News Headlines - 14 October 2017

Iran attacks 9,000 email accounts in parliament | The Times & The Sunday Times

Some 9,000 email accounts, including those belonging to Theresa May and other cabinet ministers, were subjected to a sustained attack on June 23. Ninety accounts were compromised.
Russia was initially blamed but investigators have traced the attack to the Tehran regime, The Times can reveal. It is believed to be Iran’s first significant act of cyberwarfare on Britain and underlines its emergence as one of the world’s biggest cyberpowers.

EU to ban business ties with Pyongyang over nuclear tests

North Korean workers in the EU, of which Brussels estimates there are about 400 mainly in Poland, will face a lower limit on the amount for money they can send home and their work visas will not be renewed once they expire.

Scientists Find $1.8 Million Worth of Gold in Swiss Wastewater - Bloomberg

Scientists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology estimate that about 43 kilograms of gold -- worth about $1.8 million -- passes through the country’s wastewater every year... The study involving 64 water treatment plants also found about 3,000 kilograms of silver -- equivalent to about $1.7 million -- going to waste every year, much of it residue from the chemical and medical industries.

English student fell 200ft to her death at Seven Sisters clifftop while jumping up and down for a photo | The Independent

An English student plunged 200ft to her death at Seven Sisters after she hopped into the air for a photo just inches from the edge of the scenic cliffs, an inquest heard.

Hertha Berlin players 'take a knee' before match against Schalke - BBC Sport

Hertha Berlin's players and officials "took a knee" to show their support for "an open-minded world" before their 2-0 loss against Schalke on Saturday.








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