• Chernobyl n-plant hit by global cyber attack
Chernobyl n-plant hit by global cyber attack

According to Mr. Patanmi, the malware is spreading using a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows that was patched in March 2017 - the same bug that was exploited by the WannaCry ransomware . To Nicholas Weaver, security researcher at the International Computer Science Institute, that suggests there may be more to Petya. In Asia, an official from ...

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  • Manchester United chase Morata, Fabinho, Nainggolan and Perisic
Manchester United chase Morata, Fabinho, Nainggolan and Perisic

Italian reports claim that Manchester United are ready to pay Real Madrid €80m for James Rodriguez, a former Inter and Milan target. "I believe we are not negotiating with Manchester United , which does not mean that there are not people around him who are talking, which is normal", he said.

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  • Law enforcement officer shot in Sacramento
Law enforcement officer shot in Sacramento

A Sacramento County Sheriff's helicopter spotted the suspect fleeing the scene toward the nearby Red Roof Inn . Turnbull says the deputy and the shooter got into a fight, which escalated into a shooting. He was then taken into custody. Some guests were still be in the building during the search and were asked to shelter in place until a de...

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  • Gary Neville is surprised about the Wayne Rooney situation at Manchester United
Gary Neville is surprised about the Wayne Rooney situation at Manchester United

In 15 Premier League starts the Englishman scored and assisted 5 times. "Give him a chance, Wayne will score". 'Not being certain to play every game, but playing 25-30 games and contributing - if Wayne can do that then I don't see why he can't still be at the club'.

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  • Talks to form Stormont Executive continue as deadline looms
Talks to form Stormont Executive continue as deadline looms

Lawmakers are seeking additional funding for the police and security services after recent extremist attacks, as well as more and better public housing following a high-rise apartment fire that killed at least 79 people. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, however, said the deal was "clearly not in the national interest". Following a backlash over the d...

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  • Cyprus has best, but not last, chance to resolve conflict
Cyprus has best, but not last, chance to resolve conflict

President Nicos Anastasiades, the Greek Cypriot leader, and his Turkish Cypriot counterpart Mustafa Akinci will be joined by European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and foreign ministers from the so-called guarantor powers of Cyprus - Greece , Turkey and Britain - for the early stages of the talks dealing with security issues....

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  • Terminally ill baby Charlie Gard's parents 'upset' by European court decision
Terminally ill baby Charlie Gard's parents 'upset' by European court decision

Charlie's parents had asked European court judges in Strasbourg, France, to consider their claims after judges in the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court in London ruled in favour of Great Ormond Street doctors. We understand that rare diseases don't get enough funding for research but why should that be a reason for a child to die?! "I...

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  • USA top court to consider reviving New Jersey sports betting law
USA top court to consider reviving New Jersey sports betting law

Raymond Lesniak , a Democrat who has led the state's effort to legalize sports gambling, said a win for the state would give an additional boost to casinos. (NJ-06), who has been a supporter of allowing sports betting in the state in places such as Monmouth Park in Oceanport. New Jersey has lost three times previously at the federal appellate l...

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  • Firework sales underway, firefighters warn of injury and fire risks
Firework sales underway, firefighters warn of injury and fire risks

The Charlottesville Fire Department says the best way to enjoy them is by watching displays put on by trained and certified professionals. Westlake said he thinks fireworks are different from when he was a kid and have more energy to them.

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  • Mitch McConnell delays health care vote in face of GOP defections
Mitch McConnell delays health care vote in face of GOP defections

Other provisions in the Senate proposal would reduce subsidies and cause out-of-pocket costs to rise , the CBO says. Asked if Democrats would be involved in future discussions toward reworking the bill, McConnell said "they're not interested in participating".

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  • SCOTUS: Church not exempt from funding for non-religious items
SCOTUS: Church not exempt from funding for non-religious items

In 2012, the church applied for a grant from the state of Missouri to essentially rubberize its playground surface, using old and discarded tires. The Chief Justice wrote that this was not a case where public funding was being denied because of what the recipient would do with it (impermissibly use taxpayer money for religious purposes).

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  • Otto Warmbier's father thanks Trump administration
Otto Warmbier's father thanks Trump administration

There's no word yet on Warmbier's prognosis and whether he will ever return to the life he once had, but his family seems intent on letting the world know what he was like before his detention - as the laughing, joyful young man he was in the video.

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  • Saudi Arabia says no negotiations over Qatar demands
Saudi Arabia says no negotiations over Qatar demands

The director of Qatar's Government Communication Office, Sheikh Saif bin Ahmed Al Thani, said the demands confirm what Qatar has said from the beginning: "The illegal siege has nothing to do with combating terrorism , (but) it is about limiting Qatar's sovereignty, and outsourcing our foreign policy".

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  • North Korea: Obama Policy to Blame for 'Mystery' Death of Otto Warmbier
North Korea: Obama Policy to Blame for 'Mystery' Death of Otto Warmbier

China, North Korea's main trading partner, has been accused of not fully enforcing existing United Nations sanctions on its neighbor, and has resisted some tougher measures. Rodman, who has faced ridicule and criticism for visiting North Korea in the past, has said he was trying to bring sports to the increasingly isolated country.

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  • NBA Awards: Russell Westbrook Named MVP + The Backstage Photos You Didn't See
NBA Awards: Russell Westbrook Named MVP + The Backstage Photos You Didn't See

Coach of the Year award went to Mike D'Antoni, the head coach of the Houston Rockets . Westbrook won both the "Best Style" and "Game Winner of the Year" Awards . The N.B.A. finals' M.V.P. Award is named for Russell, who was one of the most dominant defensive players in league history. Westbrook normalized the 30-10-10 line during the...

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  • Laura Ingraham: Travel Ban Ruling Not Total Victory for Trump
Laura Ingraham: Travel Ban Ruling Not Total Victory for Trump

Trump has said that the travel order would go into effect 72 hours after a high court ruling . The justices therefore upheld the lower courts' orders blocking enforcement of the ban with regard to the named plaintiffs and others like them - people who "have a credible claim" of a genuine relationship with someone or an institution in the Uni...

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  • Body found in 'out of order' Walmart bathroom in Oklahoma, police say
Body found in 'out of order' Walmart bathroom in Oklahoma, police say

The body of a woman was found in a bathroom in the Sand Springs Walmart Monday, June 26, and her body might have been there for several days according to police. on Monday. The death did not appear to be suspicious. "There was nothing suspicious that indicated her cause of death at the scene", Enzbrenner added.

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  • Turkish police use tear gas to prevent LGBT pride march in Istanbul
Turkish police use tear gas to prevent LGBT pride march in Istanbul

The march seemed more politicized than recent years. "Just all the very bad things that people say effect us". "It's exciting to once again march in the parade with more than 300 of my colleagues from SUNY in solidarity with the LGBTQ + community!" In Chicago, Sarah Hecker, 23, was attending her first pride parade, another event that attracted w...

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  • Michael McCarthy convicted of murder in 2-year-old Bella Bond's death
Michael McCarthy convicted of murder in 2-year-old Bella Bond's death

Bond told police she had seen McCarthy, who lived with her at the time of Bella's death, kill her daughter by punching her over and over again in the stomach. She claimed McCarthy threatened to kill her. Sanders noted that she has previously indicated that she would accept the prosecutor's recommendation for Bond to be released after time served.

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  • Report finds 21% of state's rural highways in poor shape
Report finds 21% of state's rural highways in poor shape

TRIP released the report because it states there's a need for better funding for these rural roads. They say the country's rural transportation system is in need of repairs and modernization to support economic growth. The report said 14% of the rural roads were in poor condition. "Rural roads are far too often overlooked". "By investing in imp...

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  • Trump, Modi reaffirm Indian-US relations with a hug
Trump, Modi reaffirm Indian-US relations with a hug

President Donald, following delegation-level talks said. With an eye on China and the disputes in the South China Sea , Modi and Trump after their meeting in the White House called for freedom of navigation and resolving of territorial and maritime disputes peacefully in accordance with worldwide law.

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  • Justin Trudeau Marches for Pride in Toronto
Justin Trudeau Marches for Pride in Toronto

Clinton said , "diversity" is the "greatest strength" of the USA but acknowledged the fact the government has a long way to go in creating a nation that openly welcomes LGBTQ people . Once again, they chanted the slogan that's become an global call to arms against police violence: "Black lives matter". Indeed, Pride originated 48 years ago in...

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  • Patients With Mental Disorders Get Half Of All Opioid Prescriptions
Patients With Mental Disorders Get Half Of All Opioid Prescriptions

The disproportional prescribing of opioids to patients with mental health illnesses is deeply concerning, said Sites, stressing the need for evidence-based prescribing guidelines. For Sites, the bottom line is that while opioid prescriptions can be appropriate for individual patients with mood disorders, the study raises concerns about overprescrib...

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  • Two Cases of Plague Confirmed in New Mexico
Two Cases of Plague Confirmed in New Mexico

A 63-year-old Santa Fe County man also contracted the disease this month. The three patients, who are of Santa Fe County , were admitted to hospitals but there have been no deaths records till now. Human cases of plague are relatively rare in the US, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reporting that on average there are abou...

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  • London acid attack victim Resham Khan shares photos of ordeal
London acid attack victim Resham Khan shares photos of ordeal

Muhktar was driving the auto at the time and crashed it as the " acid burnt through the eyes, clothes, skin and vehicle", according to a GoFundMe page set up for the victims. Khan said she made a statement to the police and is hoping officers catch the suspect soon. They were eventually taken to a local hospital by a passing motorist.

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  • Adesina named 2017 World Food Prize Laureate
Adesina named 2017 World Food Prize Laureate

Adesina takes home the $250,000 award for his roles over the past two decades with the Rockefeller Foundation, the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA), and as Minister of Agriculture of Nigeria. Commenting on the award, African Development Bank's Chief Regional Programme Officer for Eastern Africa, Laté Dodji Lawson Zankli said: "I am ...

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  • Australian cricket pay dispute 'extremely likely' to continue into July
Australian cricket pay dispute 'extremely likely' to continue into July

Dyer also called on CA CEO James Sutherland to become involved in discussions with the ACA. If an agreement is not reached by Saturday, 230 players will be out of contract, putting a cloud over Australia's tour of Bangladesh in August and potentially the Ashes series beginning in November.

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  • Marvel Plans To Talk More About Phase 4 After Avengers 4 Release
Marvel Plans To Talk More About Phase 4 After Avengers 4 Release

Between contract limits and narrative necessity, Avengers: Infinity War is a flawless time for actors to jump ship. and for Marvel Entertainment to allow them to do so instead of extending their contract. But what happens in comics is a potential material for us, " explained the big boss of the Marvel studios. Kevin Feige basically said t...

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  • States Can't Exclude Churches From Grant Programs
States Can't Exclude Churches From Grant Programs

The Supreme Court ruled that churches have the same right as other charitable groups to seek state money for new playground surfaces and other non-religious needs. Hollman said state "no aid" provisions which add safeguards to the U.S. Constitution to prevent the establishment of religion "reflect the hard-fought battles of Baptists and other r...

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  • 'Pharma Bro' defies advice to keep quiet before fraud trial
'Pharma Bro' defies advice to keep quiet before fraud trial

One potential juror blamed Shkreli for the skyrocketing price of EpiPens, which are made by Mylan, a pharmaceutical company that has no connection with Shkreli. Shkreli's attorney, Benjamin Brafman , joked about the woman's strongly negative reaction. Shkreli was arrested by agents of the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2015.

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  • Global Digital Stethoscopes Market: Industry strategic plan for the period 2017
Global Digital Stethoscopes Market: Industry strategic plan for the period 2017

Global Pet Treats Market Research Report 2017 tracks the major market events including product launches, technological developments, mergers & acquisitions, and the innovative business strategies opted by key market players. Further, the Dodecanol Benzoate industry report analysis the dominant players in Dodecanol Benzoate industry and ch...

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  • Mother's tweets of son's hospital bill go viral
Mother's tweets of son's hospital bill go viral

The young boy was born with a malformed heart, misplaced stomach and liver and two left lungs. Five or so spleens of dubious function. Ethan's medical bills surpassed $1 million long before his third birthday. Obamacare was a stopgap measure until her husband, an engineer, found a job with health benefits . "He will rely on prescription medic...

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  • Side effects of cosmetic use on rise, says study
Side effects of cosmetic use on rise, says study

According to a new study published yesterday in the Journal JAMA Internal Medicine , the problems related to the use of personal care products and cosmetics have almost doubled in the last couple of years. They explain that cosmetics lead to so many adverse reactions, since there aren't any strict regulations regarding their production. Dr. ...

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  • Myanmar and Thailand torch US$1b of seized drugs
Myanmar and Thailand torch US$1b of seized drugs

An estimated $385 million worth of narcotics went up in flames in three cities in Burma, according to a police officer. Last year, $19.73 million worth of drugs were destroyed in Yangon , plus $4.64 million worth in Mandalay and $31.93 million worth in Taunggyi.

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  • Trump optimistic on health care; some doubtful
Trump optimistic on health care; some doubtful

To succeed in gutting health coverage for millions of Americans, Senate Republican leaders need to get a series of lies accepted as truth. In fact, Democrats, including President Barack Obama when he was in office, have said repeatedly that they would like to work with Republicans to improve the Affordable Care Act.

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