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  • Media spat casts shadow over Macron's Mali trip

    Media spat casts shadow over Macron's Mali trip

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko adress the media after a meeting at the German government guesthouse Meseberg Palace in Meseberg, Germany, May 20, 2017. Keita said the road is long, "but we are going forward and we will succeed". Speaking during a trip to Mali, where some 4,000 French soldiers are deployed, Macron said France would work in close cooperation with Germany, but called on other European Union states to support military and development ...

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  • Venezuela opposition leader's passport seized amid ongoing protests

    With the latest sanctions, the United States government said the court members were being targeted because they had "usurped the authority of Venezuela's democratically elected legislature". "It has been unbelievably poorly run for a long period of time, and hopefully that will change and they could use those assets for the good and to take care of their people", he said.

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  • Trump willing to try engagement with North Korea, on conditions - Seoul

    Trump willing to try engagement with North Korea, on conditions - Seoul

    Secretary of Russia Security Council Nikolai Patrushev has accused the world powers of pushing North Korea towards the development and nuclear weapons and other ballistic missile assets. Kim singled out as "more serious" the push by the US for a new sanctions resolution and the Trump administration's demand for all countries "to decide whether they support for DPRK or U.S".

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  • Frenchmen claim cure for WannaCry-infected computers

    According to The Hacker News , Adrien Guinet, a security researcher for Quarkslab, has been able to make use of a flaw in the way WannaCry operates, thus allowing him to create a decryptor. While WannaKey extracted prime numbers that had not been erased from the system and were vital to the decryption key, it required a separate app to transform those bits into the secret key.

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  • Trump Told Russians "Nut Job" Comey Was Fired to Ease Pressure

    Former FBI Director James Comey will testify in open session before one of the legislative committees investigating possible collusion between President Donald Trump and Russian Federation, committee leaders announced Friday. didn't deny that Trump said it. In the remarks, Rosenstein also batted down news reports that Comey had ever requested more resources for the investigation, and said acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe could not recall such a request either.

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  • Sweden drops WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange rape investigation

    Sweden drops WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange rape investigation

    The Australian has always denied the allegation, but has lived in the Ecuadorean embassy in London since 2012 to avoid arrest. Although the investigation has been dropped, Assange has not been exonerated - and Sweden could reopen the case if he returns to Sweden before the statute of limitations lapses in 2020.

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  • Notre Dame students plan walkout during Mike Pence speech

    Notre Dame students plan walkout during Mike Pence speech

    Notre Dame students, who are part of the activist group We Stand For , demonstrating for a sanctuary campus. "During his time as governor of the state of IN and now as a Vice-President, Pence has targeted the civil rights protections of members of LBGT+ community, rejected the Syrian refugee resettlement program, supported an unconstitutional ban of religious minorities, and fought against sanctuary cities", said the student activist group organizing the protest, We StaND For, IN a ...

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  • Central African Republic: Red Cross - 115 Bodies Found in CAR's Bangassou

    Central African Republic: Red Cross - 115 Bodies Found in CAR's Bangassou

    Corner said there are 14 armed groups in the country, "some intent on wreaking havoc". "We found 115 bodies and 34 have been buried", he said from the capital, Bangui. In a statement on Tuesday, Stephane Dujarric, spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, also said unverifiable figures indicate up to 100 people may have been killed in three days of clashes from May 7 to 9 in the town of Alindao between anti-Balaka fighters and an ex-Seleka group.

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  • McCain: Throw Turkish ambassador 'the hell out' of US

    A police officer and 11 other people were injured in the confrontation, authorities say, one critically. The meeting took place with a White House still responding to what a senior U.S. "We call upon the Turkish government to apologize immediately for the involvement of any officials", said the statement . The violence broke out after Erdogan returned to the embassy after meeting with US President Donald Trump yesterday.

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  • Trump campaign had at least 18 undisclosed contacts with Russians

    The news comes as Yahoo reports Flynn is still in touch with the president, who continues to speak favorably about his former national security advisor. The official had the impression Trump's people vetoed it because they wanted to do their own strategic review. It was not clear with whom Medvedchuk was in contact within the Trump campaign but the themes included US-Russia cooperation, the sources said.

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  • NAACP president to leave office as group undertakes changes

    NAACP president to leave office as group undertakes changes

    Brooks, who has been the president of the NAACP for three years, will not be retained once his contract is up at the end of June, the chairman and vice chair of the board of directors say. Catherine Flowers, founder of the Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise, an organization that advocates for poor and black people living in rural areas, said she wasn't surprised at the coming change.

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  • £25m target Ben Gibson offers update on Middlesbrough future

    £25m target Ben Gibson offers update on Middlesbrough future

    And when asked about his future, he told Sky Sports: "I'm obviously contracted to the football club". "Everyone knows how much I love this football club - I always have done since I was 10 years old and walked in here". "But learning about yourself is things that will help me moving forward and I would prefer to keep them to myself". "We feel we have done that well, but trying to be a perfectionist, which I am, there are times we should have kept more clean sheets".

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  • Chaffetz resignation latest twist in GOP oversight of Trump

    This week reports emerged that former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey had taken notes after Trump privately asked him to end a probe into his former National Security Adviser before firing Comey. The move isn't a surprise - Chaffetz had previously announced that he would likely not finish his term in Congress or seek election to any other office in 2018.

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  • Final Confederate monument to come down in New Orleans

    Final Confederate monument to come down in New Orleans

    City officials say the monuments will be moved somewhere such as a museum where they can be "placed in their proper historical context from a dark period of American history". But protesters defiantly opposed to removal were few as the work wore on for hours Friday — though some shouted out against the removal. Bitter disputes have erupted on New Orleans streets in recent weeks as the city has proceeded with its deeply contested plan to take down an equestrian statue of Confederate Gen.

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  • Donald Trump's Saudi Arabia speech to urge unity against radical Islam

    Donald Trump's Saudi Arabia speech to urge unity against radical Islam

    There will be vintage auto shows, sporting events and concerts, including a performance by American country music singer Toby Keith , who also crooned at Trump's inauguration. The US President's visit comes as Iran's President Hassan Rouhani handily won re-election in what is a victory for the Shiite nation's reformist camp.

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  • Kushner family apologises for mentioning Jared at China pitch

    This offers foreigners permanent residency - a green card - in exchange for investment of at least US$500,000 in a U.S. business that must also create 10 American jobs. But try. Kushner Companies has to start by halting all new deals and projects, and the global advertising and investment pitches that go with them.

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  • Google Assistant For iPhone Is Now Available For Download

    Affirming its dominance in the tech world with announcing beta version of "Android O" operating system, Google is celebrating the milestone of reaching two billion monthly active Android devices globally. For instance, if the users take a snap (via Google Photo app) of a hotel and tap Google Lens option, it automatically connects it to Google search function and gives hotel's timings, menu card, reviews and table booking option.

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  • Pentagon's Syria Strike Spurred North Korea to Prep for US Missile Attack

    Pentagon's Syria Strike Spurred North Korea to Prep for US Missile Attack

    Tillerson's comments reportedly came during a meeting with South Korea's newly appointed special envoy to the U.S., Hong Seok-hyun-one of four senior diplomats dispatched by newly elected President Moon Jae-in this week. "But this year we've had some undeserved setbacks", Wang said, likely in a veiled reference to the Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) system that became operational earlier this month.

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  • WannaCry ransonmware attack slows globally; Microsoft says cybersecurity is a shared responsibility

    Brad Smith, Microsoft's top lawyer, criticized USA intelligence agencies for "stockpiling" software code that can be used by hackers. Microsoft has called for a digital Geneva Convention to establish some rules of cyber war. If you're facing a ransom demand and locked out of your files, law enforcement and cybersecurity experts discourage paying ransoms because it gives incentives to hackers and pays for their future attacks.

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  • Lib Dems vow to end caste bias

    It is not often that I accuse someone of being a cockroach during a Wales Today interview, but Mark Williams took it in typically good humour. Responding to the Lib Dems' manifesto, the Conservatives said the party's "misguided promises" show it would "prop up a Jeremy Corbyn-led government".

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  • Fine Gael leadership race continues

    Fine Gael leadership race continues

    Leo Varadkar will officially unveil his campaign at lunchtime, with several members of cabinet expected to make an appearance at the launch. So far Government Chief Whip Regina Doherty, Ministers Paschal Donohoe, Charlie Flanagan and Helen McEntee have all declared their support for the Social Protection Minister.

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  • USA committed to Turkey's security, Mattis tells Turkish PM Yildirim

    Pentagon chief Jim Mattis today said he is confident the United States can allay any concerns Turkey has over the decision to arm Syrian Kurdish fighters whom Ankara considers terrorists. USA airstrikes have also recently targeted ISIS boats and barges carrying fighters and gear on the Euphrates. Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on Wednesday that he could not imagine the United States having to choose between Turkey's strategic partnership and a "terrorist organisation".

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  • EVM tempering row: All-party meet by Election Commission underway

    EVM tempering row: All-party meet by Election Commission underway

    They flagged the concern a day after an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA made a "live demonstration" in the Delhi Assembly on how the EVMs could be rigged. The AAP workers led by Delhi Minister Gopal Rai staged a dharna outside the EC office on the busy Ashoka Road, blocking traffic in the morning demanding that voter-verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT)- equipped EVMs to be used in future elections.

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  • PSEB Punjab 10th Result 2017: Know Where To Check

    PSEB Punjab 10th Result 2017: Know Where To Check

    Click on Results in the top navigation menu on the homepage. Punjab School Education Board ( PSEB ) successfully conducted PSEB Matric examination in the month of March 2017. PSEB 12th class SSE results 2017: These 30 students belong to the vocational stream of class 12th in the government school. Also, students who had failed can apply for re- examination through the respective schools by filling the application form and prescribed fee.

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  • French IT experts release fix for WannaCry ransomware

    However, for many, these tools may come too late. John Riggi, former FBI Section Chief for the Cyber Division Outreach Section and now head of services firm BDO's Cybersecurity and Financial Crimes Unit, believes that because the WannaCry ransomware started out in Europe and spread to the rest of the world-including Asia-the sequence of attacks in other countries worked to the advantage of US organizations.

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  • Worldwide court orders Pakistan to halt execution of alleged Indian spy

    It may be recalled that the International Court of Justice (ICJ) today ordered Pakistan not to execute Jadhav till the court announces its final decision in the case. The global court of justice, sometimes referred to as the world court, is the UN's court for hearing disputes between states. "Now, the government of India must use this decision to see that Jadhav comes back home safely", Tewari said.

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  • North Korea missile launch officially a success

    North Korea missile launch officially a success

    When Xi called Moon last week to congratulate him on his election, Moon reportedly asked Xi for help in ending the economic retaliation that has taken a toll on South Korean businesses. Pacific Command Harry Harris not only maintained that the trilateral alliance between the United States, South Korea, and Japan must remain strong but that the world, but most notably China and Russian Federation, needed to work together to "bring Kim Jong-Un to his senses".

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  • White House may be looking to undermine special counsel's investigation

    James Comey has also been asked by both Senate and House committees to testify in public about reports that Trump pressured him to end the FBI investigation into Flynn. In the days since Donald Trump fired F.B.I. President Donald Trump broke his silence on Twitter Thursday morning, firing off two angry tweets about the special counsel appointed to investigate his campaign's alleged ties to Russian Federation.

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