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Twitter CEO's hacked account sends racist tweets before being secured
The account of Twitter Inc. Chief Executive Jack Dorsey was hacked on Friday afternoon, sending public tweets and retweets including racial slurs and curse words to four million followers before Twitter secured the account.
Cigarettes account for half of all litter in Ireland, report finds
Cigarettes make up nearly 55 percent of all litter in Ireland, according to a report from the state’s litter monitoring body.
Britons without bank account 'pay £485 poverty premium'
Britons who do not have a bank account face paying up to £485 extra each year for bills and basic services, according to a report.
UK slams Putin’s account on suspected agents in poisoning case
The British government has slammed Russia’s most recent clarifications on a spy poisoning case that has caused bilateral relations to sink to historic lows, saying Moscow has responded with nothing but “lies” to requests for more investigation into the issue.
Climate models fail to account for CO₂'s impact on life
Increasingly, climate scientists are calling for climate models to focus more on CO₂ levels and less on temperature.
CBI opens accounts in six more foreign banks
The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has in recent months opened accounts in banks in Oman, Russia, Austria, Qatar and Switzerland as well as the Frankfurt branch of Sepah Bank of Iran.
Ear problems account for 80% of dizziness cases
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Mike Pence accused of 'staggering hypocrisy' over private email account
US Vice President Mike Pence has defended his use of a personal email account to conduct state business while he was Indiana's governor.
China holds officials to account for sloppy environmental efforts
China has called more than 1,500 government officials to account for recent major environmental problems across three provinces, after recent inspections found insufficient implementation of pollution control efforts, the environmental ministry said.
Saudi Arabia should account for Mina tragedy: Iran
Iran’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations (UN) says Saudi Arabia has been refusing to conduct a responsible, thoroughgoing, and transparent investigation into the deadly crush that occurred during Hajj rituals last year.

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