• Iowa Ag Secretary May Take Position at USDA

    Iowa Ag Secretary May Take Position at USDA

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    In a 2014 interview , Clovis said global warming "is simply a mechanism for transferring wealth from one group of people to another", New York Daily News reported . Clovis' academic background includes years of study on homeland security, but focused nearly exclusively on foreign policy. Good thing we'll have the host of "Impact with Sam Clovis" on the job! He finished a distant second in the 2014 Republican Primary for an Iowa Senate seat ultimately won by Joni Ernst.
  • Bid for secret ballot in Constitutional Court

    Bid for secret ballot in Constitutional Court

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    Mpofu said his job was to convince this court that not having a secret ballot would be illogical in the totality of the circumstances. UDM advocate Dali Mpofu SC said the only question which arose in this case was whether the meaning of an expression "a vote" in Section 102 meant whether a secret ballot was impliedly required‚ or permitted or prohibited.
  • Governments to blame for cyberattack

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    It demands users pay Dollars 300 worth of cryptocurrency Bitcoin to retrieve their files, though it warns that the payment will be raised after a certain amount of time. Whilst accepting Microsoft's share of the blame, Smith suggested that the bulk of the responsibility for the massive cyberhack lies at the feet of government agencies.
  • UK Conservatives have 18 point lead over Labour: Comres poll

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    Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn, for his part, will stick to his party's strongest suit with the electorate on Monday by pledging to inject 37 billion pounds ($48 billion) into the National Health Service over the next 5 years. The Liberal Democrats have pledged to scrap the Investigatory Powers Act, which allows British intelligence agencies and police to collect and store United Kingdom residents' web histories.
  • No report yet of 'WannaCry' hit on Indian network: CERT

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    Bahl maintained that no "major" incidents have been brought to CERT-Ins notice yet, but was quick to add that a full assessment of the impact on ground can be made only on Monday when people return to work after the weekend. Microsoft even issued a rare patch to Windows XP to help defend computers against the cyberattack, and has criticsed the USA government for stockpiling code around vulnerabilities.
  • Merkel on course for fourth term after crushing rivals in state poll

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    The German leader had welcomed Macron's resounding election win on Sunday, saying he "carries the hopes of millions of French people and also many in Germany and across Europe" . Merkel's conservatives in the state, led by challenger Armin Laschet, a liberal-minded deputy leader of the Christian Democrats, have little to lose after a awful showing in the state vote five years ago.
  • Cyber attack hits 200000 in at least 150 countries - Europol

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    Tehan declined to provide details on the three affected companies, but said the first Australian company reported as hit was not "a government organisation or a hospital or anything like that". Some hospitals in the United Kingdom were forced to cancel outpatient appointments; it's not yet known whether anyone suffered injury or death as a result of the cyberattack.
  • Pakistan win thriller for 1st Windies series win

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    Pace bowler Yasir Shah took five for 92 - his 11th Test five-for - as the hosts were all out for 202 in their second innings with just six balls remaining despite a courageous, unbeaten 101 from Roston Chase . "Especially Yasir Shah got the better of me a lot and this was mainly because he was tying me down and then I was just falling to a bad shot because of the pressure".
  • NHS cyber attack leaves EU's law enforcers stunned after 'unprecedented' global reach

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    The latest count is over 200,000 victims in at least 150 countries, and those victims, many of those will be businesses, including large corporations. Nissan Motor Co. confirmed Monday, May 15, 2017, some units had been targeted, but there was no major impact on its business. "It seems that a lot of internet security guys over the weekend did their homework and ran the security software updates".
  • 'Nervous India Can't Stop Others from Joining Belt and Road'

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    It also reffered to Xi's remarks in which, while skirting any references to India's absence at the meeting, he had said, "All countries should respect each other's sovereignty, dignity and territorial integrity, each other's development paths and social systems, and each other's cores interests and major concerns".
  • Day 3 - Triple Talaq hearing in Supreme Court

    Day 3 - Triple Talaq hearing in Supreme Court

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    While appearing for the Centre, Attorney General (A-G) Mukul Rohatgi made this observation when the Supreme Court asked him what would be the solution for a Muslim man Triple to come out of a marriage if such practices are withdrawn from the system.