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Pet Labrador stabbed to death in Mirrabooka Park


A MIRRABOOKA woman has described the terrifying moment she realised her beloved Labrador had been stabbed in an unprovoked attack. "I put my dog in my vehicle and I went to find Luna who I thought would just be sniffing around in a tree doing her own business", he said. Read More »

[INTERACTIF] Le visage du gouvernement d'Edouard Philippe


Plusieurs noms sont avancés pour occuper des postes ministériels: Nicolas Hulot , François Bayrou , Bruno Le Maire ou Jean-Louis Borloo. Ces deux instances devront vérifier "que les personnalités qui sont pressenties au gouvernement font l'objet d'une première vérification de leur situation fiscale , alors que la loi prévoit que cette vérification ne s'opère qu'après leur nomination". Read More »

Edouard Philippe named France's new prime minister

Jean-Yves Le Drian, 69, who led France's military operations overseas as former President Francois Hollande's defence minister, will stay on in Mr Macron's government as foreign minister. Center-right Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, whom Macron tapped named Monday, is to lead the government at least until the elections. Mr Philippe's age reinforces the generational shift in France's corridors of power and the image of youthful vigour that Mr Macron is cultivating. Read More »

Islamabad says 2 Pakistani diplomates detained in Kabul


The employees were subsequently released who reached the Pakistan Embassy after the latter took up the matter with Afghanistan. Earlier in the day, Foreign Office summoned the Afghan Deputy Head of Mission to lodge Pakistan's strong protest over the incident in which two diplomatic officials in Kabul were detained. Read More »

More Republicans back independent probe of Trump-Russia ties

Rep. Justin AmashJustin AmashThe Hill's 12:30 Report Dems try to force vote on independent Russian Federation probe First Republicans talk possibility of impeachment for Trump MORE (R-Mich.) on Wednesday said if the reports about Trump's pressure on Comey are true, it would merit impeachment. Read More »

Latest North Korea missile test represents significant advance


The North has carried out two nuclear weapons tests and dozens of missile launches since the beginning of past year in its quest to develop a missile capable of delivering a nuclear warhead to the continental USA - something President Donald Trump has vowed "won't happen". Read More »

Tornadoes in Wisconsin, Oklahoma leave 2 dead

The mayor of Chetek, Jeff Martin, said in an interview with KSTP-TV that quite a number of emergency vehicles responded to the scene where the tornado touched down at the trailer park, located about 4 miles north of Chetek. Tod Pritchard, a state Emergency Management spokesman, said there also was a report of a tornado in Rusk County. Some people were trapped in their trailers. Read More »

Emmanuel Macron entame son mandat sous le signe de la solennité — France

Brigitte Macron avait précédé son époux à l'Elysée de dix minutes, lançant quelques baisers d'un geste de la main aux badauds rassemblés devant le porche du palais. Emmanuel Macron , qui a pris ses quartiers à l'Élysée dimanche , entend apporter sa propre touche, notamment sur le fonctionnement du palais présidentiel. Read More »

88,5% des Français résidant en Belgique ont voté pour Macron

La passation de pouvoir devrait avoir lieu le 14 mai, date ultime du mandat de François Hollande . Ils ont aussi serré la main des nombreux élus présents, où l'on pouvait reconnaître l'ancien président Nicolas Sarkozy, le chef du gouvernement Bernard Cazeneuve et son prédécesseur Manuel Valls. Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn to create Minister for Peace if elected


He said: "If elected Prime Minister, I will do everything necessary to protect the safety and security of our people and our country". Mr Corbyn began by criticising Western interference in countries such as Afghanistan, Somalia and Yemen, describing "regime change wars" in Iraq, Libya, and Syria as a failure that have "made the world a more unsafe place". Read More »

Three big questions remain about Michael Flynn after Sally Yates' testimony


Clapper, who also testified Monday, warned Russia's efforts to influence the election posed a threat to democracy, and the hacking and leaking of Democratic Party emails were a worrying taste of the future. The subpoena was announced a day after Trump abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey, who had been leading the bureau's investigation of Russian Federation and the election. Read More »

Passation de pouvoir: les invités d'Emmanuel Macron


Quelques heures auparavant, les premières nominations à son cabinet étaient tombées dont celles d'Alexis Kohler, 44 ans, secrétaire général de l'Élysée, Ismaël Emelien, conseiller spécial, Patrick Strzoda, directeur de cabinet ou Philippe Etienne, conseiller diplomatique. Read More »

Water main break shuts down Ellicott City road


Police were called at 3:21 a.m.to the 8600 block of Main Street for a reported water main break. Main Street is closed between Rogers and Klein avenues. Gerwin said they hope to have the road reopened by Thursday morning rush hour. If it happened anywhere else in Howard County, it would have been just another water main break, but this one hit where it hurts. Read More »

Missing South Pasadena boy's mother to speak out for first time


Know that mama and a lot of people are working hard to bring you home", Estevez said. "I want you to know that the second happiest day of my life will be when you come home". "In one moment, I was at the park with my son, and then I found myself waking up in Huntington Memorial Hospital hours later", Andressian Sr. said. Read More »

Highlights from auditor general Michael Ferguson's spring 2017 report


The program was increasingly part of various companies' business model, according to the Auditor-General, which explained why the government needed to ensure that access to foreign workers was an exception and not the rule. The auditor general's office also found any punitive action against employers found breaking the rules could take months to be approved. Very few onsite inspections were being done - and those that were done were "flawed because the department always told employers about ... Read More »

Cyber attack spreads across 150 countries


In Australia, Alistair MacGibbon, special advisor to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Cyber Security, said some small businesses would likely be hit "but as a whole of nation we can be confident, so far, that we have missed the worst of this". Read More »

Android now supports the Kotlin programming language


Kotlin was created by JetBrains and officially released early previous year. Kotlin's primary sponsor is JetBrains, the company behind tools like IntelliJ. Calling out to Kotlin code from Java code should just work, while calling to Java code requires some automatically applied translation conventions. Read More »

YouTube Bringing 360-Degree Video to the Big Screen

Also, there has been a 4X growth in YouTube live streams. Sarah Ali, Head of Living Room Products for YouTube, gave an update on the YouTube app for TV, which is available on 500 million TVs, consoles, and smart TV devices. But people have to pay for it. A new Superchat API has been announced for the developers. YouTube is opening up its "tip jar" on livestreams - called Super Chat - so developers can program automated triggers for something to happen in real life during the broadcast. Read More »

Trump 'asked Federal Bureau of Investigation chief to end Flynn probe'

Chaffetz said on Tuesday that if Comey perceived "undue influence" from the president of the United States, he had a number of options. Donald Trump is set to embark Friday on his first foreign trip, which had been optimistically viewed by some aides as an opportunity to reset an administration floundering under an inexperienced president. Read More »