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Violence erupts at Erdogan protest in Washington


Nine people were hurt, including one seriously, and two were arrested when a fight reportedly broke out between opposing groups of protesters outside the Turkish embassy in Washington, DC. The fighting sprawled into a park across the street as uniformed police officers, some in helmets and swinging collapsible batons, tried to restore order. Read More »

At Least 2 Dead as Severe Storms, Tornadoes Hit US Midsection


In western Oklahoma, a tornado ripped through Beckham County and killed one person. Cattle have been killed, but Risenhoover said he had no immediate reports of people injured. The National Weather Service in Norman has not yet released information about the strength of the tornado, but tweeted early Wednesday that it will be surveying the damage. Read More »

Jury acquits Tulsa cop in shooting of unarmed black man

The family of Terence Crutcher burst into tears and reacted with outrage after jurors found Tulsa officer Betty Jo Shelby not guilty in the September 16 shooting. The mayor spoke of the unfair assumption some have that black people will respond with violence to news like the Crutcher shooting or Shelby acquittal . Read More »

World Court orders Pakistan temporarily not to execute alleged Indian spy


India had moved the United Nations court urging it to suspend Jadhav's sentence and declare that it was arrived at "in brazen defiance of Vienna Convention rights". Salve, in an earlier hearing, had told the court that India doesn't rely on the agreement in this case. "It is clear that as long as a final decision does not come Jadhav should be safe", he said, adding that the ruling would help in finding remedy to "violation of Jadhav's rights and also the violation of global convention by ... Read More »

Rex' ants discovered in Singapore


What they found was a shy, fussy eater unlike its namesake in nearly every way, except their ability to turn to cannibalism when necessary. Eating fellow ants has been one of several multiple hygiene strategies to "prevent the spread of pathogens on corpses", Wang, who was not involved in the study, said. Read More »

US officials criticize Turkey after attack on DC protesters

Citing a cross-border offensive Turkey launched against IS and the YPG in Syria previous year, Erdogan said "we won't hesitate to launch similar operations if we see the need". US officials said this month that the White House had approved supplying arms to the YPG, a decision that caused alarm in Ankara. Last month, Turkish warplanes bombed Kurdish fighters in Iraq's Sinjar region and YPG militia in Syria . Read More »

France's Macron calls for 'historic reconstruction' of Europe


The two discussed a roadmap for the European Union. When Britain leaves the bloc in 2019, France will be the EU's only member with nuclear weapons and a permanent seat on the U.N. With Germany's economy, Europe's largest, outperforming that of France, the traditional Franco-German motor at the heart of the European Union project has begun to misfire. Read More »

New BMW M5 Prototype Unveiled


Check out the technology behind the new BMW M5 that comes with the company's M xDrive drivetrain system. The core component of M xDrive is a central intelligence unit with M-specific software delivering integrated control of longitudinal and lateral dynamics. Read More »

Washington lance le processus de renégociation — Aléna


Signé en 1994, cet accord est accusé par certains d'avoir précipité la désindustrialisation aux Etats-Unis et Donald Trump a promis durant sa campagne qu'il en modifierait les termes. Les Canadiens ont ainsi assuré qu'ils feraient entendre leur voix et défendraient leurs intérêts. "Nous sommes fermement résolus à favoriser le libre-échange sur le continent nord-américain et à faire en sorte que toute la population canadienne bénéficie des avantages du commerce", a déclaré la ministre ... Read More »

Texas Lawmakers Just Passed A Bill Banning Sanctuary Cities


Abbott, who has backed the effort from the beginning, tweeted that he was getting his signing pen "warmed up" to make the bill a law. The question isn't whether or not the Texas attorney general's office will be hauled to court over a Texas Senate bill to ban "sanctuary" policies in Texas - but, more likely, when they'll be asked to defend Senate bill 4 in a federal court. Read More »

70 miners trapped after Iran blast


The workers sent to hospital were among those who had rushed from outside to help the victims after the blast . Three days of public mourning has been declared in Golestan Province, which lies along the Caspian Sea and borders Turkmenistan. Read More »

Chris Cornell dead at age 52

Best known as the lead singer for the bands Soundgarden and Audioslave , Cornell, 52, achieved multi-platinum success, earned multiple Grammys and wrote and performed the theme song for the James Bond movie "Casino Royale". Nirvana's Kurt Cobain was found dead in his Seattle home in 1994; his death was ruled a suicide. Rocker Idol described Cornell as a "great singer and artist", saying that his loss was "another blow" to the music industry. Read More »

Les ministres devront soutenir les candidats LREM aux législatives — Gouvernement

La volonté de maîtriser l'expression de l'exécutif conjuguée à la fermeture inhabituelle de la cour d'honneur de l'Elysée à l'issue de ce premier Conseil des ministres a cependant suscité quelque inquiétude dans les rangs de la presse. La question se posait notamment pour Bruno Le Maire et Gérald Darmanin , figures du parti LR et aujourd'hui aux manettes de la politique économique du gouvernement. Read More »

India has been diverting nuclear materials to make weapons:Pak


India is planning to change the demography in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) by stationing Hindu terrorist outfit RSS activists for converting the Muslim majority areas into minority, spokesperson for the Foreign Office, Nafees Zakaria, said during his weekly media briefing here Thursday. Read More »

GOP Health Bill Penalizes Patients Who Let Insurance Lapse

Members of the group, which include governors from Utah, Tennessee and MI, are also now looking to form a bipartisan coalition of states to propose reforms for the individual insurance market, according to one source, that they hope the Senate will also use. Read More »

Delta Teams Up With Lyft on Rewards Program: How It Works


As with all reward incentives, though, there's some fine print that customers should be aware of. "That's why we're excited we've found a good fit with Lyft ". "This first-of-its-kind partnership rewards our customers while providing them with a seamless end-to-end travel experience", said David Baga, chief business officer at Lyft . Read More »

DONTNOD Entertainment announces Life is odd sequel


Dontnod didn't give any other details for the new title and did not say if it would retain the episodic format of Life Is Strange . Life Is Strange was originally released in 2015 and won the BAFTA Games Award for Best Story. It's unlikely we'll see a continuation of the first game's story - the first season of Life is odd felt very self-contained. "We're really thankful for your patience thus far and ask for a bit more time". Read More »

Trump says 'major help from God' need to win


When Trump took the microphone, he congratulated the class of 2017, then immediately addressed the crowd size. He doesn't listen to his advisers. It's coming from inside the (White) House . " Donald Trump does not represent our values and we want nothing to do with him". President Trump disparaged critics as "pathetic" in a Liberty University commencement speech . Read More »

Israel calls for embassy move to Jerusalem


McMaster said Trump would not be accompanied by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during the American leader's visit to the Western Wall. He hinted shortly after his nomination past year that he foresaw himself working from Jerusalem , implying that the embassy would move there. Read More »

Israel Was Source Of Intelligence That Trump Gave To Russians


They included a surprise encounter between reporters and Trump's top national security adviser and an attempt to drown out conversations with a blaring television. But McMaster, at a crowded White House news conference, said Trump "wasn't even aware of where this information came from". Congressional Republicans and Democrats expressed concern about the report . Read More »

France's Macron mixes political shades in ministerial appointments


Le Drian says he expects France to play a crucial role in a "complex, fragile, unstable global situation". Germany's Sigmar Gabriel said in a statement it's important "that we move Europe forward together, that we take the initiative and get the German-French engine running at full speed". Read More »

World Leaders Condemn North Korea Missile Test


The UN Security Council was weighing its response to the latest launch, with diplomats saying that the United States was pushing for a toughly-worded statement of condemnation. North Korea's state news agency identified the weapon as a Hwasong-12 "medium long-range" ground-to-ground ballistic missile. Outsiders saw a significant technological jump in the weekend test, with the rocket apparently flying higher and for a longer time than any other such previous missile. Read More »