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Kazakhstan PM loses Facebook access

Nur-Sultan, Oct 17 (UNI/Sputnik) Kazakhstan’s government is talking to Facebook to bring the prime minister’s accounts back online after a cyberattack made at least three pages unavailable on Sunday.
"Official pages of Kazakhstan’s prime minister… became temporarily unavailable due to a phishing attack," Zarina Nurlanova, a government spokesperson, warned on Facebook.
She said information would be available on the government’s website and on social media, including Twitter, Instagram and VK.
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Biden says accepts Omarova's withdrawal from run for comptroller of currency

Biden says accepts Omarova's withdrawal from run for comptroller of currency

08 Dec 2021 | 8:29 AM

Washington, Dec 8 (UNI/Sputnik) President Joe Biden said he had accepted Saule Omarova's request to withdraw her candidacy from the race to be a top US banking watchdog.

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Argentina offers Russia opportunity to assemble Kamaz trucks at its facilities- Ambassador

08 Dec 2021 | 8:11 AM

Buenos Aires, Dec 8 (UNI/Sputnik) Argentina offers Russia the opportunity to assemble Kamaz products at its facilities, the Latin American country is interested in localizing production, Russian Ambassador Dmitry Feoktistov told reporters.

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France reports record daily COVID-19 count

France reports record daily COVID-19 count

08 Dec 2021 | 7:56 AM

Paris, Dec 8 (UNI/Xinhua) France has reported 59,019 more COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, a record daily count since November 2020.

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Chinese mainland reports 44 locally transmitted COVID-19 cases

Chinese mainland reports 44 locally transmitted COVID-19 cases

08 Dec 2021 | 7:47 AM

Beijing, Dec 8 (UNI/Xinhua) The Chinese mainland on Tuesday reported 44 new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases, the National Health Commission said in its daily report on Wednesday.

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Nearly half Australians living with chronic conditions: report

08 Dec 2021 | 7:41 AM

Canberra, Dec 8 (UNI/Xinhua) Almost half of Australians are living with a chronic condition, impacting their professional and social lives, a report has found.

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