Marco Dimitri

Consulting Analyst at Computer Crime Research Center. Engineering Electronics and Telecommunications. Seminar Analysis of Violent Crime University of Rome.
  • ‘It was an inferno’: Witnesses watched in horror as residents trapped by London fire

    They banged on windows, screamed for help, dropped children from smoky floors in a desperate attempt to save them. Terrified residents of the Grenfell Tower in London, England, said there was little warning of the inferno that engulfed their highrise apartment building and left 12 people dead — a toll that...
  • German police officer, others injured in Munich subway shooting

    BERLIN — A police officer was shot in the head at a Munich subway station Tuesday after a man grabbed a colleague’s service pistol and opened fire, also wounding two bystanders, German authorities said. The officer’s injuries were considered life-threatening, Munich police spokesman Marcus da Gloria Martins said. The...
  • Earthquake off coast of Turkey felt in Athens

    A magnitude 6.3 earthquake off the western coast of Turkey and between the Greek islands of Lesbos and Chinos shook buildings from the Aegean Turkish province of Izmir to Greece’s capital of Athens on Monday. The epicentre of the quake was about 84 kilometres northwest of the Turkish coastal...
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccines

    ON THIS PAGE      What are human papillomaviruses? Which cancers are caused by HPV? Who gets HPV infections? Can HPV infections be prevented? What HPV vaccines are available? Who should get the HPV vaccines? How do HPV vaccines work? How effective are HPV vaccines? Why are these vaccines...
  • Tehran police detain 5 as ISIS claims responsibility for attacks in heart of Iran

    ISIS claimed responsibility Wednesday for a pair of stunning attacks on Iran’s parliament and the tomb of its revolutionary leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, which killed at least 12 people and wounded more than 40. Tehran police Chief Gen. Hossein Sajedinia announced late Wednesday night that five suspects had been...
  • Molecular system for artificial photosynthesis

    Photosystems (PS) I and II are large protein complexes that contain light-absorbing pigment molecules needed for photosynthesis. PS II captures energy from sunlight to extract electrons from water molecules, splitting water into oxygen and hydrogen ions (H+) and producing chemical energy in the form of ATP. PS I uses...
  • London terror attack: cyclists claim security barriers on London bridges are ‘unsafe,’ hours after they are installed

    Campaigners said the reinforced fences, which have been set up in cycle lanes to shield crowds walking on bridges, were a “crush risk” and showed a “total lack of consideration” for the welfare of cyclists. The sturdy partitions were put in place overnight on crossings at Waterloo, Lambeth and Westminster...
  • MEXICAN CHURCH ACCUSED OF MASS SEX ABUSE COVER-UP

    OAXACA, Mexico (ChurchMilitant.com) – A Mexican archbishop is being accused of protecting a priest many claim abused up to 100 children. In a press conference held Tuesday, multiple priests and activists charged José Luis Chávez Botello, the archbishop of Antequere-Oaxaca, with intentionally concealing sexual abuse reportedly perpetrated by a diocesan...
  • Russian cruise missiles hit ISIS targets near Palmyra

    Cruise missiles launched by the Russian Navy hit a number of ISIS targets in Palmyra, #Syria , Wednesday, according to the Russian Ministry of Defense. The strikes reportedly targeted militant #ISIS “shelters” east of the ancient city, which housed heavy equipment and militant troops transferred from ISIS’ de facto...
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