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Lewis Hamilton overtakes Sebastian Vettel for the lead of the Spanish GP


Pole-sitter Hamilton lost the lead to Vettel at the start only to regain the lead from the Ferrari driver in the final stages of a compelling race to seal his second victory of the year. This allowed the Mercedes team a free pitstop where they brought Hamilton in for the soft compound tires. Vettel then responded a lap later and fit the mandatory set of medium tires. Read More »

Coastguard Intercepts nearly 500 Migrants off Libya


At the time, casuality numbers were vague. The agency says a partner agency, International Medical Corps, reports the second shipwreck from off the coast of Libya from Sunday. It already shelters 130 young African migrants, an official there said, after they were detained this week from a nearby warehouse where people smugglers had kept them before a planned sea crossing to Europe . Read More »

World's biggest cyberattack hits 150 countries, the threat is 'escalating'


The attack primarily targeted Russia, Ukraine, and Taiwan, but also affected the United Kingdom, Chinese universities, and major companies such as FedEx. Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Chorley and Preston hospitals, said the 'majority of planned procedures and operations scheduled for Monday have been postponed'. Read More »

Christian militias renew attack on UN base in CAR


The assailants attacked civilian populations overnight on Friday and Saturday in the Tokyo neighbourhood of Bangassou, in south-eastern auto, according to MINUSCA. The deceased was shot after an unidentified armed group attacked the FAR checkpoint located in downtown Bangassou, in Central African Republic (CAR). Read More »

Le discours d'adieu de Hollande devant le Parti socialiste

Comme le veut la tradition, le nouveau chef d'État a reçu le grand collier de la Légion d'honneur devant quelque 300 invités, dont sa femme Brigitte Macron et des membres de sa famille. Enarque, M. Kohler, 44 ans, a notamment travaillé à l'Agence des participations de l'Etat, avant d'être le directeur adjoint de cabinet de Pierre Moscovici au ministère des Finances puis de diriger le cabinet de M. Read More »

Les experts craignent de nouvelles attaques imminentes — Cyberattaque mondiale

Microsoft avait entre-temps publié, en mars, un patch de sécurité censé y remédier, mais de nombreux systèmes n'ont pas encore été mis à jour et restent vulnérables, ce qui a permis l'attaque de portée mondiale observée vendredi. "Une action est en place depuis hier (vendredi) soir". "On fait le nécessaire pour contrer cette attaque", a-t-il précisé. Des attaques informatiques il y en a tous les jours des milliers qui ne font pas parler d'elles car elles ne ciblent que peu de monde. Read More »

Yemen declares state of emergency over cholera outbreak

It said that there were 2,752 suspected cholera cases and 58 more people have been confirmed as having the diarrheal disease. Yemen has fallen into civil war in 2014 after Houthi rebels overran Sanaa and other provinces. Sanaa has been worst hit, followed by the surrounding province of Amanat al-Semah, the World Health Organisation (WHO) says. Dr. Nevio Zagaria, WHO representative in Yemen, said in a statement, "We are very concerned with the re-emergence of cholera across several ... Read More »

OL et insultes racistes contre Balotelli, procès lundi à Bastia — Justice

Il a d'ailleurs porté plainte contre Jean-Michel Aulas pour " dénonciation calomnieuse ", puis contre Anthony Lopes pour " violences, injures et menace de mort ". Lors de de cette rencontre comptant pour la 21e journée de Ligue 1, Mario Balotelli, l'attaquant italien d'origine ghanéenne, avait accusé une partie du public corse d'avoir " fait des bruits de singe (.) pendant tout le match ". Read More »

Woman's body found covered in blood at Sydney property


The newspaper reported police are investigating whether the mother had been shot with a crossbow. A tow truck arrived at the scene on Monday morning to take away Mr White's silver Toyota Rav 4. He has since been taken to Newtown police station. He urged any witnesses to come forward and contact Miranda police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Read More »

Taiwan blames China for WHO invite snub


Under the "One China" principle, Beijing considers Taiwana rogue province of the people's republic. The island was expelled from the World Health Organization in 1972, a year after losing the "China" seat at the United Nations to Beijing. Read More »

Emmanuel Macron officiellement investi président — France

Son épouse Brigitte, 64 ans, radieuse et souriante dans une robe bleu lavande, a posé main dans la main avec lui sur le perron du palais présidentiel avant d'assister, très émue, à son discours solennel. "Les Français ont choisi "l'espoir et l'esprit de conquête", a-t-il dit en promettant de ne "rien céder" sur les engagements pris pendant la campagne". Read More »

Global cyber attack dying down, 104 countries affected

Ransoms paid so far amount to only tens of thousands of dollars, one analyst said, but he predicted they would rise. Prior to the dump, Microsoft released a fix, or patch, for the issue, although computers that did not install the update, or could not due to the age of their software, would have been vulnerable to attack. Read More »

Une école privée autoriserait les uniformes de genre neutre — Royaume-Uni


Cette proposition fait suite à un constat des professeurs de l'école: de plus en plus d'enfants s'interrogeraient sur leur identité en tant que garçons ou filles. Avant de mettre un nouvel uniforme en place, si les écoliers et leurs parents se montrent favorables à cette idée. "Elle ne doivent pas au contraire renforcer leur anxiété avec des mesures comme l'instauration d'uniformes de genre neutre", déclare ainsi Alan Smithers, professeurs d'éducation à l' Université de Buckingham . Read More »

Moscow Says North Korean Missile 'No Danger' to Russian Federation

The launch on Sunday is an immediate challenge to South Korea's new leader, a liberal elected just five days earlier who expressed a desire to reach out to North Korea. It quoted Kim as saying his country has "the most ideal weapon systems in the world", which he's ready to use to target the US, if attacked. U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley at the United Nations in NY in April. Read More »

New Ebola Outbreak Might Be Chance to Test Vaccine


The Congo "has taken all the necessary steps to respond promptly and effectively to this new epidemic of the Ebola virus", he added. The disease has a mortality rate around 50 percent . Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, has an agreement with vaccine maker Merck to have it ready. Ebola occasionally jumps from animals including bats and monkeys to humans - and without preventative measures, the virus can spread quickly between people. Read More »

Alabama hosting NCAA regional for 13th straight year


U-M was upset by Michigan State, 5-4, on Friday in the Big Ten tournament in Ann Arbor, ending a 36-game home winning streak. All 13 SEC teams - Vanderbilt doesn't have a softball team - made the tournament, with Georgia, Mississippi State, Arkansas and SC qualifying as non-host at-large teams. Read More »

Bacteria may be behind mysterious illness cluster in Liberia


Since it was notified of the cluster of sudden deaths, WHO has worked closely with Liberian Ministry of Health and other partners in areas of overall coordination, surveillance, contact tracing, case management, social mobilization, community engagement, laboratory investigation, and infection prevention and control. Read More »

Passation des pouvoirs entre François Hollande et Emmanuel Macron

Tête-à-tête. Après cette poignée de main, les deux hommes se sont enfermés dans le salon présidentiel de l'Elysée pour le traditionnel tête-à-tête de la passation de pouvoir. Très vite, M. Macron devrait désigner son Premier ministre et former son gouvernement. La relation s'était fatalement dégradée devant les ambitions d'Emmanuel Macron , mais les cérémonies du 8 mai, au lendemain de l'élection du nouveau président, avait montré que la complicité était encore bien présente. Read More »

Ransomware cyber-attack a wake-up call

Turning to the stockpiling of vulnerabilities by state actors, Smith noted that "repeatedly, exploits in the hands of governments have leaked into the public domain and caused widespread damage, " leading to the freakish situation of government actions repeatedly leading to criminal attacks. Read More »

Sad Mother's Day for family of slain Ohio nurse's aide

The nursing home appears to be located in a residential area, and people in nearby houses were told by law enforcement to stay inside while authorities handled the situation. Law enforcement officials gather outside the scene of a shooting outside the Pine Kirk nursing home in Kirkersville, Ohio on Friday, May 12, 2017 . Read More »

One dead, nine more suspected cases in northern Congo Ebola outbreak

Under an agreement between GAVI and Merck, the developer of an Ebola vaccine known as rVSV-ZEBOV, it said up to 300,000 doses of the shot would be available in case of an outbreak. Starting on April 22, nine people have been stricken with hemorrhagic fever , a group of illnesses that strike multiple systems in the body and that result from a family of viruses that includes Ebola . Read More »

Conservatives win Lancashire County Council elections

But May's hardened rhetoric appeared have translated into local votes. "We know we ahve worked really hard, we have done an open and honest campaign It is not for a lack of a credible policies". This would include constituencies like Mansfield (which has been held by Labour since 1923), Hartlepool (Peter Mandelson " s old seat), and the late Jo Cox's seat of Batley & Spen. Read More »

Coworker claims L.A. Reid sexually harassed her


Sony Music Entertainment released a seven-word statement on May 13 simply stating: "L.A. Reid will be leaving the company". Reid has made an unexpected departure from Sony Music after six years with the company. Reid is known as one of the most prolific figures in music after starting his own label with Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, LaFace Records in the late 1980s. Read More »

Second case of Ebola virus confirmed by WHO

Bas-Uele province, with a population of 900,000 in 2007, is mostly inhabited by the Boa tribe, which subsists through farming and hunting and conducts some trade by way of the Uele River. The world has an experimental vaccine that could be deployed if needed. Under an agreement between GAVI and Merck, the developer of an Ebola vaccine known as rVSV-ZEBOV, it said up to 300,000 doses of the shot would be available in case of an outbreak. Read More »