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Ivanka Trump Booed at Women's Entrepreneurship International Summit, Asked Tougher Questions

The event opened with the first daughter explaining her role in the White House. "It's fine", she said , and also shrugged off the audience's reaction. The summit panel's discussion had started with something of a jolt, as the moderator , journalist Miriam Meckel, asked Trump to clarify what her role was at the summit - and whether she was representing the US, her father, or her business interests. Read More »

Le doute des Mélenchonistes à Toulouse — Second tour

Suit Benoît Hamon avec 6,3%, puis Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (4,6%), Philippe Poutou (1,1%), Jean Lassalle (1,1%), François Asselineau (1%), Nathalie Arthaud (0,6%), Jacques Cheminade (0,2%). Il n'y a guère qu'en Guadeloupe, acquise à la gauche, que l'ancien ministre de l'Economie se classe premier avec 30,3% des voix. Jean-Luc Mélenchon, le 23 avril. Read More »

Deux morts lors des manifestations au Venezuela

Un adolescent de 17 ans est décédé de ses blessures après avoir été touché à la tête par les tirs d'un groupe d'inconnus à moto qui visaient un rassemblement d'opposants à San Bernardino, dans le nord-ouest de Caracas, a déclaré Amadeo Leiva, directeur de la clinique où il avait été transporté. Read More »

Manchester Derby is make or break: Herrara


Chicago Fire midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has called on Zlatan Ibrahimovic to follow him in making the move from Manchester United to Major League Soccer. Guardiola oversaw a one-sided 2-1 win when he and Mourinho resumed hostilities in September - each at the helm of a new club - and was generally felt to have made a bigger impact than the Portuguese in the season's early months. Read More »

European Union urges Venezuela to 'de-escalate' deadly protest tensions

Venezuela's opposition renewed nationwide protests on Thursday to pressure President Nicolas Maduro to hold elections and improve a collapsing economy, and vowed to keep up pressure by staging three more protests in the next four days. By doing away with the opposition-controlled legislative branch, the move effectively meant the remaining two branches of Venezuelan government were controlled by the ruling United Socialist Party. Read More »

Marine Le Pen steps down as party leader until election runoff

She contends Macron's plan for France amounts to "fratricide" because, she says, it pits people and companies against each other, with the strongest winning. "Nothing in either Mr Macron's policies or his behaviour suggests the slightest proof of love for France", she said . "We are going to win". Macron and Le Pen will take part in a TV debate on May 3. Read More »

Judge blocks Trump threat to withhold 'sanctuary city' funds


A federal judge in San Francisco on Tuesday blocked a Trump administration order to withhold funding from communities - including Lawrence - that limit cooperation with USA immigration authorities, saying the president has no authority to attach new conditions to federal spending. Read More »

Tillerson Honors Six Million Jews Killed by Nazis in Holocaust


Speaking via prerecorded video at the opening dinner of the WJC's Plenary Assembly in New York City on Sunday night, Trump's remarks honed close to Jewish communal talking points. Schools and community centers hold ceremonies and prayers, certain business shut down, and radio and television stations are filled with documentaries and interviews with Holocaust survivors. Read More »

USA complaints over Iran nuclear deal's implementation 'irrelevant': Russian Federation

The Trump administration's inter-agency review of policy towards Iran will examine whether the lifting of sanctions against Tehran is in the U.S. national security interests. ECONOMY American economic growth will not achieve the administration's 3 percent goal this year or next, even if some fiscal stimulus and changes to tax laws are implemented, according to economists in a Reuters poll. Read More »

Trump to propose massive tax cuts for businesses

This is in comparison with the 21 percent who believe Trump's first few months in office have been "good", and the 14 percent who believe they've been "great". The segment goes on to show a montage of Trump making campaign promises about the things he would do in his first 100 days, from repealing and replacing Obamacare to cutting taxes to rebuilding the military to updating the nation's infrastructure. Read More »

LG Display says 2017 capex could be higher than planned


The company showed confidence in the 60-inch-plus OLED TV market, with its chief financial officer Kim Sang-don saying, "LG Display holds a significant share in the 60-inch-plus OLED TV market and this is expected to continue for the time being.Our client Sony has recently launched its OLED TV in China and (the product) appears to be well received in the market despite the high price". Read More »

Difficile fin de saison pour Gareth Bale


Et son second but du soir, inscrit au bout du temps additionnel (90e+2), a permis à Barcelone (1er, 75 pts) de s'imposer et de reprendre la tête du classement au détriment du Real Madrid (2e, 75 pts, un match de moins). " Les matches de fin de saison sont toujours dangereux, surtout quand il s'agit de rencontres face aux équipes de bas de tableau " qui n'ont plus rien à perdre, a-t-il prévenu. Read More »

Battle for Berkeley: Will Ann Coulter spark another clash?

Coulter had accepted an invitation from two campus groups - the Berkeley College Republicans and BridgeUSA - to deliver a speech about immigration, the topic of one of her 12 New York Times best-selling books. "Called their bluff & they canceled anyway". The Berkeley College Republicans will host the event with approval from campus officials but with restrictions. Read More »

S. Korea installs parts of contentious USA missile defense

US President Donald Trump sent the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier strike group to the Korean Peninsula earlier this month as a warning to North Korea and a show of solidarity with US allies. John McCain, another Republican who joined Trump for the dinner, told a congressional hearing Tuesday, referring to the 1962 standoff with the Soviet Union that pushed the superpowers close to nuclear confrontation. Read More »

Obama's Dangerous, Secret Deal to Secure his Iran Agreement

As part of the Iran deal, the United States agreed to release some of its Iranian prisoners in exchange for some of Iran's American prisoners. Politico said the "biggest fish" released in the prisoner swap was Seyed Abolfazl Shahab Jamili, who had been charged with being part of a conspiracy that from 2005 to 2012 procured thousands of parts with nuclear applications for Iran through China, including hundreds of US-made sensors for Iran's uranium enrichment centrifuges. Read More »

Pakistan opposition vows protests to press PM to resign during investigation


Opposition Pakistan Tahreek-i-Insaf and Pakistan People's Party said the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has been unnerved after the Supreme Court's decision in the Panama Papers leaks case two days ago. The corruption allegations against Sharif were set off following the release of the Panama Papers. In recent years, Prime Minister Sharif has helped herald an improved security environment in Pakistan after the army cracked down on terrorist groups. Read More »

North Korea celebrates founding of military

Navy subs that began service as a ballistic missile submarine, loaded with nuclear missiles as part of the U.S. strategic nuclear deterrent. "This is a real threat to the world". As Tuesday's military exercises with South Korea and Japan show, the United States is remaining in lock-step with its allies in the region. A readout of the call reported by China's official broadcaster, CCTV, said Xi urged Trump to exercise restraint. Read More »

Lady Gaga Talks Mental Illness With Prince William

Kate Middleton and Prince William visited BBC 1 Radio! "Remember the first few days with little George", Kate said. "You have no idea, really, what you are doing, no matter how many books you read, nothing can prepare you for it". Meanwhile, a former High Court judge has stated that Prince Harry's mental health problems may have been worsened by the failure of his parents relationship. Read More »

Predators-Blues, Oilers-Ducks open second round Wednesday

The Oilers scored on two 2nd period breakaways by Leon Draisaitl and Anton Slepyshev , and added a Connor McDavid empty netter with 1 second left to eliminate last season's Western Conference Champions. "Bullet points where we could have either fallen or risen". "I think we expect them to be a good team", Ducks defenseman Kevin Bieksa said. Patrick Marleau played the series with a broken thumb and Tomas Hertl with a broken foot. Read More »

Britons 'oppose' Brexit guarantee for European Union citizens in UK

Responding to Sir Keir's speech, Brexit Secretary David Davis said: " Jeremy Corbyn is too weak and floundering to get a good deal in the Brexit negotiations". If there is a bad deal, we simply walk away. "What we've seen today from Labour is, I think, their seventh Brexit plan". Labour's 2015 general election candidate for Peterborough says she is "devastated" she can't stand again in June's election as she is due to move house. Read More »

US submarine makes S.Korea port call, North remains defiant

In a separate meeting slated for Wednesday, high-ranking military officials will brief senators on North Korea, the Pentagon said. And in related freakish North Korea news, all 100 US senators are to show up for an unprecedented briefing at the White House for a briefing on the topic Wednesday. Read More »

Turkey's election board rejects referendum annulment request


Speaking in Ankara earlier, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said the issue of the election result was closed and warned against street protests. He also criticized the YSK, saying, "the quickly-made decision of the electoral commission to validate incorrectly stamped or entirely unstamped ballots is a violation of Turkish law". Read More »

France presidential elections: Candidates make last attempt to sway voters


The race for the presidency features Francois Fillon, Emmanuel Macron, Benoit Hamon, Jean-Luc Melenchon, and Marine Le Pen . He also returned to a message he has hammered home in recent weeks - that he alone among the leading candidates could secure a "strong" majority in the legislative elections that follow in June. Read More »