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IPhone 8 dummy model appears online


Apple is expected to launch a redesigned iPhone model this fall based around a next-generation display technology called OLED, and Wall Street analysts believe it could cost a lot more than the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The iPhone 8 is the most eagerly awaited device of the year, and we've just been given our first look at the upcoming phone. Out of the three , the two will be marginal upgrades to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Read More »

Lavrov: 'Thorough investigation into Syria chemical attack necessary'


Lavrov said Assad's opponents had "in essence" given guarantees for the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to visit the location where at least 87 people died, but the watchdog was refusing to send them. "The UK, the United States and all our key allies are of one mind: we believe that this was highly likely to be an attack by Assad, on his own people, using poison gas weapons that were banned nearly 100 years ago", he wrote. Read More »

USA must confront Russian Federation for arming Taliban, top officials say

The Taliban are using the weapons against American-backed troops in the southern provinces of Helmand, Kandahar, and Uruzgan, according to the official. Mattis arrived as Afghan security forces, already paying a heavy price against the Taliban, faced chaos with the resignations of Defence Minister Abdullah Habibi and army chief Qadam Shah Shaheem. Read More »

Galantas Gold puts expansion plans in Tyrone on hold


The Company has been told that, due to PSNI resource constraints and competing priorities, PSNI is now only prepared to provide anti-terrorism cover for a maximum of a 2 hour period, 2 days per week. The plant is on stand-by awaiting ore from underground development. Shares in Galantas Gold (TSX, LON:GAL) collapsed in London Monday after the Canadian miner announced it had halted expansion work at its Omagh gold mine as the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said it was unable to ... Read More »

Marine Le Pen, un "congé" à peu de frais — FN


Ce scénario Macron-Le Pen rebat les cartes de la politique française: c'est la première fois sous la Ve République que la droite est absente du second tour, et la première fois qu'aucun des deux grands partis qui ont dominé la vie électorale depuis près d'un demi-siècle, Les Républicains (LR) et le Parti socialiste, n'y est présent. Read More »

UN Security Council must ready new sanctions on N.Korea


Trump has long called on China to rein in its unruly neighbor. "We will maintain close contact with the United States, keep a high level of vigilance and respond firmly", he said . Tony Kim was arrested Saturday as he prepared to board a flight from Pyongyang to China with his wife after teaching for several weeks at the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST)-a school founded by evangelical Christians from overseas and opened in 2010, reports said. Read More »

La bataille du second tour est lancée — Présidentielle


Et d'enchaîner: "Pour ma part, je voterai Emmanuel Macron ". Mais dans la réalité? "C'est la première fois que nous sommes face à des ressources aussi considérables", expliquait-il, en espérant récupérer un tiers de voix mélenchonistes - au total 7 millions de voix au premier tour - et la moitié de celles de François Fillon - 7,1 millions de voix. Read More »

Présidentielle 1er tour: Macron à 24,01% devant Le Pen à 21,30%


Si Le Pen est élue, a-t-il dit, la France sera touchée par une "hausse des prix sans précédent qui frapperait les plus fragiles". "L'extrême droite (.) stigmatiserait une partie de nos concitoyens", a-t-il mis en garde. Evoquant son ascension, François Hollande avait ainsi estimé une dizaine de jours plus tôt dans un entretien au Point qu'elle n'était que le fruit d'un " concours de circonstances ". Read More »

China urges restraint as US strike force heads for Korean waters


Despite being an ally to the North, China has been recently angered by its nuclear and missile programs, and is frustrated by Pyongyang's belligerence on the world stage. Chinese state media reported that President Trump had a phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping Monday in which Xi urged restraint in dealing with North Korea. Read More »

Trump Approval Rating Stands at 51 Percent, Despite Surveys to Contrary


Among the things he hoped to accomplish during the first 100 days in office were: tax reform, repealing and replacing Obamacare, investing in infrastructure and ending illegal immigration. "And more than half (53 percent) see him as a strong leader - although that compares with 77 percent for Obama at this stage". Trump's claim is Mostly False. Read More »

Wow: Look At How France's Socialist Party Has Evaporated


Leaders of French Jewry had mixed reactions to the success of Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron in the first round of the French presidential elections . Florian Philippot from Le Pen's National Front poked fun at Hollande's comments, asking if he would attend the restaurant La Rotonde with Macron to celebrate their alliance. Read More »

Christians need more protection, warns bishop in Egypt


Following Sunday's attacks, mourners criticized security measures at churches, asking how could a bomb have been allowed to enter and pass through metal detectors at the gates, especially as IS has threatened their community. Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi condemned the attacks and summoned the National Defence Council to an urgent session. One targeted StGeorge's Coptic church in the northern city of Tanta, where 27 people were killed, the health ministry said. Read More »

Le Pen Attacks Macron on Security Ahead of French Presidency Runoff


Nigel Farage, the British anti-E.U. politician who helped lead last year's Brexit campaign, wrote dismissively that Macron gave his victory speech Sunday night "with European Union flag behind him". "He represents France's future, a future within Europe", she said. "He is a hysterical, radical 'Europeanist.' He is for total open borders". Bookmakers made Mr Macron the odds-on favourite to win the run-off, with both Ladbrokes and Coral offering 1-6 and William Hill 1-8, with Ms Le Pen at ... Read More »

French Presidential Candidate Gets Support From Former Rivals


Macron came in first in Sunday's vote, with just over 23 percent; Marine Le Pen had 21 percent; Melenchon and Fillon each had 19 percent. In rejecting this impoverished vision of national identity, a Macron majority would at least give the opportunity for France to prosper once again, domestically and internationally. Read More »

Trump backs away from demand for border wall money


GOP leaders warn, however, that it would be exceedingly hard for Republicans controlling Congress to give in to Democratic demands to include the cost-sharing payments - they help low-income people with copayments and other out-of-pocket "Obamacare" costs - at the same time Republicans are trying to repeal major pieces of "Obamacare". Read More »

Marine Le Pen steps down from National Front leadership


The National Front's image has been tarnished by the reputation of her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, who led the party until his daughter took it over in 2011. Others in Ms Le Pen's campaign took aim on Monday at what they see as further weak spots: Mr Macron's previous job as an investment banker and his role as a deregulating economy minister under Mr Hollande. Read More »

Triple talaq: Now, Hyderabad woman divorced on WhatsApp, case filed against husband


Me and my husband stayed in Dubai for a month. Sumaina alleged that things turned worse after "Amma" asked her to have sexual intercourse with the latter's second husband Adil Ali Khan, and be a surrogate mother. Based on the complaint the Sanathnagar police booked a case under Sections 420, 406, 506 of IPC on March 16. "The case was registered in two different police stations". Read More »

North Korea 'won't stop nuclear programme' until USA cripples Kim


An EU sanction against the Blackheath-based insurers a year ago described KNIC as "a government entity... generating substantial foreign exchange revenue which is used to support the regime in North Korea". "North Korea's nukes and missiles are an issue for the worldwide community, but it is also a serious security threat to Japan", Abe said. The US State Department acknowledged the report on Monday. Read More »

United States defies both letter, spirit of nuclear deal: Javad Zarif

The whole crisis of Iran's intransigence on its nuclear program is strongly associated with his name. The administration said it has extended the sanctions relief to Iran in exchange for curbs on its nuclear programme. However, he accused Iran of supporting terrorism and questioned whether sanctions should keep being lifted. But after he took office, the U.S. president has not yet explicitly said he would pull out from the historic agreement. Read More »

Time to remove 'blindfolds'; UN must ready new North Korea sanctions


The council has already imposed six sets of sanctions on North Korea - two adopted previous year - to significantly ramp up punitive measures and deny Kim Jong-Un's regime hard currency revenue. Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, on Monday called the latest detention of the USA citizen by North Korea a display of muscle-flexing by the country's "flailing" leader Kim Jong-Un. Read More »

Mike Brown: Kevin Durant will start for Golden State in Game 4

Every day from now until the end of the season I will do my best to provide links to either watch or listen live to all National Basketball Association games. "This is not going to be a case where I'm coaching one night and not coaching the next", Kerr told reporters Sunday. "It wouldn't be wise to have him play through that". Read More »

Sheryl Sandberg picks 'Option B' in her book on resilience


I see you're suffering. In returning to work after a crushing emotional blow, Sandberg has advantages (which she acknowledges) that most of us don't: a high-level, high-paying job that made her a billionaire, understanding colleagues and support from boss Mark Zuckerberg. Read More »