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Lalu Yadav's benami property: IT raids 22 locations

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The report also said that searches are being conducted at the premises of the son of RJD MP PC Gupta and few other businessmen. The Bharatiya Janata Party leaders had alleged Lalu Prasad was connected to hundreds of " benami " properties. Read More »

Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey

The Trump administration is looking to fill the job after President Donald Trump fired Director James Comey this week. The threat is not a completely theoretical one: President Nixon, who was forced to resign under threat of impeachment, and President Clinton, who was impeached, were both accused of obstruction of justice. Read More »

Expert who beat cyberattack says he's no hero

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CORRECTS FROM HUTCHIS TO HUTCHINS -British IT expert Marcus Hutchins who has been branded a hero for slowing down the WannaCry global cyber attack, speaks during an interview in Ilfracombe, England, Monday, May 15, 2017 . After all, now he is a computer celebrity. "My name is out in the papers (and) my general location is, so I don't think I'm ever going back to being the malware tech that no one knew". Read More »

Decision to jail Ahok politically driven: Lawyer

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The maximum sentence is four years in prison for hate speech and five years for blasphemy. Another judge, Abdul Rosyad, said the two-year sentence was because "the defendant did not feel guilt, the defendant's act has caused anxiety and hurt Muslims ". Read More »

Independents hold the key in Ashfield's county council elections

Lib Dem president Baroness Brinton said the picture was "a bit patchy" for her party but "our areas of strength, we have done very well in, and I think that does bode well for the General Election". The Conservatives held on to Wiltshire , taking seats from all other parties. Despite a touted resurgence from the Lib Dems, Tim Farron's party failed to make any real gains and lost more than 40 seats. Read More »

South Korean won up on Moon win

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The South is also embroiled in a dispute with China over a controversial United States missile defence system, which Beijing sees as a threat. "I am willing to work together with you so that the development of China-South Korea relations can better benefit the two countries and two peoples", Xi said in his message. Read More »

Les défis du Président Macron — France

Selon son entourage, un Premier ministre de droite n'est pas exclu. Le second tour a été marqué par la plus forte abstention depuis 1969 (près de 25%). Le secrétaire général de son mouvement En marche! , Richard Ferrand, a estimé dimanche que "la moitié du chemin a été faite". Une quasi-exigence pour Bruno Le Maire, l'un des Républicains ayant clairement manifesté sa disponibilité pour intégrer le gouvernement. Read More »

François Baroin "regrette" la décision d'Edouard Philippe — Matignon

Cette nomination d'un élu de Les Républicains marque le premier acte de la recomposition politique à la quelle travaille Emmanuel Macron. Depuis sa nomination, le président trentenaire a certes fait la part belle aux moins de 50 ans: un Premier ministre de 46 ans, plus jeune locataire de Matignon depuis 30 ans, jamais ministre; un numéro 2 de l'Elysée de 44 ans; et un conseiller spécial de 30 ans. Read More »

United Nations condemns North Korea missile test

It also tested the North's capability to carry a "large-size heavy nuclear warhead", KCNA said. In comments carried by Russian news agencies, Putin said Russia considers North Korea's missile launches and nuclear tests to be "unacceptable", adding that "we need to return to a dialogue with North Korea, stop intimidating it and find peaceful solutions". Read More »

Trump considering numerous candidates for Federal Bureau of Investigation director

So far 14 people - lawmakers, attorneys and law enforcement officials among them - have emerged as candidates. "The first thing I asked is whether he realized that, if he does have tapes of his conversations with Comey , they're evidence in any investigation of whether his firing of Comey amount to obstruction of justice", Hughes said during an interview with the Times . Read More »

Germany's Merkel Advocates German-French Cooperation in Meeting With Macron

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The visit to Berlin continued a tradition of French presidents making their first foreign trip to Germany. The announcement was made on Monday by Alexis Kohler, Macron's new general secretary at the presidential Elysee Palace. Past year he was part of Juppe's unsuccessful campaign team in The Republicans' primaries, and then joined the presidential campaign of Francois Fillon, the party's nominee. Read More »

Trump shared secret info about IS with Russians

The information dealt with a specific plot and how the United States was planning to deal with it, which withheld information on the city involved. The paper said it was withholding details of the plot at the urging of USA officials who are concerned it could jeopardize key intelligence capabilities. Read More »

NHS cyber attack leaves EU's law enforcers stunned after 'unprecedented' global reach

In China, "hundreds of thousands" of computers were affected, including petrol stations, cash machines and universities, according to Qihoo 360, one of China's largest providers of antivirus software. The cross-border police agency Europol said the situation was now "stable", defusing concerns that attacks that struck computers in British hospital wards, European vehicle factories and Russian banks would spread further at the start of the working week. Read More »

$124 Billion Pledged for Belt and Road Initiative

In his keynote address, President Xi highlighted that China "will enhance friendship and cooperation with all countries in the world on the Belt and Road Initiative on the basis of the five principles of peaceful coexistence". The United States and other governments have said "Belt and Road" is a natural outgrowth of China's status as the biggest global trader, and US officials have said they want to work with Beijing on infrastructure. Read More »

Donald Trump Threatens James Comey, Implies He Taped Conversations

In July, Comey said in a press conference that he would not recommend criminal charges against Clinton. As Trump's tweets made clear, his beef with the Federal Bureau of Investigation director was that he was too independent . In explaining the firing, the president told NBC News he considered Comey a "showboat". Comey's allies also quickly made clear they would defend him against attacks from Trump, including disputing the president's assertion that Comey told Trump he was not ... Read More »

UN Security Council threatens DPRK with new sanctions for missile tests

North Korea conducted its 10th missile test on Saturday. Aside from Pyongyang's space launches, Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in the U.S. "It appears to have not only demonstrated an intermediate-range ballistic missile that might enable them to reliably strike the US base at Guam, but more importantly, may represent a substantial advance to developing an intercontinental ballistic missile". Read More »

Nigeria Chibok girls: 103 freed girls to go back to school

Neither the government nor Boko Haram , which has links to the Islamic State group, gave details about the exchange. Eighty-two of the Chibok girls , who were kidnapped by the militants in April 2014, were released on Saturday as part of a prisoner swap between the Nigerian government and Boko Haram . Read More »

Edouard Philippe : six choses à savoir sur le nouveau Premier ministre

Contribuables Associés veillera minutieusement sur toutes les actions du nouveau gouvernement. Et vous êtes totalement Normand. La nomination d'Édouard Philippe , hypothèse qui circulait depuis la soirée du second tour de la présidentielle, est le premier acte de la " recomposition " politique souhaitée par Macron, largement élu (66,1 %) face à la présidente du Front national Marine Le Pen. Read More »