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It was too early to say who was behind the onslaught, which struck 100,000 organizations, and what their motivation was, aside from the obvious demand for money. More importantly, ensure that you've installed all the relevant security patches for your version of Windows. It affects the computers which have not updated it yet.
  • Trump defends sharing information with Russians

    Trump defends sharing information with Russians

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    Trump shared highly classified information with the Russian foreign minister and Russian ambassador to the U.S. in a White House meeting last week, The Washington Post first reported Monday. The New York Times said in a subsequent report that they could confirm that reporting. New Zealand Foreign Minister Gerry Brownlee noted the story had been denied.
  • Iran reformist drops out of election, supports Rouhani

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    Experts on Iranian politics and the economy say many Iranians feel disheartened - disappointed that they have yet to reap the benefits of the nuclear deal. First Vice President of Iran, Eshaq Jahangiri speaks during a press conference in Tehran , Iran on April 15, 2017 after he submitted his application of candidacy for Iran's presidential elections which will be held on May 19.
  • Comey defends Clinton choice

    Comey defends Clinton choice

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    He told the Senate Judiciary Committee that the Federal Bureau of Investigation can not take into account how it might benefit or harm politicians. He declined Wednesday to discuss that investigation or to say which Americans the FBI was looking at.
  • Syrian government denies US allegations of mass killings

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    An Israeli minister on Tuesday called for the assassination of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, adding that the latter's regime was the worst since Nazi Germany. Meslet, in Geneva for the United Nations -mediated talks, told Saudi-owned TV station al-Hadath that the government was known to move prisoners around from site to site for interrogations and, in some instances, executions.
  • Opposition protest over 'Dharna Chowk' in Hyderabad turns violent

    Opposition protest over 'Dharna Chowk' in Hyderabad turns violent

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    The state Government announced the shifting of the chowk after a group of nearby resident complained of facing trouble due to the protest venue. The protest against relocating Dharna Chowk from Indira Park continues. Police resorted to lathicharge in a bid to disperse protesters. M Kodandaram of the TJAC gave the protest call and opposition parties joined hands.
  • Independent Scotland may need phased return to EU: Nicola Sturgeon

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    The First Minister also defended her decision to pursue a second independence referendum earlier this and said students concerned about independence should still vote for the SNP. A "meltdown" in the Labour Party means Scottish voters must vote SNP to rein in an "unfettered, out-of-control" Tory government, Nicola Sturgeon believes.
  • Chinese well aware of corruption in CPEC: Zardari

    Chinese well aware of corruption in CPEC: Zardari

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    Don't expect anything from the rulers. Criticizing the Nawaz Sharif government for creating tense relations with neighbouring countries, he said that the Prime Minister should take immediate steps to resolve pending issues with neighbours through talks.
  • West Bengal government makes Bengali mandatory in all schools of the state

    West Bengal government makes Bengali mandatory in all schools of the state

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    Students will be free to pick the other two languages. "We must respect every mother tongue and also give every regional language its importance". According to the new rule, students who have any other language other than Bengali as their first language, would have to opt for two more languages, one of which would have to be Bengali.
  • PM Nawaz to visit Hong Kong on three-day official visit

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    Leaders from 30 countries including United States, United Kingdom, Sri Lanka and Pakistan are attending the forum, which ends on Monday. The visit follows premier's China tour in which Pakistan signed multiple MoUs with Chinese administration for infrastructure development and extending bilateral ties.
  • Sally Yates: Russians had 'real leverage' over Michael Flynn

    Sally Yates: Russians had 'real leverage' over Michael Flynn

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    She told CNN she was surprised Trump did not act more quickly on the situation and denied she was behind the leaks to the press about the issue. Yates shared shocking details about Michael Flynn's alleged Russian Federation ties, and questioned why the White House didn't act on her warning.