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  • Global ransomware attack puts Winnipeg systems on alert

    Global ransomware attack puts Winnipeg systems on alert

    Brad Smith, Microsoft's president and chief legal officer, said on Sunday in a blog post that his company, its customers and the government all share the blame, the report said. Some of the victims have reportedly regained access to their files after paying, although security experts advise against complying with ransom demands.

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  • Saudi Arabia counting down the seconds until Trump arrives

    Saudi Arabia counting down the seconds until Trump arrives

    King Salman, addressing the session at Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah, expressed hope the May 21 summit with Arab and Muslim leaders "will establish a new partnership in confronting extremism and terrorism", Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported . Afterward, Trump will participate in the opening of a new center to "fight radicalization and promote moderation", according to the adviser. Trump is the first United States president in decades not to make his first worldwide foray to one of the US' ...

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  • Nine protesters injured in Washington outside Turkish Embassy

    A state-owned Turkish news agency also confirmed the Turkish security team's involvement . Video footage of the clash on Tuesday showed men in suits charging past police to kick and punch protesters. DC Mayor Muriel Bowser called the fighting a "violent attack on a peaceful demonstration" and an "affront to DC values and our rights as Americans".

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  • Trump's Disclosures Could Put Foreign Intelligence Ties at Risk

    Trump's Disclosures Could Put Foreign Intelligence Ties at Risk

    White House national security adviser H.R. McMaster defended the president's actions Tuesday during a press briefing. UK Prime Minister Theresa May declined to say Wednesday whether she still had full confidence in US President Donald Trump in the wake of reports that he shared top secret intelligence with Russian Federation, instead stressing that Britain and the United States have "a very special relationship" and would continue to work together.

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  • Trump pays tribute to fallen police officers

    Trump pays tribute to fallen police officers

    The two young men they loved so much, are getting recognized nationally by the country's commander-in-chief. The former president did, however, illuminate the White House in rainbow colors after the Supreme Court declared same-sex marriage legal in June 2015.

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  • Brasil: Temer refuta reporte de que avaló soborno a diputado

    Brasil: Temer refuta reporte de que avaló soborno a diputado

    Así también, un aliado de Temer , Aécio Neves habría solicitado USD 600.000 a los dueños de JBS para pagar su defensa en la Operación Lava Jato , según informó el portal TN. El diputado Alessandro Molon, del partido Rede, de la ex candidata presidencial Marina Silva, pidió el impeachment de Temer por delitos de responsabilidad, mientras que el izquierdista Partido Socialismo y Libertad (PSOL) reclamó elecciones anticipadas mediante una reforma constitucional urgente.

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  • Himes: Trump's tongue a security concern

    Trump himself admitted to sharing intel with Russian Federation, and on Tuesday McMaster told reporters that the intel Trump shared was " wholly appropriate ". CNN's report indicates that Trump shared intel that was not, as McMaster previously claimed, "from open-source reporting ", but McMaster declined to confirm whether the information was classified.

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  • Seoul: Moon, Xi agree on denuclearization goal

    Seoul: Moon, Xi agree on denuclearization goal

    Mr Moon acknowledged Chinese concerns about the system but said that Beijing should address the "restraints and restrictions" punitively imposed on South Korean companies operating in China . North Korea demanded on Friday the extradition of South Korea's spy chief, accusing him of being a mastermind of a plot to assassinate its leader, Kim Jong Un, with a biochemical weapon.

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  • Sam Hinkie banner raised at draft lottery party in Philadelphia

    The event is organized annually by the Rights to Ricky Sanchez podcast , whose following originally consisted of only the most ardent Process Trusters but has grown exponentially as the Sixers' talent base and outlook has improved. His trade with the Kings to acquire Nik Stauskas and draft picks was highway robbery as well. The Suns ended up moving up a spot from seven to six getting the chance to draft super bust William Bedford, a man who I had to Wikipedia to find out who he was.

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  • Death toll in Venezuela unrest rises to at least 42

    They said people's rights "must be respected, including the right to peacefully demonstrate". "We've been down this road - with Syria, with North Korea, with South Sudan, with Burundi, with Burma", she told reporters. Venezuela officially notified the OAS on April 28 that it intends to quit the regional group. "Here is a very specific, very concrete issue, which could - if things go wrong - descend into conflict, could descend into a threat to global peace and security", Rycroft told ...

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  • Paul Ryan: 'We need the facts' before rushing to judgment

    However, Amash has been a consistent critic of Trump, as well as an opponent of House Republican leadership and his views are not widely representative. Flynn was forced to resign on February 13 amid questions over his contact with the Russian ambassador to the United States and discussions of USA sanctions.

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  • Pilot found dead with wreckage of missing plane near Murwillumbah

    Pilot found dead with wreckage of missing plane near Murwillumbah

    Police from Tweed/Byron Local Area Command confirmed Mr Synott, was piloting ultra light aircraft which had taken off from Murwillumbah Airport about 45 minutes earlier. "AMSA and NSW Police wish to thank all those involved in this hard search operation and extend our sympathies to the family and friends of the pilot", a NSW Police statement read.

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  • Four more terrorists executed at KPK jail

    Four more terrorists executed at KPK jail

    It said the terrorists were awarded death sentence by the military courts which work in secrecy due to fear of attacks by militants. The military courts were given two-year extension by the government after much debate in National Assembly and Senate.

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  • Police Chief Fires Officer Who Shot And Killed Black Texas Teenager

    Police Chief Fires Officer Who Shot And Killed Black Texas Teenager

    The Balch Springs Police Department fired Officer Roy Oliver Tuesday, May 2, after he fired his rifle into a vehicle full of teens as they left a party Saturday evening. On April 29, Balch Springs police were called to a house where a party was taking place. Once Edwards' brother discovered that the 15-year-old had been shot, he flagged down another squad auto that passed by them, Merritt told ABC News Monday evening.

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  • S. Korea's Moon warns high chance of clashes with North

    S. Korea's Moon warns high chance of clashes with North

    As about Haley's comments, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said China would work hard at reducing tensions on the Korean peninsula and finding a peaceful resolution. The comments came hours after the South, which hosts 28,500 US troops, said it wanted to reopen a channel of dialogue with North Korea as Moon seeks a two-track policy, involving sanctions and dialogue, to try to rein in its neighbor.

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  • Experts vow to catch cyber criminals before second attack

    Experts vow to catch cyber criminals before second attack

    Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said there weren't any concerns about damage in the country. "While we do not expect an immediate return to the breach reaction spending seen in 2015 from the large number of enterprise attacks discovered during that time frame, we believe that attacks such as WannaCry will help sustain awareness and willingness to spend among organizations".

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  • Macron pick for French premier about to be named

    Mr Philippe's appointment ticks several boxes for the 39-year-old Mr Macron, France's youngest president, who took power on Sunday. Mr Philippe's age reinforces the generational shift in France's corridors of power and the image of youthful vigour that Mr Macron is cultivating.

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  • Solange Knowles reveals she was bullied, called ugly as a teen

    Solange Knowles reveals she was bullied, called ugly as a teen

    Though she lauds praise on her mother in the piece, Solange-followers may be disappointed that she only passingly mentions her sister Beyonce, and not by name. You will learn that these are just words. "You thank them for re-writing the script before it was ever etched in your memory". To close the essay, Solange is real about life's ups and down, saying "there will be pain, there will be doubt", but also doesn't hold back when being honest about the beauty of coming into your own.

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  • Google Adds Payments, Texting, and Third-Party Actions to Assistant on Phone

    What's more, Google Assistant arrives as a standalone app, which means you won't be able to press the Home button to fire it up, although The Verge notes that you will be able to add a widget to your iPhone. Unlike the current Google Daydream headset, these will include everything you need to use VR. Google's Assistant isn't just for Pixel phones anymore.

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  • Labor periodística, línea de investigación en homicidio de Valdez: fiscalía

    Periodistas de diversos medios de comunicación se manifiestan en la Ciudad de México, Sinaloa , Guerrero , Baja California y Jalisco por el asesinato de su colega Javier Valdez. El paro de labores es un acto simbólico que fue convocado bajo el hashtag #UnDíaSinPeriodismo . Las condenas de la directora general de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura ( Unesco ) por los asesinatos de profesionales de los medios responden a la resolución 29 ...

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  • One More To Go: New Orleans Takes Down Civil War General's Statue

    Beauregard was the third of four post-Civil War era monuments Landrieu and the City Council cleared for removal in late December 2015, declaring them public nuisances. He said the removal itself was a historic moment. Sitting atop a 68-foot pedestal in a busy traffic circle on St. Charles Avenue, the 16½-foot-tall, 7,000-pound representation of Lee poses various potential challenges as the city nears the completion of the monuments' removal, a process that began nearly two years ago.

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  • Encuentran cuerpos calcinados dentro de camioneta en Puebla

    Encuentran cuerpos calcinados dentro de camioneta en Puebla

    De acuerdo con La Jornada las primeras versiones apuntan a tres posibles hechos: el traslado ilegal de gasolina robada por huachicoleros, pero hasta el momento las autoridades locales no lo han confirmado. Personal estatal recibió el reporte de que en la calle San Joaquín frente al fraccionamiento Cumbres Dos, del municipio referido, una camioneta Pick Up, RAM, de doble cabina, se combustionaba, informa en un comunicado de prensa.

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  • ¿Por qué se celebra hoy el Día Mundial contra la Homofobia?

    ¿Por qué se celebra hoy el Día Mundial contra la Homofobia?

    Recordó que su Gobierno ha presentado el proyecto de ley de identidad de género con el fin de garantizar el derecho a la identidad conforme a la experiencia vivida por cada persona. Este día pretende hacer pública la falta de libertades de estos colectivos, al mismo tiempo que presiona a los líderes mundiales para que mejoren los derechos de todas estas personas .

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  • Will Rouhani lose elections?

    Ghalibaf and Raisi, who were polling neck and neck, seized on widespread discontent about the slow-growing economy. During the previous presidential election in June 2013, Hassan Rouhani garnered 50.7 percent of a total of over 36 million votes.

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  • Comey firing hangs over Congress' busy week

    What's so aggravating about these staged Congressional hearings is that you know what the Republicans and the Democrats are going to say before you even turn on the TV. Cornyn, who the officials say was intrigued by the idea and initially interested, ultimately withdrew from consideration after a number of his colleagues said they believed Trump should shy away from picking a GOP politician.

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  • Rex Tillerson Uses 'Palestine' - Will White House Retract Remark Again?

    However, the global community does not recognize Israel's annexation of east Jerusalem , which the Palestinians seek as the capital of a future independent state. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday the president was still considering the move, but was analyzing the impact it would have on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

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