• Cyber threat could hit more people today

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    As employees return to work and log on across the region Monday morning, the true effect of the attack may emerge, experts warn. The government has listed only three Australians companies among the victims of the "WannaCry" attack, but says the number is likely to rise as companies return to work today.
  • Firestorm over Comey's dismissal adds to Trump frustrations

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    Burr also said he does not believe the president fired Comey because of the Russian Federation investigation. Separately, Comey has declined to testify before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence where he was asked to appear next week as part of its attempt to find the circumstances in which he was sacked by Trump.
  • Ex-FBI chief Mueller to head Trump-Russia probe

    Ex-FBI chief Mueller to head Trump-Russia probe

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    Mueller was appointed director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation by George W. Bush a week before the September 11, 2001, attacks on NY and Washington, D.C. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was reportedly so incensed by the White House blaming him for the firing of FBI Director James Comey that he was ready to "pack his bags" last week, CNN's Dana Bash reported Wednesday.
  • John Terry could retire after leaving Chelsea in summer

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    The future of Terry has perplexed many of Conte's predecessors, but the Italian has managed the imminent departure respectfully and courteously. Absolutely [not]. Manchester United were the last team to successfully defend the league title, winning three in a row from 2006, while Chelsea notched consecutive wins in 2004 and 2005.
  • Macron elected French president: estimates

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    Emmanuel Macron, emphatic victory, which also smashed the dominance of France's mainstream parties, will bring huge relief to European allies who had feared another populist upheaval to follow Britain's vote to quit the EU. The vote was the best electoral result ever obtained by her National Front party, which was established in the 1970s by her father, the Holocaust denier Jean-Marie Le Pen, who has multiple convictions for inciting racial hatred against Jews.
  • Trump team knew about Flynn probe before hiring him

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    And we've had the [former FBI] director come in twice just within the last couple months. In an audio-only press gaggle, Spicer took questions about the White House's denial of Comey's account, as well as the fact that multiple Congressional committees are asking the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director to give testimony.
  • Intel spat adds to Israeli concerns about Trump visit

    Intel spat adds to Israeli concerns about Trump visit

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    Several foreign intelligence agencies have condemned the reports, which they say pose a risk for future intel gathering and sharing. On Monday shortly after arriving in Israel, Friedman visited the Western Wall, where he said in a short video clip posted on Facebook that "I prayed for of course the health of my family, my children, my grandchildren".
  • Man and young girl missing in Quebec flooding

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    Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said Sunday that the military response to flooding in Quebec is likely to balloon. The confirmation of what many hoped were exaggerated weather predictions since the start of the week comes as most civil protection monitoring stations in the Montreal area are reporting that water levels are dropping, even though the threat of moderate flooding remains.
  • Borghezio condannato per gli insulti razziali a Kyenge

    Borghezio condannato per gli insulti razziali a Kyenge

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    Ai conduttori che lo incalzavano, Borghezio aveva affermato che " gli africani sono africani e appartengono a un'etnia molto diversa dalla nostra " e inoltre, riferendosi agli italiani in quanto popolazione, aveva aggiunto che " non siamo congolesi, abbiamo un diritto ultramillenario ".