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Rooney close to deciding Man United future

England's biggest club looks to be in the right hands now. And Ferdinand believes that the goalkeeper deserves large amounts of praise for his contribution to Manchester United's first season under Mourinho . Zlatan Ibrahimovic's future is unclear as United's injured top scorer is out of contract this summer, when Michael Carrick - awarded a testimonial - also sees his deal at expire. Read More »

WannaCry ransomware worm infected over 200k computers worldwide


The vast majority - 98.4% - had put the crosshairs on Windows 7 , which remains the world's most popular edition. The NCSC says the best way to protect your system is by using the latest software, which often includes solutions for known weaknesses, and run an up-to-date anti-virus programme. Read More »

Trump's $110 billion Saudi Arabia Weapons Deal Won't Spawn American Jobs


Resolutions of disapproval have been introduced into both Houses of Congress in attempts to block the massive arms deals just concluded by the Trump Administration with Saudi Arabia . Majority Shiite Iran and predominantly Sunni Saudi Arabia and the UAE supporting opposite sites in the conflicts in Syria, Yemen and elsewhere in the Middle East. Read More »

Fabio Capello: 'Manchester United are a boring team'

Rooney, who says he has no end of offers both in England and overseas with China often being mooted as a possible destination, says ultimately the decision could come down to whether he is satisfied with a bit part role at United or having regular first team football . Read More »

Allies not paying for defence, says Donald Trump


The Republican president arrived in Italy fresh off delivering an unprecedented, personal rebuke to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, traveling to its gleaming new Brussels headquarters to lecture its leaders to their faces on the need for them to spend more on defense. Read More »

Climate change? Let me think about it, Trump tells G7


In a vaguely worded statement issued Saturday following their meeting, the Prime Minister's Office said Trudeau and Trump also discussed how important it is for leaders to work together when it comes to confronting challenges facing the world. Read More »

Chilean President inaugurates construction of world's largest telescope

This European Southern Observatory video is of the first stone ceremony for ESO's Extremely Large Telescope that was held at the Paranal Observatory in northern Chile , in presence of the country's President. The European Extremely Large Telescope is truly shaping up to be an impressive beast even as construction is just beginning. The telescope is shown using lasers to create artificial stars high in the atmosphere. Read More »

Proud Wenger hails Arsenal's "spectacular" FA Cup victory

Alexis Sanchez gave Arsenal the lead in contentious fashion after only four minutes, when referee Anthony Taylor overruled his assistant after he had flagged for offside against Aaron Ramsey . "We had an outstanding performance from the first minute onwards", the 67-year-old Wenger said. With the captain's armband strapped around his left bicep, the lanky former Germany global bestrode the Wembley Stadium turf in the 2-1 win over Chelsea on Saturday, showing all the authority of a ... Read More »

Trump talks tough to allies at North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels


Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, often known as the tough man of Europe, seemed to react with a surprised smirk, as Trump clapped Marković on the shoulder and muscled his way to the front of the group. But while Trump lectured some of the United States' strongest allies, he cozied up to the repressive government in Saudi Arabia while pushing for the Arab world to root out extremism at home. Read More »

G7 leaders divided on climate change, closer on trade issues


In addition to getting pushed on the topic at the G7 summit, the president also got an earful at the Vatican, where the pope presented Trump with one of his writings on the environment and the Cardinal secretary of state further raised the issue during a bilateral meeting. Read More »

KCNA: North Korea leader oversees 'new' weapon system test


That was during the Cold War when the Soviet Union was the only major worry. North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un supervised the tests of the new anti-aircraft defense system and ordered its mass production amid the escalation of the crisis on the Korean peninsula, triggered by Pyongyang's repeated nuclear tests, local media reported Sunday. Read More »

Israeli joy at Trump visit lacks substance


Another shopkeeper said he would have closed his doors - even if he had not been told to by police - because he feared that marchers would attack his shop. Of course, for one of those decades, Iran enjoyed the friendship of Obama, who paved the way for the terrorist nation to build its nuclear program. Read More »

Mayor: 'Heroes' died protecting women from anti-Muslim rant


As Crime Online previously reported , Jeremy Christian was arrested on Friday and charged with aggravated murder, attempted murder, and being a felon in possession of a restricted weapon. A third passenger who also tried to intervene with the shouting man was injured, police said . He is now being held without bail ahead of an arraignment hearing scheduled for Monday in Multnomah County Court, authorities said in a statement . Read More »

Summer-like heat returns just in time for Memorial Day weekend


Tuesday looks to be the driest of the days, with only a very small chance of a shower or storm, but I think the majority of the activity will remain to our south in Colorado. MEMORIAL DAY: We near the 80-degree mark for Memorial Day with thunderstorm chances starting in the mid-afternoon throughout the early evening. Read More »

Capcom Bringing Monster Hunter to Nintendo Switch


The game is an expansion to Monster Hunter X, known better in the States as Monster Hunter Generations , released originally on Nintendo 3DS . Fully titled Monster Hunter XX for Switch Ver., this new edition is awaited on August 25th in Japan . Read More »

G7 summit ends deadlocked on climate change


The President teased his decision about the hotly debated topic in a tweet early Saturday morning Eastern time during the final leg of his first presidential trip overseas. Gary Gohn, Trump's chief economic advisor, said this week that the president was "leaning to understand the European position", when asked about Trump's current position on the deal. Read More »

Sane Trilogy Gameplay Videos Offer a Look at Crash 3


That's right, yet another video has surfaced showing much more of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy the game. Also, on PlayStation Facebook page Sony shared this playthrough of Tomb Wader from Crash Bandicoot . The tweets consisted of the original three titles - Crash Bandicoot , Crash Bandicoot: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot : Warped- all reworked in a remastered design. Read More »

England win Ageas Bowl thriller

South Africa are most concerned with rising to the challenge at next month's Champions Trophy , but it will be poor preparation if they do not push England hard in the remainder of this series. Miller finished unbeaten on 71 (51 balls, 5 fours and 2 sixes) and Morris on 36 (22 balls, 3 fours and 2 sixes) as the pair shared a partnership of 62 for the sixth wicket in 6.3 overs. Read More »

Champions Trophy 2017: Bangladesh bat in warm up against Pakistan


Pakistan is "playing the style or brand that belongs to the 1990s when the game has moved on, so we need a huge lift in that area", head coach Mickey Arthur said. The two sides, whose meetings in worldwide cricket have been nearly entirely limited to major tournaments due to political tensions, last met in an ODI at the 2015 World Cup in Australia . Read More »

Wait, what? Scientist discovers snakes hunt in packs


When daylight faded, some of the boas would move into the passageway connecting the cave with the bat's chamber. During hunting periods, Dinets observed that the maximum number of boas hunting together was three, and the second snake to arrive would choose the same hunting spot as the first snake, and the third to arrive would choose the same spot as well. Read More »

Players Championship: Ian Poulter seizes second chance as Kim joins exclusive club

I don't think it's - I think they might need to adjust that at some stage. Scott, who won the Players in 2004, now sits in a share of fifth place, five shots back of current leader Si Woo Kim . Choi in 2011. "K.J. has become a really good model", Kim said. "I actually had the better lie of the two". Kim said the win previous year allowed him to remain calm on the golf course . Read More »

Awkward moment when Trump pushes a prime minister at NATO conference


A British official said that Manchester police have decided not to share further information on the investigation due to leaks blamed on US officials. And while the president's persistence on this issue irks some European allies, NATO's Secretary General agreed members must spend more with terrorism being a worldwide threat. Read More »

Memorial Day weekend forecast


Memorial Day will not be a wash out and should be partly cloudy most of the time. If you can change your plans from Monday to Saturday or Sunday , you may want to do so. It's obviously far too early to pinpoint the rain chances for the first few days in June, but we'll continue fine-tuning and tweaking the extended forecast in the coming days. Read More »

Trump to decide on Paris accord next week


On leaving Sicily, Trump said he would make his decision next week. A summit of the leaders of the world's wealthiest democracies has ended without a unanimous agreement on climate change , as the Trump administration plans to take more time to say whether the going to remain in the Paris climate deal. Read More »

Trump Breaks With Other G7 Nations, Delays Committing to Paris Climate Accord


Trump, who has previously called global warming a hoax, tweeted that he would make a decision next week on whether to back the 2015 Paris Agreement on curbing carbon emissions following lengthy discussions with G7 partners. "We are having to talk about things settled years ago", said a top level member of one G7 delegation, frustrated by the USA position. Earlier this week he called Germany "very bad" on trade because of its surplus with the United States. Read More »

Strasburg K's career-high 15, Nats down Padres 3-0


That was the first and final run the Padres managed off of Scherzer, who retired 14 consecutive batters following the blast and came one out shy of a complete game in the ninth inning. How many times in May do you really want to extend me past 110 pitches?. After Ryan Schimpf's homer had tied it 1-1 in the fourth, Taylor quickly regained the lead for Washington when he homered with Matt Wieters aboard in the bottom of the inning. Read More »

UK lowers security level from 'critical' to 'severe'

May said this meant the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC), the independent body which sets the threat level, had decided it should be lowered from its highest rating "critical", which meant an attack could be imminent, to "severe". Overnight, officers performed a controlled explosion at a property in Cheetham Hill. A bus was also stormed to detain a 44-year-old man in Rusholme. Read More »

Egypt, Haftar jets strike militant camps in Libya

President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi says Egypt will strike at any bases that train militants who wage attacks in Egypt, wherever they may be. A resident in Derna heard four powerful explosions, and told Reuters that the strikes had targeted camps used by fighters belonging to the Majlis al-Shura militant group. Read More »

Ariana Grande planning benefit concert in Manchester

Law enforcement in the United Kingdom continued to expand its investigation Wednesday, citing a wider terror network and arresting at least eight people in connection with the attack , according to Greater Manchester Police . He criticized media for publishing such material. "The block on intelligence-sharing has been imposed because of a series of leaks thought to have come from the American intelligence community", according to the BBC . Read More »

Destiny 2 won't have Grimoire Cards, here's why


One of the biggest issue that Destiny players had with the first game was they felt like the game did not have enough action and that the characters were tiresome and boring. This meant relatively few players ever knew some of the game's coolest stories . Now that Destiny 2 has officially been revealed to the world; the questions have no doubt, already started to roll in. Read More »

Decoding Donald Trump's body language at the G7 Summit

Following the meeting with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders, Trump and first lady Melania Trump will depart for Taormina , Italy, to attend a G7 summit. In almost 70 years of existence, Article 5 has only been invoked once - September 11, 2001 - and was the catalyst for NATO's involvement in the war in Afghanistan that followed. Read More »

Trump aides keep mum on Kushner-Russia reports

The statement from attorney Jamie Gorelick comes amid reports that the FBI is scrutinizing Kushner's encounters as part of broader investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. His lawyer said Kushner will cooperate with investigators. But officials said that it's unclear what Kislyak would have had to gain by falsely characterizing his contacts with Kushner to Moscow, particularly at a time when the Kremlin still saw the prospect of dramatically improved ... Read More »