Saturday, 29 April 2017  
Ebola ruled out after 11 die in Liberia

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United Nations officials say at least 11 people have died from a mysterious illness in Liberia, and tests have been negative for the Ebola virus.

Source: www.news.com.au
Brazilian protesters march on president’s house amid nationwide general strike

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Brazilian protesters torched buses, clashed with police in several cities and marched on President Michel Temer's Sao Paulo residence on Friday amid the nation's first general strike in more than two decades.

Source: globalnews.ca
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�N.Korea missile test fails, tensions rise
�Philippine troops kill militant kidnapper
�Missile test futile: S.Korea candidate
�Mother of 5 loses both legs after helping car crash victim
ďż˝Police in Europe issue warning over ‘Blue Whale’ suicide challenge
�Pope Francis denounces barbarity in Cairo
 
 
Microsoft's Timely Response to Shadow Brokers Threat Raises Questions

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Just as the Shadow Brokers hacker group started crowing about a dump of never-seen-before flaws in Windows, Microsoft announced it already had fixed most of the exploits. "Today, Microsoft triaged a large release of exploits made publicly available by Shadow Brokers," said Microsoft Principal Security Group Manager Phillip Misner. "Most of the exploits are already patched."

Source: www.technewsworld.com
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�Cyber-Attacks Continue to Be Financially Motivated, Verizon FindsCyber-Attacks Continue to Be Financially Motivated, Verizon Finds
�There's More Than Meets the Eye in Amazon's Echo Look Style AssistantThere's More Than Meets the Eye in Amazon's Echo Look Style Assistant
 
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