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Macron, Le Pen edge further ahead in poll


Or conservative Francois Fillon, who has adopted Trump-style criticism of the media and a justice system he said is conspiring against him. French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen told the daily La Croix: "I am angry with the Church because I think it interferes with everything except what it should really be concerned with". Read More »

Xiaomi Mi 6 launched: Dual camera, Snapdragon 835, fingerprint scanner and more


The Mi 6 features a 5.1-inch full-HD (1920x1080 pixels) IPS display covered in 3D curved glass. And the latest news which has surfaced has revealed that the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 is going to be launched very shortly. Sales are expected to start in China April 28 onwards. Interestingly enough, the Chinese firm has also made a decision to remove the 3.5mm jack, but introduces splash resistance. Read More »

Real Brexit Talks to Start after June Vote: EU Commission


He believes that "the real political negotiations over article 50 with the United Kingdom will start after the elections", commented the spokesperson. But May could still claim that a big parliamentary majority amounts to an endorsement of her pursuit of a " hard Brexit ". If the election goes ahead, parliament would be dissolved on May 3 and the campaign would begin in earnest, just days after European Union leaders hold a special summit to agree a negotiating strategy for Brexit on April ... Read More »

Le patron de Symbios disparaît avec un grand chirurgien


A 65 ans, Jean-Pierre Franceschi avait acquis une excellente réputation. Il avait beaucoup oeuvré pour l'OM en traitant notamment Jean-Pierre Papin, Basile Boli, Eric Cantona, Marcel Desailly ou encore Eric Di Méco avec qui il avait noué des liens d'amitié. Read More »

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium polar bear cub makes its debut


The central OH zoo said the public will have a chance to weigh in on a name for the female cub. The zoo has listed four possible names: Amelia Gray, Denali, Elisapee and Vieta. Both mothers were paired with male polar bear Nanuq in an effort to increase the species' population. The zoo says the cubs eventually will be on public display on a rotating schedule, not at the same time. Read More »

Deuxième tour difficile pour l'extrême droite face à l'extrême gauche — Sondage

L'émission débute à 20H00, et, à la fin, les candidats à l'Elysée se retrouveront toutefois tous ensemble vers 22H45 pour une conclusion de 2 minutes 30 chacun, toujours en direct. Les sondages révélés depuis un an ont tendance à donner Emmanuel Macron favori du premier tour voire même du second mais avec des configurations et des combinaisons différentes. Read More »

Limogeage du chef de la police de Kinshasa — RD Congo


Le général Célestin Kanyama, chef de la police de Kinshasa, a été limogé, a annoncé ce lundi 18 avril, le porte-parole de police congolaise. Entre-temps, l'intéressé continue de se comporter comme si de rien n'était, faisant fi d'une suspension qui visiblement, parait plus symbolique qu'austère. Read More »

President Trump Signs New Executive Order: "Buy American and Hire American"


The order prods the Justice Department and other federal agencies to propose reforms to ensure H-1B visas are awarded to the most skilled or highest paid foreign applicant. There have been news reports of U.S. companies hiring foreign workers to replace Americans because they earn less. "These rules offshore our tax dollars rather than investing them to create jobs and innovation at home", says Lori Wallach, director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch, a critic of US trade policy. Read More »

Theresa May defends decision to hold snap general election

May apparently calculated that the risks of an early vote were small compared with the possible payoff from a strengthened Conservative hold over Parliament. Some opinion polls have the Conservative Party a whopping 20 percentage points ahead of the main opposition Labour Party. He added: "If it isn't a triumphant success, it will be to some extent a personal failure". Read More »

How the 'Facebook Killer' Was Caught Thanks to Quick-Thinking McDonald's Workers

He was wanted in the death of Robert Godwin, 74, in Cleveland. He was chosen at random. Stephens, who had attended an Easter Sunday service before the shooting, demanded Godwin repeat the name of his former girlfriend. "Some even said he should have killed me". Lane said her and Stephens were romantically involved for a while and had discussed getting married. Lane told the news station that she and Stephens were in a serious relationship and had considered an engagement not too long ... Read More »

How Trump's 'Buy American' order could play out


President Donald Trump on Tuesday ordered a review of the US visa program for bringing high-skilled foreign workers into the country, putting technology firms and the outsourcing companies that serve them on notice that possible changes may be ahead. Read More »

India, Nepal to deepen cooperation in security, trade, energy: MEA


Bhubaneswar: Nepal President Bidya Devi Bhandari will arrive in Bhubaneswar today at 12.50 pm as part of her maiden five-day visit to India. She added that the presence of Indian Investors will be beneficial for Nepal. The Nepal President was welcomed with traditional Raas Garba and Siddi's Dhamal dance at Somnath temple campus. He said, the visit of Nepal's President has provided an opportunity to reaffirm special relationship between the two countries and to identify ways and means of ... Read More »

Apple Set to Unveil Second-Generation 12.9-Inch iPad Pro?


It is believed that the WWDC stage would be flawless for the tech giant to unveil the long-awaited iPad Pro 2 before the professional audience of the developers conference. Although Apple has added a new consecutive event in its calendar called the March spring event which has even dedicated to the launch of iPads, still we haven't heard anything from the company about the March or April spring event. Read More »

Deux radicalisés arrêtés, François Fillon visé (IMAGES et VIDEO) — Attentat déjoué

Un des deux hommes arrêtés est "un brun d'1,70 m environ qui portait un jean", a témoigné à l'AFP Samy, un retraité qui dit avoir assisté à l'interpellation à proximité de la rue de Crimée dans ce quartier populaire de Marseille. Une arme de poing , un fusil mitrailleur et des produits chimiques auraient été découverts. Un drapeau de l'Etat islamique et du matériel de propagande avaient alors été retrouvés. Read More »

Babcock International Group PLC (BAB) Given Average Recommendation of "Buy" by Analysts

The firm has "Hold" rating given on Thursday, September 22 by N+1 Singer. The company was downgraded on Thursday, September 3 by Zacks. Since October 14, 2016, it had 3 insider buys, and 17 insider sales for $52.92 million activity. It has outperformed by 395.87% the S&P500. Berenberg Bank boosted their price target on shares of GKN plc from GBX 346 ($4.32) to GBX 400 ($4.99) and gave the company a "buy" rating in a research report on Friday, March 10th. Read More »

Kerala: Easter celebrated in state with religious fervour


The Easter lily, a symbol of the resurrection, traditionally decorates the chancel area of churches on this day and for the rest of Eastertide. He said that in the current insecure and troubled world, those who follow Jesus Christ have a peace and a hope that is not determined by what goes on around them, but by sure knowledge that God remains in control, working His objective out through all their moments of anxiety and darkness. Read More »

$30m kiwifruit investment on Maori land


In the interim, the land will be leased and Te Tumu Paeroa will build and operate the high-performing businesses, carrying the financial risk. "We see there being opportunities for iwi and hapu to invest in individual orchards as part of the programme and certainly the conversations we are having with owners, they are also keen to see local investment at an individual orchard level as well", Mr Tuuta says. Read More »

Mike Pence issues North Korea warning as 1200 marines ready for war


In an interview in Wisconsin, the U.S. president complained that his predecessors should have dealt with North Korea's pursuit of a nuclear arsenal, but said he was in the position now where he was "going to have to do something about it". Pence also said the US would protect freedom of navigation in the South China Sea, the sea lanes vital to global shipping where China has been staking claim to disputed territory. Read More »

Democrats aim to 'Make Trump Furious' in Georgia election

Ms Handel did not mention Mr Trump during a 10-minute speech on Tuesday night, according to local media. "He's already at 49 percent of the vote", Perez said. Trump tweeted Wednesday: "Dems failed in Kansas and are now failing in Georgia". On the other hand, during the campaign, Handel, who had millions spent in her behalf by national Republicans, stuck to the line that she supports the president but serving in Congress is not an extension of the White House. Read More »

Protesters Demand Zuma Quit


The largely peaceful protests in Pretoria, Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town appeared to attract a diverse mix of South Africans, but Zuma railed against those who participated. He urged South Africans to co-exist and tolerate one another, around the common vision of social justice, reducing inequality, maintaining political stability and national unity. Read More »

Sarkozy: pas une voix ne doit manquer


En coulisses cependant, l'ancien chef de l'État ne semble pas certain de voir François Fillon l'emporter. Celui qui a gouverné avec François Fillon entre 2007 et 2012 revient sur leur expérience commune: "J'ai travaillé cinq ans avec François Fillon , il a été mon Premier ministre". Read More »