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Authorities recommended that victims not pay, but even a small fraction of successful ransoms would net the attackers a considerable amount of money. While the NSA has not commented on either the WannaCry attack or Microsoft's response, Tom Bossert, President Trump's Homeland Security advisor discussed at Monday's daily White House press briefing that the infection rate has been relatively low in the US compared to overseas infection rates, and that no federal systems have been ...
  • 'Pakistan, China to decide any country's CPEC membership'

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    No Indian official of any level was present at the elaborate opening ceremony yesterday attended by 29 heads of state and government, including Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, along with top officials of the world bodies like the United Nations, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
  • Our hard work has already made this season a success, says Jose

    Our hard work has already made this season a success, says Jose

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    Chris Smalling let Harry Kane move in front of him for the second Tottenham goal after Wayne Rooney had lost Victor Wanyama at a corner for the opener. Jose Mourinho's side are nearly certain to miss out on the Premier League top four but will qualify for the Champions League if they beat Ajax in 10 days time in Stockholm.
  • Deputy AG to brief Senate on Trump's firing of FBI's Comey

    Deputy AG to brief Senate on Trump's firing of FBI's Comey

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    Bharara, who was sacked by the President in March, expressed his pride to know a man who had the courage to say no to a president. Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will conduct a classified briefing for the full U.S. On Sunday, Schumer told CNN he would support calls to block the nomination of a new FBI Director until a special prosecutor is appointed. Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer, of NY, had called on McConnell to arrange the meeting, and signaled Democrats plan to ...
  • EU top court raises questions over trade deals

    EU top court raises questions over trade deals

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    Experts believe the ruling is likely to set a precedent for agreement with the post-Brexit UK, handing a veto over the deal to a total of 38 national and regional parliaments around the continent. Another option could be splitting the agreement into two halves, one of which would contain all the aspects over which Brussels has exclusive competence, while the other would need to be approved at national and regional level.
  • Rand Paul Pans Sessions' 'Tough On Crime' Prosecution Policy

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    The memo acknowledges there will be cases in which "good judgment" will permit a prosecutor to bend that rule. He cited the country's opioid addiction and rising murder rates in cities such as Chicago and Memphis, Tennessee. "With overall crime rates at historic lows, it is clear that this type of one-dimensional criminal justice system that directs prosecutors to give unnecessarily long and unfairly harsh sentences to people whose behavior does not call for it did not work", Ofer said in a ...
  • Trump Sidelined Bannon From Decision To Fire Comey As FBI Head

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    Critics have assailed Trump for abruptly dismissing Comey, who was leading the agency's investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US election, and possible ties between Moscow and the Trump campaign. Donald Trump, frustrated with leaks from his communications team, is now possibly looking to replace them with producers and a host from television station Fox News.
  • White House meeting on Paris climate deal delayed

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    PARIS French President-elect Emmanuel Macron told his US counterpart Donald Trump in a telephone call on Monday that he would defend a climate change deal agreed in Paris in 2015, his spokeswoman said. However, during his campaign, Trump promised to "cancel" USA participation in the agreement. But full withdrawal would roil Washington's allies and seriously undermine global efforts to limit carbon emissions, which the vast majority of experts say are changing the climate in risky ways.
  • India appeals to United Nations court to bar execution of naval officer

    India appeals to United Nations court to bar execution of naval officer

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    Pakistan says Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav has confessed to working for Indian intelligence services but India denies he was a spy. Pakistan has said Jadhav's conviction and sentence remain open to appeal. He said that India's stance was conflicting and riddled with misrepresentation. Former Indian Naval officer, Kulbhushan Jadhav has been awarded death sentence over allegations of espionage and abetting terror.
  • North Korea: Ballistic missile test successful

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    However, Sunday's missile appears to have been successful. Japan and the USA said that the missile flew for half an hour before landing in the Sea of Japan and the high trajectory it flew could mean it is a new kind of weapon. "This is kind of a big deal". Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said the missile test-fired by North Korea flew 800 kilometers (500 miles) for about 30 minutes and landed in the Sea of Japan, but not inside Japan's exclusive economic zone.
  • Melissa McCarthy brings a little Spicer with a bite to 'SNL'

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    He's trying to blend in with his surroundings". And when Jost shows up at little Lorne's big recital...well, Mooney just can't take it - but it turns out his overreaction was just what he and Jones needed to put the passion back in their marriage! "I don't have the ear for it", McCarthy said.