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Parents demonstrate at school where 8-year-old was bullied


The local coroner has since reopened her investigation into the boy's death. He hanged himself with a necktie in the bedroom of his Cincinnati apartment on January 26. A coroner's spokesman says new evidence prompted the reopening, but he wouldn't say what that evidence is. District officials and attorneys for Gabriel's mother have disputed what the mother was told the day Gabriel was knocked unconscious. Read More »

Korea will talk to United States "if conditions are there", says diplomat

Over the past month tensions between North Korea and the United States have risen sharply. Trump also announced plans to send a team of senior advisors to South Korea to discuss the matter of Moon's US visit and said Moon would be welcomed with respectful treatment as a foreign head of state, the Blue House said. Read More »

Trump Yanks Tweet Saying It Was 'Honor' To Host Abbas

A resolution "is frankly maybe not as hard as people have thought over the years", he explained, adding that he hoped "something terrific could come out between the Palestinians and Israel ". Speaking at a meeting aimed at getting people back around the table, Mr Trump said: 'I've always heard that perhaps the toughest deal to make is the deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Read More »

IS attack on US convoy kills 8 Afghans, wounds 3 US soldiers


No group has claimed responsibility for the attack as of yet. The Afghanistan media said the attack which occurred early morning took place near U.S. It is believed to have been targeted against a convoy of armored personnel carriers used by the NATO-led Resolute Support mission, according to witnesses and security officials. Read More »

College Students, Staff Protest Over Budget Cuts


The Board will hear reports from Colten Peterson, a Southeast graduating senior with a double major in physics and engineering physics; the outgoing and incoming Faculty Senate chairs and Student Government presidents; and on contracts and Facilities Management projects. Read More »

N Korea willing to meet with US if conditions right: diplomat

It is particularly noteworthy that President Trump reacted to the suggestion of talks with the exact same language he reacted recently to questions about starting a nuclear war in Korea, that "we'll see what happens". Trump later said he would be "honoured" to meet the North's leader, Kim Jong Un, under the right conditions. The North responded by pledging to retaliate with a devastating nuclear counterattack, a threat it has made in the past. Read More »

Acting FBI chief contradicts White House on Comey firing

Testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee, McCabe repeatedly â and at times bluntly â rejected some of the claims the White House has used to explain the firing and to describe the investigation. "And his career backs that up". In Trump's own letter to Comey, he said he was "accepting" a recommendation from Rosenstein and Sessions. McCabe's testimony undercut a White House narrative that has evolved in the two days since Comey was ousted. Read More »

NHS cyber -attack: Global Positioning System and hospitals hit by Ransomware

Spain's government also warned on Friday that a large number of its companies had been attacked by ransomware cyber attacks . Finance chiefs from the Group of Seven rich countries will commit on Saturday to join forces to fight the growing threat of worldwide cyber attacks , according to a draft statement of a meeting they are holding in Italy. Read More »

Ransomware infections reported worldwide

Power firm Iberdrola and utility provider Gas Natural were also reported to have suffered from the outbreak. A Los Angeles hospital paid $17,000 in bitcoin to ransomware hackers a year ago, after a cyber-attack locked doctors and nurses out of their computer system for days. Read More »

Iraq, US in talks to keep American troops after IS

United States forces in Iraq would be stationed inside existing Iraqi bases in at least five locations in the Mosul area and along Iraq's border with Syria , the Iraqi government official said . The northern city is where Iraq-born IS supremo Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi - who has urged his men to defend Mosul to the death - made his only public appearance in July that year. Read More »

Syria rejects global forces in safe zones

But he added that Russian Federation, as guarantor of the agreement, said there would be "military police and observation centers". STORMVILLE, N.Y. And the details are many, including who is going to monitor commitment to the deal and which party is going to enforce it, especially when Damascus seems to reject any United Nations role. Read More »

Global realtime cyber attack infect thousands of computers worldwide

It is feared computers in A&E wards, GP surgeries and other vital services across the NHS were infected with a virus based on hacking tools developed by U.S. Blackpool Hospitals NHS Trust, which includes six hospitals, said: "Please don't attend A&E unless it's an emergency", and, "Please avoid contacting your GP practice unless absolutely necessary". Read More »

IMF reaches staff-level agreement on second payment to Egypt


The accord, subject to the approval of the IMF's Executive Board, will allow Egypt to receive $1.25 billion. The efforts made by the government and the Central Bank of Egypt to "reform the economy", such as the liberalisation of the exchange rate, the introduction of a value-added tax, and energy subsidy reform, have all had significant effects, the statement reads. Read More »

Warner: Comey won't testify to intel panel next week

The president suggested, again over Twitter, that because he's such "a very active President", that his surrogates can't speak for him "with ideal accuracy". President Trump added fuel to the fire engulfing his White House on Friday by warning now-fired FBI Director James Comey not to reveal anything about their conversations. Read More »

Uk Hospitals Hit By Large-Scale Cyber Attack

On Saturday, a cyber security researcher told AFP he had accidentally discovered a " kill switch " that could prevent the spread of the ransomware. Finance chiefs from the Group of Seven rich countries will commit on Saturday to join forces to fight the growing threat of global cyber attacks, according to a draft statement of a meeting they are holding in Italy. Read More »

Massive ransomware cyber-attack hits almost 100 countries around the world

The issue was quickly politicised, as the United Kingdom is mid-election campaign and Labour has campaigned strongly on more funding for the NHS. Patients are asked for understanding whilst the issue is resolved. The Government and NHS bosses are now facing growing questions over the attack amid suggestions preventative measures could have been taken "months ago". Read More »

Here are the unanswered questions about Trump's 'tapes' warning to Comey

The long and short of it is that when Clapper said he wasn't aware of evidence of collusion during a March 5 Meet the Press interview, he didn't mean that such evidence doesn't exit - he simply wasn't looped in about the FBI's counterintelligence investigation, which unbeknownst to Clapper has been going on since July 2016 . Read More »

Amit Shah visit to change Telangana politics, says BJP


During his visit, Shah will attend 21 party meetings, BJP's state unit president Kummanom Rajasekharan told reporters after the party's core committee meeting. Shah will also meet party district unit presidents, during his visit to gear up the cadres for the next general elections. The BJP, which is yet to open its account in parliamentary polls from Kerala, in the 2016 assembly polls saw former Union Minister O. Read More »

Senate asks Trump associates for details on Russian contacts


Carter Page issued a lengthy response on Monday to a Senate Intelligence Committee leaders' statement questioning whether he was still willing to cooperate with the panel's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election. Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Republican strategist Roger Stone and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort are also among those the Senate intelligence committee has asked to provide information and documents related to its investigation. Read More »

Protesters say Republican has 'got to go'


When MacArthur started to tell the story about Gracie, who died two decades ago at age 11, someone yelled "Shame!", accusing the lawmaker of "using" his daughter's death to promote his political agenda. "I am not saying this is a flawless solution, but the current system isn't ideal either and that is what we are trying to fix", the congressman said in response to another question. Read More »

PHL delegation off to Geneva for United Nations human rights review


Surprisingly for India, several countries asked it to review FCRA to defend human rights activists. The assessment aims to determine whether a member state respects its human rights obligations in accordance with the UN Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, human rights instruments/treaties ratified by the state, voluntary pledges and commitments made by the state, and applicable worldwide humanitarian law. Read More »