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TAPPER: Internally from the president? exactly. Trump sparked a political firestorm when he abruptly fired Comey last week. 'I think the founding fathers, in their genius, created a system of three co-equal brances of government and a built-in system of checks and balances, ' Clapper pointed out.
  • Six ways to prevent WannaCry ransomware attack

    Six ways to prevent WannaCry ransomware attack

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    China's Xinhua News Agency reported that thousands of devices in as many as 29,372 institutions have been infected by the ransomware attack, which created a global mayhem on Friday spreading to almost 100 countries in no time. Experts had warned that the ATMs using outdated technologies are particularly vulnerable to malicious cyber attacks in India, following the demonetisation of high value currency notes which saw long queues outside ATMs.
  • Tehran mayor Qalibaf quits presidential race, backs hardliner Raisi

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    The news Qalibaf was standing down broke as Raisi was delivering a speech in Shiraz, thrilling his supporters. However, most Iranians have yet to see the benefits of the nuclear deal . "Qalibaf's votes will be divided between Rouhani and Raisi". He has saved much of his most stinging criticism for Qalibaf, whose withdrawal now means Rouhani's campaign has to adapt for the final few days, said Foad Izadi, a member of the Faculty of World Studies at the University of Tehran who is a critic ...
  • Trump defends sharing information with Russians

    Trump defends sharing information with Russians

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    McMaster says that "at no time were intelligence sources or methods discussed". "During that exchange the nature of specific threats were discussed, but they did not discuss sources, methods or military operations", Mr. The anti-Russia campaign has been launched in opposition to Trump's initial suggestions of a more cooperative relationship with Moscow, including a pullback from efforts to overthrow Assad in Syria, to focus more military resources on China and East Asia.
  • Opinion on Trump Stable Despite Turmoil Over Comey Firing, Poll Finds

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    Others are expected to interview Saturday with Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein. Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper says the United States' political institutions are now "under assault" both externally and internally, in the wake of President Donald Trump's firing of ex-FBI Director James Comey.
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    New details on "inappropriate" info Trump shared with Russian Federation

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    In a carefully worded response, National Security Adviser McMaster defended his boss's conversations with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the Oval Office meeting on May 10. European official says country might stop sharing info with U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of NY also called the story "disturbing", adding, "Revealing classified information at this level is extremely risky and puts at risk the lives of Americans and those who ...
  • The WannaCry ransomware might have a link to North Korea

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    Meanwhile, one Twitter user floated a theory that the North Koreans had somehow fouled up the attack-possibly referring to the fact that a United Kingdom security researcher was able to trigger a so-called "kill switch" that shut down part of the ransomware attacks, partially limiting the fallout.
  • President Trump Admits Sharing 'Terrorism' Information With Russia

    President Trump Admits Sharing 'Terrorism' Information With Russia

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    As president, Trump has the authority to declassify information. "I think national security is put at risk by this leak and leaks like this". At least one Republican says the president is putting those agreements at risk by divulging classified information to Russian Federation, a country many in the US and in the West view as an adversary.
  • EU wants more talks with Poland on rule of law worries

    EU wants more talks with Poland on rule of law worries

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    According to the report, the total number of relocations from overburdened Italy and Greece to other European Union member states as of May 12 stood at 18,418, a pace still lagged far behind the bloc's target set in September 2015, when member states pledged to relocate a total of 160,000 migrants within two years.
  • Jeremy Corbyn sets out Labour manifesto promising a 'better future'

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    It also ended its vacillation over immigration, accepting that the free movement of European Union nationals to Britain would end after Brexit. Local Labour campaigner Joe Ashton, 29, said the manifesto set the party apart from others. The impact on the national current spending was costed , but there were no calculations for how the programme of nationalisation would be undertaken because the liabilities would be offset by new government-owned assets.