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Scaramucci: White House plotters seeking Trump exit

Meanwhile, Gorka, a former Breitbart national security editor, has been outspoken on the need to confront Islamist terrorism , drawing fire last week week when he spoke with the news site about terrorism and said white supremacists were not the problem. Lire la suite »

Killed, 2 Wounded in Shooting at Wisconsin Dragstrip


It was estimated that over 5,000 people were at "Larry's Fun Fest" at the time, an event that has, in the past, attracted persons from Milwaukee, Chicago and other surrounding areas. Beth said he did not know if the suspect was still on the scene or had left. UPDATE 7:58 p.m.: Kenosha Sheriff's Department Lt. Robert Croeker told the Kenosha News there is still a gunman on site at Great Lakes Dragaway, 18411 1st St., in the town of Paris. Lire la suite »

Trump Wants To Investigate China's Intellectual Property Rules


Xi urged Trump to exercise restraint over tensions with North Korea during a phone call, Chinese state media reported. During that call, Trump and Xi agreed that North Korea must stop its "provocative and escalatory behavior" and reaffirmed their commitment to denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula, according to a White House statement. Lire la suite »

Pak, China are all weather friends: Shahid Khaqan Abbasi


They expressed satisfaction at the progress in implementation of CPEC projects. Furthermore, the two sides should push forward energy cooperation in the fields of thermal power, Hydropower, solar energy and clean energy, implement infrastructure cooperation projects such as highways, railways, urban rail facilities, deepen cooperation in industrial parks and strengthen personnel training, the Chinese vice premier said. Lire la suite »

Gunmen attack Turkish restaurant in Burkina Faso capital: Reuters witness


At least two people including one foreigner were wounded in the attack, the journalist said. Police and army arrived at the scene and sporadic gunfire could be heard into the night, the AFP journalist said. Thirty people were killed when gunmen struck a restaurant and hotel in Ouagadougou in January 2016 in an incident claimed by al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb. Lire la suite »

Attaque par des djihadistes présumés contre un café au Burkina Faso


Un journaliste de l'AFP a constaté que deux blessés, dont un expatrié, avaient été évacués. Une réunion d'urgence est en cours autour de Simon Compaoré le ministre de la Sécurité intérieure. Le Burkina Faso, petit Etat sahélien d'Afrique de l'Ouest, pauvre et enclavé, avait réaffirmé le 18 juillet la nécessité de "lutter contre le terrorisme" avec son voisin la Côte d'Ivoire, également touchée par un attentat djihadiste en 2016. Lire la suite »

Wehrli argues school funding should fix problems, not pay for pet projects


Despite that, Sen. Steve Stadelman (D-Rockford) was unconvinced and voted with the Democratic majority. Sam McCann, who has been contemplating making a run against the first-term governor in the 2018 GOP primary. Without a new school funding formula in place, IL for the first time missed its initial August payment to schools last week. The House is next scheduled to meet Wednesday. Lire la suite »

TSX futures fall as North Korea tensions brew


Australia's S&P/ASX 200 dropped 1.1 percent to 5,696.80. Asian stocks steadied and US Treasury bond prices fell slightly on Thursday as the risk aversion triggered by tensions between the United States and North Korea began to settle. Lire la suite »

Joyce tells parliament he may be dual citizen


Joyce told the parliament on Monday morning that he had been informed by the New Zealand High Commission that he may be a New Zealand citizen. Mr Joyce's father was never a NZ citizen because NZ and Australian citizenship did not exist in 19747. "I was born in Australia in 1967, I am fifth generation [on my mother's side]". Lire la suite »

NCP skips opposition meet chaired by Congress chief Sonia Gandhi


She has been the longest serving Congress president in the 125-year history of the party after being re-elected for the fourth time in September 2010. The league was formed in April, partly on the insistence of the Bihar Chief Minister; it includes the Left and Mamata Banerjee and is pivoted by the Congress. Lire la suite »

Pluies diluviennes au Népal et en Inde : des dizaines de morts


Des glissements de terrain et des inondations consécutifs à des jours de pluies torrentielles de mousson ont fait près de 100 morts au Népal et en Inde, ont annoncé dimanche les autorités, qui craignent que le bilan n'augmente encore. L'an dernier, le phénomène avait fait moins de cent morts. Les deux autocars s'étaient arrêtés pour faire une pause tard samedi soir dans l'Himachal Pradesh, État montagneux du nord de l'Inde, lorsque des tonnes de roches et de boues ont emporté tout un tronçon ... Lire la suite »

Trump to dispatch team to work on Israel-Palestinian peace


On Friday, the White House said Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and his senior adviser Jason Greenblatt would soon be sent to the region to hold meetings with regional leaders and discuss a "path to substantive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks", Xinhua news agency reported . Lire la suite »

UK, US Looking for Diplomatic Solution to N Korean Crisis


The top US intelligence official said on Sunday he would not be surprised if North Korea tested another missile, given that it had two tests in July, amid rising tensions between the United States and North Korea. "And it also includes increasing sanctions, increasing pressure on the north, to convince Kim Jong Un that this is not in his interests to continue this path of provocation", he said. Lire la suite »

Wisconsin, Notre Dame football agree to series at Lambeau, Soldier Field


Wisconsin opened its 2016 season in a similar fashion, beating LSU at Lambeau Field. Notre Dame has the edge over Wisconsin in the all-time series, eight wins to the Badgers' six. On Sunday, the Chicago Tribune confirmed that the two teams will play a home-and-home series beginning in 2020, with Wisconsin hosting the first game at Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers. Lire la suite »

Kyle Larson wins again at Michigan International Speedway

Jones is in 20th place, with Sunday's result being his second top five finish of the season. Larson was lined up fourth and behind Truex, who was leading, on an overtime restart with two laps remaining. Keselowski was second to Truex in the second stage. The win was Larson's third of the 2017 Monster Energy Cup Series season and third straight overall at MI. Lire la suite »

Tens of thousands raised for Charlottesville victim


Speaking to Weekend All Things Considered , the city's vice mayor, Wes Bellamy, blamed the white nationalists who he said wanted "invoke terror". "That's why we voted for Donald Trump , because he said he's going to take our country back". Many protesters "express beliefs that directly contradict our community's values of diversity, inclusion and mutual respect", Teresa Sullivan, President of the University of Virginia , said in another statement released hours before the rally. Lire la suite »

Antonio Callaway, six others suspended against MI


The Read Optional's Trey Wallace first reported the news. The game between Florida and MI will be played at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. He was cited for marijuana possession in May, but this suspension is for an unrelated incident. Lire la suite »

Trump's Bluster Towards Maduro Boosted Venezuelan Dictator


Nicolas Maduro Guerra said Trump should solve his own problems and promised that - should the United States attack Venezuela - the Vietnam War "would seem small in comparison". "All measures should be peaceful and respect the sovereignty of Venezuela", a statement from Colombia's foreign ministry said. The rebuke from Washington's most loyal ally in the region came the day before Vice President Mike Pence will begin a Central and South American tour here. Lire la suite »

Search for missing diver to continue on Monday


The Lough Swilly RNLI lifeboat, the Rescue 118 helicopter, and the Portrush RNLI lifeboat were involved in Sunday's search effort. The man, who is believed to be Canadian, went missing shortly after 2.30pm on Saturday when he was diving with a group 14 miles north west off Malin Head. Lire la suite »

CIA's Pompeo says no 'imminent' threat of nuclear war

North Korea, according to the director, has been moving at an "ever alarming rate" to develop nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles. Despite expecting further missile testing, Mr Pompeo denied there is an imminent threat of nuclear war. Speaking on CBS' "Face the Nation", Pompeo said Trump had "made very clear that the United States finds it unacceptable for a rogue leader like Kim Jong Un to have the capacity of a ballistic missile with a warhead that is integrated and fully deliverable to the ... Lire la suite »