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Man with knives arrested near UK Parliament identified


In the aftermath of the attack, armed police were deployed at every gate to Parliament and street patrols were increased. The area around parliament has been on a state of heightened alert since a deadly attack on March 22 perpetrated by Khalid Masood, a 52-year-old convert to Islam. Lire la suite »

President Trump Threatens Fmr. FBI Dir. James Comey

In other words, while Comey remains to be a partisan issue, the bigger news surrounding Russian Federation and the Trump campaign seem to raising more eyebrows across party lines. "I will have group conference calls with multiple witnesses", Watts said. Since Comey's dismissal, there had been conflicting accounts of their conversation. Lire la suite »

Cyber attack disrupting British NHS was international: May

The hacking tool was leaked by a group calling itself the Shadow Brokers, which has been dumping stolen NSA hacking tools online since past year. That connection has given critics of USA hacking ammunition for their argument that governments finding flaws in commercial technologies and keeping them secret for the goal of exploiting them can carry a public risk. Lire la suite »

South Korea's new president moves to soothe tensions with China

Two sources with knowledge of the situation said the USA embassy in Beijing had submitted a diplomatic note to China's foreign ministry, saying that inviting North Korea sent the wrong message at a time when the world was trying to pressure Pyongyang over its repeated missile and nuclear tests. Lire la suite »

Trump to Comey: Better hope there are no 'tapes' of talks

Mr Trump followed his apparent warning to Mr Comey with another tweet referring to former national intelligence chief, James Clapper. The White House maintains that Mr Comey was sacked because of his improper handling of the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email server. Lire la suite »

Trump says will solve Israeli-Palestinian conflict in conference with Abbas

Lerman said that Trump is not "in the business of imposing parameters". Abbas said that the Palestinian Authority's strategic choice is to end the conflict. "That's his legitimacy, is to say no", Quandt says. Still, Trump , the self-proclaimed master dealmaker, thinks he can be the one to broker a deal. Despite the passage of the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995 by the U.S. Lire la suite »

May says British hospitals not deliberately targeted in cyber attack

A spokeswoman for Portugal Telecom said: "We were the target of an attack, like what is happening in all of Europe, a large scale-attack, but none of our services was affected". Lidov said that the attack involved demands of payment of $300 worth to free up the system. "Once a transfer has been made, it's final". As with all ransomware attacks, the only surefire ways to resolve the issue are to either pay the ransom or hope you have a backup. Lire la suite »

South Korea President Wants to Limit US Sanctions on North

North Korea, which considers China its sole major diplomatic ally and economic benefactor, is also expected to send a delegation to the two-day meeting in Beijing, the Chinese foreign ministry has said. The former nuclear negotiator, who appeared in Tokyo as part of a bipartisan delegation of former USA officials and members of Congress, said the threat from Pyongyang is real. Lire la suite »

Trump contradicts official White House line on Comey firing

Trump warned Comey Friday saying he "better hope" there are no "tapes" of the conversations between the two of them. The White House has refused to confirm or deny whether someone in the West Wing is in possession of a recording of a dinner between President Donald Trump and former FBI Director James Comey that Mr Trump has implied could challenge Mr Comey's description of that evening. Lire la suite »

Photos of Trump's closed-door meeting with Russian officials raise eyebrows


The Russian "had to go through the same screening as a member of the US press going through the main gate to the [White House] briefing room", a senior administration official said . A Trump-Klimkin meeting had not been on the USA president's public agenda. "It's standard practice", the official said. John McCain - have said they were "troubled" by Trump's abrupt firing of Comey mid-investigation. Lire la suite »

A collision of free speech at a commencement


DeVos is a noted supporter of voucher schemes and " school choice " as opposed to federal oversight of the education system. The HBCUs, protesters said , were "born not out of mere choice, but out of necessity, in the face of racism". Before the address, activists lined a sidewalk. Jackson gave DeVos a hug after her speech, then took the podium when she left the stage. "The secretary says we should allow charter schools to come in and educate children if they are doing a better job than ... Lire la suite »

Don't fall for this computer virus scam!


Others display a porn-filled screen with a virus alert overlay and an advisory to call a toll-free number. The number connects callers to a sales agent at a call center who "confirms" the computer is infected and in need of services or software, according to the suit. Lire la suite »

Microsoft prepares Office desktop apps for Windows Store

So will you be using Windows 10 S on a PC soon? In addition to a code builder for "Minecraft: Education Edition", Microsoft wrote that Office 365 for Education added Microsoft Teams, a "digital hub that encourages active learning and redefines how teachers and students learn and collaborate together", according to Microsoft . Lire la suite »

US Attorney General Sessions Declares War on Poor, Black and Brown Communities

The American Civil Liberties Union said Sessions' move would return the government to failed policies and could prompt long mandatory minimum sentences . In some cases, mandatory minimum and recidivist enhancements statutes have resulted in unduly harsh sentences and perceived or actual disparities that do not reflect our Principles of Federal Prosecution. Lire la suite »

McMaster: No decision on sending more troops to Afghanistan

Gen. H.R. McMaster. The comment by United States national security adviser H.R. McMaster came just nine days after a White House visit by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in which Trump vowed to seek a historic peace deal but stopped short of explicitly recommitting to the eventual goal of Palestinian statehood, a longtime bedrock of U.S. Lire la suite »

Chelsea clinches EPL title with 1-0 win over West Brom


The last five managers to win the Premier League - Claudio Ranieri (Leicester), Jose Mourinho ( Chelsea ), Manuel Pellegrini (Manchester City), Alex Ferguson (Manchester United) and Roberto Mancini (City) - have only lasted at their clubs for one more season at the longest. Lire la suite »

BSP's Naseemuddin Siddiqui questioned by UP Police


In a recent development within the BSP, the party supremo on Thursday said Siddiqui was made in-charge of western Uttar Pradesh during the assembly election, but she got complaints from people alleging that he was a "blackmailer". Earlier in the day, coming down heavily on Mayawati, Naseemuddin accused the former of labelling the Muslims as "traitors" after the debacle in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. Lire la suite »

Chicago Police Officer Shot In Garfield Park Is Expected To Survive


The officer was hit in his bulletproof vest and taken to Loyola Hospital, where his condition was not available but he was listed as "stable", said Chicago Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. Both officers have been officially discharged from the hospital. Kristin Donaldsen, the emergency physician treating the officer, said that had the officer not been wearing a bulletproof vest the gunshot wound could have been fatal. Lire la suite »

No charges for white Nashville officer in black man's death


At one point, Clemmons pulled out a gun an pointed it at Officer Lippert. He had a gun in his hand. "Had he kept running and this was an unarmed person that was shot in the back, it would be a completely different situation". And Mayor Megan Barry has proposed spending $23 million to equip police officers with body cameras and install dash cams in their vehicles. She spoke at the press conference of the impact of the shooting on the community. Lire la suite »