Mother and two-year-old daughter missing

Police are desperately searching for a mother and her two-and-a-half-year-old daughter who went missing from a Queensland home almost 24 hours ago.

Mother and two-year-old daughter missing

Police are desperately searching for a mother and her two-and-a-half-year-old daughter who went missing from a Queensland home almost 24 hours ago.

Toowoomba police have asked the public for urgent help to find 40-year-old Angela Pearce and her child who were last seen at a Crows Nest home around 11.30am yesterday.

Police say they hold concern for the safety and wellbeing of the pair.

The little girl is described as Asian in appearance, with curly brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a grey and pink winter onesie with a zippered front.

Her mother, Ms Pearce, is Taiwanese, with long black hair, brown eyes and of a slim build. She was wearing a black long-sleeved shirt with white writing on the front, black tights, with a pink scrunchie in her hair.

Anyone with information in relation to their whereabouts is urged to contact police immediately.

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COVID-19 researchers 'targeted by Chinese hackers'

US agencies are warning that hackers linked to the Chinese government may be targeting COVID-19 researchers.

COVID-19 researchers 'targeted by Chinese hackers'

Organisations conducting research into COVID-19 may be targeted by computer hackers linked to the Chinese government, according to the FBI and US Department of Homeland Security.

Neither agency cited any specific examples, but they warned that institutions and companies involved in work on vaccines, treatments and testing for the novel coronavirus should take additional security measures to protect data and be aware of the potential threat.

"China's efforts to target these sectors pose a significant threat to our nation's response to COVID-19," a statement from the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency said.

"This announcement is intended to raise awareness for research institutions and the American public and provide resources and guidance for those who may be targeted."

It comes amid heightened tensions between the two countries over the source of the outbreak and Trump administration complaints that China did not adequately alert the world to the danger posed by the new coronavirus.

The warning also echoes long-standing US complaints that China has engaged in the wholesale theft of technology and trade secrets to build its economy.

Institutions that have received media attention for their efforts related to COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, should assume that they would be targeted and should take precautions, the Department of Justice said.

"The potential theft of this information jeopardises the delivery of secure, effective, and efficient treatment options," it said.

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The FBI and the cybersecurity agency said they were issuing the alert to raise public awareness of the potential threat and said additional technical details would be released in the coming days.

China has defended its response to the virus, and Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian denied the government was involved in any attempt to steal virus-related data on Monday, after some media reported on the warning in advance.

"We are leading the world in COVID-19 treatment and vaccine research," Zhao told reporters. "It is immoral to target China with rumours and slanders in the absence of any evidence."

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