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Présidentielle : Marine Le Pen, une performance en demi-teinte


La députée européenne a également décoché ses premières flèches vers son futur adversaire lors du second tour, Emmanuel Macron, " l'héritier de François Hollande ". "Vive la France", a-t-elle conclu son discours tenu à Hénin-Beaumont avant de chanter devant ses patriotes La Marseillaise et de les remercier pour leur soutien. Read More »

At least 97 migrants missing as boat sinks off Libya


UN Refugee Agency's (UNHCR) spokeswoman Carlotta Sami told Efe news that 8,300 people were rescued in 60 rescue operations were conducted throughout the weekend by 35 ships, including some merchant vessels that offered support. "Our crew says they've never seen anything like it", the organisation tweeted. Smugglers take advantage of calm seas to launch many boats. "How many people would have crossed if we weren't there today, Frontex? ". Read More »

N.Korea detains US citizen; at least 3rd American being held


South Korea's unification ministry said Monday it is checking information about North Korea's latest detainment of a US citizen amid tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs. "It's also a resolve to point a double-action revolver against the USA and China because he is a United States citizen who worked in China". Last year, Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old university student, was sentenced to 15 years of hard labour in prison after he confessed to trying to steal a propaganda ... Read More »

Iranian nuclear deal faces threats


Iran and six world major countries, namely the United States, Britain, China, Russia , France and Germany, reached an agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue in July, 2015 that puts Iran on the path of worldwide and western sanctions relief but more strict limits on its nuclear program. Read More »

China calls for restraint as U.S. carrier group nears Korean waters

Abe stressed that North Korea's nuclear and missile development is a grave security threat to Japan and the global community. If North Korea conducts a nuclear test, " Beijing will undoubtedly support the United Nations in adopting tougher sanctions against it, including oil embargo", said the newspaper, which is known for its nationalistic views. Read More »

Germany's nationalist AfD elects two main contenders for vote

Gauland, 76, is one of the party's most prominent members and considered one of Petry's main rivals. The AfD convention came a day after tens of thousands rallied against the populist party in Cologne and blocked access to the hotel where party members were to hold their meeting. Read More »

US Defense Secretary Mattis visits Afghanistan

According to a statement by the Office of the National Security Adviser (NSA), the Iranian National Security Council secretary made a telephone call to Mr. His top commander in the country, Gen. John Nicholson, has told Congress he believes the war is at a "stalemate" and has suggested that the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation coalition needs several thousand more troops to turn the tide. Read More »

Emmanuel Macron en tête en France et au Luxembourg


Lui qui, il y a un an, fondait presque seul son mouvement "et de droite et de gauche" se voit investi comme le candidat républicain face à la candidate d'extrême droite de Marine Le Pen . " En une année, nous avons changé le visage de la vie politique française ", a-t-il lancé. Manuel Valls a souligné " la gravité du moment " avec la qualification de Marine Le Pen . Read More »

The sad saga of North Korea's ATMs

Kim's mouthpiece brazenly said the DPRK's forces are "combat-ready" and prepared to "sink" the nuclear-powered super-carrier. Kim was identified as a former professor at Yanbian University of Science and Technology, a Chinese institution close to the border with North Korea. Read More »

South African man pleads not guilty in family ax murder


Along with the three murder charges, he also faces a charge of attempted murder for severely wounding his younger sister during the attack and another charge of defeating the ends of justice for reportedly tampering with the crime scene. Martin and Teresa van Breda were killed in their family home. Murder accused Henri van Breda wishes to share his side of the story. Defense lawyer Pieter Botha read Henri van Breda's account in the Western Cape High Court, detailing a normal family evening ... Read More »

Gorsuch Joins the Supreme Court With Nod to Scalia

Trump is anxious to celebrate Gorsuch's success because it is one of the few clear accomplishments of his young administration, uniting Republicans. Constitution. "I think that's a form of hazing, don't you?" This removed the ability for nominees to the Supreme Court to be filibustered . Gorsuch mirrored Scalia's originalist approach to the law during his 11 years on the federal appeals court in Denver, interpreting the Constitution according to the meaning understood by those who ... Read More »

Brokerages Set Expedia Inc (EXPE) PT at $141.85

Quadrant Capital Group LLC now owns 925 shares of the online travel company's stock valued at $102,000 after buying an additional 5 shares during the last quarter. The firm also recently disclosed a quarterly dividend, which was paid on Thursday, March 30th. Stockholders of record on Thursday, March 9th were paid a $0.28 dividend. Read More »

Arkansas Executes First Prisoner in 12 Years

In his first decision as a US Supreme Court Justice, Neil Gorsuch cast the deciding vote allowing the state of Arkansas to execute a death row inmate. Circuit Court of Appeals denied his request for a stay. With the support of other judges on the Supreme Court, could the debate around Lee's death and other executions planned in Arkansas ultimately lead to the Court deciding to abolish capital punishment in the United States? The stays issued for Bruce Ward, Don Davis and Stacey Johnson put ... Read More »

French vote for Macron, Le Pen shuts out mainstream politics

Some 300 people gathered at a peaceful protest at nearby Place de la Republique, waving red flags and dancing around the flames of a bonfire. Pro-European Union centrist Macron will face far-right nationalist contender Marine Le Pen in a May 7 runoff after topping the vote in Sunday's first round. Read More »

White House official: Deal to avoid government shutdown could come today

Kelly said he thought Trump "will be insistent on the funding" for the wall, a lingering question ahead of the spending battle lawmakers face as they work this week to keep the government's lights on past Friday. Trump has repeatedly said he wanted a wall to stem the flow of illegal immigrants. Sessions went on to explain that there is excess money in tax credits going to Mexicans that the USA can utilize to help finance the wall. Read More »

North Korea detains United States citizen


With the situation in the Korean peninsula deteriorating, the North's neighbours are taking precautionary measures and are scaling up security in case a war breaks out in the region. Kim Dong Chul, a naturalized United States citizen of Korean origin, was arrested on October 2015. He was given 15 years' hard labour for crimes against the state in March 2016. Read More »

North Korea celebrates as tensions rise


United States officials said that the Trump administration had settled on a policy that will emphasise increasing pressure on Pyongyang with the help of China, North Korea's only major ally, instead of military options or trying to overthrow Kim's regime. Read More »

North Korea threatens to sink USS Carl Vinson


The US supercarrier Carl Vinson will arrive in waters off the Korean peninsula "in a matter of days", Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday, amid reports the North could be preparing a sixth nuclear test . It has marked similar events in the past with nuclear tests or missile launches. U.S. -North Korea tensions have skyrocketed in recent days as the paranoid military empire conducts nuclear and missile tests and tries its hardest to intimidate the West. Read More »

Marine Le Pen, une performance en demi-teinte — Présidentielle

Il lui a souhaité le meilleur pour le second tour, le 7 mai, face à Marine Le Pen, a rapporté son porte-parole. " Sans ambiguïté et sans hésitation ", elle a appelé dimanche soir les électeurs à à voter pour Emmanuel Macron au second tour. François Fillon totalise 11,93% des suffrages. Une information non confirmée dans le camp Macron . A Serris , Emmanuel Macron réalise un très beau score avec 32,47 %. Read More »

Should McDonald's staff get reward for reporting Facebook killer Steve Stephens?


McDonald's employees in Erie, Pennsylvania followed this motto and subsequently ended the nationwide manhunt for the " Facebook Killer ", Steve Stephens. If you see something, say something. "As the vehicle was spinning out of control from the PIT manoeuvre, Stephens pulled a pistol and shot himself in the head", Pennsylvania state police said in a statement. Read More »

Scottish Cup semi final: Rangers 0-2 Celtic

Callum McGregor slotted home a sumptuous finish from the edge of the box, before Scott Sinclair's 51st-minute penalty put the tie beyond Rangers . "Helder, my assistant, came to me at the end of the warm-up and told me "Please, in your speech before the match, don't be that strong". Read More »