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Syrian fighters take back town, dam from IS

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A top Syrian Kurdish official said Wednesday, May 10, 2017 , that the US decision to arm Kurdish fighters with heavier weapons will help legitimize the force, which is denounced as a terrorist organization by Turkey. Prior to Thursday's meeting, Yildirim had warned that "there is still an opportunity for the United States to take Turkey's sensitivities into consideration". Read More »

Visual Studio 2017 for macOS is now available to all

From the cloud to mobile, Microsoft on day 2 of its Build developers conference announced important new additions to the Xamarin cross-platform development tools. Microsoft acquired mobile app development company Xamarin in February 2016. Developers can download the new Visual Studio for Mac here. Live Player will let you see your code changes live in your app in real-time. Read More »

Iran: presidential campaign breaks boundaries

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In three hours of blazing exchanges with his rivals, he took on targets once seen as all but untouchable, including the judicial establishment and Iran's powerful Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), the religious military force that controls much of Iran's economy and is more powerful than even the country's national army. Read More »

Trump suggests he may cancel all White House press briefings

On Tuesday, White House press secretary Sean Spicer had said Trump acted based on the recommendation of Sessions and Rosenstein. The White House said on Tuesday night that Rosenstein had independently recommended that Trump relieve Comey of his responsibilities because of his mishandling of the Clinton email investigation. Read More »

Global cyber-attack's success largely rests with laziness, neglect, procrastination

A large cyberattack crippled computer systems at. He began analyzing a sample of the malicious software and noticed its code included a hidden web address that wasn't registered. Security officials in Britain urged organizations to protect themselves by updating their security software fixes, running anti-virus software and backing up data elsewhere. Read More »

Rafael Nadal beats Novak Djokovic to reach Madrid Open final

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Only a magnificent drop shot from Nadal at break point down denied Djokovic the chance to break back to 5-5, but it summed up perfectly the mood Nadal is in at the moment. His quality was very high. Thiem is sure to be even more of an underdog for his fight against clay king Nadal as a result, with limited time not only to prepare for his biggest match of the year thus far, but to recover from his qualifier overall. Read More »

UK's health system recovers from cyber attack

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Yet for hospitals, there's no easy way to prevent this kind of attack. The virus is usually covertly installed on to computers by hiding within emails containing links, which users are tricked into opening. Paying tribute to those who worked to limit the impact, Ms Rudd said: "We've talked about how we can make sure the NHS can remain robust, that patients come first, and I'd like to commend the work that NHS staff have done to ensure that hospitals and patient surgeries are going to ... Read More »

North Korea fires ballistic missile

Moon won Tuesday's election on a platform of a moderate approach to North Korea and has said he would be willing to go to Pyongyang under the right circumstances, arguing dialogue must be used in parallel with sanctions to resolve its neighbour's defiance of the global community. Read More »

Trump at Liberty University Bashes 'Critics' in First Commencement Address

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Trump's remarks Saturday on the Lynchburg , Virginia, campus will mark his first extended public appearance since he fired James Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director this week. President Trump also received an honorary doctorate degree from Liberty University, therefore, folks on Twitter are making plenty of quips about Dr. Read More »

'Fast decision' possible on new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

On Tuesday, the White House announced Comey was sacked as Trump's decision came at the recommendation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, who laid out the case for axing Comey in a memo that detailed his mishandling of the investigation into Clinton's private email server. Read More »

CYBER ATTACK: NHS battles back after attack but operations still cancelled

Two security firms Kaspersky Lab and Avast said they had identified the malware behind the attack in upward of 70 countries, although both said the attack has hit Russian Federation hardest. The cyber-attack that disrupted computers in most of Scotland's health boards on Friday has been isolated, the Scottish government has said. The national railway system said that although it was attacked, rail network operations were unaffected. Read More »

Officer fired, but no arrest made in murder of 15-year-old

Balch Springs Police Chief Jonathan Haber said at a Tuesday news conference that Oliver had violated the department policy, though he did not explain which policies he was referring to or how Oliver violated them. "We are declaring war on bad policing", he said as Jordan's parents sat silently beside him, wiping their eyes with tissues and gazing downwards. "We are exhausted of making the same rhetorical demands, of having the same hashtags; our community is fed up with the same exhausted ... Read More »

Donald Trump was ready to fire James Comey on entering White House

Mr Trump said the candidates were "outstanding people" and "very well known". "They've been vetted over their lifetime essentially, but very well known, highly respected, really talented people". The first candidate to arrive was Alice Fisher, a high-ranking Justice Department official in the George W Bush administration. One of the main questions Feinstein wanted to be discussed in the committee's public hearings is that "whether the FBI director was sacked to disrupt an investigation into ... Read More »

North Korea Launches Missile, Trump Speculates On Russia Response

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he and South Korean President Moon Jae-in discussed by phone North Korea's latest missile test, while his top national security adviser also spoke with his USA counterpart. Experts said Sunday's test showed a considerably longer range than missiles North Korea had previously tested, meaning it had likely made improvements since its February test. Read More »

Boy, 8, Killed Himself 2 Days After Assault at School

There was no mention of what happened in the bathroom, Branch told CNN . The boy then jumps in the face of another student in a "menacing manner". It then shows Gabriel trying to shake the bully's hand and being thrown against a wall, knocking him unconscious, the attorneys said. Read More »

Cyber attack hits 200000 in at least 150 countries -Europol

In a blog post Saturday, MalwareTech explained he returned from lunch with a friend on Friday and learned that networks across Britain's health system had been hit by ransomware, tipping him off that "this was something big". The cyberattack that spread malicious software around the world, shutting down networks at hospitals , banks and government agencies, was stemmed by a young British researcher and an affordable domain registration, with help from another 20-something security engineer ... Read More »

China calls for restraint after North Korea missile launch

North Korea carried out a provocative new ballistic missile test early Sunday, sending a projectile to a higher altitude and closer to Russian Federation than any of its recent tests, according to officials. And it says South Korea and Japan have been watching this situation closely with the U.S. 'Let this latest provocation serve as a call for all nations to implement far stronger sanctions against North Korea, ' the statement concluded. Read More »

Trump just conceded he was lying about why he fired Comey

Following Comey's sacking, however, the top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer argued that the furor had irreparably compromised Rosenstein, and that the appointment of a counsel should not be left in his hands. Leaders of the US intelligence agencies, including Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and CIA chief Mike Pompeo, testified to the senators on Thursday that they agreed with that finding. Read More »

This Texas Bill Could Keep Trans Kids Out of Sports

Bills not approved by midnight aren't dead, but need some maneuvering to live on. Blanco said administering fewer tests would save the state money. Top Republicans vowed to hit back at the U.S. Supreme Court, which last summer struck down most of Texas' tough 2013 abortion law — but so far have passed very little. Read More »

Local ranchers optimistic about new United States trade deal with China

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Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles yesterday applauded the announcement made by the Trump administration that China has chose to end its embargo on beef imports from the United States. Trade experts outside government also questioned the magnitude of the deal. Steinbeisser said the announcements have already had an effect on prices. Read More »