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Multi-vehicle crash closes EB Hwy. 401 in Cambridge


One person, who had been trapped, was killed in the crash. "Firefighters were on the scene trying to extricate the injured and an ambulance was on the ground waiting to transport but sadly that is not the case", OPP Sgt. Friday. The collision reconstruction team is now investigating. All eastbound lanes will be closed at Cedar Creek Road for the remainder of the morning. Lire la suite »

Jane Fonda's Thoughts on Why the Harvey Weinstein Allegations Are Finally Surfacing


In an interview with MSNBC's Chris Hayes on Wednesday, Fonda and her friend, longtime activist Gloria Steinem , were asked about the Weinstein scandal that has rocked Hollywood, Variety reported. Meanwhile Steinem added that the sheer numbers of people coming forward in this instance had also had an impact. Even in the immediate aftermath of BuzzFeed's report, Kelly continued to perform to crowds of screaming fans, many of whom could find no fault in their idol. Lire la suite »

Ahead of Assembly polls, two ISIS suspects arrested in Surat


They were booked under IPC sections 120-A (criminal conspiracy), 121-A (waging or attempt to wage war against Government of India) and 125 (Waging war against any Asiatic power in alliance with Government of India) of the IPC, besides under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), the official said. Lire la suite »

West Bengal challenges Aadhaar; Supreme Court to hear plea on Monday


Divan pointed out that till the court does not decide to expeditiously hear the matters before March 31, civil liberties of citizens will be subject to grave peril. However, senior advocates Shyam Divan, Meenakshi Arora , Arvind Datar and Anand Grover, appearing for the petitioners, objected to the distinction between people who have Aadhaar and those who do not. Lire la suite »

Four-star Texas DT Bobby Brown commits to Texas A&M over Alabama


In addition to the Tide and Aggies, Brown also had LSU, Florida State, Baylor, Texas, Oklahoma and Houston among his finalists. And, in meeting with the media prior to that game, Abbott became the latest public official to make a (likely hollow) call for a renewal of the heated football rivalry. Lire la suite »

Trump to reduce size of Bears Ears National Monument, Hatch says

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch said President Donald Trump told him he will approve Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's recommendation to cut the size of Bears Ears National Monument Friday. "I can tell you he (Trump) will be going to Utah in the first part of early December". The sneaky closed-door meetings that continue to happen are a slap in the face to the very public process that drove the protection efforts for Bears Ears as well as other national monuments across our country. Lire la suite »

De Blasio Donor Testifies, Reveals Multiple Instances of NYC Corruption


Just talking and getting to know one another. Jona Rechnitz, 34, who in March pleaded guilty to making contributions in exchange for advantageous treatment from government officials, testified Thursday at Manhattan District court house in the bribery trial of former city corrections-union chief Norman Seabrook , the New York Post reported. Lire la suite »

This Congresswoman Wants Women on Capitol Hill to Say #MeToo


Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San Mateo, said that when she worked in Congress in her twenties, the chief of staff in her office "held my face, kissed me, and stuck his tongue in my mouth". "I know what it's like years later to remember that rush of humiliation and anger". "There is nothing to fear in telling the truth". Speier believes "it's time to throw back the curtain on the repulsive behavior that until now has thrived in the dark without consequences". Lire la suite »

Ils avaient enfermé un Noir dans un cercueil : deux Sud-Africains condamnés


Willem Oosthuizen et Theo Martins Jackson étaient jugés devant la haute cour de Middelburg , à 165 km à l'est de Johannesburg, pour des faits commis il y a un an. Présent à l'audience de sentence, Victor Mlotshwa arborait un large sourire après le prononcé de la peine, tandis que des militants du Congrès national Africain (ANC) au pouvoir, qui avait apporté son soutien à la victime, ont manifesté leur joie. Lire la suite »

"E3 Was Only Half The Story"; Sony Hypes Up Paris Games Week


You won't want to miss it. This time around, the company says "E3 was only half the story" and encourages everyone to check out the media showcase on Monday, October 30. 2017 is on its way out and the weather is getting colder for those of us in the northern hemisphere, but PlayStation is just getting warmed up. Yoshida previously said Sony chose not to reveal some triple AAA games at E3 2017 as they were saving them for later. Lire la suite »

Convergence de vue entre Alpha Condé et Alassane Ouattara — Dossiers régionaux


L'inquiétude de Paris et Washington est partagée dans la région où le président ivoirien Alassane Ouattara a exhorté l'opposition et la présidence togolaise à ouvrir " des négociations ". " Les manifestations doivent pouvoir se faire mais de manière pacifique", et les auteurs " de violences " seront " sanctionnés " par la Cédéao qui " n'hésitera pas à prendre les mesures rigoureuses", a averti M. Lire la suite »

Seal delays? 450-pounder removed from Alaska airport runway


The workers have seen birds, caribou, polar bears and musk ox on the runway, but the seal sighting was a first, Bailey said. The state Department of Transportation got in on the fun by warning pilots of " low sealings " at the airport - a pun on the "low ceiling" warning that's used to warn of low clouds and poor visibility. Lire la suite »

Burundi Withdraws From ICC

Last month, a United Nations commission of inquiry report said crimes against humanity, including killings and sexual violence, are still being committed in Burundi and it asked the ICC to open an investigation as soon as possible. The move comes exactly a year after Bujumbura officially notified the United Nations that it was quitting the world's only permanent war crimes tribunal, in what was seen as a major blow to worldwide justice. Lire la suite »

Les bailleurs sociaux demandent un "moratoire" sur la baisse des APL


Les requérants soutenaient notamment que la mesure méconnaissait le principe d'égalité devant la loi de tous les citoyens, le principe de dignité humaine et le principe de sécurité juridique, en portant une atteinte excessive à des situations contractuelles en cours ainsi qu'au droit au respect des biens des bénéficiaires des aides. Lire la suite »

Andromeda's Story Will Be Continuing in a Novel

Mass Effect: Annihilation is now slated for release in the US, Canada, and the United Kingdom on June 26th, 2018. Now there's a new bit of media meant to do just that: a new Mass Effect novel. Their story was rumored to be the focal point of one of the major story-based DLC releases that Andromeda was set to initially receive. The bad news is that this is probably going to be the only way that you're going to get more Mass Effect stories for the foreseeable future. Lire la suite »

Intel launches its next-gen Optane SSD 900P SSD


Today Intel is launching their first retail 3D XPoint based SSD - the Intel Optane SSD 900P Series. The downside at the moment is cost, and thus far it's been reserved for enterprise SSDs, only recently finding its way onto the desktop in the form of small (16GB and 32GB) caching modules for use with its 200-series chipsets and later. Lire la suite »

M1 minibus crash: Ryszard Masierak and David Wagstaff deny risky driving

Polish trucker Ryszard Masierak of Evesham, Worcestershire pleaded not guilty to 8 counts of causing death by unsafe driving and four counts of causing serious injury by risky driving. The other victims were Tamilmani Arachelvan, 50; Lavanyalakshmi Seetharaman, 32; Panneerselvam Annamalai, 63; Subramaniyan Arachelvan, 58; Rishi Rajeev Kumar, 27; Vivek Bhaskaran, 26; and Karthikeyan Pugalur Ramasubramanian, 33. Lire la suite »

Syria: Suffering of 350000 civilians in rural Damascus 'an outrage'


The United Nations condemned Friday the "deliberate starvation of civilians" as a war tactic following the release of "shocking" images showing severely malnourished children in an area near Damascus besieged by Syria's military. UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein said in a statement: "I also call on all those with involvement or influence in the conflict to facilitate the access of humanitarian workers so they can deliver the aid that the people of Eastern Ghouta so ... Lire la suite »

Découvrez le premier restaurant sous-marin d'Europe


Une vitre de 11 mètres de long en acrylique offrira une vue imprenable sur les fonds de la mer du Nord. Des murs d'un mètre d'épaisseur doivent permettre à l'édifice de résister aux pires conditions météo. Il accueillera également un centre de recherche marine; il a également vocation à devenir un récif artificiel. Le centre de recherche permettra quant à lui d'observer le comportement de certains poissons et de comprendre s'ils se comportent différemment en fonction des saisons. Lire la suite »

Blue Whale challenge a 'national problem': SC


Ends of teenagers have similarly told from other countries like Russian Federation and China also Saudi Arabia and Brazil plus Argentina, Bulgaria, Chile including Italy. Terming visual medium as being most "effective", the top court said "Doordarshan shall prepare a program in consultation with the Ministries of Women and Child Development and the Human Resource Development within one week to educate children about the evils of Blue Whale game so that they are not involved in that game". Lire la suite »

Kerala powerhouse of Digital India drive: President


On his second visit to the state within a month, the President also congratulated the state for having created a remarkable hospitality industry. The State also had a head start in providing trained and capable health-care providers for hospitals across the country and overseas. Lire la suite »