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Motivating those supporters, and achieving a decent election result, could be crucial for Mr Corbyn, who said he wants to stay on as party leader even if he loses, as pollsters predict. Labour is trailing badly in opinion polls, with leader Jeremy Corbyn criticised by some supporters for not opposing Prime Minister Theresa May's European Union exit strategy strongly enough, and by others for not embracing Brexit more enthusiastically.
  • China pledges additional 100 billion yuan for Silk Road

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    China has over the years tried to coax North Korea into cautious, export-oriented economic reforms, rather than sabre rattling and nuclear tests, but to little avail. The route cuts through Gilgit and Baltistan in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, disputed territory that India claims is illegally occupied. North Korea's minister of external economic relations Kim Yong Jae will lead the delegation, according to South Korean media reports.
  • Cyber attack criminals will be brought to justice, investigators pledge

    Cyber attack criminals will be brought to justice, investigators pledge

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    Individuals and organizations around the world were scrambling after the global attack, which began Friday and spread rapidly via email, to limit the damage or implement preventive measures. Russia's central bank said Saturday that no incidents were "compromising the data resources" of Russian banks. NHS Digital, which manages the health service cyber security, said fewer than 5% of devices within the health service still use the old system Windows XP.
  • North Korea test-fires missile, challenging new South Korean leader

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    Japan also lodged protest to North Korea over the missile launch through the Japanese Embassy in Beijing. He says Japan and the US also started discussing the sanctions on North Korea, but did not elaborate. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said North Korea's firing of a ballistic missile was a violation of United Nations resolutions and that Japan strongly protested the action.
  • Trump eyes 'fast decision' on Federal Bureau of Investigation director as interviews begin

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    Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe was also interviewed, despite his repeated willingness to break from the White House explanations of Comey's ouster. Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate committee that oversees the Federal Bureau of Investigation, called on the committee on Friday "to hold hearings and get into the bottom of" what has actually prompted Trump to fire Comey.
  • Kristian Kostov Registers Best Performance for Bulgaria in Eurovision

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    She finished in 15th spot once the scores were tallied in full, with a total of 111 points from the juries and public of other countries. Moldova's SunStroke Project finished a surprising third, with a bouncy, jazzy song called Hey Mamma! that featured a clever stage routine in which the female back-up singers hid their microphones in bridal bouquets.
  • ITunes and Apple Music coming to the Windows Store this year

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    Of course, Microsoft's AI voice assistant Cortana is already available on both Windows 10 PCs and Google's (GOOG, GOOGL) Android and iOS devices, as is the company's OneDrive storage app. The software giant is also expected to debut the Windows Mixed Reality motion controller, a device that gamers and others can use as they play in virtual worlds.
  • Global cyber-attack's success largely rests with laziness, neglect, procrastination

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    But they could still linger as low-grade infections that flare up from time to time. The ransomware infects other computers on a network and spreads through malicious attachments to emails, according to the advisory. Global shipper FedEx Corp said some of its Windows computers were also infected. "We are implementing remediation steps as quickly as possible", a statement said.
  • SWAT team seeks evidence in Ohio family's massacre

    SWAT team seeks evidence in Ohio family's massacre

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    The office would not confirm what case the search is related to or comment on the location but it is near the Adams-Pike County line. Friday, the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation searched a 70-acre farm off of Peterson Road in Adams County, and another search took place at a property on Route 41 Friday evening.
  • Europol says cyberattack is of "unprecedented level"

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    It's not uncommon for them to use aliases, either to protect themselves from retaliatory attacks or for privacy. Several cybersecurity firms said they had identified the malicious software behind the attack, which has apparently hit Russian Federation the hardest.