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New Cyber Chaos Appears To Have Been Avoided: Europol

While such ransom-demanding viruses aren't new, researchers said that there had been a flawless storm which had allowed WannaCry to have such an outsized effect. Security experts warned that further cyberattacks are likely. "We're in the face of an escalating threat, the numbers are going up", he adds. Europol executive director Rob Wainwright had warned yesterday the situation could worsen when workers return to their offices on Monday after the weekend and logged on. Lire la suite »

Canadian Press NewsAlert:Greens win three seats in British Columbia election

A party official said Clark had spoken with Green Leader Andrew Weaver and that the two party heads have a proven track record of working together. It has been a big night for the Green Party picking up a couple seats on the Island. The overwhelming majority of British Columbians voted for change - and now it's up to the New Democratic and Green parties to deliver it - by defeating the B.C. Lire la suite »

GOP rep goes after activist by writing letter to employer


Saily Avelenda, who worked as vice president and assistant general counsel for the bank, said she resigned partially because of Frelinghuysen's letter. In a written statement to WNYC , his campaign office said Frelinghuysen "wrote a brief and innocuous note at the bottom of a personal letter in regard to information that had been reported in the media". Lire la suite »

Why President Donald Trump must be impeached


The comments have led to several experts in the United States opining that Trump has opened himself to possible charges of obstruction of justice - an impeachable offence. Tribe notes that US Congress is now controlled by Trump's Republican Party, and says, "It will require serious commitment to constitutional principle, and courageous willingness to put devotion to the national interest above self-interest and party loyalty, for a Congress of the president's own party to initiate an ... Lire la suite »

Pluie, french cancan, Champs-Elysées vides… : l'insolite investiture d'Emmanuel Macron


Selon l'Élysée, le président de la République s'est entretenu avec le sergent Philippe P., blessé par balle en juillet 2016 au Mali, le caporal-chef Kevin E., blessé en 2010 en Afghanistan et naturalisé français en 2011 " par le sang versé ", ainsi que le 1ère classe Geoffrey D., blessé en novembre 2016 au Mali lorsque son véhicule a sauté sur un engin explosif. Lire la suite »

A timeline of events that led up to Comey's firing

Multiple congressional committees also are investigating Russia's interference in the election and possible Trump campaign collusion. But just days later, Trump criticized Comey for "protecting" Clinton, despite the FBI's conclusion that criminal charges were unwarranted.following the election, President Trump called Comey "more famous than me". Lire la suite »

Hong Kong rejects asylum for refugees who sheltered Snowden


His clients now face deportation, as well as the risk they would be "detained and their children placed in government custody". Hong Kong authorities have rejected asylum requests from a group of refugees who sheltered Edward Snowden four years ago, in what their lawyer said is retaliation for helping the former NSA contractor. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron tells Donald Trump he'll defend 'important' Paris climate change deal

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is considering sending a letter asking the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump not to depart from the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, a government source said Monday. However, during his campaign, Trump promised to "cancel" USA participation in the agreement. Trump and Macron agreed during the phone call to meet during a May 25 North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders meeting in Brussels, the White House said. Lire la suite »

Les mutineries ont repris à Abidjan et à Bouaké — Côte d'Ivoire


Le calme est plat mais l'ambiance délétère à Cocody et ses environs. Depuis ce lundi matin, la situation se dégrade. Idem à Bouaké où un autre décès par " balle perdue " -non encore confirmé par les services de secours- a été signalé. "Ils font un mort, des blessés graves", comptabilise ce journal faisant, également, état de la "fuite" des gendarmes, policiers et douaniers à un "corridor". Lire la suite »

German neo-Nazi skips jail, seeks asylum in Hungary


Mahler was serving a 10-year sentence for Holocaust denial and anti-Semitic incitement when a court ruled two years ago that he could leave prison due to serious illness. He was ordered to return to prison late previous year, but he refused and fled the country. Horst Mahler, 81, is facing extradition to Germany after the Hungarian embassy in Berlin indicated that his asylum application had no chance of being accepted. Lire la suite »

Retour sur le premier jour de Macron à l'Elysée

Accompagné de son épouse Brigitte, Emmanuel Macron serre les mains des citoyens venus le soutenir. "Après la passation de pouvoir, il s'est rendu au siège du parti socialiste (PS)". J'aurai la volonté constante de réconcilier l'ensemble des Français. Emmanuel Macron a ensuite remonté les Champs-Elysées en direction de l'Arc de Triomphe pour déposer une gerbe et raviver la flamme sur la tombe du soldat inconnu, qui représente tous les soldats tués au cours de la Première guerre mondiale. Lire la suite »

Syria will abide by 'de-escalation'

Iran, Assad's other major ally, also backed it. The deal lacks specifics. Russia's special envoy to Syria, Alexander Lavrentiev, emphatically declared "the work of aviation, especially the forces of the global coalition, is absolutely not envisaged". Lire la suite »

Un missile balistique pour accueillir Moon Jae-In — Corées

Le dictateur de Corée du Nord, Kim-Jong-Un a tiré parti de ces difficultés intérieures de Trump pour tirer ce nouveau missile et démontrer ainsi qu'il n'est pas simplement quelqu'un qui suit fidèlement la politique américaine, mais aussi qui'il est prêt à exploiter d'une manière flagrante tout signe de faiblesse à Washington. Lire la suite »

South African opposition wants secret ballot on Zuma vote


The UDM in Parliament says it is confident that the court will rule in its favour on the use of a secret ballot in the No Confidence motion against President Zuma. His grasp of the law and arguments against an application brought by the president to block the release of a report by former public protector Thuli Madonsela into the undue influence the Gupta family had over some of the decisions the president made and operations at some state owned enterprises, had social media users using ... Lire la suite »

Netflix's GLOW Gets A Wild New Trailer


Orange Is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan and Tara Herrmann executive producers alongside Flahive and Mensch who are serving as showrunners. It is made up of big personalities and a former soap opera star (Betty Gilpin ) who left work to have a child but found out her home life isn't what she thought it would be. Lire la suite »

Jeremy Corbyn vows NHS 'for the many' with package of health reforms

Mrs May also reiterated her commitment, outlined in the letter she sent to the European Union formally triggering Brexit talks, to fully maintain all workers' rights guaranteed by European Union law after Britain quits the club. "Theresa May doesn't seem to care that the system is underfunded and heading towards collapse" - Mr Farron, from his speech to the RCN congress. "The Liberal Democrats will fix the chronic underfunding facing the NHS and give nurses the pay rise they deserve". Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron, investi président — France


François Hollande a par ailleurs l'intention d'utiliser les bureaux mis à disposition de par son statut. Pour gouverner et mettre en œuvre son programme libéral, en économie comme sur les sujets de société, l'ancien banquier d'affaires et ancien ministre de l'Economie a besoin que son jeune mouvement remporte la majorité aux élections législatives des 11 et 18 juin. Lire la suite »

Worldwide ransomware attacks: What we know

So far the massive cyber attack has hit 200,000 people in at least 150 countries including an Australian business. James Clapper, former director of national intelligence under President Obama, noted on ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" that more victims of the attack could surface on Monday, when people return to work. Lire la suite »

A ransomware attack is spreading worldwide, using alleged NSA exploit

The infection will surely reignite arguments over what's known as the Vulnerabilities Equity Process, the decision-making procedure used to decide whether the NSA should use a security weakness it discovers (or creates) for itself and keep it secret, or share it with the affected companies so that they can protect their customers. Lire la suite »

Democrats Keep Pressure on Trump Over Comey Firing


Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testifies about potential Russian interference in the presidential election before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill, Washington , D.C., on May 8, 2017. Attorney in Manhattan. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said the White House needed to "clear the air" about whether tapes existed. Almost two thirds of Republicans said they believed the Trump administration's (first) stated rationale for firing Comey that it was in ... Lire la suite »