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  • Ransomware: No report yet of 'WannaCry' hit on Indian network

    Britain's National Health Service was hit hard, while Russia's Interior Ministry and companies including Spain's Telefonica, FedEx Corp.in the U.S. and French carmaker Renault all reported disruptions. As its modus operandi, the Wannacry/ WannaCrypt Ransomware drops user manuals in - Chinese, Indonesian, French, Vietnamese, Turkish, Swedish, Finnish, Greek, Danish, Korean, Croatia, Polish.

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  • Ebola outbreak declared in Democratic Republic of the Congo

    Ebola outbreak declared in Democratic Republic of the Congo

    All three deaths came in the Likati health district of Bas-Uele province, which borders the Central African Republic. In a statement , the DRC health ministry said: "Our country must confront an outbreak of the Ebola virus that constitutes a public health crisis of global significance".

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  • ¡Salvaje ataque! Rottweiler mata a cuidador y se come parte del cadáver

    ¡Salvaje ataque! Rottweiler mata a cuidador y se come parte del cadáver

    Trágica muerte encontró el trabajador de una granja ubicada en la localidad de Panipat, en la India, luego que el perro de raza rottweiler que resguardaba el predio lo atacara sin piedad provocándole la muerte. "Pero nunca imaginamos un final así". El incidente ocurrió en una casa de Brilliant Prairie Court, en la zona de North Valley en Las Vegas, Estados Unidos.

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  • Angela Merkel's party wins vote in heartland of rivals in Germany

    Martin Schulz's Social Democrats lost Germany's most populous state, North Rhine-Westphalia, to Merkel's Christian Democratic Union on Sunday. North Rhine-Westphalia is his home state and traditionally an SPD stronghold. In the North Rhine-Westphalia campaign, Mrs Merkel's conservatives sought to portray Mrs Kraft's government as slack on security, and also assailed what they said is regional authorities' poor handling of education and infrastructure projects.

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  • La cantadora Petrona Martínez sufre isquemia cerebral

    La cantadora Petrona Martínez sufre isquemia cerebral

    De ahí, fue trasladada al Hospital de Bocagrande donde permanece estable y bajo observación médica. Ingresó con diagnostico de Alteración del Estado de Conciencia asociado a emergencia hipertensiva por lo que se encuentra en la Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos con soporte vasoactivo y monitoreo hemodinámico/neurológico continuo; con manejo multidiciplinario.

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  • Ransomware cyber-attack a wake-up call

    National Security Agency, which routinely searches for flaws in software and builds tools to exploit them. USA software firm Symantec said the majority of organisations affected were in Europe. Britain's defense minister, Michael Fallon, told the BBC on Sunday that the government was spending about 50 million pounds, or $64 million, to improve cybersecurity at the National Health Service, where many computers still run the outdated Windows XP software, which Microsoft had stopped supporting.

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  • West Indies 146-6 at tea vs Pakistan in decisive 3rd test

    Chase ended 101 not out. Chase added nine more runs before he was bowled by Mohammad Abbas, who got his first test five-for with 5-46. All those best laid plans came undone on a famous morning in Bridgetown , with the West Indies needing under 35 overs to blow Pakistan away for 81 and seal an astonishing 106-run series-leveling victory.

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  • In Yemen Authorities declares state of emergency over cholera outbreak

    Citing figures compiled by the Yemeni health ministry, Stillhart said 115 people had died of cholera between April 27 and Saturday. A state of emergency was declared in Yemen after an outbreak of cholera on Sunday, May 14. The acute diarrhoeal disease, which can be fatal within hours if left untreated, has killed 115 people, the agency said. According to the United Nations, almost 17 million of Yemen's 26 million people lack sufficient food and at least three million malnourished ...

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  • China's Xi says Belt and Road summit reaches consensus, achieves positive outcomes

    Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, and Russian President Vladimir Putin wave as leaders pose for a family photo during the Belt and Road Forum at meeting's venue on Yanqi Lake just outside Beijing , China, Monday, May 15, 2017. "No country can accept a project that ignores its core concerns on sovereignty and territorial integrity", he said. In a specific reference to CPEC, the Chinese researcher said that the project completed the infrastructure gap that Pakistan, left out of ...

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  • Man thanks iPhone's Siri for saving his life in explosion

    Man thanks iPhone's Siri for saving his life in explosion

    When he flipped the light switch, the house exploded, according to Manchester's WMUR. The whole place caught fire. Part of it collapsed while I was in it during the initial explosion, so I couldn't really tell where is was'. Beaucher is still undergoing treatment for his injuries, but said he hopes to return to his job as a cook and tend to his farm. "It's just going to take a while", he said.

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  • Doblega River a Boca en La Bombonera

    Si Gallardo no puso en el banco de suplentes a un lateral izquierdo y a los 3 se quedó sin Casco , también lesionado, y tuvo que improvisar con Mayada. ¿Será? mirá el video al final de la nota. Con este triunfo, el torneo queda más abierto que nunca. Una victoria ante su peor enemigo en el Superclásico que se disputaba en la Bombonera hubiera supuesto eliminar a los millonarios de tal pugna.

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  • George R.R Martin confirma las precuelas de Game Of Thrones

    George R.R Martin confirma las precuelas de Game Of Thrones

    La primera es que rechaza el término spin-off y nos dice que no esperemos ver personajes cruzados entre la serie madre y estas nuevas apuestas; todas estas serán series que transcurren en el universo que creó con los libros pero que serán completamente independientes.

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  • Josh King fires Bournemouth to victory over battling Burnley

    Josh King fires Bournemouth to victory over battling Burnley

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche felt his side were below their best because some felt the pressure was off after hitting 40 points. FW Sam Vokes, 7 - Followed up last week's brace at home to West Brom with a superb glancing header to move clear at the top of the club's goalscoring charts with his 11th strike in all competitions.

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  • Armed group kills UN peacekeeper in Central African Republic

    Armed group kills UN peacekeeper in Central African Republic

    UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres expressed outrage at the attack on the 13 000-strong UN peacekeeping mission which had previously killed six peacekeepers in Bangassou , an area which had previously been spared from the conflict. The Central African Republic has been plagued by inter-religious violence since 2013 when mainly Muslim Seleka fighters seized power and ousted then-President Francois Bozize, prompting reprisal killings from anti-balaka militias drawn from the Christian ...

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  • Jornada Mundial de la Juventud en Panamá ya tiene su logo oficial

    Jornada Mundial de la Juventud en Panamá ya tiene su logo oficial

    Durante la celebración, el arzobispo de Panamá pidió a los jóvenes dejar ser "seres de sofá" y tener una participación más activa en la construcción de su fututo y el de su país. El religioso hizo un llamado a los panameños para acoger los jóvenes peregrinos que visitarán el istmo para participar de este evento religioso que por primera vez se realiza en Centro América y Panamá se convierte en sede.

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  • 3 officers fire shots during encounter with man

    3 officers fire shots during encounter with man

    Virginia State Police say the shooting happened about 3:40 a.m. Sunday morning near Exit 75 on northbound I-95. Virginia State Police say a auto carrying seven people was traveling northbound early Sunday on Interstate 95 in Richmond when another vehicle pulled along the driver's side and fired shots.

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  • Kids Growing Out Of Allergies

    Kids Growing Out Of Allergies

    The Murdoch Children's Research Institute has released the findings of a study conducted at the Australian Centre of Food and Allergy Research. The main driver of the decline was in children growing out of an egg allergy. But the research also showed the prevalence of food allergies among Aussie children is still remarkably high compared to other countries. Children born in Australia with Asian-born parents had higher rates of food allergies, it was discovered, while 10.8 per cent of ...

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  • Alerta de otro ciberataque en el mundo

    Alerta de otro ciberataque en el mundo

    De Rusia a España y de México a Vietnam, centenares de miles de computadoras, sobre todo en Europa, están infectados desde el viernes por un virus ransomware (de ransom , rescate en inglés, y ware por software , programa informático en inglés) que explota una falla en los sistemas operativos Windows divulgada en los documentos pirateados de la agencia de seguridad nacional estadounidense NSA .

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  • DR Congo: Ebola outbreak confirmed

    The Alliance For International Medical Action said in a statement one of its teams was on its way to Likati with protective gear and medicine to treat "suspected and confirmed cases". WHO said it was working with DRC officials and sending health workers to help deal with the crisis. The Virus which killed over 11,000 people in 2014 was reported to have resurfaced in Congo.

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  • Ways to Honor Mom on Mother's Day

    Ways to Honor Mom on Mother's Day

    She has weighed heavily on my mind this year as the anniversary of her passing comes. -Her teeth are flawless, but I think the dentist gave them to her. Anna Jarvis is credited with launching Mother's Day in the United States. Even more so if you are not the biological mother . In her latter years, Jarvis fought to keep the holiday she launched from becoming overly commercialized.

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  • Myth busted: People smell as well as dogs

    Myth busted: People smell as well as dogs

    Dr McGann, from Rutgers University, who makes his case in the journal Science , said: "The fact is the sense of smell is just as good in humans as in other mammals, like rodents and dogs". Consequently, since the olfactory bulb occupies a relatively small area in the human brain, it was assumed that humans have an inferior sense of smell compared with other species.

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  • F1 round-up: Hamilton beats Vettel in thrilling duel in Spain

    F1 round-up: Hamilton beats Vettel in thrilling duel in Spain

    Daniel Ricciardo admitted to feeling "envious" at Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel's Spanish Grand Prix scrap, despite following the pair home in third. Raikkonen in turn crashed into Max Verstappen and suffered terminal damage to his auto, ending his race early. Vettel felt he twice lost key advantages to Hamilton - first when he was held up behind temporary leader Bottas as the Finn ran much longer in his first stint than the other frontrunners, and later when Hamilton made his ...

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  • Sacked Yemeni governor departs to Saudi Arabia

    Sacked Yemeni governor departs to Saudi Arabia

    The attacks against Saudi forces came in retaliation for the continued massacre of civilians and destruction of Yemen's infrastructure by a coalition led by the Saudi regime. After Congress passed a new law allowing September 11 victims' families to sue Saudi Arabia in US courts, opponents mounted an expensive political campaign , including paying American military veterans to visit Capitol Hill and warn lawmakers about what they said could be unintended consequences.

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  • Libya intercepts almost 500 migrants after sea duel

    Libya intercepts almost 500 migrants after sea duel

    About 7,500 people have been rescued off the coast of Libya since Thursday, the Italian and Libyan coastguards said. According to International Organization of Migration , IOM , the number of refugees attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea has significantly risen since the beginning of 2017.

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  • Recapturan a 3 menores fugados de Tutelar de Escobedo

    Recapturan a 3 menores fugados de Tutelar de Escobedo

    Esta mañana elementos de Fuerza Civil acudieron a inspeccionar la colonia Emiliano Zapata y zonas aledañas tras recibir una llamada anónima que denunciaba la presencia de tres hombres fumando mariguana en el cruce de las calles Camino Ejidal y 21 de Marzo.

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  • In Taiwan Government blames China for WHO invite snub

    In Taiwan Government blames China for WHO invite snub

    China still sees self-ruled Taiwan as part of its territory awaiting reunification and is incensed that Tsai will not agree to the concept that there is only "one China", unlike her Beijing-friendly predecessor Ma Ying-jeou. "To my understanding the one China policy is a UN-wide accepted policy", he told a regular United Nations briefing. "The DPP has damaged the joint political basis of cross- strait relations, so the precondition for Taiwan to attend no longer exists", China's Taiwan ...

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  • Scottish health boards hit by cyber attack on the NHS

    The NSA tools were stolen by hackers and dumped on the internet. But he said it would be straightforward for the existing attackers to launch new releases or for other ransomware authors to start copying the way the malware replicated. Finance ministers and central bank governors of seven leading world economies meeting for a G7 conference in Italy on Saturday will pledge stronger cooperation against cyber crime, a draft communique showed.

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  • Moustakas has HR, 4 RBIs, Royals finish sweep of Orioles

    Moustakas has HR, 4 RBIs, Royals finish sweep of Orioles

    BLUE JAYS 3, MARINERS 2 Kevin Pillar hit a home run with two outs in the ninth inning to give host Toronto a sweep of the four-game series. Before his Saturday home run, Davis had homered just once over his previous 24 games. Before each game, balls are rubbed with a New Jersey mud from a Delaware River tributary to take the shine off. "Duffy's been tough on us", Orioles manager Buck Showalter said.

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  • Militar dispara en la cabeza a civil en Palmarito

    Con información de Notimex. Advirtió que los hechos deben ser esclarecidos fehacientemente por el Ministerio Publico de la Federación , que lleva la investigación de los hechos, para determinar con precisión si corresponde al lugar y evento de referencia, así como si es auténtico o editado el video para deslindar responsabilidades.

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  • "Constituyente es una propuesta de paz" — Elías Jaua

    El jefe del Estado venezolano ratificó su compromiso con el diálogo con todos los sectores políticos y sociales, en especial ante el proceso constituyente , para afianzar la paz en el país y para generar las nuevas líneas de reordenamiento económico y social de la nación.

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