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Bad Hombre Crackdown: Sessions Ramps War on Drug Traffickers

But any exceptions will need to be approved by top supervisors, and the reasons must be documented, allowing the Justice Department to track the handling of such cases by its 94 US attorney's offices. "In that case, prosecutors should carefully consider whether an exception may be justified". "This policy fully utilizes the tools Congress has given us", Sessions told thousands of assistant USA attorneys in the memo.


Lewis Hamilton wins Spanish Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton wins Spanish Grand Prix

Hamilton poled in qualifying in Barcelona but a torrid start off the line meant he had to climb back to the front. Hamilton had started from pole but Ferrari driver Vettel got the jump on the Mercedes driver to take the lead into the first corner.


Attack sparks debate on when spy agencies should disclose cyber holes

Attack sparks debate on when spy agencies should disclose cyber holes

I am anxious about how the numbers will continue to grow when people go to work and turn their machines on Monday morning". That quick thinking may have saved governments and companies millions of dollars and slowed the outbreak before US -based computers were more widely infected.


Cyber threat could hit more people today

Cyber threat could hit more people today

A spokesman for Spain's Telefonica SA said the hack affected some employees at its headquarters, but the phone company is attacked frequently and the impact of Friday's incident wasn't major. In England, 48 National Health Service (NHS) trusts reported problems at hospitals, GP surgeries or pharmacies, and 13 NHS organisations in Scotland were also affected.


There's A New Ebola Outbreak In Central Africa

There's A New Ebola Outbreak In Central Africa

The news comes after an outbreak of 17 other suspected cases in the past week. Health officials are trying to trace 125 people thought to be linked to the cases identified in the remote northeastern province of Bas-Uele province in northeastern Congo near the border with Central African Republic, WHO's Congo spokesman Eugene Kabambi said.



Yemen declares state of emergency over cholera outbreak

The ministry, after meeting in Sanaa with U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator Jamie McGoldrick and other global officials, called on humanitarian organisations and aid donors to help it avert an "unprecedented disaster". People with cholera can become very sick and, if left untreated, death can occur within hours. Acute diarrhoea and vomiting are some of the main symptoms of the disease.