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Moon warns 'high possibility' of conflict with North


South Korean Unification Ministry spokesman Lee Duk-haeng told reporters the government's most basic stance is that communication lines between South and North Korea should reopen. "I will never tolerate [North Korea's] provocations and nuclear threats", President Moon, who was sworn in last Wednesday, said. "Second, to that end, both sides will employ all means, including sanctions and dialogue". Read More »

How you can protect yourself against the ransomware attack

In March, we released a security update which addresses the vulnerability that these attacks are exploiting. And while two waves of the attack have been blocked, researchers say it may be impossible to stop the launch of new waves. - How can people protect their computers? Unfortunately, I don't think that any anti-virus software is capable of providing on-time protection for cyber attacks this big. Read More »

HBSE 12th Result 2017 Today, Check Haryana Board Result at bseh


According to a senior official informed, Haryana Board is likely to release the result of Class 12 on May 18, that is, today and Class 10 board examinations later this week. So in case of issue candidates are advised to stay calm and refresh the result page in a short period of time. Students can keep themselves updates through the notification provided here. Read More »

Trump to meet Russian foreign minister amid FBI controversy


After the negotiations, the two ministers participated in a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The leaders also discussed Ukraine, and Trump stressed Russia's responsibility to fully put in place a peace agreement. She says Tillerson told Lavrov that sanctions on Russian Federation over its actions in Ukraine will remain in place until Russian Federation changes course. Read More »

United States private equity firms bid for Australia newspaper empire


The takeover proposals, both of which are indicative only, have emerged since Fairfax announced a plan to partially spin off its one growth asset, property listings group Domain, to unlock value for shareholders. Fairfax shares were valued at $A1.16 ahead of Thursday's market open and hovering around their recent six-year price high. Stay on topic - This helps keep the thread focused on the discussion at hand. Read More »

Derby winner Always Dreaming gallops smoothly for Preakness

So many things could have gone wrong. Always Dreaming has developed into a market leader in the industry of horse racing at a rapid pace. "He started off with a few bucks and stuff, and I was like, 'Whoa, whoa, ' but he put his head back down and relaxed, so that was good". Read More »

Former FBI Director Mueller to lead Trump-Russia probe

Rosenstein said the appointment did not mean crimes had been committed, or that any prosecution was warranted. Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, the ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee that is now investigating possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign said in a statement the announcement was "a good first step to get to the bottom of the many questions we have had about Russian interference in our election and possible ties to the president". Read More »

No second cyber attack made on NHS


Authorities have been encouraging affected companies to contact law enforcement and not pay the ransom. Despite the high profile of WannaCry, widespread malware outbreaks have become less common over the years, as Microsoft has improved the security of its systems, said Ziv Mador, vice president for security research at Trustwave, a security services firm. Read More »

Chelsea Manning Returns To Twitter, Draws Praise And Criticism


The former intelligence analyst in Iraq acknowledged leaking the materials, saying she wanted to expose what she considered to be the US military's disregard of the effects of war on civilians. Leavenworth, Kansas military prison were still tough. And then she did what free, normal people do everywhere: She posted to Instagram. The Army said that while Manning is being assigned to Oklahoma's Fort Sill, she doesn't need to report for duty there, meaning she has discretion about where she ... Read More »

Pope declares two Fatima shepherd children as saints


Some 500,000 worshippers gathered in Fatima Saturday to watch Pope Francis declare two child shepherds who had visions of the Virgin Mary 100 years ago saints, the Vatican said. Peter's Square on May 13, 1981 - the same date of the first Fatima vision. In 2000, Pope John Paul II beatified the Marto siblings during a Mass at Fatima and used the occasion of the new millennium to reveal the third "secret" that the children reported they had received from the Madonna. Read More »

Controversial new US ambassador arrives in Israel


Trump is expected to visit Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories on May 22 and 23. It was the latest sign of the Israeli right's growing disenchantment with Trump after having rejoiced in his election. In an unusual move, Netanyahu also partially released the minutes of a meeting he had with Trump in Washington in February, showing he had pressed the new president to move the embassy. Read More »

Venezuelans clog roads in new anti-government protests

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. This demographic backed late leader Hugo Chavez massively but have soured on Maduro, his successor, and suffered the most from four years of recession. Read More »

Labour manifesto pledges to tax top earners 'to help the many'

Following the launch of Labour's General Election manifesto on Tuesday, the Tories issued an analysis highlighting what it said were billions of pounds of unfunded commitments. Carolyn Fairbairn, CBI director-general, said some proposals deserved "three cheers", but on the whole "prioritise state intervention over enterprise, and fail to offer the pro-growth and competitiveness agenda the country so badly needs". Read More »

Explainer: Was Trump's request to Comey an obstruction of justice?

The FBI's investigation is broader than just Flynn, and it's possible McCabe was referring to the overall probe, the person said. Addressing the Comey memo, GOP Rep. Trump abruptly fired Comey last week, saying he did so based on his very public handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe. The White House distanced itself from the burglars. Read More »

Israel Demands Explanation of US Diplomat's 'Western Wall' Comment

Some top advisers are urging him not to abandon his campaign promise to do so, though Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told Meet the Press on Sunday that the president was taking a "deliberative approach". President Donald Trump is to meet with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in the holy Christian city Bethlehem in a symbolic visit to the West Bank town at the end of May. Read More »

James Millar: The SNP are keen to see Ruth Davidson's Tory revival

This leaves an interesting challenge ahead, whether the "old guard" coalition of a Labour/SNP administration will prevail, or whether the Conservatives can come to a working agreement with the two Indy councillors. The local government results will be added to data gathered by the party through months of canvassing, with Ms Davidson admitting activists will now be "fighting hard in places that we perhaps hadn't targeted before at a General Election". Read More »

Republican Oversight Chairman ready to Subpoena Trump-Comey FBI Memos

The claim is contained in memos Comey had written after his February Oval Office meeting with Trump. In another weird portion of the memo, Trump complained that classified government information had been repeatedly leaked to the news media and urged Comey to consider jailing reporters who were involved. Read More »

Dog stabbed to death in Mirrabooka park by hoodie-wearing man


The heartbroken owner of a dog that was stabbed in Mirrabooka says her pet was "gone within seconds". The owner, who asked not to be identified, said she did not hear any sounds that suggested trouble. "I get closer, and I realise she's on the floor, blood all over her", she said through sobs. Mirrabooka Police are looking for a tall, white-skinned man with a light-coloured beard, wearing a tan-coloured hoodie and dark trousers. Read More »

Security situation in Afghanistan likely to get worse: US intel chief


Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday that her country will continue to lead NATO's military training mission in Afghanistan but was not ready to take on more responsibilities there. Des Roches asked. "There are Pakistani safe havens whether it is due to Pakistani lack of ability or Pakistani collusion, and as long as they [Taliban] are fighting for their life, it seems unlikely that this will defeat them". Read More »

Storms pummel central U.S., as tornadoes kill at least 2


Paul, and about 40 miles (64 kilometers) north of Eau Claire. In Iowa, the storms damaged homes and other buildings and knocked down trees, limbs and power poles, leaving thousands of people without power. A 46-year-old man was killed at the trailer park and at least 25 other people were injured, according to the Barron County Sheriff's Department. The tornadoes, some of them still unverified a day later, touched down in five states: Wisconsin and Oklahoma, which each had one death and ... Read More »