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Prior to the dump, Microsoft released a fix, or patch , for the issue, although computers that did not install the update, or could not due to the age of their software, would have been vulnerable to attack. British Prime Minister Theresa May said there was no evidence patient data had been compromised and added that the attack had not specifically targeted the National Health Service.
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    Choe Son Hui, director-general of the North America bureau chief of North Korea's Foreign Ministry, spoke to reporters Saturday at the Beijing Capital International Airport in China. This was the latest in a series of such meetings. BEIJING (AP) - A top North Korean diplomat said Saturday that Pyongyang would be willing to meet with the Trump administration for negotiations "if the conditions are set".
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    The committee is investigating Russia's attempts to influence the US election. In a joint statement, Senators Richard Burr, the committee's Republican chairman, and Mark Warner, its top Democrat, said the committee had first requested the documents from Flynn in a 28 April letter, but the retired lieutenant general had declined, through counsel, to cooperate with the committee's request.
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    When asked if Trump requested loyalty from Comey during a dinner, Spicer said that did not happen and the president wanted loyalty to the country and rule of the law. US intelligence agencies concluded in January that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a campaign of interference in the election aimed at tilting the vote in Trump's favor.
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    Perth man dies after Tasered by police

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    According to police, the man then became aggressive and injured an officer during a physical struggle. "As the officers continued their attempt to restrain the man he became unresponsive", a police spokesperson said. The ambulance took the man to hospital, but he died. Detectives from the Major Crime Squad and the Internal Affairs Unit are investigating. Anyone with information about the incident has been urged to contact Crime Stoppers.
  • Palestinian president hopeful after talks with Trump

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    Whatever else may be said of him, Trump does not suffer from a confidence deficit. At the beginning of a working lunch with Abbas' delegation, Trump said of a Mideast peace deal, "It's something that I think is frankly, maybe not as hard as people have thought over the years, but we need two willing parties".
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    She spoke as she was returning home from Oslo, where she met with USA academics and former U.S. officials including Thomas Pickering, former USA envoy to the United Nations, and Robert Einhorn, the State Department's former special adviser for nonproliferation and arms control, Seoul's Yonhap news agency said.
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    A senior North Korean diplomat said dialogue with the Trump administration was possible following a meeting with ex-US government officials in Norway. The new South Korean president has also adopted a conciliatory approach toward the North, saying he is willing to work for peace with its neighbor.
  • ISIS Claims Responsibility For Blast In Kabul That Kills 8 Afghans

    ISIS Claims Responsibility For Blast In Kabul That Kills 8 Afghans

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    A reported suicide bomb blast apparently targeting a convoy of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation vehicles has hit the Afghan capital of Kabul not far from the US Embassy. Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ( NATO ) Jens Stoltenberg also reacted on the attack on the NATO convoy, which had left at least eight civilians dead.