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Terry Considering Retirement After Leaving Chelsea


As a player that's all you want", he said. I wish for him and his family the best. Chelsea celebrated a 14th victory in 15 home games amid blue and silver streamers on its return to Stamford Bridge after sealing the title. "[They need] three, probably four top quality players that wouldn't be squad players but go straight into the team or certainly be challenging more than the players who were on the pitch last night. Lire la suite »

UN chief condemns North Korea over missile launch


South Korea's newly-elected President Moon Jae-in said the launch was a "reckless provocation". If North Korea launches a rocket on a lofted trajectory - an angle higher than normal - "there's no guarantee that even the new interceptor we are developing with the USA can shoot it down", former Defense Minister Gen Nakatani told The Nikkei Monday. Lire la suite »

X-ray services at Basingstoke hospital hit in NHS cyber attack


Europol said European companies and governments had heeded warnings and as a result avoided further fallout from the ransomware. According to the Financial Times, data shows that more than 1.3 million computer systems are still vulnerable to infection by WannaCry , which has paralyzed hospitals, disrupted transport networks and immobilized businesses around the world. Lire la suite »

Britain's Labour Party unveils 'radical' election manifesto

Getting past the headline voting intentions which show a considerable Conservative lead over Labour, the Lib Dems not making any real progress and UKIP in free fall, the findings show the extent to which Jeremy Corbyn remains the biggest obstacle to electoral success for Labour. Lire la suite »

Judges divided on Trump's travel ban


As we explained today, the courts have been correct to enforce the Constitution by blocking the ban. "I know how we talked about this from the first day of this administration as a travel ban", not a Muslim ban, Spicer said . "Yes, your honor, I think in that case, it could be constitutional", Jadwat admitted. "That's true in a lot of circumstances". Trump signed an executive order in January banning people from seven Muslim-majority countries from traveling to the United States. Lire la suite »

Staples (SPLS) Q1 Earnings in Line, Sales Lag Estimates

ROI deals with the invested cash in the company and the return the investor realize on that money based on the net profit of the business. The Stock now has a Weekly Volatility of 2.36% and Monthly Volatility of 2.16%. "2017 is off to a good start and, consistent with our strategy, we drove solid sales growth in the mid-market and improved profitability in North American Retail during the first quarter", said Shira Goodman, CEO, Staples . Lire la suite »

Barrington man facing charges in Penn State pledge brother's death


Five of them are accused of evidence tampering, and one faces a charge of reckless endangerment. He had sustained multiple traumatic brain injuries, including a fractured skull and a lacerated spleen. Prosecutors say he suffered fatal injuries. Piazza was pronounced dead at 1:20 a.m. February 4 in the surgical Intensive Care Unit of Hershey Medical Center. Lire la suite »

McConnell: I recommended Merrick Garland to be Federal Bureau of Investigation chief

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is one of the high-profile lawmakers from both parties to suggest Merrick Garland be the next director if the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Several prominent Republicans have recommended Garland for the post, including conservative Utah Sen. Garland was apparently not among the eight Federal Bureau of Investigation candidates spotted over the weekend meeting with White House officials interviewing for the job. Lire la suite »

Jimmy Kimmel set to return as host for 90th Oscars


But his hosting was overshadowed by the last-minute envelope gaffe that resulted in " La La Land ", and not the actual victor " Moonlight ", being announced as the victor of Best Picture trophy. The award for best motion picture was mistakenly handed to La La Land instead of Moonlight . " Hosting the Oscars was a highlight of my career", his statement said. Lire la suite »

Trump Enters Mideast Peace Process Ring


The visit from Abbas follows Trump's talks more than two months ago with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "What is needed is to bring the two parties together, to bring them closer and then to facilitate things between them", he said after the White House meeting. Lire la suite »

British Columbia Energy at Stake With Vote Too Close to Call

As of 11:30 p.m. election night, it is still uncertain whether B.C. will have a majority government with either the Liberals or NDP, or a minority government with the Green Party holding the balance of power. "A majority of British Columbians voted for a new government, and that's what they deserve". Asked what he thinks of the Lieutenant Governor's choice to ask Clark to continue to lead the province, Horgan says he believes the final decision is hanging in the balance. Lire la suite »

La droite s'effrite après la nomination d'Edouard Philippe — France


Enfin, parce que le poids politique du Premier ministre ne permet pas de spéculer sur un éclatement des Républicains . Elle est un défi lancé à la droite à moins d'un mois des législatives, fissurant la cohésion du parti entre une aile " modérée " et une aile qui s'est radicalisée à la faveur de la présidentielle. Lire la suite »

Iran reformist drops out of election, supports Rouhani


This plays into the hands of the reactionaries here who have always held that the West, and America in particular, can not be trusted. Rouhani's emphasis on diplomacy and his pledge to open Iran to the global community, compared to Ahmadinejad's isolationist approach, illustrates the nuances that different actors bring to the role of president and how those differing agendas has far reaching domestic and foreign policy influence. Lire la suite »

DocuSign says hackers accessed customer email database


Obviously it's still not a good look for DocuSign given data security is an integral part of its pitch, but it's an important reminder that just because an email looks above board at first glance doesn't mean it can be trusted. All emails with these messages contain Word documents as attachments, which when opened try to trick users into activating Microsoft Word's macro feature. Lire la suite »

Trump says it's possible he could pick FBI head by next week


Trump, like Nixon, may well be guilty of grave impeachable offenses - even graver offenses than Nixon's. "For a President who baselessly accused his predecessor of illegally wiretapping him, that Mr. The New York Times published intimate details allegedly from inside a one-on-one dinner at the White House between Comey and Trump that took place seven days after the president was sworn in. Lire la suite »

The 2017 Federal Budget: 5 ways it could affect you


Mr Costello suggested that repaying a 20 per cent debt - as a proportion of GDP - could be done in a variety of ways, including running a two per cent surplus for 10 years or a 0.4 per cent for 50 years. Australia has outpaced many of its developed country peers since the global financial crisis, but steady economic growth has been challenged in recent years by the end of the mining investment boom. Lire la suite »

United States to Ask ASEAN to Step up Sanctions on N. Korea

Acknowledging widespread unease about the forthcoming changes, he pledged that diplomats would emerge from the agency's changes with "a much more satisfying, fulfilling career". One longtime department official, who requested anonymity to speak frankly, said that any move to demote human rights and democracy would risk the foundation of US leadership in the world. Lire la suite »

Note ban made 91 lakh people start paying taxes: Arun Jaitley


The portal will rate defaulters as high risk, medium risk, low risk and very low risk. "Taxes are collected for public good. This message should be clear", Jaitley said. The CBI has charged him with the case of criminal misconduct. The department referred more than 400 cases to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the CBI that registered various cases. Lire la suite »

Nommé Premier ministre, Edouard Philippe ne sera "pas exclu" des Républicains

Il a été Directeur Général de l'UMP de 2002 à 2004, puis avocat en droit public dans un cabinet franco-américain et enfin Directeur des Affaires Publiques d'Areva de 2007 à 2010. Ce fan de Dire Straits, de Bob Dylan et de Bruce Springsteen, grand amateur de boutons de manchettes, s'est également découvert il y a plus de deux ans une passion pour la boxe, qu'il pratique trois fois par semaine au Havre. Lire la suite »

Israel releases record of Trump-Netanyahu meeting

The US president is due to visit Israel on May 22nd on his first foreign trip, which will also take him to Saudi Arabia and the Vatican. So far, the global community does not recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and not a single foreign country has based their embassies in Jerusalem . Lire la suite »

Twitter co-founder Biz Stone returns to company


A Twitter spokeswoman declined to provide additional information about Stone's position. It sounds like he's trying to recreate some kind of spark that Twitter may have lost over what's been a tough couple of years. "I'll shape the experience internally so it's also felt outside the company". Stone disclosed the news in a blog post on Medium. "I realized in that moment that Twitter was the most important work of my life". Lire la suite »

Real Madrid thrash Sevilla to home in on title - AU


After Nacho Fernandez had given Madrid a controversial 10th-minute lead with a quickly-taken free-kick, Ronaldo reached the milestone with a simple tap-in to make it 2-0 in the 23rd minute. The Andalusian side twice hit the woodwork through Jovetic in the first half and could consider themselves unlucky to have been 2-0 down at the break. Lire la suite »

Putin says Russian Federation maintains working contacts with Syrian Kurds


The administration is trying to balance battlefield needs. The US decision that was taken one week before Erdogan's scheduled visit and during the presence of a Turkish delegation, composed of Chief of Staff Hulusi Akar, Intelligence Chief Hakan Fidan, and presidential Spokesman Ibrahim Kalin, in the United States represented an unexpected blow to relations between Ankara and Washington , according to what Turkish diplomatic sources told Asharq Al-Awsat. Lire la suite »