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It goes without saying that it's a fraught agenda for any leader, but especially one with Mr Trump's signature bluntness on the issue of radical Islamic terrorism and penchant for going off script. As allegations of obstruction of justice and giving secrets to Russian Federation consumed Trump's administration, aides sought to focus the president's fleeting attention on the vital foreign policy issues he will confront and the nuts-and-bolts difficulty of taking the White House around the globe.
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    This Malware is expected to be reactivated once the computers are switched on again. The initial attack, known as "WannaCry", paralyzed computers running factories, banks, government agencies and transport systems in scores of countries, including Russia, Ukraine, Brazil, Spain, India and Japan, among others.
  • President Trump says 'perfect accuracy' from surrogates isn't possible

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    That contradicted the claims made earlier by several White House officials, including Vice President Mike Pence and spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders. In July, Trump accused Comey of going too easy on Hillary Clinton when the Federal Bureau of Investigation director announced the agency would not file charges against her for using a home-brew server for her classified communications as secretary of state.
  • Experts warn of fresh cyber-attack Monday

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    Security experts say this attack should wake up every corporate board room and legislative chamber around the globe. The attack, known as "WannaCry" had a major impact across Asia as workers there returned to work on Monday, with Chinese state media saying nearly 30,000 institutions there had been infected.
  • Microsoft Issues WanaCrypt Patch for Windows 8, XP

    Microsoft Issues WanaCrypt Patch for Windows 8, XP

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    Britain's National Health Service was hit hard, while Russia's Interior Ministry and companies including Spain's Telefonica, FedEx Corp.in the U.S. and French carmaker Renault all reported disruptions. "Right now, just about every IT department has been working all weekend rolling this out", said Dan Wire, spokesman at Fireeye Security. "No matter how this was disclosed or when it was disclosed, some percentage of businesses would not have applied".
  • Whirring, Purring Fidget Spinners Provide Entertainment, Not ADHD Help

    Whirring, Purring Fidget Spinners Provide Entertainment, Not ADHD Help

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    Her work revealed that students with ADHD performed better on a computerized attention test the more intensely they fidgeted. Thus " fidget toys " were born. Charley McKenna, a seventh-grader at Coelho Middle School in Attleboro, said she's relieved that her school made a decision to ban the spinners in class unless it is used for a specific goal, like managing ADHD.
  • S. Korea's Moon to send delegation to China amid frayed ties

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    This, in turn, could alarm a more conservative Washington. "The cooperation between our two countries is good, but I think the potential is much higher". Others suggest that Moon's election should not be misinterpreted to mean that Seoul will be willing to make unilateral concessions regarding Pyongyang and its nuclear and missile programs.
  • Iraq PM: No US combat troops to stay in Iraq after IS

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    The plan was simple. A U.S. official and an official from the Iraqi government said talks about keeping USA troops in Iraq were ongoing. Trump was critical of the 2011 USA troop withdrawal during his campaign , largely blaming Obama for the rise of Islamic State.
  • Trump, Putin to meet in July, Russians announce

    Trump, Putin to meet in July, Russians announce

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    The encounter was rendered especially significant because Trump's sacking of FBI Director James Comey on Wednesday has focused attention on the bureau's ongoing investigation into alleged ties between Russian Federation and some of Trump's associates.
  • United Kingdom election: Sturgeon plays down Tory threat in Scotland

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    But a recent surge in support for the Scottish Conservatives could make that success hard to repeat. Following the local elections which saw the SNP come out as the largest party across Scotland's local authorities, the SNP leader warned Prime Minister Theresa May that her flirtation with Ukip voters in England to pursue a hard negotiating stance with the European Union will result in the "sacrifice of thousands of Scottish jobs".
  • Senate confirms Trump's top NAFTA negotiator

    Senate confirms Trump's top NAFTA negotiator

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    U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer was confirmed by the upper chamber by a vote of 84-14. The president told an interviewer with The Economist that he intends to proceed quickly thereafter: Trump plans to file a 90-day notice with Congress, work with it on negotiating priorities, and start talks with Canada and Mexico later this year.
  • TNA leaders call on PM Modi in Sri Lanka

    TNA leaders call on PM Modi in Sri Lanka

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    Modi said Sinhala and Tamil communities in Sri Lanka should strengthen unity and harmony as he assured India's full support to the steps taken by Colombo to improve the living conditions of minority Tamils in the country. He also announced a series of sops for the Sri Lankans like setting up of vocational training centres, ten engineering training centres and labs to impart suitable skills, computer and science labs in plantation schools.