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London double-decker bus crashes into shop


London Ambulance Service said it had treated six people at the scene after sending five ambulance crews and an air ambulance helicopter. I noticed a lady wedged in the front right-hand side. A bus driver has been taken to hospital following a crash into a shop on a London high street. "Emergency services remain at the scene and we have closed the road". Lire la suite »

Kourtney Kardashian and Boyfriend Younes Bendjima Vacation in Egypt


On Tuesday, August 8, the 38-year-old reality TV star took to Snapchat to share a photo of her flaunting her unbelievable figure in a tiny blue bikini while soaking up the sun on the beach. Kourtney Kardashian has been juggling her new relationship with Younes Bendjima with her mommy duties to her three kids, 7-year-old Mason, 4-year-old Penelope, and 2-year-old Reign. Lire la suite »

Une cinquantaine de migrants "intentionnellement noyés" — Yémen


Le responsable de la mission de l'organisation au Yémen, Laurent de Boeck, a rapporté que les survivants du drame ont par ailleurs affirmé que leur passeur était reparti en Somalie pour transporter d'autres migrants. Ils étaient tous assez jeunes, âgés de 16 ans en moyenne selon l'OIM. Environ 55.000 migrants ont quitté la Corne de l'Afrique pour se rendre au Yémen malgré la guerre. Lire la suite »

United States stocks close lower, snapping Dow's 10-day winning streak

USA stock indexes looked set to open lower on Wednesday as investors shunned risky assets following escalating tensions between North Korea and the United States. MOUSE HOUSE: Disney dropped 4.9 percent a day after the media giant reported a weak quarter and said it would pull its movies from Netflix and start two of its own video streaming services. Lire la suite »

U.S. claims to speak with one voice on N. Korea


China, which is North Korea's closest ally despite its anger at Pyongyang's missile and nuclear programs, described the situation as "complex and sensitive", and urged calm and a return to talks. The United States, we sanction a lot of other countries. She also said the United States doesn't have a problem with the North Korean people, "it is the regime itself". Lire la suite »

RJD Leader Kedar Rai Shot Dead In Bihar


The incident took place when RJD councillor, Kedar Rai, had gone out for a morning walk where bike-borne assailants shot him dead near Sugna mod. Rai suffered three bullet injuries after which he fell down. Rai owns considerable immovable property in the area, and was known to have disputes with the land mafia for several years. There are at least 20 criminal cases lodged against Rai, HT reported. Lire la suite »

Anthony Davis to Celtics not true


The NBA trade rumors this summer have been focused nearly entirely on Kyrie Irving and Carmelo Anthony, but very quietly rumors have surfaced of what would be a blockbuster deal sending Anthony Davis to the Boston Celtics. Davis, 24, is under contract for the next four years and is expected to form a deadly frontcourt with fellow All-Star DeMarcus Cousins . "I am happy here as a Pelican", he said (via ). Lire la suite »

Deux alpinistes Allemands retrouvés décédés — Mont-Blanc


Mais mardi soir, leur famille n'a toujours pas de nouvelle et alerte les secours. A cause des intempéries, le PGHM de Chamonix n'a pas pu se rendre sur place. Les deux alpinistes auraient pris du retard et se sont probablement fait surprendre par la tempête à l'arrivée au sommet. Leurs corps ont été retrouvés mercredi dans la matinée et redescendus dans la vallée. Lire la suite »

Wolfenstein 2 Trailer Imagines What a Nazi Sitcom Would Look Like


Giggle your hearts out as the gluttonous Ronnie gorges on milk chocolate bars. Unless I'm Blazkowicz, then I'd go anywhere just because I can. But whenever Ronnie stumbles, his big brother Dale will always be there to catch him - and inform on him to the authorities! During Bethesda's E3 2017 press conference, the lead up toward the big reveal of MachineGames' Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus involved a lot of interesting, albeit unsettling live-action clips involving the re-imagining of ... Lire la suite »

Trump 'Reckless' North Korea Remarks Undermine US Security - Congressman Engel


In light of Trump's recent threat to meet continued North Korean nuclear threats with "fury and fire", which Humphrey likened to "pouring gasoline on fire", Humphrey argued that the "system of checks and balances" is not enough. "They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen ". Nauert echoed Tillerson's remarks that Trump was using language that Kim would understand. Lire la suite »

Australians to get vote on legalizing same-sex marriage, PM says

Treasurer Scott Morrison defended the $122 million price tag of the postal ballot, insisting "keeping promises is money well spent". If the bill passes, the plebiscite will take place on 25 November. "It's now threatening that it's going to go ahead with what is probably an illegal activity, not authorised by the parliament, spending between $40 and $100 million dollars. Lire la suite »

Jean-Claude Juncker in Expenses Row Over £24450 Private Plane to Rome


Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage branded the claim " outrageous " and "clearly over the top". She also defended the commission's decision not to automatically post expenses information online, but to await formal public or press requests, saying the work needed to collate information and to explain it to the public would be too great a burden otherwise. Lire la suite »

Flood alerts in place as heavy rain lashes parts of England

Melanie Onn, MP for Great Grimsby, shared pictures on Twitter of the waterlogged roads, adding that some were "like a river" and that the water was "over my ankles". The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning for the River Leen in Nottinghamshire, meaning flooding is expected. "Most of the United Kingdom, apart from the very top and the very, very far east, is going to see a fine, clear day with plenty of sunshine, nice and warm, a typical summer's day", she said. Lire la suite »

Number of rough sleepers in Scotland 'to double in 25 years'


If current economic policies continue, the number of people spending a night on the streets will rise from an estimated 800 past year to 1,500 by 2041, the study by Heriot-Watt University found. A Department for Communities and Local Government spokesman said: "This Government is determined to help the most vulnerable in society and we're working to make sure people always have a roof over their head". Lire la suite »

U.S. stocks retreat on escalating North Korean tensions


But it was up 10 percent in 250 days. Even so, the close was the highest in a month. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that USA threats from Pyongyang would be met with " fire and fury ", which prompted North Korea to say it was considering plans for a missile strike on the US pacific territory of Guam. Lire la suite »

Safe-haven currencies rise as North Korea tensions brew


South Korea's Kospi index was down 0.83 percent, Japan's Nikkei fell 1.22 percent, while Shanghai's stock exchange dipped 0.3 percent. South Korea's won currency dropped 0.9% against the dollar. Gold rose to its highest level in nearly two months, while the Swiss franc increased by more than 1% against the USA dollar and saw its biggest one-day gain against the euro in more than two and a half years. Lire la suite »

La maison d'enfance de Donald Trump est disponible sur le site AirBnb


Né en 1946, le magnat de l'immobilier et ses parents ont vécu dans cette maison du "Jamaica Estate", un quartier chic du Queens à New-York, jusqu'en 1951 et c'est même le père de Donald, Fred, qui l'avait faite construire. " C'est l'endroit parfait pour des vacances à New York ", peut-on lire dans l'annonce publiée sur le site de location qui précise également que les fumeur, les animaux et les fêtards ne sont pas acceptés. Lire la suite »

Kwiatkowski agrees Team Sky extension


The Polish rider, who has won Strade Bianche , Milan San Remo and Clasica San Sebastian this season, acted as a key domestique to Froome and excelled in the mountainous stages. That's what I need - to feel supported, like part of a family, otherwise it can be hard. Kwiatkowski regularly led the Sky train up the mountains during the Tour as Froome claimed a fourth general classification title, the Pole often seen nearly coming to a stop as he pushed himself to the absolute limit. Lire la suite »

Members of American Nazi Family arrested in Pasco


They were arrested Tuesday after an ongoing investigation found them in possession of illegal firearms, methamphetamine and Nazi propaganda material, the Pasco County Sheriff's Office said. Justin Hopper, 28, is wanted for possession of a stolen motorcycle, according to the sheriff's office. The suspects were identified as Alexander Nowokunski (documented gang member), Gabrielle Price , Michael Baun , Melinda Zalneraitis and Steven Crumbley (documented gang member). Lire la suite »

Venezuela the new "dictatorship"


Venezuela's new Constituent Assembly (ANC) has created a Truth, Justice and Reparations Commission to investigate the violent protests which have caused more than 100 deaths , President Nicolas Maduro has said . Tuesday was the third meeting for the Constitutional Assembly. Venezuela has become increasingly isolated internationally as Maduro has tightened his hold on power through a contested loyalist assembly that started work this week. Lire la suite »

Bevin pursuing new $1.6B Toyota, Mazda plant in US


Toyota plans to open the factory by 2021. Governor Bill Haslam says he is making the case for Japanese automakers Toyota Motor Corp. and Mazda Motor build a new assembly plant in Tennessee. With Toyota plants already in state, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Alabama and Texas are sure to throw their hats into the ring. He declined to describe the state's steps so far in competing for the new plant, which could employ 4,000 people. Lire la suite »

KENYA: Deadly violence as opposition claims 'vote fraud'


On Wednesday morning, the election commission website showed Kenyatta leading with 54.4 percent of the votes against 44.8 percent for Odinga, a margin of almost 1.4 million votes, after 94 percent of the votes were counted. Kalu attributed the strong turnout to voter education, carried out by churches and other religious and secular groups. The western port city on Lake Victoria has been a flashpoint in past elections . Lire la suite »