How to get regular free security updates for Windows XP and Vista

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Two months ago, in an effort to fightback against the WannaCry ransomware, Microsoft took the ‘highly unusual’ step of releasing a patch for Windows XP, the ancient operating system it stopped supporting back in 2014 (even though, as it turned out, it was really Windows 7, not XP, that was to blame for the spread of the devastating malware).

Then just two weeks ago, Microsoft included Windows XP and Vista — another operating system it no longer supports — in June’s Patch Tuesday updates. Despite these recent actions, neither XP nor Vista are going to receive regular security updates from Microsoft, meaning users still running either OS remain at serious risk. However, the good news is there are a couple of tricks you can use to continue receiving security updates for both XP and Vista.

In the case of XP, the trick is to make use of updates for Windows Embedded Industry (formerly known as Windows Embedded POSReady). This is based on Windows XP Service Pack 3, and the security updates which are being released for it are essentially the same ones Microsoft would have pushed out for XP, if it was still doing so.

You can’t simply install the updates — that would be too easy — and you’ll receive a version mismatch error if you try. But a simple registry tweak is enough to fix that.

Create a text document, and call it XP.reg. You’ll need to make sure .reg is the proper extension — so not “XP.reg.txt”. If it’s not showing up as a registry file, open any folder, go to Tools > Folder Options, select View and uncheck ‘Show hidden files and folders’. That should fix the problem.

Right-click the file, and select Edit. Paste in the following:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\WPA\PosReady]

“Installed”=dword:00000001

Save it, and then double-click the file. That will make that change to the registry. That’s all you need to do. Windows should now automatically fetch updates designed for Windows Embedded Industry, ensuring XP remains protected until 2019.

This trick only works for 32-bit editions of XP, but there’s a workaround for 64-bit versions here.

As for Vista, the trick to getting updates is similar, except it uses Windows Server 2008’s patches as that OS architecture is very close to Vista’s and Microsoft plans to keep supporting it until 2020.

To use this, you need to make use of the Microsoft Update Catalog.

The steps to follow are:

  • Look for any Windows Server 2008 updates mentioned by Microsoft, and make a note of the relevant Knowledge Base ID, or browse the regularly updated list at BeepingComputer.
  • Open the Microsoft Update Catalog and search for the ID, or click the BeepingComputer update link.
  • Locate the Windows Server 2008 version of the patch.
  • Download and install it.

Naturally there are risks associated with both these methods — you are, after all, installing patches on an operating system they aren’t intended for — so it’s worth making sure you’ve backed up all your important personal files or settings before proceeding.

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NASA’s Opportunity Rover Spots Evidence of Ancient Lake on Mars

NASA's Opportunity Rover Spots Evidence of Ancient Lake on Mars

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The Opportunity rover found rocks at the edge of Endeavour Crater
The rocks were either transported by a flood or eroded in place by wind
The crater is about 22 kilometres across
NASA’s Opportunity Mars rover is examining the edge of a crater on the red planet that may once have been a lake of liquid water.

The Opportunity rover found rocks at the edge of Endeavour Crater that were either transported by a flood or eroded in place by wind.

The features were seen just outside the crater rim’s crest above Perseverance Valley, which is carved into the inner slope of the rim. Researchers plan to drive Opportunity down Perseverance Valley after completing a “walkabout” survey of the area above it.

The Opportunity mission has been investigating sites on and near the western rim of Endeavour Crater since 2011. The crater is about 22 kilometres across.

“The walkabout is designed to look at what’s just above Perseverance Valley,” said Ray Arvidson, from Washington University in St Louis.

“We see a pattern of striations running east-west outside the crest of the rim,” said Arvidson, Deputy Principal Investigator of the Opportunity mission.

A portion of the crest at the top of Perseverance Valley has a broad notch. Just west of that, elongated patches of rocks line the sides of a slightly depressed, east-west swath of ground, which might have been a drainage channel billions of years ago.

“We want to determine whether these are in-place rocks or transported rocks,” Arvidson said.

“One possibility is that this site was the end of a catchment where a lake was perched against the outside of the crater rim,” he said.
“A flood might have brought in the rocks, breached the rim and overflowed into the crater, carving the valley down the inner side of the rim,” he added.

“Another possibility is that the area was fractured by the impact that created Endeavour Crater, then rock dikes filled the fractures, and we’re seeing effects of wind erosion on those filled fractures,” Arvidson said.

In the hypothesis of a perched lake, the notch in the crest just above Perseverance Valley may have been a spillway.

Weighing against that hypothesis is an observation that the ground west of the crest slopes away, not toward the crater.

The science team is considering possible explanations for how the slope might have changed.

A variation of the impact-fracture hypothesis is that water rising from underground could have favoured the fractures as paths to the surface and contributed to weathering of the fracture-filling rocks.

The team is analysing images of Perseverance Valley, taken from the rim, to plot Opportunity’s route.

The valley extends down from the crest into the crater at a slope of about 15 to 17 degrees for a distance of about two football fields.

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NEET 2017 Latest News Update: Delays and stays, here is how CBSE and HRD Ministry is trying to solve the NEET Controversies

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 NEET 2017 controversies continue to increase panic among students. At present, the students who appeared in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test on May 7 are divided into two groups. One group which is hoping that the NEET 2017 is cancelled. Another group is praying desperately for the turmoil to get over and get on with their lives. In the meanwhile, anxious parents, students and teachers keep searching for latest news update about NEET 2017. Between the delays in the NEET 2017 Results, the Stays imposed by the Madras HC and the plea pending in Supreme Court, we bring to you how CBSE and HRD Ministry is trying to solve the NEET Controversies.

That is right. Sources close to the ministry and the Central Board of Secondary Education have shared that CBSE and the HRD Ministry is working overtime to figure out the best possible solution. Though CBSE has not commented on the disparity and the controversy regarding regional language papers, it is not ignorant to the fact. While the official update is awaited from CBSE, sources have revealed that HRD Ministry has also offered to help CBSE ride through the problems. A senior official suggested that if CBSE would have been confident that cancelling the paper was the best step forward, it would have done so by now. The ambiguity of the situation where incidents were localized makes the decision to cancel the entire paper unreasonable. On the other hand, not addressing the concerns of the students voiced is also not an option. An expert panel of professors of respective subjects as well as regional language experts has been called on by the CBSE. Source reveals that the answer keys are being evaluated and concerns being marked after discussion. Related News | CBSE 12th Board Results Delay & NEET 2017 re-exam: HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar assures students of fair assessment

HRD Ministry, on the other hand is trying to reason with the various State Governments and council. Only yesterday, HRD Minister, Mr. Prakash Javadekar met with Gujarat Education Minister to discuss the matter. Around 40 students from the state had also filed a plea in the respective High Court against the difference in difficulty level. News also confirms that HRD Ministry is talking with West Bengal to understand the concern and find a solution.

In the meanwhile, CBSE is troubled with releasing multiple results including the CBSE Class 12 Board Results 2017. The results are also delayed due to on-going row over moderation. The many concerns at the Board are keeping the Chairman and the Core Committee very busy, commented an official who did not wish to be named. CBSE only has the best interests of the student at its heart and would do whatever it takes to find a solution that best fits all. An expert has reiterated that cancelling NEET 2017 may not be the best solution. CBSE is mindful of the concerns and is contemplating releasing the NEET 2017 Answer Keys and OMR Sheets soon to further the process.

However the events turn out, what is clear is that with each passing day, the anxiety increases. The fate of around 12 lakh students from across the country hangs in the balance while the controversies are sorted out. Supreme Court is all set to hear a plea by an NGO to cancel NEET 2017 next week. How the events unfold would be shared with you. The status at present is in utter chaos. There is no confirmation or affirmation from CBSE in regards. Also read |NEET 2017 to be cancelled? SC to hear please next week.

NEET or National Eligibility cum Entrance Test was conducted by CBSE on May 7, 2017. The examination is the entrance criteria for MBBS and BDS courses across all private and government Medical and Dental Colleges in the country. The controversies that arose immediately afterwards have caused delay in the process. CBSE was to release the NEET 2017 Answer Keys by May 20 and the NEET 2017 Results by June 8, as per initial updates. However, NEET 2017 Results have been stayed by Madras HC till June 7. Whether it would cause a delay in NEET 2017 Answer Keys or not is not certain. In the meanwhile, a plea is being prepared to be presented in Supreme Court, asking for NEET 2017 to be cancelled. Stay updated with the latest news, videos and updates about National Eligibility cum Entrance Test here.

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How a property management company helps with quality renters

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One of the most important tasks of a property investor is to find an excellent tenant to fill his vacancy. What makes a tenant excellent is his ability to pay the rent on time and to take care of the property like an ordinary prudent man would take, if the property would have been his own.

According to experts, placing a quality tenant is more important in a property than an old saying of location, location and location when investing in a rental property market. A professional property management company will not only find you quality renters who will pay rent on time but also who will take care of the property and prevent it from any harm like their own.

Property management companies do everything in their power to make the dream tenant a reality. Some of the most important steps a firm can take to protect you and your investment are highlighted ahead.

The primary step to finding a quality renter is a screening process. A reputable property management company will utilize a nationwide screening company to ensure that the most qualified candidates are found. When screening a potential renter several factors come into play like criminal records, any pending court proceeding, credit history, past evictions etc. by thoroughly researching potential tenants, one can feel confident while allowing him to stay at his space.

The property management’s ability to take applications online 24/7, they are able to swiftly process applications received and get a quality tenant in the property faster than any landlord. It also allows the landlord to save the time and energy which will enable him to focus on more important things which needs his consideration.

A reputable property management company will also likely have a marketing department that will utilize as many resources possible to reach potential renters. This is usually important as quality renters seek out a reputable company that appears more legitimate rather than work with an individual one on one. With ongoing marketing process quality renters will move towards properties represented by the professional property management company.

A good property management company will always follow the code of ethics while dealing with their clients. They will treat the tenants with utmost respect and address their needs swiftly. Their ultimate aim should be to make the tenants feel that the home they buy is more than just a place to hang their hat, they should care for the property as much as their own.

By working with the tenant, a property management company helps to keep the tenant happy and willing to do little extras that keep up your investment. It is not possible for many investors and landlords to build this kind of relationship themselves. Hence, by letting the management company take over the work, you can save abundant time and money.

Lastly, keeping a good quality and excellent tenant can increase the chance of renewal, which in turn will keep the cost down and keep steady stream of income from the reliable tenant.

Turkey summons Austria charge d’affaires over ‘indecent’ report

Turkey summoned Austria’s charge d’affaires in Ankara late on Saturday over what it said was “indecent report” about Turkey on a news ticker at Vienna airport, a foreign ministry official said.

“Turkey allows sex with children under the age of 15,” read a headline on an electronic news ticker at the airport, images circulated on social media showed.

“Our disturbance and reaction over this display which tarnishes Turkey’s image and deliberately misinforms the public have been strongly conveyed to the charge d’affaires,” the ministry official said, adding that the headline was removed following the ministry’s intervention.

Turkey’s constitutional court last month ruled in favour of removing a provision in the penal code which identifies all sexual acts against children under the age of 15 as “sexual abuse” following an application made by a local court.

Tensions between Turkey and Europe have risen following Ankara’s crackdown in the wake of last month’s failed coup in Turkey.

Turkish authorities have detained, sacked or suspended tens of thousands of people over their alleged links with Fethullah Gulen, a U.S.-based cleric whom the government blames for orchestrating the coup attempt.

Last week Turkey’s foreign minister called Austria the “capital of radical racism” after Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern suggested ending EU accession talks with Turkey which have made minimal progress since they began in 2005.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and many Turks accuse the West of focusing more on the rights of the coup plotters and their supporters than on the coup itself, in which more than 240 people were killed after rogue soldiers bombed parliament and seized bridges with tanks and helicopters.

Halting Turkey’s EU accession process could scupper a landmark migration deal between Brussels and Ankara designed to stop illegal migration to Europe via Turkey in return for financial aid, the promise of visa-free travel to much of the bloc and accelerated talks on membership.

Turkey has lived up to its side of the deal with Brussels but visa-free access has been subject to delays due to a dispute over Turkish anti-terrorism legislation, which some in Europe see as too broad, and to its post-coup crackdown.

 

 

[Source: Reauters]

Thousands return to Manbij after IS militants flee city

Thousands of displaced residents streamed back into the northern Syrian town of Manbij on Saturday after U.S.-backed fighters ousted the last Islamic State militants from their former stronghold, residents and U.S. allies said.

The U.S.-backed Syria Democratic Forces (SDF) announced on Friday they had seized full control of the city near the Turkish border after the departure of the last of the militants, who had been using civilians as human shields.

Hundreds of cars and vehicles carrying families and their belongings flocked into the city from makeshift camps and villages in the countryside, where many of the city’s residents took shelter during the two-month campaign, according to an SDF official and relatives who were in contact with residents.

“Thousands are coming back and shops are opening. Today is the first day life is returning to normal,” said Sharfan Darwish, spokesman for the SDF-allied Manbij Military Council told Reuters from the city, adding they were working to restore basic services.

Pro-SDF news sites showed jubilant families who had been trapped in the city during the fighting talking about how harsh life was under Islamic State and its imposition of strict dress codes in public.

Their footage showed men shaving their beards and veiled women setting fire to niqabs they were forced to wear in public that covered their entire face apart from the eyes.

The militants were finally ousted after a deal was reached on Friday that secured their departure together with some 2,000 civilians, believed to have been their relatives, toward their stronghold of Jarablus near the border with Turkey, a Syrian from Manbij who is in touch with relatives there said.

It was not clear whether those leaving were hostages or had left voluntarily, a Kurdish source said.

The SDF, formed last year by recruiting Arabs to join forces with the powerful YPG Kurdish militia, launched an offensive with the support of U.S.-led strikes at the end of May to remove Islamic State from areas it controls along the Turkish border.

BLOW TO MILITANTS

The loss of Manbij, occupied by Islamic State since early 2014, is a big blow to the militants as it is of strategic importance, serving as a conduit for the transit of foreign jihadists and provisions from the Turkish border.

The operation, in which U.S. special forces played a significant role on the ground, marks the most ambitious advance by a group allied to Washington in Syria since the United States launched its military campaign against Islamic State two years ago.

Darwish attributed the speedy return to life in the city to a military and aerial campaign that he said spared many neighborhoods where thousands of civilians had remained even at the height of fighting.

Despite intensive U.S. bombing of bridges, several hospitals and a large silo in the course of the campaign, the city appears to have been spared the devastation of other cities in the Syrian conflict.

The SDF, which had already cleared over 13,000 mines, was sweeping some neighborhoods in search of militant sleeper cells suspected to still be operating.

A former resident of the city said he had reports from family members that the Kurdish YPG, who are the dominant group within the SDF, had rounded up dozens of young men before screening them because of concerns that some of them belonged to sleeper cells.

The capture of Manbij bolsters the position of Kurds who already control an uninterrupted 400 km (250 mile) stretch of Syria’s northern border with Turkey.

Washington has long lacked capable proxies on the ground, but has found its first strong allies in SDF.

Their gains have alarmed rebel forces battling President Bashar al-Assad, who say they will respond with force to any attempt to break up Syria.

 

[Source: Reauters]

Thai police find more unexploded bombs following coordinated blasts

Police Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) official inspects the site of a bomb blast in Hua Hin, south of Bangkok, Thailand, in this still image taken from video August 12, 2016. REUTERS/REUTERS TV

Thai police over the weekend found and defused five explosive devices that had failed to detonate when an as yet unidentified group carried out a series of deadly bomb attacks on popular tourist spots late last week.

Police said they had arrested one suspect following the bomb and arson attacks on Thursday and Friday that killed four people and wounded dozens more in some of Thailand’s best-known southern resorts and islands.

The attacks came just days after Thais voted to accept a military-backed constitution that the ruling junta, which seized power in 2014, has said will lead to an election by the end next year.

“These acts were undertaken by a group in many areas simultaneously, following orders from one individual,” Pongsapat Pongcharoen, a deputy national police chief, told reporters on Sunday, without elaborating.

No group has claimed responsibility for the attacks.

Analysts say suspicion would inevitably fall on enemies of the ruling junta aggrieved by the referendum results, or insurgents from Muslim-majority provinces in the south of the mostly Buddhist country.

Two incendiary devices in mobile telephone power packs were found in a market in the upscale resort of Hua Hin on Sunday, the interior ministry said in a statement. A bomb disposal team defused both, and local police said the devices had been there since Wednesday.

The resort was the scene of the most devastating of the wave of bombs when a blast ripped through an alley in a bar area on Thursday evening. There were two more blasts in the town less than 12 hours later.

Another fire bomb was found on the island of Phuket on Sunday and defused, local police said. It had been set to detonate at 3 a.m. on Friday (2000 GMT on Thursday), local police said.

In Phang Nga, two devices were found on Saturday near a market that was torched in an attack early on Friday.

“One worked and the other two didn’t,” Phakaphong Tavipatana, the governor of Phang Nga, told Reuters, adding that police hoped to find fingerprints on the defused devices.

Phuket and Phang Nga were both hit in the attacks on Thursday and Friday, as was Surat Thani, a city that is the gateway to the popular islands in the Gulf of Thailand.

Attackers struck targets in seven southern Thai provinces, using bombs as well as incendiary devices that set shops and markets ablaze.

A man has been arrested and was being questioned in connection to an arson attack on a supermarket in the southern province of Nakhon Si Thammarat, Pongsapat said. Police believe more than one individual was involved in that attack, he said.

The movements of other suspects were being monitored, he added.

NO SCAPEGOATS

Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, the army chief who led the coup two years ago, has instructed the police to be thorough and cautious in their investigation, said Pongsapat, adding that police were “not catching scapegoats.”

No evidence has been found yet to connect southern insurgents to the attacks, Pongsapat said, but DNA samples collected at the blast sites were being compared with databases in the southern Muslim provinces.

Fears that followers of former prime ministers Thaksin Shinawatra and his sister Yingluck Shinawatra could be blamed prompted a senior figure in their Puea Thai Party to issue a sharp denial on Saturday.

Thaksin’s government was toppled by the military in 2006, while Yingluck’s was ovethrown two years ago.

The anti-government United Front For Democracy Against Dictatorship (UDD), known as the “red shirt” group and sympathetic to the Shinawatras, condemned the attacks in a statement on Sunday.

[Source: Reauters]

Muslim cleric and associate shot to death on New York street

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A Muslim cleric and an associate were fatally shot by a lone gunman on Saturday while walking together following afternoon prayers at a mosque in the New York City borough of Queens, authorities said.

The gunman approached the men from behind and shot both in the head at close range at about 1:50 p.m. EDT on a blistering hot afternoon in the Ozone Park neighborhood, police said in a statement, adding that no arrests had been made.

The motive for the shooting was not immediately known and no evidence has been uncovered that the two men were targeted because of their faith, said Tiffany Phillips, a spokeswoman for the New York City Police Department. Even so, police were not ruling out any possibility, she added.

The victims, identified as Imam Maulama Akonjee, 55, and Thara Uddin, 64, were both wearing religious garb at the time of shooting, police said. Police had initially identified Uddin as Tharam.

The men were transported to Jamaica Hospital Medical Center where they died, hospital spokesman Andrew Rubin said.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations, a Muslim civil rights and advocacy group known by the acronym CAIR, said Uddin was an associate of the imam.

“These were two very beloved people,” Afaf Nasher, executive director of the New York chapter of CAIR, told Reuters. “These were community leaders.

“There is a deep sense of mourning and an overwhelming cry for justice to be served,” Nasher said. “There is a very loud cry, too, for the NYPD to investigate fully, with the total amount of their resources, the incident that happened today.”

The organization held a news conference on Saturday evening in front of the mosque, the Al-Furqan Jame Masjid, where the two men had prayed.

“We are calling for all people, of all faiths, to rally with compassion and with a sense of vigilance so that justice can be served,” Nasher said. ““You can’t go up to a person and shoot them in the head and not be motivated by hatred.”

The suspect was seen by witnesses fleeing the scene with a gun in his hand, police said.

“We are currently conducting an extensive canvass of the area for video and additional witnesses,” Deputy Inspector Henry Sautner said in a statement.

Eric Phillips, a press secretary for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, said the mayor was closely monitoring the police investigation into the shootings.

“While it is too early to tell what led to these murders, it is certain that the NYPD will stop at nothing to ensure justice is served,” Phillips said in a statement.

“He would not hurt a fly,” his nephew Rahi Majid, 26, told the New York Daily News. “You would watch him come down the street and watch the peace he brings.”

Video footage posted on YouTube showed dozens of men gathered near the site of the shooting, with one of them telling the crowd that it appeared to be a hate crime, even as police said the motive was still unknown.

“We feel really insecure and unsafe in a moment like this,” Millat Uddin, an Ozone Park resident told CBS television in New York. “It’s really threatening to us, threatening to our future, threatening to our mobility in our neighborhood, and we’re looking for the justice.”

In June, CAIR issued a statement calling for Muslim community leaders to consider increasing security after the Orlando massacre and incidents that it said had targeted Muslims and Islamic houses of worship.

A gunman who called himself an “Islamic soldier” killed 49 people in an Orlando, Florida, nightclub on June 12.

 

 

[Source: Reauters]

Assailant gets life for Jerusalem gay delight stabbing spree

An extremely-Orthodox Jewish guy become sentenced to life imprisonment on Sunday for murdering a teenage female at a homosexual delight parade in Jerusalem ultimate 12 months, an assault he executed simply weeks after serving a jail time period for a similar attack a decade earlier.

Yishai Schlissel said at some stage in his trial in a Jerusalem court that he were doing God’s will by way of killing a 16yearvintage lady and wounding 5 other individuals at the July 2015 occasion.

At a homosexual delight parade in Jerusalem in 2005, Schlissel stabbed three people, all of whom survived. In 2007, he became sentenced to twelve years and ultimately released early, in June 2015, with the normal day without work for good behaviour.

Following his launch from prison earlier than remaining year‘s march, police have been informed to be looking for Schlissel and bar him from the occasion. Seven police officers have been reassigned and 4 formally reprimanded for failing to achieve this.

in addition to his life sentence, the court docket tagged an extra 30 years onto his term for tried murder, a Justice Ministry declaration said.

The Jerusalem parade has lengthy been a focus of hysteria among Israel’s predominantly secular majority and the extremely-Orthodox Jewish minority, who item to public shows of homosexuality.

Germany’s Merkel alerts sober separation from ecu ‘accomplice’ Britain

German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Saturday for clear-headed negotiations with “near companion” Britain over its departure from the eu Union.

overseas ministers of the european‘s six founding participants had earlier stated Britain should leave the bloc as soon as viable after Britons voted on Thursday to stop the 28-member bloc.

however, Merkel struck a greater conciliatory tone.

“The negotiations should take place in a businesslike, precise climate,” Merkel stated after a assembly of her conservative party in Hermannswerder, out of doors Potsdam, to the west of Berlin.

“Britain will remain a near companion, with which we are related economically,” she stated, including that there was no hurry for Britain to invoke Article 50 of the eu treaty – step one it need to take to set in motion the exit process.

“It have to no longer take a long time, this is genuine, but i might no longer fight now for a quick time body,” Merkel stated, in contrast with the greater urgent call by way of the overseas ministers of Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, who have been meeting to the north of the German capital.

They pressed for Britain to cause the technique for exiting the bloc after Britons voted by 5248 percentage to exit the eu, which it joined extra than forty years ago.

“We now expect the United Kingdom government to offer readability and provide impact to this choice as quickly as feasible,” they stated in a joint assertion.

The president of the european Parliament, Martin Schulz, also piled pressure on Britain, calling for it to cause the leave process at a summit of ecu leaders next Tuesday.

“We count on the British government to supply now,” Schulz informed Germany’s Bild am Sonntag newspaper. “The summit on Tuesday is the precise moment to achieve this.”
U.N. Secretary preferred Ban Ki-moon, who met with French President Francois Hollande in Paris on Saturday, called for “pragmatic negotiations” as soon as Article 50 is invoked.

“My message is obvious: when we work together we are stronger. i’m hoping the British human beings may be in a position to triumph over the challenges that await them,” France’s journal du Dimanche quoted Ban as announcing in an interview.

european officers stated there was no real trouble if it took a few months to begin the system for Britain to go away, although waiting till the end of the 12 months may want to get in the manner of the subsequent spherical of ecu price range talks and eu election campaigning.

The officers stated they were worried that British high Minister David Cameron, who resigned on Friday, could give up to a person with a method to tug out the united states‘s departure.

Matthew Elliott, leader govt of the Vote go away campaign, said Britain need to start casual negotiations on a complete settlement governing its put up-Brexit courting with the eu before invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.

FRENCH stress

France additionally pressed for a quick begin to the exit manner, with foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault pronouncing negotiations have to pass fast and that the remaining european member states additionally needed to supply clean impetus to the eu challenge.

“We must provide a new feel to Europe, in any other case populism will fill the space,” he said, including that the ecu couldn’t anticipate Cameron to depart in October before the exit method starts offevolved.

Ayrault said different european leaders would positionedlots of pressure” on Cameron at Tuesday’s summit to act quick.
A spokesman for the ecu Council, which runs meetings of ecu participants‘ leaders, said that Britain ought to trigger Article 50, placing a year closing date for a deal, by using making a proper declaration to such a assembly instead of through sending a diplomatic letter to its chairman.

Hollande said the separation “could be painful for Britain however … as in all divorces, it is going to be painful for individuals who stay at the back of, too”.

France and Germany have drafted a tenpage paper mapping out 3 areas of immediately subject for the last european participants: safety, migration and refugees, and jobs and increase which diplomatic resources say they need to apply as a basis to shore up the eu, at the same time as constructing a more bendy union.

global stock markets plunged on Friday, and sterling noticed its biggest one-day drop in more than 30 years, while scores employer Moody’s downgraded Britain’s credit score outlook.

The six foreign ministers said the european turned into droppingno longer just a member state but history, lifestyle and enjoy“.

Luxembourg overseas Minister Jean Asselborn informed Reuters: “I agree with you can wreck the eu Union with referenda. We have to speak higher what the european has performed, and we ought to work tougher on problems which include migration where we have failed.”

each Ayrault and Asselborn warned Britain not to play video games by way of drawing out the go out technique.

it’s in Britain’s hobby and within the hobby of Europeans no longer to have a period of uncertainty that might have economic effects, and that might have financial and political consequences,” he told a information convention after the assembly.