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Israel Was Source Of Information Revealed By Trump


This evening, HR McMaster said the president does not know the sources of the intelligence he was given. Finally, McMaster said Trump "wasn't even aware of where this information came from", a comment meant to reinforce that the president couldn't have revealed the source but left open the question of why Trump had been kept in the dark on that detail. Read More »

Arsenal keeps Champions League qualification hopes alive


Arsenal players want Alexis Sanchez to stay at the club next season, defender Laurent Koscielny has said, as speculation continues to swirl about the Chilean international's future. Manchester City are in third spot with 75 points, Liverpool have 73 and Arsenal 72. "So I don't know why suddenly it could become such a big problem", he said. Read More »

Microsoft Adds New Protection for Ransomware Amid Global Cyber Attack


On Friday evening, Microsoft released patches for Windows XP, Server 2003, and Windows 8 , after those systems were infected with Ransomware on Friday. In the U.S., FedEx Corp. reported that its Windows computers were "experiencing interference" from malware, but wouldn't say if it had been hit by ransomware, said AP. Read More »

India, Pak face-off at ICJ over Jadhav


Pakistan's Counsel Khawar Qureshi QC rejected the extreme urgency of the case, arguing that the demand for provisional measures amounted to a "boot straps' argument". Salve was India's lead attorney at the ICJ hearing the case of Indian national Jadhav. "It didn't present evidences in the International Court of Justice provided by Pakistan", he said. Read More »

Putin performs impromptu piano recital in Beijing


Petersburg, with lyrics like "Listen, Leningrad, I'll sing to you my honest song". "It's a pity that the piano was out of tune". Russian President Vladimir Putin was recently in the spotlight after a recent clip of him playing the piano emerged online. Read More »

UNSC, Turkey condemn North Korea missile test


Russian President Vladimir Putin has condemned North Korea's latest missile launch, but warned that the world should talk to Pyongyang rather than threaten it. Analysts say the missile was sacked at an upward trajectory to artificially limit its range during the test. "We consider (the missile test) counter-productive, harmful and dangerous". Read More »

'Flirting With EFTA': Sturgeon Says Scotland May Join Free Trade Association


She added that "by necessity" Scotland might have to pursue membership of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA ) before achieving full membership. "All this is because SNP ministers have been distracted by their obsession with independence". And she also argued for the reform of the deeply unpopular Common Fisheries Policy, proposing to replace an "open to all" policy with the regionalization of fishing rights. Read More »

Civilians Killed in US Airstrike on Albu Kamal, Syria


Rights groups say the actual figure is much higher. The Islamic State group's own Aamaq news agency claimed 22 women were killed and eight wounded in a drone strike on a bus in Akayrshi, a village about 16 kilometers (10 miles) from Raqqa. Read More »

Pakistan beat West Indies in penultimate over

Chase, who scored a fluent century in the first innings of that match at Kensington Oval, was more positive in contrast. "Really happy for this team". I gave 200 per cent everywhere I played". They were working hard for me and Younis too. Neither did I ever think that I would do it for this long, or did I worry about it being taken away from me. Read More »

Lookers PLC (LOOK) Rating Reiterated by Liberum Capital

The Company is in the process of developing two products: impact and insights. The Company operates through five segments: Zambia, which includes emerald and beryl mining activities; Mozambique, which includes ruby and corundum mining activities; United Kingdom, which includes sales of cut and polished gemstones, marketing, technical and administrative services; Faberge, which includes wholesale and retail sales of jewelry and watches, and Other, which includes new projects and traded auctions. Read More »

Prominent Mexican Journalist Gunned Down In Broad Daylight

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and the U.S. ambassador to Mexico condemned Valdez's killing. "I reiterate our commitment to freedom of expression and the press, fundamental for our democracy", the president tweeted. So I asked him why he risked his life and he replied: 'It is something I like doing, and someone has to do it. "You have to fight to change things'". Read More »

Europol chief urges vigilance against increasing cyber attacks

The ransomware program infects victims by taking advantage of a Microsoft Windows vulnerability described and resolved in Microsoft Security Bulletin MS17-010. Patients arriving at Dharmais Cancer Hospital had to wait several hours while staff worked with paper records. But the South Korean cinema chain CJ CGV Co. Read More »

How Jeff Sessions' Drug Sentencing Guidelines Could Restart War On Drugs

Sessions insists that his motives for increasing penalties are aimed towards drug dealers and drug traffickers. In the memo , Sessions, who said in March that there was " too much of a tolerance for drug use ", called for prosecutors to charge offenders with the "most serious, readily provable offense", deviating only in special circumstances and with the approval of a USA attorney general or assistant attorney general. Read More »

US Admiral Harris: 'The actions of North Korea are unacceptable'


North Korea conducted two nuclear tests a year ago which are likely to have improved its know-how in making nuclear weapons small enough to fit on long-range missiles. The US vessel is reportedly still patrolling in the region. "I'm not going to talk about various policy options that we may or may not consider, but I will say this: we are certainly engaged right now in looking at a number of measures - political, economic, security - to deal with these provocative acts by the DPRK, and ... Read More »

Kim Si-woo is youngest golfer to win '5th major'

Si Woo Kim may have won one of golf's most prestigious tournaments on Sunday but he might be taken away from us just as he announced himself to the world. "And never once did he look flustered at all". The smart money, if an global player overtook American co-leaders J.B. Holmes and Kyle Stanley , was on veterans such as Poulter, Oosthuizen, Adam Scott (the previous youngest victor, at 23 in 2004) or Masters champion Sergio Garcia. Read More »

Barkati sacked as Shahi Imam of Tipu Sultan Mosque


According to the reports, the Trustee Board is upset with his anti-national comment and has chose to go ahead with the decision to banish him from the mosque. He first targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi soon after the demonetization saga and then threatened of even Jihad if India is declared Hindu Nation which is something that defies the constitution of India. Read More »

Diesel emissions hidden from tests kill 38000 people a year


Improved "real-world" vehicle testing standards and increased adoption of new diesel technology to replace older diesels would play a major role in helping to reduce nitrogen oxide ( NOx ) emissions, according to Allen Schaeffer, the Executive Director of the Diesel Technology Forum. Read More »

IT raids in benami deals linked to Lalu


While raids are being conducted at a dozen locations, 10 other official premises are being surveyed by the I-T department, they said. "They have not seized any documents and can not prove any charges against me. The report said that the land deals consisted of farmhouses which were in places like Bijwasan, near IGI airport, Sainik Farms. "I will continue to fight against fascist forces". Read More »

Donald Trump 'asked FBI Director to shut down Flynn investigation'

An Israeli spy's life is at risk as the result of US President Donald Trump's reported passing of classified information to senior Russian officials last week, ABC news reported Tuesday . The President's actions, which breached foreign intelligence-sharing protocol, could badly damage diplomatic relations between the USA and its closest Middle East ally. Read More »

Pakistan violates ceasefire in Balakote,1700 shifted to safer areas


Earlier on Saturday, two civilians were killed as Pakistan Army continued its unprovoked firing in state's Nowshera sector. The DC further said that almost 1700 people have already been evacuated from the LoC hamlets hit by shelling from Pakistani side and shifted to relief camps.Around 10,042 people from over 2,694 families have beenaffected by the continued shelling from across the border, the DC said. Read More »

Information Trump shared with Russians came from Israel, official says

They got there just before the news upended Washington, and early enough that it wasn't a hot dinner discussion topic. "We have to work together in critical areas", McMaster said. Sen. Sen. Chris Murphy, like Himes a Connecticut Democrat, also expressed worry over the effect of Trump's disclosure on close relationships between US intelligence and foreign counterparts. Read More »

UK PM May endorses finance minister Hammond after reports of rift


She gave the answer in a joint press conference with Hammond at Canary Wharf in London's Docklands, which they convened to address Labour's economic plans and portray them as risky. Indeed some of them are people that I've known for many, many years. "What I candidly admitted this morning - and my family will confirm this - is that I do occasionally swear". Read More »

OPEC crude production rises in April - IEA


Goldman said that beyond the ongoing rise in U.S. oil production, which is up over 10% since mid-2016 to 9.3 million bpd, output will increase by OPEC members who were exempt from the cuts, or where supply disruptions had ended, including Libya and Nigeria. Read More »

Cornyn says he will stay in Senate, won't be Federal Bureau of Investigation director

However, the low polling numbers for the Trump presidency, plus the opportunity of an open seat, look likely to draw at least some serious Democratic challenges. When asked on "Face the Nation" last month if it was appropriate for Trump to comment on the ongoing Russian Federation investigation, Cornyn said "sometimes I think this is a distraction from what we should be doing". Read More »