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GENEVA Throwback Cleveland Browns Jerseys , Sept. 15 (Xinhua) -- Switzerland is planning toreinforce its data safety on the Internet against hacker strikes,including introducing fines of up to 250,000 Swiss francs (259,000U.S. dollars) for violations of security rules, the governmentrevealed on Friday.

The Swiss Defense Ministry said Friday that it foiled a malwarecyber attack in July which was similar to that used in other globalhacking campaigns, while on the same day the Justice Ministry alsopresented plans for improved data protection.

The cyber attack was carried out with the Turla malware, asophisticated virus used for cyber-espionage on several servers ofthe Defense Ministry and a contractor of the Foreign Ministry inJuly, according to the authorities.

The Turla spyware, detected in 2014, is suspected of havinginfected hundreds of government computers and military targetsacross Europe and the Middle East. The government, however,declined to give details on the origin of the attack, or saywhether any damage including data theft had occurred, but bothministries have filed criminal complaints and an investigation isunderway.

In December 2015, the state-owned armament and technology groupRuag fell victim to an attack with the Turla virus, losing nearly20 GB of data. Several IT systems of the federal administrationhave also been targeted by computer hackers over the past threeyears.

Also on Friday, Justice Minister Simonetta Sommaruga presentedproposals to boost data protection while safeguarding the datatransfer between Swiss companies in the European Union.

The proposals include increasing transparency on dataprocessing, introducing fines of up to 250,000 Swiss francs forviolations of cyber-security rules, as well as increased powers forthe government's data protection and information commissioner.

The proposal also required that companies collecting data havelegal obligations to inform consumers about the use of theinformation, which is expected to meet resistance in parliament.Enditem

RIO DE JANEIRO, July 31 (Xinhua) -- Brazil international midfielder Fred has vowed to prove his innocence after he tested positive to a banned substance.

The 22-year-old issued a statement on Friday denying he had used the diuretic hydrochlorothiazide.

"I trust in my innocence and I am going to prove it to the proper authorities," Fred said.

Earlier, Brazil's Football Federation (CBF) confirmed the Shakhtar Donetsk player had tested positive to the substance during the Copa America in Chile in June.

Normally used to control hypertension and cardiovascular problems, hydrochlorothiazide is also a known masking agent for performance-enhancing drugs.

Meanwhile Fenerbahce have asked UEFA to ban Fred immediately from European matches, pending the outcome of a B sample.

Fred played in Shakhtar's Champions League third qualifying round first leg tie against Fenerbahce on Tuesday, which ended 0-0. Shakhtar will host the return leg on August 5.

UEFA's control, ethics and disciplinary body are expected to make a decision on Fred's availability on August 3.


BEIJING, Dec. 11 (Xinhua) -- The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) announced Monday that it has approved its first loan in China for a natural gas project.

The 250-million-U.S. dollar loan will fund a project to connect 216,750 households in approximately 510 villages to the natural gas distribution network, according to an AIIB statement.

Upon completion and after subtracting the emissions from burning natural gas, the project is expected to reduce annual carbon dioxide emissions by 595,700 tonnes, particulate matter by 3,700 tonnes, sulfur dioxide by 1,488 tonnes and nitrogen oxide by 4,442 tonnes, according to the statement.

AIIB President Jin Liqun said China's commitment to reducing its reliance on coal will change lives and improve the environment.

""That is why we are investing in a project aligned with their ambitious plan,"" Jin added.

He reaffirmed AIIB's ""unwavering commitment"" to helping members meet their environmental and development goals, especially their commitments under the Paris Agreement.

""It is only fitting that our first investment in China will introduce sustainable infrastructure that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and help invigorate one of the most important economic hubs in Asia,"" Jin said.

The investment in the project also marks AIIB's first corporate loan. The project, undertaken by the Beijing Gas Group Company, will entail construction of natural gas distribution networks in villages and low-pressure gas pipelines and household connections. It is scheduled for completion in 2021.


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