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Wide cyber attack curbed for now

Wide cyber attack curbed for now

Wainwright said he was concerned that the numbers of those affected would continue to rise when people returned to work on Monday morning. The threat is "escalating" as cyber experts warned that another attack was imminent in coming days.



'De-escalation zones' deal goes into effect in Syria

Russian Federation proposed the "de-escalation zones", agreed to by Turkish leaders, which acted as a guarantor for a rebel coalition of forces opposed to President Bashar al-Assad's regime. A senior military source in Damascus said the army had noted breaches but was waiting for the zones to be fully delineated. A rebel commander confirmed that fighting had broken out after midnight, Reuters reports .


Vladimir Putin says can prove Trump did not pass Russia secrets

Vladimir Putin says can prove Trump did not pass Russia secrets

Israel's defense minister reiterated his country's "deep, significant" ties with the US on Wednesday, a day after it emerged that President Donald Trump had shared highly sensitive Israeli intelligence with Russian Federation. Trump has hit back at the accusations, claiming it is his right as president to share information on security as he sees fit. The visit had already generated its share of scandal after Moscow released pictures of the closed-door Oval Office meeting showing Trump and ...



Biggest cyber attack yet: 150 countries hit with NHS in chaos

Russia's interior ministry said some of its computers had been hit, while the country's banking system was also attacked, although no problems were detected, as was the railway system. Microsoft is criticizing government agencies for hoarding software flaws and keeping them secret, calling this weekend's massive ransomware attack a "wake-up call".


Trump's defence chief on intelligence uproar: 'I'm not worried'

Trump's defence chief on intelligence uproar: 'I'm not worried'

Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Pat Toomey said more information from the White House about what happened is essential. Trump said Tuesday on Twitter that he had an "absolute right" to share information in the interest of fighting terrorism and called it a "very, very successful meeting" in a brief appearance later Tuesday at the White House alongside Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.



Kimberly Guilfoyle May Be Latest From Fox News to Join White House

Guilfoyle's interview with the Mercury News comes amid reports that President Trump is looking to shake up his communications team, including replacing current press secretary Sean Spicer. She's said she's known Trump and his family for more than a decade - they first met at charity events when she moved to NY around 2004 to start a TV career.