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Détournement de biens publics : Brice Hortefeux dans le collimateur de la justice


L'ancien ministre de l'Intérieur se trouve désormais dans le collimateur de la justice. Il serait soupçonné d'utiliser les services de ces deux fonctionnaires à des fins privées. En septembre, l'un des chauffeurs a déclaré 387 heures de conduite, soit le double de la normale. "[.] A 80%, les déplacements ne concernent que moi", avait alors indiqué Brice Hortefeux. Lire la suite »

Official Google Chrome for Windows 10 now available in Microsoft store


Google is bringing its Chrome browser to the Microsoft Store in Windows 10. You can download the app from the link given below. This is a freeware web browser developed by Google. It basically removes the need for you to open Internet Explorer (or Microsoft Edge) and manually go to the Chrome download page everytime you set up a new Windows 10 installation. Lire la suite »

Apple appoints veteran to revive sluggish India sales


As western markets - as well as, crucially, China - become increasingly saturated, Apple is trying to break through other countries like India, where the slower pace of technology adoption means its billion-plus citizens represent a huge untapped potential. Lire la suite »

UN Security Council to weigh resolution on Jerusalem

According to Reuters , it did not mention Trump or the usa but did express "deep regret at recent decisions concerning the status of Jerusalem ". She also said Trump had taken care to stay in line with previous U.N. Although Mideast peace talks have been stalled for years now, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says he will no longer accept the a mediator, using some of his harshest rhetoric since President Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Lire la suite »

'Don't Write Me Off Just Yet': Kangana Ranaut On Her Controversial Year


The makers are already facing issues with finalising the name and now Mental being one of the options, is still a dicey one as the title is already owned by Salman Khan Films. Entering the league of the likes of Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, banker Chanda Kochhar and more, who delivered speeches at the esteemed university, Kangana says she won't be dwelling on the cultural diversity and feudal systems that remain in India, instead will be bringing up a newer, positive agenda. Lire la suite »

Israeli forces detain 17-year-old Palestinian girl in overnight raid


The video of Ahed and the soldiers was widely used by Israeli media, which often accuses Palestinian protesters of seeking to provoke the army into responses which are then filmed. Mohammed was reportedly wounded during a weekly protest in the village of Nabi Salih where the Israeli military said more than 200 Palestinians threw stones. Lire la suite »

Washington accuse la Corée du Nord — Cyberattaque mondiale Wannacry


En mai 2017, il est utilisé lors d'une cyberattaque mondiale massive, touchant plus de 300 000 ordinateurs, dans plus de 150 pays, principalement en Inde, aux États-Unis et en Russie, et utilisant le système obsolète Windows XP12 et plus généralement toutes les versions antérieures à Windows 10 n'ayant pas effectué les mises à jour de sécurité, en particulier celle du 14 mars 2017 (bulletin de sécurité MS17-010). Lire la suite »

Bright Brings Will Smith to Netflix


Here's a synopsis: Set in an alternate present-day where humans, orcs, elves and fairies have been coexisting since the beginning of time, this action-thriller directed by David Ayer ( Suicide Squad , End of Watch , writer of Training Day) follows two cops from very different backgrounds. Lire la suite »

Life on Earth is 3.5 billion years old, confirms scientists

The researchers found that some of the specimens represented now-extinct bacteria and microbes from a domain of life called Archaea while others were similar to microbial species still alive today. While the study suggests the presence of primitive life forms throughout the universe, Schopf said the presence of more advanced life is less certain but certainly possible. Lire la suite »

Scientists Have Developed Glass That Heals Itself When You Press It Together


According to the academics, the glass is made from a low-weight polymer material called "polyether-thioureas", and can heal once it's been damaged. That might sound like it could be an unbelievable breakthrough when it comes to cracked screens but questions still remain if it would be as responsive as other phone screens out there and if under screen fingerprint sensors would work through this material. Lire la suite »

First official details of Amtrak train incident reveal possible reason for derailment


At least 50 people were hospitalized, more than a dozen with critical or serious injuries, authorities said. Thirteen of the train's 14 cars jumped the tracks, she said. "We came around the corner and it had to have just happened.there were no police there yet". "I'm still figuring that out. We've got cars everywhere and down onto the highway", he tells the dispatcher, who asks if everyone is OK. Lire la suite »

Trump Considered Pulling Gorsuch Nomination — WashPost


A new report suggests that President Trump once got so mad at Neil Gorsuch that he nearly decided against nominating the judge to the Supreme Court. White House spokesman Raj Shah disputed the report, telling WaPo that Trump never considered revoking support for Gorsuch. "Your address to Congress was magnificent", he wrote. Lire la suite »

Views sought on sex education content


It was announced earlier this year, the subject would be made compulsory in all schools in England. Hear the ad and find out more about the C card by clicking the image below. They are also more likely to report feeling safe, welcome and happy at school. "In order to help tackle high rates of STIs among young people and ensure that all young people have the information they need to make informed decisions about relationships, we must see a strong emphasis on neglected topics such as sexual ... Lire la suite »

Fired ballistic missile targeting Riyadh


There were no immediate reports of injuries and there has been no official statement from the Saudi government. According to United Nations, a total of 5558 civilians have been killed and 9,065 others injured in Yemen since March 2015. The war has killed over 10,000 Yemenis, mostly children, displaced 3 million, and triggered the world's most humanitarian catastrophe. Mr Saleh was killed by the rebels, known as Houthis, after apparently switching sides and turning against his former allies. Lire la suite »

Villeray: une femme périt dans l'incendie d'un immeuble


Une douzaine de locataires ont eu le temps d'évacuer leur logement à l'exception d'une femme de 88 ans qui habitait dans le logement situé au-dessus du commerce en flammes. La scène sera analysée en matinée. En début de journée, le SPVM signalait que pour fins d'enquête, la circulation automobile demeurerait interdite pour une période indéterminée sur le boulevard Saint-Laurent, dans les deux directions, entre les rues Jarry et de Liège. Lire la suite »

The GOP Tax Bill Vote Happens Tuesday. Here's What to Expect


Dropping the 39.6% tax rate on the highest current bracket down to 37% will have a massive impact on the federal budget, which leads to either big spending cuts, a huge deficit, or both. This bill is a mess of opaque provisions that nearly no one outside the ranks of tax lobbyists understands - because many of these giveaways were written or inspired by lobbyists themselves. Lire la suite »

Benjamin and Emma most popular baby names in Cambridge


The list of most popular baby names of the year are generated by Ontario's Ministry of Government and Consumer Services. While Olivia has held the girls' top spot since 2008. for all of Ontario", Malhi said. Sources of inspiration influencing this year's baby name trends are pop culture, royalty, television and movies, places and flowers. Lire la suite »

United States publicly blames North Korea for WannaCry cyberattack


Chan Han Choi, 59, has become the first person charged under Australia's Weapons of Mass Destruction Act. The spokesman said the matter had been referred to the AFP's security area for review. North Korea made it clear that it will not put its nuclear weapons and missiles on the negotiation table if the USA does not ditch its hostile policy toward Pyongyang. Lire la suite »

Two die as guests wake to blaze at luxury loch hotel


Around 20 firefighters remain at the scene as an investigation gets under way. Officers have described "extensive damage" to the five-star hotel, which dates back to the eighteenth century. Around 200 guests were evacuated during the ordeal. "One person was pronounced dead at the scene. My heart goes out to the loved ones of those who have died, and to all those affected". Lire la suite »