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Macron gives France a sensible alternative

In chaotic scenes broadcast live on French TV, the centrist, pro-European Union former finance minister is telling workers outside the Whirlpool factory in northern France that he wouldn't ban job losses if he is elected president on May 7. Read More »

Erdogan to return to Turkey's governing party on May 2

They will meet their Turkish counterpart in Malta, for the first high-level meeting since the divisive referendum in Turkey . He appeared to put aside weeks of insults in the run-up to this month's referendum in which Erdogan narrowly won a mandate to implement the biggest overhaul of Turkey's political system since the modern state was established almost a century ago. Read More »

Macedonia parliament violence injures 100

The violence started when dozens of protesters, some masked, broke through a police cordon after the speaker's election, shouting, throwing chairs and wielding camera tripods abandoned by startled journalists. Earlier, a presidential source said that Turkish president called Macedonian counterpart Gyorge Ivanov on the phone and assured him that Turkey would continue to support Macedonia "towards a peaceful and prosperous future". Read More »

Taliban announce spring offensive, vow to build institutions

The US now has around 8,400 troops in Afghanistan as part of the NATO-led Resolute Support training and advisory mission, as well as a separate counterterrorism mission that mainly targets ISIS and al-Qaeda fighters. Fighting will include a mix of conventional, guerrilla and suicide attacks targeting Afghan and foreign troops. At least forty five militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group were killed during the clearance operations in eastern Nangarhar province ... Read More »

Massena's Alcoa Plant Keeps Watchful Eye On Trump, NAFTA

President Donald Trump says he is ready to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, known as NAFTA, after debating whether to pull the USA out of the deal. Overhauling globalist trade agreements has been a primary staple of Trump's political rhetoric, dating back many decades. Trump even got on the phone with his Canadian and Mexican counterparts, and the White House issued a late-night statement saying a consensus emerged to renegotiate the trade deal that Trump pilloried as a ... Read More »

Le Pen's party replacement steps down over Holocaust remarks


It was the infamous remark of Jean-Marie Le Pen, 88 - that the Nazi gas chambers were a "detail" of history - that landed the National Front in the political wilderness for decades. Also unearthed was a newspaper report from 1991 that said Jalkh had attended an anniversary rally held by supporters of Marshal Philippe Petain, French wartime leader and Nazi collaborator, in July of that year. Read More »

I thought being President would be easier: Donald Trump


I actually, think this is more work than my previous life. "You're really into your own little cocoon, because you have such massive protection that you really can't go anywhere", he said. As to whether or not he's rational, I have no opinion on it. The stationing a new THAAD anti-missile defense system in South Korea that Trump estimates will cost $1 billion-a sum, he said, the government in Seoul should pay for. Read More »

Flynn was warned against accepting foreign payments: Pentagon

Former US national security adviser Michael Flynn was warned by the Defense Department's Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) against accepting foreign payments as he entered retirement. Almost a month later, Flynn filed paperwork to retroactively establish himself as a foreign agent for the work he did with Inovo BV. When asked by reporters if the president had any regrets about bringing Flynn on in the first place, Spicer said: "I think the president made the right decision at the right ... Read More »

L'écart se resserre entre Macron et Le Pen après Whirlpool — Présidentielle

Si elle reste confortable, son avance sur Marine Le Pen fond de 4 points: "il l'emporterait à 59 % (contre 63 % le 24 avril) des voix au second tour, contre 41 % (contre 37 %) pour sa concurrente". Quelques minutes après son passage sur TF1, Emmanuel Macron a notamment fait une apparition remarquée dans Touche pas à mon poste! sur C8 à l'occasion de la 1.000 émission du talk-show de Cyril Hanouna. Read More »

Ruling again wields Trump words


District Judge William Orrick of San Francisco imperiled the safety of untold innocent Americans on Tuesday, when the judge issued a nationwide injunction barring enforcement of President Trump's January 25 executive order to withhold federal funds from so-called sanctuary cities. Read More »

Trump invites Senate to White House for briefing on N. Korea


They were ferried from the Capitol by bus. As a standoff escalated over the reclusive Asian nation's development of nuclear weapons and long-range ballistic missiles, President Donald Trump invited all 100 members of the Senate to attend the session with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and Marine General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Read More »

GOP offers stopgap bill to fund government


House Republicans introduced a seven-day stopgap measure late Wednesday aimed at giving both chambers enough time to finish negotiating and pass a broader spending bill that would fund the government through September 30. President Trump chastising Democrats for holding up a deal to keep the government funded, writing, "I promise to rebuild our military and secure our border". Read More »

Senators Condemn UN for Unfair Treatment of Israel


Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, praised Guterres' recent decision to disavow an anti-Israel report from the U.N.'s Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia and identified four specific areas where further action could be taken rectify the "unacceptable" treatment of Israel at the world body. Read More »

Speaker Will Set Health Care Vote When Ready


Todd Young of Indiana. Shelley Moore Capito also was confident the Senate would approve the plan and noted that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky supports it. "And they could help us". Trump tweeted Thursday to also complain about Democrats' negotiating tactics. Because he wants to say he did something in his first 100 days. Read More »

No House Vote On Health Care This Week

I have a real job. Thursday, Pittenger signed on to a bill written by Rep. Martha McSally , R-Ariz., that would strike the congressional exemption from the GOP's American Health Care Act. They plan to pass it with only GOP votes, if necessary. The hospital groups - the American Hospital Association and America's Essential Hospitals - both voiced concerns that the amendment would not lessen the number of people expected to be left uninsured under the Republican bill. Read More »

China won't confirm USA claim of new pressure on North Korea


One foreign policy expert called the remarks "shameless". "We know that China is in communications with the regime in Pyongyang", Tillerson said on Fox News Channel. Seoul retorted that under the Status of Forces Agreement that governs the U.S. military presence in the country, the South would provide the THAAD site and infrastructure while the USA would pay to deploy and operate it. Read More »

Donald Trump Admits He Thought Being President "Would Be Easier" Than This


He "loved" his old lifestyle because he "had so many things going", the former property mogul told Reuters news agency from his desk in the Oval Office. "I like to drive, I can't drive any more". Many things about Trump have not changed from the wheeler-dealer executive and former celebrity reality show host who ran his empire from the 26th floor of Trump Tower in NY and worked the phones incessantly. Read More »

Court agrees to hold off ruling on carbon restrictions


Environmental Protection Agency, 15-1363, U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia (Washington). The Supreme Court past year put the regulations on hold pending the outcome of the case. Among those leading the legal assault were West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, who was first to sue, and Pruitt, then Oklahoma's attorney general, who was second. Read More »

Do anything to stop Le Pen, urges Zidane


The exit from Europe that she is proposing will spell the end of French fisheries", he tweeted. Macron is defending his plans for more retraining of workers struggling with France's chronic unemployment. Moscow is suspected of favoring his Euroskeptic rival Marine Le Pen , who has taken a more lenient line towards Russian Federation, promising closer cooperation and an end to European sanctions. Read More »

Meurtre de Laeticia Bauwens au Mons Expo : un suspect interpellé


Un suspect a été interpellé vendredi matin dans le cadre du meurtre de la jeune Binchoise Laeticia Bauwens , indique le parquet de Mons, confirmant une information parue dans plusieurs médias. Selon le procureur du Roi, Christian Henry, la victime n'a pas été violée, mais le viol pourrait peut-être être le mobile de l'auteur de ce crime. Un appel à témoins avait été lancé par la police belge il y a quelques jours. Read More »

Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH)


The visitors are placed third with nine points and would certainly have the upper-hand against Kings XI Punjab , who have managed to win just three of their seven games. Moises Henriques (193 runs), who remained unbeaten on 55 off just 28 deliveries in an earlier game against Pune, would look to continue contributing in the death overs. Read More »

Relief for Jagan as court rejects CBI plea to cancel bail


The court found no merit in the petition by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) which was last month on the ground that Jagan is trying to influence witnesses. These investments were as part of the quid pro quo deal with the government for granting favours to the companies in the form of land allotments, granting of licences, etc. Read More »

Trump says he misses life before he became United States president


U.S. President Donald Trump looks out a window of the Oval Office following an interview with Reuters at the White House in Washington , U.S., April 27, 2017. Clemens, Michigan, graded Trump's tenure as a "B-minus" so far". Trump said. "The red is obviously us". He frequently turns to outside friends and former business colleagues for advice and positive reinforcement. Read More »