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North Korea Releases Video of Latest Successful Missile Test

The new ballistic missile, named Hwasong-12, was sacked at the highest possible angle to avoid affecting neighbouring countries' security and flew 787 km (489 miles) after reaching an altitude of 2,111 km (1,242 miles), KCNA said. "It also verified the homing feature of the warhead under the worst re-entry situation and accurate performance of detonation system". The pictures featured a long nose coned projectile that appeared to be similar to missiles displayed during an April 15 military ... Read More »

Strategy, teamwork help Hamilton win Spanish GP over Vettel


It was a tight race, with Sebastian Vettel leading for much of the early going before pit stops shook up things. Hamilton will now head to the next round in Monaco a week on Sunday just six points shy of the man he is bidding to join on four world titles following a dramatic race in which the title protagonists diced on track for the first time this season. Read More »

Budget 2017: PM warns against big bank 'lies'

It has also been revealed that the Treasurer's master plan to hit the banks with the 6.2 billion dollar levy came about after a visit to London in January, during which he was taught how British regulators implemented similar measures on their big banks. Read More »

Cholera outbreak death toll in Yemen rises to 180 - ICRC

Cholera is a bacterial infection contracted through ingesting contaminated food or water, which in severe cases can be fatal within hours if not treated with intravenous fluids and antibiotics. It has also said that 7.6 million people in Yemen live in areas at high risk of cholera transmission.A cholera epidemic late past year petered out but outbreaks are becoming more frequent. Read More »

Second Ebola case in Congo confirmed

Moeti said World Health Organization had assured the DRC Government of its preparedness to respond to the outbreak of the scourge after the government's alarm on it. The GAVI vaccine alliance said Friday that about 300,000 emergency doses of an Ebola vaccine could be available in case of a severe outbreak, and was ready to support the Congolese government. Read More »

World braces for more cyberattacks as work week begins

The ransomware was created to repeatedly contact an unregistered domain listed in its code. The malware spreads through e-mail. "Later we found out that the domain was supposed to be unregistered and the malware was counting on this, thus by registering it we inadvertently stopped any subsequent infections", @MalwareTechBlog told CNNTech. Read More »

Three hospitals affected by global cyber attack


The Police Service of Northern Ireland's Cyber Crime Centre will continue to actively participate in the national co-ordinated response to this attack and we would encourage all local businesses and public services to take immediate steps to protect their systems and reduce their vulnerability. Read More »

Hamilton wins Spanish GP, Vettel comes second


The rest of the field finished so far behind Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton, they might as well have been in another race. "The team did an incredible job today, that's how racing should be, as close as it could be, Sebastian was incredibly close, incredibly fast", Hamilton said. Read More »

Israel dismisses US concern over embassy move to Jerusalem

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas arrived here today on a four-day visit during which he will hold extensive talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on key bilateral, regional and global issues, including the Middle East peace process. In the evening, Netanyahu released a statement, charging that the move "won't harm the peace process". Secretary of State Rex Tillerson speaks to State Department employees, at the State Department in Washington . Read More »

Killed, 1 Seriously Injured in Late-Night St. Louis County Crash

Highway 169 at St. Louis County Road 25. One of them, a 15-year-old passenger in the Elantra, suffered a life-threatening injury. According to the news release, Gates was driving a 2013 Dodge Ram and was traveling south on County 25 when he collided with a westbound vehicle driven by Maegen Rae Hunt, 39, of Hibbing. Read More »

Steyn ruled out of England test series


However, the recovery and rehabilitation is taking a lot longer, but Steyn reckons he needs to remain patient. Steyn was earlier named in South Africa A squad to face England Lions to prove his fitness but now will have to extend his rehabilitation process. Read More »

Microsoft warns: Ransomware cyber-attack a wake-up call


The ransomware used is commonly called WannaCry. This software was developed by NSA and funded by American taxpayers. Smith said Microsoft has the "first responsibility" to address the problem. New variants of the rapidly replicating worm were discovered Sunday and one did not include the so-called kill switch that allowed researchers to interrupt its spread Friday by diverting it to a dead end on the internet. Read More »

Novavax, Inc. (NASDAQ:NVAX) Valuation According To Analysts

It represents a security's price that, if achieved, results in a trader recognizing the best possible outcome for his investment. They now have a United States dollars 25 price target on the stock. A moving average can help cut down the amount of "noise" on a price chart. Novavax, Inc. (NVAX)'s distance from 200 day simple moving average is -62.52 percent, its distance from 50 day simple moving average is -15.44 percent, while its distance from 20 day simple moving average is 12.72 percent. Read More »

Lawsuit: Execution drug will cause unconstitutional pain


Ledford proposes that the firing squad is a readily implemented and more reliable alternative method of execution that would eliminate the risks posed to him by lethal injection", Ledford's lawyers said in court papers filed last week. The reply by the Georgia attorney general's office said that there is no proof a firing squad would be less painful. He is set to be executed Tuesday. Read More »

Indonesian IT Ministry issues steps for protection against WannaCry ransomware

Hundreds of thousands of computers had been locked by a programme that demands $300 (£230) in Bitcoin. Computer Emergency Response Team of India (CERT-In) has issued a critical alert to prevent it. CERT-In further said that it sent out advisory to the Reserve Bank of India on the matter on Saturday itself. In Spain, major companies including telecommunications firm Telefonica have been infected. Read More »

Lana Del Rey shares new track Coachella - Woodstock In My Mind


The singer wrote the dreamy cut, which she released late Sunday night, last month after attending Coachella. Shortly after leaving the festival, the teased an a capella preview of the song. "We've managed to keep some big secrets recently and there's a couple more this year that haven't gone out yet as well". "Coachella - Woodstock In My Mind" taps into the dizzying moods that whirl around the often overinflated sense of self, and doubt-filled reflections, of youth. Read More »

Merkel keeps her grip on power: Wins North-Rhine-Westphalia

Projections based on partial counting, showed the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) beating the Social Democrats by about 34% to a little over 30.5%. "This is a hard day for the Social Democrats, a hard day for me personally as well", Schulz, who wasn't on the ballot Sunday, told supporters in Berlin . Read More »

Pakistan beat West Indies to seal historic series victory

In the end he completed his third Test century but was left helpless at the non-striker s end when Gabriel, who had defended resolutely for 21 balls, inexplicably attempted a wild drive off Shah and dragged the ball back onto his stumps. He was supported by seamer debutant seamer Hasan Ali who picked up three for 33. "Misbah has been the bedrock of many a Pakistan innings, time and time again extricating his team from hard situations with a terrific temperament". Read More »

Microsoft says governments should stop 'hoarding' security vulnerabilities after WannaCry attack

Wallace said the government used to contract for computer services across the entire NHS but that in 2007 that was stopped and left to the individual trusts. "This attack provides yet another example of why the stockpiling of vulnerabilities by governments is such a problem". "We have seen vulnerabilities stored by the Central Intelligence Agency show up on WikiLeaks, and now this vulnerability stolen from the NSA has affected customers around the world". Read More »

China's Xi decries protectionism, touts Silk Road

Beijing had previously invited New Delhi to join the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor - a network of roads, railways and pipelines linking Pakistan's southern port of Gwadar to China's western Xinjiang province - which Chinese President Xi Jinping has deemed central to OBOR. Read More »

Microsoft blames USA stockpiled vulnerability for ransomware attack

The malware is spread by taking advantage of a Windows vulnerability that Microsoft released a security patch for in March. Spanish telco giant Telefonica and USA delivery service FedEx were among the businesses affected. "I think we need to keep a much closer eye on what government agencies are doing with these cyber weapons because they could've tipped off the government, they could have tipped off users of these operating systems but they didn't, they kept those exploits to themselves". Read More »

Will deal with only triple talaq due to paucity of time: SC


The Supreme Court made it clear that the matter of Nikah Halala and polygamy has not been closed yet. The court additionally watched that triple talaq authorised under Muslim Personal Law that represents marriage, property and separation damages the privileges of Muslim ladies. Read More »

Dyche says frugal Burnley will spend wisely in next window


But King fired home two minutes later as the Cherries claimed victory in their final home game of the season. And Francis says the team are being fuelled by twin-motivators as the campaign reaches its climax - the possibility of securing an extraordinary top-10 Premier League finish and the desire to avoid last season's limp to the line when Cherries took only four points from their final eight games. Read More »

United Nations informed of Ebola virus outbreak in northern DR Congo

The worst outbreak of Ebola killed more than 11,300 people in the West African countries of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia and infected more than 28,000. The DRC outbreak was near the Ebola River, from which the disease takes its name. Local authorities said three deaths have been reported among nine suspected cases of the Ebola virus since April 22. Read More »