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Global hacking attack infects 57,000 computers

Hackers exploit stolen US spy agency tools to launch massive cyber-attack on nearly 100 countries with Russia hit hard.

'WannaCry'

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'Major disruption' as UK hospitals hit by cyber attack

Hospitals divert ambulances to other clinics and urge people not to contact their doctors after 'ransomware attack'.

The National Health Service (NHS)

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French workers protest by 'booby-trapping' plant

The 279 employees of a car parts manufacturer want to pressure clients to maintain orders and keep the plant afloat.

French workers protes

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Gay rights activists detained in Russia's Moscow

Five people held as they try to deliver petition protesting against alleged abuses of gay men in Chechnya.

Russian police

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ECJ: Non-EU parents have right to residency in the bloc

Non-EU citizens may obtains right to reside and enjoy benefits, if their child is a citizen of the bloc, court rules.

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Blogger sentenced for playing Pokemon Go in church

Ruslan Sokolovsky was arrested for posting video on YouTube of him playing Pokemon Go inside a Russian Orthodox church.

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Germany not 'first in line' to boost Afghanistan troops

Chancellor Angela Merkel's comments come as NATO considers increased presence in Afghanistan to fight the Taliban.

Jens Stoltenberg, Angela Merkel

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PM Isa Mustafa loses no confidence vote in Kosovo

Members of parliament dismiss government in no-confidence motion, triggering a snap election in June.

Isa Mustafa

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250 feared dead in the Mediterranean Sea

Nearly 250 refugees are still missing after two boats sank in the Mediterranean Sea over the weekend.

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Police evict refugees from makeshift Paris camp

About 1,000 refugees and migrants, mostly Afghans and Africans, expelled from the Porte de la Chapelle area.

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