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Arab coalition to keep main Yemen port open despite missile attack


There were no reports of any damage or casualties. The coalition had said came under heavy worldwide criticism, leading to the blockade being eased. The Houthis, who are allied with Saudi Arabia's rival, Iran, have forced into exile the Saudi-backed and internationally recognized government of President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi. Lire la suite »

JPMorgan Rebuked by Swiss Regulator Over Dealings With 1MDB


Authorities in several countries as still investigating the complex deals involving the Malaysian fund and other entities. While JP Morgan Chase's Swiss unit has escaped fines, FINMA said Thursday it will now conduct an in-depth review of the bank's anti-money laundering systems. Lire la suite »

Turkey training camp and friendly set for Boys in Green


It is first of two away friendlies confirmed for the Republic next year, with Martin O'Neill's team also playing France at the Stade de France on 28 May. Ireland next competitive games will be in the Autumn when the Nations League kicks off - with the draw for that competition due to take place next month - but qualifying proper for the 2020 European Championships will not get under way until the start of 2019. Lire la suite »

La vidéo d'un tigre malmené pour des selfies provoque l'indignation


Depuis la mise en ligne de cette vidéo vue plus d'un million de fois depuis lundi, de nombreuses voix s'élèvent contre ces pratiques envers les animaux. " Ce tigre reçoit de petits coups toute la journée, des centaines chaque jour pour qu'il rugisse sur la photo des touristes ", écrit Edwin Wiek, qui a filmé la vidéo et l'a postée sur Facebook. Lire la suite »

Congress Sends Tax Bill to the White House


The bill passed the House a second time 224-201, with no Democrats backing it and a dozen House GOP members voting no. It remained unpopular, even after health coverage was extended to millions of people. Higher earners will get a larger break next year, an average of $50,000 apiece for the top 1 percent and $190,000 for the top 0.1 percent, the policy center's analysis found. Lire la suite »

Justice has won: MK Stalin, 2G Verdict row


Speaking to ET, TKS Elangovan, Rajya Sabha MP, said the verdict was a vindication of their stand for six years and that it would enthuse their cadre in the months to come. The First-Cum-First-Serve policy and the subsequent advancement of the deadline led to suspicions of favouritism with certain companies. Meanwhile, the DMK supporters have started celebrating in Coimbatore. Lire la suite »

Armed carjacking suspect surrenders after standoff near Florida Mall

Orange County sheriff's deputies said a woman was stopped at an intersection around 2:45 a.m. when the man approached her, demanded her auto and pointed a gun at her. The standoff ended peacefully when the man exited the vehicle around 8 a.m. and was arrested. No other details were released. This is a breaking-news update. Lire la suite »

Rand Paul Threatens to 'Filibuster' Extension of Surveillance Program


This power granted under Section 702 is set to expire at the end of this year. The bill, the report added, "strikes the appropriate balance between privacy and national security". "House leadership appears poised to repeat past mistakes and quickly push for a vote on this hastily drafted legislation without giving members of Congress or the public time to debate the important privacy interests at stake", the release said. Lire la suite »

Croatia End 2017 in TOP 20 — Latest FIFA Rankings


World champions Germany remain top of the year and are this FIFA's 'Team of the Year.' They have had yet another rewarding year as they secured qualification to the FIFA World Cup 2018 to be held in Moscow. December's ranking remained largely unchanged from that of November as just 41 "A" internationals were played since the previous edition, with the top teams barely involved. Lire la suite »

Jacinda Ardern unwraps her second Secret Santa gift


One lucky New Zealander received a surprise Christmas gift from prime minister Jacinda Ardern as part of a nationwide Secret Santa . In 2016, 8% of those involved were labeled as "Bad Santas", as they registered to receive gifts, but did not send any themselves. Lire la suite »

Le cas Kadyrov complique les relations entre Moscou et Washington


Washington accuse le gouvernement tchétchène d'être impliqué dans plusieurs disparitions et meurtres, et Kadyrov, d'avoir " ordonné " l'assassinat d'un de ses opposants politiques, après que ce dernier a dénoncé des tortures, notamment commises par le président tchétchène lui-même. Lire la suite »

Winter Weather Advisory for parts of WNY Friday

Snowfall on Christmas Day itself is actually kind of rare. "What's more uncertain is whether or not you're going to have any snow on Christmas ". While most of the precipitation with this feature should stay north of our area, it's possible a little light wintry mix of snow , sleet, and freezing rain works into at least portions of the Poconos. Lire la suite »

Australian Submarine That Vanished In WWI Located Off Papua New Guinea


HMAS AE-1 vanished off Rabaul, Papua New Guinea, in the Duke of York islands on September 14, 1914, less than three months after the start of World War I. "We will work closely with the Papua New Guinea Government in the coming weeks and months to consider a lasting commemoration in recognition of the crew, and, importantly, to preserve the site", she said. Lire la suite »

Google Assistant SDK expands hardware integration to Germany, Japan, and United Kingdom


Finally, the Google Assistant SDK now comes with a new Device Action feature, which allows developers to create "Actions" meant to control their SDK-based devices. A developer preview of the SDK is available today for everyone interested in tinkering with platforms such as the Raspberry Pi 3. Devices using the SDK can now be localized either with a street address or longitude and latitude coordinates. Lire la suite »

Samsung Galaxy J2 (2018) leaked in full ahead of official launch


It's hard not to cringe at the other rumored features either, including a quad-core Snapdragon 425 processor, 1.5GB RAM, 16GB internal storage space, 2600mAh battery capacity, and Android 7.1.1 Nougat software. Russian Federation will be among the first countries to get the phone, where the J2 is expected to retail at 8000 roubles ($124). The specs are not very enticing and the South Korean company will face a lot of competition from the budget phones from the Chinese smartphone makers in most ... Lire la suite »

Windows Store nixed Google Chrome 'app' hours after it went live


A Few days after Microsoft's confirmation that Apple iTunes will be coming to its Store in 2018, Google has brought its Chrome browser app in the Windows Store. "Chrome 64 is now scheduled to arrive on January 23 and Chrome 65 is slated to launch on March 6, suggesting Google will be turning on its browser's ad blocker remotely and possibly gradually for select users", Venture Beat reported late on Tuesday. Lire la suite »

UN Rights Chief Will Not Seek New Term 'In Current Geopolitical Context'

The letter presented a gloomy assessment of the state of human rights one year after President Donald Trump came to power on a platform that downgraded the importance of human rights in American foreign policy , and promoted the virtues of reintroducing torture as a tool to extract information from suspected terrorists and their families. Lire la suite »

Pakistan tries to "save face" on its India policy


Amidst US pressure to act against terror groups functioning from its soil and normalising relations with India, Pakistan seems to be seriously engaged in formulating its new policy. Taking notice of the details made public, Rabbani said that by disclosing the details of the proceedings the lawmakers had violated the sanctity of the upper house as Rule 225 prohibits the publicity of an in camera session. Lire la suite »

Top court: Uber should be regulated like a taxi company


The ruling added: "As EU law now stands, it is for the member states to regulate the conditions under which such services are to be provided in conformity with the general rules of the treaty on the functioning of the EU". The complaint contended that it was unfair for Uber not to follow the same rules as taxi companies while operating in the city. Instead, it ruled that the company should be classified as a transportation service - and that it needs to be regulated like one. Lire la suite »