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The call to Moon took place just a day after he took office and comes amid increased regional tensions over North Korea as well as the deployment of a U.S. "President Moon accepted the invitation", the statement read . South Korea's new leader says he is willing to visit the North amid heightened tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions.
  • 200000 users, 150 countries hit by ransomware: Europol chief

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    Also on Saturday, Russia's railway company announced that despite being hit heavily by the attack, its transport systems were not disrupted. According to a report published in the Guardian previous year, Britain's Trident nuclear program operates on a variant of Windows XP, which has been at the center of the global ransomware outbreak.
  • Pokemon Sun and Moon Mega Stones Now Available!

    Pokemon Sun and Moon Mega Stones Now Available!

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    For the month of May, players can now help their pokemon to Mega evolve. Next, is enter your password ( AZUL ), then watch as you receive the Mega Stones. This time, the Pokemon Company is being more than generous. Now planned Pokemon distribution events include the Guardians Rising Pokemon TCG tie-in event, where Lycanroc will be available at GameStops starting May 15, and the 2017 International Challenge May which starts May 17.
  • English 'losing importance — European Union boss

    English 'losing importance — European Union boss

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    Sir Michael, asked if it would be easier if Mr Tusk and others did not comment on what is going on, told BBC Radio 4's Today: "Well, it'd certainly be easier if commission officials kept their views to themselves and not further complicate what is already going to be a tough negotiation".
  • Apple: 'Underpenetrated' in India but optimistic about future

    Apple: 'Underpenetrated' in India but optimistic about future

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    Apple does not reveal sales of its Apple Watch, but its chief executive Tim Cook said sales had doubled in the previous year. "Looking forward, we believe investors will be focused on the iPhone 8 this fall, along with the company's raised capital distribution initiative, attractive valuation and potential new innovations".
  • U.S. spy satellite launched into space by Elon Musk's SpaceX

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    The 23-story tall rocket took off from its seaside launch pad at Kennedy Space Center at 7:15 a.m. EDT. It will put into orbit a classified satellite for the US National Reconnaissance Office , an agency within the Defense Department that operates the nation's spy satellites.
  • Alert in India as cyberattack infects systems worldwide

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    The Wanna Decryptor ransomware strikes by encrypting all the files on an infected PC, along with any other systems on the network the PC is attached to. "Unlike most other attacks, this malware is spreading primarily by direct infection from machine to machine on local networks, rather than purely by email", said Lance Cottrell, chief scientist at the United States technology group Ntrepid.
  • Cyber attack hits 200000 in at least 150 countries: Europol

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    Fallon said the government had already identified cyberattacks as one of the three greatest threats to Britain's security, and had pledged nearly 2 and a half billion dollars to protect IT infrastructure". How did it happen and who is behind it? The malware spreads through e-mail. The infections seem to be deployed via a worm - a program that spreads by itself between computers.
  • Snap daily users rise 36.1 percent in first report after IPO

    Snap daily users rise 36.1 percent in first report after IPO

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    Facebook's fierce competition with Snapchat has only heated up in the months since Snap's IPO. Snap (NYSE:SNAP) traded down 21.45% during midday trading on Thursday, reaching $18.05. Some investors argue that stock options don't represent real expenses, but others disagree. He emphasized that users were still highly engaged with Snap .
  • Memphis man who set himself on fire, livestreamed it on Facebook dies

    Memphis man who set himself on fire, livestreamed it on Facebook dies

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    Another man who attempted to kick a lighter out of McLemore's hand also suffered burns, but is expected to recover. A Memphis man died after setting himself on fire on Facebook Live Saturday morning. Koehler said McLemore's ex-girlfriend - against whom he has a history of domestic violence - was working just feet away. 'He crossed the street, and when he saw Alyssa had walked outside, he quickly doused his body with more kerosene and lit himself on fire, streaming on Facebook Live, in ...