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Severe weather warning issued for North of England


After school closures and power cuts in Scotland on Friday, the heaviest and most frequent snow showers are predicted to be in the north-east of the country during Saturday. Met Office chief meteorologist Dan Suri said; "It's going to be a cold weekend for everybody with some hard frost at night". The weather warning states: "Road, rail and air travel delays are likely, as well as stranding of vehicles and public transport cancellations. Lire la suite »

Georgetown Toyota plant names first female president

Today, the plant also manufactures the Camry Hybrid, Avalon, Avalon Hybrid and Lexus ES 350, the only Lexus model produced in the US, as well as engines and engine components. The company says with Elkington's appointment, three Toyota plants in the USA will be led by women. She joined Toyota in 1998 as an assembly engineering specialist in Princeton, Ind. Lire la suite »

Vanguard Total International Stock ETF (VXUS) Rises 0.5473% for Dec 8


Generally speaking, an ADX value from 0-25 would indicate an absent or weak trend. The opposite is the case when the RSI line is heading lower. A value of 25-50 would support a strong trend. Moving averages can be used to help filter out the day to day noise created by other factors. Different time periods may be used when using the RSI indicator. Lire la suite »

At least 25 wounded in Israeli retaliation strikes in Gaza


More than 300 people were injured across the West Bank, Gaza and Jerusalem on Friday, 50 of whom needed hospital treatment, the Palestinian Authority's Ministry of Health said. A previously unknown Salafist group calling itself the Salahedin Brigades claimed responsibility for the first attempted attack. Trump's decision drew lavish praise from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu but has sparked a worldwide diplomatic backlash. Lire la suite »

François Fillon devient président de la Commission Constructeurs à la FIA


Après s'être montré plutôt discret après sa campagne présidentielle, François Fillon rejoint la FIA et se place à la tête d'une de ses commissions. Pour le coup, François Fillon est enfin président! Il a aussi validé en janvier 2017 l'achat des droits commerciaux de la Formule 1 par le groupe américain Liberty Media, qui tente de redonner un nouveau souffle à la discipline reine du sport automobile. Lire la suite »

Boycotts, protests to greet Trump on MS visit


Not everyone in attendance is welcoming of the president's visitation. Some black leaders - including civil rights leader and Georgia congressman John Lewis - boycotted Saturday's event, saying Trump has sown racial division instead of racial harmony. Lire la suite »

Won't tolerate open loot, negligence by private hospitals: Arvind Kejriwal


A premature baby who was "mistakenly" declared dead by doctors in India's capital Delhi has died in another hospital where he was being treated. Jain said last month they had issued notice to the Max Super Specialty Hospital, Shalimar Bagh for problems in the treatment of patients under the EWS (Economically Weaker Section) category. Lire la suite »

Une tripartite pour la sécurité — Afrique centrale


La réunion de Brazzaville intervient au lendemain de la mort de 15 Casques bleus tanzaniens dans l'est de la RDC, tués dans une offensive attribuée aux miliciens ougandais musulmans des ADF. Joao Lourenço (Angola) et Joseph Kabila (RDC) appellent les acteurs politiques et de la société civile de la RDC à se mobiliser en vue de la mise en œuvre de l'agenda électoral dans l'unité, la sérénité et le dialogue. Lire la suite »

Triple H beat Jinder Mahal in WWE Live event

In a talk with ANI, Jinder Mahal said, "I feel fully prepared and ready". Triple H also said India is in good hands and despite criticism, the Indo-Canadian player has earned his respect. "It was awesome playing cricket with the Special Olympics team. Because when you see their attitude and the way that they have a passion for sports, for cricket, that's inspiring to me", he told India Today in an interview. Lire la suite »

Blanquer affiche son soutien aux professeurs — Laïcité


Le gouvernement veut se réapproprier les débats sur la laïcité. C'est "l'équivalent de cette unité laïcité " qui sera instauré à l'échelle de chaque département, a indiqué Jean-Michel Blanquer . Il sera chargé de la "création d'un corps de doctrine" pour homogénéiser les réponses des enseignants en cas de problème, selon le ministre. Et il devra aussi recenser les atteintes à la laïcité pour "prendre la juste mesure du problème (...), sans sous-estimer, sans surestimer". Lire la suite »

Le département en vigilance orange pluies verglaçantes et neige — Lozère


Le Gard pourrait être placé en vigilance "neige-verglas " pour cet épisode météorologique. Une perturbation intense mais brève devrait aborder le département dans la nuit du samedi 9 décembre au dimanche 10 décembre, provoquer des pluies verglaçantes et des chutes de neiges à toutes altitudes sur l'ensemble du département en seconde partie de nuit. Lire la suite »

Iraqi Government Declares Victory Over Islamic State


Gen. Abdul-Amir Rasheed Yar Allah said in a statement released shortly after al-Abadi's remarks. With Iraq's army and police retreating in disarray at the time, Ayatollah Ali Sistani, spiritual leader of the country's majority Shiites, called for a general mobilisation, leading to the formation of Hashed al-Shaabi paramilitary units. Lire la suite »

Sri Lanka Formally Hands Over Hambantota Port To China


Sri Lanka owes China $8 billion that former president Mahinda Rajapaksa's regime borrowed for its infrastructure development projects, including the port. The deal has raised concerns at home and overseas, where countries such as India and the United States are known to be anxious that China getting a foothold at the deep-sea port could give it a military naval advantage in the Indian Ocean. Lire la suite »

Abadi annonce "la fin de la guerre" contre l'EI en Irak


Le Premier ministre irakien, Haider Al-Abadi, a annoncé " la fin de la guerre " contre le groupe jihadiste Etat islamique en Irak, samedi 9 décembre. Au cours des trois dernières années, les forces irakiennes ont repris toutes ces terres avec l'appui de la coalition. Un haut commandant de l'armée a confirmé que les combats avaient pris fin. Lire la suite »

When Rajiv Gandhi proposed Sonia in a 'special way' in a restaurant


The Congress party also wished Gandhi. On the day, after members of the Congress Working Committee led by Sharad Pawar questioned her foreign origin and posed her as a liability, Sonia Gandhi resigned as the party president. Rahul Gandhi is soon to succeed his mother Sonia Gandhi as the Congress president. She has held the post of Congress President since 1998 and has been a Lok Sabha MP since 1999. Lire la suite »

Dead After Crash on I-270 in Montgomery County


He requested assistance and used his auto to block the damaged vehicle from oncoming traffic. Officials say the vehicle swerved to avoid hitting cars in the other lane and struck both officers. The driver of the auto traveling northbound was not injured. Pete Piringer, spokesman for the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service, said one of the victims was Sander Cohen, a lieutenant with the Rockville Volunteer Fire Department and a deputy chief with the Maryland State Fire Marshal's ... Lire la suite »

PM inaugurates LNG power plant in Jhang


Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Minister for Power Awais Khan Leghari and Minister of State for Power Chaudhry Abid Sher Ali accompanied the prime minister as they earlier unveiled the plaque to launch work on the project that would complete in two phases. Lire la suite »

Palestinian UN Ambassador Files Complaint against United States over Jerusalem


The Palestinians" refusal to meet with the vice president comes a day after President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Democrat slams Donald Trump Jr. for "serious case of amnesia' after testimony Skier Lindsey Vonn: I don't want to represent Trump at Olympics Poll: 4 in 10 Republicans think senior Trump advisers had improper dealings with Russia MORE announced that the US would recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel - a controversial decision that drew immediate criticism from ... Lire la suite »

Noida double murder: cops detain teen


The mother had seven stab wounds on her head and her daughter had five, said media reports. The teen, according to the police, attacked his mother and sister with a bat and then used a pair of scissors and a pizza cutter to kill them. He also left the weapons behind, as per the statement. The boy was weak in studies and was pulled up for his poor performance. He took Rs 2 lakh cash and his mother's mobile phone from the house before taking a cab from the residential society's gate for the ... Lire la suite »

Nadine Morano, personnalité politique la moins appréciée des Français

Avec ses sorties médiatiques, l'eurodéputée LR Nadine Morano est loin de faire l'unanimité. Son prédécesseur, Manuel Valls recule à la troisième place, malgré les multiples polémiques dans lesquelles il est cité ces dernières semaines. Ou si vous préférez une vision positive des choses, elle a remporté le podium des personnalités politiques les moins aimées des Français, devant Marine Le Pen et Manuel Valls . Lire la suite »

Beckton and Walters will join Frost in Lincoln


The Sentinel cited an anonymous source that said Beckton preferred the clarity of Frost's staff to the uncertainty at UCF, where Josh Heupel was just hired as head coach. Beckton is a member of UCF's Hall of Fame with almost 2,500 yards receiving as a collegian. Sean Beckton - UCF's tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator - is headed to NU to work for Frost. Lire la suite »

Canning Vale woman faces court charged with murdering Baldivis teen


THE 20-year-old woman accused of murdering teenager Jacob Cummins and attempting to murder four of his mates in Canning Vale last Thursday faces Christmas and all of January behind bars, awaiting trial. Ms Hishmeh appeared unable to stand on her own as she was led out of the court room, still sobbing, by two guards. No bail application was made but Ms Hishmeh was told it was her right to apply for bail in the Supreme Court at any stage. Lire la suite »