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Experts question North Korea role in WannaCry cyberattack


The Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has said portions of the WannaCry program use the same code as malware previously distributed by the Lazarus Group, a hacker collective behind the 2014 Sony hack. South Korea has been on alert since the breaches began on Friday. Symantec and Kaspersky Lab also stated that it was premature to tell if North Korea was responsible in the global WannaCry cyberattack. Lire la suite »

Israel arrests 2 after deadly West Bank clash

The leader of the strike, Marwan Barghouti, also threatened to stop drinking water unless the prisoners' demands for improved prison conditions were met. The death of the Palestinian led to clashes between dozens of local youth and Israeli soldiers, who also closed Huwwara road. The Israeli settler who shot and wounded a Palestinian man who threw rocks at his auto was detained, but was released after proving it was in self-defense. Lire la suite »

World's thinnest hologram will make screen size 'irrelevant'


The "nano-hologram" is set apart from other holograms because it can be seen without 3D goggles, and it measures just 25 nanometres, roughly 1,000 nanometres thinner than a human hair. The next stage is to create a rigid film that can be laid onto an LCD screen to project a 3D holographic display, said Zengji Yue and Gaolei Xue, co-authors of the paper and researchers at BIT. Lire la suite »

Ransomware hits 'hundreds of thousands' of China PCs

Major companies that includes sixteen National Health Service organsisations in the U.K. FedEx, telecom companies Telefonica of Spain and Megafon of Russian Federation were also hit. The trust, which runs Boston, Lincoln and Grantham hospitals, says to attend "unless patients recieve a telephone call" saying otherwise as some systems are still affected. Lire la suite »

Pablo Hernandez to stay for another year


As revealed in a statement on the club's official website this week, Leeds United have released winger Jordan Botaka, after the DR Congo global managed only 14 appearances for the Whites since arriving in 2015. New one-year deals have been offered to promising juniors Eoghan Stokes and Tom Pearce while the club has also exercised the option to extend deals for Conor Shaughnessy and Romario Vieira. Lire la suite »

Chaffetz resigning from Congress as of June 30

Chaffetz has been active in the House's probe into links between the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump and the Russians. Chaffetz, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, recently subpoenaed former FBI Director James Comey's memos, and invited him to testify before his panel next week. Lire la suite »

Turkey demands USA fire envoy in spat over Syrian Kurds


The unseemly incident is adding to U.S. Tensions between Washington and Istanbul are running high after the Trump administration announced plans to arm Kurdish Syrian militants fighting the Islamic State group despite intense opposition from Turkey, which considers the Kurds as terrorists. Lire la suite »

French researchers find last-ditch cure to unlock WannaCry files

For those infected by the ransomware and without unaffected backups, there is hope: developer Adrien Guinet has released a tool which is capable of recovering the private key used to encrypt files on an infected system, allowing the contents of the files to be decrypted without paying the ransom demanded by WannaCry's creators. Lire la suite »

Roger Ailes, former Fox News chief, dies

The fall that caused the injury had not been reported prior to Ailes' death and it was not immediately clear whether it had caused him to be hospitalized. "Regardless of the dark sides of his character, I can tell you - and I'm sure you guys have stories - fiercely loyal", Joe Scarborough said. Fox personalities including Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham are remembering Roger Ailes . Lire la suite »

Return to path of denuclearization: United Nations to North Korea


A South Korean government minister has said North Korea's missile program is progressing faster than expected , just hours after the UN Security Council demanded the reclusive country to halt all nuclear and ballistic missile tests. Here's a closer look at what happened in Sunday's missile launch, which came only a few days after the inauguration of a new South Korean president, and why it's viewed as a worrying development by North Korea's neighbors and Washington. Lire la suite »

Former FBI Director Comey to Testify Before US Congress Soon

Today marked the first time since the appointment of a special counsel that Trump publicly addressed Comey's firing and the subsequent news of a memo written by the ex-FBI director. Flynn", Mike van Dulken of Accendo Markets writes in his morning email to clients. Cummings also said Comey had indicated in the past that if he were to testify before Congress, he would do so based on his own terms. Lire la suite »

How Much Damages Made By Wannacry Ransomware Attack Made Throughout The World

The ease of stopping the attack suggests the hackers were new to this game. If there's anything, Microsoft should indeed be appreciated for their response on the entire issue. This is an emerging pattern in 2017. "An equivalent scenario with conventional weapons would be the United States military having some of its Tomahawk missiles stolen". Lire la suite »

Trump administration keeps Iran deal alive, but with new sanctions

The administration of US President Donald Trump chose to stick by a nuclear deal between Iran and world powers yesterday and continue waiving sanctions related to its atomic activities. The Treasury said it had added two Iranian defense officials and an Iranian business to its sanctions lists, accusing them of aiding the missile program or supplying explosives to Syria. Lire la suite »

President Donald Trump Reaffirms: 'No Collusion'

Despite the appointment, at least three congressional committees are continuing their investigations, leading to some turf warfare and sniping as the Senate Intelligence Committee and the Senate Judiciary Committee both sought to lay claim to testimony from Comey, while the House Oversight Committee also hoped to hear from the former director. Lire la suite »

UC Regents meeting to consider audit, student cap underway


Napolitano says the reserve fund is only $38 million. UC's strong focus on serving in-state undergraduates is unique among many top-ranked public institutions. "And the Office of the President is not doing a good job", she said. A UC board meeting to discuss a critical state audit and to consider a cap on nonresident student enrolment is underway. Lire la suite »

Chelsea Manning released from United States military prison

Manning was convicted in 2013 of stealing 750,000 pages of documents and videos before leaking them to WikiLeaks . Get Breaking News alerts from the Gwinnett Daily Post delivered to your email. Manning was imprisoned for disclosing archives of secret files to WikiLeaks and sentenced to an unprecedented 35-year term . During her incarceration, she came out as a transgender woman. Lire la suite »

Len McCluskey wrong to say Labour cannot win election - Kezia Dugdale


The Unite leader suggested winning 200 seats - almost 30 fewer than in 2015 - would be a "successful" result for United Kingdom leader Jeremy Corbyn . Should than happen, it would be Labour's worst result since 1935. And, in a comment that will infuriate many Labour activists and MPs, Mr McCluskey said: "I believe that if Labour can hold on to 200 seats or so it will be a successful campaign". Lire la suite »

Trump Says He Didn't Ask Comey To Drop The Russia Investigation

Booker said he believes Rosenstein was likely vague on some of his answers because "he felt constrained by the integrity of investigation not to answer all of our questions". He said now that it has become a criminal investigation instead of an counterintelligence probe Congress may be impeded in carrying out its own examinations. Lire la suite »

Un premier dossier brûlant pour Nicolas Hulot


Dans un courrier, il demande la suspension du projet qu'il juge " inutile et coûteux ". La pomme de discorde: une nouvelle fois l'autoroute A45 entre Saint-Étienne et Lyon. Gaël Perdriau rappelle aux deux ministres les engagements de l'Etat et l'intérêt de cette infrastructure. "L'A45, dont la construction est estimée à 1,2 milliard d'euros, doit permettre de désengorger l'autoroute A47, saturée au quotidien et devenue obsolète". Lire la suite »

Former US Rep Weiner pleads guilty in sexting with minor case


The official wasn't authorized to speak about the plea bargain because the criminal charges had yet to be filed publicly with the court, and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. In October, days before the election, then FBI director James Comey stunned the country by announcing that his agency was reopening its closed investigation into Mrs Clinton's handling of State Department business on a private email server so it could analyse the newly discovered correspondence. Lire la suite »

National Police Week honors law enforcement across the country


According to the White House , 118 officers killed in the line of duty in the United States previous year, including 66 in malicious attacks - a 40 percent increase from 2015. Trump promised to fund, train, and equip law enforcement agencies around the country as part of his promise to keep America safe. And the president alluded to his strong support from law enforcement during the 2016 election. Lire la suite »

Comey summoned to reveal if Trump obstructed justice

Several Democratic politicians have since called for the president's impeachment, including Texas Congressman Al Green, who made the call for a House inquiry on the floor of Congress Wednesday morning. "At worst, he has obstructed justice". "I'm not going to sit here and prejudge this thing", Graves said. "If an investigation comes out and shows that he crossed that line, sure". Lire la suite »

Nomination d'un procureur spécial pour enquêter sur Donald Trump — Etats-Unis


Après le Washington Post , le New York Times . Le prédécesseur de James Comey à la tête du FBI a maintenant été chargé de lever le voile sur toute cette affaire russe. N'y aurait-il donc pas dans tout cela " quelque chose qui cloche "? Il travaillait plus récemment pour un grand cabinet d'avocats de Washington, Wilmer Hale, qui représente la fille de Donald Trump , Ivanka, et son gendre Jared Kushner, ainsi que Paul Manafort, ancien directeur de campagne de Trump qui entretenait des ... Lire la suite »