News Headlines - 02 January 2017

Vermont Utility Finds Malware Code Attributed to Russians - WSJ

The Burlington Electric Department said the discovery came after utilities were alerted by the Department of Homeland Security on Thursday night to a code used in the alleged Russian hacking campaign U.S. authorities have dubbed Grizzly Steppe.

Istanbul: ISIL claims responsibility for Reina attack | Al Jazeera

ISIL has claimed responsibility for the attack on a nightclub in Istanbul that killed 39 people on New Year's Eve.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) group released on Monday a statement claiming responsibility for the raid.

World's highest bridge opens in Southwest China - CCTV.com English

Guizhou province in southwest China is already home to seven of the 10 highest bridges in the country. And the Beipanjiang Bidge, now the world’s highest, has just opened to traffic. Clearly with a good head for heights, CCTV's Liu Yang visited this latest example of how Chinese engineering now ranks among the best in the world.

Rare 'golden ticket' £5 note found in Christmas card

A rare U.K. £5 note thought to be worth tens of thousands times more than its face value has been found in a Christmas card... The notes were released secretly around the U.K. in early December. Huggins-Haig said that they were spent in local businesses.

Scientists in Germany, Peru and Taiwan to lose access to Elsevier journals : Nature News & Comment

Thousands of scientists in Germany, Peru and Taiwan are preparing for a new year without online access to journals from the Dutch publishing giant Elsevier. Contract negotiations in both Germany and Taiwan broke down in December, while Peru’s government has cut off funding for a licence.








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