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  • Spurs eliminan a Houston y enfrentarán Warriors en final del Oeste

    Spurs eliminan a Houston y enfrentarán Warriors en final del Oeste

    El rendimiento de sus compañeros les permitió alcanzar una ventaja de 42 puntos , impensada para una semifinal de Conferencia, cuando restaban poco más de dos minutos para el final . sin embargo no tiraron a tiempo y el encuentro se fue e tiempos extras. "Fue un partido durísimo y jugarlo en suplementario, con un equipo como ellos que demanda mucho, se siente".

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  • Senado advierte a Trump que nada detendrá la pesquisa rusa

    McCabe dijo que el FBI habitualmente no revela a una persona si está siendo investigada o no. Simplemente no parece correcto que esto suceda. Donald Trump emitió la orden de despido después de que Comey se negara a revelar de antemano a los asesores del presidente un testimonio que debía presentar ante el Senado hace una semana.

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  • Atacan a periodistas en el estado de Guerrero

    Atacan a periodistas en el estado de Guerrero

    Astudillo Flores enfatizó que se mantendrán las fuerzas públicas en San Miguel Totolapan. "Las 20 restantes carecieron de mérito para judicializarlas" informó el gobernador. Por su parte, el alcalde de San Miguel Totolapan , Juan Mendoza, aseveró en conferencia de prensa que el Ejército brinda protección al grupo criminal encabezado por Raybel Jacobo de Almonte, alias el Tequilero , y que ha ayudado a hombres con órdenes de aprehensión a salir de la zona.

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  • Varias compañías españolas víctimas de un ciberataque

    Varias compañías españolas víctimas de un ciberataque

    Aseguran que el ataque se trató de una brecha de seguridad del sistema operativo Windows , el cual permite tomar el control de las computadoras. El virus ha paralizado parte de la red informática de la compañía, que ha avisado por megafonía a su empleados de que apagaran los ordenadores y desconectaran sus teléfonos móviles de las redes wifi.

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  • Teléfonica y decenas de empresas españolas fueron blanco de un ciberataque

    Teléfonica y decenas de empresas españolas fueron blanco de un ciberataque

    Según el diario español Expansión , los servicios de sistemas de Telefónica explicaron a sus trabajadores a través de mensajes de correo electrónico, que se detectó en la red de Telefónica el ingreso de un malware que afecta a los datos y a los ficheros de los empleados y ha comunicado a estos a que los apaguen y no los enciendan hasta nuevo aviso.

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  • Celebrity pest Vitalii Sediuk wears Australian flag to moon Eurovision

    Celebrity pest Vitalii Sediuk wears Australian flag to moon Eurovision

    As the voting kicked off Sweden have given Australia 10 points but Portugal is soaring ahead. Fans and journalists inside Eurovision are confirming that the flasher was not an Aussie , but was actually known Ukrainian prankster Vitalii Sediuk , who has a history of invading red carpets and accosting celebrities.

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  • North Korea test-fires missile

    The White House said Saturday that President Donald Trump was briefed on North Korea's latest missile test-firing, noting its close proximity to Russian Federation and calling for "far-stronger sanctions" against Pyongyang by "all nations".

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  • Trump delays decision on Paris climate deal

    As a candidate, the president expressed doubt about climate change, but has offered a fluid stance since taking office in January. Top White House advisers are expected to discuss whether the United States should withdraw from the landmark global climate deal struck in Paris under the Obama administration.

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  • Nintendo tendrá 2 torneos en vivo durante el E3 de este año

    Nintendo tendrá 2 torneos en vivo durante el E3 de este año

    El primer evento de la empresa será el Nintendo Spotlight, una transmisión en vivo en donde mostrarán los avances de sus próximos títulos para sus diferentes consolas. Por un lado se celebrará el Splatoon 2 World Inkling Invitational y por otro el ARMS Open Invitational, los cuales tendrán como sede el booth de Nintendo en E3 2017 .

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  • South Korean Military: North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile

    Abe added that the three countries also seek to cooperate with China and Russian Federation to pressure North Korea to comply with U.N. Security Council resolutions to stop further missile and nuclear tests. Two weeks earlier, North Korea tested a ballistic missile that failed nearly at launch. She says more analysis was needed. Washington has been looking to China for help in reining in Kim and the missile test is likely to embarrass Beijing, which is hosting a summit Sunday to promote its ...

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  • When AAP leader Kapil Mishra broke down during meditation at Rajghat

    When AAP leader Kapil Mishra broke down during meditation at Rajghat

    She claimed the picture was clicked at an event to felicitate AAP leader Kumar Vishwas' father and was attended by Kejriwal and all his ministers. "I never thought my son would ask you questions and you would avoid them". Earlier, in a letter, Kapil told Kejriwal, "Someone told me if these details are revealed, the public won't let you stay in power for another moment".

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  • Phishing scam disguised as Google Docs hits UMN email accounts

    Phishing scam disguised as Google Docs hits UMN email accounts

    Heres what had gone down earlier today: an email would be sent to you, presumably from someone youd know asking you to accept a Google Doc share request. While Google has blocked the attack, make sure to take security check and look for suspicious app permissions. Roughly one hour after the company learned of the problem, it was resolved.

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  • The best new features

    Microsoft also hopes to bring progressive web apps (PWAs) to Edge. Now, Microsoft appears to be eyeing a more "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em" approach: PC's don't just love Windows 10 Mobile devices, PCs love all your devices, apparently .

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  • Bid to Oust Zuma May Hinge on Ruling by South African Court

    Bid to Oust Zuma May Hinge on Ruling by South African Court

    The Constitutional Court is expected to announce a judgment on Monday about whether the legislators will have a secret or open vote. "That might well be seen as stepping over the line". Zuma's involvement in a succession of scandals contributed to the ANC's worst-ever electoral performance in an August municipal vote that cost it control of Pretoria and Johannesburg.

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  • Nations grapple with huge cyberattack, but more's coming

    Ori Eisen, an expert in Arizona, says the attack Friday that held hospitals, factories and government agencies hostage around the world appears to be "low-level" stuff, given the ransom demands. Two security firms - Kaspersky Lab and Avast - said they had identified the malicious software behind the attack in upward of 70 countries, although both said the attack has hit Russian Federation hardest.

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  • Ciberataque afecta a hospitales británicos y empresas españolas

    Ciberataque afecta a hospitales británicos y empresas españolas

    El CNI ha confirmado que se trata de un ataque masivo de ransomware a varias organizaciones que se ha llevado a cabo aprovechando una vulnerabilidad en Windows . Esta táctica es bastante habitual en los ataques con ransomware . No ha afectado a consumidores ni clientes de Movistar , que siguen pudiendo llamar y navegar por Internet en sus terminales.

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  • NHS 'robust' after cyber-attack

    NHS 'robust' after cyber-attack

    The Russian Interior Ministry, which runs the country's police, confirmed it was among those that fell victim to the ransomware, which typically flashes a message demanding a payment to release the user's own data. Britain's National Cyber Security Centre and its National Crime Agency were looking into the United Kingdom incidents, which disrupted care at National Health Service facilities, forcing ambulances to divert and hospitals to postpone operations.

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  • Presume el futbolista soy de este planeta: Cristiano Ronaldo

    Con triplete del astro portugués, los Merengues derrotaron 3-0 a un inexistente Atlético de Madrid en la Ida de la Semifinal de la Liga de Campeones de Europa. "Obviamente, hay que tener el punto de suerte también, porque me preparé y las cosas están saliendo bien", finalizó. El local controlaba el juego y tenía maniatado al equipo del entrenador argentino Diego Simeone , que nunca le encontró la vuelta al partido.

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  • Iran Issues Alert on Ransomware Cyber Attack

    Iran Issues Alert on Ransomware Cyber Attack

    The worldwide cyberextortion attack has prompted Microsoft to take the unusual step of making security fixes available for older Windows system. In April of this year an online group called The Shadow Brokers released a treasure trove of documents and tools stolen from the U.S.

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  • Ciberataque afecta al menos a 74 países

    Ciberataque afecta al menos a 74 países

    Aquí te dejamos algunas recomendaciones para evitar ser infectado por este virus . Muchos regresaron a sus casas, y otros siguieron trabajando desde teléfonos y tablets. El Gobierno de Estados Unidos afirmó ayer que está 'preparado' para ayudar a las más de setenta naciones que ayer fueron víctimas de ciberataques mundiales, afirmó un vocero del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional, que no quiso informar si ya habían recibido pedidos de asistencia.

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  • El Papa llega hoy a Fátima

    El Papa realizó ocho minutos de rezo en privado en el interior del santuario antes de dirigir los rezos vespertinos. Esto, para rendir homenaje a dos pastorcitos cuyas visiones de la Virgen María hace 100 años constituyeron uno de los acontecimientos más importantes de la Iglesia católica en el siglo 20.

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  • Trump invita al nuevo presidente surcoreano a la Casa Blanca

    Con más del 88% de los votos escrutados, Moon ha logrado el 40,28 % de los sufragios frente al 25,08 % de su perseguidor inmediato, el conservador Hong Yoon-pyo. Moon , de 64 años de edad, comenzó su mandato inmediatamente después de que la Comisión Electoral Nacional de Corea del Sur confirmara su victoria a las 08:00 hora local.

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  • New S. Korea President to Defuse Tensions

    Moon told Abe that most Koreans could not accept the agreement, according to the Blue House, while Japan's top government spokesman Yoshihide Suga said Abe told him it was "extremely important" to implement it. If needed, I will fly straight to Washington. But a WSJ op-ed by Michael Breen said Moon's approach is likely to be more realistic than the "sunshine policy".

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  • Man United top Celta Vigo to enter Europa League final

    For the club to bench arguably the best player they have, for what is an emotional reason, in the game that will define their season as either a fail or a pass, seems odd. "They sensed that very quickly on the pitch, the players, and they used it very well". I never saw, in all my career, two goalkeepers who are such friends because it's a position where you always have a little bit of rivalry, especially if they are both at the same kind of level.

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  • Who got hurt by the ransomware attack

    Who got hurt by the ransomware attack

    Other impacts in the USA were not readily apparent on Saturday. NHS in England was affected after hackers took control of computers and cut off phone lines in hospitals on International Nurses Day. "We should be prepared more hospitals will nearly certainly be shut down by ransomware this year", Chinthapalli wrote. Kaspersky said the malware was released in April by a hacking group called Shadow Brokers which claimed to have discovered the flaw from the NSA.

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  • Marcos Alonso is player of the year, says Arsenal hero Paul Merson

    Marcos Alonso is player of the year, says Arsenal hero Paul Merson

    However, pulling off such a transfer would be hard for Barcelona given the Spaniard is happy at Chelsea after the Premier League side won the league title last night. Alonso is also slipping off the Spanish radar ahead of the 2018 World Cup, and a move back to Spain could guarantee him a spot on the plane. Barcelona looked very light at the back in their Champions League losses to PSG (4-0, which they overturned) and Juventus (3-0, drawing 0-0 at the Camp Nou and going out at the ...

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