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The party has blamed "EVM tampering" for its recent electoral losses. "So far there have been 37 cases in various courts regarding EVM tampering". It gained momentum after the Delhi civic polls, which the Bharatiya Janata Party won by a large margin, and the AAP blamed the EVMs for their loss.
  • AAP is diverting public attention through EVMs

    AAP is diverting public attention through EVMs

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    According to sources, the Election Commission said it would receive updated VVPATs in the time period stretching from August 2017 to September 2018. During the hearing, Chidambaram referred to some of the reports given by experts and said they "demonstrated that both the hardware and software of EVMs are vulnerable and unless there is no paper trail, the accuracy can not be verified".
  • Europol: More than 200000 cyberattack victims identified in 150 states

    Europol: More than 200000 cyberattack victims identified in 150 states

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    A group of hackers spreading massive RansomWare attack all over the world to hack many Windows laptop and computer users. Russia's health ministry said its attacks were "effectively repelled". But the patches won't do any good for machines that have already been hit. Security experts said it appeared to be caused by a self-replicating piece of software that enters companies when employees click on email attachments, then spreads quickly as employees share documents.
  • US President Donald Trump threatens to cancel White House press briefings

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    Comey was sacked Tuesday evening amid an active and escalating FBI investigation into the Trump campaign's possible ties with Russian Federation. I told myself, I might even lengthen out the investigation. The ethical guidance is not legally binding, though it's generally respected in order to shield investigations from political pressure. Trump wanted to know what his two top Justice Department officials thought of Comey and his performance.
  • Voters across the Home Counties go to the polls in local elections

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    We ll have to wait and see what the final results are and overall, of course, the turnout is much lower than you get in a general election, said United Kingdom defence secretary Michael Fallon, playing down the Conservative gains. Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon insisted the Conservatives were not complacent, but said it appeared they were winning votes from all their rivals.
  • China sees 'win-win' for all in revived Silk Road Initiative

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    He called for more concerted action against terrorism and what he called its root causes of poverty and social injustice. In a reminder of potential security threats, North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile Sunday that flew for a half-hour and reached an unusually high altitude of 2,000 kilometers (1,240 miles).
  • North Korea carries out another ballistic missile test

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    Whatever the type of missile, the launch forces the new South Korean leader, Moon Jae-in, to put dealing with Pyongyang above the domestic economic agenda he made a priority during his early days in office. This weekend, North Korea successfully tested a medium long-range strategic missile, a weapon their official Korean Central News Agency says can carry a nuclear warhead.
  • LA Bid For '24 Olympics Requires Imagination

    LA Bid For '24 Olympics Requires Imagination

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    People close to the Los Angeles bid said a potential visit to Lima was not simply a question of Trump's politics, but also the security apparatus that accompanies a traveling US president. By some accounts, the International Olympic Committee would have to amend its rules to impose a split decision, and it's not clear if there are votes to make the change.
  • Melissa McCarthy drives motorized stake through Sean Spicer in NYC

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    Spicey feels pretty, oh so pretty. "SNL" and McCarthy have also been doing their part in building buzz for Saturday night's broadcast all week. McCarthy's reappearance as Spicer couldn't be better timed, coinciding with the beleaguered press secretary's recent reported attempt to hide in the bushes from journalists pelting him with questions about Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey .
  • Turkey calls on U.S. to not arm Kurdish 'terrorists'

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    She said both leaders affirmed their support for peace and stability in Iraq and Syria. "I hope very much that this mistake will be reversed immediately", Erdogan said, after Washington announced it would arm the Kurdish Peoples' Protection Units (YPG) in the fight against militants in Syria.
  • United States could leave Kim in place if Pyongyang scraps nukes

    United States could leave Kim in place if Pyongyang scraps nukes

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    The ambassador went on to claim that if the United States moves an inch towards North Korea, then they "are ready to turn to ashes any available strategic assets to the U.S". North Korea does not hide its willingness to return to the negotiating table with the United States. Classmates from the United States told CNN that Kim Hak Song is an ethnic Korean who was born in China and emigrated to the United States in the 1990s.