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South Korea says North's missile programme moving faster than expected

Tokyo clocked the missile as traveling about 800 kilometers (500 miles) and reaching a height of 2,000 kilometers (1,240 miles) during its half-hour flight. Moon, South Korea's first liberal leader in almost a decade, said as he took his oath of office last week that he'd be willing to visit the North if the circumstances were right. Lire la suite »

Syrian Government Denies US Allegations of Mass Killings

He added that the crematorium - construction on which began in 2013 -esd "an effort to cover up the extent of the mass murders taking place in Saydnaya". The photographs taken over the course of several years, beginning in 2013, do not definitely prove the building is a crematorium, but they show construction consistent with such use. Lire la suite »

Pope Canonizes Two Child Visionaries in Fátima, Portugal


Pope Francis on Saturday expressed serious doubts regarding reported daily apparitions of the Virgin at Medjugorje in Bosnia, a site which attracts a million pilgrims annually. The pontiff will canonize on Saturday two poor, ill. The visits ended in October with the "Miracle of the Sun", when others in Fatima at the time reported seeing the sun spinning in the sky which served as proof that the apparitions were authentic. Lire la suite »

NK appears to be closely watching Moon's new gov't: Seoul


Moon Jae-in, a liberal former human rights lawyer, was sworn in on Wednesday and said in his first speech as president he would immediately address security tensions that have raised fears of war on the Korean Peninsula. Seoul is embroiled in a diplomatic dispute with former colonial power Japan over wartime history, but fellow U.S. ally Tokyo is also targeted by the North. Lire la suite »

Trout homers in fourth straight game as Angels beat White Sox


Leury Garcia hit a leadoff single in the fourth for Chicago's first baserunner. However, Pelfrey (0-4) walked two batters in the fifth before Calhoun turned on a fastball on the inner half of the plate to turn the game upside down. He will undergo arthroscopic surgery to remove loose bodies in his right elbow and is expected to be out a minimum of three months. RHP Mike Morin (neck tightness) is expected to throw to hitters Tuesday . Lire la suite »

Syria is burning bodies to hide proof of mass killings

Jones' warning came as UN-mediated peace talks between Damascus and the Syrian opposition were about to resume in Geneva, and appeared aimed at maintaining pressure on Assad's backers. Given these abuses, "Russia must now with greater urgency exercise its influence", Jones said. The unusually direct and graphic State Department case laying out the horrors committed by the Syrian regime was meant to bolster Washington's appeal to the Assad regime's chief foreign sponsors to use their ... Lire la suite »

With Americans in fix-up mode, Home Depot sails through 1Q

The Home Depot, Inc .is now trading 2.50% above its 20-day and 15.39% versus the 200-day simple moving averages while 4.91% compared with its 50-day simple moving average. The Home Depot Inc . has $182 highest and $106 lowest target. Analysts on average had expected earnings of $1.62 per share on revenue of $23.76 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Lire la suite »

'Flirting With EFTA': Sturgeon Says Scotland May Join Free Trade Association

Sturgeon argued that the majority of people in Scotland voted to stay in the EU; however she has said that becoming a union member may not be an immediate goal for an independent Scotland. Ms Sturgeon went on to say that the Common Fisheries Policy was "no longer fit for purpose". Alex Salmond, SNP General Election candidate for Gordon, sends a message to the Tories over efforts to unseat him. Lire la suite »

Sarah Paulson Lost It When She Saw Madonna at Met Gala 2017!


But Rihanna didn't just slay on the Met's red carpet, she slayed all day as the outfit she was wearing while walking around NYC earlier this morning clearly demonstrates. But the best photos of the night came not from the red carpet, but the bathroom, with Kylie Jenner leading the charge of star-studded selfies. Her thong bodysuit underneath was hand-painted onto her curves. Lire la suite »

Microsoft Is PISSED OFF At The NSA Over WannaCry Attack

But some other technology industry executives said privately that it reflected a widely held view in Silicon Valley that the US government is too willing to jeopardize internet security in order to preserve offensive cyber capabilities. "The vast majority of patients have noticed no difference". For ordinary computer users, straightforward laziness stands in the way of more frequent patching. Lire la suite »

Governments to blame for cyberattack

Wannacry encrypts the files on infected Windows systems. Computers already affected will not be helped by the solution. The so-called WannaCry ransomware locks access to user files and in an on-screen message demands payment of $300 (275 euros) in the virtual currency Bitcoin in order to decrypt the files. Lire la suite »

Brigitte Macron. Silvio Berlusconi la qualifie de "jolie maman" d'Emmanuel Macron


Connu pour ses blagues douteuses, Il Cavaliere avait déjà choqué en 2008 lorsque Barack Obama était élu président des Etats-Unis en le qualifiant de " jeune, beau et bronzé ". A 80 ans, Silvio Berlusconi est toujours là. Brigitte Macron est régulièrement la cible d'attaques sexistes, en raison de la différence d'âge qui la sépare d'Emmanuel Macron. Lire la suite »

Arsenal failure to make top four would be "frustrating", Wenger says

The Chilean worldwide was instrumental in Arsenal's 4-1 win away at Stoke City on Saturday, but had to be replaced after receiving a kick to his thigh. The Gunners are in fifth with 69 points and two games remaining. Victory in both matches would give Arsenal 75 points, nine more than City the 66 City managed to finish in fourth 12 months ago and Wenger admits it would be galling to miss out on Champions League qualification with such a high total. Lire la suite »

'Fast decision' expected on Comey's Federal Bureau of Investigation replacement


Trump also called the Democrats "hypocrites" for their outrage at Comey's dismissal, saying they themselves were upset with Comey's handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails. "And I feel as though it's under assault and eroding". "You know, it depends on how you define loyalty, No. 1; No. 2, I don't know how it got out there because I didn't ask that question". Lire la suite »

New cyber chaos appears to have been avoided, says Europol

The cyberattack paralysed computers that run Britain's hospital network, Germany's national railway and scores of other companies and government agencies worldwide. A British cyber whiz was hailed an " accidental hero " after he registered a domain name that unexpectedly stopped the spread of the virus. He added that the company had released a Windows security update in March which would have prevented the sort of attack seen on the NHS , but that many users failed to obtain it. Lire la suite »

French right torn apart as Macron, PM prepare to name government

In a nod to German concerns, Mr Macron said at the news conference with Mrs Merkel that he had never pushed for jointly issued eurobonds and does not favour European countries taking joint responsibility for old debts. The visit signalled Mr Macron's intentions to move rapidly on campaign promises to revive support for the beleaguered European Union by reforming and strengthening it. Lire la suite »

Man arrested by FBI for allegedly threatening congresswoman


Martan was accused of threatening to assault and murder a United States official - McSally - with intent to impede her duties and retaliate against her an official for the performance of the official's duties, according to the complaint. The threats to McSally are "especially sickening and shocking because of what this district has already endured with what happened to Congresswoman Giffords in 2011", said C.J. Lire la suite »

Most UK patients saw no change on Monday after cyber attack - minister

This will make it much easier to spot potentially malicious files. He said the software attacking a vulnerability had been incorporated with other software and delivered in a way to cause "infection, encryption and locking". So far, the main targets of the attack have been outside the US. The warning was echoed by Britain's National Cyber Security Centre: "As a new working week begins it is likely, in the United Kingdom and elsewhere, that further cases of ransomware may come to light, ... Lire la suite »

Rejuvenation of rivers can boost economy, says Modi


Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday expressed concern over the condition of rivers in the country and said there are many rivers which have no water. It's now time to rejuvenate the Narmada. Noting that the River Narmada does not emerge from snows, but from trees, the Prime Minister said the Madhya Pradesh Government's big tree plantation programme will also be a great service to humanity. Lire la suite »