Conflict International News

Brazil attempts to fight Zika outbreak

With six months to go until the Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero, officials are focusing their resources on combatting the outbreak of the Zika virus.   Although Brazil is approaching Carnival season,...

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Could a three-year-old could hack your website?

The UK's Information Commissioner has warned that hacking into a website is so simple that a three-year-old could do it. Christopher Graham told MP's on the Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee...

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How do you tell if a lottery ticket is genuine?

UK lottery operators Camelot are sifting through 'hundreds' of claims from people that a missing £33 million lottery ticket is theirs. One alleged claimant reported a damaged ticket that had been...

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Divorce enquiries peak in January

January is traditionally seen as the month where many think of a new start and this is reflected in figures showing that solicitors see a significant increase in enquiries about divorce during the first...

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Concern over 'excessive' Gallagher divorce bill

A judge has revealed former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher and his ex-wife Nicole Appleton have amassed a legal bill of more than £800,000 in a dispute over the division of their assets. The pair separated...

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Faulty form affecting some divorce settlements

The Ministry of Justice is investigating a software fault which could affect the calculation of some divorce settlements.   The MoJ has admitted an error in a version of Form E where parties declare...

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Conflict International's Mike LaCorte writes in global magazine

The latest issue of WAD Beyond Global features an article written by Conflict International Director Mike LaCorte.   It offers expert guidance to those looking to carry out international...

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How do hackers steal your ID?

Hackers have stolen the personal details of millions of customers from companies. How do cybercriminals get hold of our data? BBC Reporter Daniel Foggo investigates for Panorama. Click here to watch...

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Women win Supreme Court appeal over ‘hidden’ assets

Two British women have won a landmark appeal at the Supreme Court in London after claiming their husbands had been hiding assets in order to reduce the amount paid in divorce settlements. Varsha Gohil...

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Woman dies after satnav guides her to Rio favela

A Brazilian businesswoman has been shot dead after using a phone app as a navigation tool which guided the car she was travelling in to one of Rio de Janeiro’s most notorious favelas. Regina Mumura...

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