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  • Trump shared secret info about Islamic State with Russians

    At the very least, Monday's bombshell will renew intense curiosity about why Trump, unlike nearly everyone else in Washington , does not seem to be as wary of Russian Federation and its motives. It potentially damages trust that's critical in these kinds of arrangements. "I don't think that it would be that hard (for Russian spy services) to figure this out".

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  • Ransomware attack: Who's been hit

    The Japan Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center, a nonprofit providing support for computer attacks, said 2,000 computers at 600 locations in Japan were reported affected so far. A source familiar with the matter said equities meetings still take place but less frequently than they did under the Obama administration. "The WannaCrypt exploits used in the attack were drawn from the exploits stolen from the National Security Agency, or NSA, in the United States", Brad Smith, ...

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  • Trump shared highly classified info about Islamic State with Russians

    The White House was already reeling from its botched handling of Trump's decision last week to fire James Comey , the FBI director who was overseeing the Russian Federation investigation. The U.S. officials told Reuters that Trump revealed the information to the Russians without consulting the ally that provided it, which threatens to jeopardise a long-standing intelligence-sharing agreement.

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  • Reports of Trump sharing classified info point to growing fear of him

    Reports of Trump sharing classified info point to growing fear of him

    The Washington Post is reporting that Trump revealed highly classified information about Islamic State militants to Russian officials during a meeting at the White House last week. "He has the power to do this", former CIA Director Michael Hayden said on " CNN Tonight" Monday. Trump's first foreign trip also begins later this week and includes a stop in Saudi Arabia, another Islamic State foe, and a 25 May NATO meeting in Brussels attended by other important USA allies.

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  • Trump shared classified information with Russians: Senior US officials

    Trump shared classified information with Russians: Senior US officials

    And the President did not disclose any military operations that were not already publicly known. "During that exchange the nature of specific threats were discussed, but they did not discuss sources, methods or military operations", Tillerson, who was in the meeting, said in a statement provided by White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

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  • Vidal anunció un plan de 80 obras viales por $ 16.000 millones

    Vidal anunció un plan de 80 obras viales por $ 16.000 millones

    La gobernadora María Eugenia Vidal anunció este martes un plan de 80 obras viales para reparar rutas y puentes durante un acto que encabezó en el distrito bonaerense de Ramallo, en el que se aseguró que las obras lanzadas contemplan un gasto cercano a los 10.000 millones de pesos.

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  • Road to passage for Texas 'bathroom bill' getting far harder

    The House State Affairs Committee took no action on the bill earlier this week, but with several weeks left in the Texas legislative session, some say there are several ways the issue might be kept alive. White offered an answer to opponents' safety concerns: If someone under 18 has "done something heinous", prosecutors can still certify them as adults in court.

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  • Ransomware Attack Hits Businesses Across The World

    Ransomware Attack Hits Businesses Across The World

    A message on a computer screen informing NHS customers that they are having problems with their IT services, as the NHS has been hit by a major cyber attack on its computer systems. "The numbers are going up". "At the moment we are in the face of an escalating threat, the numbers are going up, I am anxious about how the numbers will continue to grow when people go to work and turn their machines on Monday morning".

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  • Avioneta se pierde en el Triángulo de las Bermudas

    Abordo del bimotor se encontraban Nathan Ulrich, Jennifer Blumin y sus dos hijos de 4 y 10 años respectivamente . Su avión estaba a unos 24 mil pies cuando el control del tráfico aéreo perdió el contacto. Un elemento de la Guardia Costera fue enviado a la zona y se esperaba que llegara más tarde este martes para ayudar con la búsqueda. El grupo se especializa en la reconstrucción de espacios históricos y convertirlos para el uso de eventos de gama alta.

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  • Nintendo Developing 'The Legend of Zelda' Smartphone Game

    Nintendo Developing 'The Legend of Zelda' Smartphone Game

    This would mark Nintendo's latest foray into mobile gaming, after " Super Mario Run " and "Fire Emblem Heroes". And we're inclined to agree with their assessment. The Zelda franchise has been one of the most popular from Nintendo , and it has survived the years and decades, jumping from one Nintendo console to another.

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  • What to know about travel ban appeals

    But which of the complex set of issues the court might consider - from the First Amendment religious bias issue, to claims Trump's order violates Due Process or Equal Protection rights and statutory rules, remains unclear. But Neal Katyal, a lawyer for Hawaii, argued, "The truth is there is no such disavowal, both pre- and post-campaign". And after a court blocked the revised order, Katyal said, Trump declared the new measure a "watered-down" version of the first.

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  • Dem calls report on Trump, intel 'disturbing'

    Dem calls report on Trump, intel 'disturbing'

    The Washington Post broke the story early Monday evening and said Trump wrongly gave top secret information to Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during an Oval Office meeting last week. "This isn't the biggest news out of that meeting", he said. "He didn't talk about election meddling", the CNN counterterrorism analyst added. Trump said within two days that he would have fired Comey no matter what the memo said, directly contradicting his ...

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  • Top 5 Plays from Celtics-Wizards Game 7

    Top 5 Plays from Celtics-Wizards Game 7

    It was needed and Olynyk delivered. Yes, he finished the best statistical season of his six-year National Basketball Association career during the regular season and if not for his clutch three-point shot in Game 6 the team wouldn't have had another chance at moving on to the Eastern Conference finals, but Wall was nowhere to be found late in Game 7 against the Boston Celtics.

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  • Estados Unidos halla fondos millonarios a familiares de Humberto Moreira

    Estados Unidos halla fondos millonarios a familiares de Humberto Moreira

    El ex gobernador del estado de Coahuila y actual candidato al congreso local por el Partido Joven, Humberto Moreira , negó este martes la veracidad de una nota publicada por el periódico Reforma donde se denuncia la existencia de cuentas por hasta 62.1 millones de dólares en bancos de Mónaco y las Islas Caimán a nombre de su esposa y su cuñada.

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  • N. Korea carries out new missile test amid rising tensions with US

    N. Korea carries out new missile test amid rising tensions with US

    Here's a closer look at what happened in Sunday's missile launch, which came only a few days after the inauguration of a new South Korean president, and why it's viewed as a worrying development by North Korea's neighbors and Washington . The test seems to have not only "demonstrated an intermediate range ballistic missile that may enable the regime to reliably strike the US base at Guam in the Pacific", Schilling said, but "more importantly, may represent a substantial advance to developing ...

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  • Trump's frustrations are boiling over after Comey dismissal

    Comey was heading up an FBI investigation into the Trump campaign's potential ties to Russian Federation when he was sacked, and the timing of Trump's decision led many to speculate over whether Trump fired Comey because he was upset about the Russian Federation investigation.

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  • Turkish opposition urges Trump to prod Erdogan on rights

    Turkish opposition urges Trump to prod Erdogan on rights

    Turkey believes the Kurds in Syria are linked to a Turkish Kurdish group, known as the PKK, which the US, the European Union and Turkey all consider a terrorist organization. "Given Trump's clear fondness for autocrats and disinterest in upholding human rights norms at home and overseas, Turks who look to the United States to support their aspirations for a democratic future have little reason for optimism that they have a friend in the White House".

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  • Merkel says she won't tell France what to do

    Merkel says she won't tell France what to do

    Breathing new life into the European Union is just one of a host of challenges Macron faces. Merkel's approach underlined her view that it was crucial not only for France, but for Germany, to help Macron succeed - a point that she has repeatedly stressed.

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  • Kurdish-led forces to advance on ISIL's de facto Syria capital

    Kurdish-led forces to advance on ISIL's de facto Syria capital

    State-run news agency SANA quoted Damascus governor Beshr al-Sabban saying Monday that military units were combing the neighborhood to dismantle explosives and mines. STEIN: Well, certainly the other issue besides the Syrian Kurds is a man named Fethullah Gulen, who's a self-exiled imam who lives up in Saylorsburg, Pa.

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  • Trump Accused Of Disclosing Classified Information To Russian Envoys

    Trump Accused Of Disclosing Classified Information To Russian Envoys

    Two former officials knowledgeable of the situation confirmed to CNN that the main points of the Post story are accurate: The President shared classified information with the Russian foreign minister. The information was supplied by an ally of US. The President met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak in a White House meeting last week .

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  • Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Announced for Switch, PS4 and Steam

    Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Announced for Switch, PS4 and Steam

    This is the first time the Harvest Moon brand will be on Steam and the Nintendo Switch. Harvest Moon: Light of Hope will feature all the game elements that fans look for: growing crops, tending livestock, and material gathering. However, the player finds safety in a small harbor town which the storm severely damages. Of course, along the way they will make friends, start a family, revive the lighthouse, and save the town.

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  • How to avoid the ransomware attack

    How to avoid the ransomware attack

    But he said the country was safe from the major impacts of the attack, which was believed to be the same thing as the one that reached thousands of computer systems in the United Kingdom in an extortion plot. government for not disclosing more software vulnerabilities. Some hospitals were forced to cancel procedures and appointments, as ambulances were directed to neighbouring hospitals free from the computer virus.

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  • Sonic Forces will have hero customization

    Sonic Forces will have hero customization

    What we saw of the gameplay felt like pretty standard Sonic as well, a mixture of classic and newer ideas, as you're either positioned behind sonic with his back to the camera (as we've seen in previous 3D Sonic games) or side-on like the classic 2D platforms, the shift happening naturally in different sections of the level.

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  • Trump claims 'absolute right' to share info with Russia

    Trump claims 'absolute right' to share info with Russia

    New Zealand Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee noted the story had been denied."The media reports have been rejected by senior USA officials who were in the meeting", he said in an email via his spokeswoman. The Post said the level of detail Trump disclosed may enable the Russians to identify the source or method of gathering the information. Indeed, as president, Trump can declassify information as he sees fit.

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  • Trump, in tweets, defends his sharing of information with Russians

    Trump, in tweets, defends his sharing of information with Russians

    The threat was related to the use of laptop computers on aircraft. But he also noted that the president talked about "common threats to our two countries, including threats to civil aviation. His tweets came minutes after a spokeswoman for Russia's foreign ministry described the reports in a post on Facebook as " yet another fake ". Anthony Cordesman, a national security expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said allies will be trying to size up Trump's "actual ...

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