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  • Times Square crash suspect Richard Rojas 'wanted to kill them all'

    Times Square crash suspect Richard Rojas 'wanted to kill them all'

    Rojas served in the Navy between 2011 and 2014 before being court martialed, the Associated Press reported . His lawyer and weeping supporters had no comment. Rojas, who has previously been arrested for drunk driving in 2008 and 2015, was earlier this month detained on charges of menacing, the police told AFP.

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  • Microsoft withheld update that could have slowed WannaCry

    Only a secret encryption key, which they hold, can release the files. There are generally three possible responses to a ransomware attack: pay the ransom (which is nearly never recommended), figure out the decryption key, or throw the system out altogether and rely on backups.

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  • Toomey says GOP striving for middle ground on Medicare expansion

    Toomey says GOP striving for middle ground on Medicare expansion

    Kasich. The House bill could leave millions of Medicaid beneficiaries without health coverage. The non-partisan Urban Institute , a health policy think tank, concluded this week that youngsters received additional care under the ACA, despite the state's refusal to expand eligibility for President Barack Obama's signature health insurance program.

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  • Promete Trump resolver crisis en Venezuela

    Pero hay incertidumbre sobre el flujo de recursos para el próximo año, debido a las pretensiones de Trump , que defiende el lema " Estados Unidos primero", de recortar el presupuesto para las ayudas internacionales. "Es realmente una desgracia para la humanidad", sostuvo. "Estoy hablando únicamente a nivel humanitario", acotó. Finalmente Santos recordó la cooperación que han tenido ambos países en materia militar y comercial así como el papel del Plan Colombia en lo que fue la lucha ...

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    Sorpresivo "timbreo" de Francisco en las afueras de Roma

    Para sorpresa de los vecinos, el Papa Francisco recorrió hoy diferentes hogares de familias de la localidad de Ostia , ubicada a 30 kilómetros de Roma . La decisión se enmarca en los llamados " viernes de misericordia ", unas visitas sin previo aviso que comenzaron por iniciativa del propio Francisco durante el Jubileo de la Misericordia de 2016.

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  • Melania Trump Skips Headscarf as She Arrives in Saudi Arabia

    It says that it's "Great to be in Riyadh , Saudi Arabia" and says Trump is "Looking forward to the afternoon and evening ahead". Trump will also travel to Israel, have an audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican, and attend the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels and the Group of 7 meeting in Sicily.

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  • John McCain: Throw Turkish Ambassador 'The Hell Out Of The USA'

    John McCain: Throw Turkish Ambassador 'The Hell Out Of The USA'

    Moments after passing the embassy's guards, those who stood peacefully in front of the diplomatic mission, started chanting anti-Erdogan slogans. The incident took place in the mining town of Soma, a day after a devastating coal mine fire killed almost 300 people as Prime Minister Erdogan visited the town.

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  • Se centra Santos en la paz y Trump en drogas

    Durante una conferencia de prensa conjunta después de reunirse con su homólogo colombiano, Juan Manuel Santos , en la Casa Blanca, Trump aseguró que "desde el punto de vista humanitario" lo de Venezuela es algo que no han "visto en bastante tiempo".

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  • Senators: Comey to testify publicly before intelligence panel

    White House hopes that Trump could leave scandalous allegations at home were crushed in a one-two punch of revelations that landed shortly after his departure. "It's still sinking in", one administration official said, adding "We were told about it". "This matter is not going to distract the President or this administration from its work to bring back jobs and keep America safe".

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  • 'No. No. Next question': Trump denies pressuring Comey

    'No. No. Next question': Trump denies pressuring Comey

    House Republicans passed what they've described as their plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, after several fits and starts, sending the measure to the Senate, where it is expected to be significantly revised. "By imposing these targeted sanctions, the United States is supporting the Venezuelan people in their efforts to protect and advance democratic governance in their country".

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  • McIlroy withdraws from BMW PGA Championship with rib injury

    Are you not happy with me? The world No 2 pulled out of this week's BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on Friday, citing a recurrence of the rib injury that sidelined him for two months at the beginning of the campaign. Though he was able to play all four rounds at TPC Sawgrass, the admission was troubling, as the pain was radiating from the same troubled area that caused the four-time major victor to miss two months at the start of the 2017 season.

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  • North Korea says linking cyber attack to Pyongyang is 'ridiculous'

    North Korea says linking cyber attack to Pyongyang is 'ridiculous'

    The successful launch, supervised by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, indicates a significant advancement in North Korea's ballistic missile program. North Korea said it was a "medium long-range" missile, calling it the Hwasong-12. U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley raised concern on Friday about an application by North Korea to patent a process to produce sodium cyanide, which can be used to make the nerve agent Tabun and is also used in the extraction of gold.

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  • MI5 Investigated Corbyn for IRA Terror Links

    A spokesman for Corbyn said on Friday night: "Jeremy campaigned for peace in Northern Ireland". "We opened a temporary file and did a preliminary... Image: Jeremy Corbyn at a "British Out of Ireland" march in 1984. The Labour leader was criticised by families of IRA past year after he failed to explicitly condemn the group during a telephone interview with BBC Radio Ulster.

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  • Ransomware attack should be wake-up call for government

    Ransomware attack should be wake-up call for government

    Ryan Kalember, senior vice president at Proofpoint Inc. which helped stop its spread, said the version without a kill switch could spread but was benign because it contained a flaw that prevented it from taking over computers and demanding ransom to unlock files.

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  • Joe Lieberman Is Reportedly the Frontrunner to Lead FBI

    Lieberman, who is Jewish and staunchly pro-Israel, is a former independent senator from CT, who ran on a ticket with Democrat Al Gore in 2000. John Cornyn of Texas, both Republicans; Alice Fisher, the former head of the Justice Department's criminal division; and Michael Garcia, a former USA attorney from Manhattan.

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  • Asumió Macron y llamó a "invertir en el futuro"

    El nuevo inquilino del Palacio del Elíseo señaló que su mandato será guiado por dos exigencias: devolver a los franceses la confianza en sí mismos y convencerlos de que tienen todos los recursos para figurar en la primera línea de las naciones.

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  • The UO is taking steps to protect campus from ransomware

    WannaCry is believed to have originated from a set of hacking tools that were leaked online by a group of hackers known as the Shadow Brokers. The National Center for the Protection of Critical Infrastructure says Friday it was communicating with more than 100 providers of energy, transportation, telecommunications and financial services about the attack.

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  • President Trump touches down in Saudi Arabia

    President Trump touches down in Saudi Arabia

    The US president was given a warm welcome in the oil-rich kingdom - a mood in sharp contrast to Washington where pressure is building after fresh claims over his team's alleged links to Moscow. The nation offered Trump an elaborate welcome. "He's already a President viewed skeptically by much of the world". Before departing, Trump tweeted he would be "strongly protecting American interests" on his trip.

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  • Health minister orders screening of fever patients for Ebola

    The current outbreak comes one year after the end of an Ebola epidemic that killed more than 11,000 people, primarily in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. The case comes almost one year after the epidemic was declared over. Dr. Allarangar Yokouide, the World Health Organization representative in Congo, said the first teams of specialists should arrive in the affected area of Likati on Friday or Saturday.

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  • El vicepresidente estadounidense, Mike Pence, visitará Colombia en agosto

    De esta manera destacó el desayuno que se desarrolló en el Observatorio Naval de Estados Unidos , donde se ubica la residencia del vicepresidente donde debatieron especialmente sobre temas de comercio y alianzas económicas. Pence y Santos tuvieron un primer contacto telefónico el pasado 10 de febrero en el que discutieron la relación bilateral entre ambos países y se "comprometieron" a profundizar la cooperación bilateral en materia de seguridad, informó entonces la Casa Blanca en un ...

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  • NHS provides outpatients updates following cyber attack

    It was feared that NHS workers returning after the weekend would experience another spike in attacks as the malicious software could have infected more computers since Friday. "The message is very clear, not just for organisations like the NHS (National Health Service) but for private individuals as well as businesses". England's largest partnership of rural service providers - has voiced concern at the impact of cyber-attacks on doctors' surgeries that serve rural communities.

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  • Sturgeon says Independent Scotland may not rejoin EU

    Sturgeon says Independent Scotland may not rejoin EU

    The Scottish Government put forward proposals at the end of previous year in an attempt to create a bespoke Brexit deal for Scotland - where the vote to remain was 62% - but Ms Sturgeon said they were "dismissed out of hand by the Prime Minister".

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  • México no aceptará aranceles ni cupos en TLCAN: Videgaray

    Videgaray celebró el anuncio al considerar que el mismo le da "claridad acerca de las fechas de inicio del proceso de renegociación" del acuerdo comercial. Por último, lanzó la alerta sobre una política de inmigración más restrictiva en los Estados Unidos (una intensificación de las deportaciones) podría incidir en una disminución gradual de las remesas y una depresión en la productividad de los países origen de migrantes, cuya función en la economía mexicana es de primordial importancia ...

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  • What you need to know about North Korea's new missile test

    What you need to know about North Korea's new missile test

    North Korea launched a ballistic missile from the northwestern part of the country early Sunday, the South Korean Joints Chief of Staff said. North Korea appears to be edging closer to developing a long-range nuclear missile capable of reaching the USA following a successful weapons test on 13 May which caused alarm across the world.

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  • Thornberry hints Labour's support for Trident 'not guaranteed'

    Thornberry hints Labour's support for Trident 'not guaranteed'

    Emily Thornberry risked reopening Labour divisions over the nuclear deterrent by indicating the party's support for Trident could not be guaranteed. Asked if Ms Thornberry was wrong, Ms Griffith went on: "Indeed". "What it is not about is actually questioning whether we would have a Trident nuclear deterrent because we settled that a year ago", Griffith told BBC Newsnight on Friday evening.

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  • Fischer, Flake lead congressional call for support of NAFTA

    The final notice sent Thursday by Lighthizer to Congress described the negotiations with Mexico and Canada as a "modernization" of the trade deal. President Donald Trump's newly appointed US trade representative has formally notified Congress of the administration's intent to begin renegotiations of NAFTA , the 23-year-old trilateral trade agreement between the US, Canada and Mexico.

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  • Donald Trump lands in Saudi Arabia as controversies swirl at home

    Donald Trump lands in Saudi Arabia as controversies swirl at home

    President Donald Trump has departed for his maiden overseas trip as president amid the controversy surrounding investigations into whether his campaign associates collaborated with Russian Federation to sway the election. Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, US President Donald Trump, and the Russian Ambassador to the US Sergei Kislyak (from left) talking during a meeting in the Oval Office at the White House on May 10 (Alexander Shcherbak\TASS via Getty Images).

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