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Fusillade dans une église du Tennessee: un mort et sept blessés


Elle a plus tard ajouté qu'un autre paroissien avait été blessé à coup de crosse et que le tireur avait également été blessé. "La majorité sont des adultes relativement âgés", a précisé le département des pompiers dans un autre tweet. La police a confirmé que le tireur avait aussi été blessé et transporté à l'hôpital. "Apparemment il ne s'attendait pas à ce que quelqu'un de courageux comme le portier de l'église intervienne", a-t-il dit. Lire la suite »

China will restrict oil exports to North Korea

USGS put the epicentre of the quake 22 km (14 miles) east-northeast of Sungjibaegam, North Korea, near the country's main nuclear test site. South Korea's Unification Ministry spokesman Baik Tae-hyun told reporters Friday that North Korea must immediately stop such a provocation and return to talks on its nuclear disarmament. Lire la suite »

Trump criticises Iran over its recent ballistic missile test

Previous Iranian missile launches have triggered USA sanctions and accusations that they violate the spirit of the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and major powers. In Syria, Iran is a close ally of President Bashar Assad. Earlier this week, Trump had urged the global community not to let the Iranian regime to continue destabilizing activities as it builds "dangerous missiles". Lire la suite »

Bhoomi and Haseena Parkar Bite The Dust, While Newton Races Ahead!


That really is good news for the film which was showing really disappointing trending at the box office on the first day. According to Box Office India , " Bhoomi " was leading over " Haseena Parkar " on most parts of the country. In his review for NDTV, film critic Saibal Chatterjee wrote, " Haseena Parkar is bereft of frisson and focus. During the weekend, the film will earn Rs 7-8 crore", he had added later. Lire la suite »

Autriche : un Français sauve un car d'une chute dans un précipice


Alors que ce dernier s'est effondré sur le volant du véhicule, une partie du car était déjà engagée au-dessus des barrières de sécurité et s'apprêtait à tomber d'une hauteur de 100 mètres. "Nous sommes passés à un cheveu d'une catastrophe", a expliqué un porte-parole de la police, soulignant le réflexe du passager. Neuf personnes ont été hospitalisées à la suite de l'incident, qui s'est déroulé samedi, a précisé la police. Lire la suite »

Fresh nuclear test suspected for North Korea's quake


The implementation of sanctions on Kim Jong Un regime is based on the UN Security Council's (UNSC) unanimous approval to the new sanctions on North Korea to ban all oil imports and freeze worldwide assets of the government and its defiant leader, in response to Pyongyang's sixth and strongest nuclear test explosion on September 3. Lire la suite »

Iran tests new missile defying United States warnings

He added, "Whether you like it or not we are going to help Syria, Yemen and Palestine, and we will strengthen our missiles". To put the missile's range in perspective, consider that the minimum range of an intercontinental ballistic missile is generally considered to be 5,500 kilometers (3,400 miles), while a medium-range missile can fly between 1,000 and 3,000 kilometers. Lire la suite »

Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rico officials describe 'apocalyptic' conditions


That is why the authorities are moving so fast because they also have the challenges of all the debris. "We lost our house, it was completely flooded", said resident Carmen Gloria Lamb, a resident near the rain-swollen Guajataca. Worth-based American Airlines have preemptively cancelled flights for Saturday Sept. 23, but American Airlines flights on Sunday Sept. 24 are still on the books as on-time. Lire la suite »

Hikers Rescued After Getting Too Stoned on England's Highest Mountain Peak


In an earlier tweet , Cumbrian police said: 'Persons stuck on mountain, after taking cannabis. Supt Justin Bibby from Cumbria police said walkers should never underestimate the mountains and always be prepared before setting out. "They are volunteers, they do an awesome job and they are always there to assist those who get into difficulty". Today a senior police officer has said that booze and drugs have "no place on a mountain" and praised mountain rescue volunteers who located the ... Lire la suite »

Lewandowski: McCain 'Lied' to Voters When He Campaigned on Repealing & Replacing ObamaCare


GOP leaders hoped to take the legislation to the Senate floor next week, and Graham vowed to do so even with the two "no" votes. The GOP drive to gut the Affordable Care Act is using a dramatically short-circuited process that seeks to replace one landmark health law with another introduced just two weeks ago by Republicans Lindsey Graham of SC and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana. Lire la suite »

Iran tests new missile after U.S. criticizes arms program

The ballistic missile is capable of carrying multiple warheads, Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, a senior commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Aerospace Division, told the media on Friday. However, Washington has on several occasions slapped new sanctions against Iran over its missile program. "When it comes to defending our country, we will ask nobody for their permission". Lire la suite »

Police responding to church shooting near Nashville


All have been transported to area hospitals. "The majority are older adults", Nashville Police Department wrote on Twitter. One person has been taken into custody in connection with the case. Authorities are warning people to stay away from the area. The church is about 30 minutes southeast of Nashville. According to the church's website, the morning service began at 10:00 a.m. Lire la suite »

Sénatoriales, les élus du premier tour


Les grands électeurs sont appelés à renouveler la moitié des 348 sénateurs dimanche lors du dernier scrutin de l'année, qui s'annonce difficile pour Emmanuel Macron et La République en marche et devrait renforcer la majorité de droite. Dans les départements au scrutin majoritaire, le second tour devait avoir lieu entre 15 h 30 et 17 h 30. "Le vote est obligatoire" s'amusait le maire LR du 1er arrondissement, Jean-François Legaret, dans la cohue des 2.972 grands électeurs concernés. Lire la suite »

Opposition demand probe after minister's revelation in Jaya's death


The petitioner added that when the chief minister has already announced appointment of a judicial enquiry, the statements of cabinet ministers accusing the rival group as reason for her death creates great suspicion among general public. However, T T V Dhinakaran, Sasikala's nephew, said that after October 1, 2016, even Sasikala was not allowed inside Jayalalithaa's room. The Minister "admitted" that all their claims like "Amma consumed idli , juice and she smiled at the team of doctors" were ... Lire la suite »

Israeli volunteers recover body of Jewish natural disaster victim in Mexico


ZAKA (the Hebrew acronym for Disaster Victim Identification), an Israeli volunteer-based organization with about 1,500 members that was established in 1995, is a non-governmental lifesaving, rescue and recovery unit. The IDF chief rabbi gave the group permission to travel on Rosh Hashanah, the Times of Israel reported. As of Sunday morning, the Home Front Command delegation had surveyed 59 buildings, according to the IDF. Lire la suite »

Kim Jong Un a 'madman' who 'will be tested like never before'


Last Friday, North Korea launched its second missile over Japan in one month. Kim repeatedly referred to President Trump as a " dotard ", an arcane term used to describe a weak or senile elderly person. The nuclear test of September 3, the sixth and most powerful practiced by North Korea, had caused an quake of magnitude 6,3 felt up in China. Ri also stated that more sanctions against the North would not deter it. Lire la suite »

Syrian Forces Retake More Areas in Deir Ez-Zor


Backed by the USA, the PKK/PYD on September 9 began advancing into Deir ez-Zor without encountering any resistance from Daesh. The army units also pursued the ISIL terrorists in Howeijet Sakker area, inflicting heavy losses upon them in personnel and equipment. Lire la suite »

Alerte maximale par crainte de l'éruption du volcan endormi — Bali


Le mont Agung est situé à 75 kilomètres de la ville touristique de Kuta, sur l'île de Bali . Sur Twitter, certains internautes partagent des photos de Balinais qui quittent leur domicile. L'aéroport international de Denpasar, la capitale de Bali, qui accueille chaque année des millions de touristes, n'est pour le moment pas affecté. Le gouvernement australien a recommandé vendredi aux voyageurs en Indonésie de rester très prudents et de suivre les instructions des autorités. Lire la suite »

Young man dies after suspected assault in Derry


If anyone has any information they are asked to contact PSNI detectives at Strand Road in Derry city and by quoting reference number 228 of 24 September 2017. Sinn Féin MP Elisha McCallion has expressed her condolences following the death of a young man in Derry. The Foyle MP said: "The city woke up this morning to the sad news that a young man lost his life in an incident in the city centre last night". Lire la suite »

Stevie Wonder takes a knee at Global Citizen Festival


In response to Trump's remarks, Wonder with the help of his son, Kwame Wonder , took a knee onstage before his performance. The " take a knee " movement, most famously demonstrated by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick in 2016, has seen players across the league either kneel or raise a fist as The Star-Spangled Banner is played at games. Lire la suite »

Members of Karni Sena burn posters of SLB's 'Padmavati'


Karni Sena leaders said that the movie will not be allowed to screen anywhere in India and the producers should respect the terms of the agreement. They also threatened to oppose the screening of the film if the facts are manipulated. "According to the Newspaper, Till now, they haven't reverted", said Kalvi.Kalvi added that Sena members are currently touring various states to ensure that history is not distorted in the film. Lire la suite »

Palace welcomes UNHRC adoption of PH human rights report in Geneva


It also pointed out that the administration can not influence the Congress' deliberations on the reimposition of death penalty and the lowering of criminal liability. He added that the country "will remain resolute in its respect for and protection of human rights as it strives to improve the lives and welfare of each and every Filipino by protecting them from the scourges of drugs and criminality". Lire la suite »