German police shut down major darknet site

Berlin May 4 German police have shut down one of the world”s largest illegal online markets in the so-called darkweb and arrested the three men allegedly running it, prosecutors said Friday. The “Wall Street Market” (WSM) site enabled trade in cocaine, heroin, cannabis and amphetamines as well as stolen data, fake documents and malicious software.
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Montreal May 4 The number of people in Canada using pot for the first time has nearly doubled since the drug was legalized in October, a government study says. The National Cannabis Survey, which covered the first quarter of this year and was released Thursday, found that 18 percent of Canadians aged 15 or older
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Washington May 4 The United States said Friday it would start imposing sanctions over Iranian exports of enriched uranium allowed under a nuclear deal rejected by President Donald Trump, even as it granted waivers to allow the accord to survive. The move comes amid growing Iranian frustration with the nuclear deal, with which UN inspectors
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Jacksonville May 4 Officials say a charter plane travelling from Cuba to north Florida ended up in a river at the end of a runway. A Naval Air Station Jacksonville news release says a Boeing 737 arriving from Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, crashed into the St Johns River Friday night. The Jacksonville Sheriff”s Office
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Seoul May 4 North Korea launched unidentified projectiles into the sea Saturday, the South Korean military said, in what could be Pyongyang”s first short-range missile launch for more than a year as it seeks to up pressure on Washington with nuclear talks deadlocked. The United States and North Korea have been at loggerheads since the
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Noida May 4 A bus ferrying over 40 female employees of a private company overturned here Saturday morning after it was hit by a speeding truck, resulting in injuries to several passengers, police said. The incident took place around 6 a.m. at a roundabout in Sector 93 here, under Phase 2 police station limits, an
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Bangkok, May 3: Just days before his official coronation, Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn on Wednesday married the deputy head of his personal guard force and gave her the title Queen Suthida. The surprise announcement was carried in the Royal Gazette, and footage from Wednesday’s wedding ceremony was later shown on the nightly Royal News segment
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Stockholm May 3 Scandinavian airline SAS said Thursday it has reached an agreement with the pilots” union to end a week-long strike that has seen over 4,000 flights cancelled and left more than 380,000 passengers stranded. “I”m relieved to inform our customers and employees that we can now put this conflict behind us,” SAS chief
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Colombo May 3 An India-based photo journalist, who was in Sri Lanka to cover the aftermath of Easter Sunday bombings, was arrested by Sri Lankan police for alleged unauthorised entry into a school. Siddiqui Ahamad Danish, who works for Reuters news agency and is based in New Delhi, was arrested when he allegedly attempted to
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Vienna May 3 Two diners in Austria bit off more than they could chew when they dared to complain about a mix-up in their food order and were compelled to run for safety from the enraged restaurant owner, police said Thursday. Police in Upper Austria said they were called to a restaurant in Bad Schallerbach,
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