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Israel dismisses USA concern over embassy move to Jerusalem

Israel dismisses USA concern over embassy move to Jerusalem

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says President Donald Trump's is concerned about how moving the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem would affect the Mideast peace process. Moving the embassy to Yerushalayim won't harm the peace process. He spoke just days before Trump starts a Middle East trip that includes meetings with Israeli and Palestinian leaders.


Steyn ruled out of England Test series

Steyn ruled out of England Test series

However, considering he is still undergoing rehabilitation, he has opted to withdraw from those matches. Steyn had broken a bone in his shoulder during the Perth Test and was expected to be out for close to six months. He is on an extensive rehabilitation program which runs five days a week and includes activities to strengthen the smaller muscles around the shoulder joint.



Microsoft offers free security fixes following global cyberattack

The company said it had released a security update back in March to protect Windows system computers against such attacks, but said many computers "remained unpatched globally". He said Europol and other agencies did not yet know who was behind the attack but "normally it is criminally minded and that is our first working theory for obvious reasons".


Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes, Waffles and French Toast Recalled

Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes, Waffles and French Toast Recalled

Listeria causes serious and at times fatal infections in children, elderly people and those with weakened immune systems. Somewhat disconcertingly, literally all "Best By" dates are included in the recall, which doesn't really give consumers any sense of when this potential listeria contamination may have started.


A 'second wave' of ransomware could broaden global cyberattack

A 'second wave' of ransomware could broaden global cyberattack

Chief information and digital officer Peter Knight said the Trust was aware of the attack but that its security systems had held up against it. Though the ransomware component of the tool largely worked as intended without the use of exotic methods, Kapersky wrote , the use of the NSA exploit allowed the attack to spread much more quickly than it could have otherwise.