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Government: The data attack on the Norwegian parliament’s email system was carried out from China

Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreide (H) called in China’s ambassador to a meeting in relation to the data attack on the Norwegian parliament’s (Storting) email systems that took place in March.

“This is a serious incident that affected our most important democratic institution. 

“After a thorough review of our intelligence information, it is our assessment that the very serious data breach against the Storting was carried out from China,” Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreide stated in a press release.

“Several of our allies, the EU and Microsoft, have also confirmed this. Chinese authorities must prevent such attacks from taking place. We expect China to take the matter very seriously so that similar incidents do not happen again,” Søreide warned.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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Elvis Presley: Long-lost ambulance that carried The King’s body to hospital found – WATCH

Terry was photographed standing on top of the lefthand side of Graceland’s gates, overlooking everyone.

Having purchased the Elvis ambulance at some point later, the vehicle has rested on his property for years, hidden by greenery.

The historic vehicle was discovered there with permission, by Elvis expert Billy Stallings Spa Guy, who has been searching for it for years.

The YouTuber filmed the moment he found the ambulance on August 16, 2018, exactly 41 years to the day that it transported The King’s body from Graceland, having decided to keep it a secret until now.

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‘How big is this problem?’ UK doping chiefs face new scandal after shock investigation finds Team GB stars ‘carried out own tests’

A major newspaper investigation in the UK has found that a pair of athletes, whose accolades include being part of Team GB at the 2012 Olympic Games, were allowed to arrange their own lab analysis following positive drug tests.

2012 European champion hurdler Rhys Williams and Gareth Warburton, a multiple medalist at middle distance, were both found to have breached doping laws in 2014 when the black market steroid Dienedione showed up in their systems.

Later, however, they were permitted to arrange private testing of the supplements they protested had been contaminated, with the subsequent findings showing that they were “clean and contamination-free at source.”

According to a wide-ranging Mail on Sunday report, UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) allowed supplement salesman Darren Foote to have the products tested in a lab recommended by them without any oversight from the authority.

That testing, in September 2014, showed signs of contamination – but the report has revealed that the firm who manufactured the range had carried out later tests, showing that the batch the case centered on was not contaminated when it left their production base.

The news has rocked British athletics and put UKAD under even more pressure, following a story last week that the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has launched a probe into British Cycling being allowed to conduct their own drugs investigation in an unauthorized lab, including private urine testing.

Luis Horta, an ex-WADA lab boss, was particularly critical of the scandal. “In my opinion, the evidence is only valid if the chain of custody of the supplements is established,” he said. “It is crucial and can be perverted.

“If one person is in charge of the production or sale or the commercialization of the nutritional product, that’s not the right person to request the analysis of the products or send the products to the laboratory because he has a conflict of interest in the case.”

When asked by the Mail whether a re-investigation would be opened due to the findings, a UKAD spokesman said: “Whenever anyone has evidence that could be of interest about a potential anti-doping rule violation, then UKAD would always encourage them to provide that to us.”

Many readers took to social media to question the body’s conduct. “Again, a great doping story by [the Mail],” remarked one.

“Question: How big is this problem? There are numerous cases in which athletes have successfully argued with contamination of legal products.

“Can the chain of evidence always be manipulated so easily by athletes? What control do national anti-doping authorities exercise?”

“UKAD are awesome,” quipped another sarcastically. “Dope with impunity and if you get caught, blame the cereal you had for breakfast.”

This latest egg on the face of the authority and British sports follows the shocking expose of cycling’s ‘dodgy doctor’ Richard Freeman.
Also on rt.com Sanctimonious UK has its own dodgy doctor & full-blown doping row – let’s see if quest for the truth is as loud as with Russia


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