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Plus d'une tonne de haschich saisie lundi dans un pavillon — Darvoy

C'est au cours de la perquisition d'un pavillon que les enquêteurs de la direction interrégionale de la police judiciaire d'Orléans (DIPJ) ont mis la main sur le cannabis . L'une d'entre elle se trouvait à Olivet (Loiret) au moment de son arrestation par une quinzaine d'hommes de la Brigade de recherche et d'intervention. Lire la suite »

President Trump targets Senate intelligence committee over Russian Federation

Burr says the committee has interviewed more than 100 witnesses as part of its investigation and that more work still needs to be done. More than 100,000 pages of documents have been reviewed. The lawmakers said that though they have reached no conclusion about whether the campaign colluded with the Kremlin - the question also at the heart of a separate criminal investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller - their investigation has left no doubt about a multipronged Russian effort to ... Lire la suite »

Rosenberg police seek man accused of assaulting victim outside restaurant


The victim was severely injured, spending several nights in a nearby hospital, police said. Maldonado and the victim were walking out of Ruchi's Mexican Grill when the assault occurred. The victim sustained serious injuries after being KO'd from behind for no reason, according to ABC 13 News. "You think it's a game, your friends might peer pressure you into doing something, and it's a serious offense, it's a felony, it's an aggravated assault", Rosenberg Police Lt. Lire la suite »

Just Months After Naming Contest, New Jersey Zoo's Snow Leopard Cub Dies


A veterinarian from the zoo reported the cub, Zara, became acutely ill on Friday, September 29, and despite medical intervention, her health deteriorated through the weekend. "We are closely monitoring her sister "Ahana" and mother 'Tysa" for any signs of illness, ' zoo officials said in the social media statement. The ridiculously cute cub leaves behind her sister, Ahana, who were both named earlier this year after they were born by mother Tysa at the zoo back in May. Lire la suite »

Republicans Open To Banning Bump Stocks

For more than a year, the Georgia Gun Store in Gainesville had no requests for a bump stock - an accessory that transforms a semi-automatic rifle into a weapon capable of firing hundreds of rounds a minute. Police stormed his room and found he had killed himself after committing the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history. The former ATF agent claimed his view for "middle ground" gun control regulation is shared by most law enforcement officers, "regardless of political affiliation". Lire la suite »

Raj Thackeray leads protest march against Mumbai stampede


Following the protest of MNS workers a tight security deployed across Mumbai . Thackeray also met officials of the Western Railway and handed over a memorandum of demands, which included improvement in infrastructure and eviction of hawkers from suburban railway stations. Lire la suite »

Une mère et ses quatre filles lancent un SOS — Perpignan


Elle a ajouté que ses trois cadettes, terrorisées, ne peuvent plus aller à l'école. "On n'ose plus aller faire les courses". Elles ont peur. Quand on passe la porte, ils sont là, à nous agresser, nous insulter et à nous menacer de mort. Tout aurait ainsi débuté en juillet, pour un motif qui reste encore bien flou. L'aînée qui, profondément affectée, a voulu mettre fin à ses jours, renchérit: "Le compteur électrique a été vandalisé". Lire la suite »

US 'Deeply Concerned' by Arrest of Consulate Employee in Turkey


The employee was arrested Wednesday and charged with espionage and attempting to overthrow the constitutional order and Turkey's government, the state-run Anadolu news agency reported. Gulen denies the accusations. Since then more than 50,000 people have been jailed pending trial over links to Gulen, while 150,000 people have been sacked or suspended from jobs in the public and private sectors. Lire la suite »

3 scientists win Chemistry Nobel for generating 3D images of biomolecules


Cryo-electron microscopy has enabled scientists to generate images of microscopic particles such as proteins, viruses etc. Nobel prizes are named after Alfred Nobel, who was the inventor of dynamite. He said he hasn't yet thought about what to do with the prize money, but added: "I was telling my wife that we don't have to worry about a dog sitter anymore". Lire la suite »

Pro-life USA congressman 'urged mistress to have abortion'


He has pushed for improvements in mental-health-care policy since the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting in CT in December 2012, and his Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act was signed into law by former president Barack Obama as part of a larger health-care reform package. Lire la suite »

Las Vegas shooting: Photos show gunman's hotel room, raise more questions


While she was in the Philippines, Danley said, Paddock wired her money that he said was for her to buy a house for her and her family. Ms Danley's sisters also told 7News that she had been wired that amount in the Philippines. "Because Steve is not here to talk anymore, only Marilou can maybe help out". Paddock wired $100,000 to the Philippines days before the shooting, said a US official who was not authorized to speak publicly because of the continuing investigation. Lire la suite »

Arrow Launcher is now Microsoft Launcher, All New Controls and Features

What do you think of the new name? Bring as many of its services as it can to other platforms. Take Chrome for example, which is offered on Android, iOS, Windows, macOS and Linux. Okay, not really. The app itself alive and well, but its latest update has brought a major change: its name is now Microsoft Launcher. The rebrand is quickly visible by visiting the Google Play Store and even has a "preview" tag associated which suggests the company is still working behind the scenes on features it ... Lire la suite »

ATF: Gunman had bump stocks attached to 12 weapons


The extremist group claimed that the shooter was "a soldier" who had converted to Islam months ago. Police have identified the shooter as 64-year-old Stephen Paddock , a Nevada resident who later committed suicide in his hotel room, according to authorities. Lire la suite »

Spotify voice commands now work on any Google Assistant-supported device


Google has declared that Spotify voice commands will be completely supported on Google Assistant inside the coming weeks. All you need to do is link your Spotify account to Assistant and set it as the default music service. The company also goes on to mention that the voice assistant integration will work on all Android phones that support Google Assistant and will be available to both free and premium users of the streaming service without any limitations. Lire la suite »

Three killed as militants stage deadly attack on court in Misrata


Its powerful and well-armed forces formed the backbone of an offensive that drove ISIL from the coastal city of Sirte last December but Misrata itself has been largely immune from armed clashes and attacks in recent years. "One of them blew himself up at the gate and the other two with Kalashnikovs opened fire at random", Reuters quoted a witness as saying. The witness, who asked not to be named, said he believed the attackers had used rocket-propelled grenades. Lire la suite »

Canada neglects to mention Jews at Holocaust memorial


Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walks through the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, also called the Holocaust Memorial on February 17, 2017 in Berlin, Germany. "It stands as a reminder of the dangers of hatred, racism, and intolerance while affirming respect for human rights, dignity and resilience", Joly said. Lire la suite »

Wales scrum-half Webb confirms move to France


The Welsh Rugby Union and Ospreys have announced the Lions playyer's decision to move overseas, admitted they couldn't offer as much money as the French side. "Gatland's Law" which permits just four players playing outside of Wales to represent the national team means that there could be some high-profile omissions from future Welsh squads due to the high number of players who will be playing outside of Wales from next year. Lire la suite »

Las Vegas massacre reignites gun control debate


A sombre President Donald Trump visited Las Vegas on Wednesday to express the sorrow and shock felt by a nation reeling from the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history, telling those whose loved ones died, "You're not alone". Lire la suite »

States should slash Value-Added Tax on Petrol, Diesel by 5%


Now it is the turn of states to reduce VAT", Pradhan said. "We have proactively cut excise duty". On Tuesday, the Centre announced that the excise duty on fuel would be cut, citing that the move was an attempt to "cushion the impact of rising global prices of crude petroleum oil, and petrol and diesel on their retail sale prices". Lire la suite »

North Korean Workers May Have Prepared Your Salmon Fillet


Americans buying fish for dinner at major big box stores "may inadvertently have subsidized the North Korean government as it builds its nuclear weapons program", the AP reports . As well as the United States, the AP also tracked products made by North Korean workers to Canada, Germany and elsewhere in the European Union. American importers who use North Korean products could potentially find themselves facing criminal charges: Importing products made by North Korean workers anywhere in the ... Lire la suite »

Effondrement d'un immeuble à Sousse : Chahed ordonne l'ouverture d'une enquête


Il s'agit d'une fillette de 9 ans, de deux garçon âgés de 5 et 7 ans, de deux femmes et d'un homme âgé. Jaballah a, par ailleurs, indiqué que la protection civile a secouru 4 personnes dont la mère des 2 défunts enfants, qui ont été transportés aux hôpitaux Sahloul et de Farhat Hached, ajoutant que son unité continue, en ce moment, d'effectuer les opérations de sauvetage pour retrouver les disparus, bloqués sous les décombres. Lire la suite »

Lenovo announces its ThinkPad 25th Anniversary Edition


It feels like Lenovo might have an issue with this though, because ThinkPad loyalists are all going to want one of these exclusive devices. These specs are quite a bit different from the ThinkPad 700C, which was announced on October 5 1992, and came with a 25MHz 486 SLC processor, 4MB DRAM, and a 10.4-inch 640x480 screen. Lire la suite »