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Global    News

 

The French electoral commission, which supervises the country's presidential race, on Saturday warned local media not to republish data and Information hacked from centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron's campaign staff.
In a statement, the commission asked media not to report the content of the leaked documents on their websites, stressing that publishing false Informationwould be punished under criminal law.
Late on Friday, Macron's campaign team said it had been the victim of a "massive and coordinated hacking attack," leading to the diffusion of "variousinternal information" on social media.
The leaked documents only showed the normal functioning of a presidential campaign, it added.
However, the files posted online mixed authentic documents with fake ones to sow "doubt and misinformation," according to Macron's En Marche! (On the Move!) party.
The alleged hacking of the leading political party in the presidential race came on the eve of the election's runoff on Sunday.
Pollsters predict Macron to beat farright rival Marine Le Pen with large margin.
In February, Macron's staff said their campaign had been the target of cyber attacks targeting databases and email servers.
 

Domestic  News

 Former chairman of the Chinese Kuomintang (KMT) Lien Chan will soon visit the Chinese mainland, a mainland spokesperson said Wednesday.Lien will attend a remembrance ceremony in northwest China's Shaanxi province, said Ma Xiaoguang, a spokesperson with the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council.

He will also participate in another ceremony in north China's Shanxi province to honor Emperor Yandi, a legendary ancestor of the Chinese nation, and visit Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region and Zhejiang province.Zhang Zhijun, head of Taiwan Work Office of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, will meet with Lien, Ma said.

 

A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman on Thursday reiterated that China's position on denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is consistent and clear.
The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) issued a commentary on Wednesday, urging Chinese newspapers to "refrain from making reckless remarks undermining the DPRK-China relations."
China's stance on developing its good neighborly and friendly relations with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) is also consistent and clear, spokesman Geng Shuang said at a daily press briefing, when asked to comment on the KCNA commentary.
He said China has always viewed and dealt with relevant issues in a fair and objective manner.
China is always devoted to achieving denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, maintaining peace and stability on the Peninsula and promoting dialogue and consultation, Geng said.
"We hope relevant parities will shoulder their due responsibilities and contribute to regional peace and stability, as well as people's well-being," Geng said.

 

 

                                          Edited by Molly (李叶木子)2015 English Class 3

 

 

 
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