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La dénucléarisation de Pyongyang, "objectif commun" de Xi et Moon


Dans ses premières nominations, le président Moon a désigné Lee Nak-yon, actuel gouverneur de la province de South Jeolla, au poste de Premier ministre. Le nouveau président sud-coréen prône pourtant une prise de distance avec Washington. Le dirigeant chinois, poursuit la chaîne, a dit à son interlocuteur que Pékin souhaitait continuer de travailler avec toutes les parties impliquées pour parvenir à la paix et à la stabilité de la péninsule coréenne. Lire la suite »

Tirs à Bouaké malgré la fin annoncée des mutineries — Côte d'Ivoire

Les milliers de soldats ivoiriens qui se sont mutinés en janvier ont "présenté leurs excuses " jeudi au président Alassane Ouattara lors d'une cérémonie au Palais présidentiel, annonçant "renoncer à toute revendication financière". La Côte d'Ivoire avait lancé en 2016 une ambitieuse loi de programmation militaire jusqu'en 2020, qui prévoit la modernisation et des achats d'équipements pour 1,2 milliard d'euros et une refonte des effectifs. Lire la suite »

Trump Signs Order Opening Arctic for Oil Drilling


The US president said it would create " thousands and thousands " of jobs, despite a downturn in the oil market. US President Donald Trump makes remarks prior to signing an "Antiquities Executive Order " at the Department of the Interior, on April 26, 2017 in Washington, DC. Lire la suite »

Trump To Meet With Russia's Foreign Minister At The White House Today


Still, the overlap between the FBI Russia investigation and Mr Trump's diplomatic efforts could not be brushed aside. Trump said the meeting consisted of discussions "about Russian Federation and various other matters". The response - and Lavrov's dismissive shrug and eye-roll before walking away with Tillerson - was widely interpreted as mockery. In a Senate hearing Monday, former acting Attorney General Sally Yates said she bluntly warned Trump's White House in January that Flynn ... Lire la suite »

LR accuse En Marche! de démarcher ses élus — Législatives


Interrogé sur RFI , Bernard Accoyer a accusé la République en marche d'avoir tenté de débaucher certains de leurs élus: " Hier encore (mercredi, NDLR), M.Delevoye (président de la commission d'investiture du mouvement En Marche!, NDLR) et son entourage appelaient des élus LR et UDI pour leur proposer des débauchages individuels", a-t-il confié. Lire la suite »

Trump delays decision on Paris climate agreement, spokesman says

However, people who drafted the Paris agreement during the Obama administration insist the language wasn't meant to require only upward shifts in carbon reduction targets. Under former President Barack Obama , the U.S. and China issued several joint statements on climate change, even announcing together they would sign the Paris agreement. Lire la suite »

Acting FBI chief contradicts White House claim

The White House defended the decision not to allow any independent press into the meeting. That said, this official also admitted that the White House had thought the photographer worked only for Lavrov, not for a state-run news agency. "You're kidding! You're kidding!" The meeting would be the highest level, face-to-face contact between Russian Federation and the Trump administration. Lire la suite »

Korean, British leaders voice need for cooperation on N

U.S. President Donald Trump has sought the help of China, South Korea and Japan in pressuring North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to halt testing of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. The Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) missile system, aimed at intercepting attacks from North Korea, was made operational in South Korea last week. Lire la suite »

Former NSA director says this White House can't handle the truth


Flynn has come under committee scrutiny over communications he had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak while a representative of then-President-elect Donald Trump's transition team. She did not have the documents with her and said she'd follow up with the White House's lawyer. "This was a problem because not only did we believe that the Russians knew this but that they likely had proof of this information", she said. Lire la suite »

Jeremy Corbyn's vehicle has just run over a BBC cameraman

Labour hastily briefed the BBC that the phrase would not appear in the final version of the manifesto, but the damage had already been done. Speaking in Coventry, just a few miles from a Jaguar Land Rover plant, Brown made no mention of Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn, while repeatedly singing the praises of the city's three lawmakers fighting to retain their seats, Colleen Fletcher, Jim Cunningham and Geoffrey Robinson. Lire la suite »

Tunisie-UE:signature de deux accords de coopération


Il s'agit d'un accord sur la participation de la Tunisie au programme européen de soutien aux secteurs culturels et créatifs "Europe Créative ". Ce programme permettra aux acteurs culturels et audiovisuels tunisiens de renforcer la mise en réseau et la coopération avec leurs homologues de l'autre rive de la Méditerranée, explique-t-on dans la déclaration conjointe rendue publique à l'issue de la treizième session du Conseil d'Association UE-Tunisie. Lire la suite »

China missile launch was DIRECT WAR THREAT to USA and Carl Vinson

The test was carried amid China's vociferous protests over USA deployment of THAAD interceptor missiles in South Korea, whose powerful radars could see through most part of China including its missile development programme. The Red Army launched a new type of missile in the sea just off the crowded Korean peninsula. "It hasn't much to do with THAAD directly, but it is a kind of warning" to South Korea and the U.S., Song said. Lire la suite »

White House says Trump pressed envoy on Syria

His phone conversations during the transition with Michael Flynn became the root of Mr. Trump firing Mr. Flynn as White House national security adviser, because Mr. The main goal of Lavrov's visit was to discuss the ongoing conflicts in Syria and Ukraine. The president on Tuesday abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey, dramatically ousting the nation's most senior law enforcement official in the middle of the bureau's investigation into Mr Trump's ties with Russian Federation. Lire la suite »

Comey's firing: Trump frustration finally boiled into action

Trump " should be meeting with the foreign minister ", said White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders, lambasting critics. Vice President Mike Pence expressed the Trump administration's "unwavering support" for Ukraine's sovereignty in a meeting with the country's foreign minister on May 10. Lire la suite »

Central Intelligence Agency plotted to kill Kim Jong-un, claims North Korea

It said that these exercises had "thrown away their deceptive veils as annual drills and defensive ones", Xinhua news agency reported. Terrorism is a common enemy to all people, the North Korean government said. The airport attack, blamed by the United States and Seoul on North Korean agents, has been cited by Washington in its efforts to persuade countries to minimize ties with North Korea . Lire la suite »

PD: Wanted Modesto child molester killed in Arizona crash


A Modesto man who was wanted on child molestation charges was killed after he led police in Arizona on a high-speed chase and crashed into a pole, police said Thursday. Police were contacted by investigators in Modesto with information suggesting Robertson could be in the Kingman area, police said. Capt Cooper said Robertson refused the officer's commands and instead sped off in his blue 1994 Chevy S10 pickup truck, heading westbound. Lire la suite »

China's Xi speaks with new South Korean president about North Korea

Moon also said he'll "sincerely negotiate" with the United States and China over the deployment of the US's THAAD missile-defense system that's unpopular with many South Koreans. Moon also has questioned the deployment of a US missile defense system the last government rushed into service. "The two Koreas should respect each other and open a new chapter to move toward an improvement of their ties and inter-Korean unification", the official Rodong Sinmun newspaper said, according to Yonhap . Lire la suite »

Japan's SoftBank invests $500 million in UK tech start-up Improbable


London-based Improbable said the cash will be used to boost staff at its United Kingdom and San Francisco offices and further develop its SpatialOS virtual reality platform. The valuation was not disclosed but SoftBank is buying a non-controlling stake, which would mean Improbable is worth at least Dollars 1.04 billion. Lire la suite »

Vehicle carrying Jeremy Corbyn runs over cameraman's foot

Labour election coordinator Andrew Gwynne said the leaked document was not the final manifesto but "a draft of policy ideas". The draft manifesto, which runs to 43 pages, also contains promises of £6bn-a-year extra for the NHS and £1.6bn-a-year for social care. Lire la suite »

Arizona Sunshine coming to PlayStation VR in June


On PlayStation VR, you can take your first steps into the zombie apocalypse with the use of regular Dualshock 4 controllers, but we're also supporting the PlayStation Move motion controllers and, even more exciting, the newly released PS VR Aim controller . Lire la suite »

In surprise vote, Senate keeps Obama's methane rules in place


The House approved the joint resolution in February on 221-191 vote, with Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Cortez, voting for disapproval of the rule . "Next time call ahead.could have saved you the trip", Sen. It also is a potent greenhouse gas, and efforts to control methane emissions also effectively reduce emissions of harmful substances such as benzene. Lire la suite »

British local elections give May a boost ahead of key vote

The local elections on Thursday were widely seen as a sign of things to come in the snap general election on June 8, announced by the British Prime Minister last month. But Jeremy Corbyn's party did win mayoral contests in Liverpool and in Greater Manchester - where former health secretary Andy Burnham was elected with more than 60% of the votes. Lire la suite »