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La PMA ouverte à toutes les femmes en 2018, annonce Marlène Schiappa


Sur BFMTV , la secrétaire d'Etat chargée de l'Egalité entre les femmes et les hommes Marlène Schiappa a annoncé l'ouverture de la procréation médicalement assistée pour toutes les femmes qui le désirent, dès 2018. " Ouvrir la PMA à toutes les femmes est une question de justice sociale ", a-t-elle encore affirmé. Parce que, actuellement, on constate qu'il y a des femmes qui sont en France, qui ont les moyens d'aller à l'étranger faire une PMA. Lire la suite »

Worst of Irma now underway for Middle Georgia, EMA officials say


Hurricane Irma made landfall in southwestern Florida on Sunday . The site suggests that while little can be done to protect trees and fruit from wind, growers should take steps to protect the people, equipment, and supplies that are be needed in the recovery process to include adequate insurance for groves, buildings, and equipment. Lire la suite »

Gulf crisis continues as false media reports surface


Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani made the remarks in a speech before the United Nations Human Rights Council in the Swiss city of Geneva on Monday, strongly denouncing the "illegal siege which clearly violates worldwide laws". Lire la suite »

Facebook Testing Instant Videos To Download Over WiFi


A screenshot of Instant Videos was first shared by "Devesh Logendran" using a pseudonym to TNW's director of social media Matt Navarra. The trade-off with Instant Video however is that storage space on your handset may now be taken up by videos that you might not want to watch at all. Lire la suite »

La Floride frappée par l'ouragan Irma, déjà plusieurs victimes


L'ouragan Jose , rehaussé en niveau 4 sur une échelle maximale de 5, devrait passer samedi "à 100 km au nord de Saint Martin " selon les dernières prévisions de Météo France. "On n'arrive pas à sécuriser tous les points", a-t-il affirmé. "La sécurité" est la "deuxième consigne", a poursuivi le ministre, évoquant "un certain nombre de pillages" de magasins et de pharmacies. Lire la suite »

Neenah man riding out Hurricane Irma in Fort Myers

IIrma's pressure at landfall in the Florida Keys Sunday morning of 929 millibars (27.43 inches) is the lowest for any storm making a US landfall since Katrina in 2005 (27.17 inches), and the strongest to hit Florida since Andrew in 1992 (27.23 inches). Lire la suite »

No other state gets hit by hurricanes as often as Florida


But the focus isn't exclusively on restoring electrical grids: many others are hunkering down for the floodwaters coming in on the back end of Irma's rage. The storm gradually lost strength, weakening to a Category 1 hurricane by Monday morning . Officials warned that flooding from Florida to SC could pose a particular danger in coming days. Lire la suite »

Ouragan Irma: "Comment allons-nous survivre à cet ouragan ?"


Avec d'immenses plages de sable blanc, de grands hôtels et plusieurs millions d'habitants dans l'agglomération, la baie de Tampa est considérée comme la zone la plus vulnérable aux Etats-Unis face à un ouragan comme Irma. Malgré les ordres d'évacuation obligatoires, de nombreux résidents semblent avoir choisi de rester sur cette une langue de terre très basse et particulièrement sensible aux inondations. Lire la suite »

Irma Weakens to Tropical Depression - National Hurricane Center

As of the 11 p.m. advisory, Irma was still a Category 3 hurricane, located 90 miles southeast of Key West and was moving slowly, heading northwest at just 6 mph. David Wallack oversees a construction crew boarding the front of his establishment, Mango's, in Miami. As of about noon, six of 42 bridges in the Keys had been inspected by the Florida Deptartment of Transportation, and none had been cleared of debris and downed power lines enough to be re-opened to vehicles. Lire la suite »

Loiret : un enfant meurt écrasé par le tracteur de son père


Le petit garçon est mort écrasé par le tracteur de son père. Selon le premier adjoint au maire, Claude Boissay, qui s'est rendu sur place quelques minutes après le drame, le père de famille, âgé de 35 ans, était en train de rentrer du bois, à l'aide de son vieux tracteur , alors que ses trois enfants jouaient à proximité. Lire la suite »

Lukashenko's official visit to India begins


At the Forum, 11 MoUs were exchanged between India and Belarusian organizations, which included "Agreement on Basic Conditions" between Glorincor LLC and Biocon Limited; and Ministry of Health of the Republic of Belarus, Glorincor LLC and Cadila Healthcare Limited. Lire la suite »

BJP will capture power in state In 2019: Amit Shah


He said that his main target is to form the government in West Bengal", a BJP leader said. "He has asked us to hit back whenever the Trinamool commits atrocities and not get disheartened". Upadhyaya and Vivekananda are being placed on the same pedestal... Chatterjee also accused the BJP of trying to create another Godhra like situation in Bengal to win the coming elections. Lire la suite »

Georgia Power: 410000+ customers without power


In Valdosta, where intially nearly 28,000 customers lost power, the number had dropped to 24,500 by early afternoon. In metro Atlanta, 44,000-plus customers were dealing with power outages as heavy winds from Tropical Storm Irma rolled into the area. Lire la suite »

NIGERIA : Une série d'attaques de Boko Haram dans 7 Etats déjouée


Connu sous le nom de Husseini Mai-Tangaran, son arrestation a eu lieu le 31 août à Kano entrainant l'interpellation de plusieurs autres islamistes. Cependant, les services de sécurité nigérians annoncent souvent avoir déjoué des complots de Boko Haram, mais ces arrestations sont rarement suivies de procès et de condamnations judiciaires. Lire la suite »

New UN sanctions to "starve" North Korean regime


The US is calling for an oil embargo on Pyongyang, an assets freeze on leader Kim Jong-Un, but also an end to textile exports and to payments made to North Korean guest workers. The proposed US sanctions would also freeze all foreign financial assets of the government and its leader, Kim Jong Un . Russia, which had earlier said further sanctions would be "useless" on North Korea , agreed to the resolution as "leaving nuclear tests without a firm reaction would be wrong", said its ... Lire la suite »

Hurricane Jose has weakened but will linger over Atlantic for days


As Irma has been losing steam while it is travelling up the USA, eyes have started turning to Hurricane Jose, which is sitting north of the Caribbean Islands. Forecasters expect it to complete a clockwise loop over the water in the next couple of days. "Despite the complex forecast track, this general solution is shared by all the reliable model guidance", said hurricane forecasters, according to the Orlando Sentinel . Lire la suite »

Australian party asks PM to take in Rohingya refugees


The government of Buddhist-majority Myanmar says its security forces are fighting "terrorists" behind the latest wave of attacks, which began on August 25, and they are doing all they can to avoid harming civilians. Prince Zeid said he is "appalled" by reports that Myanmar authorities have begun to lay internationally banned landmines along the border with Bangladesh to stop fleeing Rohingya. Lire la suite »

Cedar Fair, LP (FUN) CEO Sells $200400.00 in Stock

Solaris Asset Management LLC now owns 1,545 shares of the company's stock valued at $111,000 after acquiring an additional 120 shares during the last quarter. The stock's average target of $80.60 is 36.91% above today's ($58.87) share price. Kornitzer Cap Ks invested in 6,525 shares or 0.01% of the stock. Lire la suite »

UN Security Council set to vote on North Korea sanctions


In a statement published by the official KCNA news agency, North Korea's foreign ministry warned Washington that if it did "rig up the illegal and unlawful "resolution" on harsher sanctions, the DPRK shall make absolutely sure that the US pays due price". Lire la suite »

John Kelly says Congress has done "nothing" to fix DACA


DACA, short for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, was the 2012 Obama administration executive order that shielded young immigrants brought to the country illegally from deportation. Gutierrez went on to say that Kelly "has no honor and should be out of the White House along with the white supremacists and those enabling the President's actions by 'just following orders'". Lire la suite »