MOSCOW/KIEV - A major ransomware attack hit computers at Russia's biggest oil company, the country's banks, Ukraine's international airport as well as global shipping firm Maersk.
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Sprint rises on wireless partnership talks with Charter, Comcast
Sprint Corp's shares rose 3 percent on Tuesday after reports the fourth-largest U.S. wireless service provider was in talks with Charter Communications Inc and Comcast Corp about a wireless partnership.
Once on the outside, conservative Koch network warms to Trump
At a glitzy weekend gathering of donors to the powerful Koch brothers' network, much of the talk was about the conservative political group's criticism of the healthcare bill moving through the U.S. Senate.
Iran's Zarif: 'regrettable' that U.S. Supreme Court revived U.S. travel ban
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday said it was regrettable that the U.S. Supreme Court revived part of a U.S. travel ban imposed on citizens from six majority Muslim countries, and said it could fuel extremism in the region.
Kiev car bomb kills colonel in Ukrainian military intelligence
A colonel in Ukraine's military intelligence was killed by a car bomb in central Kiev on Tuesday, the defense ministry said, describing the incident as a "terrorist act".
Germany urges all sides in Qatar crisis to talk, avoid escalation
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Tuesday appealed to all sides in the Qatar crisis to hold direct talks to avoid a further escalation, and urged Iran to play a constructive role.
Hostages in Philippine town forced to fight, loot, become sex slaves: army
Civilians held hostage by Islamist militants occupying a southern Philippine city have been forced to loot homes, take up arms against government troops and serve as sex slaves for rebel fighters, the army said on Tuesday.
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