Health


Chase retires hurt as Windies crawl towards Pakistan total

Chase completed his fifty in the 80th over of the innings but was forced to retire hurt when he was struck on the elbow by a fiery delivery from Mohammad Amir (0-24) while Vishaul Singh (8) was trapped LBW by Mohammad Abbas (1-43) few overs later.



Cyber strike on United Kingdom hospitals is 'international attack': PM

Several British hospitals were hit by cyber attacks on Friday, the country's health service said, forcing some to divert ambulances to other clinics and urge people not to try to contact their doctors. In Spain, the government said Friday a similar attack had affected a large number of companies. "Seeing a large telco like Telefonica get hit is going to get everybody anxious".


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NHS cyber attack: What is Wanna Decryptor and how does it work?

The ransomware attack led to staff being locked out of their computers and forced many trusts to divert emergency patients. More than 57,000 computers across 74 countries , including Spain, Portugal, Russia, and Taiwan, were rapidly infected by similar ransomware Friday, researchers found .



British hospitals hit by cyber attack

At least 16 organizations connected to the National Health Service (NHS) in England reported being affected. The extent of the attack globally and the author of the malicious software - known as the Wanna Decryptor, or WannaCry - were unclear, but cyber security experts said they were surprised at its apparent reach.



UN chief: drought-stricken Somalia 'hangs in the balance'

President Yoweri Museveni has today arrived in London, United Kingdom for a two day working visit during which he will attend and address the Somalia Conference due to take place at the Lancaster House on Thursday May 11, 2017 . The president claimed he could defeat the group in "a few years" if the national army was equipped with "heavy weapons". Somalia faces its worst drought in decades and some of the most affected areas are controlled by Islamic terrorist group al-Shabaab.