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Hawthorne-Based SpaceX Successfully Launches Spy Satellite

According to CNN , it's some kind of surveillance satellite that will be orbited in an unknown place-and that was the reason the cameras didn't follow it. California time. The terms of the contract were not disclosed. SpaceX is the brain child of Founder of Tesla, Elon Musk who announced himself on Twitter that both the launch and landing were good.



NHS England cyber attack: Hackers demand ransom in exchange for access

The hospital's A&E department is experiencing delays, although it has not received a direct ransomware attack. "Ambulances are being diverted to neighboring hospitals", it said. But those attacks - blamed on Russian Federation, which has repeatedly denied them - followed a entirely different modus operandi involving penetrating the accounts of individuals and political organisations and then releasing hacked material online.


UK PM May says will publish election manifesto next week

UK PM May says will publish election manifesto next week

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell will address the Fire Brigades Union conference in Blackpool, while Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale will head to the Outer Hebrides in search of votes. However the local UKIP candidate in 2015, Peter Whittle, received 15 per cent of the vote and it is believed that many UKIP voters will vote conservative in this year's general election.


Nasa releases action cam footage from spacewalk

Nasa releases action cam footage from spacewalk

Is it wonderful right? If you're not one of the fortunate few chosen to be an astronaut, then you'll have to settle for turning down the lights, donning your replica spacesuit and watching a new NASA video full of spacewalk action-camera footage.



Nepal joins Chinas OBOR initiative

In one series of state-sponsored videos touting the forum, Erik Nilsson, an American journalist at China Daily, explained the importance of "One Belt, One Road" to his daughter as a series of bedtime stories . With a total investment of over $18.5 billion, Chinese enterprises have established 56 overseas economic and trade cooperation zones in 20 Belt and Road countries, creating tax revenue of over $1.1 billion and 180,000 jobs.