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He shed his breezier campaign demeanor for a solemn, more statesman-like look in his first appearances after his victory and again Monday, at a sober ceremony with Hollande to commemorate Germany's defeat in World War II. Valls", Jean-Paul Delevoye, who chooses Macron's party's candidates, told Europe 1 radio yesterday. Emmanuel Macron was elected France's youngest President over anti-E.U.
  • Charlie Hunnam turned down a Game of Thrones cameo

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    Hunnam said that Ritchie was initially anxious that he didn't have the right physique for the role. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (Starts Friday) Robbed of his birthright, Arthur ( Charlie Hunnam ) comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city.
  • British hospitals hit by major cyberattack

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    The Prime Minister said the ransomware hit was "not targeted" at the health service but was part of a wider assault on organisations across a number of countries. Among those affected is the East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust, which said it is experiencing problems with computers and phone systems. Ransomware attacks are on the rise around the world.
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    De Bortoli: "Boschi chiese a Unicredit di comprare Banca Etruria"

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    Ha aggiunto: "C'è chi dice che Mps sia stata rovinata dalla massoneria ". "E su Banca Etruria ribadisco e confermo quanto detto in Parlamento nel dicembre 2015 ". Banca di cui il padre di Boschi era vicepresidente. Il libro intitolato 'Poteri forti (o quasi)' riporta l'indiscrezione secondo la quale l'allora ministra per le riforme avrebbe chiesto all'ad di UniCredit , Federico Ghizzoni , di valutare l'ipotesi di acquistare la banca aretina.
  • UN Seeking Further $900mln for Somalia Crisis Response

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    Theresa May said the aim was "to degrade al-Shabaab by having Somali forces take over the security of the country". World Health Organization commends the Government of the United Kingdom for its leadership in hosting an global conference today to tackle the country's most urgent challenges, and calls on the worldwide community to take decisive action to help avoid a humanitarian catastrophe.
  • Boston Pilgrim Hospital affected by NHS cyber attack

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    Some chemotherapy patients were even sent home because their records could not be accessed. Telecoms firm Telefonica was one of those reporting problems. The Czech security research firm Avast Software detected more than 57,000 computers hit by the ransomware attack, and by early afternoon the wave still seemed to be growing.
  • Heroin epidemic pushing up hepatitis C infections in US

    Heroin epidemic pushing up hepatitis C infections in US

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    The Centers for Disease Control reported new cases of Hep C have increased nationwide by almost 300 percent from 2010 to 2015. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has brought five specific strategies to fight against the opioid epidemic that will save lives and reduce the impact of injection-related infectious diseases.
  • Suspect in killing of Arkansas deputy identified

    Suspect in killing of Arkansas deputy identified

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    The authorities haven't confirmed that and the state police declined to say how the Millers and McHam were related. Investigators are questioning the woman. "He had mental problems", the elder Bowden said of his son. She said her brother told her he had killed McHam's mother and daughter and he was holding McHam hostage.
  • Eddie Jones welcomes England's World Cup 'group of death'

    Eddie Jones welcomes England's World Cup 'group of death'

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    After this morning's pool draw in Kyoto Irish fans will be feeling confident that they can top Group A ahead of Scotland and Japan to at least give them a more favorable shot at advancing past the quarter-final for the first time in their history.
  • Macron 'carries hopes' of millions of Europeans: Merkel

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    Emmanuel Macron's ascent to French president caps a stunning rise for the political newcomer and his fledgling party but he now faces another battle to form a parliamentary majority, with his rivals already plotting revenge in June's general election.
  • France President-elect Emmanuel Macron triumphs but focus turns to challenges ahead

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    Polling suggests that En Marche and another centrist party, Modem, are now the choice of a narrow plurality-26 percent-of French voters, while Le Pen's party, the National Front, comes in at 22 percent. Macron won the presidency with 66 percent of votes cast for a candidate. But the challenges facing France's new leader are enormous: He and the party he created from scratch barely a year ago will now try to stock the country's legislature with enough allies to move his agenda forward.