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Des hôpitaux britanniques cibles d'attaques informatiques

Cette dernière est de dimension "internationale " et a touché " plusieurs pays et organisations ", a-t-elle précisé. Un peu plus tôt, le NHS avait fait savoir qu " un certain nombre d'organisations' avaient été 'affectées par des attaques informatiques'. Read More »

Huge cyber attack forces Microsoft to offer free tech fix


He said that Russian Federation and India were hit particularly hard, in large part because the older Windows XP operating software is still widely used in the countries. After an emergency government meeting Saturday in London, Britain's home secretary said one in five of 248 National Health Service groups had been hit. Read More »

China's Xi offers indebted Greece strong support

Chinese President Xi Jinping offered the prime minister of deeply indebted Greece strong support on Saturday, saying the two countries should expand cooperation in infrastructure, energy and telecommunications. Erdogan is in China to attend the Belt and Road Forum that will officially begin in the capital Beijing on Sunday. He said the Belt and Road Initiative holds great vision and importance, and is conducive to the connectivity of energy, trade, transport and Internet across the ... Read More »

Trump adviser in conflict of interest controversy

Networking, connecting, pitching - it's all routine in the business world. Some Chinese refer to the residency authorization as a " golden visa ". "Jared has done everything to comply with the ethics rules. " Abuse of power pure and simple". The EB-5 visas have proved particularly popular among wealthy Chinese, who in 2014 accounted for almost 90 percent of the 10,000 of the visas the us approved that year, although its share dropped to about 75 percent last year. Read More »

Donald Trump says 'fast decision' possible on new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

When asked whether he could announce a nominee by Friday, when he is scheduled to leave for the Middle East and Europe on his first trip overseas as president, Trump responded, "Even that is possible". Garcia served as assistant secretary for Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. attorney under former president George W. Bush. Rogers came endorsed by the FBI Agents Association, which said his diverse background makes him the best choice for the job. Read More »

China, Pakistan Sign Six Memorandums of Understanding to Enhance Bilateral Ties

The initiative refers to the Silk Road Economic Belt that links China with Europe through Central and Western Asia by inland routes, and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road connecting China with Southeast Asia, Africa and Europe by sea. There were deputy Prime Minister Krishna Bahadur Mahara and Foreign Minister Prakash Sharan Mahat in the ceremony. Bangladesh and the Maldives will also have official representations. Read More »

Politicos hail Supreme Court judgement in Nirbhaya case


For nearly five years, the father of a young woman who was raped on December 16, 2012, and died of injuries 13 days later, had slept fitfully. Congress President Sonia Gandhi said on Friday that justice has been delivered in the Nirbhaya case and that the court verdict is a reminder to work tirelessly for building a safe environment for women. Read More »

Pope nixes Medjugorje visions but says shrine has benefits

As for her reasons for leaving the commission, Pope Francis said, "she is a little bit right because there are so many cases that are delayed". Over the past several days, church groups, families and individuals have made their way to Fatima, 90 miles north of Lisbon. Read More »

Korean missile travels 450 miles

Donald Trump has been briefed on North Korea's latest missile launch and believes Russian Federation must be unhappy with the firing as the missile fell close to the country, the White House said Sunday. "It is possibly a new type of missile", Japanese Defense Minister Tomomi Inada said. South Korean President Moon Jae-in, right, presides over a meeting of the National Security Council at the presidential Blue House in Seoul, South Korea, May 14, 2017. Read More »

I was going to fire Comey no matter what

Richard Burr of North Carolina, the committee chairman, responded to Trump's comments by saying, "I found [Comey] to be one of the most ethical, upright, straightforward individuals I've had the opportunity to work with". Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., said, "The timing of this firing is wrong to anyone with a semblance of ethics". In a statement, Grassley said that Comey had previously briefed him and the panel's top Democrat, Senator Dianne Feinstein, and that the lawmakers "heard nothing that ... Read More »

Boy was assaulted by classmate before killing himself

Twelve minutes in that detective calls attention to this student who he says appears to be hit in the stomach sending him to all fours. The detective told school officials the boy tried to shake the bully's hand and was thrown to the ground. Read More »

North Korea ballistic missile launch challenges new leader in South Korea

Experts said Sunday's test showed a considerably longer range than missiles North Korea had previously tested, meaning it had probably made improvements since its February test. The lawmaker said he had a conversation on various issues with his North Korean counterpart. President Donald Trump said Saturday that "I can't talk about" any plans his administration might have to counter North Korea's weapons aspirations but that "we're having some very good thoughts". Read More »

Burr: No evidence so far of Trump campaign-Russia collusion

Trump said he would not talk about the existence of any tapes. He said that while he received a scathing assessment of Comey's performance from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Monday, that memo was not a catalyst for his dramatic decision as the White House had said earlier. Read More »

Valls: "Hollande et Macron sont méchants"


Manuel Valls confie avoir " réfléchi à arrêter " après sa défaite à la primaire socialiste fin janvier mais avoir estimé être nécessaire en ce moment de recomposition politique. On en a parlé avec Anne (son épouse, NDLR). Valls, n'ayant toujours pas digéré cette humiliation, a qualifié Emmanuel Macron de " méchant ". " On a besoin de moi au Parlement ". Read More »

The non-mother who started Mother's Day


Another reason is that she felt holidays in America were biased toward men, so she started a letter campaign to make her visions a reality. Anna Jarvis got the inspiration of celebrating Mother's Day from her own mother Mrs. The arty mom was no good at money, but the other mother taught me how to budget and save. It is not related to the many celebrations of mothers and motherhood that have occurred throughout the world over thousands of years. Read More »

Senate holds key to better health care insurance

Collins was critical of the bill because she believed there were too many unknowns, noting that the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) still hadn't provided an analysis of the new bill, and she added that she would be troubled by a bill that defunds Planned Parenthood. Read More »

Amtrak engineer faces charges in fatal 2015 derailment

Shapiro filed the felony "catastrophe" charge along with misdemeanors counts, including eight counts of manslaughter and reckless endangerment. Criminal charges have been filed against the engineer of the Amtrak train in the deadly crash in Philadelphia in May of 2015. Read More »

South Korean military: North Korea launches projectile

He says Japan and the USA also started discussing the sanctions on North Korea, but did not elaborate. Whatever the type of missile, the launch forces the new South Korean leader, Moon Jae-in, to put dealing with Pyongyang, at least for now, above the domestic economic agenda he'd made a priority during his early days in office. Read More »

Justice Department directs federal prosecutors to charge maximum sentences


Comey. "They deserve to be unhandcuffed and not micro-managed from Washington ". This policy affirms our responsibility to enforce the law, is moral and just, and produces consistency. Senator Rand Paul , a medical doctor, said in a statement that "mandatory minimums have unfairly and disproportionately incarcerated too many minorities for too long". Read More »

Magnitude 5.7 earthquake in northeast Iran leaves 3 dead


It hit Pish Qaleh region in North Khorasan Province at 22:30 local time (1800 GMT) on Saturday, Iran Seismological Center said. ISNA said more than 370 people were also injured and more than a third of houses in the area suffered damage. The epicenter was just 50 kilometers from Iran's border with Turkmenistan in the town of Pishqaleh, which has a population of about 2,000 people. In 2003, a 6.6 magnitude quake flattened historic city of Bam, killing 26,000 people. Read More »

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

In a striking reversal one day earlier, Trump told NBC News that he planned to fire Comey even before meeting with top-ranking Justice Department officials and soliciting their recommendations on his performance. Mr. Comey again replied that he would give him "honesty" and did not pledge his loyalty, according to the account of the conversation. Mr Comey has not publicly discussed any conversations he had with Trump. Read More »