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Trump responds to reports that he revealed classified info to Russian Federation


In a tweet , Trump said he had an " absolute right " to discuss these matters with Russian Federation, noting that the conversation was held at an " openly scheduled " White House meeting. Tillerson said Trump discussed a range of subjects, including "common efforts and threats regarding counter-terrorism". Earlier, a senior German lawmaker expressed concern about the reports that President Trump revealed highly classified information about ISIS to Russian officials. Lire la suite »

Dave Chappelle Apologizes for 'SNL' Monologue Saying to Give Trump a Chance


According to NBC's Willie Geist , who attended Chappelle's NY show at the Robin Hood, the comedian regrets being so nice. The organization seeks to combat poverty in the Big Apple. "And we the historically disenfranchised demand that he gives us one too". As of last night, the legendary comedian is singing a different tune. Sorry", he said. Lire la suite »

Cyber attack could spark lawsuits but not against Microsoft

He said sectors like banking and electricity, for example, have better patching regimes than healthcare, which was the sector hardest hit in the United Kingdom by WannaCry . A source familiar with the matter said equities meetings still take place but less frequently than they did under the Obama administration. Simply put, according to Westcon-Comstor vendor partner AlienVault, WannaCry is a ransomware variant that takes advantage of an exploit in the Windows operating system (MS17-010) ... Lire la suite »

NHS cyber attack: Grimsby's Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital IS affected

Ransomware, a form of virus that encrypts personal files and then demands payment to decrypt them, appears to have infected computers in hospitals and doctor's offices across the country. Digital spokesman, said in a phone interview that 16 organizations including "hospitals and other kinds of clinician services" have been subjected to the cyberattack. Lire la suite »

Merkel party humiliates SPD rivals in last test before election

Germany's western state of North Rhine-Westphalia held elections on Sunday, which are seen as the last public barometer for the upcoming federal elections. Palpable frustration over worsening traffic congestion and crime that has plagued the crowded northwestern state, which borders the Netherlands and Belgium, were the decisive factors behind the Social Democrats' sudden demise after the party had ruled there for 46 of the last 51 years. Lire la suite »

Macron's election offers chance for more dynamism in EU: Merkel

Macron, a 39-year-old centrist with pro-business and pro-European views, was formally declared president Sunday morning in the Elysee presidential palace, one week after winning the May 7 vote. There are 428 candidates vying for a position in Macron's new party in the June elections. Reacting to Philippe's appointment, Juppe called the new prime minister "a man of great talent" with "all the qualities to handle the hard job". Lire la suite »

What Trump said about sharing 'facts' with Russians


The Post said homeland security and counterterrorism adviser Thomas Bossert called the directors of the CIA and the National Security Agency afterward. In his tweets , Trump did not dispute media reports, initially from The Washington Post , that he revealed details that could jeopardize intelligence capabilities . Lire la suite »

Les fuites dans les médias prenaient de l'ampleur, dit un enquêteur — Chamberland

Il a indiqué du même coup avoir été convoqué à témoigner dans les prochaines semaines devant la commission Chamberland sur la protection des sources journalistiques et espère pouvoir aller y présenter sa version des faits. " Il y avait eu un certain coulage médiatique", a dit Normand Borduas devant la Commission Chamberland, où il poursuit son témoignage aujourd'hui. L'opposition à l'Hôtel de Ville a aussi questionné le maire sur ses liens avec les directeurs du SPVM, avec qui il a ... Lire la suite »

Key Takeaways From FBI Director Comey's Hearing


He was confronted by Senator Diane Feinstein, who asked why was it necessary to announce the opening of an investigation concerning one of the presidential candidates less than two weeks before the election, as FBI investigations are not announced to the public with such flamboyance. Lire la suite »

Syria denies US allegations of 'depraved' mass executions at prisons

There's no evidence backing these claims up, of course, apart from satellite photos on the outside of the crematorium, and U.S. officials rather just rehashed a series of things they think may well be happening in Syrian prison, including torture and rape, followed up with a speedy execution and disposal. Lire la suite »

Clash over shifting of 'Dharna Chowk' in Hyderabad


Claiming that the protests at "Dharna Chowk" was causing them inconvenience to them all through the year, the protestors including women demanded that it be shifted to some other place. He said action will be taken against those who violate the rules. TJAC chairman M. Kodandaram said such blatant misuse of official machinery against the activists was never seen earlier. Lire la suite »

Sturgeon: SNP 'vital' to protect Scotland from dangers of Tory government


The First Minister wants to hold a second independence referendum sometime between autumn 2018 and spring 2019, arguing this is necessary to give Scotland - which voted against Brexit in 2016 - the chance to choose a different future. "The bottom line though is our single market membership should be protected". NICOLA Sturgeon and Alex Salmond have both denied Scotland has become a more divided nation after ten years of SNP government. Lire la suite »

Starbucks sees payment system outage in US and Canada


Some U.S. and Canadian Starbucks Corp SBUX.O stores were only accepting cash on Tuesday because of a payment system outage that the company blamed on an overnight software update that knocked some cash registers offline. A Starbucks spokeswoman in Canada said: 'We are working swiftly to resume full operations in each of these stores'. 'The stores will remain open during this time and, as always, our partners are prepared to take care of our customers to ensure they have the best experience ... Lire la suite »

"WannaCry" Ransomware Attack Causes Disruption Globally - With Worst Yet to Come

He added that governments around the world should "treat this attack as a wake-up call" and "consider the damage to civilians that comes from hoarding these vulnerabilities and the use of these exploits". "The ransomware also spreads through malicious attachments to emails", it said. Europol chief Rob Wainwright said more than 200,000 victims had been hit in more than 150 countries. Lire la suite »

Video shows security guard attacked by man she was trying to help


Soon the unstable man started vomiting. Police are searching for a man who punched a security guard in the face early Sunday morning after she tried to help him. "Let's all help the strong willed, amazing, hard-working and kind ZOA by showing our love by supporting her financially!" According to WGN, which broadcast video from the incident , the woman's nose and a bone under her eye were broken. Lire la suite »

Si Woo Kim eyes Presidents Cup spot after Players Championship win

The bogey on the 18th was only the second for Poulter over the final 46 of the tournament. He made an immediate impact upon his return to the Tour a year ago, however, winning his maiden PGA Tour title at the Wyndham Championship. Kim didn't make things easy for himself, hitting only eight greens in regulation. Ian Poulter, of England, hits from the ninth tee during the final round of The Players Championship golf tournament Sunday, May 14, 2017, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla . Lire la suite »

West Bengal to make Bengali compulsory up to class X


The Kerala government in April 2017 passed an ordinance making the teaching of Malayalam compulsory in all the state's schools. "The schools affiliated to other boards (ICSE/CBSE) will have to make Bengali as an optional subject from class 1, giving students the option to choose it either as second or third language", Partha Chatterjee told a press meet in Kolkata on Monday. Lire la suite »

CPEC should not be politicised, says Sharif

It identifies the strategic Pakistani port of Gwadar "as the direct hinterland connecting Balochistan and Afghanistan". "The CPEC is a core component of your visionary initiative of the One-Belt-One-Road project". Pakistan's state-run APP news agency quoted Sharif as saying that both Pakistan and China favoured negotiations with India as the "most viable solution to the Kashmir dispute". Lire la suite »