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The ransomware called WannaCry locks up files on computers and encrypts them in a way that it does not allow user to access them anymore. However shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth said the attack was "terrible news and a real worry for patients" and urged the Government to be "clear about what's happened".
  • Kremlin says 'too early' to speak of thaw in Russia-US ties

    Kremlin says 'too early' to speak of thaw in Russia-US ties

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    The Kremlin feels cautious optimism about the prospects for an improvement in US-Russian relations after Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov met US President Donald Trump in Washington, a Kremlin spokesman said on Thursday. -Russia relations to reach "a low point". But word of Russia's influence in the presidential election, as well as the investigation into possible collusion between Trump's campaign and Russian officials, tested the tenacity of that alliance.
  • Trump says he did not ask Comey for his loyalty -Fox News

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    The press briefing marked the latest extraordinary moment in a drama that has gripped Washington since Mr. Comey's firing on Tuesday night. Also Friday, Sen. Introducing the president, Falwell, the son of the famous Baptist pastor and televangelist of the same name, hailed Trump and his family for risking his business empire and reputation "all for the country they love".
  • U.S. reviews safe zones

    U.S. reviews safe zones

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    Al-Moallem says "it is the duty" of these armed groups to force the militants from their areas so that they can become safe. Leaders of Syria's main rebel groups voiced serious concerns about the safe zone plan presented by Russian Federation at peace talks in Astana last week.
  • Experts bid to tackle cyber attack after NHS services crippled

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    The ransomware wanted to avoid activating itself in an environment like this, so it was created to ping a certain unregistered domain - say, afn38sj729.com - and if it returns anything but a DNS error, chances are that its traffic is being manipulated, so it shuts down to avoid further analysis.
  • USA upbeat after Turkey talks on Syria, Mattis: 'We'll work it out'

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    US-backed fighters hunted for jihadist holdouts in Syria's Tabqa today after overrunning the city and nearby dam in a step forward for their advance on Islamic State group stronghold Raqa. "We have very open discussions about options and we will work together, we will work out any of the concerns", he said. Spokesman Redur Khalil called on Ankara to let go of its "unjustified" fears of the group.
  • Amtrak Engineer Charged By Penn AG Over Fatal 2015 Crash

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    Pennsylvania's attorney general lodged criminal charges Friday against the engineer at the throttle of the Amtrak train that crashed and killed eight people in 2015, electing to pursue involuntary manslaughter and reckless endangerment counts after the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office declined to prosecute.
  • IS downs Iraqi helicopter west of Mosul

    IS downs Iraqi helicopter west of Mosul

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    The operation came as the Iraqi security forces, backed by anti-IS global coalition, are carrying out a major offensive to dislodge IS militants from their major stronghold in the western side of Mosul in northern Iraq. An Iraqi military aircraft also destroyed a vehicle rigged with bombs as it was driving towards a unit of the Popular Mobilization Units north of Qirwan.
  • Turkey blocks access to Wikipedia website: Monitoring group

    Turkey blocks access to Wikipedia website: Monitoring group

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    Turkey Blocks said an administrative blocking order is usually expected to precede a full court blocking order in coming days. The news first appeared on a local channel in Turkey which said that the country's telecommunication watchdog has said, that the country's law allows them to ban access to websites deemed obscene or a threat to national security.
  • WH: 'Legal Minds' Say Trump Asking If He's Under Investigation Is OK

    WH: 'Legal Minds' Say Trump Asking If He's Under Investigation Is OK

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    But in making his case on TV and on Twitter Friday, the president appears to have opened new, self-inflicted wounds. Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., said his concern with President Donald Trump's firing of FBI Director Jim Comey is the FBI probe into potential Russian interference in the USA election could have been coming closer to finding out the facts.