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Day: July 22, 2019

Equifax to pay up to $700m to settle data breachTechnology

Equifax to pay up to $700m to settle data breach

Credit score agency Equifax has agreed to pay up to $700m (£561m) as part of a settlement with a US
Google, Intel, Micron CEOs invited to White HouseTechnology

Google, Intel, Micron CEOs invited to White House

Top White HouseOpens a New Window. economic adviser Larry Kudlow and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin are meeting with a host of CEOsOpens a
Shanghai launches Nasdaq inspired technology exchange with big gainsTechnology

Shanghai launches Nasdaq inspired technology exchange with big gains

Prices of many of the 25 tech companies listed on the STAR Market more than doubled, with one company, Anji
Turkey vows counter-measures if US imposes sanctions over S-400 deliveriesInvestigations

Turkey vows counter-measures if US imposes sanctions over S-400 deliveries

Turkey is ready to take counter-measures, if the United States imposes sanctions over the delivery of Russian-made S-400 air defense
Seven teenagers killed by landmine blast in eastern SyriaSecurity

Seven teenagers killed by landmine blast in eastern Syria

At least seven teenagers were killed when a landmine set by terrorists exploded in the town of Deblan in Syria’s
“Homeland of the Jews” partners with “Homeland of the Kurds” in the oil smuggling business Stolen Syrian oil makes for profits and commissionsInvestigations

“Homeland of the Jews” partners with “Homeland of the Kurds” in the oil smuggling business Stolen Syrian oil makes for profits and commissions

Steven Sahiounie, Middle East observer An Israeli occupation agent is in Syria buying oil from the Kurds, who are mercenaries
Russia enhances its military presence in SyriaInvestigations

Russia enhances its military presence in Syria

Yuri Veselov, military commentator The sides summed up progress on implementation of previous agreements and discussed the issues of further
Anti-Iranian sanctions: Eurasian aspect Moscow and Beijing ready to continue economic cooperation with IranInvestigations

Anti-Iranian sanctions: Eurasian aspect Moscow and Beijing ready to continue economic cooperation with Iran

Alexander Levchenko, international commentator The withdrawal of the US from the international agreement on the Iranian nuclear program and introduction