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Des mutins bloquent les accès à Bou — Côte d'Ivoire


Samedi, des mutins impliqués dans ce mouvement avaient tiré sur deux personnes, à Bouaké et à Korhogo, les blessant gravement. La veille, des négociations avec le commandement militaire de Bouaké ont échoué. À Man, dans l'ouest du pays, la situation était également toujours calme depuis vendredi soir, selon des habitants contactés dimanche midi, renseigne Jeune Afrique. Lire la suite »

Europol director calls on 'all sectors' to take cyber security threat seriously

A hacking group called Shadow Brokers released the malware in April claiming to have discovered the flaw from the NSA, Kaspersky said. The NHS, which was showcased in the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games, employs more than 1.5 million people, making it the world's fifth biggest employer after the USA and Chinese militaries, Walmart and McDonald's. Lire la suite »

Antonio Conte wants Chelsea to keep improving after Premier League title win


However, under Antonio Conte, the west Londoners have rediscovered their mojo, and reclaimed the title this week when they beat West Brom 1-0 at the Hawthorns. All that's left now is to try and give their best in the final two games against Arsenal and Chelsea , although that will be no easy task considering that the players are completely out of confidence at the moment. Lire la suite »

Experts try to figure out who's behind global cyberattack

He said ransomware attacks are an everyday occurrence, and that victims tend to be small businesses that don't have as much money to invest in cybersecurity. As almost 45 NHS organisations from London to Scotland were hit in the "ransomware" attack on Friday, patients of the state-funded countrywide service faced chaos as appointments and surgeries had to be cancelled. Lire la suite »

Some rooted Android users can no longer download Netflix from Google Play


Here's what Netflix had to say when inquired if it was blocking such phones. It is not clear as yet on how long the app will continue to work on those rooted devices, we presume that this will stop working in time as well. Despite Netfix saying that the app will no longer work with rooted devices, users are still reporting that, so far, they are still able to use the app without any problems, but have confirmed it is no longer visible on the Google Play store . Lire la suite »

North Korea fires missile that lands in sea near Russia

The estimated range of the North's Musudan missile is about 1,865 miles, Wright said. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un provides field guidance at a construction site in this undated picture provided by KCNA, Pyongyang, March 16. That's higher and closer to Russian Federation than other North Korean tests, according to USA officials. The missile's specifics are still being analyzed by experts, but Japanese officials determined that it reached an altitude of 1,245 miles during its 30-minutes ... Lire la suite »

FBI Director James Comey feels 'nauseous' after affecting the election


He says he only told lawmakers about the reopening of the Clinton email investigation because he had testified before Congress that the probe had been closed. The next steps of the investigation include interviewing witnesses and scheduling an open hearing with former CIA Director John Brennan, former National Intelligence Director James Clapper and former acting Attorney General Sally Yates. Lire la suite »

Chicago jail guards absent on Mother's Day, forcing lockdown


About 32 percent of the officers assigned to work from 7 3 p.m. did not go to work, according to the Cook County Sheriff's office. The 96-acre jail, located in Chicago's South Lawndale neighborhood, is often referred to as the largest single-site detention facility in the United States. Lire la suite »

Afripol en conclave aujourd'hui à Alger


C'est ce qu'a souligné, hier, le commissaire à la direction de la police judiciaire, et chargé du dossier d'Afripol, Taleb Khaled, lors de son intervention sur les ondes de la chaîne I de la radio nationale. Il y a lieu de souligner que la commission chargée de la création d'Afripol a tenu quatre réunions. Le ministre de l'Intérieur et des Collectivités locales, Noured-dine Bedoui, avait inauguré le 13 décembre 2015 le siège d'Afripol, situé à Ben Aknoun (Alger), en présence des représentants ... Lire la suite »

Supreme Court rejects appeal over NC voter ID law

The Richmond, Virginia-based court said the law was enacted with intentional bias against black voters. The state's new Democratic governor, Roy Cooper, and its Democratic attorney general, Josh Stein, had told the justices they wanted to drop the state's appeal of the 4th Circuit ruling. Lire la suite »

John Oliver Says Trump's Firing Comey Demands Serious Congressional Action

Oliver wondered. "'I was thinking of the Russian Federation investigation when I fired Comey' is the one thing that you are not supposed to say out loud. Oliver then concluded the segment by calling on Republicans to stop Trump, or as he described, the "presidential equivalent of a 5-year-old shitting on a salad bar of a Ruby Tuesday's". Lire la suite »

Mutinerie en Côte d'Ivoire: tirs nourris à Abidjan et Bouaké


La victime avait été atteinte d'une balle par des soldats mutinés qui s'étaient rendus au siège d'anciens rebelles non intégrés dans l'armée, appelés les "démobilisés", qui avaient aux mêmes réclamé des primes lundi, selon des témoignages. A Bouaké , des tirs fréquents étaient audibles. On leur avait promis les 7 millions restants par tranche à partir de ce mois de mai. Mais, à la surprise générale jeudi dernier un représentant de soldats avait annoncé renoncer aux revendications ... Lire la suite »

France: Hollande prévoit une passation de pouvoirs "simple, claire et amicale"

Toutefois, selon certains analystes, ces codes ne seraient qu'un mythe. A l'issue de l'entretien, tout s'enchaînera très vite. François Hollande fera tout pour que ce soit " simple, clair et amical ". Très vite, M. Macron devrait désigner son Premier ministre et former son gouvernement. Ses prédécesseurs dans la fonction ont le plus souvent nommé leur chef de gouvernement le jour même de la passation de pouvoir . Lire la suite »

West Virginia reporter arrested while questioning US health secretary


Dan Heyman, a veteran reporter for the Public News Service , was arrested Tuesday in Charleston, West Virginia for doing his job. "I think that they really didn't need to do that", he said . "It's fair for a member of the cabinet to have security. It's not fair for that security to protect them from uncomfortable questions". "I stood there and Secretary Price came in, and I started an audio recording on my phone, and held out my phone to him to try to get close enough to get his comments ". Lire la suite »

Zimbabwe pastor eaten by crocodiles while trying to walk on water


In Zimbabwe, the crocodile ate Church leader Jonathan Mthethwa. According to witnesses in his congregation, the pastor waded out approximately 30 meters before he was attacked. They finished him in a couple of minutes'. 'We still don't understand how this happened because he fasted and prayed the whole week. Emergency services were quick to arrive on the scene in 30 minutes but as there's no known cure for being eaten by crocodiles, they were strictly decorative and could do nothing to ... Lire la suite »

Govt confirms Australia hit in cyber attack


Businesses around the world scrambled on Saturday to prepare for a renewed cyber attack, convinced that a lull in a computer offensive that has stopped vehicle factories, hospitals, schools and other organizations in around 100 countries was only temporary. Lire la suite »

Experts warn of another cyber-attack as the new week gets underway


It comes after more than 200,000 victims in around 150 countries were infected by the ransomware which originated in the United Kingdom and Spain on Friday before spreading around the world. For example, if an office worker opens an infected PDF attached to an email, soon everyone in the office could be under attack. A young British cybersecurity researcher discovered a so-called "kill switch" for the attack, limiting the damage. Lire la suite »

Trump Signs Executive Order Launching Voter Fraud Commission


A White House official said the president is expected to sign the order Thursday. "They are accessories after the fact to voter fraud". The Utah Republican said his committee won't be investigating voter fraud. "Every time a non-citizen votes in an election, not only does it potentially swing that election if it's close, it cancels out the vote of a USA citizen", Kobach said in an interview previous year. Lire la suite »

Trump pledges to move quickly to name new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

Besides offering a hefty reward, the WikiLeaks tweet also encourages supporters to up the ante by making contributions via bitcoin to a posted address. While there are many lessons modern presidential administrations can learn from the Miller Center's trove of recordings, Presidential Recordings Program research specialist and veteran journalist Ken Hughes argues that this reminder on the threat of subpoena may be the most consequential. Lire la suite »

South Korea says North's claim of missile progress needs analysis


Defense Minister Tomomi Inada said North Korea might have launched a "new type of missile", given the altitude and duration of its flight. North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency ( KCNA ) called the missile a "new ground-to-ground medium long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-12" that's "capable of carrying a large-size heavy nuclear warhead". Lire la suite »