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Samsung Pay could be heading to non-Samsung phones


It will enable the users to use their Payment system without any physical credit/debit/shopping cards, even in NFC unsupported PoS (Point of Sale) machines. It's also been said that either or both options could end up being finalized. Samsung has reportedly been in talks with other manufacturers about this, but the company has yet to comment on it. Lire la suite »

L'État condamné à verser 96 euros — Cours non assurés

Au total, ce sont 96 heures de cours qui n'ont pas eu lieu. Pourquoi? Pour des heures de cours qui n'ont pas été assurés lors de l'année scolaire 2014-2015. La Justice vient de condamner l'Etat pour ne pas avoir remplacé des professeurs absents. L'Education nationale a pourtant, en vertu d'un arrêt du Conseil d'Etat rendu le 27 janvier 1988 , " l'obligation légale d'assurer l'enseignement de toutes les matières obligatoires inscrites aux programmes d'enseignement". Lire la suite »

The Amgen Inc. (AMGN) PT Raised to $184.00 at Morgan Stanley

Total cash per share on the most recent quarter is 52.21. About 11,909 shares traded. Over the short term, some market observers may have noticed that It has a 1.17% short float with 15 days to cover. The fund held 9,435 stocks of the medical analysis firms shares during the Q1. Principal has invested 0.29% in Amgen , Inc. (NASDAQ:AMGN) for 1,773 shares. Lire la suite »

McKesson Corporation (MCK) and Las Vegas Sands Corp


Several other hedge funds and other institutional investors also recently added to or reduced their stakes in the stock. Financial Architects Inc boosted its position in shares of Las Vegas Sands 226.1% in the first quarter. announced a quarterly dividend of $0.65 5.58% with an ex dividend date of 12/18/2015 which will be payable on 12/31/2015. During the same period in the previous year, the company posted $0.45 earnings per share. Lire la suite »

Des incendies font rage dans le sud de la France


Depuis plusieurs jours, des centaines de pompiers sont mobilisés pour essayer de contenir les multiples foyers d'incendies . On recense près de 1 600 hectares de brûlés ainsi que 2 maisons entièrement calcinées . Plus de 1275 hectares ont été parcourus par le feu. Et je fais solennellement appel au civisme de chacun: "ces sinistres peuvent et doivent être évités", a tweeté le ministre. Lire la suite »

Kesha Embraces Abandon On 'Learn To Let Go'


As the latest single from her much-anticipated album Rainbow , the pop star chose to come to terms and face her past head-on. Now the artist has given fans a further taste of her new musical stylings in the song " Learn To #Let Go ". Watch the new video above. The third, " Learn to Let Go ", is out today, and it continues the theme with a closer look at a very hard but necessary part of coping with bad experiences: giving yourself permission to overcome self-doubt. Lire la suite »

Les députés s'écharpent sur… la chemise de François Ruffin — Assemblée nationale


Nouvelle interruption du député FI: "Bon, ça doit être un problème central dans cette Assemblée". Très enthousiastes, les députés de la droite lui ont répondu qu'il "n'était pas la police de l'Assemblée". Ce qui a notamment énervé les députés du groupe France insoumise , Jean-Luc Mélenchon à sa tête: " On n'est pas en Iran ici pour la police des vêtements! " a lancé le patron du groupe. Lire la suite »

Lahore bombing death toll rises to 22 — The Latest


Initial police investigations suggested it might be a suicide bomb attack. Lahore police chief Capt (R) Amin Wains confirmed that it was a suicide attack and the "target was police". The explosions of tanks of gas, used by the Pakistanis to do the cooking and some of the vehicles, are also frequent in the country. He added that security forces are conducting their probe. Lire la suite »

Japanese who restored Angkor Wat wins Magsaysay Award


De Lima, PEZA's first director general, served the government agency for 21 years, until her retirement in 2016 . Bucking tremendous pressures and threats, Director-General de Lima single-mindedly pursued a program of reform: she determinedly halved the bloated 1,000-person bureaucracy she had inherited from a system of political patronage. Lire la suite »

John McCain to return to Senate Tuesday for health care vote


His aides announced last week that he underwent surgery to remove a blood clot from above his left eye , and tests confirmed discovery of a brain tumor known as a glioblastoma , a particularly aggressive cancer. This vote does not repeal or replace the Affordable Care Act, but it sets the Senate on a course of discussing and perhaps amending a bill that would do just that. Lire la suite »

Putin says joint drill with China not to start new military alliance


Putin made the remarks at a press conference in Savonlinna, eastern Finland where he was paying a working visit to observe the centenary of Finnish independence. Regardless, a majority of Finns do not support accession to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation because of a deep-rooted belief in military non-alignment. Lire la suite »

Le Premier ministre remanie son gouvernement — Cyberscandale en Suède


Mais le chef du gouvernement n'a pas voulu sacrifier ce troisième ministre. La société américaine fait appel à des sous-traitants tchèques et roumains. En cause, une énorme fuite de données concernant de nombreux citoyens suédois et qui a fait la une des médias locaux ces derniers temps. Les ministres de la Défense et de l'Intérieur sont eux accusés de n'avoir fait remonter l'information qu'en janvier au premier ministre, alors qu'ils la connaissaient depuis 2016. Lire la suite »

K-9 Uses Scent Kit to Find Missing Woman With Dementia


When deputies arrived, they found her scent preservation kit, which she had completed two and a half years ago. Manufacturers say a scent kit works better than an item of clothing when tracking a missing person as it hasn't been contaminated with other scents or odours. Lire la suite »

GE nabs turbine deal for 2-GW wind project in Oklahoma


The project is part of the $4.5 billion Wind Catcher Energy Connection, which includes an approximately 350-mile, dedicated, extra-high-voltage power line. It also estimated it would contribute roughly $300 million in property taxes over its life. Bloomberg notes a trend of utilities trying to purchase these facilities and recover costs instead of buying the output from the developer through a contract, especially as solar and wind costs decline and compete with natural gas and coal. Lire la suite »

SC to announce Panama Leaks verdict tomorrow


A three-implementation bench of the the Supreme Court had concluded the hearings in the Panama Papers case and reserved its judgement on July 21. The Panama Papers scandal unraveled to the world with shock and Pakistan was no exception especially when its ruling elite were discovered to have stashed their wealth offshore. Lire la suite »

Quinze sapeurs-pompiers de l'Oise envoyés en renfort


Ce mercredi, en fin d'après midi, le ministère de l'intérieur a décidé d'envoyer des sapeurs Nordistes en renfort. Pour leur prêter main forte, dix sapeurs-pompiers de la Manche se rendent dans le Sud de la France pour une mission de 8 jours . Lire la suite »

Japan's Democratic Party chief Renho to step down


A woman once tipped as Japan's first female prime minister abruptly stepped down as leader of the opposition yesterday, leaving the country's second biggest party leaderless, even as the country's prime minister is beset by damaging scandals. Lire la suite »

Froome confirms Vuelta cycling classic


A year later, Froome became the team leader and won his first Tour, a result he has now repeated three times. "But I went ahead and pushed it, which was what Froome wanted". The situation was reminiscent of the 2012 Tour when Froome himself was Bradley Wiggins' right-hand man and appeared to be stronger than his fellow Brit, who took the yellow jersey that year. Lire la suite »

India's Feature Phone Sector Braces for Reliance Jios' Entry


According to a survey conducted by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), India is said to have more than 850 million online users by 2025 and Reliance Jio will trigger the majority growth in the country, IANS reported. Jio started charging customers in April, explaining Airtel's better-than-expected performance in the June quarter (analysts polled by Bloomberg had predicted a Rs282 crore net profit), but Friday's Jiophone announcement opened up a new front. Lire la suite »

Physics teacher Eleanor Wilson who had sex with pupil in plane toilet


The former teacher, who did not appear at the hearing despite several efforts to contact her, was found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct and will not be able to apply to teach ever again. "There was evidence that the teacher's actions were deliberate and continued for a significant length of time despite her understanding that her behavior was inappropriate". Lire la suite »

Chief Constable Phil Gormley is under investigation by PIRC


Scotland's chief police constable is being investigated for alleged gross misconduct after a complaint by another officer. "If the SPA decides that a misconduct allegation is to be investigated, it must refer the allegation to the independent Police Investigations and Review Commissioner (PIRC)". Lire la suite »

2 abducted Pak diplomatic officials arrive in Pakistan


They were kidnapped while travelling from Jalalabad to Torkham on June 16, 2017. President Ghani personally phoned Pakistan's Charge d'Affaires in Kabul to inform the mission that Afghan security forces had recovered the officials, a Foreign Office statement here said. Lire la suite »

SC junks mandamus petitions vs martial law in Mindanao

Associate Justice Teresita de Castro penned the high court's decision, which drew a unanimous vote, and came three days after a joint session of the House of Representatives and the Senate voted 261-18 to approve the President's proposal to extend that original martial law until December 31, 2017. Lire la suite »

Two more German women identified among group held in Iraq


The watchdog urged the US government to suspend all support for the 16th Division of the Iraqi army pending an investigation into what it called war crimes, evidence of which was seen by two worldwide observers. It led to thousands of Iraqi soldiers, Kurdish fighters, Sunni Arab tribesmen and Shia militiamen, assisted by US-led coalition warplans and military advisers, to participate in an offensive which started in October 2016. Lire la suite »