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  • Six ways to prevent WannaCry ransomware attack

    Mr Wainwright said Europol was working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to track down those responsible and said it was likely more than one person was behind the attack but he said identifying offenders was "very difficult". The statement said antivirus systems are working to destroy it. The interior ministry said on its website around 1,000 computers had been infected but it had localised the virus.

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  • Macri felicitó Macron y se espera un diálogo telefónico

    Los franceses eligieron un " futuro europeo", se congratuló el presidente de la Comisión Europea, Jean-Claude Juncker. - En las calles parisinas se han registrados este lunes protestas por parte de los ciudadanos, a tan sólo horas de la elección del nuevo presidente Emmanuel Macron , informó el portal de RT noticias.

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  • Afghanistan IS head Hasib killed

    Afghanistan IS head Hasib killed

    Abdul Hasib was the target of an April 26 raid in Nangarhar Province, to the east of Kabul along the Pakistani border. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation spokesman Captain Bill Salvin later elaborated on the raid said: "There were women and children in the compound" where Hasib was killed .

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  • Sanchez became a better player at Arsenal, Wenger insists

    Earlier this week, Wenger claimed that "some teams turn up, some go on holiday" after West Ham's performance during their 4-0 defeat to top-four rivals Liverpool . "We want to get in there, let's give ourselves every chance", he said. "Once he gets the ball on the pitch he becomes a devil and forgets the pain".

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  • Fox News' Guilfoyle up for White House press secretary job

    PIRRO: Will he be tomorrow? Sometimes Trump will zig when you think he'll zag, sometimes he'll actually zag when you think he'll zag, and sometimes he'll just straight-up tell Russian officials about the classified information he has so they'll think their investment in his campaign was a good idea.

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  • Metro retoma servicio en Línea 5 entre Irarrázaval y Plaza de Armas

    Metro retoma servicio en Línea 5 entre Irarrázaval y Plaza de Armas

    El problema en un tren en estación Baquedano de la Línea 5 produjo la suspensión del servicio entre Irarrázaval y Plaza de Armas en plena hora punta de esta mañana , generando congestión y problemas para el desplazamiento de las personas. Los pasajeros, a través de redes sociales, informaron que esto se debió a un corte de energía. Sin embargo, a las 09:17 de la mañana se restableció el servicio y se comenzó a normalizar la frecuencia de los trenes.

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  • Donald Trump to wade into Middle East politics on first foreign trip

    Trump is expected to visit with Pope Francis during his stop at the Vatican. The weeklong trip will mark the president's first trip overseas and come about six weeks after the US launched Tomahawk missiles against a Syrian air base in the aftermath of a chemical weapons attack in the war-ravaged country.

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  • US Ends Arctic Council Chairmanship By Signing Treaty on Carbon Emissions

    US Ends Arctic Council Chairmanship By Signing Treaty on Carbon Emissions

    The New York Times in March reported the Trump administration was split on the Paris agreement , with Tillerson and White House adviser Ivanka Trump urging for the U.S.to stay in. "If we have the United States and Russian Federation that are not really sharing the view that it is happening or how much it is man-made, it is hard to proceed", he said.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn brands War on Terror a failure

    Jeremy Corbyn brands War on Terror a failure

    Produced by creative-technology studio Room One, the sub three minute video has been released to mark the start of the party's General Election campaign, with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn giving a speech during a rally. It has not increased our security at home. He said he supported military action "as a genuine last resort" but accused recent British and USA governments of "bomb first, talk later" policies.

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  • After latest meltdown, Edwin Diaz out as Mariners closer for now

    After latest meltdown, Edwin Diaz out as Mariners closer for now

    Instead, their focus will be on getting their 23-year-old reliever back to a condition in which they'll be comfortable firing him out in ninth innings. Diaz told reporters Tuesday that he's understanding of Servais' decision to take him out of the closer role. "I don't know if there's any rationalization behind it", Servais said.

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  • Liberals off to strong early lead as votes are counted

    Without a 44-seat majority in the legislature, either the Liberals or NDP would have to negotiate with the Greens to form a government. Preliminary results in Courtenay-Comox put the NDP's Ronna-Rae Leonard ahead of the Liberals' Jim Benninger by just nine votes.

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  • Contradictions by Trump create credibility gap for aides

    Contradictions by Trump create credibility gap for aides

    The White House issued a furious denial near the end of a tumultuous day spent beating back potentially disastrous news reports from dawn to dusk. The bombshell Comey news came as the beleaguered administration was still struggling mightily to explain Monday's revelation that the president had disclosed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and the country's ambassador to the United States.

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  • Trump's intel disclosure to Russian Federation put spy in danger

    Trump's intel disclosure to Russian Federation put spy in danger

    Trump is also under pressure over accusations he asked then-FBI Director James Comey to end the agency's investigation into the Russian Federation ties of former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn. Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday to defend his actions. Aides have said he hopes for a full explanation from the White House. The White House put out a statement denying the accuracy of Comey's memo.

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  • Manchester City's Pablo Zabaleta says his favourite moment was beating Manchester United

    It was a ideal night for him and his family. It's my first year here but when I see what I saw tonight, I realise the impact of this guy at the club. He put his heart on the field. The manager also reserved praise for the performances of captain Kompany and top scorer Aguero. "Gabriel was unbelievable but I have to say, I think the key player up front was Sergio", Guardiola added.

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  • Macron Names Prime Minister

    Mr Philippe, like Mr Macron, attended the elite ENA school, and his political hero is Rocard - another point in common with the 39-year-old new president. A day after his inauguration the fervently pro-EU Macron made his first trip overseas, visiting Germany, the other half of the power couple driving European integration.

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  • Friend of Trump: Comey was not obligated to tell Congress

    Friend of Trump: Comey was not obligated to tell Congress

    Mr Trump spent much of the day trying to put to rest separate allegations that he revealed sensitive information to Mr Lavrov and Moscow's ambassador to Washington, arguing he acted within the law. Flynn resigned in February after disclosures that he had discussed US sanctions on Russia with the Russian ambassador to the United States before Trump took office and misled Vice President Mike Pence about the conversations.

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  • US would talk to N. Korea if missile, nuclear tests stop

    US would talk to N. Korea if missile, nuclear tests stop

    There is another possibility that "Lazarus Group" may be working independently and without the instructions from North Korea, the report added. The United States has been discussing possible new U.N. "We all have to send a sign to North Korea, and that is 'no more". "I believe that China will stay true to that and we will come together on how we're going to do that", she said.

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  • Papa Francisco llega a Portugal para canonización de los pastores de Fátima

    Papa Francisco llega a Portugal para canonización de los pastores de Fátima

    Los hermanos Jacinta y Francisco , muertos con 9 y 10 años, son los primeros niños que acceden a los altares por un milagro y no por martirio. Uno de los lugares de mayor atracción de Europa. Su proceso de beatificación comenzó en 2008. Francisco adelantó hoy que cuando se reúna este mes con el magnate Donald Trump hablará de paz y le dirá lo que piensa, pues dice que nunca hace un juicio de una persona sin escucharla.

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  • Global Geo-Political Series: Trump-Erdogan Hints at New Era of Relations

    Global Geo-Political Series: Trump-Erdogan Hints at New Era of Relations

    Arthur accused Erdogan supporters of breaching police lines and attacking protesters on at least three separate occasions. Video from the scene showed people shouting and being punched. "President Trump reiterated the commitment of the United States to the security of our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally Turkey and the need to work together to confront terrorism in all its forms", the executive mansion said in a readout of the meeting.

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  • Massa recurrirá ante la CIDH por el fallo de la Corte Suprema

    Si bien el fallo de la Corte adopta posturas estrictamente jurídicas, Abal Medina sostiene que no se puede olvidar que "el delito al que se le aplicó el beneficio de la ley del 2x1, formó parte de los delitos cometidos por el propio Estado, y que tuvimos la oportunidad de repararlos".

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  • Daredevils' climb of Golden Gate Bridge prompts security review

    Daredevils' climb of Golden Gate Bridge prompts security review

    He said he respects those who patrol the bridge and purposely dangled late at night to avoid a potential accident with busy traffic below during the daytime hours. The video went viral and caught the attention of Homeland Security, which has cameras and motion detectors set-up around and on the bridge. Authorities don't know how the climbers got access to the bridge since their visit didn't trigger any alarms.

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  • Consejo de Seguridad evalúa nuevas sanciones contra Corea del Norte

    Consejo de Seguridad evalúa nuevas sanciones contra Corea del Norte

    En entrevista telefónica con xeu Noticias, la especialista recordó que el domingo pasado Corea del Norte realizó otra prueba, lanzando un misil balístico, el de mayor alcance que ha lanzado. En un comunicado adoptado por unanimidad, el lunes (hora local), en Nueva York, el consejo, de quince miembros, enfatizó la importancia de que Corea del Norte "muestre de inmediato un compromiso sincero para la desnuclearización mediante un acto concreto" .

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  • La Casa Blanca defiende a Trump sobre información que compartió con Putin

    Ese pedido del presidente, que consta en un memorando confidencial de Comey citado por el diario, representaba una interferencia directa en una investigación en curso y una posible obstrucción de la justicia. El presidente también expresó que busca de alguna manera que " Rusia aumente de forma importante su participación en la lucha contra el EI (Estado Islámico) y el terrorismo".

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