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South Korea prepares for summit with United States - ministry


North Korea launched Sunday what appeared to be its longest-range ballistic missile yet, saying it was capable of carrying a "heavy nuclear warhead" in a test aimed at bringing the U.S. And the launch was made as a warning aimed at the USA who have made their presence known by sending warship Carl Vinson into North Korean waters. "Since Moon has others to deal with now that he's president, there will probably be some differences with what he said as a candidate". Read More »

Len McCluskey 'confident' that opinion polls will start to turn for Labour

Labour said it would improve "engagement and dialogue" with the devolved administrations and would seek to ensure the final Brexit deal addressed "specific concerns". "It will mean that Theresa May will have had an election, will have increased her majority but not dramatically". I'm full optimism for what Labour can achieve'. Read More »

Macky Sall quitte Dakar en fin de soirée à destination de Riyad


TRUMP, au Sommet historique arabo-islamique et américain prévu à Riyad en Arabie Saoudite, le dimanche 21 mai 2017. Ce sommet sera l'occasion de réfléchir sur la problématique de l'extrémisme violent. La pose de la première pierre d'un Centre international de lutte contre la pensée extrémiste, initié et financé par l'Arabie saoudite, est prévue à cet effet. Read More »

Worldwide effort set to keep Trump happy on 1st trip overseas

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster added to the alarm by refusing to declare the Western Wall a part of Israel. "This is as much a sign of Saudi regional leadership" as of USA assertiveness, and aims to show the extent to which the kingdom can gather key Muslim leaders, said Adam Baron, a visiting fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations. Read More »

Trump Knew Michael Flynn Was Under Investigation Before He Started The Job


In a letter to FBI acting director Andrew McCabe, Mr Chaffetz cited a report from the "New York Times " stating that Mr Comey's memo "describes a conversation in which the president referenced the FBI investigation. The federal investigation into Flynn has escalated in recent weeks, with the Justice Department subpoenaing his financial records to clarify the nature and extent of his consulting work on behalf of foreign governments. Read More »

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Update 1.1 removes "up yours" gesture and more


But the difference between " Mario Kart " and IndyCar, for example, is that "Mario Kart's" governing body is taking a stand against offensive gestures, even though it's the reason they exist in the first place. The full patch notes are detailed below. "Worldwide" and "Regional" modes add players to Mirror and 200cc matches less often . 5. Opponents' names are displayed in the rear view mirror view in online matches . Read More »

Nuclear Crisis: Trump gives condition for N/Korea talk


In regard to the question of renegotiating the South Korea-US Free Trade Agreement, which US President Donald Trump has mentioned previously, Hong said that "That's an issue we don't need to bring up unless the US brings it up first". Moon made his comments hours after South Korea, which hosts 28,500 US troops, said it wanted to reopen a channel of dialogue with North Korea as Moon seeks a two-track policy, involving sanctions and talks, to try to rein in its neighbor. Read More »

Wednesday weather: Mostly cloudy, with highs around 61


There is a 30 percent chance for rain , mostly after 5 p.m. Calm will return Wednesday , with a sunny day predicted, and highs in the 70s. Winds will blow in from the southwest between 10 and 15 miles per hour, with gusts to 25 miles per hour. Read More »

Cyber attack: 200000 victims hit in 150 countries

European countries, including Russian Federation, were among the worst hit. Associated Press writer Sylvia Hui reported this story in London and AP writer Christopher S. Update your antivirus software. Lawrence Abrams of BleepingComputer.com in NY says many organizations don't install security upgrades because they're anxious about triggering bugs, or they can't afford the downtime. Read More »

France: la passation de pouvoir Hollande-Macron sous haute surveillance

Les 21 coups de canon sont tirés. François Hollande a salué le Parti socialiste: " Sans vous, je n'aurais jamais eu la chance de gouverner la France " a-t-il lancé à la foule. Le président de la République a cédé la place à son successeur, Emmanuel Macron , ce dimanche matin. La victoire d'Emmanuel Macron , un défenseur du marché et ex-banquier d'investissement, a constitué un soulagement pour le marché et les partisans de l'ouverture économique et des liens européens plus étroits. Read More »

Le procès en incompétence de Donald Trump prend de l'ampleur

Une image représentant la Maison Blanche laissant progressivement la place au Kremlin. Après les soupçons d'intervention de la Russie lors de la dernière campagne présidentielle aux États-Unis, le comportement de Donald Trump depuis son investiture alimente encore davantage le doute quant aux relations exactes entre son administration et la Russie. Read More »

Tornadoes touch down in Oklahoma, Texas no injuries reported


Severe storms are likely throughout Kansas and Oklahoma . The county plans to open a volunteer reception center on Friday to coordinate trailer park clean up efforts. A strong area of rotation within a thunderstorm was detected on radar in Southeast Polk County, Wis., around 4:40 p.m. Monday and then moved into Barron County, the National Weather Service said. Read More »

Senate investigators want to know what Comey does about Trump

We don't yet know how straight the line is from the FBI's investigation to Comey's dismissal, though Trump did indicate last week that the Russian Federation investigation played a role in his decision. While that alone raised many, many eyebrows, the allegation that Trump pressured Comey to ease up on Flynn is, as the New York Times described it, "the clearest evidence that the president has tried to directly influence the Justice Department and F.B.I. Read More »

Putin Plays The Piano, With Perhaps Unintentional Undertones


Russian President Vladimir Putin said that U.S. special services were responsible for recent cyberattacks with the use of WannaCry virus that paralyzed computers in 150 countries. "That's why we consider ourselves right to keep working contacts with them, if nothing else then to prevent possible clashes and risks to our service members", he said. Read More »

Bill O'Reilly pays tribute to Ailes on podcast


Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is adding his voice to those mourning Fox News Channel founder Roger Ailes. He wasn't ideal, but Roger Ailes was my friend & I loved him. Jeffrey Jones, director of journalism's Peabody Awards, said "no one had done more harm to American democracy in the last generation". " Roger Ailes founded one of the most important and successful media outlets in American history". Read More »

Car Driven Through Times Square Crowd Kills One, Injures 23


Police say a 26-year-old U.S. Navy veteran with two prior arrests for driving while intoxicated has been taken in custody after his vehicle plowed into 23 pedestrians in Times Square, killing one of them. Police and fire officials closed off an area of several blocks. The scene in Times Square, where a auto crashed into pedestrians on May 18, 2017. Read More »

US Treasury slaps sanctions on 8 Venezuela court justices

Venezuela's Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez took to Twitter to reject the US-imposed measures, calling them "outrageous and unacceptable". On Wednesday, the U.N. The executive order issued Thursday marked the second time the USA has sanctioned leaders of Venezuela's socialist government since Donald Trump became president this year. Read More »

Times Square crash suspect court-martialed

The crash killed one person and injured up to 20 others, the Fire Department of NY confirmed. The US Navy said Rojas served from September 2011 to May 2014, reaching the rank of electrician's mate fireman apprentice. The New York Times reported that the driver arrested in connection with Thursday's incident is a 26-year-old man who has a history of drunken driving arrests. Read More »

Venezuelans clog roads in new anti-government protests

At least two people have died in renewed clashes between protesters and police in Venezuela . Diego Hernandez, 33, and Luis Alviarez, 18, were killed in separate demonstrations, officials said. Former presidential candidate Henrique Capriles said the opposition would take its protests "to another stage" as Maduro continues his push to rewrite the nation's constitution. Read More »

Trump Delivers Commencement Address At Liberty U


He appointed a conservative, strict constructionist, pro-life justice to the Supreme Court. In spite of all that praise, there were protests at Liberty University, and at least one boo. "It's called the road less traveled."... "I have gotten to know him well over the last few years and have come to admire him for those traits". "Since his election I've noticed a new hope and a new optimism sweeping this country", Falwell said. Read More »

Lieberman Shouldn't Be FBI Director

Lieberman served as CT state attorney general for six years, ending in 1989, but otherwise has held political office. A former chairman of the News, Lieberman ran for vice president alongside former Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore in the 2000 election, becoming the first Jewish candidate on a major American political party's presidential ticket. Read More »

Senate Intelligence Committee leaders demand Comey's notes

FBI Director James Comey during the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing on Russian actions during the 2016 election campaign, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, March 20, 2017. According to the story, Comey documented the conversation in memos. Comey writes that he replied to the president: "I agree he is a good guy". It asked acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe to hand over any notes Comey has of conversations between the White House and Justice Department officials ... Read More »