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Armed group kills UN peacekeeper in Central African Republic

Armed group kills UN peacekeeper in Central African Republic

Armed groups have agreed to allow for the evacuation of some civilians from a mosque in Central African Republic's southeastern town of Bangassou after two days of fighting, a senior United Nations official said on Monday. "The recent incidents amply demonstrate that the situation in the Central African Republic is still fragile", Guterres said. A United Nations peacekeeping soldier is seen in Central African Republic on April 27. Consulte Mais Informação

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Dangerous Severe Weather Possible Tuesday

Dangerous Severe Weather Possible Tuesday

Weather radar from the Duluth National Weather Service office early Monday morning. This large area of thunderstorms will advance eastward across western Minnesota this morning and likely reach the metro area by early this afternoon. These are the Severe Weather Outlook Areas for the next 3 days. These storms may also be severe. Tuesday night: Showers and thunderstorms likely, mainly after 1 a.m. Consulte Mais Informação

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Parole board holding clemency hearing for death row inmate

Parole board holding clemency hearing for death row inmate

Ledford's lawyers do not expect their client's request to be granted, although they have asked that the judge grant a declaratory judgment that states Georgia's use of lethal injection violates Ledford's eighth amendment rights, an injunction that prevents the state from using pentobarbital during the execution, and prevent Georgia from discontinuing their client's use of pain medication. Consulte Mais Informação

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Ransomware cyber-attack threat escalating - Europol

Ransomware cyber-attack threat escalating - Europol

Colleges: Internet security firm Qihoo360 issued a "red alert" over the weekend, saying a large number of colleges and students in China had been hit by the ransomware attack . Ransomware is software that infects a computer and then demands the user pay to have their information restored. The organisation said it continues to experience IT disruption and urged the public to use other NHS services where possible. Consulte Mais Informação

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At least 25 hurt on overturned bus

At least 25 hurt on overturned bus

A Werner spokesperson said the company was "still compiling" information from the scene, but could not provide additional information about the bus origin, destination or passengers. Police believe a auto trying to pass the bus caused the crash. "We also have a passenger vehicle on the scene that investigators believe was involved in some way". Consulte Mais Informação

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US, European officials to discuss proposed expansion of in-flight laptop ban

They spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the meeting publicly. Olivier Jankovec, director-general of airport trade association ACI Europe, said it was worrying that there appeared to be little coordination between the European Union and the United States."We know that in the current geopolitical context, with the kind of terrorist threat we face, an efficient response is really predicated on worldwide cooperation - around the threat ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Follow CERT-In instructions on WannaCry attack: RBI to banks

Some smaller branches at remote locations may not be working on updated systems and, hence, could be vulnerable. ATMs in India are vulnerable to malware attacks as many of them run on old operating systems. ATMs don't have a mail tool. Besides, the Maharashtra Police department said it was partially hit by the ransomware. While the bank's officials - both private sector as well as public sector - were caught off guard regarding the advisory issued by the RBI, majority declined to ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Cyber attack hits 200000 in at least 150 countries -Europol

The indiscriminate attack, which began Friday, struck banks, hospitals and government agencies in more than 150 countries, exploiting known vulnerabilities in old Microsoft computer operating systems. He said few banks in Europe had been affected, having learned through the "painful experience of being the number one target of cybercrime" the value of having the latest cyber security in place. Consulte Mais Informação

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