18 - Moscow has claimed that America’s newly unveiled space-based military strategy will unleash a dangerous arms race, urging Washington to settle arms treaty disputes "before it’s too late."
Bahraini court gives prison sentences to three more anti-regime activists, revokes their citizenship

Bahraini court gives prison sentences to three more anti-regime activists, revokes their citizenship

TEHRAN, Jan 18 - A court in Bahrain has handed down prison sentences to three anti-regime protesters and stripped them of their citizenship as the ruling Al Khalifah regime does not shy away from its heavy clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy activists in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
Philippine financial service firm flags data breach affecting 900,000 clients

Philippine financial service firm flags data breach affecting 900,000 clients

TEHRAN, Jan 19 -Cebuana Lhuillier, a Philippine financial service provider, said on Saturday that the data of 900,000 clients had been accessed without authorization and that it had already alerted authorities to investigate the incident.
In third year, U.S. women's marches turn to 2020 elections

In third year, U.S. women's marches turn to 2020 elections

TEHRAN, Jan 19 -Two years after filling the streets of U.S. cities to protest the start of Donald Trump’s presidency, women will march again this weekend to try to build political pressure against him ahead of the 2020 elections.
Hard Brexit fear may rush the Irish buying gold

Hard Brexit fear may rush the Irish buying gold

TEHRAN, Jan 19 - Earlier this week, UK Prime Minister Theresa May's agreement on the country's withdrawal from the EU was rejected by more than two-thirds of the country's lawmakers, in what further sparked fears of a no-deal Brexit.
Athens 1st mosque to be inaugurated in March: Official

Athens 1st mosque to be inaugurated in March: Official

TEHRAN, Jan 19 - Greece gave a new date for the inauguration of the mosque in Athens.
21 killed and 71 injured as fuel pipeline blasts in Mexico

21 killed and 71 injured as fuel pipeline blasts in Mexico

TEHRAN, Jan 19 - As a pipeline ruptured and exploded in central Mexico on Friday, at least 21 people were killed and 71 were injured on, Reuters reported.
US mulls fining Facebook for user privacy violations

US mulls fining Facebook for user privacy violations

TEHRAN, Jan 19 - US regulators are contemplating the record-setting penalty because they allege the social media giant violated an agreement with the government to protect the privacy of its users' personal information, the Washington Post reported.
US Special Counsel disputes report Trump told lawyer to lie

US Special Counsel disputes report Trump told lawyer to lie

TEHRAN, Jan 19 - Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office on Friday disputed a report in BuzzFeed News that President Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen said Trump directed him to lie to Congress.
Young activist dies in Saudi prison

Young activist dies in Saudi prison

TEHRAN, Jan 18 - A young activist who had been detained in a Saudi jail since March 2011 has died in prison.
Moscow: New US missile strategy will spark space arms race, urges negotiations

Moscow: New US missile strategy will spark space arms race, urges negotiations

TEHRAN, Jan 18 - Moscow has claimed that America’s newly unveiled space-based military strategy will unleash a dangerous arms race, urging Washington to settle arms treaty disputes "before it’s too late."
Bahraini court gives prison sentences to three more anti-regime activists, revokes their citizenship

Bahraini court gives prison sentences to three more anti-regime activists, revokes their citizenship

TEHRAN, Jan 18 - A court in Bahrain has handed down prison sentences to three anti-regime protesters and stripped them of their citizenship as the ruling Al Khalifah regime does not shy away from its heavy clampdown on political dissidents and pro-democracy activists in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.