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Tips to prevent a cyber world attack

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The recent cyberataque that hit several Spanish companies, one of which Telefónica, draws attention to the security of the computer.
 

WHO confirms second case of ebola in Republic of Congo

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Authorities are seeking to 1,125 people who have been in contact with those infected, said a spokesman of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eugene Kabambi who.

UN resume Syrian negotiations in Geneva on 16 may

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In a statement the diplomat reported that the work on the agenda agreed with delegations in the penultimate round will be driven with the new cycle of dialogues.

Russian Center assesses as stable areas of security in Syria

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In a statement, it was reported that in the past 24 hours, Russian representatives in the Russian-Turkish Joint Committee detected 18 violations of the ceasefire, while their Turkish colleagues 15.

U.S. lifts veto on imports of Argentine lemons

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“If Macri (Argentina) helps me with North Korea I help him with lemons”, said recently the President of USA, Donald Trump, who after suspend import, in January opened it this Monday. 

North Korea will speed up its nuclear program in response to U.S.

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North Korea considers U.S. is “noisy” in favor of more sanctions and pressure in accordance with its new policy.

UN warns of abuses to defenders of indigenous peoples

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The expert of the UN Victoria Tauli-Corpuz said that it is still unknown to the masterminds of the assassination of indigenous leader Berta Cáceres in Honduras.

Protests against EPN and Trump in the labor day in Mexico

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The demonstrators protested against the corruption of senior officials and energy, labor and education reforms carried out by the Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.

On May 1, 1941 the world knows to Citizen Kane

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The versatile director Orson Welles created some of the most important films in the history of cinema: Citizen Kane, based on the life of the powerful businessman in the U.S. Press, W. R. Hearst. 

Spaniards reject corruption and say that conflict will grow

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Union leaders of Spain insists that the conflict in this country is going to grow, since the cases of corruption are not addressed.