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  • Huge cyberattack forces Microsoft to offer free tech fix

    Huge cyberattack forces Microsoft to offer free tech fix

    Case in point, Microsoft has issued a security patch to protect Windows XP systems from the WannaCrypt ransomware that is spreading across the globe. Microsoft has made the decision, which they say is unusual, but is regularly seen during these high profile attacks, to provide a security update which includes Windows XP, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2003.

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  • Macron asumió como presidente de Francia

    La canciller alemana, Angela Merkel , recibirá el lunes próximo al nuevo presidente francés, Emmanuel Macron, a quien apoyó durante la campaña presidencial, en su primer viaje al extranjero tras asumir el cargo, informaron fuentes gubernamentales germanas.

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  • China, US seal trade deal as ties warm up

    China, US seal trade deal as ties warm up

    The deal also admits the US market for China's cooked poultry , potentially affecting American poultry producers, but the White House is not anxious about it. Market access to China is crucial for US cattle producers. "China relations on trade ". "This will let China diversify, somewhat, their sources of supply and will provide a huge export market for American LNG producers", Ross said.

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  • North Korea carries out new ballistic missile test

    Trump said earlier this month that he would be "honoured" to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "under the right circumstances". The direction of the missile, so close to Russian Federation, was likely an attempt by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to send a message to both Moscow and Beijing, said Carl Schuster, a Hawaii Pacific University professor and former director of operations at the US Pacific Command's Joint Intelligence Center.

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  • Elías Jaua: El poder Constituyente está activo

    Desde que estalló la oleada de manifestaciones, hace más de un mes, 42 personas han muerto tras choques con las fuerzas de seguridad. El abogado constitucionalista, Freddy Gutiérrez, manifestó este martes que el Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE) tiene el decreto que consignó el presidente de la República, Nicolás Maduro , sobre la iniciativa de realizar una Asamblea Nacional Constituyente (ANC) y "le toca ahora valorar si tiene valor jurídico o no".

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  • FBI Agents Association endorses Rogers for director

    FBI Agents Association endorses Rogers for director

    Comey was leading the FBI investigation into potential collusion between Trump campaign officials and Russian government agents who sought to manipulate the outcome of the USA presidential election. Trump, who traveled to Virginia for a commencement speech at Liberty University on Saturday, said he could make a decision on a new director before he departs for a trip to Saudi Arabia on Friday.

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  • Macron se entrevistará con Merkel en su primer día de presidencia

    Macron se entrevistará con Merkel en su primer día de presidencia

    Emmanuel Macron, un ex banquero de 39 años, se ha convertido este domingo en el presidente más joven de la historia de Francia , tras imponerse a la líder ultraderechista, Marine Le Pen, en la segunda vuelta electoral del 7 de mayo, después de una campaña electoral marcada por la sucesión de escándalos políticos.

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  • N. Korea test-fires missile, challenging new leader in South

    It impacted "so close to Russian soil. the president can not imagine that Russia is pleased", the White House said. The kind of projectile matters because while North Korea regularly tests shorter-range missiles, it is also working to master the technology needed to field nuclear-tipped missiles that can reach the USA mainland.

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  • Man arrested for kidnapping 8-year-old, killing her mother

    Man arrested for kidnapping 8-year-old, killing her mother

    Lowery's body was discovered on May 5, deputies say. Authorities offered a $10,000 reward for help in finding the missing girl who has not been seen since May 4th when she was at her mother's home in the 600 block of Craig Circle. Sheriff Lemon has not commented on what evidence lead to Bright's release or if there are any other suspects or person of interest in Ella Lowery's death.

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  • NKorea missile test a 'threat to international peace'

    Tensions have mounted in recent months after the Trump administration said it would keep "all options on the table" to halt North Korea's nuclear weapons program, including a military strike. People watch a television screen showing a news broadcast on North Korea's ballistic missile launch at Seoul Station in Seoul , South Korea, on Sunday, May 14, 2017 .

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  • Trump and Putin signal closer co-operation on Syria after 'very good' talks

    The White House says Trump and Putin discussed the creation of safe zones in Syria , but there was no mention of this in the Kremlin readout of the call. The White House called the chat between Trump and Putin "very good" and said the USA would send a representative to cease-fire talks set to resume in Astana, Kazakhstan on Wednesday.

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  • Trump, Australian PM Tout 'Great, Great Relationship'

    White House officials said the US-Australia refugee deal still stood, but remained a "raw nerve" for Mr Trump. Australia's government provides nationalized health care, and the country spends about half as much as the USA does to provide it.

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  • Moon condemns N. Korean missile launch

    South Korea's President Moon Jae-in has strongly condemned the launch, saying there was still the possibility of dialogue with North Korea but that Seoul would deal sternly with any such provocations. It said President Donald Trump's "maximum pressure and engagement" policy is only aimed at "stifling us" and will compel the North to "strengthen our nuclear deterrent at the maximum speed".

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  • US President Donald Trump invites new South Korean president to Washington

    The inaugural ceremony was held at a main hall of the parliamentary building, just hours after the election results were confirmed by the national election commission. Moon's softer stance on North Korea could create friction with Washington, which has swung from threats of military action to hints of dialogue as it seeks to formulate a policy under President Donald Trump.

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  • Windows 10 update appeals to iPhone users and makes video editing easier

    Windows 10 update appeals to iPhone users and makes video editing easier

    Microsoft also said the store would include new apps from Autodesk and SAP, which could appeal to corporate customers. iTunes is coming to the Windows Store by the end of this year. To demonstrate the creative decisions it has to face, it rebuilt a virtual version of the stage from the show Kurios, including its famous huge mechanical hand.

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  • Four candidates for Federal Bureau of Investigation director job to be interviewed after Comey firing

    Critics have assailed Trump for abruptly dismissing Comey, who was leading the agency's investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US election, and possible ties between Moscow and the Trump presidential campaign. Mr Trump seemed to be suggesting that he would release recordings if Mr Comey gave his own version of events, she adds. Trump, then the Republican Presidential Nominee, reacted favourably to the news.

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  • N Korea's holding USA citizen 'concerning'

    On Sunday, media reported that a fourth USA citizen was detained a day earlier by Pyongyang on suspicion of hostile acts. The arrest on Saturday of Kim Hak-song raises the number of USA citizens now held in North Korea to four. Mission late Thursday issued a statement calling the purported plot to kill Kim a "declaration of war". This is not the first time North Korea detains Americans.

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  • Continuará investigación sobre vínculos Casa Blanca-Rusia

    El caos comunicativo se completa con el mensaje oficial de la Casa Blanca de que Comey no contaba con el apoyo de sus subalternos, algo que ha negado el director del FBI en funciones, Andrew McCabe . "Nadie puede impedir a los hombres y mujeres del FBI que hagan lo correcto", indicó. El mandatario estaba sumamente enojado con el ahora ex director del organismo, James Comey, por no apoyar su idea de que Barack Obama había pinchado sus teléfonos durante la campaña.

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  • JK: Militants open fire on Army patrol in Pulwama's Tral

    JK: Militants open fire on Army patrol in Pulwama's Tral

    The police said the security personnel deployed there tried to apprehend the militants, but they opened fire. Soon after the incident government forces launched a cordon and search operation in some villages of Tral. The attack comes on a day when civilians were killed as a result of ceasefire violation by Pakistan along the line of control in Nowshera sector of Rajouri district.

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  • ACB records Kapil Mishra's statement in tanker scam

    While speaking to the media, Mishra affirmed that Kejriwal was silent on the allegations as he had a lot to "hide". Mishra is demanding that AAP leaders Sanjay Singh, Ashish Khetan, Satyendar Jain, Raghav Chadha and Durgesh Pathak disclose details and source of their funding for their foreign trips and questioned as to why these leaders have not put this information in the public domain as yet.

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  • Syria: Safe zones plan comes into force

    Political and armed opposition groups in Syria have rejected the proposal, saying Russian Federation has been unwilling or unable to get President Bashar al-Assad and his Iranian-backed militia allies to respect past ceasefires. Russia , Turkey and Iran will form a joint working group on de-escalation which will particularly determine the borders of the de-escalation zones and safe areas.

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  • Macron wins French presidency but hurdles remain in campaign to govern

    Macron wins French presidency but hurdles remain in campaign to govern

    Theresa May has sought to turn Emmanuel Macron's victory in France to her own electoral advantage, telling supporters that she needs a big mandate to match his. Macron's new party is already looking to next month's parliamentary elections to gain a majority. The lawmaker spoke in favor of attracting FN voters, taking advantage of their disappointment with Marine Le Pen's "poor performance during the campaign and presidential debates".

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  • Korea test-fires missile, challenging new leader in South

    Japanese officials said the missile flew for about 30 minutes, traveling about 800 kilometers (500 miles) and reaching an unusually high altitude of 2,000 kilometers (1,240 miles). North Korea conducted another in a string of missile tests Saturday amid heightened worldwide tensions over its nuclear program. North Korea has previously attempted at least nine missile launches on six occasions since US President Donald Trump was inaugurated in January.

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  • Duterte may not accept Trump invitation

    Duterte may not accept Trump invitation

    Duterte suggested he is unable to make a visit to the White House due to previously scheduled trips to Russian Federation and Israel, though Reuters reported that Foreign Ministry spokesman Robespierre Bolivar said Duterte would accept a formal letter of invitation.

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  • Japan says N. Korea may have tested new missile

    North Korea on Sunday test-launched a ballistic missile that landed in the Sea of Japan, the South Korean, Japanese and USA militaries said. Moon won Tuesday's election on a platform of a moderate approach to North Korea and has said he would be willing to go to Pyongyang under the right circumstances, arguing dialogue must be used in parallel with sanctions to resolve its neighbour's defiance of the global community.

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  • David Silva, Gabriel Jesus lift Manchester City over Leicester

    David Silva, Gabriel Jesus lift Manchester City over Leicester

    Leicester have improved since firing last year's title-winning manager Claudio Ranieri on February 23. City has 72 points, Liverpool 70, and Arsenal 69. According to reports, Zabaleta might still remain in England as he has been reportedly offered a deal by West Ham. "There have been times throughout the season where we deserved a bit more, but today we got that luck and the three points".

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