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NHS cyber attack: Edward Snowden says NSA should have prevented cyber attack

A malicious programme or ransomware has been used to deploy a massive cyber attack, infecting computers in almost 100 countries. Microsoft has updated its security software to deal with the crisis. 5. Security officials in Britain urged organizations to protect themselves from ransomware by updating their security software fixes, running anti-virus software and backing up data elsewhere. Lire la suite »

Rona Ambrose annoncera sa démission mardi


Le personnel de Mme Ambrose s'est refusé tout commentaire. Elle a invité les médias à son "dernier discours public comme chef de l'opposition officielle" au Château Laurier, à Ottawa, en matinée. Mais c'est son rôle de chef intérimaire du Parti conservateur qui l'a propulsée à l'avant-scène. Plusieurs députés et certains analystes ont estimé qu'elle avait su donner un nouveau souffle au parti après la défaite électorale d'octobre 2015. Lire la suite »

China to hold second 'Silk Road' summit in two years time


President Donald Trump's "America First" policy, which included the scrapping of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal, a regional trade pact involving Pacific Rim countries but excluding China. "China will scale up financing support for the Relt and Road initiative by contributing an additional 100 billion yuan to the Silk Road Fund, and we encourage financial institutions to conduct overseas RMB fund business with an estimated amount of about 300 billion yuan". Lire la suite »

Gunfire heard in Ivory Coast cities

The soldiers have been shooting in the air since the revival of the mutiny last Friday, AFP reported. " It's not good for the country, we don't know what's going to happen and everyone is very frightened ", he said, without giving his name. Lire la suite »

Morrison flags foreign worker levy in 2017 Federal Budget


This is regarded by many economists as very optimistic. Unemployment is hoped to have peaked at the current rate of 5.75 per cent and will reduce to 5.5 per cent in 2018-19, then 5.25 per cent in 2020-21. The Treasurer has introduced a new federal body called the Australian Financial Complaints Authority, which he described as a "one stop shop" for customer complaints. Lire la suite »

4-Star Center Jeremiah Tilmon Commits to Missouri over UNC, Kentucky, Others


Tilmon is a four-star recruit, and one of the top 40 players in the country, according to most scouting services. Last November, Tilmon, rated a four- and five-star prospect by various recruiting outlets, chose IL over Kansas, Michigan State, Missouri, North Carolina and Texas and signed with the Fighting Illini on the final day of the fall signing period. Lire la suite »

Boeing would build Air Force T-X training aircraft in St Louis


Questions about where the Boeing-Saab T-X production would be produced came to the forefront when photos of cargo - allegedly sections of the first T-X prototype in transit from Sweden to the United States - appeared on Twitter. The Air Force plans to buy 350 aircraft. It unveiled its T-X trainer in September during a similar ceremony. "I'm proud that Boeing has trust in the highly skilled workforce in my district, and I look forward to the economic opportunity these jobs will bring for our ... Lire la suite »

39-Year-Old Emmanuel Macron Inaugurated


The 39-year-old centrist leader laid out his ambitious plans for France as he took power on Sunday, promising to restore France's shattered self-confidence and help rebuild the flagging European Union. On Monday, the day after his inauguration, Emmanuel Macron will meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin to discuss France's ties with Germany, an European Union anchor nation. Lire la suite »

Macron inaugurated as France's president


More than 230 people have been killed in terrorist attacks in France since January 2015, many carried out in the name of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group. Macron, once Hollande's economy minister, then accompanied his former mentor down the red carpet to a waiting vehicle. In a speech to several hundred guests, Macron said, "The French have chosen hope and the spirit of conquest". Lire la suite »

North Korea Confirms It Launched New Ballistic Missile Called 'Hwasong-12'


It followed its preset flight path to reach an altitude of 2,111.5 kilometres and travelled 787 kilometres, coming down at the "precise location intended", it added. "North Korea must halt these launches and abandon its ballistic missiles programmes in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner", the spokesperson stressed, adding "the same holds true for its nuclear, nuclear weapons and all other weapons of mass destruction programmes". Lire la suite »

Video Confirms HTC U11 Design, Showcases "Edge Sense" Squeezing Features


We have been making the most of the different options of inputting our commands, with regards to smartphones. But we expect the app to reappear soon after the phone gets unveiled. The video also reveals that the device will be powered by a Snapdragon 835 chipset, as expected. Internal storage is pegged at 64 GB. The display is 5.5-inch QHD LCD. Lire la suite »

François Hollande se rend hommage


Emmanuel Macron s'est donc attaché, hier, à faire coïncider ses mots et ses premiers actes en tant que huitième président de la Ve République. 12heures : parade sur les Champs-Elysées. Le tout sous haute sécurité: près de 1.500 policiers et gendarmes sont mobilisés pour cette passation de pouvoir. Avant d'entamer une petite semaine de vacances, juste après la passation de pouvoir, nombreux sont ceux qui se demandaient ce qu'allait faire l'ancien chef de l'Etat. Lire la suite »

U.S. preparing additional sanctions for N Korea: Tillerson


On the worldwide front, Washington is expected to push the global community including China to limit North Korean coal imports according to the UN Security Council resolution and downgrade or sever diplomatic relations with Pyongyang to deepen the regime's economic and diplomatic isolation as brought up by Tillerson at the UN Security Council meeting last month. Lire la suite »

Backed fighters hunt for IS holdouts in Syria's Tabqa


The news about the U.S. plan to arm Syrian Kurds comes, as the Trump administration mulls sending as many as 5,000 more troops to Afghanistan, a military official told NBC News, and as the White House makes moves it believe will help American forces "start winning" again in the region. Lire la suite »

China offers 100 billion yuan for new Silk Road initiative


It set the tone for a major two-day forum which started Sunday to discuss the " Belt and Road " plan, which aims to connect China with Europe, Asia and Africa through infrastructure and investment. As many as 28 heads of state and government, over 50 leaders of global organisations, over 100 ministerial-level officials, as well as over 1,200 delegates from various countries and regions will participate in the forum. Lire la suite »

Combien va-t-il toucher à la retraite — François Hollande


Deux rendez-vous pour laisser des conseils à Emmanuel Macron . "Je vais aller en Corrèze quelques jours". Une leçon tirée du recours au 49.3 sur la loi travail? Sitôt quitté le palais, François Hollande , désormais ex-président, a pris la direction du siège du PS, rue de Solférino, comme l'avait fait avant lui François Mitterrand en 1995. Lire la suite »

Microsoft president: Cyber attack should be 'wake-up call'

USA package delivery giant FedEx , European auto factories, Spanish telecoms giant Telefonica, Britain's health service and Germany's Deutsche Bahn rail network were among those hit. Universities in China, Italy and Greece were also hit. In this May 12, 2017 photo, a display panel with an error can be seen at the main railway station in Chemnitz, Germany. Lire la suite »

Hackers used stolen NSA methods in massive, worldwide ransomware attack


National Security Agency and published on the internet by hackers last month. Microsoft's lawyer says governments should "report vulnerabilities" that they discover to software companies, "rather than stockpile, sell, or exploit them". On social media, students complained about not being able to access their work, and people in various cities said they hadn't been able to take their driving tests over the weekend because some local traffic police systems were down. Lire la suite »

'WannaCry' cyber attack hits 200000 victims in at least 150 countries: Europol

Computers in more than 150 countries have been hit by what experts are calling an unprecedented mass cyberattack using ransomware. The attack is unique, according to Wainwright, because it combines ransomware with a worm function, meaning once one machine is infected, the entire internal network is scanned and other vulnerable machines are infected. Lire la suite »

All eyes were on France as South Korea elected pro-China president


New South Korean President Moon Jae-in has told Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe that their countries must not let their hard histories hamper co-operation in dealing with North Korea's nuclear program. Still, Moon stressed that the matter shouldn't remain a sticking point for the two nations to pursue "future-oriented relations", Yoon said in a separate briefing. Lire la suite »

Russian Federation says Syria safe zones will go into effect

Violent clashes broke out in Syria just "minutes" after a fresh agreement aimed at calming the conflict went into effect. And if Russian or Iranian forces are deployed to man checkpoints and operate in rebel-held areas, they are likely to be attacked by rebels, quickly undoing the agreement. Lire la suite »

ASEAN welcomes progress on framework for South China Sea code of conduct


The latest ASEAN communique, which came at the end of its summit in the Philippine capital, Manila on Sunday, appeared to remove phrases such "land reclamation and militarization". Earlier, the host country's President, Rodrigo Duterte had also expressed his concern saying that Asean was anxious over the North Korean issue. "Our government, in its desire to fully and quickly accommodate our aggressive northern neighbor may have left itself negotiating a perilous road with little or no ... Lire la suite »