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Trump willing to 'make peace' with Pyongyang


New President Moon Jae In, who campaigned on a more moderate approach to the North, is seeking a two-track policy involving sanctions and dialogue with its reclusive neighbour to rein in its nuclear and missile programmes. United States rocket scientists have said that the missile launched by North Korea on Monday showed considerable progress the country made towards developing an intercontinental ballistic missile which can reach America. Lire la suite »

Moors murderer Ian Brady dies aged 79

Britain's notorious child killer "Moors Murderer" Ian Brady, who tortured and murdered five children with his lover Myra Hindley in the 1960s, has died after spending more than five decades behind bars. "He did go to the moors a long time ago and I suspect that if there had been information for him that he could have provided, he would have provided it then", Makin said. Lire la suite »

Congressman Calls For Trump's Impeachment; Says 'Democracy At Risk'


Trump's disclosure of the information threatened to fray that partnership and piled pressure on the White House to explain the apparently on-the-spot decision to reveal the information to Russian diplomats in the Oval Office. Jonathan Turley, a law professor at George Washington University, said Trump would have some lines of defence. "That doesn't mean that the question was not wildly improper, and frankly, would border on the moronic". Lire la suite »

Former FBI chief Mueller appointed to probe Trump-Russia ties

Another Democratic senator, Dick Durbin, said he had confidence that Mueller , who is widely respected among USA lawmakers, will follow the facts where they lead. Rosenstein acknowledged as much, saying in a statement Wednesday that the "public interest requires me to place this investigation under the authority of a person who exercises a degree of independence from the normal chain of command". Lire la suite »

Trump Gives Commencement Speech Amid Fallout Over Comey Memo, Intel Sharing


Mark Warner, D-Virginia, sent a letter Wednesday asking Comey to testify before the committee in both open and closed sessions. The committee also requested that Andrew McCabe, the acting F.B.I. The president also released a statement on the matter via the White House shortly after Rosenstein's selection had been announced . Ryan noted the oversight committee has requested Comey's apparent memo. Lire la suite »

US Treasury Issues New Sanctions Aimed At Iranian Missile Program

According to the LA Times , this strategy is a follow-on from the Obama administration's policy of sticking by the nuclear agreement whilst punishing the Iranian Regime for its ballistic missile programme and its support for terrorism. Trump also announced late Wednesday that the US didn't intend to limit Iran's ability to sell oil. Whether or not that moderation continues or not remains to be seen, but for the time being the fact that Trump hasn't'really done anything insane in the foreign ... Lire la suite »

Lafayette police hold annual memorial ceremonies for National Police Week


The City of Erie, and Erie County Fraternal Order of Police organized it. - Twelve law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in St. Lucie County were remembered Thursday in a memorial service during National Police Week . I am confident the six pieces of legislation that will be voted on this week will provide USA law enforcement with the federal resources and support they need to continue keeping us safe". Lire la suite »

What's at stake in Trump's push to rewrite NAFTA

Lighthizer said this would allow talks over NAFTA to begin by mid-August. NAFTA took on a starring role during the election campaign past year, with Trump promising voters to either throw it out or renegotiate a deal he claims sent millions of USA manufacturing jobs to Mexico. Lire la suite »

'No, no. Next question': Trump rejects collusion & Comey's claims


Press leaks, including to Fox News, later established that Comey had written a memo to himself detailing at least one encounter with Trump where the president had suggested he would like to see any investigation of Flynn ended. "Russia's fine", Trump said. Asked about possible obstruction of justice, Republican House of Representatives speaker Paul Ryan told reporters the special counsel would "follow the facts where ever they may lead" and that "it is premature to prejudge anything at ... Lire la suite »

Trump claims 'witch hunt'; GOP puts hope in special counsel

Graham said that the nature of Mueller's investigation has hurt the Senate's ability to call witnesses in their counter-intelligence probe. Rosenstein told lawmakers he didn't want to infringe on newly appointed special counsel Robert Mueller, whom Rosenstein named this week to lead the probe of possible Trump campaign ties to Russian Federation. Lire la suite »

Sikh stabbed to death in United States for refusing to sell cigarettes


Jagjeet Singh refused to sell cigarettes. As per reports, a 32-year-old Sikh man, Jagjeet Singh, was stabbed to death outside a grocery store in California on Friday. "It's just a very sad situation what happened to him because nobody deserves that over something so small", Rodriguez said. Swaraj also said, in response to Captain Amarinder's concern over the killing of yet another Sikh youth in a suspected hate crime case in the USA, that she had spoken to the Indian ambassador in ... Lire la suite »

Beloved pet dog stabbed to death in front of owner


Police have charged a 37-year-old man from Mirrabooka after the stabbing death of a pet Labrador in a Mirrabooka park on Wednesday in full view of its owner. Luna bled out in her arms. Bridgette took the dog to a veterinary hospital but the dog could not be saved. "I just can't imagine what could have possibly been going through his head", she said. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump peut-il être destitué — Limogeage au FBI

La Maison-Blanche a démenti ces allégations. Cette spécialiste de l'histoire des démocraties et des dictatures en Europe analyse les décisions et déclarations de Donald Trump depuis sa récente décision de limoger James Comey , le directeur du FBI, dont les services mènent une enquête sur la nature des liens présumés entre l'entourage du président républicain et la Russie durant la campagne et depuis son investiture. Lire la suite »

Vehicle ploughs into pedestrians in 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. After hitting her at full speed, the auto continued to drive down the sidewalk until it collided with several more people at 7th and 45th. The results of the alcohol test are unknown at this time . Lire la suite »

Two Dead After Tornado Rips Through Wisconsin And Oklahoma On Tuesday


Fitzgerald says they lifted walls off people who were trapped. A tornado destroyed homes in a western Oklahoma subdivision and killed a man who was trying to flee to safety. Risenhoover estimated that about 20 to 30 Elk City area-homes and businesses were damaged and said that crews were out overnight to help residents. Lire la suite »

X-ray services at Basingstoke hit by cyber attack

Such programs stop users from accessing their files until they make a payment in Bitcoin. - How many countries were affected? The latest number of victims is more than 200,000. The attack is unique, according to Wainwright, because it combines ransomware with a worm function, meaning once one machine is infected, the entire internal network is scanned and other vulnerable machines are infected. Lire la suite »

Mixture of old and new faces in Macron's first government

Macron and his Prime Minister Philippe Edouard named Bruno Le Maire from the right-wing Republicans party as the minister for economy. Macron appointed to health minister Agnes Buzyn, a physician born to a Polish Jewish couple. He is also a member of the mainstream-right Republicans party that was badly battered by Mr Macron's victory in the presidential campaign. However many suggested it may have been because of disagreements with his PM Edouard Philippe. Lire la suite »

Trump denies asking Comey to end Flynn investigation


He also bemoaned the probe as "the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history". "That's what I want to be focused on, because there's no collusion. But once again Trump went into deep denial that he had ever said any such thing to Comey. Trump said he acted because Comey, who had been overseeing the Russian Federation investigation, "wasn't doing a good job" leading the agency, calling him a "showboat" and a "grandstander". Lire la suite »

No Aussies hurt in Times Square rampage


Witnesses said the motorist mounted the sidewalk in a burgundy Honda sedan and sped along for more than three city blocks, knocking people over before the auto hit a pole and came to rest at 45th Street and Broadway in Midtown Manhattan. "He got out of the auto and he just started running until people tackled him down", Lowe said. "Two of the people I saw that were really hurt, people were beside them. Lire la suite »

North Korea developing nuclear warheads faster than expected


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. But bilateral relations plunged to their lowest level in many years after Seoul's announcement last summer that it would host the U.S. Terminal High Altitude Area Defense missile system, or THAAD . Lire la suite »