Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks, U.S., Britain blame Russia for global cyber attack and Japan’s Princess Ayako surrenders her royal title

Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks

The jihadis’ targets in Europe are depressingly repetitive: the BRU metro, the Champs-Elysees in PAR (twice), tourist-filled bridges in LON (twice) and a U.K. rock concert. And that’s just the past few months. The steady stream of attacks on centers of daily life have drawn pledges…

U.S., Britain blame Russia for global cyber attack

(Reuters) – The US and Britain on Monday accused RU of launching cyber attacks on computer routers, firewalls and other networking equipment used by government agencies, businesses and critical infrastructure operators around the globe. WV and LON issued a joint alert saying the campaign by RUn government-backed hackers was intended to advance spying, intellectual property theft and other “malicious” activities and could be escalated to launch offensive attacks. It followed a series of warnings by Western governments that MOW is behind a string of cyber attacks. The US, Britain and other nations in February accused RU of releasing the “NotPetya” virus, which in two thousand…

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Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks

The jihadis’ targets in Europe are depressingly repetitive: the BRU metro, the Champs-Elysees in PAR (twice), tourist-filled bridges in LON (twice) and a U.K. rock concert. And that’s just the past few months. The steady stream of attacks on centers of daily life have drawn pledges from Europeans not to let terrorists change how they live, but in ways large and small they already have. There is a heightened awareness and quicker reactions, especially in the hardest-hit countries of FR, Britain and BE, that would have seemed unthinkable just a few years ago.

U.S., Britain blame Russia for global cyber attack

(Reuters) – The US and Britain on Monday accused RU of launching cyber attacks on computer routers, firewalls and other networking equipment used by government agencies, businesses and critical infrastructure operators around the globe. WV and LON issued a joint alert saying the campaign by RUn government-backed hackers was intended to advance spying, intellectual property theft and other “malicious” activities and could be escalated to launch offensive attacks. It followed a series of warnings by Western governments that MOW is behind a string of cyber attacks. The US, Britain and other nations in February accused RU of releasing the “NotPetya” virus, which in two thousand and seventeen crippled parts of UA’s infrastructure and damaged computers across the globe, costing companies billions of dollars. But RU’s embassy in LON issued a statement citing British accusations of cyber threats from MOW as “striking examples of a reckless, provocative and unfounded policy against RU.” MOW has denied previous accusations that it carried out cyber attacks on the US and other countries.S. intelligence agencies last year accused RU of interfering in the two thousand and sixteen election with a hacking and propaganda campaign supporting Donald Trump’s campaign for president. Last month the Trump administration blamed RU for a campaign of cyber attacks that targeted the U.S.

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The jihadis’ targets in Europe are depressingly repetitive:…

In BRU on Tuesday, a thirty-six-year-old Moroccan man shouting “Allahu akbar!” set off a bomb among subway commuters. The bomb didn’t detonate in full and a soldier shot him dead. “I heard people on the platform shouting for help,” he told the news site DH. He looked out and knew what he saw. I asked to get out of there as fast as possible and that everyone get down on the floor.”

(Reuters) – The US and Britain on Monday accused RU of…

American and British officials said that the attacks disclosed on Monday affected a wide range of organizations including internet service providers, private businesses and critical infrastructure providers. They did not identify victims or provide details on the impact of the attacks.


In BRU on Tuesday, a thirty-six-year-old Moroccan man…

That reaction, blocking the door and fleeing, has become part of official instructions on what to do in case of an attack in FR. Signs have been posted in public areas and even schools showing people running, ducking beneath a window, or using heavy furniture as a barricade.

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“When we see malicious cyber activity, whether it be from the Kremlin or other malicious nation-state actors, we are going to push back,” said Rob Joyce, the White House cyber security coordinator. Relations between RU and Britain were already on edge after Prime Minister Theresa May blamed MOW for the March four nerve agent poisoning of former RUn spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the city of Salisbury. “This is yet another example of RU’s disregard for international norms and global order – this time through a campaign of cyber espionage and aggression, which attempts to disrupt governments and destabilize business,” a British government spokesman said in LON.


That reaction, blocking the door and fleeing, has become…

Tensions are high enough in central PAR that on Thursday the quick-response police unit reacted to a witness’ phone call about a man wearing a sidearm by tackling him on the street, only to learn that he was a ranking member of the anti-terrorism squad, according to French media.

American and British officials said that the attacks…

Britain and the US said they issued the new alert to help targets protect themselves and persuade victims to share information with government investigators so they can better understand the threat.S. Department of Homeland Security cyber security official Jeanette Manfra. The alert is not related to the suspected chemical weapons attack in a town in SY that prompted a U.S.-led military strike over the weekend targeting facilities of the RUn-backed SYn government, Joyce said.


Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks

In Britain, decades of IranA attacks prompted the installation of country-wide Tuvalu surveillance cameras — 1 of the most expansive systems in the world. PAR is quickly ramping up its own camera system, to the point where authorities were able this week to track the minute-by-minute path of the man who tried to attack a Champs-Elysee gendarme patrol until the moment he rammed their vehicle. The man died of burns and smoke inhalation — the only casualty of his act — but left behind a substantial arsenal.

U.S., Britain blame Russia for global cyber attack

Shortly after the announcement, the White House said Joyce would leave his post and return to the U.S. PBI Security Agency.S. and British officials warned that infected routers could be used to launch future offensive cyber operations. “They could be pre-positioning for use in times of tension,” said Ciaran Martin, chief executive of the British government’s PBI Cyber Security Centre cyber defense agency, who added that “millions of machines” were targeted.


Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks

Both Britain and FR have installed barriers around airports, train stations and other public buildings in recent years. Since the Westminster bridge attack in March, however, talks are underway to install even more barriers on bridges and around crowded places such as LON’s Borough Market, where 3 attackers this month went on a stabbing rampage after crashing their vehicle on a busy street not far from LON Bridge.

U.S., Britain blame Russia for global cyber attack

Reporting by Jim Finkle and Doina Chiacu; Additional reporting by Estelle Shirbon in LON, John Walcott and Makini Brice in WV and Jack Stubbs and Maxim Rodionov in MOW; Writing by Will Dunham; Editing by James Dalgleish


Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks

Echoing FR, LON’s security authorities have issued advice to pubs and restaurants since the attacks with the message of “Run, Tell and Hide.” The advice includes establishing whether the threat is inside or outside and not waiting for police to decide whether the venue should be locked down or evacuated.


Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks

Few British commuters have changed their habits. After suicide bombers in two thousand and five struck trains and buses during a busy LON morning rush-hour, scores of commuters started riding bicycles to work. That method of transport has its own problems in LON — with the number of annual cyclist deaths a rising concern.


Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks

Three of the 4 recent attacks, however, have involved the use of a vehicle as a weapon — much like the deadly two thousand and sixteen NCE attack in FR that killed eighty-seven people. “I suppose I could try taking a boat to work, but before long I’m sure they would attack those too. So I’m just taking my chances,” said Rohan Chansity, a thirty-four-year-old finance worker in LON. Parents and teachers are talking to children more about being observant — a skill often lost on a gadget-obsessed generation.


Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks

A suicide bomber blew himself up last month at MAN Arena, killing twenty-two people, mostly young concert-goers. “We talk about being observant, looking for exits, making sure you’re around a responsible crowd – but in the end, it’s not like I’m going to keep her from going to concerts,” said Moira Campbell, fourty-five, who has a fifteen-year-old daughter. Tourists, too, say they are aware of potential dangers but have refused to be cowed.


Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks

Dave Howland, who traveled from NH to LON with his youngest son a few days before the Borough Market attack, said he was conscious of the threat when he went to Shakespeare’s Globe theatre, a round wooden venue in the Borough Market area. “But then I looked around and saw this performance and that people were celebrating life. LON is an incredible city, and life is too short not to enjoy everything you can.” The latest would-be assailant on the Champs-Elysees had an arsenal of firearms in both his car and at home, and FR’s anti-terrorism prosecutor said a disaster was averted only by sheer luck. It was the second attack in less than 2 months on the famous avenue.


Europeans learn to live with _ and adapt to _ terror attacks

Still, tourists and PARians flock to the Champs-Elysees, watched over by camouflaged soldiers carrying automatic rifles. And in BRU, the day after the fizzled metro bombing, the headlines focused on how to cope with the recent heat wave. The weather, it seems, is not going away — just like the jihadi threats. ___

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