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I-75 re-opens near North Port after brush fire

The size of the brush fire has grown. No structures were burned, but firefighters battling dry and windy conditions said their biggest concern was protecting the city of North Port, west of the sprawling fire. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the road was closed just before 1 p.m. southbound at mile marker 170 and northbound at mile marker 179. The fire is now burning land within the Griffin Preserve. Lire la suite »

Authorities: Man shot by deputy on Alabama interstate dies


An air ambulance took Victor to USA Medical Center in Mobile, where died Saturday. He died around 1 a.m. Saturday. Joseph Dejoie, of Pensacola, Florida, tells ( ) that he saw a auto in a ditch, a fire truck, an ambulance and several sheriff's units. Lire la suite »

Bulgaria's Kristian Kostov 2nd in Eurovision Song Contest

KIEV, Ukraine (AP ) - A gentle romantic ballad challenged the Eurovision Song Contest's decades-long reputation for cheesy, glittery, unbridled excess - and won easily. "Russia's participation was scuttled by host Ukraine over the two nations' diplomatic and military conflict". This year's contestant however, Yuliya Samoylova, was banned from competing by Ukraine because she had toured in Crimea after Russia's 2014 annexation of the peninsula. Lire la suite »

Ebola outbreak declared in Democratic Republic of Congo


The Health Minister directed all Nigerian health workers to maintain a high index of suspicion by screening all fevers for Ebola . Investigations are still being carried out into how the Ebola virus - which killed 49 people in DRC during a three-month outbreak in 2014 - suddenly occured in the equatorial forest region of Bas-Uele province, more reports emerging from Congo say. Lire la suite »

EU's Juncker: English is losing importance in Europe


Speaking at the " State of the Union " event, Mr Juncker said: "Slowly but surely English is losing importance in Europe". Of course we will negotiate with our British friends in full transparency. Ms May made a decision to convene the advance poll in order to achieve a majority in the 17-seat parliament and allow her to have her hands free to negotiate the Brexit as she sees fit. Lire la suite »

Palestine president visits India ahead of PM NarendraModi's historic trip to Israel

According to sources, Abbas will be accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister Ziad Abu Amr, Foreign Minister Riad Malki, Diplomatic Advisor Majdi Khaldi, Presidency Spokesperson Nabil Aburdeineh and Palestine's Chief Judge Mahmoud Habbash. During the visit, Abbas will visit the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) in Noida on Monday to build on the cooperation between Palestine and India on a technology park being built in Palestine by Indian IT companies with support from the ... Lire la suite »

Des banques russes et renault France touchés — Cyberattaque

Une enquête de flagrance a été ouverte dès vendredi soir pour "accès et maintien frauduleux dans des systèmes de traitement automatisé de données", "entraves au fonctionnement" de ces systèmes, " extorsions et tentatives d'extorsions ". Le dernier bilan sorti fait état de " plus de 75 000 victimes " réparties dans toute la planète. Aux Etats-Unis, le géant de livraison de colis FedEx a reconnu avoir lui aussi été infecté. Lire la suite »

Truex Jr. wins race marred by scary wreck

Tonight we did everything right. I've got my final cash and GPP picks ready to help you cash in at DraftKings this weekend. He already has two wins this season, at Texas and Bristol. Kevin Harvick, who was also a lap down earlier in the race finished third, pole sitter Ryan Blaney fourth and Kyle Busch fifth. Truex, who is second in the points standings, has the most stage wins (five) and is second in stage points (114) and playoff bonus points (10). Lire la suite »

Ex-NHS Digital chief: Cyber attack 'always going to happen'


NHS Digital said the impact of the cyberattack could continue and added: "The situation is changing and impacting organisations in a range of different ways". He said the same thing could be done to crucial infrastructure, like nuclear power plants, dams or railway systems. The Scottish Government said there was no evidence patient data had been compromised following the attack and there have been no further reported problems. Lire la suite »

Trims Vedanta Resources plc (VED) Target Price to GBX 700

The Company's North America segment includes Courseware, Assessments and Services businesses in the United States and Canada. The company's market cap is GBX 1.70 billion. About 1,500 shares traded. It has underperformed by 11.72% the S&P500. Blackrock Advsrs Limited stated it has 2,601 shares. Moreover, Cincinnati Indemnity Co has 12.16% invested in the company for 25,000 shares. Lire la suite »

Une attaque informatique d'envergure dans 99 pays dont probablement en Belgique

Alors qu'une enquête est en cours, le NHS a identifié le virus comme étant "Wanna Decryptor": il crypte les données d'un ordinateur, afin d'exiger de son propriétaire une rançon en échange d'une clé de décodage. Les autorités américaines et britanniques ont mis en garde vendredi contre une vague de cyberattaques simultanées qui a touché des dizaines de pays dans le monde, à l'aide d'un logiciel de rançon, et conseillé de ne pas payer les pirates informatiques. Lire la suite »

Le constructeur touché par la cyberattaque mondiale du 12 mai — Renault

Le parquet de Paris a par ailleurs ouvert une enquête pour "accès et mantien frauduleux dans des systèmes de traitement automatisé de données", " entrave au fonctionnement " des systèmes et " extorsion et tentative d'extorsion ". Renault a suspendu par précaution la production de plusieurs de ses sites en France et à l'étranger, dont celui de Sandouville (Seine-Maritime). Lire la suite »

WHO deploys experts to tackle Ebola in Congo

Health authorities are investigating nine suspected cases of Ebola in a remote corner of northern Congo, including two deaths, the country's health minister said Friday May 12, 2017. But they were eventually reassured by persistent campaigning by health workers, local chiefs and religious leaders. According to the WHO, the DRC warned the organization on May 9 of a "cluster of undiagnosed illness and deaths including hemorrhagic symptoms". Lire la suite »

Nurses back plan to ballot for strikes over pay

The conference will also announce the results of a consultation among members about whether to move towards a ballot on strike action. Another ballot would have to be held before any action takes place. Janet Davies, the RCN's general secretary, added that the vote was "unprecedented" and "a reflection of the deep anger members feel". The Liberal Democrats" health spokesman, Norman Lamb, told The Observer that the current situation was "driving nurses out of the profession'. Lire la suite »

Two Sudanese soldiers killed in Yemen clashes


The announcement threatens more turmoil in the impoverished Arabian Peninsular country where the internationally-recognised government is forced to sit in Aden because the Houthi rebels control the capital Sanaa. A senior southern Yemeni official said secessionists hoped the mostly Gulf Arab military coalition would support their cause, describing it as a "step forward after a long struggle". Lire la suite »

Microsoft shifts policy, now makes fixes free


Britain canceled or delayed treatments for thousands of patients. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said all but six of the NHS trusts back to normal Saturday. Global shipper FedEx Corp said some of its Windows computers were also breached. 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 USA intelligence agencies. Lire la suite »

Nations grapple with huge cyber attack

Researchers observed some victims paying via the digital currency bitcoin, though no one knows how much may have been transferred to extortionists because of the largely anonymous nature of such transactions. No Bangladesh government websites or data centers or any other infrastructure faced any problem after the global cyber attack, which infected computers in almost 100 countries on Friday. Lire la suite »

Gray: Always Dreaming trainer Todd Pletcher sets sights on Preakness


After starting in the middle of the pack, jockey John Velazquez got Always Dreaming to the front after six furlongs. Pletcher's first victory in the Run for the Roses came in 2010 with Super Saver. Said Velazquez: "Nothing against all the others, but this was the best horse". Speaking afterwards, Velazquez said, "I got a good position with him [Always Dreaming] early and then he relaxed", said the jockey. Lire la suite »

UP declines sanction to prosecute Yogi

The Allahabad High Court on Friday said the government can not take away the right of people to eat non-vegetarian food and asked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in the state to find a solution to the slaughter house issue before July 17. Lire la suite »

London lawmakers defy Labour Party on Brexit, demand single market membership

A leak on Thursday of Labour's draft manifesto featured on many of Friday's newspaper front pages, with the Sun describing it as " Labour's day of disasters" after a vehicle carrying Corbyn ran over a BBC cameraman's foot. The UK Labour Party, should it win the snap general election in June, will work toward deescalating existing tensions with Russia, Jeremy Corbyn, the party's leader, said Friday. Lire la suite »

Melissa McCarthy drives motorized stake through Sean Spicer in NYC

Your credibility means more than that. McCarthy will no doubt reprise her role as Spicer when she hosts " SNL " this weekend. First there was Wednesday's musical skit, which was much more involved than the typical SNL TV spot, featuring McCarthy singing and dancing to "I Feel Pretty" before SNL's makeup and costume artists transformed her into her enraged, gum-chewing alter-ego, "Spicey", a.k.a. Lire la suite »