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U.S. sets September 1 date for start of N Korea travel ban


According to a version of the order-currently unpublished in the Federal Registrar-"The Department of State has determined that the serious risk to the United States nationals of arrest and long-term detention represents imminent danger to the physical safety of the United States nationals traveling to and within the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)". Lire la suite »

Billionaire Samsung Heir Denies Bribery Charges


On Wednesday, former Samsung Electronics CEO Choi Gee-sung told the court he'd only informed Lee in the summer of 2016 about that contribution, and that Lee would have stopped it had he known. and Cheil Industries Inc. The court will allow Samsung lawyers and independent counsel to debate today and Friday and hear their closing arguments on Monday. Lire la suite »

CM lashes out at BJP for eliminating LPG subsidy


How will people survive if they are subjected to such economic attacks one after another", chief minister said. CM Mamata Banerjee, while addressing a rally at North Dinajpur, said, "Subsidy is a social responsibility of the government and lifting such subsidy will increase the harassment of the poor". Lire la suite »

Trump Threatens Congress' Health Care; Senate Republicans Don't Seem Too Worried


The "insurance company bailouts" are known as cost-sharing reductions, or CSRs . The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that a coalition of 16 state attorneys general, all of whom want to preserve the subsidies, may intervene in the appeal of a lawsuit over the fate of cost-sharing subsidies - payments the government makes to insurers on behalf of about 7 million low-income Americans who receive breaks on their health plans' deductibles and other ... Lire la suite »

Ryanair chief says Brexit threat to UK-EU flights increasing


Transport Minister Chris Grayling. "It's odds against a deal being done in advance of Christmas 2018 because it is in the Europeans' interest to not have a deal done", Mr O'Leary told journalists in London. "The (UK) government is aware of this risk, and this is yet another reason why there is a growing expectation that an interim arrangement will be necessary to allow for a post-Brexit UK-EU deal to be properly negotiated and agreed, including as regards aviation", he told Reuters. Lire la suite »

SMU students angered over lawn display policy change


Since 2015, YAF has organized the 9/11 Never Forget Project , placing small flags on the lawn in front of the campus' iconic Dallas Hall, a centrally located hotspot where students congregate regularly. At SMU, the event has previously been held on the well-trafficked Dallas Hall Lawn, a prominent location on campus. SMU said MoMac Park is a larger site "near the center of campus along Bishop Boulevard, the most prominent drive on campus". Lire la suite »

Body of Texas woman found in hole on Maryland beach


Ashley O'Connor, of Plano, Texas, was found buried on a beach in Ocean City . Police told the Delmarva Daily Times that the sand in the hole that O'Conner was in collapsed on her. At about the same time, the woman's mother and stepfather alerted police she was missing. State police crime scene technicians assisted Ocean City police's Forensics Services Unit. Lire la suite »

Philippines president calls North Korea leader a fool


Manila: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is a "maniac" who could destroy Asia by triggering a nuclear war, Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte said Wednesday, ahead of a regional summit to be attended by the regime's foreign minister. " A limited confrontation and it blows up here, I will tell you, the fallout can deplete the soil, the resources and I don't know what will happen to us ". Lire la suite »

Palestinian teen detained after stabbing Israeli man


The 42-year-old Israeli man was in critical condition and taken to an area hospital. Closed-circuit footage from the supermarket shows the Palestinian walk past the Israeli as he arranged goods on a shelf and then pull a knife out from under his shirt. Lire la suite »

Trump impose des sanctions à la Russie


Le texte prévoyait en effet un mécanisme inédit qui déplaisait au chef d'Etat américain: les parlementaires favorables aux sanctions, dotés d'une majorité des deux tiers au Congrès, pouvaient s'arroger le droit de s'interposer si jamais le président américain avait décidé de suspendre des sanctions existantes contre la Russie. Lire la suite »

Kuwait Denies its Waters are Used for Transferring Iranian Arms to Houthis

Kuwait has refuted news by Reuters news agency regarding Iran's exploitation of Kuwaiti waters to deliver arms and military assistance to the Houthis in Yemen, said a statement by Kuwait's Foreign Ministry. Yemen is more than two years into a civil war pitting the Iran-aligned Houthis against the government of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, which is backed by a Saudi-led coalition. Lire la suite »

Trump Signs New Russian Sanctions Bill Into Law


Trump's secretive and personal intervention, first reported by The Washington Post , casts doubt on claims he knew nothing about a meeting during the 2016 campaign that is now central to a federal investigation. "That is truly breathtaking", Mr. Turley said. In recent weeks, the scandal has taken a back seat to White House chaos amid the departure of Trump's chief of staff Reince Priebus, his short-lived communications director Anthony Scaramucci and press secretary Sean Spicer. Lire la suite »

Un cuisinier de l'armée poignardé à mort par un SDF — Morbihan


La victime était employée civil au sein du 3e RIMA, le régiment d'infanterie de la marine à Vannes . Aucune information sur les motifs de son geste, ni sur le point de départ de l'altercation, n'a pour l'instant été révélée. "C'est dramatique. Il y a des fous" a-t-il déclaré. Les gendarmes ont interpellé l'individu suspecté d'avoir poignardé à mort un homme, à Ploeren. Là aussi la victime avait succombé à ses blessures dans la nuit. Lire la suite »

Le taux de participation à l'élection aurait été "manipulé" — Venezuela


Les chiffres de participation dimanche à l'élection des 545 membres de l'Assemblée constituante du Venezuela ont été truqués: c'est du moins ce qu'affirme mercredi l'entreprise informatique chargée du scrutin. Mardi, deux des chefs de file de l'opposition vénézuélienne ont été placés en détention sur ordre de la Cour suprême, alliée à Nicolas Maduro, qui les accuse d'avoir planifié leur évasion. Lire la suite »

People trapped after explosion at Minneapolis school


Police and firefighters are on the scene at Minnehaha Academy . Minneapolis' KARE-TV posted on Twitter a photo of emergency vehicles at the school. River Parkway. Multiple people are trapped beneath the collapse. In addition to Minneapolis authorities, medics with the St. Paul Fire Department also responded to the scene to provide aid. Lire la suite »

Le prince Philip tire sa révérence — Grande-Bretagne


Le titre "À GARDER À GARDER À GARDER Le prince Philip, duc d'Édimbourg, meurt à XX ans" indique qu'il s'agit d'une erreur. Sa rencontre avec des soldats britanniques qui ont complété un périple de près de 2700 kilomètres pour récolter des fonds pour des organisations caritatives constituera son 22 219e, et dernier, engagement public. Lire la suite »

Diputados chavistas rompen con Maduro y crean nuevo grupo en el Parlamento


Contreras aseguró que del Bloque Parlamentario Socialista también forma parte la legisladora Ivonne Téllez . Defienden legado de Chávez . "Se incorporan a la Asamblea los diputados Eustoquio Contreras y Germán Ferrer". Además, afirmó, que en 17 años el chavismo gobernante no pudo resolver los problemas de los venezolanos. En respuesta a su mensaje, el presidente de la Cámara de Diputados, el opositor Julio Borges , aseguró que el gesto de estos tres disidentes "los enaltece". Lire la suite »

L'ancien président Lula inculpé pour une nouvelle affaire de corruption — Brésil

Il s'agit de la sixième inculpation de Lula, pour corruption, liée cette fois à des avantages en nature dont il aurait bénéficié de la part d'entreprises du bâtiment pour la rénovation d'une ferme. L'ancien président, condamné le mois dernier à neuf ans et demi de prison dans la première des six affaires de corruption pour lesquelles il est désormais poursuivi, se dit innocent. Lire la suite »