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Tehran mayor throws weight behind hardliner in Iran election


The presidential elections, due on May 19, will be held in the shadow of negative economic indices, seen as motives for many Iranians to abstain from casting their ballots. A survey by the state-affiliated Iranian Students Polling Agency published last week had moderate cleric Rouhani's support at 42%, hardliner Raisi's at 27% and Qalibaf's at 25%. Read More »

Dem calls report on Trump, intel 'disturbing'


You know, you worry first and foremost about potentially compromising sources and methods that allowed us - that has allowed us to gather this intelligence over a period of time. But it is unclear whether Trump formally declassified information, or disclosed information that will remain secret. The Post reported that Trump did not have permission from the intelligence partner to share the information with Russian Federation, and his actions risk endangering the relationship with the partner, ... Read More »

Police search garages for body of schoolgirl Danielle Jones


Police in Essex today revealed officers are searching a garage block in Stifford Clays, Thurrock for her body following a tip off. Some non-specific information was received in 2001 relating to this garage area, however, these garages were not searched during the 2001 investigation. Read More »

Ford to cut 10 percent of global workforce, WSJ reports

But the company announced last month that it is looking to reduce costs by $3 billion in order to offset efforts to invest in "emerging opportunities". Ford announced the $3 billion cost cutting goal at the same time it reported sharply lower first quarter earnings. Ford's shares have lost more than a third of their value since Fields became CEO in 2014, the AP said. Read More »

Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Level Cap Increases In New DLC


The only military force in the country, the Unidad, enlists the help of volunteers to help restore order. Unidad - the police force, not a mature take on Unilad - have enlisted ex Cartel members, veteran soldiers, and various other bad dudes to seek out and eradicate the U.S. Read More »

Tillerson Signs Arctic Climate Change Declaration

The Trump administration had not indicated whether it would continue honoring the Paris Climate Agreement, an global accord obligating participating countries into taking concrete steps to reduce their carbon emissions output. "We are fortunate to have a Secretary of State who is familiar with Alaska and knows just how close we are to neighboring countries that are building up their military presence in our waters and skies", Governor Walker said. Read More »

It Is 'Possible' FBI Director Position Will Be Filled by Friday

Trump fired Comey on Tuesday, at first saying he accepted recommendations from Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein , that he be ousted because of the role he played a year ago in the investigation into Trump's presidential election challenger, Democrat Hillary Clinton , and the way she handled national security material on her private email server. Read More »

Honor Mom on her day


Anna's mother Ann Reeves Jarvis had been a peace activist who cared for wounded soldiers on both sides of the American Civil War, and created Mother's Day Work Clubs to address public health issues. The true value of a mother is found in the children they rear, not in a spotless house or a good meal, though those are nice to have and teach valuable skills and self-respect to children. Read More »

Theresa May woos Labour voters with pledges on workers' rights

She would also include new rights for those who have to leave work to care for family members, or experience the death of a child, those who want to train and protections for those suffering mental health problems. They are working more hours, for less pay and with higher levels of stress, meaning more pressure on the NHS and worse outcomes for patients. However, the Conservatives called the party's economic plans "nonsensical". Read More »

Government considering laptop flight ban


It's therefore entirely conceivable that those who plotted to attack flights to the U.S. either had Australia on their lists or added the nation after the ban. He says they are taking into account all of the information and advice they are receiving internationally and they are working very closely with their partners. Read More »

Global cyber attack slowing down but fears remain

The effects were felt across the globe, with Britain's National Health Service , Russia's Interior Ministry and companies including Spain's Telefonica, FedEx the US and French carmaker Renault all reporting disruptions. The full extent of the attack won't become fully clear until Monday, when millions of workers return to the office for the first time after the attacks. Read More »

Attack sparks debate on when spy agencies should disclose cyber holes

Experts say the attackers might get more than $1 billion from the scam, although as of Saturday, only $33,000 was deposited into several Bitcoin accounts associated with the ransomware . Apparently, experts warn that the virus could "come back" in computers that have been fixed already. Colleges: Internet security firm Qihoo360 issued a "red alert" over the weekend, saying a large number of colleges and students in China had been hit by the ransomware attack. Read More »

Government activates mechanism to prevent cyber attack

The worldwide effort to extort cash from computer users spread so widely that Microsoft quickly changed its policy, making security fixes for this vulnerability available for free for the older Windows systems still used by millions of individuals and smaller businesses. Read More »

Mussallem Sells 49100 Shares of Edwards Lifesciences Corp (EW) Stock

Deutsche Bank AG reissued a hold rating and set a $100.00 target price on shares of Edwards Lifesciences Corp in a research report on Sunday, February 5th. The shares were sold at an average price of $109.21, for a total transaction of $1,971,240.50. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which can be accessed through this hyperlink . Read More »

India in appeal to United Nations court to halt execution of 'spy'

The ICJ had last week stayed the execution of Jadhav on a petition by India, which approached the United Nations court after 46 years on an issue with Pakistan. Jadhav's mother had submitted an appeal but without access to the details of the case and the charge sheet, this was an "act of desperation by a grieving parent". Read More »

Residents of Pyongyang, Seoul Comment on Test of New Missile

It was the first such launch since new South Korean President Moon Jae-in took office on Wednesday. North Korea has recently increased its missile test launches amid mounting tensions in the region and with the USA. strongly warning the USA should not ... disregard or misjudge the reality that its mainland and Pacific operation region are in [North Korea's] sighting range for strike". Read More »

Inside the home where chef chopped up his transgender wife


They told the inquest Volke became defensive when they told him of their intentions to enter the unit on the night of October 4. Volke locked the two officers that arrived out of his Teneriffe apartment, before self-harming and fleeing through another exit - but when they finally broke into the flat, police discovered a grisly murder scene. Read More »

The 11 candidates Trump is considering for FBI director

Trump said he would not talk about the existence of any tapes. NBC News tweeted that a "source close to Comey" said, "He hopes there are tapes". The ABC News report referred to comments by Sarah Huckabee Sanders , the deputy White House press secretary, who accused Comey of committing " atrocities " against Hillary Clinton. Read More »

Justices rule against consumer in debt collection case


May 15 The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory to debt collectors, ruling that people who have filed for bankruptcy can not sue companies that tried to recoup old debt that was not required to be paid back under state statutes of limitations. Read More »

Germany arrests second soldier in alleged far-right plot


Maximilian T and Franco A were stationed at the same Franco-German base near Strasbourg . Von der Leyen said Franco A. had meant to have the fingerprints of a Syrian asylum seeker on the gun, which he wanted to use in a possible attack and leave at the scene. Read More »

Vladimir Putin Blames Off-Key Piano For Hesitant Musical Rendition

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that extending oil output cuts for a further nine months was the right thing to do to ensure stable oil prices. Asked at a news briefing in Beijing on Monday about his performance, Putin said he had just been idly toying around with the keys while he waited for his meeting to start with Chinese leader Xi Jinping on the sidelines of an global forum. Read More »