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Kremlin says feels "cautious optimism" after Trump meeting with Lavrov


Top on the agenda as Trump meets the Russian diplomat is how the two countries can work together to stabilize Syria, after more than six years of civil war. Tillerson and Lavrov met in Moscow last month, amid tensions over the USA bombing of a Syrian airfield after alleged chemical attacks by Syrian forces on civilians, including many children. Lire la suite »

Aides slipped Trump phony news stories on accident

McFarland did not respond to questions from the news site, but an unidentified White House official said: "While the specific cover is fake, it is true there was a period in the 70s when people were predicting an ice age". [W] hen four economists who advised Trump during the campaign - Steve Forbes, Larry Kudlow, Arthur Laffer and Stephen Moore - wrote in a New York Times op-ed that "now is the time to move it forward with urgency", someone in the White House flagged the piece for the ... Lire la suite »

North Korea Missile Test Could Derail New South Korean President's Peace Effort

Before Sunday's launch, an intermediate-range missile called Musudan was thought to have the longest potential range among the missiles that North Korea has test-fired — about 3,500 kilometers (2,180 miles). At the same time as talking tough, Trump has also called Kim a "smart cookie" and said he would be "honored" to meet the North Korean leader. There's also skepticism about North Korea's claims about its re-entry technology, which is needed to return a warhead to the atmosphere from ... Lire la suite »

South Korea to send special envoy to Japan

Rep. Song Young-gil of the DP, who is former mayor of Incheon, will deliver Moon's message to Moscow. The announcement of the five special envoys came a day after North Korea carried out its first military provocation of the Moon era by firing a missile that flew 700 kilometers (435 miles) and fell in waters between Korea and Japan. Lire la suite »

Worldwide ransomware attacks: What we know so far

Seven of the 47 affected trusts were still having IT problems Monday. Other high-profile victims include hospitals in Britain, the Spanish telecoms giant Telefonica, French carmaker Renault, US package delivery company FedEx , Russia's interior ministry and the German rail operator Deutsche Bahn. Lire la suite »

North Korea claims new missile can carry "large" nuke

The North has carried out two atomic tests and dozens of missile launches since the beginning of past year in its quest to develop a missile capable of delivering a nuclear warhead to the continental United States - something President Donald Trump has vowed "won't happen". Lire la suite »

Trump's Promises To Bar Muslims Could Haunt Him In Travel Ban Appeal


Is the executive order a ban specifically on Muslims? Actually, their filing said , not a single American has died in a terrorist attack on USA soil at the hands of someone from those six nations in the last 40 years. Judge Paul Niemeyer, appointed by former president George HW Bush, told Omar Jadwat , the American Civil Liberties Union lawyer representing the plaintiffs who challenged the order, that they were asking the judiciary to second guess a president's national security ... Lire la suite »

Microsoft partly blames US gov't for cyberattack


Wainwright described the cyberattack as an "escalating threat". Another major cyber-attack could be imminent after Friday's global hit that infected more than 125,000 computer systems, security experts have warned. Shortly after registering the domain, MalwareTech discovered that "our registration of the domain had actually stopped the ransomware and prevent the spread". Lire la suite »

North Korea Tests Strategic Missile That Could Carry a Nuclear Warhead

A fire drill of ballistic rockets by Hwasong artillery units of the KPA Strategic Force. USA officials had yet to react to the North's claim, but Japan said, regardless, the new test showed "some progress" in the isolated country's missile programme and was thus further evidence that "we have entered a new level of threat regarding North Korea". Lire la suite »

UK Retail Charts - Prey Makes It Two Weeks At Number One


This is the first time since halfway through previous year where Bethesda managed to top the charts with DOOM that the publisher has seen a game top the all-out charts. Mario dropped from number one to number three, with the number two spot taken by Grand Theft Auto V. That's according to the United Kingdom stats group GfK Chart-Track which, it should be remembered, only track physical sales. Lire la suite »

Cyber attack 'wake-up call for governments — Microsoft chief

Russia's Interior Ministry and companies including Spain's Telefonica, FedEx the USA and French carmaker Renault all reported troubles. You could try downloading a copy of the Microsoft Safety Scanner on a clean, non-infected PC and copy the downloaded file to a blank USB drive or CD and then insert it into the infected PC. Lire la suite »

Kejriwal's wife slams Kapil Mishra

In response to Kapil Mishra's tweet mocking her, Sunita Kejriwal, a serving Indian Revenue Service officer with the Indian government, asked Kapil Mishra not to "cross his limits". Taking a dig at Mishra, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said, "There can not be a "satyagraha" on the basis of lies". "Tmrw case of Hawala , Black Money, Money Laundering & Operating thru shell companies will be filed in CBI & CBDT against Arvind Kejriwal Ji (sic)", he said on another tweet. Lire la suite »

Maine Democrat to take part in Trump's voter fraud probe

The presidential commission will be led by Vice-President Mike Pence and will include current and former secretaries of state and election officials appointed by Mr Trump, said White House spokesman Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Thursday. NPR's Tamara Keith contributed reporting to this story . After winning the election, he told members of Congress that between 3 million and 5 million unauthorized immigrants voted illegally for Hillary Clinton, costing him the popular vote. Lire la suite »

Iran election: Hardliner Qalibaf withdraws candidacy


Iranian opposition figure Mehdi Karoubi, under house arrest since 2011, announced his support for President Hassan Rouhani who is seeking a second term in Friday's election. In the parliamentary election in 2016, he said he would have voted but his family said the ballot box reached his home too late. Rouhani told supporters on Monday he needed a stronger mandate to liberalise Iranian society. Lire la suite »

New FBI director imminent


When asked, "Internally, from the president?" "The FBI is one of our Nation's most cherished and respected institutions and today will mark a new beginning for our crown jewel of law enforcement", President Trump said in a statement. Trump on Tuesday fired FBI Director James Comey. For a White House accustomed to bouts of chaos, Trump's handling of Comey's firing could have serious and long-lasting implications. Lire la suite »

Trump hopeful as interviews continue for new Federal Bureau of Investigation director


President Donald Trump had not expected such a strong reaction over his decision to fire FBI Director James Comey, he told Fox News' Jeanine Pirro in an interview that aired Saturday. "I guess I was a little bit surprised, because all of the Democrats, I mean, they hated Jim Comey", Trump said. "The president has a chance to clean up the mess he mostly created", he said, adding, "I have no evidence that the president colluded with the Russians at all ... Lire la suite »

Mother's Day Ideas for Last Minute Planners


Some children also told us how they make Mother's Day shine for their moms. You are the greatest gift from the heavens mother , filled with love and care for all your children and the entire family . She'll always be with you , just as you will always be with your kids. Put together pictures of you and your mom in a scrapbook. If your mom works a lot, give her the day to just wear her pajamas and binge watch her favorite shows. Lire la suite »

World's biggest cyberattack hits 150 countries and the threat is 'escalating'

Nonetheless, the experts say such widespread attacks are tough to pull off. 'There have also been other reports made to our online cyber security network and the difficulty is of course there are literally hundres of instances of ransomware in Australia each week and so we are now seeking to confirm whether these are examples of the particular ransomware that has cause so much havoc for example in the United Kingdom'. Lire la suite »

Act II for France's Macron: Getting the Majority to Govern


Macron has promised to defend the Paris agreement on climate change and to work with partners to resolve worldwide crises. If another party wins a majority, Macron could be pressured to choose a prime minister from that party, a situation the French call "cohabitation". Lire la suite »

Donald Trump pledges to move quickly to nominate new FBI chief

But Trump himself later made an about-face, admitting the decision was based at least partly on the fact that Comey was leading a probe into Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 election and the Trump circle's possible collusion with Moscow - a notion the president says was "fabricated" by Democrats. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron's French revolution faces first test

Mr Valls was one of several Socialist Party heavyweights who backed Mr Macron after members selected leftwinger Benoit Hamon as presidential candidate. Valls is planning to run in the Essonne department, his fiefdom south of Paris , but Republic on the Move officials said his nomination won't be automatic. Lire la suite »