Author: 0 Cyberattack is 'wake-up call' for governments

Indonesia's Communications and Information Technology Ministry (Kemenkominfo) yesterday issued an official guide on how to prevent WannaCry from attacking your computers. And WannaCry has already caused massive disruption around the globe. Among the other victims is a Nissan manufacturing plant in Sunderland, northeast England, hundreds of hospitals and clinics in the British National Health Service , German rail operator Deutsche Bahn and global shipper FedEx Corp.

Medical 10-Year-Old Overdoes on Cannabis-Infused Gummy Candy
Author: 0 10-Year-Old Overdoes on Cannabis-Infused Gummy Candy

Each piece of the candy is infused with 250 mg or more of THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive component found in marijuana which causes it's mind-altering side effects. Mark Emma. He was released on his own recognizance and his son was discharged from the hospital after being treated. The child's father had permitted the boy to sit in the family's auto alone and the package of "candy" was in the vehicle.

Author: 0 Ransomware attack should be wake-up call for governements

Over the weekend, the ransomware has hit systems in more than 150 countries, including Russian Federation and the United Kingdom, in one of the most widespread cyber attacks in history. Kaspersky said it was seeking to develop a decryption tool "as soon as possible". "The babies weren't in neonatal for long; they were back beside me that day in time for our evening visitors".

Medical Ohio gas prices rise but remain below national average
Author: 0 Ohio gas prices rise but remain below national average

The most expensive gas price averages in Georgia were in Savannah at $2.22 per gallon, Atlanta at $2.20 and Albany at $2.20. According to GasBuddy historical data, gasoline prices on May 15 in OH have ranged widely over the last five years: $2.25 per gallon in 2016, $2.63 per gallon in 2015, $3.70 per gallon in 2014, $3.70 per gallon in 2013, and $3.66 per gallon in 2012.

Medical Burnley defender Kevin Long receives first Republic of Ireland call-up
Author: 0 Burnley defender Kevin Long receives first Republic of Ireland call-up

He really impressed me, don't discount him. There's one new inclusion, with Burnley defender Kevin Long called up to the senior squad for the first time just a few weeks after making his first Premier League start. The Republic will jet out to NY on Monday, May 29 ahead of the global friendly against Mexico on Thursday, June 1 in MetLife Stadium. Midfielders: Aiden McGeady (Everton), Glenn Whelan (Stoke City), James McCarthy (Everton), Jeff Hendrick, Robbie Brady (Burnley), Harry ...

Author: 0 US accuses Syria of burning bodies to hide executions

Stuart Jones, the acting assistant secretary for Near Eastern Affairs, said US officials believe the crematorium would be used to dispose of bodies at a prison, where they believe Assad's government authorized the mass hangings of thousands of inmates during Syria's 6-year-old civil war.

Medical Fentanyl Crisis: Ohio Cop Accidentally Overdoses During Drug Call
Author: 0 Fentanyl Crisis: Ohio Cop Accidentally Overdoses During Drug Call

Captain Wright said Sunday Green was in good shape. The issue started when Officer Green watched two men perform what was suspected to be a drug transaction. Officers have received some in-service training and are expected to receive more, said Youngstown police Capt. Kevin Mercer, who heads up training for the department.

Author: 0 'WannaCry' ransomware attack: What we know

National Security Agency that leaked online in April. Neema Singh Guliani, legislative counsel at the ACLU, said the ransomware attack raises questions about agencies stockpiling vulnerabilities instead of responsibly disclosing them. Marin Ivezic, cybersecurity partner at PwC, said that some clients had been "working around the clock since the story broke" to restore systems and install software updates, or patches, or restore systems from backups.

Author: 0 Lakh Hit By 'Unprecedented' Cyberhack in 150 Nations Including India

Hospitals, major companies and government offices were among those that were badly affected. On Sunday, Chinese media reported that students at several universities were hit by the virus, which blocked access to their thesis papers and their dissertation presentations.

Medical Florida Gov. to search yet again for new chief of staff
Author: 0 Florida Gov. to search yet again for new chief of staff

Of the tourists who visited Florida between January and March, a record 27.1 million were domestic visitors, up 3.2 percent from 2016, according to Visit Florida data. "This historic number would not have been possible without the significant funding we have invested in Visit Florida over the past few years", Scott said.

Medical King scores again, Bournemouth beats Burnley
Author: 0 King scores again, Bournemouth beats Burnley

Only once in a 20-team Premier League season has a team been relegated with 40 points or more , when West Ham were demoted with 42 in 2003. Bournemouth have scored four Premier League own goals in 2017. He will be desperate to continue moving forward to maintain his quite incredible legacy at the club. Having flirted with relegation in their maiden season in the top-flight past year, the Cherries have proven the sceptics wrong again.

Medical Armed rebels in C. African Republic city agree to leave
Author: 0 Armed rebels in C. African Republic city agree to leave

Onanga-Anyanga said that numerous militia soldiers were child soldiers who appeared to be under the influence of drugs. "The situation is extremely deplorable and we are doing everything to rapidly retake control of Bangassou ", MINUSCA chief Parfait Onanga-Anyanga told the media in an interview.

Author: 0 Seven hospitals affected by cyber attack still in need of support

The Finland-based cyber security company F-Secure said 130 000 systems in more than 100 countries had been affected. As per news reports, 102 computer systems of Andhra Pradesh police were hacked. "It's this constant battle", Ryan O'Leary, vice-president of WhiteHat Security's threat research centre, said. Businesses around the world scrambled on Saturday to prepare for a renewed cyber attack, convinced that a lull in a computer offensive that has stopped auto factories, hospitals, schools ...

Author: 0 Ebola outbreak declared in northeast DR Congo, says WHO

An unrelated outbreak in West Africa killed over 11,300 people between 2014 and 2016. The Ebola virus disease was first identified in the DRC in 1976, and since then, a total of nine outbreaks have occurred in the country. The DRC was spared the worst of the Ebola outbreak - with just 49 deaths. According to World Health Organization, 9 suspected cases of Ebola have been reported in the Likati district since April 22, 2017, and 3 deaths are said to be attributed to the virus.

Author: 0 Honor Mom on her day

She's been gone for 12 years now. I also grew up with a Mr. Mom: Dad, thank you for always being there for me while I was growing into a woman . Honestly, losing a mom isn't something a person can prepare for - there isn't a book or directions about how to live without her.

Medical Human sense of smell is as good as other mammals
Author: 0 Human sense of smell is as good as other mammals

Ever since Plato pronounced it inferior to the "noble" senses of sight and hearing, there's been a lingering suspicion that there's something primitive and animal about it. Dogs have some advantages. The problem with this continuing myth, McGann says, is that smell is much more important than we think. But we've also bred them partly for olfactory prowess , especially at a distance.

Medical That's how racing should be, declares triumphant Hamilton
Author: 0 That's how racing should be, declares triumphant Hamilton

Hamilton had started from pole but Ferrari driver Vettel got the jump on the Mercedes driver to take the lead into the first corner. Mercedes, however, opted to run longer in the opening stint before switching to the mediums. Bottas was then reduced to playing a supporting role for Hamilton's bid to win on an alternative strategy. It is rare for Hamilton to endure such an off-colour weekend, and rarer still for him to encounter two on the bounce.

Medical Ebola: WHO Declares Outbreak In DR Congo
Author: 0 Ebola: WHO Declares Outbreak In DR Congo

John Nkengasong, the Director of the Africa CDC. The Congolese health ministry had notified the WHO of a "lab-confirmed case" of Ebola , it added on Twitter. Prior to the new Ebola case, the Canadian government already had an advisory warning against all non-essential travel to the Democratic Republic of Congo "because of the current political and security situation".

Author: 0 Yemen declares state of emergency over cholera outbreak

It declared a "state of health emergency in the capital", the agency said. Citing figures compiled by the Yemeni health ministry, Stillhart said 115 people had died of cholera between April 27 and Saturday. More than 10,000 people have been killed, mostly by almost-daily air strikes, since the fighting began. Piles of garbage had mounted in the capital's streets, with residents and passersby wearing masks to avoid the stench of rotting refuse.

Medical Trump lawyers detail his 'immaterial' earnings from Russian sources
Author: 0 Trump lawyers detail his 'immaterial' earnings from Russian sources

The letter dated March 8 was sent to the president by Sheri Dillon and William Nelson , partners at Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP. However, it did reflect some exceptions, including income from the 2013 Miss Universe pageant that was held in Moscow and a property sold to a Russian billionaire in 2008 for 95 million United States dollars.

Medical Taiwan pushes for inclusion in global health summit
Author: 0 Taiwan pushes for inclusion in global health summit

China views democratic Taiwan as a renegade province to be retaken with the use of force if necessary, and says other countries and worldwide organisations should not recognise it or treat as a separate country. It says health should not be politicised and that leaving Taiwan out of dialogue puts the world's health safety-net at risk. Taiwan has been an observer at the WHA since 2009 when its former President Ma Ying-jeou pursued a more conciliatory policy toward Beijing.

Author: 0 What is 'WannaCry' and how does the ransomware work?

Europol said its cybercrime specialists will support affected countries as a "complex worldwide investigation" to identify the culprits begins. The attacks used ransomware that apparently exploited a security flaw in Microsoft operating systems, locking users' files unless they pay the attackers a designated sum in the virtual currency Bitcoin.

Author: 0 Where the global cyberattack has hit hardest

But it appears to be "low-level" stuff, given the amounts of ransom demanded, Eisen said Saturday. The group claimed it was stolen from a repository of National Security Agency hacking tools. Now that this "WannaCry" malware is out there, the world's computer systems are vulnerable to a degree they haven't been before, unless people everywhere move quickly to install Microsoft's security patches .

Medical With new president, new faces for French parliament
Author: 0 With new president, new faces for French parliament

The presidential election left France's traditional parties on the sidelines, with the conservative Republicans and ruling Socialists eliminated in the first round, and Macron facing far-right leader Marine Le Pen in last week's run off. But he won just 6.4 percent of the first-round presidential vote on April 23, after being overshadowed by Communist-backed leftwinger Jean-Luc Melenchon.

Medical Oil stable on expectations of extended OPEC-led production cut
Author: 0 Oil stable on expectations of extended OPEC-led production cut

Brent crude futures, the worldwide benchmark for oil prices, were at $50.86 per barrel at 0125 GMT (9:25 p.m. ET on Sunday), little changed from their last close at $50.84. The United States did not participate in the original agreement to cut supplies and producers there have ramped up output this year, buoyed by the recovery in prices from multi-year lows hit in January 2016.

Medical Badgers headed back to NCAA tournament
Author: 0 Badgers headed back to NCAA tournament

Thursdays game times will be announced on Monday. All 13 SEC teams - Vanderbilt doesn't have a softball team - made the tournament, with Georgia, Mississippi State, Arkansas and SC qualifying as non-host at-large teams. 1 overall seed Florida, Oklahoma State, Florida International and Florida A&M. The regional's first two games will be live streamed on The Wolverines are 41-11-1, while Fresno State is 34-21.

Medical Feyenoord win first Dutch title for 18 years
Author: 0 Feyenoord win first Dutch title for 18 years

Someone build the man a statue outside of De Kuip. Feyenoord , coached by former Arsenal and Barcelona player Giovanni van Bronckhorst, had a chance to secure the championship last week, but were surprisingly beaten 3-0 by neighbours Excelsior Rotterdam in a nervy performance.

Author: 0 Cyber attack hits 200000 in at least 150 countries - Europol

The technology has been "increasingly rampant since 2014", the study says, though the concept goes back to 1989, "when PC-locking malcode was snail-mailed to victims on floppy disks". "Just patch their systems as soon as possible", MalwareTech said. "So long as the domain isn't revoked, this particular strain will no longer cause harm, but patch your systems ASAP as they will try again".

Medical Police investigate killing of Ohio police chief, 2 others
Author: 0 Police investigate killing of Ohio police chief, 2 others

Disario headed the Kirkersville Police Department for only about three weeks, Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp said. From there, investigators said after having shot the police chief, Thomas Harltess going into the nursing home and fatally shot the two workers before in turn dying.

Author: 0 Local polls boost May five weeks before United Kingdom general election

Meanwhile, Labour forfeited more than 180 council seats, lost control of Glasgow and suffered reverses in Welsh strongholds. The Liberal Democrat results have been mixed, with some gains and some losses. Former UKIP leadership contender Steven Woolfe said the partys influence was "at an end", while its former MP Douglas Carswell, who recently resigned from the party, said UKIP "was over".

Author: 0 Eurovision streaker in Australian flag identified as Ukrainian prankster Vitalii Sediuk

Whilst the world voted for Portugal to win the overall title, last year's champion Jamala took to the stage with a world exclusive of her new song, I Believe In U. "During the performance of our Jamala , according to his own words, he made a decision to realise his hobby as he 'unofficially works as a provocative journalist",' Mr Avakov wrote.

Author: 0 At Least One Person Dies Of Ebola In Democratic Republic Of Congo

The Health minister directed all Nigerian health workers to maintain a high index of suspicion, by screening all fevers for Ebola and other hemorrhagic fevers . The Democratic Republic of Congo has decades of experience containing Ebola outbreaks . The deployment of rVSV-SEBOV may be warranted in the DRC, because the vaccine is based on the Zaire strain of Ebola that is driving the current outbreak, says Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute for Allergy and Infectious ...

Medical Ebola Returns to the Democratic Republic of Congo
Author: 0 Ebola Returns to the Democratic Republic of Congo

All three deaths came in the Likati health district of Bas-Uele province, which borders the Central African Republic. This calls for efforts to prevent the further spread of the virus. The Nigerian Government has urged its citizens to remain calm after anew oubreak of the Ebola virus was reported last week. Rowland pointed out that DRC has extensive experience with Ebola, this being the country's eighth outbreak since the virus was discovered near the Ebola River in 1976.

Author: 0 Congo announces 9 suspected Ebola cases, including 2 deaths

It was not immediately clear how the first victim, a deceased male, caught the virus, although past outbreaks have been linked to contact with infected bush meat such as apes. Allarangar Yokouidé, a World Health Organization representative. This comes after the World Health Organisation declared the outbreak of Ebola in Congo.

Author: 0 Nations grapple with huge cyberattack, but more's coming

British based cyber researcher Chris Doman of AlienVault said the ransomware "looks to be targeting a wide range of countries", with preliminary evidence of infections from 14 countries so far, also including Russia, Indonesia and Ukraine.

Medical Mom hits son who didn't give her Mother's Day card
Author: 0 Mom hits son who didn't give her Mother's Day card

A Spartanburg woman is accused of hitting a little boy after he made a Mother's Day card for his grandmother, instead of her. He was transported to the hospital for an evaluation and was later released. Murphy admitted to smacking the child, according to a police report, but 'does not believe it was in a hard or violent manner'. The boy told the officer his head hurt and he was sad.

Medical N Korea accuses CIA of plot to assassinate Kim Jong
Author: 0 N Korea accuses CIA of plot to assassinate Kim Jong

The country's news service-the Korean Central News Agency ( KCNA )-said Pyongyang will "ferret out and mercilessly destroy to the last one [sic] of the U.S. The alleged plot, Pyongyang claims , involved targeting the dictator at a public parade using "biochemical substances including radioactive substance and nano poisonous substance".

Medical Moms in need get to celebrate Mother's Day
Author: 0 Moms in need get to celebrate Mother's Day

On Mother's Day, we get the opportunity to revert back to our mothers and show our gratitude towards her. She'll love it. She'll also be happy to know that her gift comes from a company that works to preserve the bounty of Mother Earth.

Author: 0 Ebola Outbreak Declared in Africa After Three Deaths

The zone is some 800 miles from the capital, Kinshasa. "Since April 22, nine suspected cases, including three deaths, have been reported; six cases are now hospitalized". "We always take this very seriously", the WHO's Congo spokesman, Eugene Kabambi, said. The new cluster of Ebola cases will again test one of the world's least equipped health systems.