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Dernier Conseil des ministres pour Hollande


Le président Hollande qui quittera l'Elysée dimanche prochain n'a pas brillé par la popularité puisque des sondages ont noté l'opposition de nombreux français à sa politique. L'ancien ministre de l'Economie doit nommer lundi son Premier ministre et annoncer le lendemain la composition de l'exécutif, qui devrait compter une quinzaine de ministres et un nombre encore indéterminé de secrétaires d'Etat. Read More »

Pyongyang slams U.S. for passing new sanctions

Mr Moon has taken a more conciliatory line than his conservative predecessors and has said he would be prepared to go to Pyongyang "if the conditions are right". "I am begging for your cooperation. Sanctions will be tightened if North Korea continues these activities", Sherman said in a statement. "In current circumstances where there is growing uncertainty on the Korean peninsula and the region, the U.S". Read More »

Huge hack attack hits NHS hospitals

Cybersecurity expert Ralph Echemendia called WannaCry, "the biggest Ransomware attack of all time". A Telefonica spokesman said a window appeared on screens of infected computers that demanded payment with the digital currency bitcoin in order to regain access to files. Read More »

British hospitals hit by cyberattack

Following the leak of NSA tools, Bambenek told ABC News that he had conversations with high-ranking USA national security officials in which he urged them to share information with private vendors so that they could develop countermeasures because the NSA had "lost control of its own weapons". Read More »

Claims IndyRef2 may be halted by Tory boost 'ludicrous'

He said: "It's simply not good enough for a party that has been in opposition for seven years". Liberal Democrats had a mixed election, failing to break through against the Tories in the south-west England battleground but making advances in some General Election target seats like Eastleigh and Wells. Read More »

Global Cyberattack with Ransomware Hits Businesses, Governments in almost 100 Countries

By the time they turned their attention to USA organizations, spam filters had identified the new threat and flagged the ransomware-laden emails as malicious, Thakur said. "We are aware that a number of NHS organisations have reported that they have suffered from a ransomware attack". NHS Digital said it is working closely with the National Cyber Security Center, the Department of Health and NHS England "to support affected organizations and ensure patient safety is protected". Read More »

Arctic Council Pressures Tillerson To Take Action On Climate Change

Canada, the USA and its six Arctic Council partners adopted the nine-page "Fairbanks Declaration 2017, " which noted that the Arctic is warming at more than twice the rate of the global average. Its focus is sustainable development and environmental protection of the Arctic, but does not make policy or allocate resources. Eegeesiak shared, "We need to take a moment to step back and observe where we have come from, where we are now, and where we want to go", she said. Read More »

Trump Says He Planned To Fire 'Grandstander' Comey 'Regardless Of Recommendation'

President Donald Trump , Vice-President Mike Pence and the rest of their administration said Trump fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey only at the recommendation of a senior official in the Department of Justice. It was unclear whether word of the Comey request , said to have been put to Rosenstein, ever made its way to Trump. Trump tweeted. "Maybe the best thing to do would be to cancel all future "press briefings" and hand out written responses for the sake of ... Read More »

Syria: Rebels storm out as 'safe zones' plan signed

Such zones, also referred to as non-conflict or safe zones, are meant to be areas where civilians can live without being targeted by any party in Syria's war. The call came as a Russia-initiated plan to set up safe zones was to take effect. While the deal and precise boundaries of the zones are still being developed, it could also be the first to involve monitoring by foreign troops in Syria, which has been embroiled in a bitter civil war for six years. Read More »

Just 21% of Voters Approve of the New GOP Health Care Plan

This health care plan will do nothing but take away the most important aspects of what "Obamacare" gave to the citizens of this country - the ability to have health care. "If you're on Medicaid, nothing's going to change", he told the audience in Marshalltown, which broke into a chorus of loud objections. Blum was among the roughly 30 conservative House Freedom Caucus members responsible for scuttling the earlier version of the bill. Read More »

Bank warns of 'moderate' growth as it keeps interest rates at 0.25%


Although the Bank expects United Kingdom growth in 2017 to be slightly lower than previously expected at 1.9% (down from 2%), its projections for 2018 and 2019 have been raised by 0.1 percentage point to 1.7% and 1.8%, respectively. "There's a lot resting on the assumption that the sustainability of growth and pick-up in wages will be aided by a smooth Brexit", said Tim Graf, head of European macro strategy at State Street Global Markets. Read More »

Real survive early Atletico onslaught to reach final


He told Sky Sport Italia: 'I would love to play with him, we all know his qualities. Real Madrid's Isco, right, celebrates after scoring during a Champions League semifinal, 2nd leg soccer match between Atletico de Madrid and Real Madrid, in Madrid, Spain, Wednesday, May 10, 2017. Read More »

Lauren Kershner Named To CoSIDA Academic All-District At-Large Team


District 7 is made up of teams from the Northern Sun intercollegiate Conference, the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association and the Great American Conference. A two-time All-America and 2015 National Player of the Year, Maguire is now having one of the best seasons in Duke and NCAA history collecting a 70.0 stroke average to go along with three victories and nine top 10 finishes. Read More »

North Korea wants South Korea to extradite spy chief


In his first key appointments, Moon named two liberal veterans with ties to the 2000s " Sunshine Policy " of engagement with North Korea to the posts of prime minister and spy chief. U.S. President Donald Trump must ensure his approach to North Korea is in sync with that of South Korea's new President Moon Jae-in if his pressure campaign on Pyongyang is to succeed, former senior officials said Friday. Read More »

Massive ransomware attacks target organizations around the world

The attack appeared to exploit a vulnerability that was purportedly identified by the U.S. National Security Agency for its own intelligence-gathering purposes and was later leaked to the internet. "We're aware that a number of NHS organizations have reported that they've suffered from a ransomware attack", May said. Patrick Ward, a 47-year-old sales director, said his heart operation, scheduled for Friday, was canceled at St. Read More »

Cyber attack disrupting British NHS was global: May

England's NHS says at least 16 of its organizations were hit by the ransomware. Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at the Helsinki-based cybersecurity company F-Secure, called it "the biggest ransomware outbreak in history". Awais Rashid, a professor of software engineering at Lancaster University, said "the key question" to consider is how an attack such as Friday's could originate "from a noncritical system such as email" and then spread to other systems. Read More »

United Kingdom's Health Service Hit by Ransomware Attack

England's National Health Service is scrambling to respond to a large cyberattack that crippled its ability to treat patients Friday, after computer users in the public health system were hit with a pop-up message demanding a ransom for access to their machines. Read More »

Match Reports: West Bromwich Albion 0-1 Chelsea


The most recent in that run was a comfortable 3-0 win over Middlesbrough on Monday. Chelsea won the match 0-1 meanin. "We are looking forward to a game of football which has three points riding on it, nothing else". Cahill admits the players vowed to make amends and said: "It's a motivation we have had - tasting disappointment previous year and not wanting to be anywhere near that again". Read More »

Turkish military says kills 11 militants after Kurdish YPG fire from Syria

It is particularly frustrated by the use of YPG fighters in a planned US -led offensive to retake Islamic State's Syrian stronghold of Raqqa on the northeast bank of the Euphrates river, an operation Ankara has long sought to join. On Saturday, more US troops in armored vehicles arrived in Kurdish areas, passing through the town of Qamishli, close to the border with Turkey. A senior Kurdish official, Ilham Ahmad, also told AP that the U.S. Read More »

ZTE Blade X Max Smartphone Announced


From tomorrow onwards i.e. The device retails at $150 and will be available through Cricket wireless carrier. The phone has a 6 inch Full HD display, along with that it also has 3,400 mAH battery. 9,600). For pictures, it had a 13MP primary camera and 5MP sensor on front for selfies. The smartphone also features a fingerprint scanner, present at the back beneath camera module. Read More »

Death toll in Baluchistan attack at 25


The dead included Maulana Haideri's driver, his personal assistant, and various security guards. Paramilitary troops and a bomb disposal squad were deployed outside the nearby madrassa, where Pakistani, Afghan, Chinese and Bangladeshi flags were hung - showing the nationalities of students - ahead of the ceremony. Read More »