• Cadbury chocolate factory shut down by Petya cyberattack
Cadbury chocolate factory shut down by Petya cyberattack

US-based Mondelez International, which owns the factory, has released a statement saying that it is dealing with " the current global IT outage across Mondelez International " and can not provide any timeline on when it will be able to restore the affected systems.

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  • 111 terminally ill end lives under new California law
111 terminally ill end lives under new California law

The statistics also revealed that 102 out of the 111 who died were white, with Asians making up six of the total and blacks and Hispanics at three each, according to the Bee. Oregon, which has one-tenth the population of California, was the first state to adopt such a law in 1997. He said, "Basically it mirrors the experience in OR".

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  • Trump accepts Macron's invitation to visit Paris in July
Trump accepts Macron's invitation to visit Paris in July

U.S. president Donald Trump has accepted French president Emmanuel Macron's invitation to visit France for the Bastille Day parade. The July 14 festivities see thousands of men and women from France's army, navy and air force march down the Champs Elysees avenue in the French capital in the oldest and largest military parade in Western Europe.

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  • More UK buildings fail fire tests as politicians trade blame
More UK buildings fail fire tests as politicians trade blame

The blaze, which started in a fridge-freezer, destroyed 151 homes in the north Kensington block and in the surrounding area of the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. On Monday, Communities Minister Sajid Javid told MPs that there had been a "catastrophic failure". Theresa May's spokesman said it would examine what had gone wrong "when clad...

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  • New Technology For Flu Vaccination On The Horizon
New Technology For Flu Vaccination On The Horizon

Scientists at Georgia Tech have developed a skin patch that uses tiny, dissolvable needles to deliver the vaccine . Everyone in the self-administration group successfully administered the patch, and results for all the patch groups showed that the needles had dissolved into the skin.

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  • Supreme Court will hear sports betting case
Supreme Court will hear sports betting case

If New Jersey can dip its toes in the world of state-sponsors sports betting , so will every other state in the country as well. The latest measure repealed New Jersey's existing prohibition on sports gambling, though only at tracks and casinos.

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  • Three Multinationals With Bases In Ireland Hit By Petya Ransomeware Attack
Three Multinationals With Bases In Ireland Hit By Petya Ransomeware Attack

Another major global Cyber attack on Tuesday. The source of the attack is not yet clear. We have all heard of the growing problem of ransomware and how Windows XP systems seem especially susceptible to WannaCry and it's variants which were originally zero day vulnerabilities stored up by the NSA then leaked by WikiLeaks.

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  • Real Madrid not negotiating with Man United over Alvaro Morata - Perez
Real Madrid not negotiating with Man United over Alvaro Morata - Perez

The Colombia global made just 13 LaLiga starts for Madrid in 2016-17, leading to speculation over his future. Madrid chief Perez says that as far as he knew there had been no formal talks with United about a fee and some of the media reports he had seen were false.

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  • Government's 'shabby' deal with DUP branded a threat to Good Friday Agreement
Government's 'shabby' deal with DUP branded a threat to Good Friday Agreement

Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May, poses for a photograph with Democratic Unionist Party (DUP ) Leader Arlene Foster, in front of 10 Downing Street, in central London , Britain June 26, 2017. Under the confidence-and-supply agreement, about £1bn in "new money" has been earmarked for Northern Ireland, as well as greater flexibility over £500m ...

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  • Utah wildfire grows as 2 powerful California blazes spread
Utah wildfire grows as 2 powerful California blazes spread

Almost 1,000 firefighters battled a Utah wildfire that grew. As of Tuesday morning, the blaze had scorched almost 50,000 acres, the bulk of that in the Dixie National Forest, with crews managing to carve containment lines around just 10 percent of the fire's perimeter, officials said.

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  • Cyprus peace talks: 'best, but not only'chance of agreement
Cyprus peace talks: 'best, but not only'chance of agreement

Eide said that the Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot positions still diverge on the issue of security and guarantees. But the worry among mediators and observers is that the two sides are no closer now to handing over their bargaining chips than they were in Geneva.

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  • Supreme Court will hear NJ appeal to allow sports betting
Supreme Court will hear NJ appeal to allow sports betting

Chris Christie , the governor of New Jersey , bolstered sports gambling and signed a legislation in an endeavor to legalize sports betting at its casino and horse racing industries . The NCAA was thought to be moving toward allowing events in Nevada but was stymied by the New Jersey battle. "We are pleased the Supreme Court appears to...

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  • Obeying the law when it comes to Fireworks
Obeying the law when it comes to Fireworks

Community members may also be scoping out seating for the area firework display, taking place at 10:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Falls High School track field, sponsored by Falls Fire/Rescue/EMS. Yet, the thrill of fireworks can also bring pain. "Trying to do it yourself seems simple", Lopez said. Explosives, like M100s, can be equivalent to a quarter ...

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  • Nevada to launch latest legal vice for tourists: Pot
Nevada to launch latest legal vice for tourists: Pot

The emergency regulation before the Tax Commission on Monday, June 26, according to Taxation Director Deonne Contine, has nothing to do with those sales. California law prohibits recreational sales until at least January 1, 2018, and industry experts anticipate Californians will be among those travelling to neighboring Nevada to take advantage of...

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  • Supreme Court Sides with Trinity Lutheran in Major Church-State Case
Supreme Court Sides with Trinity Lutheran in Major Church-State Case

Although Justice Anthony Kennedy, usually the swing vote in close cases, didn't play a major role in today's decision , he was being closely watched as the focus of retirement rumors . Citing the state constitution, Missouri's Department of Natural Resources stated it could not assist any religious school. The Missouri Constitution forbad...

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  • US student suffered 'extensive' brain damage in North Korea
US student suffered 'extensive' brain damage in North Korea

Doctors described Warmbier's current status as a state of "unresponsive wakefulness". "We relied on this false premise that they would treat Otto fairly and let him go", Warmbier said. detainees, a senior State Department official said on condition of anonymity this week. Doctors said they examined Warmbier's body and saw no evidence of fract...

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  • Corker blocks arms sales to GCC countries
Corker blocks arms sales to GCC countries

Republican Senator Bob Corker said on Monday that he will not agree to any arms sales to countries in the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) until its current dispute with Qatar is solved. "Qatar has begun its careful review and consideration of a series of requests presented by Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and U.A.E.", T...

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  • Iranians brush off US travel ban
Iranians brush off US travel ban

It allows foreign nationals to come here, as long as they have a " bona fide relationship " with a person or entity in the United States . "Given that preserving national security is "'an urgent objective of the highest order, '" the Court stated that, "To prevent the Government from pursuing that objective by enforcing [the ban] against forei...

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  • Judge hears arguments over funding for the Legislature
Judge hears arguments over funding for the Legislature

He said that violated the "separation of powers" clause of the Minnesota Constitution. That was part of the governor's justification for taking the unprecedented action of nixing the Legislature's operating budget through line-item vetoes.

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  • Body found in 'out of order' Walmart bathroom in Oklahoma, police say
Body found in 'out of order' Walmart bathroom in Oklahoma, police say

Sand Springs police said the death does not appear to be suspicious but the official cause of death is unknown. Her body was found on Monday afternoon when a maintenance worker was called in to open the door, The Associated Press reported .

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