News Wire | Friday, Nov. 11, 2022

As Russia Says Retreat From Kherson Is Complete, Residents Raise Ukraine’s Flag

By Andrew E. Kramer & Marc Santora | The New York Times

Ukrainian residents took to the streets of Kherson on Friday to unfurl their national flag outside government buildings, Ukrainian officials and civilians said, as Russian forces scrambled to escape to more secure territory across the Dnipro River and Kyiv’s troops continued to advance on the key southern city.

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Huge Australian Health Hack Exposes Abortion Patients and Others

By Frances Vinall | The Washington Post

The major hack of an Australian health insurer’s patient data, now tied to Russian cybercriminals, escalated in scope Friday as more information identifying individuals who received abortions or treatment for mental health issues, alcoholism and addiction recovery were released on a dark web forum.

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