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Injury scare could end Craig Overton's Ashes


But I'm wanting to play every game, ' he admitted. "It's a hairline fracture at the minute", Overton said. That's why I was making sure I didn't dive on it too much, because then it would break properly and be a lot worse. "The draw of playing in that game will be absolutely massive", said Overton. "That's one thing we're trying to develop a little bit, and I am as well - to get that little bit quicker". Lire la suite »

Richmond police sergeant arrested in SF hotel standoff


He was a nine year veteran who worked out of Park Police Station. They had not secured a warrant for Cacatian's arrest, but informed San Francisco police officials about the case sometime after December 11, Meltzer said. San Francisco police officials would not discuss the shooting, but said investigators were in Richmond "regarding an investigation that involved multiple jurisdictions". Lire la suite »

Aussie man arrested in Bali on drug charge


Dressed in orange prison garb with his face covered by a balaclava, Isaac Emmanuel Roberts was presented to the media on Tuesday, along with two men from Malaysia and the United States arrested over separate allegations. I wasn't going to sell it to anyone here. Roberts reportedly faces charges of importing more than five grams of drugs under article 113, which carries a maximum punishment of death and a minimum of five years jail. Lire la suite »

Facebook is introducing new tools to help curb harassment

The social network uses IP addresses and other signals to identify if John Smith created a fake account. It will bock millions of them every day. Now, that should be a little more hard because the site will use a number of different signals including IP addresses to recognize new accounts from previously blocked individuals and prevent them from messaging or sending a friend request to the person who blocked them. Lire la suite »

Judge sentences cop killer to life in prison


You killed a man for no reason'. The young officer, who was also the son, nephew and cousin of cops, and his partner were in street clothes in an unmarked auto on May 2, 2015 when they tried to question Blackwell, who was suspected of carrying a handgun. Lire la suite »

Microsoft files patent for foldable dual-screen notebook

Could this be the foldable Surface that has been rumored throughout the year ? The hinge serves a few different purposes besides giving this device a clamshell design. OK, before we get into full on "witch-hunt" mode, let's get some facts out in the open, namely that Windows Phone is officially dead . Remember: just because we see a patent , it isn't necessarily indicative of a work-in-progress product. Lire la suite »

Ta-Nehisi Coates deletes his Twitter account amidst debate with Cornel West


Coates has achieved wide acclaim in recent years for his searing essays and reports about the ongoing effects of white supremacy on the African-American population. Eventually, he noted that white nationalist Richard Spencer embraced West's opinion, retweeting this tweet . Others expressed dismay that many Twitter users were focused on what writer and sociologist Eve Ewing described as "some dudes being mad at each other", rather than deeper issues. Lire la suite »

Sydney man charged for allegedly flying to Syria to fight


It is the first time a person in Australia has been charged with the offence, which carries a maximum penalty of life in prison. He was charged later that day "with incursion into foreign countries with the intention of engaging in hostile activities", the Australian Federal Police and New South Wales Police Force said in a joint media release. Lire la suite »

Rome mourns early death of Christmas tree 'Baldy'


It hurts even to look at this Christmas tree, ' and used an Italian term suggesting it looked like a plucked chicken. Rome's official Christmas tree, set up in the centre of Piazza Venezia, was shedding its needles today. Almost 50,000 euros (59,000 USD) was spent to transport the already sickly tree to Rome from a forest near the Austrian border some 700 km (434.96 miles) away. Lire la suite »

NEW POLL: Wynne least popular Canadian premier


Premier Brian Pallister is a hair less popular than he was early this fall, but his approval rating has taken a significant hit compared to this time previous year, a new poll suggests. And though she's risen eight percentage points since March , Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne ranked least popular (20 per cent) in the new poll. The results come from an online survey conducted between September 5- 19, 2017, among a representative random sample of 5,466 Canadian adults who are part of the ... Lire la suite »

Non fondées, concluent les enquêteurs — Allégations d'Yves Francoeur

Il ajoutait même que l'un d'eux était toujours élu à l'Assemblée nationale, membre du gouvernement. La police provinciale précise toutefois qu'elle ne " blanchit " pas le député et l'ex-député visés par les allégations - l'actuel leader parlementaire libéral Jean-Marc Fournier et l'ancien ministre libéral des Finances Raymond Bachand, qui ne siège plus à l'Assemblée nationale. Lire la suite »

Les grands axes ferroviaires desservis, ce mardi matin — Manifestation à Bruxelles


Entre Bruxelles et Namur, 70% des trains roulent vers 15h00, précise le porte-parole. Sur les lignes Mons-Bruxelles et Tournai-Bruxelles, un train sur deux circule. Le front commun syndical s'oppose au " démantèlement de nos pensions et (à) la précarité qui touche les pensionnés ". La zone de police de Bruxelles-Capitale/Ixelles a compté quelque 25.000 personnes mardi manifestant dans les rues de Bruxelles contre la réforme des pensions initiée par le gouvernement fédéral, annonce-t-elle ... Lire la suite »

Australian government points finger at North Korea over WannaCry


Democratic lawmakers criticized the disparity in the administration's response to Russian hacking in the 2016 election and its reaction to North Korea's cyber activities. "We've got analysts all over the world but also deep and experienced analysts within our intelligence community that looked at not only the operational infrastructure but also the tradecraft and the routine and the behaviors we have seen in the past attacks", Tom Bossert, a U.S. Lire la suite »

Collins: Coverage of tax bill support 'unbelievably sexist'


Collins on Tuesday criticized what she called "unbelievably sexist" press coverage. "They've ignored everything that I've gotten, and there have been stories after stories about how I've been duped", she said. Three protesters were arrested by a federal official at Collins' Bangor office and later released. Collins said she supports the legislation because it'll grow the economy and includes amendments she proposed. Lire la suite »

Deputy shot near Stockton, suspect in custody


WALA-TV reports that Mack says Bullin threw a woman out of a auto and off of a bridge. Walker was hit in the face and upper torso and rushed to USA Medical Center in Mobile. Investigators said Bullin barricaded himself in the home after shooting the deputy. A standoff then began with the suspect, with SWAT teams being called in. Lire la suite »

11 touristes, dont plusieurs étrangers, tués dans un accident de car — Mexique

Un porte-parole de l'État du Quintana Roo a dit qu'au moins sept Américains et deux Suédois ont été blessés. Les nationalités des personnes décédées n'ont pas été dévoilées. Les victimes effectuaient un voyage à bord de deux bateaux de croisière de la compagnie Royal Caribbean, le Celebrity Equinox et le Serenade of Seas, et se rendaient en autocar sur la zone archéologique de Chacchoben, selon un communiqué de compagnie. Lire la suite »

British PM speaks with Trump for first time since their twitter dispute


The White House defended the tweets and Trump hit back against May, tweeting "don't focus on me, focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom". bringing forward new proposals for peace and the worldwide community supporting these efforts". In a summary of Tuesday's phone call, Downing Street said the two leaders had covered a range of issues, including the humanitarian situation in Yemen amid the continuing conflict in the country. Lire la suite »

Shots fired in 'disturbance' at United Kingdom base used by US Air Force


The man, who suffered cuts and bruises in the incident, has been taken into custody. A National Police Air Service's helicopter was also called to the base. Police and officials at the air base declined to comment on the reports. A spokesman from the base's public affairs office confirmed it had been locked down, but that the lockdown had been lifted shortly after 2.30pm. Lire la suite »

Teacher sent nude photos to teen she met playing Xbox, police say


She said the boy pretended to be 19 during their conversations, which initially took place over the Xbox One and then using text and video chat on their cellphones. The boys mother came across the conversations while checking her sons phone and contacted Dunlap to tell her he was only 15. She was still being held at Polk County jail on Tuesday, according to arrest records. Lire la suite »

Heavy rain overnight, possible severe storms Wednesday morning


Expect scattered showers today with increasing storm chances for Wednesday , according to the weather service in Birmingham. New snow accumulation of less than one inch. Temperatures may only be in the mid to low 50s by the afternoon. Sunday night: Mostly cloudy, low around 5. This will likely produce more clouds and a few showers Saturday night. Lire la suite »