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Ransomware 'Petya' spotted in Korea for first time

But no fix occurs and once the fraudster has access to the victim's computer they can install software which could potentially be malicious. Hospitals, government offices and major multinationals were among the casualties of the ransomware payload, which locks up computer files with all-but-unbreakable encryption and then demands a ransom for its release. Read More »

London's fire symptomatic of larger safety issues globally


The latest tally of fire safety checks was presented to the Cabinet by Communities Secretary Sajid Javid - but a fire safety expert raised doubts over the combustibility tests being carried out on cladding samples by the Building Research Establishment (BRE). Read More »

Sri Lanka name interim head coach


Pothas will take charge for a five-match one-day worldwide series against Zimbabwe, which starts on Friday, and stay on until India complete their tour of Sri Lanka . Meanwhile, fast bowler Lasith Malinga , who compared Jayasekera to a monkey for criticising the fitness of the national players, had pleaded guilty to breaching his contract with the board, Sumathipala said. Read More »

Zimbabwe pastor and government critic arrested after speech


University of Zimbabwe (UZ) security clashed with medical students at the UZ campus yesterday when a demonstration against fees hike turned violent. "The police are using delay tactics to hold him in custody for the full 48 hours allowed by the constitution before he is brought to court". Read More »

Crunch time in N. Ireland power-sharing talks


The deal, which comes two weeks after the election resulted in a hung Parliament , will see the 10 Democratic Unionist Party (DUP ) MPs back the Tories in key Commons votes. The agreement will be in place for the length of this Parliament and includes £1 billion in new funding for Northern Ireland. "I think that would be a very risky place for all of us". Read More »

State has little comment on abortion law suit

Ruling for the plaintiffs, lower courts suggested that such detainees should be given bond hearings every six months, and released if shown not to be a flight threat. In 2012, Colorado baker Jack Phillips refused to create a cake for a gay couple's wedding reception in MA. "What the bakers or the photographers or the florists are saying is that my religion gives me a license to discriminate because I don't agree with the fact that you're gay", Runkles-Pearson said. Read More »

McConnell Delays Health Care Vote; Trump Engaged


The bill would fail if three Republican senators vote no, and at least five have publicly expressed their opposition. So now it's time to revise. "We are getting very close". "His calculation is that he can spend next week or so trying to figure out how to bring some of these recalcitrant Republicans on board and there's a reason why you don't want to bet against him", Manley said. Read More »

Johnny Galecki loses ranch in sprawling California fire


The ranch, which is not Galecki's primary residence, was claimed by the so-called Hill Fire, a blaze that started around 3:30 p.m. local time on Monday about 200 miles northwest of Los Angeles. "It's never the structures that create a community - it's the people". Johnny Galecki brought his 300-acre California property years ago so that he would have a place to escape the insane Hollywood life. Read More »

McConnell delays vote on health care bill until after July 4 recess

A senior Senate Republican aide told CNN that the plan for the moment is to hammer out a compromise bill by the end of this week, give members the full week of recess to digest and then vote on it when they get back. Following McConnell's decision, President Donald Trump said negotiators are continuing to work and "getting very close" on a deal and that Obamacare was "melting down as we speak". Read More »

Rabid bobcat in garden attacks, mauls woman, 80


She responded by fighting the animal off with a sickle she used as a garden implement. "All I could think of is 'why is he doing this, why is this stupid cat attacking me?'" Dabrowski recalled. Elsie Dabrowski is now undergoing the first round of rabies shots at a local Veterans Association hospital. "It could have got my eye, could have got my jugular could have got anything you know", she said. Read More »

44 people detained during Istanbul's banned LGBT pride event


Brady says things are changing quickly and "we need to be as visible as possible". Organizers said they were hopeful that the parade would be allowed to go ahead this year because it fell on the first day of Eid. "'I love Pride, everyone shows love and it's wonderful", said Kima, a girl who boasted of spending nine years with her girlfriend, Rayshan, and having attended the event from the beginning of their relationship. Read More »

Facing revolt on health-care bill, US Senate Republicans delay vote

But in physicians' offices and medical centers, in state capitols and corporate offices, there are growing fears that the unprecedented cuts proposed in the GOP legislation would create even larger problems in the USA health care system. Some 90 percent of that is paid by the federal government. But under the GOP plans, that funding would be replaced by fixed payments to states, regardless of what it costs to care for patients. Read More »

Utah: Brian Head wildfire forces evacuations


Emergency crews have managed to contain only 9 percent of the Brian Head fire since it started. The fire that started June 17 has forced the evacuation of 600 homes in Upper Bear Valley, Panguitch Lake, Horse Valley, Beaver Dam, Castle Valley, Blue Springs, Rainbow Meadows, Mammoth Creek, Dry Lakes, Second Left Hand Canyon and Brian Head neighborhoods. Read More »

Fireworks reminders for City of Great Falls


It's a fun occasion to enjoy the music, perhaps share a meal and to watch an awesome fireworks show. The Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection licenses fireworks displays, special effects, fireworks and special effects shooters, and fireworks distributors and manufacturers. Read More »

Trump Pounces On News That 3 CNN Staffers Resigned Following Retraction

Multiple news sources reached out to CNN , and they report that the network is not particularly concerned about Bonifield's commentary. The development is a blow for CNN , which announced at the start of the year the creation of a new investigation unit in order to compete with the New York Times and Washington Post , as well as Politico and the Wall Street Journal which have beefed up their investigative teams to cover the new Trump administration. Read More »

US Senate health care bill delayed after some Republicans express opposition


John Doran: There have been a lot of ups and a lot of downs. Now Americans should give their senators an earful over the Fourth of July recess and demand a bipartisan effort to make health care more affordable and accessible. That speaks for itself. The Senate's version of the AHCA passed by the House is being crafted by just 13 Republicans. All Democrats can do is watch from the sidelines, and hope they have an impact. Read More »

Montanan is bank robber dubbed 'AK-47 bandit'


Federal agents found homemade bombs in a Montana home that may be connected to a rash of bank robberies in multiple states and to a man who is suspected of shooting at a Kansas state trooper, authorities said Monday. Federal Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said the search was connected to the probe of the bank robberies. On Feb. 29, 2012, the so-called AK-47 bandit robbed the California Bank & Trust on 5455 Riverside Chino, police said. Read More »

Supreme Court rules for church preschool in religious liberty case

GJELTEN: But Chief Justice Roberts did add a footnote that limited the ruling's significance. Moreover, he said the government in this case "is not being asked to fund a religious activity". Justice Sotomayor in her dissent disagreed entirely with the majority's take on the case. The Court (like the parties) focused on the Free Exercise Clause, not the Establishment Clause. Read More »

U.S. to announce travel ban for North Korea?


The release came following work by State Department officials and did not involve former basketball star Dennis Rodman , who arrived in North Korea the same day Warmbier was sent home, Fred Warmbier confirmed. Warmbier had plans to visit Beijing, China, after he left North Korea. Gratton's last time seeing Warmbier was at the Pyongyang International Airport early January 2, 2016. Read More »

Which Analysts Are Watching Viacom Inc. (NASDAQ:VIA)?

Cleararc Capital Inc. now owns 8,495 shares of the company's stock valued at $396,000 after buying an additional 72 shares during the last quarter. Comerica Bank increased its position in Viacom by 0.5% in the fourth quarter. Diluted EPS for trailing twelve months is 3.03 and Quarterly Earnings Growth year over year is -60.1 Percent. Viacom's quarterly revenue was up 8.5% on a year-over-year basis. Read More »

Saudis say Qatar demands are non-negotiable

Iran will stand beside the Qatari government and people, Rouhani said in a phone conversation with Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani on Sunday. It was unclear what power Corker has to stop what the administration has said were $110 billion worth of arms deals signed with the Saudis during President Trump's trip there last month. Read More »