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North Korean missile said to pack 5000km punch

North Korea fired a ballistic missile on Sunday that landed in the sea near Russian Federation, which experts said signaled major advances in developing an intercontinental ballistic missile that could target the United States. On Monday, the country's government officially confirmed the test to be successful. But the paper did not comment whether the North had suffered the attack.



Hospitals no longer diverting patients — NHS cyber attack

Wallace denied that underinvestment in the NHS - a key claim of the opposition Labour Party ahead of the June 8 election - may have left health services exposed to such attacks. Dialysis patients are told to attend as usual, while the pregnancy assessment unit will also be open, the trust said. When asked if the government ignored warnings that the NHS could be vulnerable to cyber attacks, Prime Minister Theresa May told Sky News that the United Kingdom healthcare system was given ...


U.S. would talk to N. Korea if missile, nuclear tests stop

U.S. would talk to N. Korea if missile, nuclear tests stop

Haley said the North is "more than just a problem" and "a true threat to every country in the world". "We will make sure everyone knows who you are and we will target those sanctions towards you as well". Haley noted that this weekend's missile came within 60 miles of Russia's border and said Russian Federation is "all wrong". North Korea said the missile it had tested on Sunday was a "newly developed ballistic rocket" capable of carrying a large nuclear warhead.


No substantial impact of WannaCry on Indian IT system: Government

No substantial impact of WannaCry on Indian IT system: Government

A "phishing" email is one that appears to come from someone you know, but contains an attachment that when opened will wreak havoc on your computer. The Reserve Bank of India, however, said a Windows security update could prevent and protect the institutions from any breaches.


Former Patriots tackle Sebastian Vollmer says he plans to retire

Former Patriots tackle Sebastian Vollmer says he plans to retire

He became the team's unquestioned right tackle - and left tackle, when need be - and was part of the starting lineup in 90 contests; among them two Super Bowls. The 2016 season represented a passing of the torch at right tackle for the Patriots, with Marcus Cannon stepping in and seizing the job. It appears he might be trying to get in the media as he is now at the NFL Broadcast Boot Camp at NFL Films.



Cyber-attack link to North Korea

Despite the push for a tougher stance, Haley held out the prospect of direct talks with North Korea, saying "we are willing to talk but not until we see a total stop of the nuclear process and of any test there". "The conversations that I have had.in dealing with Beijing is that if (North Korea) did something else and if it looked to be long-range, which this does, and if it looks like it is proactively leaning toward an ICBM, which it does, then we would take action", Haley said.