She said: "We were instructed by the CCG to turn all computers off on Friday afternoon". Although there is no evidence that patient data was compromised, British Home Secretary Amber Rudd told the BBC that NHS must learn from the attack and upgrade its IT systems.
A tornado in northwestern Wisconsin destroyed a mobile home park, killing one man. Two people died in Wisconsin and Oklahoma after severe storms ravaged the Central United States Tuesday. Amazingly, Nolan escaped with just a couple of scratches. Since the risk of severe storms is in the general area as the activity we covered on Tuesday, it will put us in good position for the next round of storms Thursday with very little travelling.
We may be hearing publicly from recently fired FBI Director James Comey sooner rather than later. Senate Republicans argue House and Senate intelligence committees' investigations are continuing to proceed with bipartisan support, and that that they should be the primary vehicles for the investigation.
Cavusoglu was speaking in an interview with broadcaster NTV after returning from a visit with President Tayyip Erdogan to Washington where they met President Donald Trump. "I'm still outraged at this Turkish beating", McCain said. Information about his case and the charges have been less than forthcoming from Turkey's government, and advocates in the USA and elsewhere are concerned that he is being held as a pawn on baseless charges in a violation of his religious freedom.
He also repeated Donald Trump's campaign claim that violent crime in urban areas is on the rise. Holder's plan, known as "Smart on Crime ", was an effort to ease federal prison overcrowding and preserve Justice Department resources for more serious, violent criminals.
Mr Comey was abruptly fired last week, in a move that shocked Washington. He says the Justice Department's naming of Robert Mueller late Wednesday as special counsel is consistent with that goal. Comey, who was sacked by Trump last week, detailed his conversation with the president in the memo immediately after the meeting, said the report. But Trump pulled him into an embrace and Comey didn't reciprocate.
Seoul and Washington have argued that the missile system is aimed at North Korean aggression, while China sees it as a threat to its own security. The envoy said at the outset of the meeting, which was open to the media, that the two countries "have in common a practical interest to deal with the North Korean nuclear issue".
Washington and Ankara are bitterly at odds over USA support for the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) in Syria , a group that Turkey considers a front for banned Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) separatists. And Erdogan, speaking in Istanbul two days after meeting Trump, said he was putting Washington on notice that his forces won't hesitate to attack USA -backed Kurds if they threaten Turkey .
Trump's request is the clearest evidence that the president has tried to directly influence the Justice Department and F.B.I. investigation into links between Mr. "Probably the last person the person (Trump) needs to vouch for him right now is Vladimir Putin ..." "I think in the light of day in a public setting, he should be able to tell us about the materials, if they're there, and I question whether or not they're actually there", Chaffetz said, adding that Comey has yet to respond to a ...
The official line from Israel's government, echoed by the defense minister, transportation minister, and energy minister, is that relations between Israel and the United States are stronger than ever, and they will only get stronger with Trump in the White House.
The court told Pakistan to take all possible measures to ensure that Jadhav is not executed before the global court gives its final verdict. President Judge Ronny Abraham, while delivering ICJ's interim verdict on the Jadhav death penalty case , rejected Pakistan's contention that the World Court has no jurisdiction on the matter.
A brief statement ahead of a press conference by the prosecutor later on Friday said: "Director of Public Prosecution, Marianne Ny, has today made a decision to discontinue the investigation regarding suspected rape (lesser degree) by Julian Assange ".
Mishra, on the third day of his 'indefinite fast, penned another letter to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, alleging that the attacker, Ankit Bhardwaj, was attached with the mohalla clinics project under Health Minister Satyendar Jain. "When his hand moved forward during the discussion with Mishra, it was construed as an assault", a senior police officer said. It said AAP workers are riled by the fact that Mishra levelled serious allegations against Kejriwal and Satyendra Jain.
She can either enter into a formal coalition with one of these parties (presumably the Greens), or else can try to work together informally going forward. "John Horgan has already signalled the basis of the deal". "What they wanted really out of this election is that they wanted to make sure that we did things differently".
Before leaving for Beijing, Lee told reporters that summit talks between Moon and Chinese President Xi Jinping could take place on the sidelines of a Group of 20 meeting to be held in Germany in July and then again in time for August 24 when both countries mark the 25th anniversary of building diplomatic ties.
In a news release, USTR said, "Through these negotiations , the United States seeks to support higher-paying jobs in the United States and to grow the US economy by improving USA opportunities to trade with Canada and Mexico". " We believe the framework of a trilateral agreement is the most suitable and the most convenient for the peoples of Mexico, Canada and the United States ".
In an apparent reference to the 2009 demonstrations, Khamenei, a hardliner who has the ultimate say in the Islamic Republic, has previously warned he would confront anyone trying to interfere in the election. But widespread economic improvement has yet to materialise, and hardliners accuse him of selling out Iran's interests too cheaply to the West. He also denounced the heated rhetoric of the campaign as "unworthy", in a thinly-veiled rebuke of Rouhani, who is seeking a second four-year term.
Instead of contesting the matter, Pakistan should have withdrawn the declaration immediately after India took Jadhav's case to the ICJ, he said. Pakistan will have to explain why it took this particular course of denying India consular access and trying him in a military court with draconian powers.
Sen. Added Polis: "Good first step, but we still need an independent, nonpartisan commission". "Next question", Mr. Trump said. "I believe that's why we're having this investigation - to find out if, in fact, there was collusion". Washington lawmakers from both parties have expressed confidence in Mueller. Mueller is authorized to investigate any links and/or coordination between the Russian government and individuals associated with the campaign of President Donald Trump with or ...
A Delhi-based trader had on Thursday claimed that he had donated Rs 2 crore to the AAP, rubbishing Kapil Mishra's allegation that the amount was paid by a shell company. Ten days before AAP took office in 2013, Mukesh Kumar's company was slapped a notice by the Delhi government for not paying Value-Added Tax. "Even the letter heads were fake", he said.
Five of the 12-car train came off of the tracks. Transportation officials are investigating the cause of the accident. Customers traveling to New haven will need to the inbound platform. The MTA said it's optimistic it will be a "relatively normal" commute for Metro-North riders on Friday morning. Track repairs have started, she said.
Not only is former President George W. Bush attending Texas Rangers games, he's also photobombing sports reporters during their live shots! The reporter, Fox's Emily Jones , approached Bush off camera and asked him, "Did you just photobomb me?" Jones, ever the professional, didn't let W's chicanery distract her.
The Syrian government built a crematorium at its Sednaya military prison outside Damacus and has been using it to clandestinely dispose of the scores of prisoners it executes each day, the State Department said Monday. The 4 p.m. vote is set to arrive two days after the State Department accused the Syrian government of using a crematorium to dispose of human remains from mass executions at a military prison north of Damascus unofficially named the "slaughterhouse".
They claim, though, that their motives are not political. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., weighed in on Rosenstein's decision to name Mueller in what for GOP lawmakers is a sensitive matter involving a Republican president. But experts, pointing to the firm's statements that Mueller had not worked with any of the Trump-related clients, said there were no potential conflicts.
Wang said China hopes Moon's administration will get their relationship back on a good track following South Korea's decision previous year to deploy the THAAD on its soil. With a new president in South Korea , debates will continue about how Seoul can convince China to use its leverage on Pyongyang to get it to freeze its nuclear weapons program.
In this occasional series, we will bring you up to speed on the biggest national security stories of the week . President Donald Trump flatly denied that he asked former FBI Director James Comey to end his investigation into Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
Speaking on BBC Radio's Good Morning Scotland programme, the Scottish Liberal Democrat leader said: "What we are saying with the Brexit vote is that it should be the first referendum on the deal". The manifesto says the Lib Dems will "use our strength in parliament to press for keeping Britain as close as possible to Europe". The party spokesperson also made a strong statement when he said: "It is vital that Hackney elects Liberal Democrat MPs and Lib Dem councillors next year so we ...
Stay with KOCO 5 for updates . Asked as he left the White House whether he would say "yes" if Trump offered him the job, Keating said , "I'm a public servant". He campaigned for Trump's opponent, Hillary Clinton, in 2016 after endorsing Republican presidential nominee John McCain in 2008. He worked as a special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation after finishing law school.
The U.S. imposed new measures aimed at punishing Iran for developing ballistic missiles while continuing to suspend sanctions linked to its nuclear program, in a reflection of the Trump administration's hard balancing act toward the Islamic Republic.
Today morning shelling was reported from across the LoC in Manjakote and Keri sector, however, no loss of life has been reported there so far. According to the Inter Services Public Relations, Pakistani troops were aggressively engaging the Indians firing on civilians.
Flynn served briefly as Trump's national security adviser before he was sacked for lying about his contacts with the Russian ambassador. A Democratic lawmaker has called for impeachment of US President Donald Trump for his alleged involvement in obstruction of justice, after news reports revealed that he had asked the FBI to stop investigations against former national security advisor Michael Flynn.
In a news conference, Richard Ferrand, the party's secretary-general said: "The first act of the recasting of our political life ended yesterday with the accession of Emmanuel Macron to the presidency of the Republic". A sea of jubilant supporters waving French flags celebrated outside the Louvre Museum in Paris as the extent of Macron's victory sank in. The former investment banker has little experience in governance, serving as economy minister for two years as his most senior role.
Throughout a joint press conference with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, Trump repeated multiple times his claim that there was no collusion between himself and Russian Federation during the campaign. Trump says, "we want to bring this country of ours together". " The entire thing has been a witch hunt ", the President said. "Everybody, even my enemies, have said there was no collusion", Trump added, even though some Democrats have voiced concerns about possible collusion and ...
It was the latest IS stronghold to fall to the Kurdish-led fighters as they advance toward Raqqa - the seat of the militants' so-called caliphate along the Euphrates River. US Defense Secretary James Mattis has assured Turkey that Washington is committed to protecting its North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally, while Ankara is infuriated by a US plan to arm Kurdish fighters.
Donald Trump has attacked the decision to appoint a special counsel to investigate possible Russian influence on his election as "the single greatest witch hunt" in U.S. He has become a central figure in the investigations going on in Congress. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein appointed Mr Mueller after a succession of events brought to a head questions over Russia's alleged meddling in the election.
U.S. Sen. Angus King of ME raised impeachment of President Donald Trump as a possibility for the first time on Tuesday after a report said the president had told the FBI director he fired last week to drop an investigation into alleged Russian election tampering.
Sen. Lindsey Graham , R-S.C., a critic of Trump's inside the GOP, said the Rosenstein briefing led him to believe the nature of the Russian Federation investigation had changed , from one examining how far Russian Federation had meddled in the election to whether any USA citizens were part of the effort.
It followed the revelation Tuesday that fired FBI Director James Comey had written in a memo that Trump, in a February meeting in the Oval Office, had asked him to end an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Criticism of the president intensified after it emerged on Monday that he discussed sensitive national security information about Islamic State with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Russia's ambassador in Washington at a White House meeting last ...
National security advisor HR McMaster told reporters in Washington he had been as the meeting with the Russian officials and had witnessed anything amiss. On Tuesday, the White House denied reports that Trump had asked FBI Director James Comey to shut down an FBI investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
One striking piece of news emerged from Rosenstein's briefing: He told senators that he had already known Comey was getting fired even as he wrote the memo that Trump cited as a significant justification for the Federal Bureau of Investigation director's dismissal.
The video - viewed by Wednesday more than 300,000 times on Facebook and Twitter and nearly 2.7 million times on the Chinese video-posting site Maiopai - represents the latest example of China's use of non-diplomatic channels to broadcast its displeasure with South Korea.
Trump discussed the information during a meeting last week with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russia's ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak, who some have characterized as a spymaster. We need the facts. Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain said Tuesday the recent developments are reaching a Watergate levels. Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader of the Senate, said simply, "It would be helpful to have less drama emanating from the White House".
The Conservative party's tough stance on immigration reaffirms a previous pledge to cut net migration to the tens of thousands. It sets no date by which Britain will reach the goal. By contrast with the 2015 manifesto pledge to "work to eliminate" child poverty, Mrs May's agenda promised only to "reduce levels of child poverty".
The United States called the missile launch a message to South Korea, days after Moon took office pledging to engage Pyongyang in dialogue and keep up worldwide pressure to impede the North's arms pursuit. "We believe South Korea will bring clear measures to improve relations". "I'm a person who has some sort of obsession (to fulfill) what I have said", Moon was quoted by Chung as saying during the meeting at the presidential office.
All of those targeted will have US assets frozen and be denied travel to the United States, while American citizens will be barred from doing business with them, officials said. "It's outrageous and unacceptable for the United States to impose sanctions on a sovereign and independent nation in violation of Venezuelan and worldwide laws", she said on Twitter.
On April 28, the Senate Intelligence Committee requested that Flynn submit any records related to his communications with Russian officials. Ousted national security adviser Michael Flynn may not cooperate with the U.S. Following the election, Flynn had reportedly discussed with Kislyak the potential of establishing a back channel communication between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin that would circumvent the US national security community, Reuters reports .
The bill states the public's "understanding" and "sympathy" for the aging emperor's "deep concern" about becoming unable to fulfil his duties eventually as a reason to set up the special-case abdication law. The first emperor never to have been considered divine, Akihito as a child experienced Japan's rise to militarism and its defeat in World War II, which was waged in his father's name.
But Dershowitz also noted the President is able to declassify information, and because of that , Trump would be "safe from criminal investigation" and "probably safe from impeachment". "Reluctantly, Wolf, I have to say yes, simply because obstruction of justice is such a serious offense", King said. "He has committed an impeachable act and must be charged".
Then , on Tuesday, news accounts said Trump personally appealed to former FBI Director James Comey to abandon the bureau's investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. "When someone at the White House is telling someone at DOJ or the FBI to soft-pedal or abandon an investigation, that's when people start talking about obstruction", law professor Stephen Vladeck of University of Texas told Politico .
Revenue raised from the scheme - fees from which could be as high as $5,000 - would be redirected into the broader package of housing affordability, and would be in addition to current FIRB charges for approval of foreign purchases of Australian property which are now set at $5,000 and $10,000 for properties worth less than $1 million and $1 million or greater respectively.