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Police obtain amateur video at scene of shot 15-year-old


In the minute-long clip, Negron is shown, handcuffed, lying face down on the ground. It's unclear how Rivera obtained the video. His body was left in the street for hours. "Their behavior was outside the realms of human decency and democracy". State police officials, who are handling the investigation, said the vehicle Negron was driving failed to stop when officers tried to pull it over and eventually traveled the wrong way down a busy street, striking several vehicles. Lire la suite »

Deputy AG to brief Senate on Trump's firing of FBI's Comey

McConnell invited Rosenstein to the Senate after Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer requested it. Schumer, D-N.Y., also has demanded a briefing from Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Later, President Trump admitted in a TV interview that he had already made a decision to can Comey before reading Rosenstein's justification. Comey was heading the FBI's probe into Russia's links with Trump's presidential election. Lire la suite »

Iran, Russia, Turkey Conclude Syria Safe Zones Agreement

Fighters from the Democratic Forces of Syria inspect weapons and ammunition that, according to them, belonged to Islamic State fighters, in al-Shadadi town, in Hasaka province, Syria, February 26, 2016. "De-escalation zones" set up in a deal between Russia , Turkey and Iran in mostly opposition-held parts of Syria have gone into effect. The memorandum took effect on Saturday. Lire la suite »

US says Syrian regime using crematorium to 'cover up' mass murders

The United States accused Syria on Monday of carrying out mass killings of prisoners on a daily basis and then burning their bodies in a large crematorium outside the capital of Damascus. Nauert said "both men agreed the way to bring stability to Syria" is through diplomacy, a lasting cease-fire that brings a reduction in violence and ensures humanitarian access, steps that "will help create political conditions on the ground for lasting solution to the conflict". Lire la suite »

Cyberattack has not affected USA government, White House says

Officials urged organizations and companies to immediately update their security software. The assault has struck 300,000 computers and counting in more than 100 nations, including at FedEx in the U.S., Telfonica in Spain, the national railroad in Germany, the interior ministry in Russian Federation and the national health service in Britain, which had to postpone surgeries and turn away patients. Lire la suite »

U.S. says Syrian regime using crematorium to 'cover up' mass murders

Yesterday the U.S. State Department confirmed that such a thing exists, and that it has been used to dispose of the bodies of an estimated 50 prisoners a day, hanged at the nearby Saydnaya military prison. Amnesty International released the shocking claims in February, along with statistics about the secret hangings, saying up to 13,000 people had been executed there. Lire la suite »

We'll use the pound, or not, says Sturgeon


Sturgeon told BBC Radio Scotland: "I'm not in charge of the Brexit process, I do not know exactly what timescale that is going to follow or how that will unfold". Her strong performances on the stump, and, in particular during the televised debates in 2015, were credited with the SNP's triumph at the ballot box, with many commentators calling her the most effective political communicator in Britain. Lire la suite »

Pelicans owner: Club sticking with GM Demps, coach Gentry


Loomis said the club chose to retain the GM and coach after "a careful and thorough review" and represents "the best course of action as we move forward". He played through pain in his right Achilles until New Orleans was eliminated from playoff contention. Demps has been with New Orleans for seven seasons since being hired after the 2010 draft. Lire la suite »

Football star Jesse Hogan diagnosed with testicular cancer


The Melbourne Demons forward missed last week's clash against Adelaide with what was described as " illness " and the club this morning confirmed it told the playing group the news about Hogan last Friday. "It brings back memories and emotions ... he's a huge talent (in) the game and you want to see these blokes out on the park. If you're a footy head straight away your mind goes, 'Oh no, ' but it is absolutely well down the path and from all of Melbourne and I'm sure the broader footy ... Lire la suite »

Vers la signature d'un accord avec les mutins — Côte d'Ivoire


Des tirs étaient aussi audibles en provenance du camp Gallieni, au Plateau (centre-ville), qui avait été un des points chauds de la journée de vendredi. "On a trouvé un terrain d'entente". Nous vous demandons de ne pas partager ces informations qui contribuent à semer la confusion dans l'esprit des populations et vous invitons à vous référer aux différents sites officiels d'information. Lire la suite »

Costume bon marché et tailleur Vuitton prêté pour les Macron


Toujours aussi tendres l'un avec l'autre, c'est avec le regard plein de fierté que Brigitte Macron a participé à cet émouvant moment, elle qui partage la vie du nouveau président de la République depuis plus de 20 ans. Pour ce qui est de Brigitte Macron , l'entourage du nouveau président a précisé que son ensemble couleur lavande - jupe courte et veste à double boutonnage - avait été "dessiné spécialement pour l'occasion par le créateur français Nicolas Ghesquière de la maison Louis Vuitton". Lire la suite »

"Notre métier, ou notre argent !" : les chauffeurs de taxis se mobilisent à Paris contre les VTC


Ce mardi 16 mai 2017, près de 50 chauffeurs taxis ont investi depuis six heures la célèbre place parisienne, répondant à l'appel du Front de défense des taxis indépendants. En solution de substitution, les chauffeurs souhaiteraient le remboursement des pertes de valeurs des licences taxis depuis plusieurs années, causées par le développement de ces nouveaux modes de transport. Lire la suite »

Trump, South Korean president must unite to curb North Korea

The missile flew 787 km (489 miles) on a trajectory reaching an altitude of 2,111.5 km (1,312 miles), KCNA said. North Korea's long-term bid to develop a credible nuclear attack threat to the USA mainland saw it launch Sunday what appeared to be its longest-range missile yet. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron Hires Center-Right Mayor As His New Prime Minister

Paris: France's new prime minister Edouard Philippe is a low-profile 46-year-old from the Right-wing Republicans party whose politics and interests mirror those of centrist President Emmanuel Macron. "The election of the new French president offers us here the possibility to bring dynamism into the development of Europe", she said, emboldened after her conservatives won a regional vote on Sunday that boosts her chances of re-election in September. Lire la suite »

Gouvernement: Macron face au défi de la recomposition

Tenu par ses promesses de recomposition politique, Emmanuel Macron doit dévoiler mardi le premier gouvernement de son quinquennat. Pour incarner la société civile, le chef de l'Etat veut convaincre l'écologiste Nicolas Hulot d'accepter un 'ministère de la transition écologique'. Lire la suite »

Merkel's Conservatives Win German State Election

An earlier survey conducted by the INSA institute suggested the country's left-wing political parties could, however, garner enough votes to beat Merkel's ruling party in the September polls if they joined together. This means that the anti-immigrant party will now be present in 13 out of Germany's 16 state parliaments. The issue of internal security has without a doubt become one of the most decisive factors behind the victory of the CDU in the election in North Rhine-Westphalia, given the ... Lire la suite »

Pet Care, Private Security Among Services That Could Face Kansas Sales Tax


The measure, which now goes to the Senate, also would lower the sales tax on food, but only by a percentage point and not until 2020, when lawmakers hope to finally have the state's budget problems behind them. It goes next to the Senate. Funding changes for the years after that, he said, would be tied to the consumer price index. The state faces projected budget shortfalls totaling $887 million through June 2019 and passing the measure would lessen the need for other tax increases. Lire la suite »

Large victoire de Moon Jae-in à la présidentielle — Corée du Sud


A l'issue de ces discussions qui ont duré environ une trentaine de minutes, le locataire de la Maison blanche a tout d'abord rendu hommage aux sud-Coréens pour avoir choisi Moon comme leur nouveau chef de l'Etat. Le Nord, depuis début 2016, a mené deux essais nucléaires et de multiples tests de missiles. C'est le suicide de son mentor en 2009, impliqué dans un scandale de corruption après la fin de son mandat, qui a conduit M. Lire la suite »

No Time for Friction With South Korea

Numerous missile tests were considered failures, but experts have said Pyongyang is making faster-than-expected progress toward its stated goal of developing a nuclear-tipped missile that could reach the US mainland. Mr Moon has previously expressed ambivalence over the THAAD system and told Mr Xi he was "well aware" of Chinese concerns about it. "Sanctions against North Korea are also a means to bring the North to the negotiating table aimed at eliminating its nuclear weapons", Yoon told a ... Lire la suite »

May promises boost to workers' rights

May is also expected to declare that the national living wage for workers aged 25 and over, now £7.50 an hour, would rise in line with average earnings until 2022. "Our plans will be the greatest expansion in workers' rights by any Conservative government in history". "The choice next month is clear: economic stability and a better deal for workers under my Conservative team, or chaos under Jeremy Corbyn , whose nonsensical policies would trash the economy and destroy jobs". Lire la suite »

Portugal wins Eurovision 2017, Belarus 17th


Salvador Sobral won with his song " Amar Pelos Dois ", which translates as For the Both of Us. Eurovision has a major following, and it has helped to boost the careers of many performers - including Sweden's ABBA which won in 1974 with the song "Waterloo". Lire la suite »