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  • Cyber attack 'could come back this morning' as people return to work

    Cyber security experts predict that the scope of the attack could expand as people return to work and resume their work on computers, CNN reported on Monday. Microsoft released a further patch on Friday in an attempt to stop the massive ransomeware worm from spreading across networks. But many corporations don't automatically update their systems, because Windows updates can screw up their legacy software programs.

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  • Trump expresses desire to improve relations with Russian Federation

    Trump expresses desire to improve relations with Russian Federation

    Lavrov, ' Trump told reporters after the talks. In a Senate hearing Monday, former acting Attorney General Sally Yates said she bluntly warned Trump's White House in January that Flynn "essentially could be blackmailed" by the Russians because he apparently had lied to his bosses about his contacts with Kislyak.

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  • Inside North Korea's Accelerated Plan to Build a Viable Missile

    The U.S. military said that the flight was "not consistent" with an intercontinental ballistic missile, but it did not identify what type of missile it was. KCNA said the test "proved to the full" the missile's capabilities, including guidance and stabilisation systems, its engine performance in flight, and "the homing feature of the warhead under the worst re-entry situation and accurate performance of detonation system".

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  • Internet collectively swoons over South Korea President's "stunningly handsome" bodyguard

    While Abe called for following through on the agreement, Moon said that most South Korean people don't accept the accord. South Korea's election body said that Moon had gathered 41 percent of the votes. He was quoted as saying that while South Korea remained open to dialogue, it would only be possible "when North Korea shows a change in attitude". Then, on May 13, a senior North Korean diplomat, Choe Son-hui, head of the foreign ministry's North America bureau, said her country would ...

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  • Europeans snub trade text at China's Silk Road summit

    Europeans snub trade text at China's Silk Road summit

    Xi said Beijing wants "Belt and Road" to improve cooperation in making industrial and financial policy, speed up development of infrastructure, make trade and investment flow more easily and improve interaction on education and other "people-to-people ties".

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  • Hong Kong rejects asylum for refugees who sheltered Snowden

    Hong Kong rejects asylum for refugees who sheltered Snowden

    Snowden hid out in Hong Kong for two weeks in June 2013 after he leaked documents revealing extensive US government surveillance. Their role in hiding Snowden was not known until the release of an Oliver Stone movie a year ago - " Snowden " - which shed light on his stay in Hong Kong.

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  • Fear Jadhav may be executed soon: India tells ICJ

    Fear Jadhav may be executed soon: India tells ICJ

    Co-agent Sharma told the court that Pakistan had failed to comply with all its legal obligations by denying consular access to Jadhav ever since he was arrested in March 2016. India has questioned not only the authenticity of the video but has also accused Pakistan of torturing Jadhav into "confessing". Earlier on Monday, India had presented its case in the matter, urging the ICJ to suspend the death sentence awarded to Jadhav.

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  • AAP MLA Sanjeev Tries Hunger Strike Against Mishra, Police Detain him

    Mishra also alleged that AAP had lied in its declaration to the EC about the cash it had in bank account in 2013-14 and grossly misrepresented the figure. He alleged that AAP had received "crores of rupees" from "shell companies", donated in clandestine ways. Mishra was removed as a Delhi minister a week ago in a sudden move and later suspended from the AAP.

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  • Trump tasks new commission to examine election fraud

    That was viewed warily by some Republicans and Democrats, who said Trump's unsubstantiated claims could undermine voting rights efforts and confidence in the new president. "They are accessories after the fact to voter fraud". NPR's Tamara Keith contributed reporting to this story . "This is one of my great choices", he told Fox News in an October 2016 interview.

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  • Interviews well underway for new Federal Bureau of Investigation director to replace Comey

    Interviews well underway for new Federal Bureau of Investigation director to replace Comey

    As President Donald Trump considers a replacement for fired FBI Director James Comey, lawmakers are urging the president to steer clear of appointing any politicians. James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, said the Founding Fathers created three co-equal branches of government with checks and balances, but with Trump as president, that was now "eroding".

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  • Iran's conservative candidate leaves presidential race

    Iran's conservative candidate leaves presidential race

    Raisi's popularity has risen steadily in recent weeks and Qalibaf's move should give him a last-minute boost against Rouhani, who has eased Iran's worldwide isolation though failed to spur a sluggish economy. President Rouhani, in a speech on Monday, told supporters he needed a strong mandate to push for political freedoms and the release of opposition leaders.

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  • Edouard Philippe named French PM

    Edouard Philippe named French PM

    Mr Philippe began his political life as a Socialist activist affiliated to the former prime minister Michel Rocard while he was a student, before turning to the right. But his year-old party faces a strong challenge from the losers of the presidential election, with the Republicans, Le Pen's National Front, the hard-left France Insoumise (France Unbowed) and centre-left Socialists all plotting revenge.

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  • Trump's Muslim Comments Could Haunt Him In Travel Ban Appeal

    JUDGE NIEMEYER: We have a candidate who won the presidency, some candidate other than President Trump , won the presidency, and then chose to issue this particular order.Do I understand that just in that circumstance the executive order should be honored? Monday marks the first time the revised travel ban is heard before an appeals court.

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  • Trump Pledges To Move Quickly To Name New FBI Director

    Clapper said America's founding fathers had created three co-equal branches of government with checks and balances, but with Trump as president, that was now under assault and "eroding". But it is not only at the White House that Trump has communications problems. Acting FBI director Andrew McCabe sidestepped a question during a Senate hearing on Thursday on whether he ever heard Comey tell Trump that the president was not the subject of investigation.

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  • PM Modi speaks to French President-Elect Macron

    Valls, a center-leaning politician in favor of relaxing France's tight labor protections, could not even win his own Socialist party's presidential primary, losing to Benoit Hamon. Former French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has publicly thrown his hat in with new president Macron . Macron is working to obtain a majority in the lower house of parliament in June elections.

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  • Led coalition strike kills 23 in Syria

    Led coalition strike kills 23 in Syria

    An airstrike by the USA -led coalition killed 23 civilians Monday in a Syrian town held by ISIS on the border with Iraq, activists said . The SOHR, which serves as a monitor on affairs within Syria, says the attack on the town of Akayrshi killed 23 people, 12 women among this number.

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  • Kurdish-led forces advance on IS-held Raqqa, say activists

    Kurdish-led forces advance on IS-held Raqqa, say activists

    The possible worsening of relations between Turkey and the United States following the countries of the European Union can strengthen patriotism and nationalist sentiments not only among Erdogan's supporters, but also among the leftist political forces, the anti-American sentiment among whom sometimes is off the charts, and will bring it closer to Russian Federation.

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  • Somalia says regional al-Shabab leader is killed in raid

    A Navy SEAL killed during an operation in Somalia Friday was working toward a master's degree from William and Mary's Raymond A. Mason School of Business, according to a statement released by the college. "He is irreplaceable as a husband, father, son, friend and teammate - and our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and teammates". "We grieve his death, but we celebrate his life and many accomplishments".

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  • Father and six-year-old daughter found dead in Red Deer

    Father and six-year-old daughter found dead in Red Deer

    Police in central Alberta are investigating after a man in his 30s and his young daughter were found dead inside a home in Red Deer Sunday afternoon. The names of the deceased are not being released at this time. Police will be working in consultation with the medical examiner's office to determine cause and manner of death for both the deceased. "This is a tragic loss that affects our whole community".

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  • China Hosts Silk Road Summit in North Korea's Shadow

    On the concluding day of the summit on Monday, Chinese President Xi Jinping said that a total of 68 countries and global organizations signed the One Belt and One Road (OBOR) cooperation agreements with China. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday addressed the plenary session of the Belt and Road Forum (BRF) for International Cooperation in Beijing, where he stressed that geo-economics should take precedence over geopolitics.

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  • Global cyberattack: A super-simple explanation of what happened

    A security guard stands outside the Telefonica headquarters in Madrid, Spain, Friday, May 12, 2017. "[The] worldwide ransomware attack shows what can happen when the NSA or Central Intelligence Agency write malware instead of disclosing the vulnerability to the software manufacturer", Lieu said in a statement .

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  • China's Xi speaks with new South Korean president about North Korea

    China's Xi speaks with new South Korean president about North Korea

    Beijing opposes the system, arguing that its radar systems allow the US and South Korea to spy on nearby Chinese military, and has imposed unofficial sanctions on South Korean companies operating in China. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wants to meet Moon as soon as possible, his office said in a statement . Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the crisis on the Korean Peninsula in the telephone talks with South Korea's new president, Moon Jae-in, during which the sides emphasized ...

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  • US Foods Holding Corp's (USFD) Buy Rating Reiterated at Guggenheim

    Returns and Valuations for US Foods Holding Corp. Analysts reported that the Price Target for US Foods Holding Corp. might touch $32 high while the Average Price Target and Low price Target is $29.22 and $25 respectively. US Foods Holding Corp (NASDAQ:USFD) opened at 28.60 on Wednesday. US Foods Holding Corp. In terms of Buy, Sell or Hold recommendations, US Foods Holding (NYSE:USFD) has analysts' mean recommendation of 2.1.

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  • TataCLiQ.com launches Meizu M5 in India for Rs 10499

    TataCLiQ.com launches Meizu M5 in India for Rs 10499

    Although the Meizu M5 comes in two storage options- 2GB/16GB variant and 3GB/ 32GB variant, only the latter has landed on the Indian soil. "This overwhelming response further inspired us to introduce this device in the Indian market", said Leon Zhang, Meizu Marketing Head, South Asia, in a statement.

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  • First lady: Barron to attend private Episcopal school in MD

    First lady: Barron to attend private Episcopal school in MD

    Andrew's Episcopal School. "We look forward to the coming school years at St. Andrew's", Mrs. Trump said. She says St. Andrews is known for its diverse community and its commitment to academic excellence. "School leaders are working directly with the Secret Service to ensure that Postoak Campus logistics and security will continue to work smoothly and discreetly next year for all of our students and families", the letter to parents said, according to CNN .

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