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Cyberattack: Up to 74 countries affected by ransomware, say experts

This was the first case in which a hospital admitted that it paid a ransom for its computer files, Chinthapalli said . Unfortunately, paying the hackers does not guarantee that they will release your...

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Macron's Election Victory Is Only Half The Battle

Macron's En Marche party now has no seats in parliament, though an opinion poll last week predicted it would emerge as the largest in the parliamentary elections next month. At first glance, the trium...

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Delhi reels under hottest day of season, worse ahead

Delhi reels under hottest day of season, worse ahead

The temperature in Delhi was five notches above normal while the minimum was recorded at 25.3 degrees Celsius. Union Territory Chandigarh recorded a maximum at 41.7 degrees Celsius, four notches abo...

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India likely to skip China's Belt and Road forum

Speaking highly of China's economic and social development, and progress made in the country's poverty alleviation in particular, Orban said China's market economy status is indisputable. It's unclear...

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White House meeting on Paris climate accord postponed

White House advisers on Monday postponed another meeting about the United States' participation in the Paris climate change agreement. But it was postponed. After months of uncertainty, the U.S. p...

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The US signs a new trade deal with China

The US signs a new trade deal with China

The agreement would also streamline the evaluation of US biotechnology product applications; pave the way for allowing American-owned suppliers of electronic payment services to begin the licensin...

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Chinese railway station worker saves a suicidal woman

Chinese railway station worker saves a suicidal woman

Surveillance footage from the scene released by state broadcaster CCTV shows a woman, believed to be a university student in her twenties, waiting on the platform on 10 May. The railway worker did not...

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Man United stumble into Europa League final

Man United stumble into Europa League final

I also saw them supporting each other. He explained: "Obviously now Ajax think about the final". And I don't have another solution. But would a win over Ajax in the Swedish capital's Friends Ar...

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Vigils held for Christian politician imprisoned in Indonesia

Vigils held for Christian politician imprisoned in Indonesia

On Wednesday morning, an estimated 1,000 people wearing red and white, Indonesia's national colors, gathered outside the city hall to express their support for Purnama. Marginalised politically and so...

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How to REALLY Make Your Mom's Mother's Day the Best Ever

This year, as a public service to children of all ages, I'm here to help you give the flawless gift for Mother's Day. We asked people what they appreciate most about their Nana, Inay, Mama, Mommy ...

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Theresa May confirms major cyber attacks strike worldwide

He says "for so many organizations in the same day to be hit, this is unprecedented". A statement from NHS Digital said: "A number of NHS organisations have reported to NHS Digital that they have ...

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Full flower moon coming tonight

Full flower moon coming tonight

Here is the list. The May moon is most commonly known as the "flower moon", given the prolific blooms at this time of year and end of frosty weather in most areas. - at 7:49 p.m. in NY to be precise...

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SpaceX tests Falcon Heavy rocket

SpaceX tests Falcon Heavy rocket

If that works, Hawking's 100-year-deadline could still be met. We are well aware about SpaceX's plans to launch a rocket that would travel to the Moon and Mars. "Falcon Heavy was designed from the...

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3.6 quake continues swarm in Kitsap County, Wash

Earthquakes registering between magnitudes 2.0 and 3.9 are considered minor. Seismologists believe the quakes are being caused by fluid moving underneath the earth's crust, KIRO reported. It was c...

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Large Cyber Attack Hits England's NHS Hospital System; Ransoms Demanded

Large Cyber Attack Hits England's NHS Hospital System; Ransoms Demanded

Britain's health service was also hit hard Friday as the attack froze computers at hospitals across the country, shutting down wards, closing emergency rooms and bringing medical treatments to a scree...

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Wales NHS unaffected by cyber-attack

Wales NHS unaffected by cyber-attack

The statement identified the culprit as a type of malware known as Wanna Decryptor . And GPs in Bury say they can not access patient information. This is not targeted at the NHS, it's an global...

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What You Need To Know About Eurovision, Humanity's Greatest Achievement

What You Need To Know About Eurovision, Humanity's Greatest Achievement

Member countries from the European Broadcasting Union submitted songs that were performed during the two semi-final events held Tuesday and Thursday, with the winners from those events moving on to co...

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Putin says ready to help resolve N. Korea nuclear issue

Beijing has so far refused to listen to Seoul's rationale, so Moon's delegation should hide nothing when they meet with Chinese officials. The North has staged two atomic tests and dozens of missile...

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SpaceX launches classified payload for US

Billionaire Elon Musk has battled for years to work with the United States military on space launches. Few details have been released about NROL-76, a satellite designed, built and operated by the...

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Microsoft takes its databases worldwide with Cosmos DB

Microsoft takes its databases worldwide with Cosmos DB

Supported APIs for accessing your data include SQL, JavaScript, Gremlin , MongoDB , and Azure Table Storage. Azure Cosmos DB is built to power today's IoT and mobile apps, and tomorrow's AI-hun...

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