Arizona judge rules 19th-century abortion ban can go into effect

Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich, who in July filed a petition asking the court to authorize the entry into force of the law, welcomed the decision of the court in a tweet Friday. “We commend the court for upholding the will of the legislature and for bringing clarity and consistency to this important issue,” he


TAP cyberattack: Portuguese president’s personal data stolen

Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, along with MPs, members of the government and security forces, are among the customers of state-owned airline TAP whose data was stolen, as confirmed on Friday. The flagship carrier had said the previous day that hackers had stolen some of their customers’ personal data and posted it on the


Sunsets explain the release of Kermit Erasmus

Kermit Erasmus joined Orlando Pirates as a free agent after his contract with Mamelodi Sundowns terminated on deadline day. READ ALSO : Hackers beat rivals Chiefs to Erasmus signing This was revealed by Sundowns on Friday after Pirates announced the capture of Erasmus on a two-year deal earlier today. “Mamelodi Sundowns have parted ways with