The joint operation between Ukraine police, American, French, and European authorities is the latest law enforcement action against global ransomware operators.
Police said they would investigate whether Vitaly Shishov had been murdered, as Belarus opposition figures warned that the regime of Alexander Lukashenko was becoming more brazen in its crackdown on dissent.
The men using international dating websites had troubling ideas about the shortcomings of American women.
After Ukrainian authorities broke up an illegal crypto mine filled with PS4s, a new investigation suggests the consoles were doing something else.
Authorities raided a cryptocurrency mine that was allegedly stealing electricity to power 3,800 video game consoles, along with other hardware.
The UK flat out says it didn’t happen.
The hacking group has resurfaced online on its official dark web site, suggesting the arrests may not have hit it too hard.
From banned entrants to citizens being interrogated for voting for rival countries, Eurovision’s history is littered with bizarre political feuds.
Derrick Bales, a Black veteran who runs a popular military lifestyle brand, maintains he did not participate in any fighting and was at the frontlines to conduct interviews for a coffee table book.
The war in Ukraine became a magnet for white supremacists from around the world, who fought on both sides of the conflict, living out their battlefield fantasies.
The 1,500 bottles of alcohol, made using apples grown near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, were bound for the United Kingdom.