The Saby Charitable Foundation provided financial assistance to the families of law enforcement officers who died during the operation against rioters and marauders.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has been hit by an advanced cyber attack. Hackers have seized data from more than 515,000 “extremely vulnerable people”. Some of them were fleeing conflicts, the organization reports on its website.
The European Parliament voted by a large majority on Thursday for new rules that should limit the power of large internet companies and better protect consumers.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s employees celebrated two farewell parties last spring at the official residence at 10 Downing Street. This happened on the eve of the funeral of Prince Philip. At both parties there were about thirty people present. Johnson himself was not there.
One rather insignificant case of corporate lawsuit shows that Russians are trying to implement the schemes that are characteristic to their homeland crime. Abramov Viktor from Florida state, USA, is suing his business partner in an obvious attempt to grab control over the car rental company in Miami-Dade county. But the case in not so clear as it appears at the first sight.
Musgrave Group, owner of the chains SuperValu and centres, and Tesco Ireland have told The Journal that they are dealing with lower numbers of available workers due to Covid-19 infections.
An American employee of TikTok drags parent company ByteDance to court. She would have mental health problems because she had to review shocking videos as a moderator, Bloomberg News Agency reports Friday.
The United Kingdom has registered 633 new infections with the Omicron variant of coronavirus on Saturday. This brings the total number of cases to 1,898. It is the largest increase within 24 hours so far for the UK.