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DOJ demands Facebook information from 'anti-administration activists'


The user, Emmelia Talarico, said in a court filing that if the government obtained her information they would have access to her "personal passwords, security questions and answers, and credit card information", plus "the private lists of invitees and attendees to multiple political events sponsored by the page". Lire la suite »

Four Iowa teens arrested for sexually assaulting classmate


Four Iowa children found themselves in a real-life Home Alone scenario last week when their mother left them to their own devices to take an 11-day trip to Germany. Macke made no arrangements for supervision of the children while she was away, according to police. "I've never heard of anything like this before", Johnston Police Lt. Lire la suite »

Hérault : Un septuagénaire tire sur un camion qui le doublait sur l'autoroute

Les gendarmes détermineront que l'arme utilisée pour tirer sur le camion est un pistolet de type " Gomm Cogne ", un engin qui tire des balles en caoutchouc capable de neutraliser une personne de manière non-létale. Il a été placé en garde à vue . La Bac de Sète a fini par retrouver le conducteur peu de temps après et l'a remis aux gendarmes du peloton autoroute de Poussan. Lire la suite »

Crews get handle on Oakland Hills grass fire


Nearly 20 acres are involved; no word yet on the cause, but Cal Fire spokesperson Pam Temmerand told Hoodline news partner ABC7 that four air tankers and four helicopters are dropping water and retardants to contain the blaze. Approximately 35 Cal Fire firefighters are on the scene, but it's not clear how many personnel from Oakland Fire Department have responded. The National Weather Service issued a red flag warning today through Wednesday afternoon for the East Bay hills because of dry ... Lire la suite »

AfD co-leader walks out one day after electoral breakthrough


Merkel claimed responsibility for the results: and conservative allies have urged the party to rethink its migrant policy. The former Goldman Sachs banker was quoted as comparing Merkel's government to "pigs" for allowing almost 1 million migrants and refugees ― many of them fleeing war-torn nations in the Middle East ― into the country. Lire la suite »

Travel ban to North Korea not affecting Malaysians, says Matta


It is not now clear whether they will be affected by this travel ban. Malaysia's foreign ministry cited North Korea's missile tests and related developments as the reasons for the travel ban and said it would last until further notice. "The AFC will now refer the matter to the appropriate committees to decide on the future status of this match". It was rescheduled for a second time in May after the AFC deemed traveling to North Korea a safety risk. Lire la suite »

Taxi driver admits harassing Jemima Khan


The driver's barrister Umar Ali said the defendant was a "big fan" of Jemima because of her marriage to his hero, Pakistan cricket legend Imran Khan . "Sometimes he would send texts saying he would come to my house". That would really frighten me. In a further statement, she added: "I feel extremely vulnerable and scared as a single woman". Lire la suite »

Why NYers could lose under Trump tax plan


The blueprint released Wednesday by Trump and congressional Republicans is a sweeping, almost $6 trillion tax cut that would deeply reduce taxes for corporations, simplify everyone's brackets and almost double the standard deduction used by most Americans. Lire la suite »

Trump lifts Puerto Rico shipping restrictions


The 1920 Jones Act is a maritime law requiring shipments of goods between two US ports to be made with American-flagged vessels and manned by American crews. Foreign and corporate interests have long opposed the Jones Act and have spread fake news that the law is a hindrance to Puerto Rico's recovery efforts. Lire la suite »

Liberté d'office : La Chambre d'accusation rejette la demande de Khalifa Sall


La défense du maire de Dakar épuise ainsi ses dernières cartouches. Après la Cour suprême, les avocats du maire de Dakar sont allés au front ce jeudi devant la chambre d'accusation de la Cour d'Appel. Cela n'avait pas empêché au magistrat instructeur de suivre le réquisitoire du procureur. Saisi d'un recours, le juge Samba Sall avait décidé de garder Khalifa Sall en détention pour la suite de l'enquête . Lire la suite »

Regime denies Daesh took road between Palmyra and Deir al-Zor


With Russian air power and Iran-backed militias, the Syrian army reached Deir al-Zor city last month, breaking a Daesh siege of an enclave there that had lasted three years. The race for control of the territory and resources in this province bordering Iraq has caused friction between government forces and the Kurdish-led SDF. Lire la suite »

Jennifer Lopez and American sports stars invest in esports organisation

O'Neal has been involved in the Overwatch scene for some time now, having invested in NRG esports (alongside Major League Baseball star Alex Rodriguez ) back in March of a year ago. NRG Esports " OWL season one roster is now comprised of support player Daniel " dhaK " Paz, tank player David " nomy " Ramirez, tank player Matthew " super " DeLisi, dps Andrej " babybay' Francisty, dps player André " iddqd " Dahlström, dps Dante " Danteh " Cruz, and Jay " sinatraa " Won. Lire la suite »

Alexei Navalny detained ahead of Russian rally


In 2017, Navalny was repeatedly detained for participation in rallies, notably ones that took place on March 26 and June 12. The Moscow Police Directorate told RIA Novosti on Friday that Navalny had been detained " over repeated calls for participation in an uncoordinated public event ". Lire la suite »

Hollywood shooting of rapper Young Dolph, suspect released from jail


A spokesman for the LAPD, det, Meghan Aguilar, stated that McClendon was arrested just near the area where the incident took place. Earlier this year, Dolph was involved in another shooting in Charlotte, North Carolina, where his SUV was reportedly shot 100 times and addressed the incident on his latest studio album, Bulletproof. Lire la suite »

More than 130000 flee volcano on Bali island amid eruption fears


Authorities raised the volcano's alert to the highest level on September 22 following a sharp increase in activity. The volcano is one of over 1000 now active across Indonesia . Bali's disaster mitigation agency said 144,389 people had now been evacuated, compared to a tally of some 122,490 by Thursday. They are staying in almost 500 makeshift shelters in nine districts and some have crossed the Lombok Strait to take refuge on the neighboring island of Lombok. Lire la suite »

Dark Days for McConnell as Losses Cast Doubt


In the video from his show Wednesday, Todd says that one of Moore's extremist beliefs is that our rights come from God. Odd "has been shooting up in the Alabama polls since my endorsement". "I think incumbents in Texas, especially in the Republican Party, are breathing a little heavier this morning, given the results that happened in Alabama on Tuesday", Theriault says. Lire la suite »

Bousculade mortelle dans une gare de Bombay — Inde


Les télévisions indiennes ont diffusé des images de passagers tentant de ranimer des personnes en leur pratiquant un massage cardiaque, ainsi que des personnes suspendues à l'extérieur d'une passerelle, quelques instants après le drame. Des habitants de la mégapole indienne s'indignent et réclament de meilleures infrastructures dans cette agglomération de 20 millions d'habitants où les trains locaux constituent la colonne vertébrale du transport urbain . Lire la suite »

Somalia: Al-Shabab Launches Deadly Attack On Army Base


Al-Shabaab earlier has claimed to have overrun the army camp and then took over the full control of the town. However, the attack responsibility has not been taken by any group till yet. Prior of its seizure, a U.S. Navy SEAL, 38-year-old Milliken of Falmouth was killed while fighting the al-Shabaab during undercover operation in last May 5. Lire la suite »

Le référendum catalan se déroulera comme prévu


A cinq jours d'un scrutin interdit par la Constitution espagnole, Madrid et Barcelone restent campés sur leurs positions. "Nous sommes favorables à l'unité de l'Espagne et nous soutenons notre partenaire et voisin espagnol", a relevé Nathalie Loiseau sur la radio France Inter. Lire la suite »

After tsunami, Japan's sea creatures cross the Pacific Ocean, threatening marine life


A new study appearing this week in Science reports the discovery of a startling new role of plastic marine debris - the transport of non-native species in the world's oceans. None of the new species are known to have colonised the U.S. west coast, at least not yet. This provides a window of time for action, although the full consequences of the tsunami-driven rafting are still uncertain. Lire la suite »