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Why Trump is right on DACA


For example, Trump took steps to address what Fischer said was then-President Barack Obama's executive overreach. President Donald Trump has announced he will rescind the program in March if Congress can not come up with a solution for them. Lire la suite »

Il accueille un livreur de pizzas avec un fusil à pompe — Pau


Si ce point n'est pas précisé, on imagine que le frayeur a été telle pour le jeune homme qu'il n'a pas souhaité rester sur les lieux pour s'expliquer. La quinquagénaire a ensuite pu délivrer la raison de son attitude. Mais en fait, il s'est trouvé devant un homme muni d'une arme factice. Le livreur a donc été pris, à tort, comme l'un d'eux. Lire la suite »

NC Emergency Management teams at work on Irma preps

As of Wednesday afternoon, Hurricane Irma was a Category 5 storm located approximately 140 miles east of San Juan. Cooper also echoed today's Nation Weather Service warnings of severe rip currents and unsafe surf along the southeastern coast, including Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender counties. Lire la suite »

Trump to hold fourth full Cabinet meeting at Camp David


President Trump holed up at Camp David with his entire cabinet Saturday for a day of team-building sessions, hurricane briefings and strategy meetings. Trump deflected questions about the billions of dollars the government will be asked to spend to help communities in Florida and other affected states rebuild after Irma, saying "right now we're anxious about lives, not cost". Lire la suite »

Dalai Lama calls for nuclear-free world during Londonderry visit


Very sad", he added. Almost 300,000 Rohingyas have fled over the border to Bangladesh, while almost 30,000 Buddhist and Hindu residents of northern Rakhine State have been internally displaced by the conflict. Last week, South African former bishop and Nobel laureate Desmond Tutu published an open letter to Aung San Suu Kyi to express his "profound sadness" about the plight of the Rohingya in Burma. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron se rendra à Saint-Martin mardi


Alors que les critiques de l'opposition sur la gestion de la crise en amont du passage d'Irma s'amplifiaient dimanche, le ministre de l'Intérieur a estimé que "l'État, depuis le début, a fait face à la situation, a prévenu le pire". Elle devrait également émettre sur Saint-Barthélemy dès qu'un émetteur aura pu être rétabli sur cette île. " Il n'y a plus aujourd'hui les scènes de pillage ", a-t-il insisté. Lire la suite »

Trump to Allow South Korea, Japan to Buy More US Military Equipment

President Putin, speaking at the BRIC economic conference - which also featured the leaders of Brazil, India and China - said North Korean leader Kim Jong-un had pinned the survival of his regime on its development of nuclear weapons. "But it is being done by people who confuse Austria and Australia and then ask their president to persuade Russian Federation to toughen sanctions". The U.S. Lire la suite »

L'ouragan Irma touche l'extrême-sud de la Floride


Sa trajectoire a légèrement dévié, l'ouragan ne se dirige plus directement vers Miami , mais plus à l'ouest, vers les villes de Naples et Tampa. Certains refusaient pourtant de partir, comme Scott Abraham, un agent immobilier qui compte rester avec sa femme et ses deux enfants dans son appartement, au 5e étage d'un immeuble donnant sur la plage. Lire la suite »

Des militaires néerlandais envoyés à Saint-Martin pour mettre fin aux pillages


Le ministre néerlandais de l'Intérieur Ronald Plasterk a confirmé que des pillages avaient eu lieu, soulignant que des soldats étaient d'ores et déjà sur place pour tenter d'imposer un retour à l'ordre. Si les scènes de pillage de magasins alimentaires n'ont pas surpris en pareille circonstance, les habitants de l'île craignent désormais pour leur propres biens. Lire la suite »

Japan PM urges 'greatest possible pressure' on N. Korea


Most countries have condemned North Korea , with the United States, Japan and South Korea pushing for strong sanctions to punish North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's regime. The Russian president has confirmed his position that the North Korean nuclear issue cannot be solved with sanctions . He says "President Trump might have felt frustration about a seemingly softer stance from the South Korean leadership, but at the same time the Trump administration also agrees that military options ... Lire la suite »

Abe, Moon agree on stronger pressure on North Korea through sanctions


U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley accused North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Monday of "begging for war" with a series of nuclear bomb and missile tests. "We decisively condemned North Korea's launch of a medium-range ballistic missile that flew over Japan's territory on August 28, as well as the new nuclear tests conducted on September 3", Putin said in a statement. Lire la suite »

Florida gun owners encouraged to 'shoot the storm'


Mr Edwards said he was surprised by the massive reaction. According to The Trace, this problem is particularly salient in a state like Florida, where city officials frequently beg residents to avoid celebratory gunfire on New Year's Eve and the Fourth of July."I never envisioned this event becoming some kind of insane idea larger than myself", Edwards told BBC . Lire la suite »

Florida looters taking advantage of Hurricane Irma evacuations, several arrested

One teen was shot by a South Florida deputy and another is in custody after they burglarized a home during Hurricane Irma Sunday morning, while suspected looters were arrested in Miami-Dade and Broward, authorities said. It was one of several videos of thieves taking advantage of the disaster to appear in the media and on social media. At least four people have been reported dead in Florida after the hurricane hit Florida Keys, with more than 25 people killed as the storm made its way ... Lire la suite »

Putin brands North Korea sanctions useless

US President Donald Trump said that he was considering suspending trade with any country doing business with Pyongyang and also hinted at a possible attack on North Korea. A former U.S. Department of State diplomat specializing in North Korea told ValueWalk on Monday in an exclusive interview that even though Pyongyang's nuclear tests "represent a continuing escalation of tensions that should gravely concern policymakers and investors", a war on the Korean Peninsula is "not likely in the ... Lire la suite »

US Senate passes Harvey aid package, extends debt limit


The House rejected an initial proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act before passing a revised measure earlier this year. WASHINGTON - Republican leaders in the U.S. The measure will replenish depleted emergency accounts as Florida braces for Hurricane Irma and Texas recovers from Harvey. USA emergency officials are now facing a second wave of potentially devastating storm damage from Hurricane Irma, which is due to strike Florida over the weekend. Lire la suite »

Governor Kay Ivey closes some state offices ahead of Hurricane Irma


Alabama Power is also directing customers to its Storm Safety website where they can find a wide-range of information from packing an emergency kit to how the company restores power. "But regardless of our fears, we can always remember the truth: That Alabamians can depend on each other, that we place our faith in the Lord and that we are willing to face head-on whatever may be thrown at us". Lire la suite »

Congress should deal with DACA

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum called the government's action "indefensible" and said Trump was "playing chicken" by giving Congress six months to improve DACA or cancel it. There may well be serious, prudential reasons behind this choice: An immediate rescission would have cast 800,000 dreamers suddenly adrift. "So, in January 2019 my DACA will expire and then I won't have a driver's license, I won't be able to go to school, I won't be able to work anymore". Lire la suite »

Bannon Calls Himself a "Street Fighter", Declares War on GOP Establishment


Here are the three most important takeaways from the interview. Bannon criticized the House and Senate leadership for what he said was their overpromising and underdelivering on health care, saying they told the White House that they would repeal and replace Obamacare in the first few months of the administration and the new Congress before moving on to a tax overhaul by summer and infrastructure legislation by year's end - none of which, as of yet, has happened. Lire la suite »

Sydneysiders Rally for Marriage Equality in the Largest LGBTQ Demonstration to Date


All of the speakers described marriage equality as a fundamentally conservative value - one that they wanted to extend to all loving couples, the Guardian reported . Opposition Leader Bill Shorten, who supports same-sex marriage and has committed Labor to campaigning for a "yes" vote, told the crowd the vote was exclusively about marriage and not "about a whole lot of extraneous rubbish". Lire la suite »