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Sanctions Bill plan to cut off funding for terrorists


Financial and economic sanctions, when they are not set up at United Nations level, are now negotiated and implemented through the European Union. MINISTERS paved the way for Brexit by unveiling greater powers to issue sanctions - and cut off terrorist funding. Lire la suite »

Paytm Messaging service to roll out to compete WhatsApp in India


The Paytm app will start out mimicking WhatsApp with chat app features including text, image, video and audio messaging, but it plans to go beyond the basics to integrate more sophisticated features. Also, Samsung launched Samsung Pay mobile payments service in India with its flagship phones Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. The company has plans to open almost 31 more branches and 3,000 customer service points in the first roll out. Lire la suite »

IT sleuths search Karnataka minister's house, resort suite in Bengaluru

The resort is located in the Bengaluru Rural Lok Sabha constituency, represented by Congress lawmaker D.K. Suresh, younger brother of Shivakumar, a lawmaker from the Kanakapura assembly segment in the district. Rattled by the desertion of its six MLAs, the party has shifted over 40 of them to the resort to keep its flock together ahead of the August 8 Rajya Sabha poll. Lire la suite »

Riyadh Accuses Iran of Protracting Probe Into Saudi Diplomatic Missions Attacks


Iran on Tuesday rejected as "wrong and unreal" claims by Saudi Arabia on its delegation having been denied visa to launch a probe into the storming of its diplomatic posts in Tehran and Mashhad, providing visa and flight details. He went on to say that the agreement in that connection was mutual and bilateral and after acceptance of the Principle of Reciprocity by the Saudi Foreign Ministry, the Iranian party issued visas for the Saudi delegation about one month ago. Lire la suite »

Met release figures on use of force


The data also showed 643 officers were injured during the three-month period. In 70% of incidents the person involved was aged under 35, and in more than 85% of use-of-force incidents the subject was male. "We have been training officers on the new form through officer safety training and briefings". He described the collation of the data as a "positive step". Lire la suite »

"Yes, la meuf est dead" : le SMS polémique de Sibeth Ndiaye


Le Canard enchaînée " publie aujourd'hui un article qui révèle un SMS étrange envoyé par Sibeth N'Diaye, conseillère com' du président au mois de juin. Une réponse plutôt déplacée que l'intéressée nie avoir jamais faite: " Le SMS est totalement faux [.] et ce n'est pas la seule erreur". Le journal souligne que l'Élysée chercher désormais à " muscler sa com', bref mettre Sibeth Ndiaye sous tutelle ". Lire la suite »

Fired Fox News Exec Bill Shine Eyed for White House


A third person informed on the discussions said the White House is considering a behind-the-scenes position for Shine, who largely avoided the spotlight in his role at Fox News . " Bill Shine is talented enough that he doesn't need my help in getting a job in the White House or any other position", Hannity said in a statement. Lire la suite »

Hessen: 18 Parteien mit Landeslisten zur Bundestagswahl


Details nannte er nicht. So empfahl Sachs dem Landeswahlausschuss, die AfD-Liste zuzulassen. Auch zu deren Inhalt äußerte sich das Ministerium nicht. In den übrigen Bundesländern, wo die Landeswahlausschüsse ebenfalls am Freitag über die Parteienlisten für die deutsche Bundestagswahl am 24. Lire la suite »

Terror tax: Luggage limits and delays the new normal


Passengers sit with their luggage near the check-in counters at the Sydney Airport domestic terminal. REUTERS/David Gray Police officers watch a woman as she enters her home located next to a residence being searched after Australian counter-terrorism police arrested four people in raids late on Saturday across several Sydney suburbs in Australia , July 30, 2017. Lire la suite »

Le PS contraint de vendre son siège historique ?


Financières surtout, parce qu'avec "les 6,5% de Hamon à la présidentielle et les 30 députés socialistes, le PS va connaître un trou dans ses recettes", a-t-il encore dit. Il se dit favorable au déménagement du siège afin, dit-il, de " créer une nouvelle histoire ". Or, la vente de l'hôtel particulier du 10 rue de Solférino pourrait rapporter quarante millions d'euros. Lire la suite »

Washington montre ses muscles — Corée du Nord


Le régime de Kim Jong-Un a tiré vendredi dernier son deuxième missile balistique intercontinental (ICBM) en moins d'un mois, qu'elle a estimé capable de frapper le continent américain. Face aux tensions croissantes, la Chine joue les pompiers, son ministère des Affaires étrangères appelant les parties concernées à la prudence. "Si les Yankees (.) osent à nouveau brandir le bâton nucléaire sur cette terre (.), la RPDC leur apprendra les manières en usant de la force stratégique nucléaire", ... Lire la suite »

Trump close to decision on China trade sanctions


The US government might launch a probe into a Chinese intellectual property system, where foreign companies are required to transfer technologies to local subsidiaries and partners. "Both China and Europe also bankroll their exports through grants, low-priced loans, energy subsidies, special value-added tax refunds and below-market real estate sales, among other means", Ross wrote. Lire la suite »

Scaramucci dead: Harvard Law School apologises for alumni directory error


Basically, he's probably having a pretty lousy day. One of his classmates said he was well-liked and a "big personality" at Harvard Law School . Scaramucci graduated from Harvard Law School in 1989 but never practiced as an attorney. The announcement comes just hours after former General John Kelly was sworn in as the U.S. president's new chief of staff. Mr. Scaramucci felt it was best to give Chief of Staff John Kelly a clean slate and the ability to build his own team. Lire la suite »

Western Kentucky suspends freshman C Robinson


Western Kentucky freshman Mitchell Robinson, a five-star recruit, has been granted a release from his basketball scholarship and will transfer, the school announced on Tuesday. "Mitchell is a good kid, but the team will always be more important than one individual player". Another option for Robinson is to head overseas and play professionally for a season before entering the 2018 NBA Draft. Lire la suite »

No MLA searched, raid only on one Karnataka minister: Jaitley

The search at the Minister's posh residence in the city's upscale northwest suburb and his deluxe room at the resort caught the ruling party in Karnataka unaware and led to condemnation. For the third seat, the party has fielded Balwantsinh Rajput who will lock horns with Ahmed Patel. "Earlier attempts were made to bribe the Gujarat Congress MLAs". Lire la suite »

Accused killer calls Australia a racist country


Nine years ago Puneet Puneet was reportedly involved in a vehicle accident which killed 19-year-old nursing student Dean Hofstee. "Indians are not safe in Australia, and every case against India has some racial point into it. "Australians are biased towards Indians so I request Indian authorities to take care of its nationals", he said. Melbourne-born designer Anna Maria D'Annibale also testified. Lire la suite »

Une famille chute en se prenant en photo — Hérault


Dans sa chute, la mère a réussi à protéger son enfant. Heureusement les victimes n'ont pas heurté de gros rochers. La famille a été prise en charge à l'hôpital de Béziers, la mère souffre des cervicales et l'enfant a une plaie de quelques centimètres derrière l'oreille. Lire la suite »

Woman mauled to death by dog in Perth


Police on Wednesday confirmed the woman could not be saved and sadly died as a result of her injuries. "One would think that if ... police find the dogs caused the death, then you would assume that the dogs would be put down". Police aren't treating her death as suspicious and are preparing a report for the coroner. They are waiting to hear from police before taking further action. Lire la suite »

Hot Car Deaths Spike as Child-Safety Bills Advance


U.S. Senators Richard Blumenthal and Al Franken announced the introduction of the Helping Overcome Trauma for Children Alone in Rear Seat Act (HOT CARS Act ) to help prevent heatstroke deaths of children trapped in hot cars. "This is a big concern in our community". "Parents can download apps like Waze for their smart phones", said Penny. He says he'll remember this day for the rest of his life. Lire la suite »