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Ann Coulter rejects Berkeley's May speaking date

But Coulter remained defiant and proclaimed over social media that she still intends to show up for the original timeslot. "As the home of the free speech movement, we fully support the right of our students to host speakers of their choice", Dirks said . Read More »

DeRozan recovers as Raptors beat Bucks to level series


The Raptors were losing the vast majority of those battles in Game 3 but in Game 4, looking squarely at a potential 3-1 deficit in a league where 3-1 nearly automatically gets you an early start on the golf season, they turned it up about three notches to not just match the Bucks physicality but surpass it. Read More »

North Korea says ready to strike US aircraft carrier

President Trump recently warned North Korea it has " gotta behave " as the USA agreed to the early deployment of a missile defense system in the region. Gizmodo wrote: "Experts Warn that Trump's Lies About North Korea Hurt America's Credibility". North Korea's tests have been carried out despite United Nations sanctions against them. Read More »

Maine reaches its lowest unemployment rate on record


San Diego's 4.2 percent in March is close to a post-recession low, bettered only by December's 4.1 percent. "The rate dropped as we saw more than 19,000 people become employed and Georgia employers continued to create jobs", Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said in a statement. Read More »

Référendum en Turquie : l'opposition demande l'annulation du scrutin

La demande sera déposée à 14H30 (11H30 GMT), a précisé dans un communiqué le CHP (social-démocrate), tandis qu'un cadre du parti devait rencontrer le président du YSK deux heures plus tôt. Mais si les investisseurs vont probablement saluer ce résultat et les doutes qu'il dissipe, la victoire étriquée du président Erdogan peut néanmoins faire subsister un risque d'instabilité politique. Read More »

Deux morts lors des manifestations des opposants à Maduro — Venezuela

Ce qui produit l'effet inverse, car les manifestants anti-Chavez (ils se définissent comme " antichavistes "), qui controlent le Parlement, veulent du renouveau dans le pays, après avoir connu, depuis 1999, l'oppression d'Hugo Chavez, leader politique pendant 14 ans dans le pays, jusqu'à sa mort en 2013. Read More »

Syria's Assad Regime Possess Several Tonnes Of chemical weapons


The disarmament, which was carried out amid a chaotic conflict, has always been the subject of some doubt, and there is evidence that the Islamic State group and other insurgents have acquired chemical weapons. The Syrian government agreed to give up its chemical weapons following sarin gas attacks on the Damascus suburb of Ghouta that killed over 1,000 in August 2013, and a joint U.N. Read More »

General Motors to Launch Electric Vehicle Campaign in China

Dietmar Voggenreiter, Audi's global head of sales and marketing. The Swedish company also plans to offer plug-in hybrid versions of every model in its portfolio. "We're not concerned about technology transfer" to Chinese partners, he added, referring to fears that Chinese firms might eventually use technology gleaned from foreign partners against them. Read More »

Trump to sign 'Buy American, Hire American' executive order


Those departments would also be asked to offer changes so that H-1B visas are awarded to the "most-skilled or highest-paid applicants". It directs the departments of Homeland Security, Justice, Labor and State to propose new rules to prevent immigration fraud and abuse. Read More »

Afghans: US bomb killed three dozen in IS


During Karzai's tenure as president, his opposition to airstrikes by foreign military forces helped to sour his relationship with the United States and other Western nations. military advisers and Afghan forces in the area". The Tali-ban, instead, are far more powerful but remain embedded in civilian areas.Wisdom from ground zero echo condemnation of the bomb. Read More »

Corpses being sent home for burial after Taliban attack


Fortunately, he was alive and in a secure location, but had very sad news. American forces enjoyed a brief victory last week, when the U.S. military said Taliban leader Quari Tayib was killed in an airstrike in Kunduz province. But other officials, speaking anonymously, said the death toll was at least 140. The attack took place at an army command centre a few kilometres from Mazar-e Sharif, the capital of Balkh province. Read More »

State of emergency in Egypt after ISIL church bombings kill 44


Meanwhile, police officer Imad al-Rekaibi was called a hero for preventing a suicide bomber from entering St. Mark's Church. "A series of steps will be taken, most importantly, the announcement of a state of emergency for three months after legal and constitution steps are taken", Sisi said , according to Reuters . Read More »

Turkey's supreme election board rejects opposition referendum annulment bid


Turkey's main opposition party u. Supporters of the "no" vote, chant slogans during a protest against the referendum outcome, on the Aegean Sea city of Izmir, Turkey, Tuesday, April 18, 2017 . Erdogan has rejected the criticism by monitors. Accusations of voting irregularities have been bolstered by unverified videos and pictures on social media purporting to show ballot box stuffing, "no" votes being thrown away, and election officials stamping ballots with "yes" votes. Read More »

Trump to Italian PM, US has no Role in Libya


Gentiloni pointed out that Italy has been a staunch ally in fighting Islamic extremism in Iraq and Afghanistan . I think the United States has right now enough roles. "We want to see the parties come together, have one political solution, one government, one military, so the Libyan people can move forward", Haley said. Read More »

American Airlines Investigates Reported Incident Of Flight Attendant Confronting A Mother


Some time later, the attendant could be seen coming back on the plane and being confronted by the passenger who stood up. "Just give me back my stroller please", she says tearfully. The woman and her family were being upgraded to first class for the remainder of their worldwide trip, it said. Tom Watson, who provided Tribune Media proof he was on the flight, said he was sitting in the first row behind first class. Read More »

Erdogan says set to meet Trump in Washington on May 16-17


But there was anger and shock after the Supreme Election Board (YSK) made a last-minute decision to accept ballot documents in envelopes without an official stamp, which the opposition argues opened the way for fraud. The US believes Kurdish militia are the most effective fighting force against IS in Syria but Ankara claims they are terrorists linked to outlawed Kurdish militants waging an insurgency inside Turkey. Read More »

Will go after Zardari now: Imran Khan after Panamagate verdict


Gilani stepped down on the same day. Last year's Panama Papers leaks , which documented the offshore dealings of numerous world's rich and powerful, alleged that Maryam was the beneficial owner of the London properties owned jointly by her brothers as well, Dawn online reported . Read More »

Defense treaty covers Diaoyutai: Vice President Pence

Article 5 obliges the jointly defend areas administered by Japan, and US top officials have repeatedly affirmed this obligation to ease public concerns among Japanese over the potential for military clashes between Japan and China. The Navy said earlier that the carrier will arrive in the Korean region next week. Vice President Mike Pence Wednesday declined to say whether the United States had any role in North Korea's failed missile test over the weekend and said that "the patience ... Read More »

Jon Ossoff: Hero to Zero

Ossoff's odds of winning in Georgia are longer, now that he faces a single Republican opponent in the runoff. With few other events on the political calendar, the race was seen as a bellwether of the national mood during Mr Trump's turbulent first few months in office. Read More »

France: le gouvernement socialiste accuse l'extrême droite d'"instrumentaliser" l'attentat à Paris

Elle souhaite éliminer l'espace Schengen qui permet les déplacements sans passeport au sein de l'Europe. La politique à nouveaux frais " Il y a une succession d'événements qui vont tous dans le même sens: une classe politique usée jusqu'à la corde est en train de céder le pas", analyse Bruno Cautrès, du Centre de recherches politiques de Sciences Po. Read More »

Australia tells N Korea to invest in citizens, not arms

Kelly refused to answer host Dana Bash's question over whether or not the USA military could shoot down a missile from North Korea, telling Bash that the information is classified. The spokesman, speaking to the North's official Korea Central News Agency, warned Ms Bishop to "think twice about the consequences". The activities of North Korea have been repeatedly by the worldwide community. Read More »

Afghan officials: 100 casualties in Afghanistan attack

The defence ministry said the toll was "over 100" Afghan soldiers killed and wounded. However, the 209th Shaheen Corps later said 11 army personnel lost their lives and around 15 others sustained injuries, rejecting the reports given by the officials regarding the massive casualties inflicted to the security forces. Read More »