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Answers from Yates, more questions for White House

According to intelligence officials, the two discussed sanctions imposed by President Barack Obama to punish Russian Federation for its efforts to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. The warning, first reported by NBC News , came up during a discussion of White House personnel. "This was a problem because not only did we believe that the Russians knew this but that they likely had proof of this information", she said. Lire la suite »

Russian foreign minister mocks media over Trump disclosures

Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov pauses during talks with the Cyprus' foreign minister Ioannis Kasoulides, at the foreign ministry in capital Nicosia, Cyprus, on Thursday, May 18, 2017. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Thursday he saw "no secrets" in USA media reports of apparent security threats by Islamic state that were divulged by President Donald Trump last week. Lire la suite »

IS fighters attack government-held areas in central Syria

The dead included more than two dozen women and children, some of whom were beheaded, as well as Syrian troops, according to state media, medical officials and an opposition monitoring group. He said IS deployed snipers on roofs of some buildings in Aqareb al-Safi. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Iraq's top security advisor have discussed "direct" military cooperation on their shared border in the near future against the ISIS group in a meeting held on Thursday in Damascus. Lire la suite »

Putin offers transcript of Trump meeting with Lavrov


HORSLEY: Well, as you noted, presidents can declassify information at will. Trump's tweet, though, was actually kind of subdued as he addressed this criticism. Shapiro was most concerned, however, that the president's move could make Israel think twice about sharing intelligence with the United States, warning that it will "inevitably cause elements of Israel's intelligence service to demonstrate more caution". Lire la suite »

Canada PM, Washington governor discuss trade, climate change


Vanessa Castle fears the, "potential for oil spills in our waters which is where my people get their food from". Trudeau met with Washington state Gov. But cheaper lumber exports from Canada is one of the issues that impacts Washington State. The event, which was closed to the public and media, was focusing on topics related to cybersecurity and the race to space. Lire la suite »

Israel Dismisses US Concern Over Jerusalem Embassy Move

Israel has long pressed nations to move their embassies to Jerusalem; Palestinians, and much of the global community, view east Jerusalem as the capital of a future Palestinian state. Trump will embark on his first worldwide trip since taking office on Friday and begin with visits to Saudi Arabia, Israel and the West Bank and Italy. Lire la suite »

Chinese, S. Korean officials meet in attempt to fix ties

Hong Seok-hyun, a former newspaper president who served as ambassador to the U.S.in 2005, made the remark to reporters upon arriving in Washington on a mission to deliver Moon's letter to Trump and lay the groundwork for the first summit between the two leaders. Lire la suite »

Microsoft blames USA government for 'stockpiling' vulnerabilities

The Filipino Times earlier reported that there was not been WannaCry cases in the UAE. "This attack provides yet another example of why the stockpiling of vulnerabilities by governments is such a problem", Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith said in a blog post on Sunday, comparing the recent leaks of NSA and Central Intelligence Agency hacking tools to, in the real world, the theft of cruise missiles. Lire la suite »

Vote 2017: Tim Farron puts Brexit at heart of Liberal Democrats' manifesto


On rail, the Lib Dems say they will "ensure that new rail franchises include a stronger focus on customers, including a programme of investment in new stations, lines and modern trains". The party had also pledged to protect per-pupil funding in England, which will cost £7bn over five years. Conservative Party chairman Sir Patrick McLoughlin claimed that the Liberal Democrats' policies were "an echo of Corbyn's manifesto we saw earlier this week", while the Green Party accused the Lib ... Lire la suite »

Trump to work as 'mediator' between Israel, Palestine


It also included a two-minute video compilation of the meeting between Trump and Abbas including their handshake, and a statement from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, according to Hareetz. "If Israel is trying to portray a situation in which Trump and his team only talked about salaries and textbooks, then that's a mistake". President Trump raised his concerns about payments to Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails who have committed terrorist acts, and to their families, and ... Lire la suite »

Cyber-attack a "wake-up call" says Microsoft


MalwareTech, who was revealed to be 22-year-old Marcus Hutchins, registered a domain name in order to track the spread of the virus, however this ended up halting it. Network security companies Fortinet and Proofpoint could also move. The result: "Users unlikely to get files restored", the company's Security Response team tweeted. Lire la suite »

Jeopardy! Mobile Game Launches on iOS, Android


Players can compete with other players and friends from around the world while exploring themed content in unlocked cities such as Paris, Rome, Beijing, London, Los Angeles, and more. The game, Jeopardy World Tour, is actually moving in a slightly different direction, as it centers on players taking a virtual trip to unlock themed content in major cities like Paris, Rome, Beijing, London, Los Angeles and more. Lire la suite »

Toyota, 3 other automakers settle suit over Takata air bags


The fallout from the Takata airbag recall continues as BMW, Mazda, Subaru, and Toyota have reached a $553 million settlement with the United States government. According to a press release from Plaintiffs' Committee for Takata Airbag Product Liability Litigation, the funds for the settlement are aimed at getting more cars with faulty airbags fixed. Lire la suite »

Marine Le Pen candidate dans le Pas-de-Calais


Outre les soucis internes, Mme Le Pen ne pourra compter sur l'alliance avec Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, célébrée dans l'entre-deux-tours et qui a depuis viré au fiasco: les deux partis iront séparément aux législatives, avant d'éventuels soutiens " au cas par cas " au second tour. Lire la suite »

French President Macron unveils 'gender even' Cabinet


For the post of interior minister, he picked Mr Gerard Collomb, the Lyon Mayor who was one of the first Socialists to be a vocal supporter of Mr Macron. Macron's rhetoric about the need to harmonise European Union member states' tax policies to end "social dumping", where transnational corporations decamp to lower-pay, lower-tax economies, carries the unspoken proviso that this would bring a huge reduction in French corporate taxation and, as a result, public spending. Lire la suite »

Stadium for Rams, Chargers delayed; won't open until 2020


The Rams have been temporarily playing at the Coliseum in Exposition Park while the Chargers were slated to temporarily play at the StubHub Center in Carson. Six million cubic yards of dirt have been removed from the site, and the bowl is now 90 feet deep, according to the developers. The foundation of the stadium is already under construction. Lire la suite »

United Airlines Charges Soldier $200 Bag Fee


It was just cold. United allows active USA mlitary personnel five checked bags sans service charge, provided each weighs no more than 70 pounds. He voluntarily stayed longer because of his love of serving country. United Airlines has offered to refund the fee, but Rader said he wants to try to change the policy. You can read United's full policy on military personell here. Lire la suite »