• Microsoft warns: Ransomware cyber-attack a wake-up call

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    To decode the files, the hackers were asking for $300 in ransom. There are a total of 2.25 lakh ATMs in country of which 60 per cent run on the outdated Windows XP, the report said . Patch your computers. They should have the latest software update. The attack therefore spread faster than previous, smaller-scale ransomware attacks .
  • Late-season storm poised to deliver rain, snow to Denver, Front Range

    Late-season storm poised to deliver rain, snow to Denver, Front Range

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    If you're traveling over the mountain passes today, plan on encountering some slushy snowfall on the range of 1-4 inches. Heavy snow will make outdoor activities hard or impossible. Highs will only be in the 30s and 40s in the western half of the state. Snow will taper off late Thursday. The mountains farther east including Summit County and Winter Park area are under a Winter Storm Warning from 6 p.m.
  • Comey's Memo About Meeting With Trump Leaves Unanswered Questions - Ryab

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    The line, this person said , had anxious White House officials after it was printed - but few people saw the letter before it went out. If Trump had the conversation with the FBI director that the New York Times says Comey's memo depicts, this would tell us that Trump's unhappiness with the investigation stemmed at least in part from a desire to protect Michael Flynn .
  • AFC postpones Malaysia v North Korea tie in Pyongyang

    AFC postpones Malaysia v North Korea tie in Pyongyang

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    Diplomatic relations between the countries soured following the assassination of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged elder half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, at klia2 in February. "After those matches, the AFC will make a decision of the venue for the AFC Asian Cup Qualifier on October 5, 2017", the statement went. The venue of the match will again be decided by AFC, after a number of matches and competitions that are scheduled to take place in North Korea.
  • Venezuelans again shut down capital to protest government

    Venezuelans again shut down capital to protest government

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    Police have fired tear gas and protesters have hurled rocks and Molotov cocktails in a near-daily series of clashes. A policeman was arrested for his alleged role in the killing of 33-year-old Luis Alviarez, a taxi driver who was shot in the thorax, in Palmira, Tachira state, on Monday.
  • China and U.S. reach agreement on beef, poultry, natural gas

    China and U.S. reach agreement on beef, poultry, natural gas

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    It will also lower long-standing barriers that have affected matters ranging from agriculture to the operation of American financial firms in China . That could make American cattle even more valuable in the future. Visa shares rose 0.4 percent while MasterCard edged up 0.1 percent as prospects for global payment network operators at last entering the Chinese market remained uncertain.
  • Israel fuming at US's concern over embassy move to Jerusalem

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    It later annexed east Jerusalem in a move never recognized by the worldwide community. The rival claims to east Jerusalem lie at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and often boil over into violence. The Israeli government clarified with the American government officials that the Western Wall is considered sacred territory and is under Israeli sovereignty.
  • Congress, CPI(M) councillors in Domkol join TMC

    Congress, CPI(M) councillors in Domkol join TMC

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    The TMC won Mirik municipality in the Darjeeling hills, and Raiganj, Domkal and Pujali in the plains. The Morcha virtually made a clean sweep in Darjeeling winning 31 of its 32 seats, while the TMC managed to win one. Earlier, the BJP had won two Lok Sabha seats from Bengal in 2014. This was the first ever election for the Domkal Municipality. The TMC captured 24 of the 27 wards in Raigunj, while the Congress bagged two.