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Le nombre de flashs a augmenté de 23,6% en 2016 — Radars automatiques


Tous situés sur des " axes à très fort trafic ", précise la Sécurité routière . Les voitures-radars connaissent une augmentation des flashs de 26,8%. A noter que les radars de feux rouges ont, eux, légèrement moins flashé (-3,1%), ce qui montre, selon la sécurité routière, "que les conducteurs sont plus attentifs aux abords des carrefours équipés". Read More »

Apple considering 4K support for iTunes


Twitter users checked their own iTunes purchase history to confirm after the listings were leaked. Although, the titles still download in HD, the reference suggests that Apple may be working towards making 4K HDR content available, perhaps alongside the release of a new Apple TV. Read More »

Netanyahou dit vouloir expulser Al-Jazeera d'Israël

J'appelle à fermer leur bureau de Jérusalem. Si ce n'est pas réalisable pour des raisons d'interprétation juridique, j'agirai pour créer les lois nécessaires afin de les expulser d'Israël. De nombreux analystes y ont vu une tentative de l'État hébreu pour aller vers une " normalisation " des relations avec les pays arabes. Et au lendemain du début de la nouvelle crise du Golfe, le ministre de la Défense israélien, Avigdor Lieberman, voyait dans l'affaire une fenêtre d'opportunité pour des " ... Read More »

North Korea launches ICBM: Pentagon


On Friday, the Pentagon had said that it detected what it called a ballistic missile launch from North Korea. He said it flew "in excess of 40 minutes" and traveled about 1,000 kilometers laterally before splashing down into the Sea of Japan, about 163 kilometers from Hokkaido, Japan's second-largest island. Read More »

Charlie Gard, bébé atteint d'une maladie rare, est décédé — Grande-Bretagne


A quelques jours de son premier anniversaire, Charlie Gard est mort ce vendredi 28 juillet, a annoncé sa famille. L'enfant souffrait d'une maladie génétique neurodégénérative , le syndrome de déplétion de l'ADN mitochondrial, qui affecte les cellules responsables de la production d'énergie et de la respiration, le laissant incapable de respirer sans ventilation artificielle. Read More »

Russian Reaction to Follow if US Adopts Sanctions Bill


Thirty-five Russian diplomats were expelled from the United States in December under sanctions President Barack Obama imposed over Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 election. The North Korea sanctions are meant to thwart Pyongyang's ambition for nuclear weapons by cutting off access to the cash the reclusive nation needs to follow through with its plans. Read More »

Priebus Out as Chief of Staff, Replaced with Trump 'Star' John Kelly


Kelly to the White House. Still, his status as a party insider caught the attention of some Trump supporters, including Tea Party leader Jenny Beth Martin. With Priebus now gone, there's a new risk for Scaramucci, which is that as we know, Trump doesn't like anyone stealing too much of his spotlight. Who else would be at the "head" besides the person whose job it is to run the White House? Trump was aboard Air Force One as his tweets were issued. Read More »

Russia ready to cooperate with US, Russia's Lavrov told Tillerson: ministry

White House Communications director Anthony Scaramucci told CNN on Thursday that Trump may "sign the sanctions exactly the way they are or he may veto the sanctions and negotiate an even tougher deal against the Russians". The legislation includes language that bars Trump from easing or waiving the additional penalties on Russian Federation unless Congress agrees. A White House official said the bill would be reviewed, "but we strongly support sanctions against all three countries". Read More »

GOP blame-game begins after Senate sinks health care drive


Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, said he believes Republicans will push the bill through the House and Senate and onto President Trump's desk by Sunday. The original Senate repeal and replace legislation would continue to calculate subsidies on income and cost of coverage in one's area, but it would be less generous for many folks than Obamacare's payments. Read More »

France 3 crée la surprise et se hisse devant TF1


Devant un public composé exclusivement de couples, Arthur avait préparé à ses invités un prime spécial amour de Vendredi tout est permis . France 2 complète le podium avec la rediffusion d'épisodes de sa série policière " Cherif ". Enfin, France 5 et les Routes de l'impossible au Pakistan ont conquis près de 4,7% de part d'audience, avec 838 000 téléspectateurs. Il a été suivi par 853.000 personnes (pda 4.8%). Read More »

McCain Gets Standing Ovation Before Casting Key Health Care Vote

McCain has been absent from the Senate due to cranial surgery to remove a blood clot behind his eye. President Donald Trump celebrated the vote during a press conference, telling reporters he was grateful for McCain's return. The senator, who won a sixth term past year, plans to return to Washington at the end of Congress' August recess. Senator John McCain, recently diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer , departs after returning to the Senate to vote on health care ... Read More »

Coastal Carolina football coach taking medical leave


But he said the reaction needs to be addressed for his long-term heath, and his doctors are confident that five months off will take care of the problem. Jamey Chadwell , Coastal's offensive coordinator and associate head coach, will serve as the interim coach for 2017. "He is gifted with an ability to evaluate situations and make decisions from a perspective most people don't see". Read More »

US House scraps border tax proposal

Republicans have been advocating a border adjustment tax as a component of their tax reform plans, claiming it would make USA business more competitive internationally and would raise revenue needed to offset a corporate tax rate cut and other reductions. Read More »

Russia's response to USA sanctions to hinge on final bill text: Putin


Starting August 1, the U.S. Embassy will lose access to "the storage facilities on Dorozhnaya Street in Moscow and the country house in Serebryany Bor". "Such blackmail, aimed at limiting the interaction of foreign partners with Russian Federation, carries a threat to many countries and worldwide businesses". Read More »

Russian Federation demands U.S. reduce diplomatic staff


The policy will also add sanctions against North Korea and Iran . The bill will now be sent to the White House for Trump to sign into law or veto. On Thursday morning Trump's new communications director Anthony Scaramucci suggested he could veto the legislation. "I believe that Putin still believes there might be something he can do with Trump". Read More »

Barclays PLC Reiterates Buy Rating for Callon Petroleum Company (NYSE:CPE)

They now have a Dollars 21 price target on the stock. A number of equities analysts have recently commented on CPE shares. They set a "buy" rating and a $16.00 price objective for the company. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION NOTICE: This piece of content was originally posted by Stock Observer and is the sole property of of Stock Observer. If you are accessing this report on another website, it was copied illegally and reposted in violation of US and worldwide copyright & trademark legislation. Read More »

Congress shifts 44 Gujarat MLAs to party-ruled Karnataka


The party has experienced leaders like Bharatsinh Solanki and Arjun Modhwadia who have the ability to overcome this handicap. The lawmakers were shifted, ostensibly to prevent rival Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from poaching them ahead of the Rajya Sabha poll in Gujarat on August 8. Read More »

Affordable Care Act has made 'America stronger,' Obama spokesman says


Other Republicans called on their colleague to start over and work with Democrats through the regular committee process to craft an ACA overhaul that could win bipartisan support. "So the president isn't the problem". Fractures within the Republican party have so far killed three separate bills for replacing or repealing the ACA over the last few weeks. Read More »

22 pc rise in ticketless rail travellers in last 3 yrs


Gohain further said that deployment of new coaches or refurbished coaches was generally done both for new trains as well as for existing trains depending on operational feasibility, maintenance practices, and passenger demand obtained at the time. Read More »

Russia Retaliates For Sanctions Approval, Hitting At US Diplomatic Corps


The legislation, approved by the Senate in a 98 to 2 vote and the House by 419 to 3, requires that the President obtain congressional approval before it can lift existing Russian Federation sanctions brought on by Russia's invasion of Ukraine , its annexation of Crimea, intervention in Syria, and human rights violations at home. Read More »