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The fidget roller is the new must-have toy

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Fidget cubes , spinners, and other fidget toys have become popular tools to help people with various concentration and anxiety conditions. "If they are seen in lessons they will be confiscated". "What is the fascination with them?" said the office manager at the Shelburne school, Hillcrest Academy. If I'd actually read all the articles that have been published lately about how parents are doing their kids a disservice by not allowing them to sufficiently explore the boring sensation of ... Read More »

Authorities: Jet crashes at small airport near New York City

The FAA confirmed that the Learjet 35 was coming in from Philadelphia when it crashed on approach to runway at Teterboro Airport, around three miles from Hackensack, at around 3.30pm. Three buildings were hit as the plane crashed, according to a spokesperson of Carlstadt, the neighborhood where the crash took place, according to WNBC . Read More »

Combien va gagner François Hollande lors de sa retraite ?

Le Conseil des ministres s'est terminé avec " un moment d'applaudissement debout de l'ensemble du gouvernement ", " un moment très fraternel ", a encore précisé le porte-parole, qui participait à son 154e et dernier point de presse à l'issue d'un Conseil des ministres . Read More »

150 nations, 200000 victims

Experts said another attack could be imminent and warned people to ensure their security is up to date. "The Maharashtra police department is partially affected due to the ransomware and the cyber experts have rushed to fix the systems in time ", a senior police officer said on the condition of anonymity. Read More »

Putin plays soviet classics on Xi Jinping's piano

Russian President Vladimir Putin and other leaders arrive for a family photo during the Belt and Road Forum at meeting's venue on Yanqi Lake just outside Beijing, China, May 15, 2017. A cameraman managed to capture the moment in a video and quickly circulated it on the Russian state news media. "I thought that if Mr. Peskov is filming, it's probably for personal use, for the archive", Putin is quoted as saying. Read More »

Microsoft chief: Cyber attack 'wake-up call for governments'

The only way to recover WannaCry files is via the WannaDecrypt utility developed by Benjamin Delpy, but only if the victim had been recording traffic or was able to dump the private RSA key from the computer's memory before it was sent to the WannaCry C&C server. Read More »

Dutch official: coalition talks break down over immigration

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GreenLeft, headed by the 31-year-old, charismatic Jesse Klaver, had campaigned for a more generous asylum policy, while the other parties advocated a tougher approach to head off criticism from Wilders. "We wanted them to be successful, but we didn't succeed". "Today, it turned out that the differences were too great". The Liberals, led by Prime Minister Mark Rutte, remain the largest party after the election, while the other three posted the biggest seat gains. Read More »

Claudio Ranieri Salutes Antonio Conte For Continuing Italian Title Winning Spree

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Conte has now won a league title in each of his past four seasons as a head coach at club level, having claimed three Serie A wins in a row with Juventus from 2012 to 2014. Terry confirmed last month he is leaving Stamford Bridge at the end of the season after 22 years and more than 700 appearances. After this result, Chelsea went on a 13 game winning streak, which is the second most consecutive wins in Premier League history. Read More »

As he awaits talks with Xi, Russia's Putin plays piano

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The first is considered an unofficial anthem for the city of St. Petersburg, with lyrics like "Listen, Leningrad, I'll sing to you my honest song". "It's a pity that the piano was out of tune", Putin said. Speaking to reporters in Beijing , where he is taking part in a conference, Putin said that there was no significant damage to Russian institutions, including its banking and healthcare systems, from the computer worm known as WannaCry. Read More »

More Boots on the Ground? Trump Advisors Shift Afghan Strategy

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The plan, which includes an increase in USA and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation troops, would be part of an effort to bring the Taliban back to the negotiating table with the Afghan government. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff. President Trump will have to decide on the proposals, likely in advance of an upcoming North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting. Read More »

China pledges $124 bln for new Silk Road, says open to everyone

Xi hosted delegates attending his "One Belt One Road" forum with a dinner and gala performance on Sunday. "All countries should respect each other's sovereignty, dignity and territorial integrity, each other's development paths and social systems, and each other's core interests and major concerns", Xi said on Sunday. Read More »

Van Zandt urges grads to stay true to their New Jersey roots

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Known both for being a longtime member of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band as well as for his acting work in "The Sopranos", Van Zandt gave the address at the school's commencement ceremony on Sunday. and 11:15 a.m., university officials said. "You're in the Jersey family now". Van Zandt was born in Boston but grew up in Middle Township, New Jersey. Read More »

Bear struck by vehicle on Caifornia highway

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Wildlife officials surrounded the sedated bear, placed it in a black truck and transported him to the Inland Valley Humane Society in Pomona. The bear, believed to weigh about 200 pounds, made its way to a nearby embankment after being struck, La Verne Police officials said in a news release . Read More »

Trump's frustrations are boiling over after Comey dismissal

CNN said Comey is "not anxious about any tapes" Trump may have, citing an unnamed source familiar with the matter. President Trump's conduct in firing Director Comey risks undermining the investigation into his campaign's possible collusion with Russian Federation, and thereby represents a serious threat to that critical American principle. Read More »

Côte d'Ivoire: reprise des mutineries

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Un premier bilan fait état d'un mort et d'une vingtaine de blessés, dont six par balles, depuis ce nouveau mouvement de grogne de plusieurs centaines de soldats, qui fait suite à une précédente mutinerie en janvier. Les forces loyalistes avaient déployé vendredi un important dispositif à Abidjan, et menacé dans la soirée les mutins de sanctions, lors d'une allocution télévisée du chef d'état-major. Read More »

Emmanuel Macron officiellement investi président de la République

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Secrets d'Etat Dimanche matin à l'Elysée, François Hollande et Emmanuel Macron ont passé une heure en tête à tête dans le bureau présidentiel, au premier étage du palais. "Il faut toujours faire le choix de la réussite de la France", a-t-il ajouté, invitant implicitement les socialistes à être conciliants avec Emmanuel Macron . Read More »

North Korea has fired another ballistic missile

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Each new nuclear and longer-range missile test is part of the North's attempt to build a nuclear-tipped intercontinental ballistic missile. The missile test, however, was the first since South Korea's new President Moon Jae-In came to power with the promise of reducing tensions with the North. Read More »

Lib Dems pledge to introduce 5p charge on disposable coffee cups

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Asked by an RCN delegate why people should believe the Lib Dems after the party broke its pledge on tuition fees, Mr Farron, who rebelled on the issue, said: "The problem is that if you are living in a society, and we are, where people assume that politicians are scumbags who don't tell the truth, don't confirm the suspicion". Read More »

Europeans snub trade text at China's Silk Road summit, diplomat says

The Silk Road initiative, first proposed by Xi in 2013, is also viewed as a counterweight to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a regional trade pact that excludes China. The North Korean delegation largely kept a low profile at the summit, and there was no evidence that its presence had affected participation despite USA misgivings. Read More »