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N. Korea celebrates Hwasong-12 missile launch

A member of Hong's delegation, who requested anonymity, also quoted Tillerson as saying that the USA meant it when it said it seeks no regime change, no invasion of the North and it will guarantee the North's system. Moon Jae-in has said dialogue and pressure must be used to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula and stop the North's weapons pursuit. During the closed-door discussions with the United Nation Security Council, the ballistic missile launch by the North Korea was one of the main ... Read More »

Mélenchon donné en tête à Marseille, selon un sondage — Législatives

Le Parti socialiste a été déjà absorbé puisque ses élus et ses candidats par dizaines ont demandé l'investiture de Macron et nombre d'entre eux attendent d'être élus pour le rejoindre. Ne donnez pas les pleins pouvoirs à monsieur Macron. "Permettez qu'une alternative vive dans notre pays, regroupez-vous autour de nous. Que chacun de vos bulletins de votes soit comme un balai pour les dégager tous ", conclut-il. Read More »

Federal Bureau of Investigation director candidates paraded past reporters

Russian President Vladimir Putin has lashed out at USA politicians whipping up what he described as "anti-Russian sentiment" for being either "stupid" or "dangerous.". The president has suggested he hopes to name Comey's successor before he departs Friday for his first overseas trip as president. The Senate must confirm Trump's candidate for the job. Read More »

Several injured, 1 dead after speeding vehicle drives into Times Square


Police say he drove the wrong way on 7th Ave for a few blocks before swerving onto the sidewalk at 42nd street and accelerating through the crowd for 3 blocks. The law enforcement official said the driver was from the Bronx. Navy records show that Rojas enlisted in September 2011 and was based in IL and Florida, working as an electrician's mate fireman apprentice. Read More »

TURKEY: Govt wants US envoy in anti-ISIL coalition removed


McGurk was in northern Syria on Tuesday and Wednesday for talks with the leadership of the Syrian Democratic Forces, an alliance of Arab and Kurdish fighters, and the YPG, according to a source in the nascent Raqqa city civilian council. In April, the USA had criticized Turkish airstrikes against Kurdish militants in Syria and Iraq. Republicans are calling on the Trump administration to investigate whether criminal charges are warranted against any of the bodyguards. Read More »

President Trump to interview 4 candidates to lead FBI


Gore and Lieberman narrowly lost the disputed 2000 election to Republican George W. Bush, and the CT senator mounted his own unsuccessful bid for the Democratic nomination in 2004. Bush and Dick Cheney. Lieberman's selection as a vice presidential candidate was the first time a Jewish person was on a major party's presidential ticket. Read More »

Jeff Sessions Escalates Drug War and Urges Prosecutors to Seek Harsh Sentencing


But Sessions has said a spike in violence in some big cities shows the need for a return to tougher tactics. This is why we are so grateful to have an attorney general who rejects such cynical behavior. But Sessions said that tougher enforcement could "reverse that trend". Sessions, though, said it had "impaired the [Bureau of Prisons'] ability to meet the future needs of the federal correctional system" - hinting that he saw a very different future for putting people behind bars. Read More »

Trump lambasts 'witch hunt' after ex-FBI boss named Russian Federation probe chief

Tim Scott, R-S.C. "I do think that the special prosecutor provides a sense of calm and confidence perhaps for the American people, which is incredibly important". "I believe that's why we're having this investigation - to find out if in fact there was collusion". Rosenstein, the No. 2 Justice Department official, named Mueller amid mounting pressure in Congress for an independent investigation beyond existing FBI and congressional probes into the Russian Federation issue.Mueller's ... Read More »

Ian Brady, notorious British serial killer, dies at 79


He decided not to reveal the information, taking the location of Bennett's body to his grave. "[The police] were trying, I think, to implore Brady at this very late stage to pass on any information or documents to them so they could carry out a meaningful search of the moors", Bennett family lawyer John Ainley told "Good Morning Britain". Read More »

Korean officials meet in attempt to repair ties


The criticism followed South Korean President Moon Jae-in's unexpectedly tough response to the North's latest test-fire of a new kind of an intermediate-range ballistic missile, called the Hwasong-12, the first military provocation since Moon's inauguration. Read More »

Embattled, Trump laments 'witch hunt' as divisive and distracting

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Thursday told the U.S. Senate that he was aware of President Donald Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey before he wrote the president a memo saying he had lost confidence in the director, according to members who attended the briefing. Read More »

Un procureur spécial se chargera de l'enquête — Affaire Trump-Russie


Les révélations se sont en effet enchaînées depuis l'éviction brutale du patron du FBI James Comey par le locataire de la Maison Blanche. "C'est le plus grande exemple d'apitoiement sur soi-même de l'histoire américaine. Chaque jour apporte désormais son lot de détails et nouvelles révélations sur le comportement du président et de son entourage, avant et après l'élection, alimentant les comparaisons avec la montée en puissance de l'affaire du Watergate qui contraignit Richard Nixon à la ... Read More »

Trump affirme n'avoir jamais demandé au FBI de classer une enquête

La nomination du directeur du FBI de 2001 à 2013 sous George W. Bush puis Barack Obama vise à isoler les investigations du pouvoir politique, en réduisant au minimum la supervision du ministère de la Justice, tutelle du FBI qui enquête depuis l'été dernier dans cette affaire mêlant politique et espionnage. Read More »

Kerala, Chhattisgarh declare 'Sachin: A Billion Dreams' tax free


Sachin Tendulkar is arguably the most famous cricketer who has ever lived, but he has managed to keep his private life remarkably sheltered from the public eye. "We have got everything in it, I have revealed what was going on in my mind at the lowest point of my career", Sachin told CNN-News18. It is now learned that the Master Blaster wants to dedicate ' Sachin A Billion Dreams' to his father and brother. Read More »

Israelis on edge before Trump Visit


But on Israel , they may be feeding him the same myths that drove Obama to put pressure on the Jewish state rather than the Palestinians. Bloomberg first reported the President's decision. The Liberty Counsel is a nonprofit litigation, education and policy group "dedicated to advancing religious freedom". He does not believe the scandal will cause lasting damage to the "very intimate" security relationship between the United States and Israel, adding: "None of us in the Israeli ... Read More »

Sweden drops rape investigation involving WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange


Assange, 45, took refuge in Ecuador's embassy in London in 2012 to escape extradition to Sweden to answer questions about sex-crime allegations from two women. In a letter sent to the Swedish government on May 8, Ecuador condemned "the obvious lack of progress" in the investigation despite Assange's questioning in the presence of the Swedish prosecutor at the embassy in November 2016. Read More »

Le procès en incompétence de Donald Trump prend de l'ampleur — Etats-Unis

Mais le malaise monte et les parlementaires républicains, comme leurs collègues de l'opposition démocrate, réclament ouvertement la venue de James Comey devant le Congrès, pour une audition publique. "J'en ai marre des fuites et des insinuations". "Nous avons besoin des faits", a déclaré le président de la Chambre, Paul Ryan, appelant à garder la tête froide. Read More »

Trump interviews 4 candidates to post of FBI director


Trump responded, "He is". White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer confirmed that the Trump administration has been interviewing candidates to replace former FBI Director James Comey after his firing early last week. Trump criticized Comey for a recent performance testifying to Congress and said Comey's replacement is "going to be outstanding". Lieberman spent 24 years in the Senate, entering as a Democrat in 1989 and leaving as an Independent in 2013. Read More »

Rosenstein Tells Senate He Knew of Comey Firing Before He Wrote Memo

But Rubio differed with Graham on whether Mueller's investigation would hinder ongoing probes into the matter by the Senate and House intelligence committees. Two days later, in a May 11 interview with NBC, Trump contradicted his own spokesmen and said he'd chose to fire Comey "regardless of the recommendation" of Rosenstein. Read More »

ICJ has no jurisdiction over Pakistan's national matters: FO

Indian Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj tweeted , "The ICJ order has come as a great relief to the family of Kulbhushan Jadhav and people of India". The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has stayed the execution of Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav, who has been sentenced to death by a Pakistan military court on charges of espionage and subversive activities. Read More »