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France on edge on eve of presidential poll


Police shot and killed Cheurfi - identified from his fingerprints - during the incident, and later found a pump-action shotgun and knives in his auto. The Champs-Elysees gunman who shot and killed a police officer just days before France's presidential election was detained in February for threatening police but later freed. Read More »

DOJ says it will still enforce immigration law

In a statement, the Justice Department said Tuesday's order upheld the government's ability to enforce existing conditions on federal grants and said it "will follow the law with respect to regulation of sanctuary jurisdictions ". "Sanctuary cities" is a loosely defined term for jurisdictions that don't comply with immigration authorities. He is accusing cities such as San Francisco of "putting the well-being of criminal aliens before the safety of our citizens" and says city officials ... Read More »

Vivendi prepares for Ubisoft takeover, reports claims


If Vivendi exceeds a 30 percent stake in Ubisoft, it is required under French law to submit a public offer for the company. Over the past three years, its Chairman Vincent Bollore has spent a significant amount of cash on acquisitions and he now has to defend his position. Read More »

"Pas eu de prise de conscience" de la qualification du FN — Hollande


Et on a oublié que c'était quand même Marine Le Pen qui était au deuxième tour. Une déclaration qui sonne aussi comme un message implicite envoyé à Emmanuel Macron . Le quotidien écrivait alors: " François Hollande est persuadé que Marine Le Pen peut gagner l'élection". L'ex-ministre de l'Economie a remercié le chef de l'Etat sur Twitter pour " son soutien républicain ". Read More »

Judge blocks Donald Trump's order on sanctuary cities

Earlier in the day, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and other officials representing local governments and police departments met with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions about the issue. President Donald Trump, he said, was using a "bully pulpit" to "encourage communities and states to comply with the law". "Withholding targeted federal funds from these scofflaw jurisdictions is a legitimate response on the part of the federal government and has been employed by previous administrations in ... Read More »

Britain's Labour to guarantee European Union citizens rights if wins election


Starmer said a Labour government would tear up May's negotiating plan and seek to retain the "benefits" of single-market membership. Asked why he had not clarified this before, Farron said he had not wanted to "get into a series of questions unpicking the theology of the Bible", and rejected the idea he had changed his public views because of the election. Read More »

L'élection présidentielle, pour les plus petits, est dans dimoitou news


Ce ne sera finalement pas le cas. D'après BFMTV , la fronde de certains élus a eu raison de cette initiative. Après la défaite de Benoît Hamon au premier tour de l'élection présidentielle , le candidat malheureux, les ténors de la gauche et François Hollande lui-même ont indiqué qu'ils voteraient Emmanuel Macron. Read More »

Stampeding boars kill three Isis terrorists

Sheikh Anwar al-Assi, a chief of the local Ubaid tribe and supervisor of the anti-Isis forces, told The Times that at least eight fighters had hidden in dense reeds."It is likely their movement disturbed a herd of wild pigs, which inhabit the area..." Al-Assi also charged that the jihadists had carried out a "massacre" in the Hawija area of civilians attempting to flee to Kurdish-controlled areas ahead of a planned offensive by the Iraqi military against IS forces in the area. Read More »

Govt to revisit strategy against Naxals: Rajnath


His comments also assume significance in the backdrop of security forces coming under intense pressure in Kashmir as they are faced with nearly daily protests and stone-pelting by the locals. Naidu said over 700 people were killed in Naxal attacks between 2004 and 2014 when the Congress was in power at the Centre. It has been active in the Bastar region, particularly Sukma, and launched several attacks on security forces. Read More »

Nasdaq Hits Record High of 6000


The Nasdaq erased more than 30% in 10 weeks from a peak on March 10, 2000, and didn't close above 5000 again until March 2015. Valuations have backed off the levels they reached in 2000. Technology shares in the S&P 500 have risen roughly 14% so far this year, compared with 3% for financials and 6.7% for the broader S&P 500 . Shares of consumer, health-care and financial companies represent a growing share of the index. Read More »

Chinese court sentences US businesswoman accused of spying


She was accused of espionage and stealing state secrets for allegedly passing intelligence to a third party, according to previous reports from the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention which cited government sources. "We hope she can return to the soon as possible". The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention past year denounced China's handling of the case, saying it had not observed "international norms relating to the right to a fair trial and to liberty and security". Read More »

La mise en garde de Cambadélis à Macron — Présidentielle


Attention à ne pas se croire déjà arrivé. "Y compris pour Emmanuel Macron, que Marine Le Pen soit en-deçà ou au-delà de 40%, c'est un élément d'importance pour l'ensemble de son quinquennat", a ajouté M. Avec le fameux épisode de La Rotonde (le nom de la brasserie), lui demande de préciser la journaliste? Son deuxième message a été plus politique. "Je crois qu'il a pensé qu'il était déjà élu " a encore lancé Cambadélis. Read More »

Labour's Jeremy Corbyn sets United Kingdom election tone, targeting establishment

Theresa May kicked off seven weeks of campaigning on Wednesday with a promise of strong and stable leadership after MPs overwhelmingly backed her call for a general election on June 8th. Now that lawmakers have approved the election, Parliament will be dissolved on May 2. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, campaigning in the North West, said Labour would be using its 500,000 strong grassroots membership - the largest of any of the main parties - to get its message out to voters. Read More »

US sets up missile defence in S. Korea as North shows power

In early March, the USA began moving the first elements of the advanced missile defence system into South Korea, after the North test-launched four ballistic missiles. Earlier, the navy announced that the USS Michigan, an Ohio-class guided-missile submarine, had arrived in Busan "for a regularly scheduled port visit". Read More »

Les mille et un mensonges de Bachar el-Assad


M. Assad a démenti toute implication dans l'attaque , arguant que son régime ne possédait plus d'armes chimiques depuis 2013. " Nous ne possédons pas d'armes chimiques (.) Il y a plusieurs années, en 2013, nous avons renoncé à tout notre arsenal (.) Et même si nous possédions de telles armes, nous ne les aurions jamais utilisées ", a encore ajouté le président syrien dans sa première interview après l'"attaque chimique" de Khan Cheikhoun et les représailles américaines. Read More »

Remove Sasikala's portraits from AIADMK HQ: OPS faction


Dinakaran, who was quizzed for the second consecutive day, had reached the crime branch inter state cell office in Chanakyapuri around 2 pm, while the questioning came to an end only around 1 am, police officials said. Sukesh then said that the money that the police had found on him was given by Dinakaran. According to Munusamy, the seven member committee formed by the ruling AIADMK faction has not called the Panneerselvam group for talks on unification of the two groups. Read More »

Edwards Lifesciences Corp (EW) Releases FY17 Earnings Guidance


Cowen and Company reissued an outperform rating and set a $120.00 price objective on shares of Edwards Lifesciences Corp in a research note on Tuesday, March 28th. Deutsche Bank AG restated a hold rating and set a $100.00 price objective on shares of Edwards Lifesciences Corp in a research note on Sunday, February 5th. Read More »

Launch of the online learner admission system


On Tuesday Lesufi said the upgraded system would see online applications for learners in grades 1 and 8 become easier. What are your thoughts on the online learner admission system? The number of applications for Grade 1's was 198 493, while the Grade 8's stood at 158 954, he said. Read More »

Delhi court raps cops in Dhinakaran 'cash case'


Dinakaran's friend Mallikarjuna has also been arrested for allegedly providing shelter to him. He said Dhinakaran was given a questionnaire that had queries about the money trail, his association with Sukesh Chandrasekar, the middleman who has already been arrested in the case. Read More »