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Irma: Deux morts et deux blessés graves, dit Girardin


A Saint-Martin, "quatre bâtiments, qui étaient les plus solides, ont été détruits donc cela veut dire que, vraisemblablement, les bâtiments qui étaient plus rustiques sont partiellement ou totalement détruits", a averti le ministre français de l'Intérieur, Gérard Collomb , précisant qu'il n'y avait pas de "pertes humaines" signalées "pour le moment". Lire la suite »

Opera Mini for iOS gets revamped ahead of iPhone 8 launch


Essentially, once you start engaging with news content, the engine begins defining a unique user profile by accumulating news categories and publisher domains you would habitually click on. Based on user data, Opera found that the majority of individuals use their mobile browser to complete searches and read the news. It will be soon coming to Russia, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Lire la suite »

Seven Coaches of Shaktipunj Express Derails in UP


According to reports, since the train was running at a relatively slow speed of 40 km/hr there was minimal damage when the Shaktipunj Express derailed around 6:00 AM, however, the cause of the derailment is yet to be identified. All stranded passengers were immediately shifted to non-derailed coaches of the train. A few days after the tragedy, on 23 August, nine coaches of the Delhi-bound Kaifiyat Express derailed in Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh after the train collided with a ... Lire la suite »

Philippines warns its people to brace for USA deportation


He pointed out that while the program does not lead to U.S. citizenship, it is renewable every two years. US President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday he is revoking the DACA program and gave the US Congress up to March 5, 2018 to come up with a law that would prevent the deportations of as many as 800,000 people covered by the program. Lire la suite »

Amazon, Microsoft, and Starbucks back multi-state lawsuit over Trump's 'Dreamers' repeal

Regardless of individual opinions on DACA, a highly defiant statement such as this from Microsoft is out of character given that passing a new bill through Congress could be months away. They are loyal to this country and contribute their time and money to local churches, schools and community groups. In another, earlier tweet , Trump said, "Make no mistake, we are going to put the interest of AMERICAN CITIZENS FIRST!" They obey our laws, pay taxes here and have registered voluntarily ... Lire la suite »

Catholic Charities to offer help with DACA renewals


But that was only possible thanks to a program created under President Barack Obama's administration, known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA . She does receive some private scholarships from people who are impressed with her talents and want to see her succeed. It has been misused and is burdening the American citizen who has to pay for all this. Lire la suite »

Trump 'crushed' by former bodyguard's departure


Schiller reportedly thinks his role is redundant now that the president has so many people attending to his basic needs, and he is also not reassured by Kelly restricting Trump's access to his most loyal allies. With doors around the White House now closed, both figuratively and literally, Schiller has told friends he doesn't like working under Kelly as much, according to Bloomberg. Lire la suite »

Togo opposition parties hold protests demanding term limits


Many protesters brandished placards denouncing the government of President Faure Gnassingbe, whose family has been in power for the last 50 years, AFP reported . Reports monitored on social media and the BBC indicate that apart from the area of Kara, which is a populated predominantly by Gnassingbe supporters, there were protests all over the country. Lire la suite »

First Images Of Rami Malek As Freddie Mercury


From just this first image, it appears Malek has nailed the physical transformation, but he will sing for the film, as well. There was some back and forth on who would portray the legendary frontman Freddie Mercury , with Sacha Baron Cohen , Ben Whishaw and Adam Lambert all at one point committed to play the singer. Lire la suite »

Hurricane Irma pushes Florida, Northern Colorado kickoff to noon Saturday


Officials from both schools, as well as from the American Athletic Conference , are exploring contingency plans and discussing the possibility of starting the game earlier Saturday or even canceling it. The game is the AAC opener for both teams. A decision is expected to be made by mid-day Thursday. Irma is one of the strongest hurricanes ever to form over the Atlantic Ocean. Lire la suite »

IPhone X: has Apple's new iPhone name finally been confirmed?


While not an official confirmation by any means, Apple has historically opened up pre-orders for new iPhone models on the Friday following its special media event. So Apple fans, we suggest you start saving up. All the more interesting are reports that the iPhone 8 will do away with the venerable Touch ID sensor and instead rely upon facial recognition software for user identification purposes. Lire la suite »

S. Korea plans 'Frankenmissile' to destroy North's underground military bases

The resolution would authorize countries "to interdict and inspect Committee-designated cargo vessels on the high seas" and bans exports of crude oil, refined petroleum products and natural gas liquids. "A minority raised safety issues and worries about nuclear tests when they came in for consultations", said the manager, who gave only her surname, Ju. Lire la suite »

1 hurt in East Chicago post office explosion


The Porter County's bomb squad was on scene with a bomb disposal robot. Fire Chief Anthony Serna says a post office employee was injured during the incident. East Chicago Avenue between Melville Avenue and Huish Drive was closed to traffic during the investigation. Calls to the East Chicago Police Department went unanswered. Lire la suite »

Insmed, Inc. (INSM) Earns Positive Rating from Robert W. Baird


Institutional investors now hold around $725 million or 93.1% in INSM stock. Finally, Victory Capital Management Inc. bought a new stake in Insmed during the 1st quarter worth approximately $609,000. When considering if perhaps the stock is under or overvalued, the average price target is $28.25 which is 129.9% above where the stock closed on Friday. Lire la suite »

Ouragan Irma: Trump déclare l'état d'urgence


Les météorologues ont mis en garde contre " un ouragan potentiellement catastrophique ", pressant pour une accélération des préparatifs en vue de son arrivée. Selon l'estimation qu'il a pu faire en se rendant sur place mercredi, après qu'Irma eut balayé l'île dans la nuit, "environ 20, 30% des propriétés sont totalement démolies". Lire la suite »

'Real Time with Bill Maher' Renewed for Seasons 17 and 18


It seems that Bill Marher will be staying on HBO after all. The show's current run lasts through 2018; the two extra years will take it through 2020, for a total of 19 seasons. Maher's relationship with HBO dates back to 1989, when he headlined his first stand-up special for the network. "I'm extraordinarily grateful to HBO for one of the great relationships of my life, and I applaud their efforts to fight ageism by signing me to this extended deal", stated Maher. Lire la suite »

AMG National Trust Bank Raises Stake in Nokia Corporation

The stock grabbed 55 new institutional investments totaling 8,185,026 shares while 34 institutional investors sold out their entire positions totaling 14,695,022 shares. Zacks Investment Research lowered shares of Nokia Corporation from a "buy" rating to a "hold" rating in a research report on Tuesday, August 8th. Finally, Credit Suisse Group reiterated an "outperform" rating and set a $5.75 price objective on shares of Nokia Corporation in a research note on Thursday, July 6th. Lire la suite »

Jose strengthens into hurricane in Atlantic Ocean


Tropical Depression 13 started to organize Tuesday afternoon and became Tropical Storm Katia in the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday morning near the eastern Mexican coast. Jose will continue to move to the west and could come close to the Leeward Islands , which were battered by Hurricane Irma earlier Wednesday. Those islands can expect hurricane conditions within the next 36 hours. Lire la suite »

Some of the nation's largest school systems shutting down for Hurricane Irma


AST. School officials made the decision to close as their counterparts in Texas continue to assess damage from Hurricane Harvey, which caused the worst natural disaster in the state's recorded history. Miami County Day School: This school will be closed from Wednesday until the end of the week. Broward County announced yesterday that schools will be closed on Thursday and Friday. Lire la suite »

Katia becomes hurricane in Gulf of Mexico

Hurricane Katia has formed in the southwest Gulf of Mexico, the National Hurricane Center says. Hurricane Irma - one of the strongest storms ever recorded in the Atlantic - is battering the northern Virgin Islands and hurtling toward Puerto Rico on Wednesday afternoon after smashing a string of small northern Caribbean islands, where at least two people were killed. Lire la suite »

Republican leaders annoyed' over Ivanka visit during meeting


Rep. Joe Barton, a Republican from Texas, gave Trump credit for finding a way to be bipartisan in a highly polarized Washington - albeit with poor timing. Those include disaster relief for victims of Hurricane Harvey , raising the US debt ceiling by early October to prevent an unprecedented default on USA government debt, and passing legislation for federal spending in the fiscal year that begins on Oct. Lire la suite »

Japan pressures North Korea


Japan's Defense Minister Itsunori Onodera and U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis agreed Wednesday morning Japan time to strengthen pressure on North Korea during talks over the phone in the wake of Pyongyang's nuclear blast test this Sunday. Lire la suite »

Japan PM Shinzo Abe warns North Korea against continuing nuclear program


He also warned of a "global catastrophe" unless a diplomatic solution of North Korea problem is found. The Russian leader, a former head of his country's intelligence services, also said that sanctions, like those put in place against the North's economy last month by the United Nations Security Council, are " useless and ineffective". Lire la suite »