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1,44000 flee as Bali volcano spew steam and sulphurous fumes

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Meanwhile, as many as 73,000 people from more than 51 villages located outside the danger zones can go home. The rest can go home. The Indonesian Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation said on Friday that remote satellite sensing had picked up new steam emissions and thermal areas within the crater. Lire la suite »

Saudi women allowed to issue fatwas

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The move comes days after Saudi women were allowed to drive cars in a landmark decree, welcomed by rights activists and global leaders. This recommendation was approved by the Council in its 49th meeting on September 29. Women are the important part of the Islamic communities, Al-Bishi, a specialist in Shariah policy said. Noteworthy, one of the key issues in the Kingdom was the involvement of women in Islamic jurisprudence and their participation in scientific activities. Lire la suite »

Washington a des "canaux de communication" avec Pyongyang

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Saluant les progrès des relations sino-américaines sous les auspices des deux présidents, M. Tillerson a souligné que les Etats-Unis chérissaient leurs relations avec la Chine et espéraient renforcer la confiance mutuelle et la coopération pragmatique dans divers domaines, et traiter conjointement les défis internationaux et régionaux. Lire la suite »

Forest loss means tropics emit more carbon than they trap

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This approach allowed scientists to focus on aspects of forest loss that were previously hard to measure, such as small-scale tree removal and mortality, also known as forest degradation. Dr Alessandro Baccini, who led the study, said: "These findings provide the world with a wake-up call on forests". This, it added, was greater than the annual emissions of all trucks and cars in the U.S. Lire la suite »

Line Renaud plaisante sur le fait qu'elle soit "encore là"

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Line Renaud a du mal "à y croire", elle qui pensait que personne ne se souviendrait d'elle après 54 ans. "C'est un immense honneur, je ne peux pas vous dire, c'est indescriptible", assure t-elle, devant la plaque verte, en larmes. Présente en août 1966 pour l'ouverture du Caesars Palace de Las Vegas , elle a eu le droit à un hommage particulier de la ville de Las Vegas , cette semaine. Lire la suite »

Border Patrol Discover $1 million in Cocaine

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Customs and Border Protection (CBP). After a K-9 union alerted agents, they searched the vehicle and found 32 bundles of cocaine stashed in the front wheel wells and bumper. The bundles weighed a total of almost 76 pounds, with an estimated street value of more than $987,000, Border Patrol officials said. The suspected smugglers, each around 30 years old, were booked into a Riverside County detention facility and face narcotics smuggling charges. Lire la suite »

Long haul for Bangladesh in fightback against South Africa

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The tourists were 308 for 8 at tea , after losing Mahmudullah and Taskin Ahmed to the second new ball. The diminutive Mominul and fellow left-hander Tamim Iqbal saw off some hostile bowling by Morne Morkel and Kagiso Rabada at the start of the day, with the first nine overs producing only seven runs. Lire la suite »

Trump to 'confront North Korea threat' on Asia tour

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His latest warning came in response to North Korea's threat a day earlier to shoot down approaching American bombers, even in global air space. North Korea's foreign minister has already threatened to shoot down USA strategic bombers if they cross over the maritime border separating the two Koreas. Lire la suite »

Crisis-ridden Tamil Nadu, four other states, get Governors

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While Prof. Jagdish Mukhi will be taking over as the new Governor of Assam, former governor of the state Banwarilal Purohit has been appointed as the head of state in Tamil Nadu . In 1996, he was re-elected from the Lok Sabha seat and served as a member of the Parliamentary Consultative Committee on Home Affairs, Member of Standing Committee on Defence and Member of Public Sector Undertaking Committee. Lire la suite »

Rohingya have Jihadi links: RSS chief in Dussehra address

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Bhagwat also said that violence is reprehensible because cow protection was not a religious issue as many Muslims were also involved in it. He called for a policy that will address the needs of industry, trade, agriculture and safeguard the interests of big, medium, small industries, small retailers, farmers and landless labours. Lire la suite »

Jio buyback offer! Key takeaways from iPhone 8, 8 plus India launch

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Customers can upgrade their iPhone 8 to iPhone 8 Plus or buy an iPhone X using the buyback scheme available across Reliance Digital and Jio stores, the Jio app or website, and Amazon.in, he said. For Apple, growing in India is crucial as growth slows at home and in China. This is unlike contract deals in some Western countries where the total cost of a phone is subsidised and there is a penalty for dropping contracts mid-way. Lire la suite »

Michel Mercier démissionne du Sénat

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Entrée en vigueur en juillet, la loi sur le cumul des mandats interdit désormais de remplir un mandat parlementaire en même temps qu'un mandat de maire. Voué à intégrer le Conseil constitutionnel, ce proche de François Bayrou a pris de plein fouet une affaire d'emplois familiaux fictifs . Il sera remplacé à la Haute assemblée par sa suivante sur la liste qu'il conduisait aux élections sénatoriales de 2014, Michèle Vullien, maire de Dardilly (banlieue de Lyon). Lire la suite »

Ricciardo 2nd in wet Malaysian GP practice

Eric Boullier: "A very satisfying day, despite the curtailed running in both sessions. We'll see what tomorrow brings". "You can compare Malaysia to Silverstone probably, where we were very good, but there is a fundamental issue with the vehicle that we need to find out". Lire la suite »

Vettel Moves on From Singapore Crash

Mercedes endured a tough day in Malaysia on Friday with Lewis Hamilton sixth and Valtteri Bottas seventh quickest behind the Ferraris, Red Bulls and the McLaren of Fernando Alonso , with Bottas admitting the team is lacking some performance around the Sepang circuit. Lire la suite »

F1 losing toughest race on calendar says Hamilton

For a dark horse points-scorer I fancy Jolyon Palmer to do well. Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel yesterday set the fastest time in the second practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang International Circuit . What's done is done. He did go faster than Max Verstappen who was left with little to celebrate on his 20th birthday after some ragged laps left him only in sixth place on the timesheets. Lire la suite »

Lewis Hamilton shows support for National Football League protests

Back at the other end again, the likes of McLaren and Williams know that they will need all the supersofts they can get their hands on to even get through Q1. What's done is done. Max Verstappen was the first driver to turn his attention to a qualifying simulation, bolting on the super-softs and improving to second, 0.283s off Vettel's leading time on the soft. Lire la suite »

Lewis Hamilton criticises Donald Trump over national anthem protests

Mercedes was expected to dominate at Sepang given the fast-flowing nature of the circuit, only for Ferrari to upstage the Silver Arrows and finish over a second clear in FP2 on Friday. Vettel will look to strike back on a track where alongside Schumacher he has the best record of any driver , with four victories. "I think it depends on the points you have at the end of the year or not, so yeah. Lire la suite »

F1 Malaysia GP: Sepang swansong and Hamilton's veganism

To make matters worse, Sebastian Vettel , who lies 28 points behind Hamilton in the race for the drivers' title, smashed the all-time Sepang lap record in his Ferrari, lapping more than 1.4 seconds quicker than the Mercedes. Only 46,944 spectators turned up for the race past year, a slight improvement on 2015 but well off the 88,450 who came to watch in 2013. Hamilton defiantly has momentum coming to Malaysia. Lire la suite »

Formula One: Flying Vettel puts pressure on Hamilton

First of all it's done and second I think it was unfortunate for all three of us. "But then we're in the heat of this battle right now and I'm loving it more than ever". "Definitely unusual, unexpected and we are a long way off", said Hamilton. At the moment the auto is unbalanced and you slide all over the place, the fronts and the rears, you overheat them and then nothing goes any more. Lire la suite »

Bottas still refusing to give up on 2017 F1 title hopes

Hamilton started last year's race in Malaysia on pole position and led before the engine expired. As a result, Hamilton now has a comfortable lead in the drivers championship . His victory less than 300 miles south in Singapore a fortnight ago could yet prove vital as Vettel retired following an opening-lap shunt. "We are going to feel it on Sunday afternoon, but that's I guess what we prepare for.it's a painful one, but it's a good pain and you deal with it and I feel I definitely ... Lire la suite »

Mercedes left seeking answers after 'difficult' Malaysia F1 practice

Race time is 5pm Sunday. "I thought my auto was not too bad but we didn't do too many timed laps and we can go an terrible lot faster". "We're hoping that we're able to find our bearings overnight and regroup for tomorrow". As the teams prepare for the challenge in the searing heat of Sepang , we take a look at the talk emanating from the paddock ahead of the final Malaysian Grand Prix . Lire la suite »

Malaysia wouldn't want to host F1, even for free - SIC

Speaking to Sky Sports F1 after the second session, Wolff called it a "very hard session and said the team "struggled from the get-go - in the wet, in the dry, on all tyres". They've probably been welded for a long time I expect and have got a bit tired. Now the hunter rather than the hunted in the championship race, Vettel doesn't feel under any less pressure to produce results, choosing to focus on each of the six remaining Grands Prix one at a time. Lire la suite »

Malaysia wouldn't want to host F1, even for free - SIC

Speaking to Sky Sports F1 after the second session, Wolff called it a "very hard session and said the team "struggled from the get-go - in the wet, in the dry, on all tyres". They've probably been welded for a long time I expect and have got a bit tired. Now the hunter rather than the hunted in the championship race, Vettel doesn't feel under any less pressure to produce results, choosing to focus on each of the six remaining Grands Prix one at a time. Lire la suite »