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Stormzy donates thousands to help British student go to Harvard


On her appeal page, called #SW2Harvard, she posted: 'As a young black woman, from an inner city, working class background, this is such an fantastic opportunity'. In a tweet stating that she had met her target, Asiedu cited one of Stormzy's lyrics ("Blinded by your grace") and shared a screenshot of the £12,000 marker. Lire la suite »

Syria using crematorium to cover up mass hangings, United States claims


The department released commercial satellite photographs showing what it described as a building in the prison complex that was modified to support the crematorium. In presenting the photographs, Jones said Syrian President Bashar Assad's government "has sunk to a new level of depravity" with the support of Russian Federation and Iran and called on both countries to use its influence with Syria to establish a credible ceasefire and begin political talks. Lire la suite »

College shooter stalked victim, but she didn't worry about him


No one else was wounded in the shooting, which occurred at one of the main buildings on campus, McLellan said. Another student, Haseeb Ahmed, was in class when he heard three gunshots, he said. Police describe the shooter as a white man with a buzz haircut, who is wearing an orange tank top, and black jacket. Police later found Torres' body inside a locker room shower stall in another building. Lire la suite »

League veteran Nichols on cocaine charge


It is alleged Nichols had 1.1 grams of a white powder which authorities believed to be cocaine. However any offence would still be within the jurisdiction of Football Federation Australia once his contract expires at the end of this month. Lire la suite »

Super Mario Odyssey, tournaments part of Nintendo's E3 plans this year

Fans can remember that Nintendo has dedicated nearly its whole E3 show floor to the then upcoming "Zelda" game, which was more of a shrine than anything. The segment will feature some of the upcoming games that will roll out this year. The new expected titles include colorful team action game Splatoon 2 , unusual boxing twist Arms , and the end-of-year headliner Super Mario Odyssey . Lire la suite »

Amid FBI fallout, Trump escalates war against media and Comey


Mr Trump has said that Mr Comey has told him three times that he was not a target of the FBI inquiry, comments that have raised accusations among opponents that the president was interfering in the investigation. "As the top legal officers in the states, and in many cases the top law enforcement officers, it's something in which we have experience, expertise, and deep concern", Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said to Newsweek . Lire la suite »

Silk Road Project Vital for World Economy, Peace

India boycotted the Belt and Road Forum (BRF) held from May 14-15. Hua said China always followed the principle of extensive consultation with other countries on the project over which India has sovereignty concerns. While some see Beijing's project as a geopolitical powerplay, Xi has insisted that the Belt and Road is open to everybody. "Regarding the issue of Kashmir which the Indian side is concerned about, we have been stressing that the issue was left over from history between India ... Lire la suite »

U.S. delegation will return to Israel to finalize Trump visit itinerary


NATO's next summit is not scheduled until next year in Istanbul, but the May 25 meeting was specially scheduled to enable other North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders to meet with Trump . Trump did not visit one. It will be his first trip overseas since taking office in January. Riyadh and Washington had a testier relationship under Democratic President Barack Obama's administration, which Saudi Arabia felt placed less importance on the Saudi-U.S. Lire la suite »

France's Macron names Republican Philippe as PM


Travelling to the German capital to meet the veteran leader in his first official trip overseas, Macron used the opportunity to call for a "historic reconstruction" of Europe. Melenchon got almost 20 percent of the vote in the first round of the presidential election. Right-wing voters are seen to be a barrier for Macron in getting enough representatives in the National Assembly to successfully implement his policy programme. Lire la suite »

'Strong evidence' North Korea-linked group was behind NHS cyberattack

Kaspersky Lab , a Russian cybersecurity firm, also pointed to similar links, writing, "We believe this might hold the key to solve some of the mysteries around this attack". They called for new sanctions, as well as steps to address North Korea's cyber activities. A group with ties to North Korea is thought to be responsible for a series of attacks on financial institutions. Lire la suite »

Named new French prime minister

Mr Philippe, 46, is the mayor of Le Havre and a close associate of Alain Juppe, a prominent conservative who was touted to replace Francois Fillon as presidential candidate for the Republicans. He worked as public affairs director for the state nuclear group Areva between 2007 and 2010. "The president of the republic has appointed Edouard Philippe as prime minister", Alexis Kohler, the newly appointed Elysee Secretary General, told a very brief news conference on Monday. Lire la suite »

Kurdish-led forces advance on ISIS-held Raqqa, say activists


Turkey is also concerned about the possibility that the weapons could end up in the hands of the PKK. But the US sees the YPG as effective partners on the ground in their fight against ISIL. But Trump's strongest case-which he should make to Erdogan in their scheduled meeting next week in Washington-is that it's in Turkey's interest to accept this policy. Lire la suite »

BC voters don't want a Liberal government, feeling buyers' remorse: new poll


The current count of 43 BC Liberal MLAs, 41 BC NDP and three Greens will likely to remain the same, according to University of BC economist Kevin Milligan's calculations , with just a 10% chance BC Liberals add a seat. "I believe the 170,000 ballots to be counted will confirm more or less the same outcome as we've got now, and I believe that working with the other opposition party we can come up with a resolution that will meet the interests of all British Columbians", he said Tuesday before ... Lire la suite »

Men's golf tied at 6th at NCAA regional


Rebula carded four birdies at Nos. Booth found himself at 1-under after a birdie on No. 7 but a bogey on No. 8 sent him to the turn at even par. Garrett May carded a 2-over 72 to move into a tie for 46th place at 5-over 145. Cooper Dossey's 66 tied the third-best NCAA Tournament score in program history. "But, there is plenty of golf to play and there are many great teams in this regional". Lire la suite »

Democrats see opposition to GOP health bill as winning issue


It would dilute consumer-friendly insurance coverage requirements, like prohibiting higher premiums for customers with pre-existing medical conditions and watering down the subsidies that help consumers afford health insurance. "But most importantly, it's us trying to fix a real problem that real people are experiencing in this country". "The Senate will complete the job". Huckabee said, "I'm saying that the president was complimenting a foreign leader on the operations of their health care ... Lire la suite »

Outrage Sparked Over Mural Painting Of Donald Trump Kissing Pope Francis


The artwork is likely to be in anticipation of President Trump's scheduled meeting with Pope Francis on May 24, 2017, in the City. Asked May 13 about the authenticity of the Marian apparitions, which reportedly began in 1981, the pope referred to the findings of a commission chaired by Cardinal Camillo Ruini, the retired papal vicar of Rome . Lire la suite »

Trump revealed highly classified info to Russia


He appeared to be suggesting that Trump had not knowingly compromised a confidential source, but the statement also indicated that the president had not asked his advisers for detailed information about the intelligence report he'd received. Lire la suite »

U.S. judges focus on discrimination, Trump's powers on travel ban case

JEFFREY WALL: Over time, the president clarified that what he was talking about were Islamic terrorist groups and the countries that shelter or sponsor them. "The executive order sets out national security justifications", Judge Ronald Gould said. Katyal said no, and suggested the president could begin by repudiating his earlier statements or by working with Congress. Lire la suite »

United Nations chief condemns North Korea over missile launch

It again demanded that Pyongyang conduct no further nuclear or ballistic missile tests. Aside from Pyongyang's space launches, Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in the USA told AFP: "This is the longest-range missile North Korea has ever tested". Lire la suite »

Richard Spencer Leads Group Protesting Sale Of Confederate Statue

At the first of two rallies in the college town where he once attended the University of Virginia, Spencer said, "What brings us together is that we are white, we are a people, we will not be replaced", the Washington Post reported. Protesters draped a banner over the Lee statute that read "Black Lives Matter - Fuck White Supremacy". Monday night, Charlottesville City Council started off its meeting addressing the events of this weekend, including the rallies on Saturday and Sunday ... Lire la suite »

Kentucky court sides with owner who refused printing gay pride shirts


After the commission ruled that HOO, a company open to the public, had discriminated, Anderson appealed the commission's decision in court where the circuit judge sided with HOO, asserting, "it is clear beyond dispute that ( Hands On Originals ) and its owners declined to print the T-shirts in question because of the message advocating sexual activity outside of a marriage between one man and one woman". Lire la suite »