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Twitter explains why Trump can use site as venue for violence, hate


The latest came when Trump labeled North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un a "Little Rocket Man" in reference to the North's nuclear ambitions. Even if North Korea were to fire at the US, he's confident that the military could help. In a series of tweets, the company said newsworthiness is one of the factors it considers when determining whether a post is in violation of the platform's rules. Lire la suite »

Acting DEA Chief to Step Down


Mr. Rosenberg forcefully rejected Mr. Trump's comment, sending an email to all D.E.A. employees at the time to tell them that they should not mistreat suspects. His email came after Trump made remarks in a speech that seemed to encourage police officers to treat suspects roughly. Mr Rosenberg had been running the agency since 2015. Lire la suite »

New US travel ban "psychological terrorism": Venezuela


Venezuela has accused the USA of "psychological terrorism" after it imposed travel restrictions on some Venezuelan government officials and their families. Venezuelans who hold current, valid issued visa may also face extra scrutiny in vetting procedures under the new order. The measures include freezing the assets of the officials and banning Canadians from having any dealings with them. Lire la suite »

La Corée du Nord accuse Trump de lui avoir "déclaré la guerre"


Séoul a également appelé à calmer le jeu. La spirale d'échanges belliqueux entre le régime nord-coréen de Kim Jong-Un et Donald Trump inquiète la communauté internationale. "Personne ne sortirait vainqueur d'une guerre dans la péninsule coréenne, qui serait encore pire pour la région", a déclaré un porte-parole du ministère chinois des Affaires étrangères, Lu Kang, lors d'un point de presse. Lire la suite »

US Introduces New North Korea Sanctions


The meeting comes amid cooling relations between Pyongyang and Beijing, with China's Ministry of Commerce announcing on Saturday it would immediately restrict petroleum exports to North Korea in line with United Nations sanctions. "Given our consistent opposition to the war and chaos on the peninsula, we totally disapprove of an escalation of the war of words between the USA and North Korea". Lire la suite »

Korea May Not Have Noticed US Bombers Flying Near Its Border

North Korea has said it intends to build a missile capable of striking all parts of the United States with a nuclear bomb. Lawmakers on the committee told the media that Seoul's National Intelligence Service reported that Pyongyang appears to have been unaware of Saturday's operation involving B-1B bomber and F-15 fighter jets. Lire la suite »

North Korean minister says Trump has declared 'war' on our country


Because the United States declared war , even if USA strategic bombers do not intrude into our air, we will possess the right to respond in self-defense, including the right to launch at a random time and drop [the strategic bomber]. Pentagon spokesman Colonel Robert Manning stated that the Pentagon would provide options to President Trump if North Korea does not end its provocative actions. Lire la suite »

US says it's not pushing for regime change in NKorea

The Trump administration said Monday it's not seeking to overthrow North Korea's government after the president tweeted that Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer" and called Pyongyang's assertion absurd that Donald Trump's comment amounted to a declaration of war. Lire la suite »

Twitter says it won't remove Trump's provocative tweets because they are newsworthy


Listening to North Korean officials speaking at the United Nations, Trump over the weekend tweeted what some interpreted as a threat directed toward the country. Twitter finally has an answer for critics who claim that the social network gives President Donald Trump a pass on his inflammatory tweets. "This has always been internal policy and we'll soon update our public-facing rules to reflect it". Lire la suite »

10 most popular cities for global travelers in 2017


Bangkok led the pack of Asia-Pacific cities with 19.41 million visitors, while Singapore had 13.22 million. Rounding out the top three spots is London, which is forecast to receive 20.01 million global overnight visitors by the end of 2017, and Paris, which trails at an estimated 16.13 million. Lire la suite »

Darden Restaurants: Serves Up Disappointment


For the quarter, shares have been noted at -21.22%. Wall Street is looking for earnings per share of $4.47 for the quarter. Huntington National Bank now owns 1,578 shares of the restaurant operator's stock valued at $143,000 after buying an additional 70 shares during the period. Lire la suite »

Brazil rolls back decree on mining in Amazon reserve


Brasilia, Sep 26 (Prensa Latina) The revoking of the decree through which Brazilian President Michel Temer pretended to extinguish the National Reserve of Cobre and Associates (Renca) in the Amazon is seen today as a victory of popular resistance. Lire la suite »

Cities: Skylines is going green with its next expansion


By introducing more than 200 new buildings to the core game, Green Cities will give players the option to build more environmentally-friendly energy sources, organic shops and some of those fancy houses that have grass on their roofs. "Players can go completely green as the urban population grows", Paradox says, "and create more diversified cities with new specialized options for all zones, such as a combustion engine ban in the inner city or waste filtering requirements for industrial ... Lire la suite »

NK claim that Trump declared war is 'absurd': White House


Mr Trump's tweet on Saturday said: "Just heard Foreign Minister of North Korea speak at U.N. If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won't be around much longer!" "We've not declared war on North Korea". However, the recent spike in rhetoric from both sides has fuelled tensions and raised fears of miscalculation by one side or the other that could have massive repercussions. Lire la suite »

Tillerson to discuss North Korea crisis, trade in China


China has urged a return to dialogue. Last month, the U.N. Security council unanimously imposed new sanctions on North Korea targeting its exports of coal, iron ore, lead, lead ore and seafood. The State Department says Tillerson heads to Beijing on Thursday. It will be Tillerson's second visit to China and comes amid escalating tensions between the US and North Korea. Lire la suite »

Apple's iOS 11 Is Already Causing Big Battery Problems


Apple says the update includes bug fixes and improvements, but hasn't elaborated on what that entails. Roper stated that "any new technological developments that connect women with aid services and help keep them safe" are positive steps, but she said "a more holistic approach" to addressing domestic violence is required. Lire la suite »

Prince George didn't want to go to school today: William


According to The Mirror, he said: "I just dropped George off and he didn't want to go". "Sounds a bit like mine, really". William had stopped to say hello to the mother and her daughters Sophia, aged three, and one-year-old Holly, as he toured a festival, staged in a park, showcasing the best of Milton Keynes. Lire la suite »

Seven Men Arrested In Egypt For Flying Rainbow Flags At Rock Concert


Egyptian authorities arrested seven people they accuse of promoting homosexuality by raising a rainbow flag in support of LGBT rights at a concert last week. Mashrou' Leila, whose lead singer is openly gay, have played in Egypt before although they have twice been banned from Jordan over accusations that the band's music violates the kingdom's traditions and is blasphemous. Lire la suite »

Rookie kicker Harrison Butker gets opportunity in Cairo Santo's absence


The Kansas City Chiefs placed Cairo Santos on injured reserve Tuesday and signed fellow kicker Harrison Butker off the Carolina Panthers' practice squad. Joining a Super Bowl contender who will expect near perfection is always hard, doing so as a rookie makes it all the more challenging. The Carolina Panthers drafted their first kicker in franchise history with the seventh-round pick of the 2017 NFL Draft. Lire la suite »

IRC Responds to Reports of a Record-Low Presidential Determination


By law, the president is required to consult with members of Congress about the number of refugee admissions before the start of each fiscal year, on October 1. During his campaign, Trump pledged to "stop the massive inflow of refugees" and warned of terrorists smuggling themselves into naive countries by posing as refugees fleeing war-torn Syria. Lire la suite »

Senators unveil DACA replacement legislation


About 800,000 young residents across the country, including approximately 76,000 in the San Francisco Bay Area, are affected by Trump's decision to end DACA. Lankford said he had spoken with the president three weeks ago while the bill text was still being finalized. There is widespread support in Congress for some type of DACA solution among both parties, but deep divisions remain about how to approach it. Lire la suite »

Baidu's iQiyi looking for United States dollars 8-10 bln valuation in IPO

The video steaming service, which competes with Tencent Holdings Ltd and Alibaba Holdings Ltd's Youku Tudou, is set to start negotiations with banks and deal arrangers, Bloomberg said. Alibaba and Tencent have each said that they are committed to dishing out money to buy content. Tencent has spent on Game of Thrones and National Basketball Association broadcasts. Lire la suite »