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Cousins accused of killing four men in July due in court today


Prosecutors say the bodies of three victims were found buried in a common grave. An attorney for the Finocchiaro family called the hearing "short and bitter". His lawyer has said DiNardo confessed in exchange for prosecutors agreeing to not seek the death penalty. Additional charges against both men include conspiracy, robbery, abuse of a corpse, and possession of an instrument of crime. Lire la suite »

North Adams: NAPS students receive free meals


School leaders secured more funding to be able to expand the program to include every student. In some places, there really is such thing as a free lunch. Breakfast is already provided free of charge. Critics of the plan, which New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio proposed it as an element of his equity agenda, suggested that its main achievement would be giving free meals to relatively wealthy students. Lire la suite »

La France suggère à la Belgique de lui acheter des Rafale

Boeing et Saab (Gripen) avaient déjà jeté le gant, il ne restera donc que deux avions en lice pour l'appel d'offres de la Belgique (dont le délai se termine ce soir): le F-35 américain (qui a la préférence de l'armée de l'air belge) et l'Eurofighter/Typhoon (défendu par les Britanniques). Lire la suite »

Hurricane Harvey Leads to Gas Price Surge in New Jersey


Gasoline prices were the highest they had been for the last three Labor Day weekends, and they may climb more as Hurricane Irma nears the USA and demand increases. At its peak, Harvey shuttered 27 percent of USA processing capacity. At least four refineries are operating at reduced rates, though none have returned to normal. Lire la suite »

Trump to DACA recipients: "You have nothing to worry about"


Ms Kelleher said that she personally knows a number of Irish families in NY who benefited from Daca and they were "absolutely devastated and understandably very concerned". They called DACA an unconstitutional abuse of executive power but proponents of the program said the move by Trump was cruel. The deal could include funding for the wall along the US southern border that Trump initially said Mexico would pay for, or some other border security measures. Lire la suite »

Placeholders for Google Drive is Coming for G Suite Customers


Drive File Stream replaces Google Drive for Mac/PC. A lot of us have Google Drive repositories that are quite large, and that's especially true for enterprise customers. To enable Drive File Stream , check " Allow Drive File Stream in your organization ". Only those in the early adopter program had access to File Stream when it was launched back in March, but now Google thinks it has all the kinks worked out and it's becoming a stock feature in G Suite . Lire la suite »

Killer Instinct on Steam supports crossplay


Tucked a switch that will enable certain feature you've all been clamoring for, and that feature is indeed cross-play!... Although there is still no precise release date, there is good news for players as the company has announced that the Steam version of Killer Instinct will have cross-play support with Xbox One and Windows 10. Lire la suite »

Trump, South Korean president discusses North Korea


The US responded by saying that North Korea leader Kim Jong Un was "begging for war" . "A few days ago, North Korea again made a provocation with its sixth nuclear test ". That calculation has held even while China's interests have diverged from those of North Korea . A diplomatic source said Wednesday the leaders are set to approve the joint activities in five areas -aquaculture, greenhouse farming, tourism, wind power, and waste reduction. Lire la suite »

Trump's craven DACA decision — Mike Littwin


She was among about 200 people who protested Trump's decision outside the Nebraska Capitol in Lincoln on Tuesday. Immigrants who were brought to the country illegally as children or whose families overstayed visas said they are veterans of setbacks in the political arena. Lire la suite »

China Protests THAAD Deployment


South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed to pursue stronger United Nations sanctions in light of the North's provocations. "China is seriously concerned", Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said at a regular news briefing, asserting that Thaad would only undermine the regional strategic balance, harm regional security interests - including China's - and increase tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Lire la suite »

Slain Sindiso Magaqa would have joined the EFF - Malema


I was still waiting for him and this happened. He was well known as the secretary-general of the ANCYL before it was disbanded in 2012. "I think we will continue to work, this is not an insurmountable issue, we will continue to work; we will continue delivering to the people". Lire la suite »

Arrêtée, elle s'enfuit avec la voiture de police

Alors que les policiers , dehors, vérifient son sac dans lequel se trouvent plusieurs objets volés, Toscha en profite pour enlever sa ceinture. Elle passe ensuite à l'avant du véhicule pour prendre le volant. Elle doit aujourd'hui répondre de multiples charges dont fuite et atteinte physique grave, menace à main armée, aggravée d'agression contre les serviteurs de l'État, évasion avec avec un véhicule en récidive et utilisation illégale d'un véhicule. Lire la suite »

Trump says USA not 'putting up with' North Korea's actions


Mattis' strong warning comes just hours after North Korea carried out its sixth nuclear test - the most powerful blast to date. President Donald Trump warned on Wednesday that the United States would no longer tolerate North Korea's actions but said the use of military force against Pyongyang will not be his "first choice". Lire la suite »

Dayton Higher Ed Leaders Urge Action For Dreamers


The lawsuit was filed in the U. S . District Court for the Eastern District of New York . Trump tweeted that DACA recipients have "nothing to worry about" despite the fact that his administration is phasing out the program and a series of talking points advised them to self-deport. Lire la suite »

Putin, Moon urge swift end to NKorea crisis


Russian Federation is ready to take part in talks to try to solve the North Korean issue but has yet to see any positive impact from sanctions against Pyongyang , a Kremlin spokesman said on Sunday. Han Tae Song addressed the United Nations -sponsored conference on disarmament on Tuesday, just two days after North Korea claimed to have tested a hydrogen bomb that could fit an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), its sixth nuclear test to date. Lire la suite »

North Korea nuclear crisis: Test 'caused landslides'


This undated file photo distributed on Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, by the North Korean government, shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , second from right, at an undisclosed location. President Donald Trump has spoken with the leaders of Britain and Australia about North Korea's latest nuclear test. After the test on September 3 the United States warned it could launch a "massive military response" to threats from North Korea that would be "both effective and overwhelming". Lire la suite »

Corruption Trial Begins for US Senator Bob Menendez


These were allegedly in exchange for favors such as helping a security company owned by Melgen win a lucrative contract with the Dominican Republic's customs department. Sen. The two men met in the early 1990s and are close friends, defense attorneys say. "It's not a crime to give Melgen an ear to a senator he otherwise would not have", Abbe Lowell, an attorney for Menendez, said. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump refers to himself as 'daddy' in North Dakota


Trump's comments about Ivanka have triggered controversy in the past as well. Not that it's even possible to forget the president's unnerving, nausea-inducing, borderline incestuous , obsession with his daughter, Ivanka, but just in case you forgot amidst an inundation of bullshit : "Trump is still a creepy predator whose adult daughter calls him 'Daddy ", apparently. Lire la suite »

War with N.Korea not Trump's first choice

According to a statement from South Korea's presidential office, Moon and Trump agreed to remove the limit on the payload of South Korean missiles in response to the North's nuclear test. "But buying new types of arms from the United States would be the fastest way to upgrade its defenses, particularly ballistic missile defenses", said Jonathan Pollack, a senior research associate at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, a research group headquartered in Monterey, California. Lire la suite »

Chaos as Hurricane Irma strikes Caribbean


Meanwhile, the hurricane warning for the USA and British Virgin Islands has ended. Residents said over local radio that phone lines went down. Barbuda was the first island to bear the brunt of the category five storm earlier today, as the potentially catastrophic 185mph winds and rain barrel towards Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba. Lire la suite »

Srinagar Grenade blast: Injured civilian succumbs


Police said the militant hurled a hand grenade at a passing vehicle of the CRPF near Jehangir Chowk, which missed the intended target and exploded on the road. He said the grenade blast left Assistant Sub-Inspector Rajinder Singh injured, as per PTI. The grenade was aimed at the forces but it exploded very close to the thrower himself and as a result left the accused injured. Lire la suite »

Ayesha Gulalai refuses to quit PTI


The PTI had filed a reference against the MNA with National Assembly Speaker Ayaz Sadiq to de-seat her for violating party discipline and the speaker sent the reference to the ECP on September 1. "Better public schools & reformed health service in govt hospitals; health cards for the poor". She added there was no place for middle class or poor class workers in PTI as landlords were running the party, who couldn't understand the problems of these classes. Lire la suite »