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England face Belgium, Tunisia & Panama in World Cup group

England face Belgium, Tunisia & Panama in World Cup group

Sports
Media playback is not supported on this device England have been drawn with Belgium, Panama and Tunisia in Group G at next year's Fifa World Cup in Russia.Gareth Southgate's men will begin their tournament against Tunisia on Monday, 18 June (19:00 BST) in Volgograd.They will then face World Cup debutants Panama in Nizhny Novgorod on 24 June (13:00 BST) before playing top seeds Belgium four days later in Kaliningrad (19:00 BST).Russia play Saudi Arabia in the opening game in Moscow on 14 June (16:00 BST).Holders Germany are in Group F with Mexico, Sweden and South Korea while five-times winners Brazil are in Group E alongside Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia. The 2018 tournament takes place in 12 stadiums across Russia between 14 June a...
Hackers fool iPhone X Face ID with simple mask

Hackers fool iPhone X Face ID with simple mask

Technology
Cybersecurity researchers have claimed they can fool the iPhone X's Face ID feature with a simple mask.Face ID allows iPhone X users to unlock their phone just by looking at it.Reviews of the phone widely noted issues with the feature, which uses infrared light to map users' faces and unlock the phone when the correct owner is looking at it.Now, hackers at Vietnamese cybersecurity firm Bkav say that the biometric security feature is less secure than Apple has suggested - and claimed to have fooled it with a mask made from $ 150 (£114) in supplies.Back in 2016, the FBI paid more than $ 1m to a non-government party to hack into the phone of the San Bernadino shooter.Bkav's claims come despite Apple's statement that the engineering team had collaborated with "professional mask makers and mak
Face to face with a British IS recruit

Face to face with a British IS recruit

World
A grammar school boy from High Wycombe who was captured in Syria trying to flee Islamic State has insisted he spent most of his three years in terrorist territory playing PlayStation and riding his bike.Shabazz Suleman, who had his 22nd birthday in a Free Syrian Army jail on the Turkish border, told Sky News he had made a "naive" mistake by joining the terror group.Suleman is now desperate to return to the UK - making his plea to come back days after Government minister Rory Stewart said the "only way" to deal with British IS fighters is to kill them "in almost every case"."Yeah, I made the wrong choice," he said from a secret location in northern Syria, where he spoke to us in his first face-to-face interview since being detained.Suleman said he had doubts about the Islamic extremists abo...
RBS may face further action by financial regulator

RBS may face further action by financial regulator

Business
The financial regulator has said it may take "further action" over the way Royal Bank of Scotland mistreated some small business customers.The Financial Conduct Authority has published an interim report into failings by the RBS division that dealt with struggling businesses.The Global Restructuring Group was found to have "widespread" mistreatment of customers in some areas.RBS said it had acknowledged failings and again apologised for its mistakes. The FCA report identified a number of failings, including that 92% of viable firms handled by GRG suffered "inappropriate action", such as interest charges being raised or unnecessary fees added.It was cleared in others, according to the report prepared for the regulator.Police conduct inquiries into RBS unitRegulator agrees to RBS report scrut...
Chemist says Kim had 1.4 times lethal dosage of VX on face

Chemist says Kim had 1.4 times lethal dosage of VX on face

World
The estranged half brother of North Korea's leader had about 1.4 times the lethal dosage of VX nerve agent on his face after he was attacked at a Malaysian airport, a government chemist testified Tuesday. VX was found on Kim Jong Nam's face, in his eye and in his blood plasma, Raja Subramaniam, who heads the Center of Chemical Weapons Analysis laboratory, said at the murder trial of two women accused of smearing the chemical weapon on Kim in the brazen assassination in February. VX and related products were also detected on the clothes the women were wearing on the day of the attack. On Monday the trial moved temporarily to a high-security laboratory so the judge, attorneys and the defendants could examine the clothing before it was officially accepted as evidence. Resuming his testimony ...