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APRNEWS : British-Nigerian hacker pleads guilty to $6m fraud in US court

APRNEWS - Idris Dayo Mustapha, 33, was part of a hacking ring that infiltrated email and brokerage accounts of US firms between 2011 and 2018, causing losses worth $6m (£4.7m), officials said.

A dual national of the UK and Nigeria, Mustapha was extradited from the UK in August, two years after his arrest. 

His crimes carry a jail term of up to 20 years. 

He has not yet been sentenced. 


1 dead in Arkansas, roof collapses at Illinois Amazon facility as severe weather strikes parts of U.S.

One person was reported dead in Arkansas after a possible tornado struck a nursing home, and tornado-like damage was reported outside St. Louis on Friday.

At least one death and multiple injuries were confirmed following widespread reports of tornadoes and severe weather Friday night across parts of the U.S.


Natural vs. artificial: The best Christmas tree option for the climate

It's the time of the year when most Americans finish Thanksgiving leftovers and venture out in search for the best holiday sales. More importantly, they plan their household centerpiece of the season: the Christmas tree.

While some revel in the scent of a real tree and the joy of picking one out at a local farm, others prefer the simplicity of artificial trees they can reuse for Christmases to come.


Why legal experts were not surprised by the Rittenhouse jury's decision to acquit

After 27 hours of deliberation over the course of four days, a jury declared Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on the five charges he faced after fatally shooting two people and wounding a third during a night of unrest in Kenosha, Wis., last year.

Rittenhouse trembled as the verdict was read, count by count, then collapsed in sobs.



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