Marco Dimitri

Consulting Analyst at Computer Crime Research Center. Engineering Electronics and Telecommunications. Seminar Analysis of Violent Crime University of Rome.
  • Homo naledi species discovery raises fresh questions about evolution

    Scientists unveiled the first evidence on Tuesday that early humans co-existed in Africa 300,000 years ago with a small-brained human-like species thought to already be extinct on the continent at that time. The findings, published in three papers in the journal eLife, raise fresh questions about human evolution, including...
  • NUN PAEDO ARREST

    A JAPANESE nun has been arrested and charged on suspicion of helping priests sexually abuse deaf children at an Argentinean school. Kosaka Kumiko was accused of helping priests with anal and vaginal rapes, fondling and oral sex, which were allegedly committed in the bathrooms, dormitories, garden and a basement at the...
  • 8 Scary Japanese Urban Legends

    Do you enjoy a nice, cool swim on a hot day? Perhaps you are particularly averse to receiving a cooling dose of urine at the local swimming pool? Maybe you just like the sand beneath your toes as you walk the beaches, choosing a nice, quiet, isolated spot from...
  • HEALTH APR 6 2017, 10:43 AM ET Cancer-Causing HPV Virus Affects 25 Percent of U.S. Men: Study

    A quarter of men and 20 percent of women have the strain of HPV (human papillomavirus or human wart virus) that causes cancer, new government statistics show. And 45 percent of men have some kind of genital #HPV , the latest data from the National Center for Health Statistics...
  • Hackers Aren’t the Only Ones Defending Your Right to Federal Data

    IN THE 100 days since President #Trump took office, concerned Americans have downloaded over 2 million government datasets. Their goal? To back up information they believe is in danger of going dark: climate science research, discriminatory housing reports, gun violence statistics. But public data preservation isn’t just a job...
  • American Atheists Joins March for Science as Partner Organization

    Cranford, NJ—American Atheists is pleased to announce that it is partnering with the March for #Science , joining a diverse coalition of science advocates, educators, environmental groups, and others in championing the role of science and reason in society and in policymaking. “The rhetoric and actions of policymakers in...
  • Parts of controversial US anti-missile system moved to South Korean site

    Parts of a US-built anti-missile system designed to mitigate the threat of North Korean missiles have been moved to the planned deployment site in South Korea as tensions with the nuclear-armed country escalate. Trucks hauling components of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system rolled into the site...
  • Islamic State claims responsibility for shooting on police in Paris

    A gunman opened fire on police on Paris’ iconic Champs-Elysees boulevard Thursday night, killing one officer and wounding three people before #police shot and killed him. The Islamic State group quickly claimed responsibility for the attack, which hit just three days before a tense presidential election. Security already has...
  • Measles in Italy, what is the current situation?

    What is the current situation? Health officials in Italy have reported an outbreak of measles. CDC recommends that travelers to Italy protect themselves by making sure they are vaccinated against #measles . Getting measles vaccine is particularly important for infants 6–11 months of age ( 1 dose of measles...
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