• White House denies report Trump shared intel with Russian Federation

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    On Monday, one of the officials said the intelligence discussed by Trump in the meeting with Lavrov was classified "Top Secret" and held in a secure "compartment" to which only a handful of intelligence officials have access. Afterward, White House officials took steps to contain the damage, placing calls to the CIA and the National Security Agency, the newspaper said. Graham says that means ruling out former Rep.
  • 'The NHS cyber-attack is a wake up call', says security specialist

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    Ransomware is a malicious software that blocks access to data on an affected computer until a ransom is paid and displays a message requesting payment to unlock it. Download and implement MS17-010 patch right away. Bossert said that while U.S. officials had not ruled out the possibility that it was a "state action", he said it appeared to be criminal, given the ransom requests.
  • Belt and Road Initiative "great achievement": United Nations official

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    Xi said the project has "no political agenda". The two-day Belt and Road Forum which is being attended by leaders from 29 countries, including Pakistan, has been boycotted by India due to sovereignty concerns over the Dollars 50 billion CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor), which passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
  • White House Dodges Questions About Possible Comey Tapes

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    Then on Thursday, in an NBC interview, the USA president said he had actually alone chose to fire Mr Comey - who he called a "showboat" and "grandstander". Comey could testify during an investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russian Federation, meaning the president's tweet could be seen as witness intimidation .
  • Greek seamen and journalists go on strike

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    Officially a country is in recession when its economy falls for two consecutive quarters. Since then a number of global lenders, including the European Union institutions and the worldwide Monetary Fund, agreed to provide Athens with several bailout packages in exchange for large-scale economic reforms, which suppose introduction of austerity measures.
  • Chibok family anxiously await news about their daughter

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    She added that parents "are free to come and see them anytime" and that the girls are at the rehab centre "of their own free will, nobody is compelling them to be here". The Yaga family, whose daughter Sarah was among the over 200 schoolgirls abducted by the Islamist militant group, Boko Haram in 2014, are however still uncertain about the fate of their daughter.
  • British Columbia's LNG Dreams May Be Over

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    After advance and general voting ballots were counted on Tuesday, Christy Clark's Liberals squeaked out a minority government with 43 seats compared with the NDP's 41 and the Greens' three. He did not explicitly say if he would ask Weaver to form a coalition government, however. NDP Leader Horgan reached out to Green voters in his election night speech, mentioning issues that resonate with both parties.