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Wenger blasts 'holidaying' West Ham after Liverpool win

Wenger has yet to confirm he will still be in charge next season despite reports in France over the weekend that he has agreed a one-year deal. "Yesterday, it didn't look too good, but with him you never know", Wenger said. "Our chances depend on winning our games". "If we finish outside the top four it will be one point". We had a hard period and we recovered from it.



Riot police block Venezuela's 'Grandparents' March'

White-haired demonstrators with raspy voices berated officers for not letting them through. At least 39 people have been killed in more than a month of protests demanding new elections and in anger over triple-digit inflation, vast food and medical supply shortages and soaring crime.



Former AG Barr: Trump Right to Make 'Fresh Start' at Federal Bureau of Investigation

Addressing reporters onboard the presidential plan Air Force One, Mr Trump said the selection process would be fast. Warner said he would "absolutely" want the Senate to subpoena the White House to produce any recordings made by the Trump administration that are relevant to the Comey firing or the Russian Federation matter.



Hunt: No second wave of cyber attacks

The extortion scheme has created chaos in 150 countries and could wreak even greater havoc as more malicious variations appear. Among those hit were Russia's Interior Ministry and companies including Spain's Telefonica and FedEx Corp.in the U.S.



Merkel says open to principle of reciprocity in trade policy

Macron, who trounced far-right leader Marine Le Pen in an election fought on globalisation, urged a " historic reconstruction " of Europe to battle the populism sweeping the continent and widespread disillusionment with the EU. A former economy minister under France's previous president, Socialist Francois Hollande , Macron is the youngest post-war French leader and the first to be born after 1958, when President Charles de Gaulle set up the Fifth Republic.



WannaCry ransomware attack: How safe is your ATM?

In fact, Microsoft actually released an emergency patch for Windows XP last week to explicitly stop this ransomware from spreading after the issue became widespread; the company was under no legal obligation to do this but simply did it to help out those users who are running expired software.