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White House officials were reportedly 'hiding in offices' after Trump's latest flub

Two of Washington's allies in the intelligence sharing network known as "Five Eyes" - which groups the United States, Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand - played down the impact on their relationship with Washington. "These reports, if true, are of the gravest possible concern". The Royal Court in Jordan said that King Abdullah II was to speak by telephone with Trump later Tuesday. Lire la suite »

China's Xi decries protectionism, touts Silk Road


The main goal of this initiative is to encompass pipelines and a port in Pakistan , bridges in Bangladesh and railways to Russian Federation to ultimately create what China calls a "modern Silk Road". Trump's plan to focus on domestic issues and downplay foreign affairs has given Beijing an opening to try to play a bigger leadership role in trade, climate and other global issues. Lire la suite »

What to Know About Travel Ban Appeals

Wall replied that Trump has disavowed the statements, but didn't elaborate when and how. The hearing was important in its own right to the future of the travel ban but was made even more interesting because Trump has repeatedly criticized the 9th Circuit for ruling against him. Lire la suite »

What to Know About Travel Ban Appeals

Wall replied that Trump has disavowed the statements, but didn't elaborate when and how. The hearing was important in its own right to the future of the travel ban but was made even more interesting because Trump has repeatedly criticized the 9th Circuit for ruling against him. Lire la suite »

Nintendo's 'The Legend of Zelda' coming to iPhone soon


According to The Wall Street Journal , it's a Legend of Zelda mobile game. That being the case, the Zelda franchise has been successful in the U.S. However, that changed in March 2015 when the company laid out a plan to make games for mobile devices, notes Gamespot. This is a little surprising considering it hasn't yet to bring another of its touted titles, Animal Crossing , to mobile despite confirming the game was being ported. Lire la suite »

British serial killer Ian Brady dies in psychiatric hospital at 79

The 79-year-old, who died on Monday , and his partner, Myra Hindley , had tortured and murdered five children between July 1963 and October 1965. Fifty years on, one of the victims, Keith Bennett , has still never been found - despite the belief that Brady knew the location and buried him on the Moors, where he buried three others. Lire la suite »

Les petites histoires derrière la grande — Passations de pouvoirs

Mais après, il s'est émancipé, il a voulu proposer un projet aux Français ", a encore observé M. Hollande, en insistant sur le fait que le vainqueur du scrutin avait d'abord grandi dans son ombre: " C'est à lui maintenant, fort de l'expérience qu'il a pu acquérir auprès de moi, de continuer sa marche. Lire la suite »

PIA dismisses reports of detention of crew members at Heathrow Airport


Other reports in Pakistani media said the crew was detained over "alleged security threats via confidential information" and their passports withheld. The plane was searched at Heathrow Airport for security reasons, however, the crew members were not detained instead they were stopped for a moment during the search of the flight. Lire la suite »

US President Donald Trump 'revealed highly-classified info to Russian officials'


The information concerned Islamic State (ISIL) terrorist organisation (banned in Russia). "Humanitarian reasons, plus I want Russian Federation to greatly step up their fight against ISIS & terrorism", Trump said on Twitter. Both Jordanian and USA officials said Tuesday the call with Abdullah was scheduled last week and is unrelated to the Russian Federation meeting. After Mr Trump disclosed the information, in a manner which one of the officials described as spontaneous, officials ... Lire la suite »

Kim gleeful as N Korea fires longest-range missile


As for China, it's taken a tougher stance on North Korea lately but is now more focused on its massive Belt And Road investment in worldwide trading infrastructure. The US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, told ABC television that new sanctions against North Korea could hit oil imports and energy. The United States and China are reportedly working on a new even tougher resolution. Lire la suite »

Trump sees 'fast' decision over new FBI director

Democrats quickly seized on the dispute, demanding the White House turn over any tapes that might exist of the president's conversations with Comey. That and similar reports apparently led to Trump's tweet. He's viewed even senior advisers suspiciously, including Bannon and Priebus, when stories about internal White House drama land in the press. That's according to two people familiar with the search process who weren't authorized to publicly discuss the deliberations and spoke on ... Lire la suite »

Gouvernement et mutins trouvent un accord — Côte d'Ivoire

Le bruit des armes à feu a été entendu près du palais présidentiel d'Abidjan , dans la deuxième ville du pays, Bouaké et à Daloa dans l'Ouest du pays, zone de production de cacao. Le temps presse aussi pour ces ex-combattants. "Ils disent que le président Alassane Ouattara veut nous donner le reste de leur argent", a affirmé Aboudou Diakité, un " démobilisé ". Lire la suite »

Turkish opposition urges Trump to prod Erdogan on rights

Mattis, who was in Vilnius on Wednesday as part of a European tour, gave a positive assessment of the role Turkey will play in the lead up to the Raqa fight. Boosting the commercial relationship is expected to be on the agenda in the Turkey-US talks. The United States and Turkey are seemingly not on the same page regarding confronting terrorism as the United States is colluding with Syrian Kurds after the USA has set a key objective of defeating ISIS militants; however, Turkey has taken a ... Lire la suite »

Trail of global cyberattack could lead to North Korea

One in 15 computers still uses Windows XP globally. The most disruptive attacks infected NHS England hospitals, where surgeries had to be rescheduled and some patients were turned away from emergency rooms. Businesses are still reeling from the fallout, and government agencies around the world are investigating. But while FedEx Corp. reported that its Windows computers were "experiencing interference" from malware - it wouldn't say if it had been hit by the ransomware - other impacts in ... Lire la suite »

Does Trump's early-morning tweet admit he gave Russian Federation classified information?


Trump said in an interview that Comey's ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russian Federation in the 2016 presidential election had factored into Trump's decision to fire him. Phil Mudd, a former Central Intelligence Agency analyst, said on "New Day" the fact that Trump chose to discuss classified information but did not ask Russian Federation about its role in the 2016 election is problematic. Lire la suite »

New French prime minister took job because of "unique" situation

The mayor of his hometown since 2010, the gritty northern port of Le Havre, Philippe was first elected to parliament in 2012 as a Republicans MP for his Seine-Maritime area. The two leaders, meeting in Berlin the day after Macron's inauguration, pledged to create a new "road map" for medium-term cooperation and reviving the EU. Lire la suite »

We showed a lot of guts - Roston Chase

The dynamic duo's legacy is here to stay and I am certain that with continuous selection, Pakistan can develop a pool of players who could go onto fill the void left by these irreplaceable legends. Misbah has played 75 Test matches so far, scoring 5222 runs and is now seventh on the list of Pakistan's highest Test run-getters. In the end he completed his third Test century but was left helpless at the non-striker's end when Gabriel, who had defended resolutely for 21 balls, inexplicably ... Lire la suite »

Jordan's king, Trump to speak later Tuesday


Asked about the disclosures, Trump's national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, who participated in the meeting, said no intelligence sources or methods were discussed that were not already known publicly, the Post reported. The revelation may have additional peril for Trump because during his campaign against Democrat Hillary Clinton a year ago, he repeatedly assailed her "careless" use of a private email system while she was secretary of state, a practice he argued could have exposed ... Lire la suite »

Defiant Trump says he had 'absolute right' to share information with Russia


Trump wrote that he was motivated by "humanitarian reasons, plus I want Russian Federation to greatly step up their fight against ISIS & terrorism". Sen. In a statement, Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi said if news reports are true, Trump has "compromised a key source of intelligence collection" against ISIS and jeopardised the security of the American people. Lire la suite »

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope coming to PS4, Switch and PC


That comes across in its familiar logline: The player is out at sea, looking for an adventure, when a monsoon strikes and sinks their ship. The timing of this huge franchise move by Natsume appears to be in response to Stardew Valley, which one year ago became the genre's biggest release in more than a decade with more than three million copies sold on PC alone. Lire la suite »

Trump wants to move quickly on new FBI director

In the popular imagination, White House taping started and ended with President Richard M. Nixon's incriminating recordings of his plotting to cover up the Watergate burglary and other crimes. Comey has not publicly discussed any conversations he has had with Trump. "It is not possible for my surrogates to stand at podium with flawless accuracy!" he tweeted, ignoring the fact that if a White House loses all credibility, it has nothing left. Lire la suite »

Cyber attack hits 200000 in 150 countries


Government agencies and universities were among those hit as well as petrol stations, ATMs and hospitals, said the firm, one of China's leading software security providers. The " WannaCry " worm global attack which locks computers and demands a $300 ransom sowed chaos on Friday through the computer systems of some National Health Service (NHS) hospitals which cancelled operations and reduced non-emergency care. Lire la suite »