World

White House denies report Trump shared intel with Russia

White House denies report Trump shared intel with Russia

H.R. McMaster told reporters in a brief statement that The Washington Post report published Monday "is false" and "at no time" were intelligence sources or methods discussed during Trump's meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.



Cyber attack: Some ATMs remained shut on precautionary ground

Not surprisingly, government officials say it is not entirely their fault. Last week's ransomware attack that brought down MRI scanners in the United Kingdom, railroad ticket machines in Germany, interior ministry computers in Russian Federation and parts of the FedEx network in the U.S.is bound to cause a backlash against spy agencies' cyberwarfare capabilities.



Trump defends sharing information with Russians

Trump's alleged disclosure to the Russian government followed his firing of FBI Director James Comey on May 9. "I have people brief me on great intel every day", he said, an official with knowledge of their exchange told the Post . That, in turn, nearly incredibly, would suggest Mr Trump may have undermined America's credibility as an intelligence partner. Appearing in front of the White House to read a prepared statement , McMaster then adopted the new position on false reporting.



Trump revealed classified information to Lavrov

Even before Trump's meeting with the Russians, Washington's intelligence partners overseas have noted a barrage of reports around Trump, the Russians and spies. The man sitting in the Oval Office, with access to unfettered information not only from the United States, but also our "five eyes" partners - the intelligence alliance we are part of with Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom - apparently can not be trusted to keep it to himself.


Security Council condemns NKorea missile test

Security Council condemns NKorea missile test

South Korea's military said it could not yet verify the North's claims, but Pyongyang seems to have yet to master missile technology for "atmospheric reentry", a key element in developing an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). Such an altitude meant it was launched at a high trajectory, which would limit the lateral distance travelled. "This latest missile launch demonstrates that we have once again underestimated North Korea's nuclear and missile capabilities", Cha wrote .


China plays down India's fear on CPEC and Kashmir

China plays down India's fear on CPEC and Kashmir

On the concluding day of the two-day One Belt and Road (OBOR) summit being held here, China said Monday that India will have a very?small role? to play should it ever decide to join the initiative in the future. Fifth, India should quickly complete connectivity projects with neighbours in the Indian sub-continent, South-East Asia and the Gulf. Customs clearance time for agricultural produce exported from Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries to China has been cut by 90 percent, Xi ...