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New Google Photos features will give a major boost to sharing


At Google I/O, the company announced a couple new features that make it easier for you to share photos with the people that matter most: suggested sharing and shared libraries . Google announced that its Photos app is being used by more than 500 million monthly active users, up from the 200 million revealed past year. He also shared that along with the user growth of Photos, Android now has been installed 2 billion times, and Google counts at least seven products with more than 1 billion ... Lire la suite »

Norfolk Chief Constable supports police memorial fund


Home Secretary Amber Rudd said the government had committed £1m towards the £4m needed for it. We all owe them a huge debt of gratitude. It began when President Kennedy established May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day in 1962, and a joint resolution of Congress established the rest of the week as national police week. Lire la suite »

BoE Leave Rates Unchanged, QE Remains Stable

Carney said the BoE had not tried to forecast what would happen if there was a "disorderly Brexit" where Britain crashes out of the European Union without an agreement on future trade relations. It also fell 0.2 percent to 84.45 pence per euro. The combination of higher inflation and weaker growth puts the Bank of England in a bind. But if wage growth fails to rise, "there will be consequences", the governor warned. Lire la suite »

After WannaCry, the Shadow Brokers promise to unleash more NSA exploits soon


While some analysts originally theorized that the Shadow Brokers had stolen spy-agency-linked cyberweapons by breaking into a misconfigured, off-premise attack server, the subsequent and recent publication of an internal NSA PowerPoint slide effectively proved that the group acquired information that would only exist within a closed, classified environment. Lire la suite »

Trump camp denies pressing Comey on Flynn

In the latest twist, Trump is said to have asked Comey in February to drop an investigation into a former national security adviser, raising questions he may have obstructed justice. " The time President Trump spent sharing sensitive information with the Russians was time he did not spend focusing on Russia's aggressive behavior", McCain said. Lire la suite »

OH police chief, 3 others dead in nursing home shooting

This story has been corrected to show that it's Kirkersville Police Chief Steven Eric DiSario, Desario. KIRKERSVILLE , Ohio (AP) - Authorities in Ohio are piecing together the events that led up to a nursing home shooting that left four people dead including the suspected gunman. Lire la suite »

Les négociations de paix ont repris à Genève — Syrie


L'avenir du président syrien Bachar al-Assad est au cœur du désaccord entre les parties en négociation. En février, Amnesty International (AI) avait publié un rapport accablant sur les exactions perpétrées à Sednaya. Les négociations de Genève sont de plus en plus éclipsées par les pourparlers d'Astana, ainsi que par les défaites militaires des rebelles. L'ONU cherche aujourd'hui à rester par tous les moyens dans la course après l'important accord signé à Astana le 4 mai et qui prévoit de ... Lire la suite »

National Security Advisor: Trump's Conversation With Russians Was 'Wholly Appropriate'

He added that, "at no time were intelligence sources or methods discussed", an allegation that was not made in the story, and that Trump "did not disclose any military operations that were not already publicly known". The Washington Post reported on Monday that Trump revealed to Russia's foreign minister and USA ambassador highly classified details from a US intelligence partner about an Islamic State plot. Lire la suite »

What we know about Comey's memo to Trump

Defending Trump's actions, officials played down the importance and secrecy of the information, which had been supplied by Israel under an intelligence-sharing agreement, and Trump himself said he had "an absolute right" as president to share "facts pertaining to terrorism" and airline safety with Russian Federation. Lire la suite »

Trump calls meeting with Russians 'great success'


Erdoğan said he believed his visit "will mark a historical turn of tide". However, the pledge was made as the United States and Turkey were involved in stark disagreement over the Trump administration's recent decision to arm Syrian Kurds, a key force in the fight against the IS in Syria. Lire la suite »

4 men arrested in London on suspicion of terrorist plot


Metropolitan Police officers said the arrests were pre-planned as part of an ongoing investigation by the force's counter terrorism command and MI5, and that they were linked to activity in the UK. All four are being held under section 41 of the Terrorism Act on suspicion of being concerned in commissioning, preparing or instigating acts of terrorism and have been detained at a south London police station. Lire la suite »

Qui est sa femme, Edith Chabre — Edouard Philippe


Prise dans un grand secret, cette décision est dans la ligne voulue par Emmanuel Macron d'ouvrir son gouvernement au-delà des clivages politiques. Fraîchement nommé Premier ministre par Emmanuel Macron , Edouard Philippe est désormais sous les feux des projecteurs. Lire la suite »

US House Committee asks FBI to hand over all Comey documents

In another freaky portion of the memo, Trump complained that classified government information had been repeatedly leaked to the news media and urged Comey to consider jailing reporters who were involved. meeting) which I have the absolute right to do, facts pertaining to terrorism and airline flight safety", Trump wrote in a series of tweets . Since he accepted Flynn's resignation, Trump has repeatedly defended Flynn. Lire la suite »

New Irish PM within weeks as Kenny steps down

In what was described as an emotional parliamentary party meeting on Wednesday afternoon, Kenny is reported to have asked: "Is it OK if I go now?" The Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar is the 2/5 favourite to succeed Mr Kenny as party leader, while one time favourite, Housing Minister Simon Coveney is the 7/4 second favourite. Lire la suite »

Putin says Russian Federation has transcript of Trump meeting

The president was meeting with the foreign minister about the terrorist threat. The White House denied what was first reported by The New York Times . But tonight, it sounds like the worst is about to come, as many believe that what is called the " Comey Memo " might finally be Trump's undoing. May is a former interior minister who spent six years in charge of the domestic security brief. Lire la suite »

Airtel offers up to 100 percent more data benefits on broadband plans


Bharti Airtel has today announced its refreshed home broadband plans, which offers up to 100 percent more data benefits within the same monthly rentals. "Fixed broadband (Wi-Fi) continues to be the preferred mode of high speed data delivery given its consistent speeds and in the near future will also enable the IoT play for homes with connected appliances and much more", Airtel said. Lire la suite »

US seeks joint effort to ensure Venezuela head ends violence

The death toll in Venezuela's six-week wave of anti-government unrest has risen to at least 42, according to the state prosecutor's office, which announced three deaths Tuesday. He accuses his opponents of trying to oust him in a coup with the backing of Washington. Sweden's U.N. Ambassador Olof Skoog said the Security Council "should be on top of issues that relate to preventive diplomacy". Lire la suite »

Le missile tiré dimanche était un nouveau modèle — Corée du Nord


De leur côté, Washington et Tokyo ont demandé une réunion d'urgence du Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU qui pourrait avoir lieu mardi. Un porte-parole du gouvernement nippon a précisé dans la matinée de dimanche que le missile tiré depuis Kusong a voyagé durant 30 minutes, parcourant environ 800 kilomètres avant de s'abîmer en mer du Japon, à environ 400 kilomètres à l'est du territoire nord-coréen. Lire la suite »

Monday Briefing: House Passes Obamacare Replacement Bill


The Senate will have their chance to change the bill, improve the bill. Republican Senate Majority Whip Sen. The bill's passage has more to do with the desperate need for a Republican congressional victory than with any real compassion for the people they purport to serve. Lire la suite »

Kulbhushan Jadhav a spy, India has no case: Pakistan to ICJ

That's how Harish Salve, representing India at the International Court of Justice at The Hague , started his arguments. Monday's hearings focused on India's request for so-called "provisional measures" that can be granted at short notice to ensure a dispute between states does not deteriorate during full ICJ proceedings, which typically take several years. Lire la suite »

Prime Minister says 'thank you' to Prince Philip


Earlier in the day, a report by Britain's Daily Mail of an unusual meeting of royal household staff sparked a worldwide wave of speculation about the health of the queen and Philip, including incorrect reports that the flag atop Buckingham Palace had been lowered to half-staff. Lire la suite »

Putin 'ready to provide recording' of Lavrov-Trump exchange

U.S. media reports allege Trump passed ultra-sensitive classified information about the Islamic State group - gleaned by a foreign intelligence partner - to Russian diplomats during a meeting in the Oval Office. Israel sought on Wednesday (May 17) to contain the fallout from Mr Donald Trump's sharing of its intelligence with Russian Federation after the move cast a further shadow over the USA president's visit to the country next week. Lire la suite »

Pope sends congratulations to new French leader


Mr Macron was to meet UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday evening to discuss issues including Syria and climate change, and he is set to visit French troops in Africa on Friday, sources said. Before blessing the new president, the Pope also said he prayed "That France continues to promote the search for peace and the common good, respect for life and the defense and dignity of every person and all peoples, both in Europe and throughout the world". Lire la suite »

Tir de missile: la Corée du Nord progresse à grands pas


Harris. Le Japon et les Etats-Unis ont demandé dimanche une réunion d'urgence du Conseil de sécurité et celle-ci pourrait avoir lieu mardi après-midi à New York. L'administration Trump, confrontée à la pression intense du Parti démocrate et des médias, lors du limogeage du directeur du FBI James Comey et des allégations de liens avec la Russie, pourrait bien s'engager dans une aventure militaire contre la Corée du Nord pour détourner l'attention de ses crises intérieures. Lire la suite »