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State Police: Man drowned at Miller's Pond State Park in Durham

Bonilla was also at the park with his wife. "They chose to come here to swim for the kids to have fun, and I guess he was with his daughter for a while swimming, and then he made a decision to drop his daughter off and go for a couple laps and swim", described family friend, Alex Tapia. Lire la suite »

Constitutional crisis looms if Trump fires Mueller

A Republican senator suggested Donald Trump should refrain from commenting on the Russian Federation investigation, despite it being "hard" for him to do so. Starr had no prosecutorial experience at all. It is fair game, however, for President Trump's legal team to question Mueller's judgment about expanding of the scope of his investigation beyond the assignment of probing possible collusion with the pro-Trump/anti-Clinton Russian government meddling in the presidential campaign - an ... Lire la suite »

Families evacuated after crane collapse


It came to rest against the former shop in West Street, Reading. Emergency services were called to the scene in West Street at just before 2pm. 'The crane, which is approximately 60 meters tall, collapsed and is now resting against a shop in the road. Lire la suite »

La révolte des bikinis fleurit en été — Algérie


En Algérie, des groupes de femmes se réunissent chaque jour, depuis le début de la saison estivale, sur les plages du nord-est algérien, dans le but de défier les préjugés qu'elle estiment très oppressants pour les femmes portant des maillots de bain sur les plages. Lire la suite »

Verstappen pleased with Red Bull progression


Ricciardo , who is fourth in the championship and 60 points behind Ferrari's leader Sebastian Vettel at the mid-point in the season, recorded a best time of one minute and 18.455 seconds in the afternoon session in Mogyorod, just outside of Budapest. Lire la suite »

SundanceTV greenlights Canadian "tainted blood" drama Unspeakable


Considered one of the largest preventable medical disasters in Canadian history, the contamination prompted a federal inquiry and billions of dollars in claims. AMC Studios will manage worldwide distribution outside of Canada. The series is created by Robert C. Cooper , who will serve as showrunner. "SundanceTV has a reputation for bringing our viewers the best programming from around the world, and the ability to do that with a creative partner like Rob, who has done such remarkable work ... Lire la suite »

Railways may soon stop providing blankets in AC coaches. Here's why


Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha had told the Rajya Sabha during Question Hour in 2016 that while the bedsheets were washed everyday the blankets were washed every two months. The railways' spokesperson Anil Saxena, as reported by ET, said that the passengers travelling in AC first class coaches are given covered blankets. Lire la suite »

Top Republican drafting bill to protect special counsel

Weirdly, Trump hasn't simply fired Sessions, choosing, instead, to apparently try to humiliate Sessions into quitting. Trump told Russian officials in the Oval Office that Comey was sacked because "he was insane, a real nut job". As Washington whispers about a constitutional crisis, Republican and Democratic senators are working together to craft a measure that would block President Donald Trump from being able to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller , or any other independent ... Lire la suite »

Une fusillade dans une discothèque fait 2 morts et 4 blessés — Allemagne


Après un échange de coups de feu, la police est parvenue à abattre l'auteur de la fusillade. Les tirs ont créé un mouvement de panique, de nombreux clients de l'établissement fuyant dans les environs ou se cachant à l'intérieur. Le danger a été écarté, a-t-il indiqué. Le ou les auteurs ont été mis " hors d'état de nuire ", a ajouté la police, sans préciser s'ils avaient été interpellés. Lire la suite »

Tir nord-coréen : la Chine appelle à la retenue


L'agence de presse officielle nord-coréenne KCNA a assuré samedi que le tir de l'ICBM avait été une réussite, supervisé en personne par Kim Jong-un. Washington et Séoul envisagent des " options de réaction militaire ". Du côté du Japon, l'un des pays les plus exposés à la menace des missiles nord-coréens, le Premier ministre Shinzo Abe a confirmé "avoir reçu des informations préliminaires sur un nouveau lancement de missile balistique nord-coréen". Lire la suite »

Trafic interrompu à Montparnasse — Trains Paris-Bordeaux


Une partie des TGV est déportée vers la gare d'Austerlitz dans les deux sens. Situation chaotique ce dimanche matin à la gare de Paris-Montparnasse. "Certains trains sont reportés en gare de Paris Austerlitz et Massy", indique la SNCF. Le trafic devrait reprendre à 12 heures, affirme le service SNCF Transilien. Lire la suite »

Pakistan Army wants jihadi Prime Minister, says BJP's Subramanian Swamy


Nawaz Sharif stepped down as Pakistan's prime minister Friday, after the Supreme Court ordered his removal over accusations of corruption in a ruling that is likely to shift the country's tumultuous political balance. The ruling plunged Pakistan into political turmoil, although judges asked the country's figurehead president to "ensure continuation of the democratic process". Lire la suite »

Two militants killed in Pulwama gunfight


A counter-operation is now underway. According to Kashmir Media Services , in Held Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism killed two more Kashmiri youth in Pulwama district, today. Meanwhile, the Pakistani Army has again violated the ceasefire by resorting to unprovoked firing at Indian position at the LoC in Poonch district. Previously on July 29, Indian and Pakistan armies traded heavy fire on the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district after Pakistan violated ... Lire la suite »

Senate rejects 'skinny repeal' of ACA as 3 Republicans vote 'no'


John McCain , who flew back for the vote after being diagnosed with brain cancer , dealt the final blow to the so-called skinny repeal, walking on to the floor, turning his thumb down, and saying "No". "I'm not going to vote for a bill that is awful policy and frightful politics", Senator Graham said . "It's time to turn the page", said Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer of NY. Lire la suite »

Johnson blames 'dysfunctional process' for failed Obamacare repeal vote


House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi similarly thanked McCain for "establishing a higher level of participation", indicating the level of bipartisanship she would like to see moving forward. Many read that as a sign that he would ultimately support one of the bills, perhaps a pared-back version of Obamacare repeal, or that enough GOP Senators would eventually get on board to cobble together the requisite 50 votes. Lire la suite »

Typhoon injures 81 in Taiwan as another storm approaches


Part of southern Taiwan will have rain and winds, and central and northern Taiwan may have periodical rainfall with heavy rain expected in coastal areas. TV footage showed soldiers sending food to some homes in Pingtung where streets remained flooded. NASA's Aqua satellite passed over Typhoon Nesat as the storm continued moving north toward Taiwan. Lire la suite »

Up in the air on health care


Nobody knows. Whatever side of the health care issue you take, this is irresponsible. "We must remain vigilant and continue speaking up and out against those who would prefer to play politics with the nation's health care system rather than earnestly work to improve it." Sen. Lire la suite »

Philippine cops gun down mayor, daughter denounced by Duterte in drug raid


Duterte has singled out local officials, policemen and judges as part of a crackdown that has made him popular with many Filipinos but has been condemned by human rights groups and other critics. Since he took office, police have reported killing almost 3,200 people in the drug war. Members of the Regional Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG), together with the Misamis Occidental Police Provincial Office and the Ozamiz City Police Station raided the Parojinog residence at around ... Lire la suite »

Brexit could prompt Welsh-UK Labour split, says Andrews


In its recent manifesto, Labour said it "accepts the referendum result". The Labour party has been split on Brexit since the referendum last summer, with the leadership, including Jeremy Corbyn saying the result should be respected but other high-level MPs calling for another referendum. Lire la suite »

For Palestinians, holy site showdown represents rare victory


Citing the continued unrest, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered that the police presence be bolstered throughout areas of the Old City and east Jerusalem surrounding the al-Aqsa compound. On Thursday night, dozens of Palestinians who have taken shelter inside the al-Qibli Mosque were surrounded by Israeli forces that cut off electricity in an attempt to force them outside of the compound. Lire la suite »

Manafort meets with Senate officials on Russian Federation


Adam Hickey, a deputy assistant attorney general, told Senate lawmakers that the Foreign Agents Registration Act - a law aimed at ensuring transparency about lobbying efforts done in the the direction of foreign governments or principals - contains multiple exemptions for registration and requires proof that someone meant to break the law by failing to disclose their work. Lire la suite »

Trump nombra a John Kelly jefe de gabinete en sustitución de Priebus


El presidente de Estados Unidos , Donald Trump , reemplazó a su aproblemado jefe de gabinete Reince Priebus tras sólo seis meses en el cargo y nombró al general retirado John Kelly en una importante reestructuración de su equipo. Priebus se había convertido en blanco de los ataques del nuevo director de comunicaciones de la mansión presidencial, Anthony Scaramucci . "Estoy aquí para servir al país". Lire la suite »