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Renegotiating NAFTA won't bring back many jobs, say some economists


The trade agreement remains " critical " for feed crop and grain farmers in the U.S. and offers access to countries that are among the top market for feed crops including corn, sorghum and barley, and that are increasing destinations for distiller's dried grains with solubles (DDGS), said Councell. Read More »

Bennett harming chances for embassy move


Will he or won't he? Tensions surrounding the United States recognition, or lack thereof, of the Western Wall as Israeli territory became an issue because President Trump, who will be visiting Israel next week, wants to visit the Western Wall privately, without Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Read More »

Highlights From Cavs 130-86 Game 2 Rout Of Celtics


The Celtics suffered their worst home play-off loss in franchise history, and were only three points shy of matching their worst postseason defeat. The Celtics, after all, did lose the first two games at home to Chicago in the first round and recovered to win the series in six games. Read More »

Trump's wife keeps her head bare during Saudi Arabia visit

King Salman gave a more favourable welcome to Trump than he had granted past year to Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama, who was seen in the Arab kingdom as soft on Iran and hesitant on Syria. His two-day visit will involve high-level talks on regional and global issues, with security among the main topics for discussion. The trip is a key test of the president's diplomatic skills and a chance to add substance to a foreign policy he has described broadly as "America First". Read More »

South China Sea code of conduct draft approved

Singapore has military relations with China and India, though Beijing has occasionally been irked with the city state's ties with Taiwan, which it considers a breakaway region. Under the DOC, the parties concerned reaffirm that the adoption of a COC in the South China Sea would further promote peace and stability in the region. Read More »

Don't kill me for playing kids: Jose Mourinho


It was a nightmare scenario for Ajax as their edge over the others was youth development, utilisation and eventual sale. Ajax's 18-year-old winger Justin Kluivert was not born until 1999 but the winning goal against AC Milan that night was scored by his father, Patrick, then just 18 and soon to emerge as one of the finest strikers in Europe. Read More »

Isaiah Thomas Is Out For The Season

The Cavs eventually pushed the Game 2 lead to as much as 50 points. The trio combined for 74 points in three quarters and Cleveland's bench held the lead in the fourth quarter, not allowing Boston to put any dent into the sizable gap. Read More »

Liverpool Have To Beat Middlesbrough, Says Klopp


It is his lack of playing time that has seen the player himself seemingly grow frustrated and thereby open to a move away from the King Power Stadium. Of course, if there was anything riding on the match with Palace - promotion, relegation, Champions League slot, etc - then moving it would have been wrong. Read More »

IPL: Smith lauds youngsters for Pune's IPL success


Patil Stadium in Mumbai, where he slammed a few big shots and was drafted into a squad that had a new captain in Smith. Mumbai dealt KKR another body blow by sending back their captain Gautam Gambhir after the batsman had scored 12 off 15 balls. Read More »

Nucléaire, Notre-Dame-des-Landes: Hulot sur la ligne Macron


Un coup de massue pour EDF, qui en observe immédiatement les conséquences en bourse. Le 17 avril 2017, le titre EDF a perdu jusqu'à 6,7% pour s'échanger à 8,83 euros, les marchés s'inquiétant de la mise en place d'une législation défavorable à la production d'énergie nucléaire. Read More »

New Wonder Woman Clip Shows Diana in Action


These are the first reactions about DC's new adventure, the Patty Jenkins-helmed Wonder Woman film . Pine and Gadot are charming beyond measure. Since Diana's 1941 inception, Wonder Woman has remained an essential being to the comic realm and a role model for fans. Read More »

Top prosecutor accuses president of corruption

If confirmed, the accusations could prove devastating for Mr Temer's crisis-hit administration, though he has vowed to prove his innocence. "I will not resign". Temer , then vice president, took power a year ago after President Dilma Rousseff was impeached and later removed from office for illegally managing the federal budget. Read More »

Cyber security experts warn public to update software following ransomware attack

Previous year an acute-care hospital in Hollywood paid $17000 (R226526) in bitcoin to an extortionist who hijacked its computer systems and forced doctors and staff to revert to pen and paper for record-keeping. In the letter they warned that "computer hardware and software that can no longer be supported should be replaced as a matter of urgency" and insisted that "more can be done to protect against potential risks". Read More »

Brazilian Ex-President Rousseff Calls for Direct Election As Graft Scandal Grows

The tapes show Temer offering bribe to Cunha to keep his mouth shut about the dirt he knows about his former colleagues. On Thursday, Temer vowed that he "will not step down" and that he "did not buy the silence of anyone". But while that may be enough for Temer to avoid a conviction, the episode has left him so damaged that he may be unable to regain the backing of the allies in congress he needs to pass his austerity measures. Read More »

Mumbai Indians enters IPL 2017 Finals thrashing Kolkata Knight Riders

Yusuf Pathan, promoted up the order to score at a brisk pace, lasted just one delivery before he was run out. The victor of of the match will face the loser of Qualifier 1 between Mumbai Indians and Rising Pune Supergiant on May 19 in Qualifier 2, which will decide the second participant of the final on May 21. Read More »

UK: 'Worst over' in cyber-attack

The attack has hit at least 150 countries since Friday and infected 200,000 machines, according to the European law enforcement agency Europol. The NHS says it employs more than 1.5 million people, making it one of the world's biggest employers along with the U.S. Read More »

Cyber should be wake-up call for govts

Online security breaches on a small scale are a recurring hazard of modern life. "The interesting thing about WannaCry is that it's our weapons being used against us". Renault stopped production at several sites on Saturday to prevent the spread of a global cyber-attack that hit its computer systems. Many organizations remained vulnerable, however, for a few reasons. Read More »

Brazil's Temer: 'I won't resign' amid corruption allegations


Temer - of the centre-right Brazilian Democratic Movement Party - took power in late August, after leftist Rousseff was removed from office for breaking budget laws. Temer's office denied the allegations, according to Reuters, but senior politicians immediately called for him to resign. The scandal started with Globo's report late Wednesday that Temer had been secretly recorded while talking to Joesley Batista, an executive from the meatpacking giant JBS, on March 7. Read More »

What Is Ransomware? How Can Internet Users Protect Themselves From It?

If there are none, don't lose hope: There may be new security tools to unlock your files in the future. Amidst contradictory statement from cyber security experts and the Centre that has left many confused about the impact of global cyber attack WannaCry ransomware in India, multiple reports surfaced claiming a fresh round of infections in the country. Read More »

S Carolina's unemployment rate drops slightly to 4.3 percent


Private sector payroll jobs increased 3,600 and government decreased 1,800. South Australia also the largest increase in the unemployment rate ( up 0.3%). Manufacturing (-8,100) and logging (-100) were the only sectors to report job losses. Preliminary estimates from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics show an increase of 3,900 jobs last month. Read More »

More immigrants arrested, fewer deported under Trump


The police chief's comments highlighted a sharp division between federal officials and some local law enforcement officials over the degree to which local agencies should be involved in immigration enforcement. "A nation without borders is not a nation", Trump said at the time. "I don't think it's fair", Alves-Flores said in an interview. He and his team have faced scrutiny from all sides. Read More »

WannaCry Ransomware Attack: What to Do Now

GP practices in the North East of England, which were impacted by Friday's cyber-attack on the NHS, are now able to use their IT systems again. When the computer virus struck on Friday 47 trusts were affected and seven had to close their doors in A&E to ambulances. Read More »

NHS cyber attack: A&Es 'fully open' again

In Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said late Sunday that his country was largely unaffected by the ransomware attack after it began preparing for such events several years ago through its new National Cyberdefence Authority. The NHS said 45 of its organisations were hit, with hospitals having to urge people with non-emergency conditions to stay away after the cyber-attack, which demanded a Dollars 300 ransom in bitcoins for the decryption of files. Read More »

Cyber attack: 200000 victims hit in 150 countries

Contact law enforcement and seek the assistance of data-recovery experts. Who was behind the attack? NZ cyber security officials say they'll be staying vigilant with the working week starting tomorrow. Department of Homeland Security's computer emergency-response team said. "But what we do know is the malware attacked the vulnerability in Microsoft Windows that Microsoft had released a patch to fix several months ago", Burley, a professor of human and organizational learning at ... Read More »

Sheriff David Clarke Will Accept DHS Job in Washington


Sr. positions are announced when made official by the Sec. Milwaukee County Sheriff Clarke says he will be working in the Office of Partnership and Engagement as a liaison to the state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies. A female former inmate also recently filed suit against Clarke and his jail alleging that the negligence of jail officials resulted in her late-pregnancy miscarriage. Read More »

Beware, WannaCry cyber attack may just be the beginning

The ransomware, identified as a malicious program called "WannaCrypt", demanded Bitcoin payments to unlock infected systems. Also, it turned out that Russian Federation and India are the two worst hit countries, because of extensive use of Windows XP. Read More »

Trump administration to cut funds for abortion aid overseas


YEGANEH TORBATI: Right. That's basically the general version of the rule . That was roughly $ 600 million . The previous version of the policy cut about $575 million in aid. "It's up to the recipients to decide whether or not they would - are willing to sign the clauses and implement these clauses", the official said . Read More »

Labour to raise £4.5bn more a year from higher earners


Britain's opposition Labour Party has launched its manifesto in the run-up to the general election , set to take place next month. It does. In total, says the BBC , a Labour government would raise around £48.6bn in new tax revenues, which would be used to fund spending pledges amounting to the same total. Read More »

GOP lawmaker raises option of impeaching Trump over Comey

The Times report may present the clearest evidence yet that the president has tried to influence government investigations into links between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign. Things will work out just fine". The New York Times reported Tuesday that Comey documented each phone call and meeting he had with President Donald Trump in an apparent attempt to create a paper trail of the president's efforts to sway investigators. Read More »

IPL 2017: Rising Pune Supergiant Defeats Mumbai Indians, Reaches Final


But everything changed in the last two. But, since they have managed to perform well in all the matches . His all-round abilities have been one of the main reasons behind the Rising Pune Supergiant's surge up the IPL 2017 points table. All eyes will be on Pune's Rahane, Smith, and Unadkat - as both of them play well in front of team Mumbai . "I think it's very heartening for me to do well against a big team on a good stage, in front of a packed crowd". Read More »

WannaCry ransomware cyber-attack is a 'wake-up call', says Microsoft

WannaCry locks the data on a computer system and leaves the user with two files: instructions on what to do and the Wanna Decryptor program. Here in the U.S. Experts anticipated that an update to the malware could be released, therefore increasing its spread. Malware is a general term that refers to software that's harmful to your computer, said John Villasenor, a professor at the University of California, Los Angeles. Read More »

Big-spending Aussie Budget is supported by hefty taxes


It is thought to be a bid to bury the disastrous 2014 Budget once and for all, the Budget where former Treasurer Joe Hockey infamously declared "the age of entitlement is over". Shadow treasurer Chris Bowen said the opposition would take time to respond to the proposed increase. "Both Medicare and the NDIS are funded out of consolidated revenue". Read More »