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Companies Affected by Global Cyber Attack

When the systems of several hospitals across the United Kingdom went down simultaneously on Friday, a pop-up message appeared saying, "Ooops, your files have been encrypted". Security experts are still trying to get their arms around the problem. Alan Woodward, visiting professor of computing at the University of Surrey, said there was evidence the ransomware was spreading using a Microsoft flaw exposed in a recent leak of information from U.S. Read More »

Mets suspend RHP Harvey 3 days

Mets sources claimed the team was simply checking on the pitcher after messages had gone unreturned, while those close to Harvey say he saw it as the team trying to see if he was actually at home and truly ill. In his first season after having a rib removed to treat thoracic outlet syndrome, the 28-year-old Harvey has struggled to a 2-2 record with a 5.14 ERA over 35 innings. Read More »

Tennessee legislature passes free tuition program


Bill Haslam's gas tax hike and other budget issues. Lamar Alexander on Thursday said Governor Haslam's signature on legislation approved by the Tennessee General Assembly will give Tennesseans "an opportunity to decide whether we want our landscape littered with unreliable wind turbines over two times as tall as the skyboxes at the University of Tennessee football stadium". Read More »

Trump's warning for sacked Federal Bureau of Investigation boss


Comey declined to make that pledge. "The integrity of our law enforcement agencies and their leadership is of the utmost importance to President Trump". He said in an interview on Thursday with NBC News that Comey gave him this assurance during the White House dinner and in two phone conversations. I hope you won't either. Read More »

Norway's largest trade union calls for blanket boycott of Israel


Jonas Gahr Store, who leads the left-leaning Labor Party, says the move by the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (LO) says would not bring progress on a political solution to the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. Virtually all major player in Israel's industrial and economic sector have dealings with or offices in Israeli settlements, a fact that has contributed to such calls by LO being interpreted as a call for a blanket boycott on the Israeli economy. Read More »

No, Trump didn't invent 'prime the pump'


In a normal week in Washington, a week in which the president didn't unexpectedly fire the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and spark accusations of Watergate-style obstruction of justice, Donald Trump's interview with The Economist would have been at the top of the news. Read More »

'Wannacry' Ransomeware Attack Hits Businesses In Dozens Of Countries


It is an worldwide attack. "We know it's affected up to 100 countries". CNN has not independently confirmed that number. Some of the hospitals tweeted that they were taking precautionary measures to protect patients. "They said the system was down and that they can not transfer anyone till the computer system was back up", Brennan said. After the IT system hack crept across England on Friday, the health service declared a major incident and medics were forced to cancel routine operations ... Read More »

North Korea to extradite plot to kill culprits

North Korea demanded on Thursday the handover of "terror suspects who plotted to kill leader Kim Jong-un with a biochemical substance", repeating accusations it made last week that US and South Korean spies were behind the plan. Tokyo disbursed 1 billion yen ($8.9 million) past year to a South Korean fund to help former comfort women and their families in line with the terms of the deal. Read More »

New Hamas chief pledges support to hunger-striking prisoners

Ismail Haniya was named on Saturday as the new chief of Islamic Hamas movement after he won in the recent internal elections, a spokesman for the movement in Gaza announced, China " s Xinhua news agency reported. It stresses however that its struggle is not against Jews due to their religion but against Israel as an occupier. "Rebranding" in particular needs to show Hamas as an Islamic national liberation movement, not a branch of the fundamentalist organization "Muslim brotherhood". Read More »

Syrian Kurdish forces say they will push on to IS capital

The Trump administration has not specified the kinds of arms to be provided, but USA officials have indicated that 120mm mortars, machine guns, ammunition and light armored vehicles were possibilities. "We don't need any other forces to be our partner", he said. Arming the Kurds is a good first step. "Turkey knows that the US position is serious". Read More »

'Biggest ransomware attack in history' targets nearly 100 countries


In addition to Russian Federation, the biggest targets appeared to be Ukraine and India, nations where it is common to find older, unpatched versions of Windows in use, according to the security firm. The NHS Digital said it was aware of the problem and would release more details soon. On Wednesday, hackers disputed the websites of several French media companies and aerospace giant Airbus.Also, the hack happened four weeks before a British parliamentary election in which national security ... Read More »

Experts strive to restore NHS computers — NHS cyber-attack


However, researchers with security software maker Avast said they had observed 57,000 infections in 99 countries, also citing Taiwan among the top targets. "I don't believe it will have been a targeted attack, but will simply have been that the ransomware has sought out those organizations that are running susceptible devices", he said. Read More »

Funcom Launching Free-to-Play Secret World Legends June 26


The game now has a more immersive story and facilitates better cooperative play. The combat and weapon system has been revamped to make the game feel more responsive and action packed. Now take a look at the Secret World Legends features trailer, it's looking quite tasty. The developers of the highly anticipated Secret World Legends have now confirmed that the game will be available on PC systems next month from June 26th onwards via the Steam Games network. Read More »

Alfa Romeo Stelvio Starts at $41995


Both the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and Stelvio Ti will go on sale this summer. Planned to be offered initially in two guises priced closed together, the base Stelvio will start at $42,990, while the sportier Stelvio Ti trim will start at $44,990, placing it well within the herd of offerings from Team Germany. Read More »

Tillerson signs global declaration recognizing climate change

Tillerson passed a birchwood gavel to Finland's Foreign Minister Timo Soini, ending two years of the USA chairing the council. High-level officials from the world's eight Arctic nations will meet in. "We are focused on ensuring that decisions are not taken at these meetings that would prejudice our future policy, undermine the competitiveness of USA businesses, or hamper our broader objective of advancing USA economic growth and prosperity", a State Department official said. Read More »

Une sénatrice allaite son bébé en pleine séance — Australie


Ni une ni deux, Larissa Waters n'a pas hésité à répondre aux besoins de son enfant et elle lui a donné le sein pour l'allaiter . La représentante des verts reprenait son poste pour la première fois au parlement fédéral depuis la naissance de sa deuxième fille, après un congé maternité de 10 semaines. Read More »

Global KVM Switches Market 2017-2021: CAGR, Drivers, Opportunities, Challenges, Manufacturers & Forecast


The Global Military Personal Protective Equipments Sales Industry report contains a complete product overview and its scope in the market to define the key terms and provide the clients a holistic idea of the market and its tendencies. Inside this section, the Lavender Essential Oil Global report explains the Lavender Essential Oil market share of top leading competitors, detailed information on the company profile, Lavender Essential Oil product details and specifications, Lavender Essential ... Read More »

Jean-Marie Bornet condamné avec sursis

Jean-Marie Bornet a été licencié de son poste de chef de la communication et de la prévention de la police cantonale valaisanne le 22 avril. En effet, le Ministère public a classé une dénonciation d'une juge du tribunal de Martigny pour instigation à faux témoignage et abus d'autorité, tout en mettant la moitié des frais de procédure à la charge du policier. Read More »

Trump on Comey 'tapes': 'I can't talk about that'

Sen. Dick Durbin D-Ill., called Trump " dangerous " on Friday in the wake of Trump's post on Twitter that suggested he taped a conversation with Comey . "As a very active President with lots of things happening, it is not possible for my surrogates to stand at podium with ideal accuracy!", the president tweeted. Read More »

White House: Trump's morning tweets about Comey 'not a threat'

The only in-person instance Trump described was a conversation at a "nice dinner" in which the president's status was discussed. By Trump's account, narrated in an interview to NBC, Comey sought the meeting to ask to continue his job, although FBI Directors are appointed to a ten-year term and Comey is only in his third year. Read More »

UK government in dark over who behind cyber attack

The UK's state-run National Health Service declared a "major incident" after the attack, which forced some hospitals to divert ambulances and scrap operations. Russia's interior and emergencies ministries, as well as the country's biggest bank, Sberbank, confirmed they had been targeted. Hospitals across Britain found themselves without access to their computers or phone systems. Read More »

The Russian government embarrassed the White House


In addition to posting the Lavrov-Trump picture, the foreign ministry also posted video of Lavrov joking about Comey's firing. However, an administration official told the Washington Post that White House rooms are "swept routinely" for listening devices. Read More »

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 »