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Emmanuel Macron investi huitième Président de la Ve République

Le nom de Jean-Yves Le Drian, ministre de la Défense du quinquennat socialiste, circule parmi les ministrables, comme seul survivant de l'équipe sortante du président socialiste François Hollande . Après la cérémonie d'intronisation, Emmanuel Macron a passé en revue les troupes et écouté sa première Marseillaise de président dans les jardins de l'Elysée tandis que résonnaient 21 coups de canon . Lire la suite »

Trump Gave Classified Information To Russians During White House Visit

What was specifically revealed is murky, but the Post reported that the USA partner had not given permission for the information to be shared with Russian Federation, a major breach of intelligence protocol. Trump's meeting with the Russians came last Wednesday, the day after he fired FBI Director James Comey , who was overseeing an investigation into Russian meddling in the USA elections and possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. Lire la suite »

Sonic Forces Lets Players Make Their Own Hero Character


There are seven different kinds of animals that players can choose from, including wolves , rabbits, cats , dogs , bears and birds . The news will thrill a certain subsection of Sonic the Hedgehog fans who've always drawn their own versions of Sonic characters - some more innocent than others - and will now be able to realise them properly in an official game in the series. Lire la suite »

McMaster: Trump's talk with Russian officials was 'wholly appropriate'


The Post story quoted H.R. McMaster, the national security adviser, who was involved in the conversation, saying Trump only discussed mutual concerns about terrorist threats. He also admitted that the FBI's investigation into Russian Federation - and its possible links to his campaign - was on his mind when he did it. Lawmakers, meanwhile, said it's disturbing that Trump discussed any intelligence with officials from Russian Federation, a country under investigation by US authorities over ... Lire la suite »

Trump, in tweets, defends his sharing of information with Russians


McMaster - who told reporters in the wake of the report that "the story as reported is false" - and White House deputy national security adviser for strategy, Dina Powell, who said Monday "the story is false". Monday night, The Washington Post quoted anonymous sources who said President Trump revealed highly classified information that could put an informant in danger. Lire la suite »

N. Korea carries out new missile test amid rising tensions with US


The council said that launches by North Korea reveal development in nuclear weapons delivery systems, which were increasing tensions around the world. It signaled to apply new sanctions. "I would like to confirm that we are categorically against the expansion of the club of nuclear states, including through the Korean Peninsula", Putin told reporters. Lire la suite »

Asian neighbors keep distance from China's 'Belt and Road'

But China and the U.S. have maintained smooth bilateral relations, from which New Delhi can learn", the editorial maintains. "Not only does Russian Federation support this project, it will also actively participate in its implementation with China and other countries of interest", Putin said. Lire la suite »

Controversy over Trump Israel policy ahead of visit


While out scouting the site with USA representatives, the Israeli team requested that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accompany Trump and his family to the wall. Also on Tuesday, Trump's controversial choice for ambassador David Friedman presented his credentials in a ceremony at President Reuven Rivlin's residence in Jerusalem . Lire la suite »

New Orleans Removes Statue of Jefferson Davis


Just like the decision to publicly recognize the tragic significance of that stone, removing New Orleans's Confederate monuments from places of prominence is an acknowledgment that it is time to take stock of, and then move past, a painful part of our history. Lire la suite »

McDonald's pulls UK ad that upset bereavement groups


Tania Richman, 44 from Brighton, East Sussex, said her teenage children, whose father died a year ago, were also "upset and offended" by the advert. Leah Miller, 42 from London , said: "What are children supposed to think after watching it?" Even the UK's Advertising Standards Authority is looking into whether the sentimental ad went too far, the BBC reported. Lire la suite »

Israeli Cabinet minister cancels Jordan visit after shooting


Jordan said it holds Israel responsible for killing its citizen and denounced it a "crime". The Israeli government called the Jordanian reaction "outrageous", with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office calling on Jordan to cease playing a "double game" and condemn terror everywhere. Lire la suite »

United Kingdom health minister: No second spike in cyber attacks is 'encouraging'

There were no infected computers in North East GP practices and the priority through this worldwide malware incident was to protect the NHS computer network, clinical systems and patient data - and this was done very successfully. Tim Stevens, a lecturer in global security at King's College London , warned that the incident should be a wakeup call to both the public and private sectors to incorporate security into computer systems from the ground up, rather than as an afterthought. Lire la suite »

Chinese Investment in exchange of EB-5 Visas


Kushner Companies said Monday that the name drop at the event in Beijing on Saturday was not meant to be an "attempt to lure investors" to one of its projects in New Jersey. should it want to raise funds from such investors. The program has offered wealthy foreigners a way around complicated US immigration rules, allowing them to live in the United States and seek permanent residency in return for substantial investments. Lire la suite »

ICJ begins hearing in Kulbhushan Jadhav case


Among other things, Quraishi argued over the jurisdiction of the court to hear a case of this nature. It also told the court that Jadhav was framed. "India has been unable to explain Jadhav's passport with Muslim name", said Mohhammad Faisal, Pak's D-G for South Asia, SAARC. Lire la suite »

Pope casts doubt on Medjugorje Virgin apparitions


In a homily given to hundreds of thousands at the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima, where some had camped for days to reserve their spots, the pontiff also said Catholics should be "sentinels of dawn" who work for a church that is missionary, welcoming and free. Lire la suite »

Sino-US deal eases access to markets


The Trump administration announced on Thursday that United States beef producers will have access to China's consumers. China is the second largest importer of beef in the world, which is why it is so important that this market opens up to US cattle producers. Lire la suite »

Cop Who Killed Jordan Edwards Fired, Family Calls for Criminal Charges


Police Chief Jonathan Haber confirmed the firing of Oliver on Tuesday evening, according to the Associated Press . "Chief Haber said the action violated several department policies, and said county investigations continue". "Despite multiple verbal commands from the officer, the vehicle continued to reverse, backing into the main roadway ", police said. "The bond that he shared with his family, particularly his siblings, was indescribable", his family said in a statement. Lire la suite »

La CJUE "donne raison" à la Wallonie 16/05/17 — CETA


Ce point rend donc nécessaire leur ratification par chacun des 38 parlements nationaux ou régionaux d'Europe. Mais la Cour de justice est allé dans le sens du Conseil de l'UE et desÉtats membres, qui pensaient le contraire, en affirmant que cet accord "ne peut pas être conclu, en l'état, sans la participation desÉtats membres". Lire la suite »

WannaCry ransomware infects a quarter million computers in 150 countries

Microsoft's president and chief legal officer, Brad Smith, wrote in a blog post about what is being called the largest ransomware attack ever. Three Bitcoin wallet addresses (1,2,3) linked to the campaign show that at the time of writing, approximately 25 BTC has been paid to the attackers, which equates to roughly $44,000. Lire la suite »

Trump's approval fine for re-election


Trump may refuse to admit he was bluffing, thereby forcing Congress to subpoena records and wage a legal battle over nonexistent tapes. Researchers surveyed voters between 12 and 14 May - after Mr Trump's surprising dismissal of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, but before revelations from the Washington Post that the president had reportedly shared classified information with Russian officials. Lire la suite »

Amazon's streaming software powers new smart TVs


The new TVs will also be hitting physical retailers as of June. "Fire TV Edition helps customers easily find new programming, access live TV and control their viewing experience using just their voice", said Sandeep Gupta, vice president of smart TV, Amazon Fire TV. Lire la suite »