Yggdrasil Gaming – began preparations to enter the regulated online market in Italy. Yggdrasil Gaming – software developer for the live internet casinos is preparing for certification in the regulator of gambling in Italy. Programs must pass all tests, to meet the technical requirements of the market in the country. Eleven popular slots of the
The Order of Malta, the ancient Roman Catholic aristocratic lay order, has told Pope Francis that his decision to launch an investigation into the ouster of a top official over an old condom scandal is “unacceptable.” In an extraordinary rebuke of the pontiff, the group said late Friday that the replacement of its grand chancellor
Rev. Peter Mullen, General Michael Flynn has been offered the post of national security adviser in Donald Trump’s administration. Flynn is a senior intelligence officer and during the election campaign he was vociferous in his denunciation of Hillary Clinton, even leading the chants for her to be locked up. He is also a long-standing critic
Aaron Klein, Breitbart TEL AVIV – Murdered Ambassador Chris Stevens had originally planned to arrive in Benghazi with Pentagon assistance and attempted to coordinate with the Defense Department in order to be housed on a protected coalition naval vessel for a period of time. However, the Obama Administration’s “no boots on the ground” policy directly
Breitbart – by Patrick Howley Hillary Clinton posted and shared the names of concealed U.S. intelligence officials on her unprotected email system. Federal records reveal that Clinton swapped these highly classified names on an email account that was vulnerable to attack and was breached repeatedly by Russia-linked hacker attempts. These new revelations — reminiscent of
Kevin G. Hall and Marisa Taylor, mcclatchydc No politicians of note are in files but plenty of others Among them: Retirees, scammers, and tax evaders All find a use for secrecy of offshore companies The passports of at least 200 Americans show up in this week’s massive leak of secret data on secretive offshore shell companies.
One of the world’s largest cellphone companies on Friday revealed the scope of government snooping into phone networks, saying authorities in some countries are able to directly access its network without seeking permission. Vodafone outlined the details in a report that covers 29 countries in which it directly operates and gives the most comprehensive look