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Turkey condemns United States move to arm Syrian Kurdish fighters


US-backed fighters hunted for jihadist holdouts in Syria's Tabqa today after overrunning the city and nearby dam in a step forward for their advance on Islamic State group stronghold Raqa. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis sought Thursday to ease Turkish concerns over the White House decision to arm a Syrian Kurdish group viewed as terrorists by Ankara. Read More »

Renault touché par la vague de cyberattaques internationales

L'usine de la filiale Revoz à Novo Mesto, en Slovénie, a notamment dû arrêter sa production dans la nuit de vendredi à samedi. Elle ne redémarrera pas avant dimanche. Le paiement doit intervenir dans les trois jours, ou le prix double, et si l'argent n'est pas versé dans les sept jours les fichiers piratés seront effacés, précise le message. Read More »

Météo: un samedi entre averses et éclaircies


L'atmosphère deviendra progressivement instable et des pluies et averses orageuses se déclencheront à nouveau. Les maxima atteindront 17 à 21° vendredi, sous un vent modéré de secteur sud à sud-ouest. Plus tard, le temps redeviendra sec. Le vent sera généralement modéré, tout d'abord de sud à sud-ouest, puis plus tard de sud-ouest à ouest. La météo ne sera pas vraiment meilleure la semaine prochaine . Read More »

Sea Lion With Gunshot Wounds Rescued By Vancouver Aquarium


After stabilizing him, the veterinary team gave the animal a full exam under general anesthetic on Tuesday. Dr. Martin Haulena, the aquarium's head veterinarian, says the sea lion's teeth are shattered, he is blind in one eye and the injuries indicate he's been in distress for weeks. Read More »

Student Transportation Inc (STB) Posts Earnings Results, Beats Estimates By $0.01 EPS


Student Transportation had a return on equity of 3.51% and a net margin of 0.71%. The company's 50-day moving average is $7.93 and its 200 day moving average is $7.61. Three research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and two have issued a buy rating to the stock. Student Transportation has a consensus rating of "Hold" and an average target price of $6.88. Read More »

Huge cyber attacks reported worldwide

Here is a photo of how the ransomware appears on infected computers. NHS hospitals were plunged into chaos today when their computer systems were hit by a massive security breach. NHS England described the incident as a "ransomware" attack. "It's stressful enough for someone going through recovery or treatment for cancer". "We are aware that a number of NHS (National Health Service) organizations have reported they have suffered from a ransomware attack", May said , while speaking on ... Read More »

Europa League: That was naive, says Jose Mourinho

Mourinho believes his side, currently sixth in the Premier League, will not now finish in the top four so must win the Europa League to reach next season's Champions League. The 1-0 win, with Michy Batshuayi's 82nd-minute goal, gave the club an unassailable 10-point lead over second-place Tottenham Hotspur, who have only three games to play. Read More »

Sacked AAP leader Kapil Mishra goes on hunger strike


The government had given Mishra 60 days to vacate the official bungalow allotted to him as a minister. A chartered accountant by profession, Bhardwaj had quit his job to work for the party, police said. Addressing a press conference, first mayor of the East Delhi Municipal Corporation, Dr. Annapurna Mishra said, "Today my son is being accused of being an agent of BJP.I never thought Arvind Kejriwal would behave in such a manner". Read More »

Russian Federation ready to play constructive role in resolving North Korea's nuclear threat

The talks collapsed in 2008 after North Korea launched a rocket. Regardless of China's actions, the real center of any strategy toward North Korea is, and always has been, close coordination with our allies, especially South Korea. South Korea's past decade of conservative rule has encouraged smooth relations with the U.S. Moon's more liberal approach could fuel tensions, as happened under a liberal South Korean government in the 2000s. Read More »

Bill Nelson amps up fundraising call ahead of Senate AHCA Vote


The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office is expected to release its analysis of the House bill this month. Trump, eager to deliver on a top campaign promise, sought Sunday to pressure Senate Republicans on the issue. McConnell plans to move forward under special procedures that allow legislation to pass with a simple majority vote, instead of the 60 usually required for major bills in the Senate. Read More »

Crushing loss for Labour points to big Tory majority in Commons

Liberal Democrats described early results as "patchy", with the party losing 41 seats and failing to make progress in their targets of Cardiff,
Somerset and Gloucestershire. Meanwhile, Labour slumped to become the third largest party in Scotland's councils, and was kicked out of power in its Glasgow heartland for the first time in nearly 40 years. Read More »

First Colombia FARC rebels complete disarmament


In a statement to the press, the 15-member Council on Thursday welcomed "the peaceful arrival of nearly 7,000 members of the FARC-EP [Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia-People's Army] in the agreed zones and points". However, the agreement was rejected by over 50 percent of Colombian voters in a referendum. Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC leaders then drafted a new version of the accord and the government pushed it through Congress despite resistance from critics. Read More »

LDS Church to end participation in Varsity, Venturing Boy Scout programs

The Mormon Church claims to want a more simplified program that is tailored to Mormon teenagers. She says after working in retail for a number of years, a friend encouraged her to take a job with the Boy Scouts . The Mormon church will withdraw older teenagers from the Boy Scouts of American starting next year, according to a report from the Associated Press. Read More »

UK PM Theresa May: Cyber attack on country's hospitals is 'international attack'

CNN has not independently confirmed that number. Eleven of Scotland's 14 NHS health boards were hit by the "ransomware" attack linked to other IT attacks around the world . "The only sensible way to tackle it is to "pull the plug" so that it can't spread any more until you can isolate the affected machines and work out a remediation plan". Read More »

Rain thwarts Tamim's hundred bid against Ireland


Led by Shakib Al Hasan in the absence of the suspended Mashrafe Mortaza, Bangladesh made a shaky start to their innings as Irish bowlers made full use of the overcast weather and the conducive surface on offer. The ground staff worked hard to try and squeeze in at least a 20-overs-a-side fixture, but that was not to be. The second game of the series will be played at the same venue with Ireland taking on New Zealand on Sunday. Read More »

Comey associates dispute Trump's account of conversations


All along, Trump's spokesmen insisted that his decision was not shaped by his growing fury with the Russian Federation controversy, including the FBI investigation overseen by Comey into Russia's interference with the 2016 presidential election and whether there had been any coordination with Trump associates. Read More »

Dog takes on bear twice his size


A brown bear like this one backed down from a standoff with a dog in California. Luckily, the dog was able to hold its ground, and the trespasser eventually left the yard. According to KTLA, Ba Bao, which means "meat bun" in Taiwanese, was adopted from the Palmdale Animal Control Center about a month ago, so it's likely that this is the first run-in it had with the bear. Read More »

No international force for Syria safe zones: Syrian FM

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said around 1,500 people were expected to leave the Damascus neighborhood of Barzeh on Monday, and more in the coming weeks. Russian Federation wants to close the safe zones to the US-led anti-terror coalition. But a State Department spokesman, Edgar Vasquez, disputed that assertion, saying it "makes no sense". Read More »