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Macron said that he'd work with Merkel on a "road map", and that they needed to work on "deep reforms that are necessary and need common work". The new French president outlined possible areas of cooperation between France and Germany. At least 24 Socialists are now campaigning for re-election under the banner of Macron's Republic on the Move party. "In the past, the subject of treaty change was a French taboo".
  • US AG issues new criminal charging policy

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    U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been outspoken about his disdain for cannabis and his desire to shut down the industry as a whole, but some states are adamant about defending their citizens' rights. Kerry Harvey, who was the US attorney for the Western District of Kentucky until earlier this year, said implementation of the policy will depend on each USA attorney's office.
  • Yankees retire Derek Jeter's number 2 jersey

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    Former New York Yankees' Derek Jeter smiles during a ceremony retiring his number at Yankee Stadium, Sunday, May 14, 2017, in New York . As the evening's events unfolded, various players both past and present took to the internet to share their admiration and respect for the Captain.
  • Theresa May vows to advance workers' rights if she wins election

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    Listing 11 commitments, May said she would increase the "national living wage" in line with median earnings, give new protections to "gig" economy workers and offer a new statutory right for workers to receive information about major decisions in companies, in keeping with the rights of shareholders.
  • Theresa May woos Labour voters with pledges on workers' rights

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    Corbyn will seek to rally support behind an agenda of increased taxes for the wealthy and more spending on public services. "We are putting an extra £10 billion into the NHS and with strong and stable leadership from Theresa May we will be able to secure the strong economy our NHS needs".
  • Public wants special prosecutor for Russia probe

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    In his Closer Look segment, Meyers touched only briefly on the Washington Post report , making a joke about why the Russians ares smiling so broadly in the Oval Office photographs. On NBC , moderator Chuck Todd asked Secretary of State Rex Tillerson about Russian interference in the election, and the secretary of state focused most of his answers on the rocky relationship between the United States and Russia.
  • NHS Fife systems "repaired" after cyber attack

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    Naughten said the National Cyber Security Centre has issued notices to departments and agencies to mitigate some of the risks, with this morning's update detailing the malware and how to deal with it. French carmaker Renault's assembly plant in Slovenia halted production after it was targeted in the global cyberattack . Becky Pinkard, from Digital Shadows, a UK-based cyber-security firm, also said it would be easy for the initial attackers or "copy-cat authors" to change the virus ...
  • Few in US Support Trump's Firing of FBI Chief

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    While Washington is still reeling about President Trump's dismissal of FBI Director James Comey, the majority of his supporters think it was a good call. The White House has said Comey's firing was unrelated to the Russian Federation probe. If the current administration did make tapes, Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer told CNN on Sunday, "the president should turn them over immediately, of course".
  • Dem calls report on Trump, intel 'disturbing'

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    The identification of the location where the threat was detected was seen as particularly problematic, officials said, because Russian Federation could use that detail to help identify the US ally or intelligence capability involved, according to the report.
  • WhatsApp fined over $3 mn for data sharing in Italy

    WhatsApp fined over $3 mn for data sharing in Italy

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    A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar is already hearing the triple talaq matter. "You were not sharing it in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015". "What you share is mobile number, area and identity of user which was confined to WhatsApp ". The bench then asked senior advocate KV Vishwanathan, representing the Internet Freedom Foundation (IFF), an intervenor in the case, to start the arguments.
  • US judges ask if travel ban is anti-Muslim

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    Last week, judges on the Virginia-based Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments over whether to affirm a Maryland judge's similar ruling to put the ban on ice. "Right now, the president is making sure that we make the appropriate arguments to get the ban in place", Spicer added. "This order is aimed at aliens overseas, who themselves don't have constitutional rights", Wall said.