The operation took more than 221 of the gang's crime-servers offline through the cooperation of internet service providers. The statement says German authorities estimated that in their country alone, financial losses - in the form of drained bank accounts and fraudulent credit card transactions - were more than $6 million.
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Responding to questions in the Commons, the Haltemprice MP said the Government would consider making contributions to secure the "best possible" deal on good and services. "What he said in the house this morning is consistent with what we have said. that it will be for the United Kingdom government to make decisions on how taxpayers' money will be spent", the spokeswoman told reporters.
The protesters, who reached the parliamentary public gallery above sitting politicians, forced Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to leave the chamber and the suspension of parliament. The daily Question Time began at 2pm. "What do they believe they were doing in making this political statement in the court". "Part of the whole experience of coming to Parliament is that it's big open spaces, it belongs to the people, it's the people's house", he told Sydney radio station 2GB.
French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said on Tuesday that Europe must stand firm on sanctions against Russian Federation because lifting them would undermine efforts to end the violence in eastern Ukraine . " Russia still fails to comply with the Minsk agreements and violates global law". That's why we have to remain consistent. He added that Kiev and Moscow had a fundamental difference of opinion on how a roadmap to peace would look.
How much long that will last for is hard to predict because here, Woodburn - aged 17 - became the youngest goalscorer in the club's history, taking over from Michael Owen by three clear months. "[He was] a very important player for us today and he scored a goal, which makes it more enjoyable". Former Leeds winger and manager Eddie Gray was at Elland Road on Monday to help preview the game for LUTV and recalled such games as the 1965 FA Cup final and the goalless draw at Anfield in 1969 ...