United Kingdom government and the United States White House accuse the Russian military of being responsible for the launch of the " NotPetya" malware in June 2017. The White House calls it the most destructive and costly cyberattack in history and says Russia will be met with unspecified "international consequences". Russia denies responsibility and dismisses the accusation as "groundless", lacking evidence, and "Russophobic".
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United States President Barack Obama and United Kingdom Prime Minister Gordon Brown meet at the White House. 2009-03-3 (Context: United Kingdom, United States, White House)
The European Court of Human Rights rules that the United Kingdom breached provisions in the European Convention on Human Rights in relation to mass surveillance practices exposed by American whistleblower Edward Snowden. 2018-09-13 (Context: United Kingdom, United States)
Israel Defense Forces extract 98 White Helmets and 324 others from recently recaptured southwestern Syrian territory into Jordan, at the request of Canada and the United States. Canada, the United Kingdom and Germany offer refuge to some of them. Two other groups intended for rescue, comprising about 800 people, do not escape. 2018-07-21 (Context: United Kingdom, United States)
The Dutch government, following similar moves by the United States and the United Kingdom, announces that it is phasing out the use of antivirus software products from the Russian company Kaspersky Lab "as a precautionary measure". 2018-05-14 (Context: United Kingdom, United States)
On the 70th anniversary of the formation of Israel, the United States becomes the first country with an embassy in Jerusalem after a dedication ceremony featuring Israeli leaders and White House advisers. 2018-05-14 (Context: United States, White House)