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Syria denies US allegations of `depraved´ mass executions at prison


Trump flies to Saudi Arabia later this week. Syria's nightmare continues. A now six-year-old war unleashed on civilians still has no end in sight, despite more diplomatic summitry and opaque suggestions of creating "safe zones". Earlier this year, Damascus dismissed as baseless a report by Amnesty International about mass hanging at the prison. Spicer said the government in Damascus had done so "with seemingly unconditional support from Russian Federation and Iran". Lire la suite »

66,10 % pour Macron, 33,90 % pour Le Pen — Présidentielle française

L'abstention s'est élevée à 25,44% des inscrits sur les listes électorales, en hausse par rapport au premier tour (22,23%). En outre, 19'514 bulletins étaient blancs et 4681 nuls. Le dépôt officiel des candidatures est fixé le 19 mai. Inversement, deux communes de l'est de la France (Ornes, dans la Meuse et They-sous-Vaudemont, en Meurthe-et-Moselle) n'ont donné aucune voix au candidat d'En marche!. Lire la suite »

Texas policeman charged with murder over teenage death


The family has already said it would pursue officers who allegedly detained Jordan's 16-year-old brother overnight without reason or charges. Last Sunday, the Balch Springs Police Department in Texas released a statement saying that while responding to a 911 call regarding underage drinking, officers heard gunfire. Lire la suite »

NYT report: Trump asked Comey to end Flynn investigation

The Kremlin came to Trump's defense, calling reports that he had disclosed classified material in the White House meeting as "complete nonsense". An associate of James Comey says the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director documented conversations he had with President Donald Trump in several memos. Lire la suite »

Nikki Haley Tells Countries to Choose Between U.S., North Korea

It has been working to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of striking the USA mainland, and experts say Sunday's test was another step toward that aim. The Lazarus hackers have been linked to North Korea, raising suspicions that the nation could be responsible for the attack. New South Korean President Moon Jae-in met Matt Pottinger, overseeing Asian affairs at the U.S. Lire la suite »

Mexican journalists mourn, protest after deadly day

It is one of the most unsafe in the country, fueled by drug cartel violence. Quoted in La Jornada , Amnesty International Mexico declared that "to be a journalist in Mexico seems more like a death sentence than a profession". Journalist Javier Valdez long chronicled underworld activities in the Pacific Coast state of Sinaloa , home to the drug cartel once led by Joaqumn "El Chapo" Guzman. Lire la suite »

Torch run supports Special Olympics


Brinkerhoff and in honor of Joe Dubreville, a former Homeland Security investigation's agent. That torch was literal Monday as members of the Lawton Police Department ran from the police headquarters all the way to Southeast 45th Street and Lee Boulevard, carrying a torch signifying involvement of law enforcement in the Special Olympics of Oklahoma. Lire la suite »

Associate says Comey noted odd Trump encounters

Richard Nixon was impeached in 1974 for telling the FBI to stop an investigation of his campaign. I need to see it sooner rather than later. The turmoil overshadowed Republican legislative priorities such as healthcare and tax reform and laid bare sharp divisions between the White House and US intelligence agencies, which concluded late previous year that Russian Federation had tried to influence the 2016 presidential election in Trump's favour. Lire la suite »

Arcade Fire preview new material at secret Montreal show

News of this tiny show come after the weekend which saw the band play an intimate show in Montreal. It now seems that the new record might be closer than we thought, with the Montreal Gazette reporting that the band performed a secret show and debuted six brand new songs from their forthcoming, as-yet-unnamed album. Lire la suite »

'Fast decision' expected on Comey's FBI replacement

A majority, 61 percent, said Trump's firing of Comey hasn't changed their opinion of Trump, though 30 percent said it gave them a less favorable impression of the commander-in-chief. Mark Warner of Virginia, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said his panel or another congressional committee would "absolutely" subpoena the tapes. Lire la suite »

Mattis 'not worried' about Trump sharing intel

Ron Dermer, the Israeli ambassador to the US, said in a statement, reported by The New York Times , that "Israel has full confidence in our intelligence-sharing relationship with the United States and looks forward to deepening that relationship in the years ahead under President Trump". Lire la suite »

North Korea Missile Program Advancing Faster Than Expected, South's Defense Minister Says

The missile called Hwasong-12 was sacked and flew at 787 kilometers (489 miles). North Korea yesterday carried out its latest test of a ballistic missile, which Pyongyang said was capable of carrying a "heavy nuclear warhead". Ju Yong Choi said US' criticism of it was a "wanton violation of the sovereignty and dignity of the DPRK [Democratic People's Republic of Korea]". However, South Korea downplayed the progress. Lire la suite »

Itel Wish A41 plus


In terms of photography, the itel Wish A41+ features a 5-megapixel rear camera with autofocus and LED flash. Talking about its software fonts, the itel Wish A41+ runs Google's Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system. Speaking about the launch, Sudhir Kumar, CEO, itel Mobile India, said, "The thirst for technology amongst Indians is simply unquenchable". "At itel Mobile, we ensure that we match this spirit of the country with best-in-class offerings that are abreast with the ongoing ... Lire la suite »

France: l'annonce du gouvernement reportée à mercredi

L'exécutif souhaite procéder à la vérification des situations des situations fiscales et d'éventuels conflits d'intérêts. Ces deux instances devront vérifier "que les personnalités qui sont pressenties au gouvernement font l'objet d'une première vérification de leur situation fiscale, alors que la loi prévoit que cette vérification ne s'opère qu'après leur nomination". Lire la suite »

Trump Downplays Comey Controversy, Says Search for New FBI Director 'Moving Rapidly'


The demands, if not met, could lead to turbulence when Trump eventually names a nominee to replace Comey. "I hope that senators from both sides of the aisle will use this opportunity to seek the full truth regarding Director Comey's firing, to press the Deputy Attorney General to make way for a special prosecutor, and to ensure the administration will preserve and make public any audio recordings of conversations between the President and the former director", Schumer said in a statement ... Lire la suite »

More Americans want 'independent' investigation of Trump

White House Adviser Kellyanne Conway said . "The story, as reported , is false", said H.R. McMaster, the national security adviser, hedging his words. Trump publicly, in "The Art of the Deal", has bragged about his ability to exaggerate. Spicer made his debut at the podium January 21 by reading a five-minute statement about the size of Trump's inauguration crowd a day earlier. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron va désigner son premier ministre ce matin — France

Les plus eurosceptiques des observateurs y ont immédiatement vu une " allégeance " à la grande et prospère Allemagne. La campagne présidentielle avançant, Emmanuel Macron avait mis en sourdine ses déclarations les plus iconoclastes. Martin Schulz, chef de file des sociaux-démocrates qui contestera la chancellerie à Angela Merkel à l'occasion des législatives de septembre, soutient quant à lui la volonté d'Emmanuel Macron de créer un budget des pays de la zone euro. Lire la suite »

Defending Yourself - and Your Computer - From WannaCry Ransomware


In Japan, 2,000 computers were reportedly infected . The Chinese government says almost 30,000 of its institutions have been affected, including universities, mail delivery services, hospitals and shopping malls. At least one strain of the ransomware has proven especially vicious. Once it infects one computer within a network, it can spread to all the computers in that network "within seconds", said Israel Levy, the CEO of the cybersecurity firm Bufferzone. Lire la suite »

More Americans want 'independent' investigation of Trump: Reuters/Ipsos poll


Thank you for joining us. Trump sparked a political firestorm when he abruptly fired Comey last week. "Let's get to the bottom of what happened with the director". "Now, I don't know what fully was in the president's mind, but I do know this". Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer pressed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to invite Rosenstein, who has been at the center of the controversy after authoring a memo that recommended Comey be dismissed. Lire la suite »

United States president mulling to replace WH press secretary with Fox News host


The interview on Fox comes after a week of intense scrutiny of Trump following his unexpected dismissal of Comey. The FBI and two congressional committees are still investigating, so there is not yet any exoneration. Former congressman Mike Rogers, R-Mich., a former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, and Frances Townsend, who served as President George W. Bush's homeland security adviser and is a CBS News contributor, also met with Sessions and Rosenstein, according to the Associated ... Lire la suite »