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NHS hospitals hacked: Operations cancelled after cyberattack

According to Alan Woodward, a visiting professor of computing at the University of Surrey, this particular malware emerged in February, and it has one objective: "to extort money in return for releasing the data it has encrypted". It initially said 16 NHS organizations had reported being hit, and more reports came in as the day went on. "And some of them may not be well prepared for such attacks", Camacho said. Read More »

Erdogan exhorte les USA à revenir sur l'armement des Kurdes syriens


Canikli sur la chaîne A Haber. La décision de la Maison Blanche d'autoriser le Pentagone à armer les Unités de protection du peuple kurde (YPG), qu'Ankara considère comme un groupe " terroriste ", a été annoncée mardi, à une semaine d'un déplacement du président turc Recep Tayyip Erdogan à Washington. Read More »

Blade Runner 2049 official trailer debuts


Unfortunately, though, is seems like neither of these theories are true, and that the sequel is going with the most bland, vanilla interpretation of the original Blade Runner's ending-that Deckard is a boring old human, riding off into the sunset to live a full and grumpy life until Ryan Gosling comes knocking on his door thirty years later. Read More »

The Real Housewives of Atlanta


Your successful family, marriage and businesses bother her", one person wrote to Kandi Burruss , while another added, "Kandi I didn't feel or see u have any compassion for Porsha. I think it's safe to say that no one, including theses Housewives, will ever forget the RHOA Season 9 reunion. Kandi said some things. So I apologized. Read More »

After 49 years, Israel news show scrapped hour before airing


It has been more than three years - and much political wrangling - in the making. Mr Netanyahu has said the shutdown of the struggling state-run broadcaster is part of reforms to create a new replacement organization. Employees of the IBA TV station were previously told that the changeover would not take place until May 15 which is why the news came as such a shock. Read More »

Russian, South Korean presidents hold telephone conversation

House of Representatives should think twice", the committee said in its letter, a copy of which was published by the KCNA state news agency. The conversations were dominated by how to respond to North Korea's rapidly developing nuclear and ballistic missile programs, which are in violation of U.N. Read More »

After Macron Win, France's Main Parties Fret Over Parliament Elections


Mr. Macron, though the victor of the presidential election on Sunday, could be facing an uphill battle next month as many doubt his new party, Le Republique En Marche!, will be able to form a majority in the National Assembly. "Standing up to such voices of intolerance and hatred, defending our citizens against vicious acts of terror, is a task of paramount importance that stands before us all, and Israel is your partner in this mission", he said. Read More »

Trump's warning to Comey deepens White House crisis

If Trump did end up cancelling the long-held tradition of White House press briefings, instead just addressing the media "every two weeks" or so, as he said in the clip, he certainly wouldn't be needing a press secretary. "That's not a threat", Spicer said of the tweet. Former President Barack Obama's ethics czar Norm Eisen also tweeted concern. Trump has also vented his frustration with media coverage focusing on the White House's often-contradictory accounts of how and why he made a ... Read More »

Kapil Mishra to visit ACB office today

Mishra, who was attacked by an alleged AAP worker on Wednesday, said that the attacker was a memebre of mohalla clinic. Sisodia said Mishra was sacked because there were complaints about inflated water bills of consumers and water was not reaching colonies where new lines had been laid. Read More »

Ireland into quarter finals despite 7-0 loss


Having lost 1-0 to Serbia in their opening C match last week, Colin O'Brien's side bounced back with a 2-1 victory over Bosnia & Herzegovina on Sunday. Were they to be eliminated at that quarter-final stage, Ireland could still secure a place in the Under-17 World Cup held in India later this year depending on the margin of their defeat. Read More »

Syria safe zones to come into force

The other three zones are in northern Homs province, the Eastern Ghouta region east of Damascus and along the Jordanian border in southern Syria. The Syrian regime supported the de-escalation plan, but said it would continue to fight what it termed terrorist groups. Read More »

President Trump Doubles Down on Idea of Ending White House Press Briefings

Comey has not publicly discussed any conversations he has had with Trump. "My decision." Holt pressed further and Trump said , "But regardless of recommendation, I was going to fire Comey ". In an early-morning tweetstorm Friday, Trump suggested there might be recordings of his conversations with Comey that could be used to undercut anything the former director might tell the public. Read More »

Did Trump just admit to obstruction of justice?

Turns out, it was Trump's idea. Trump also said that at the dinner, he and Comey discussed whether the United States top cop would stay in his role and continue his ten-year term. Comey reportedly told Trump he would always be honest with him, adding that he was not "reliable" in the political sense. Some are also raising questions about the propriety of Trump pressing the police for information about himself. Read More »

Comey Firing Won't Stop Russia Probe

Trump said in a tweet that he followed up in a second missive: "Maybe the best thing to do would be to cancel all future "press briefings" and hand out written responses for the sake of accuracy???" Trump also hit back on Friday at media reports questioning the credibility of White House accounts of why Comey was sacked, which have changed over the course of the week, and threatened an end to regular White House press briefings. Read More »

Venezuelan Women Protesters Face Security Forces


The latest victim appears to be a student shot dead Thursday in the northern state of Anzoátegui, where his shooter managed to escape on a motorcycle. He cited information he said was given by the officers' families. The Maduro government has also accused the opposition of not wanting to engage in talks, instead looking to achieve his ouster by any means necessary. Read More »

Chibok girls released in exchange for Boko Haram suspects


The freed young women were flown Sunday by military helicopters from northeastern Nigeria to Abuja , the capital, where they were expected to meet the president. "Despite the many setbacks, hurdles and periods of discouragement, the government, civil society and the citizens all stood together, and today we have this victory that we are enjoying as one people". Read More »

Trump Keeps Controversies Smoldering With a Warning for Comey


Trump told Comey he needed his loyalty. The saying was backed by White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders who said Wednesday that Trump had met with Sessions and Rosenstein on Monday to discuss Comey's role in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and asked them to submit a written recommendation. Read More »

Trump lawyers assert without evidence that Trump has no Russian income

The lawyers also noted that Trump very likely has received undisclosed payments from Russians for hotel rooms, rounds of golf and Trump-licensed products, such as wine, ties and mattresses. In it, the authors explain that they have served as tax counsel for Trump and The Trump Organization since 2005. Eric Trump has denied that the conversation took place. Read More »

Le Pen calls for overhaul of her National Front party

In Congress, Speaker of the House of Representatives Paul Ryan offered unambiguous congratulations to France's new leader: "We look forward to working with him to build on the strong relationship between the USA and France", Ryan tweeted. Read More »

Britain's health service hit by international cyberattack


In a statement released around 11:30 a.m. ET, the system's digital office said, "This attack was not specifically targeted at the NHS and is affecting organizations from across a range of sectors". Senior officials at the "highest levels" of the U.S. government met late Friday to see what, if anything, they could do to stop the attacks and confront the potential for it to proliferate inside the U.S. Read More »

New South Korean president in calls with China, Japan leaders


South Korea's new president Moon Jae-in has told China he will send a special delegation to Beijing to discuss the North Korean nuclear crisis and the USA missile defence system that has blighted relations between the two countries. In that sense, it's notable that Trump has invited Moon to have a candid conversation with him. Moon responded that he's aware of China's concerns and asked Xi to help resolve the difficulties facing South Korean businesses in China, it said. Read More »

Hospitals across England hit by major cyber-attack

It said the majority of the attacks targeted Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan. Last November, the World Health Organization lifted its worldwide Zika emergency, but has warned that Zika is "here to stay", even when cases decline, and that combating the virus will be a ongoing battle, the AP reported. Read More »