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MPs back Theresa May's poll call

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May's walks off stage after speaking at the annual Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, Britain, October 2, 2016. May, Britain's second female prime minister, also has strong popular support for her handling of the political natural disaster unleashed by Brexit. Read More »

Police search for suspect in fatal Arkansas shooting


Kindred was taken to a local hospital, where he later died from his injuries, police said. According to a news release, the shooting happened at the 700-block of Marshall St. Officers developed a search perimeter but were unable to locate the suspect. While Jonesboro detectives have interviewed witnesses and gathered evidence from the scene, no one has been arrested yet. Read More »

US carrier heading for Korea trains with Japanese destroyers


Earlier, US President Donald Trump said that an "armada" is heading to the Korean Peninsula's shores amid a tensions with North Korea had escalated. The incident occurred as the F/A-18E assigned to Carrier Air Wing 2 was on final approach to USS Carl Vinson . Mr Pence was speaking on the final leg of a 10-day tour of the Asia-Pacific region that had already taken him to South Korea, Japan and Indonesia. Read More »

United Kingdom police name suspect in east London nightclub acid attack

A 54-year-old man and a 52-year-old woman were arrested at Mr Collins's address on suspicion of cultivating cannabis. The police also searched Collin's house and allegedly found guns and drugs. It's believed that the chemical was sprayed into the faces of two male clubbers who are now in serious but stable condition at a specialist burns hospital in Essex . Read More »

US Supreme Court to allow Arkansas execution

Four of the planned executions so far have been stayed, but the state still has plans to kill three more men before the end of the month: Kenneth D. Williams and Jack Harold Jones on April 24 and Marcel W. The Arkansas execution push came shortly after an Amnesty International report that saw the US fall out of the top five countries for executions for the first time in a decade. Read More »

Retour sur une campagne pleine de surprises — France


Après une campagne marquée par les affaires judiciaires, l'attentat à Paris a remis sur le devant de la scène les questions de sécurité et de lutte contre le djihadisme, bien que des zones d'ombre subsistent sur cette attaque. Selon ce sondage Ipsos-Steria pour France Télévisions et Radio France, le candidat de la droite est toujours donné éliminé dès le premier tour et à égalité avec Jean-Luc Mélenchon . Read More »

White House pushes bid to revive health bill


The last bill, promoted by House Speaker Paul Ryan, was tanked by conservative members of the Freedom Caucus. No text has emerged, but an outline of his proposal said states could seek to relax essential benefits that Obamacare requires insurance plans to cover such as emergency room trips, maternity and newborn care, and mental health services. Read More »

Le Pen: France Must Reinstate Border Checks to Fight 'Islamist Terrorism'

Although falling yields usually indicate investors seeking safety, in the case of the election uncertainty lower French yields imply a more steady-as-she-goes approach to the future. Some 67,000 polling stations will open at 8 a.m., monitored by more than 50,000 police officers. Diego Iscaro, an economist at IHS Markit, said that the impact of such a scenario on the French and European economies "would be hard to overestimate". Read More »

Panama Papers Verdict: PM Nawaz Sharif survives corruption ruling


The joint investigation team will comprise members from six different government bodies including intelligence agencies and financial regulatory authorities. The PTI chief also congratulated Liaquat Ali Jatoi over joining his party and directed PTI Sindh officials to expedite political activities in Sindh. Read More »

Pentagon chief Jim Mattis: 'No doubt' Syria has retained chemical weapons

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (right) meets US Secretary of Defense James Mattis (left) in Tel Aviv on April 21, 2017. Mattis, who is on his first official visit as Pentagon Chief said that Iran seems to be complying with the JCPOA but Washington recognizes the need to confront the "destabilizing activities of Iran which continues to threaten Israel and its neighbors the region with ballistic missile through its maritime and cyber activities as well as through its proxies and ... Read More »

6 dead, 7 hurt in highway accident in North Cotabato


While traversing the national highway at Barangay Malasila, the truck's brakes malfunction, resulting in a head-on collision with 3 motorcycles traveling in the opposite direction. The truck driver, identified as Julius Cadaba, of Midsayap, North Cotabato, his helper, and a passenger from a motorcycle suffered severe injuries and were taken to different hospitals in Makilala and Kidapawan City. Read More »

Russia vetoes UN resolution to hold Syria accountable for chemical account


Trump had frequently called during the 2016 U.S. presidential election campaign for warmer ties with Putin, despite criticism from lawmakers in his own Republican Party. Tillerson said Syria's government had committed more than 50 attacks using chlorine or other chemical weapons over the duration of the conflict. He said Russian Federation was set to appeal to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and "call on the global community to thoroughly investigate such incidents". Read More »

U.S. will honour refugee deal Trump dubbed 'dumb', Pence tells Australia


The visit comes amid ongoing tensions in the South China Sea, concerns about the growing influence of Islamic State in Southeast Asia, and strained US-Philippine relations since Rodrigo Duterte's rise to power. Acting US Ambassador to Australia, James Caruso, told the ABC that the visit shows how important Australia is the United States. Pence was speaking in the world's most populous Muslim nation midway through a 10-day swing in Asia meant to reinforce key USA alliances at the start of ... Read More »

Thousands of Californians join March for Science

The rallies set for more than 500 cities were putting scientists, who generally shy away from advocacy and whose work depends on objective experimentation, into a more public position. "When science is threatened, so is the society that scientists uphold and protect". "Science isn't respected and it needs to be", said Sarah Binkow, 22, a civil engineer who traveled from Pontiac, Michigan, to attend the Washington rally. Read More »

Kim Jong-un doit "bien se tenir" — Donald Trump


Ils devraient toutefois prendre la direction du Japon dans les 24 heures, selon ce responsable. De hauts responsables à Washington expriment désormais l'espoir que le puissant voisin de la Corée du Nord exercera suffisamment de pressions politiques et économiques pour que Pyongyang arrête ses essais nucléaires. Read More »

Pope likens migrant holding centres to "concentration camps"


In an off-the-cuff addition to his homily, Francis recalled meeting a man and his three children during a visit a year ago to a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos. Humanitarian groups have criticized efforts to stop migrants in Libya, where - according to a United Nations report last December - they suffer arbitrary detention, forced labor, rape and torture. Read More »

Tehran, Tbilisi Sign Economic Agreements


Meeting with Iran's Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri, Kvirikashvili discussed a wide range of issues of cooperation between the two countries from trade-economic and energy sectors, through education and high technology. Iran and Georgia signed a series of cooperation Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) here on Saturday, semi-official Mehr news agency reported. The number of Iranian investments increased by 90% in Georgia previous year due to the country's favorable business and investment ... Read More »

Rescued teen showed no anger toward her teacher

The teacher, however, acknowledged that the girl was "a really good friend and she does leave her other classes to come see him when she needs someone to calm her down", according to a school report dated January 30. Cummins now faces charges of sexual contact with a minor and aggravated kidnapping. Thomas, 15, was a student at Culleoka Unit School in Maury County, where Cummins, 50, was a health science teacher. Read More »

Dernier round télévisé avant un très ouvert "match à quatre" — Présidentielle française


Le dernier sondage pour la Presse Quotidienne Régionale confirme l'extrême difficulté de savoir qui des quatre principaux candidats parviendra à franchir le premier tour. Dans la foulée, l'ancien Premier ministre de droite Dominique de Villepin a annoncé son soutien à l'ancien ministre de l'Economie, qui a également reçu dans l'après-midi le secrétaire général de la CFDT, Laurent Berger. Read More »

Shot police officers out of danger


Le Pen, who has campaigned on an anti-European Union, anti-immigration platform, was the only major French candidate who backed Republican Trump in the November 8 U.S. At 48, Le Pen, the mother of three, is an ambitious, bold and gritty leader who defied the old guard of her far-right National Front party, expelling most to try to remove the taint of racism and anti-Semitism that clung to it for decades under the leadership of her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen. Read More »

French expatriates vote ahead of knife-edge election

France's 10% unemployment, its lacklustre economy and security issues are the top concerns among voters. Trump later told the Associated Press that the attacks would "probably help" far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in France's upcoming election, and while he declined to specifically endorse her, he said she was "strongest on borders, and she's the strongest on what's been going on in France ". Read More »

Le Pen Gains After Terror Attack In Last-Minute Poll Before Election


She said the Paris attack showed the current government is weak on national security. Four candidates have emerged as the top contenders. French voters elect a president in a two-round vote on April 23 and May 7. Le Pen has moved quickly to present herself as the strongest defender against Islamist radicals in a country scarred by a string of attacks that have claimed 239 lives since 2015. Read More »

Scientists march for science

Reporters challenged him, prompting Conway to respond that the administration gave "alternative facts". Motivation for the March has come from proposed cuts to research funding by the Trump administration , and administration orders restraining government scientists from making public statements . Read More »