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CORRECTED - Congo death signals new Ebola outbreak-ministry

Six people remain hospitalised with the risky virus, which can cause hemorrhagic fever . Testing of five samples was conducted at the country's National Biomedical Research Institute in Kinshasa, with one coming back positive for Ebola , specifically the Zaire species of the virus. Lire la suite »

World Reels From Cyberattack That Hit Nearly 100 Countries

The ransomware hit Telefonica - the owner of O2 - and other huge organisations in Spain. Finance chiefs from the Group of Seven rich countries were to commit on Saturday to joining forces to fight the growing threat of worldwide cyber attacks, according to a draft statement of a meeting they are holding in Italy. Lire la suite »

British Columbia Liberals hang on to win minority government


With one seat left to be decided, the Liberals had won 42 seats and the NDP 41, with the Greens making a major breakthrough by picking up three seats in Tuesday's provincial election. "People across British Columbia have shown that they are ready for politics to be done differently". He said however the government ends up looking, the NDP's increased seat count in the legislature strengthens the party. Lire la suite »

Trump eyes 'fast decision' on Federal Bureau of Investigation director as interviews begin

Comey has not publicly discussed any conversations he has had with Trump. She also was deputy special counsel to the Senate committee that investigated President Bill Clinton's Whitewater scandal. Comey appears to want to stay out of the spotlight, for now. Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper raised doubt about Trump's assertion that Comey had assured him he was not under investigation. Lire la suite »

Ebola outbreak: Nigerian government calls for vigilance


Matshidiso Moeti today visited Kinshasa (DR Congo) to discuss with national authorities and partners ways to mount a rapid, effective and coherent response in order to stop the ongoing Ebola outbreak . This is the eighth Ebola outbreak in the DRC since 1976 . In the United States, which now isn't experiencing an Ebola threat, rapid detection and response is likewise needed at ports-of-entry and other cities where people are arriving from countries where they may have contracted diseases ... Lire la suite »

United States Steel Corporation (NYSE:X) & Medical Transcription


Medical Transcription Billing Corp has a 52 week low of $0.29 and a 52 week high of $3.84. That's a stunning bottom-to-top rise of 1,224.14%. This company has been competing with others in the Technology space and offers its own combination of interesting factors Medical Transcription Billing, Corp. Lire la suite »

Eurovision: Pop, politics and a dancing ape - but no Russia

This year, however, that streak will end, as Russia will have no competitor in Kiev, and Russians will be unable to join the big worldwide audience for Eurovision, because broadcaster Channel One is refusing to show the event on its station following the banning of Yulia Samoylova. Lire la suite »

Trump Says New FBI Director Could Be Named Next Week

His comments came ahead of an address to students at Liberty University, an evangelical institution that was created to both inspire the youth audience and help lift the darkened mood that hangs over his administration. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, the current Senate majority whip and former attorney general of Texas, is another contender to replace Comeny who is being interviewed Saturday. Lire la suite »

Nations grapple with huge cyberattack, but more's coming

Avast was cited by the BBC as saying that it had seen 75,000 cases of the ransomware around the world, and the tools of the cyberattack are believed to have been stolen from the U.S. The statement said antivirus systems are working to destroy it. Adding, "The bank's network has provisions for defending from such attacks". "Both staff and patients were frankly pretty appalled that somebody, whoever they are, for commercial gain or otherwise, would attack a healthcare organisation", he said. Lire la suite »

Bring on the 'gorilla:' Eurovision final brings glittery fun


The singer, who has appeared on a Russian television talent show, was allowed to stay in the contest because he was only 14 at the time. The elephant in the room at Saturday's contest is Russian Federation, which is boycotting the event after Ukraine barred Moscow's contestant from entering the country - a symptom of the countries' toxic relations after Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014. Lire la suite »

WHO declares Ebola outbreak after Congo deaths

According to Reuters , three have died from the fever so far, but only one of those cases has been confirmed as Ebola. Nine suspected cases have been reported since April 22. The vaccine was developed by scientists at the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg over a 15-year period and has now been licensed to Merck and Co., with the Canadian government continuing to give financial support to its clinical trials. Lire la suite »

Rugby World Cup 2019 Pool Draw announced

At the draw in Kyoto , eight slots were allocated to the teams yet to qualify. New Zealand , now top of the global rankings, may be expected to win Group B where they are placed with South Africa and Italy . "With the Sunwolves playing, I've been watching them recently and their win over the Bulls was super", said Ireland coach Joe Schmidt . Michael Cheika is refusing to take comfort after his Wallabies were handed a seemingly saloon passage through to the quarter-finals of the ... Lire la suite »

François Hollande : Un ex-président sans logement fixe !


Les deux hommes doivent s'entretenir en privé pendant 25 minutes. Valérie Trierweiler était cependant réapparue sur le perron au moment des adieux en compagnie de François Hollande, Nicolas Sarkozy et Carla Bruni-Sarkozy. Jacques Chirac avait lui célébré le général de Gaulle , alors que François Hollande avait choisi Jules Ferry et Marie Curie. La ministre de l'Écologie Ségolène Royal a décrit de son côté un "moment à la fois solennel, un moment grave, mais qui n'est pas triste, parce ... Lire la suite »

Series looks at mental health in US


Mental health is a struggle that many people in our community deal with. Earlier this year, Tuition Service showed its commitment to raising mental health and wellbeing awareness by becoming an "emotionally healthy" school. Of course, it is proper to expect, and pressure, the Government to develop solutions that will address the public's concerns, but it is most improper to turn this into a shallow political debate, with an arid emphasis on statistics, and who said and did what, way back ... Lire la suite »

NHS cyber-attack: NHS computer systems being held to ransom across England

As per the report, on Friday the ransomware has caused the havoc in the UK, US, Russia and much more. The ransomware was created to repeatedly contact an unregistered domain listed in its code. Routine appointments had been canceled and ambulances were being diverted to neighboring hospitals. Ms Rudd said it was not yet known who was behind the attack, but insisted that the NHS had not been deliberately targeted. Lire la suite »

Arsenal v Southampton: Arsene Wenger reveals what impressed him most about win


Sanchez broke the deadlock in the 60th minute of what had been a cagey game , selling the Saints defence a dummy before finishing left-footed for his 20th goal of the season, before Giroud headed a second with seven minutes remaining. "We can not find a win". We knew that coming here is not easy to play, it's a good team, a team that like to play. The Gunners have only scored on one of their previous four trips to Stoke, with home games against relegated Sunderland and out-of-form ... Lire la suite »

Major Cyber Attack With Stolen NSA Tools Hits Systems Worldwide

Patients were facing a "weekend of chaos" in the NHS as security services hunted an worldwide criminal gang that crippled dozens of hospitals with a cyber-attack, says The Times Scotland. A British medical student found widespread computer issues when visiting two London hospitals . But the clock is ticking - the malware threatens to raise the ransom if payment is not made within three days. Lire la suite »

US Smartphone-Only Users More Active, But Drink More


More than half of Americans now live in a home void of a landline phone. For the first time, a majority of households, and of US adults in general, say that they have a mobile phone as their only phone, according to a new survey from the US Centers for Disease Control's health statistics research department. Lire la suite »