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New South Korean President Moon Jae-in will visit US next month

New South Korean President Moon Jae-in will visit US next month

New South Korean President Moon Jae-in will visit the White House next month for a summit with President Donald Trump amid worries over North Korea's progress in building a nuclear and missile arsenal, Seoul's presidential office said Tuesday.



Trump Defends Sharing 'Facts' About 'Terrorism And Airline Flight Safety' With Russia

The White House has an unusual credibility problem: President Donald Trump's aides deliver questionable st. Today's pushback from Mr Trump comes after a Washington Post report , later confirmed by other media outlets, said he jeopardised a critical intelligence source by disclosing information that had been regarded as highly secret, even inside the USA government.



New South Korean president will visit US next month

Both Trump and Moon have indicated they would be willing to meet with North Korea's young leader, Kim Jong-un. Pyongyang says that it needs atomic weapons to defend itself against invasion by its USA "enemy" and claimed Sunday's launch involved a missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.



North Korea threatens South after firing missile

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un made the threat after overseeing Sunday's test of a new intermediate-range ballistic missile, saying the "U.S. should not to disregard or misjudge the reality that its mainland and Pacific operation region are in the DPRK's sighting range for strike", according to Pyongyang's state media.



Comey memo says Trump asked him to stop Flynn-Russia probe

Mr. Comey had been in the Oval Office that day with other senior national security officials for a terrorism threat briefing. "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go", the president said , according to a memo that Comey prepared after the meeting, part of which was read to the New York Times by an associate of the former law enforcement official.


Computer expert: Everyone potentially at risk of ransomware

Computer expert: Everyone potentially at risk of ransomware

He said most of the time hackers use ransomware to go after big corporations, but they can go after people on their personal computer. In the case of WannaCry specifically, the software demands that the victim pays a ransom of $300 in bitcoins at the time of infection.