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US accuses Syria of mass executions and burning the bodies

The department is releasing newly declassified photographs showing what it says is a building in the prison complex that has been modified to support the crematorium. The deal was brokered by Russian Federation with support from Iran and Turkey during ceasefire talks in the Kazakh capital of Astana last week. In light of the information about the mass killings, Jones said that Russia's calls for "de-escalation zones" in the country would be met with "skepticism". Lire la suite »

Turkey calls on USA to not arm Kurdish 'terrorists'


A top Syrian Kurdish official on Wednesday welcomed the USA decision to arm Kurdish fighters with heavier weapons, saying it would "legitimize" the force as it prepares to march on Raqqa, the de facto capital of the Islamic State group. John Dorrian. On April 27, Turkish warplanes struck YPG forces in Syria and also hit Kurdish forces in neighboring Iraq in what Ankara described as "terrorist havens". Lire la suite »

" "France : "Macron promet de restaurer la " confiance " et de " refonder " l'UE

La cérémonie de passation de pouvoir entre le président sortant François Hollande et le président élu Emmanuel Macron a eu lieu ce dimanche 14 mai au Palais de l'Elysée. François Hollande a par ailleurs l'intention d'utiliser les bureaux mis à disposition de par son statut. C'est lui qui avait lancé la carrière politique de ce haut fonctionnaire devenu banquier d'affaires en le choisissant comme conseiller économique en 2012, avant qu'il ne devienne ministre de l'Economie en 2014. Lire la suite »

Ransomware attack should be wake-up call for govts

Several hospitals and health facilities in the NHS network suffered internal chaos after being hit with a hacking technique known as ransomware, which also affected institutions in more than 100 countries. "If someone kidnaps your child, you may pay your ransom but there is no guarantee your child will return". Ryan Kalember, senior vice president at Proofpoint Inc. Lire la suite »

MGM Resorts International (MGM) Director Sells 5906 Shares of Stock

Toronto Dominion Bank now owns 5,020 shares of the company's stock worth $138,000 after buying an additional 1,099 shares in the last quarter. Sei Investments Co. Investors of record on Friday, June 9th will be given a $0.11 dividend. The company's trailing twelve month income is 1.24 Billion dollars and is paying 1.41% dividend yield annually. Lire la suite »

Trump say it's possible he could pick FBI head by next week

Comey's version of events when it comes to meetings and conversations he had with Trump have now taken on new significance after the White House's shifting narrative on the reason for his firing was compounded by an interview the president gave to NBC News on Thursday and a subsequent tweet on Friday in which he appeared to publicly threaten Comey by teasing the existence of possible recordings of their interactions. Lire la suite »

President Trump says 'perfect accuracy' not possible

Mr Trump's comments seemed motivated by recent reports of a post-inauguration meeting with Mr Comey, in which Mr Trump is said to have demanded his Federal Bureau of Investigation director's loyalty. They also commented only condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations. The next morning, the Washington Post published a piece from Hugh Hewitt, a prominent conservative pundit, who embraced the message the White House encouraged Trump's defenders to repeat. Lire la suite »

S.Korea's Netmarble Games debuts above IPO price


NCsoft is valued at 7.69 trillion won on the KOSPI after shedding 4.62 percent. Netmarble's market capitalization as of Friday was 13.7 trillion won. Prices fell during the session, however, and the stock closed down 1.82 percent to 162,000 won on Friday. Lire la suite »

Syria activists say civilians killed in strike on IS village


The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the strike on the town of Albu Kamal hit around 3 am local time. The U.S. military said in May that coalition strikes in Syria and Iraq had " unintentionally " killed 352 civilians since it launched operations against ISIS in 2014. Lire la suite »

France's Macron takes power, now faces challenge of governing


The 46-year-old's appointment was announced in a short statement outside the Elysee palace on Monday. Some analysts and opponents have questioned the strength of Macron's mandate after he won just 24.01 percent in the first round of the presidential election on April 23 before his landslide victory over Le Pen in the second. Lire la suite »

Chelsea Manning set to be released from Leavenworth

Incarcerated as a male named Bradley Manning, Chelsea announced in 2013 that she would begin transitioning to a female. Born Bradley Manning, she changed her name, identified as a woman, began hormone therapy while in the Fort Leavenworth, Kan., military prison to transition to a woman. Lire la suite »

Chibok Community Tells FG - Force Our Unwilling Girls Home, Stop Giving Excuses


The girls' names were put on Twitter by the president's office on Sunday. They are in Abuja taking part in a rehabilitation program. "The government of Nigeria and other stakeholders must ensure that the services these girls need, including psycho-social and other health services and information on livelihood opportunities, as well as access to remedies, are available" said the group of special rapporteurs. Lire la suite »

Google Assistant for iOS may be announced this week


It remains to be seen how the iOS version of the Google Assistant will fare against Siri and whether Google can truly include Apple-made devices into its growing AI ecosystem in a significant manner in the future, but more details on the company's efforts to do so may follow soon. Lire la suite »

Il meurt piqué par des abeilles — Dordogne


Mais l'intervention a très vite basculé dans la catastrophe. Mais à peine arrivé devant l'essaim, les abeilles ont attaqué l'apiculteur, passant notamment sous son masque et le piquant au visage. L'homme est décédé sur place . Chaque année en France, environ une quinzaine de personnes meurent des suites de piqures d'abeilles, de guêpes ou de frelons. Lire la suite »

United States firms 'ready' to get on China's Silk Road project

Playing down differences over the project among different provinces in his country, Sharif said, "the CPEC is owned and nurtured by all citizens of Pakistan". "Australian private sector involvement in such projects will help create Australian jobs". But he did not refer to India's objection to the Dollars 50- billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a flagship project of the B&R initiative that runs through Gilgit and Baltistan in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). Lire la suite »

PH, China hold dialogue on sea row

Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) meets with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who is here for the Belt and Road Forum (BRF) for International Cooperation, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, May 15, 2017. China's neighbour Taiwan also has rival claims of the South China Sea. #China claims almost all of the strategically vital waterway, despite partial counter-claims from several regional states including the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, #Taiwan and Vietnam. Lire la suite »

President Trump top aides face sack


If it was about Rosenstein's assessment of Comey's job performance - a thin fig leaf, to be sure - at least Trump could claim he didn't just sack Comey because of the investigation of the Trump operation's ties to Russian Federation. I think it's a good idea. " In an interview with Jeanine Pirro that will air Saturday at 9pm ET on " Justice ", Trump reiterated what he had tweeted this morning". Lire la suite »

China wins praise for Silk Road but concerns persist

The plan, which aims to expand trade links between Asia, Africa, Europe and beyond, was first unveiled in 2013. Xi said the Belt and Road initiative is " a project of the century " that will benefit people across the world. Duterte has chose to forge an independent foreign policy while seeking alliances with other nations on the principle of mutual sovereign respect and non-interference in internal affairs. Lire la suite »

Ransomware attack should be a 'wake-up call' for governments

Current data show more than 1.3 million computer systems are still vulnerable to infection by WannaCry , which has paralysed hospitals, disrupted transport networks and immobilised businesses, Financial Times reported . This ransomware is called "WannaCry". Microsoft has now sent out patches for WindowsXP in an attempt to limit the damage, while the NHS took steps over the weekend to send out the recent security updates for trusts who had not put it in place. Lire la suite »

Joanna Lumley: I never dreamed of getting Bafta Fellowship

Joanna Lumley won the Fellowship Award for her astonishing contribution to British television, and Sue Perkins did a great job of presenting the ceremony, opening with a joke about "not another woman hosting an awards show" and maintaining the momentum for the two and a half hour-long ceremony. Lire la suite »

Philippine panel throws out impeachment complaint vs Duterte


The panel, chaired by Oriental Mindoro 2nd District Representative Reynaldo Umali, will determine whether or not the complaint is sufficient in form and substance. The parliamentary justice committee unanimously voted down the impeachment complaint on the grounds that it was based on "hearsay" evidence. "The complaint is meant to besmirch the reputation of [the President] and to get the three minute of fame of the complainant", he said. Lire la suite »

Comey may get chance to publicly defend himself against Trump

The advice came Sunday amid more criticism over Trump's dismissal of Comey during an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe of Russia's meddling with last year's election and any ties to the Trump campaign. At least eight candidates for the bureau's top spot headed to the Department of Justice on Saturday to interview for the position, which was vacated when James Comey was sacked this week. Lire la suite »

Obama's Russia Ambassador Doubts Sally Yates' Blackmail Claim About Michael Flynn


In Monday's hearing, Clapper reiterated his original statement from March, in which he said he had seen no evidence of collusion between Trump officials and Russian Federation. Ms Yates was appointed by the Obama administration and was sacked by Mr Trump on January 30 for refusing to defend his travel ban . The White House also confirmed that former president Barack Obama advised Trump against hiring Flynn, less than 48 hours after the November 2016 election . Lire la suite »