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North Korea accuses U.S., South Korea of plotting to kill leader

North Korea accuses U.S., South Korea of plotting to kill leader

Photos of the military drill, which was observed by North Korean leader Kim John-un, were released by the North Korea's state owned news agency, KCNA , on Sunday. The Trump administration has said that all options, including military, remain on the table in dealing with North Korea , but that it is not pursuing a policy of regime change.



Headley rallies Yanks over Astros 11-6 before Jeter ceremony

The star-studded ceremony included a plaque unveiling with Jeter aka "The Captain"... "Yeah, my number isn't retired, but it's a huge honor for me to be in Monument Park", Martinez added. The youngest of the famous Core Four, Jeter never left any doubt he would be the one to lead them all. It's still early, but this isn't exactly how you want to start a game off honoring one of your team's more celebrated players.



X-ray services at Basingstoke hospital hit in NHS cyber attack

In April 2016, the Federal Bureau of Investigation published a ransomware explainer that mentioned recent attacks on USA hospitals, along with school districts, state and local governments, and law enforcement agencies. A spokesperson for police agency Europol said the situation in Europe "seems stable". Tech companies such as Microsoft, Apple, Google and others have been adamant that governments should not have backdoors into their software because the vulnerabilities could fall into ...



North Korea behind 'WannaCry' global cyber attack : Security firms

More attacks were possible, Choi said, "especially given that, unlike missile or nuclear tests, they can deny their involvement in attacks in cyberspace and get away with it". A New York Times report shows a map, that illustrates the locations of the malware attack across the globe. Cisco Systems (CSCO.O) closed up 2.3 percent on Monday and was the second-biggest gainer in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.



France's new president wastes no time: names PM, sees Merkel

Mr Philippe is the mayor of the Normandy port of Le Havre , a trained lawyer and an author of political thrillers. His appointment is a further blow to the Republicans, who have been trying to regroup after the presidential vote and prevent defections to Macron's camp.



Germany, France agree to draw roadmap on developing EU

Germany, which has Europe's biggest economy, has vehemently opposed taking direct responsibility for weaker eurozone countries' debts. Macron said that treaty change was "no longer a French taboo". He denied being in favor of making all countries that use the Euro liable for other individual countries' existing debt. In this case, he said, "those who made efforts are not rewarded compared to those who made efforts".