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More disruptions feared from worldwide ransomware cyber attack

But computers and networks that didn't update their systems remained at risk. However, it is possible to ward off these attacks by "immunizing" both organizational and private computers, a statement from the authority stressed. "But even if 100,000 computers are affected by this attack, it's worth remembering that this is just a tiny fraction - less than 0.0001 percent - of the billion or more computers running Windows in the world today".


From notion to action, the Belt and Road serves interests of all

From notion to action, the Belt and Road serves interests of all

The Chinese-bankrolled project seeks to link the country with Africa, Asia and Europe through an enormous network of ports, railways, roads and industrial parks. He said that the global growth requires drivers, development needs to be more inclusive and balanced, and the gap between the rich and the poor needs to be narrowed.


Korea's New Missile Has Unprecedented Range

Korea's New Missile Has Unprecedented Range

According to the Yonhap News Agency, Pyongyang said it had launched the Hwasong-12 missile, which had reached an altitude of 2,111 kilometers (1,311 miles) and flown 787 kilometers (489 miles). Mission for Uruguay, which holds the council presidency this month. Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that North Korea's latest missile test was "dangerous", but he warned that Pyongyang was being intimidated and called for a peaceful solution to regional tensions.



Emmanuel Macron names Edouard Philippe as French prime minister

Philippe is also relatively unknown to voters, fulfilling Macron's campaign promise to repopulate French politics with new faces. "In government, you will see that a lot of the inner circle will drop out", Christophe Castaner, Macron's campaign spokesman, told journalists on the sidelines of the inaugural ceremony.


Morning Joe Hosts Claim Kellyanne Conway Hates Donald Trump

Morning Joe Hosts Claim Kellyanne Conway Hates Donald Trump

Scarborough said suggested she was only in it for the money. "My summer in Europe.' And basically, 'I'm gonna get through this'". "I'm just doing it for the money". Both Scarborough and Brzezinski became what many observers said was surprisingly friendly with Trump, forcing the network at one point to put out a statement insisting its hosts were still objective professionals.



Now what? Election puts BC into political parts unknown

Clark said she is prepared to meet with both Horgan and Weaver, but she sounded most conciliatory toward the Greens, noting that they doubled their popular vote and added two seats. But Clark had a different interpretation, saying she reads the results as a plea to the major parties to work together more effectively. But premier Clark is the big loser.