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Ce qu'elle pense de Brigitte Macron en Première dame — Carla Sarkozy


Capture YouTube Carla Bruni est de retour en musique. "Je l'ai enregistrée parce que c'est une super chanson, répond Carla Bruni ". D'ailleurs, lors d'un long entretien publié sur le site du magazine américain Billboard , elle a répondu sans équivoque à la question du journaliste: "La vie élyséenne vous manque-t-elle?" par un franc " Oh mon dieu, pas du tout! ". Read More »

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

L'affaire tombe particulièrement mal alors que Trump est soupçonné d'avoir congédié le directeur du FBI pour entraver l'enquête sur ses relations avec Moscou durant la campagne présidentielle. Des fissures commençaient à apparaître dans la digue républicaine. Son périmètre d'investigations inclut "tout lien et/ou coordination entre le gouvernement russe et des individus associés à la campagne du président Donald Trump ", mais aussi "tout sujet" découlant de ces investigations, ce qui lui ... Read More »

La robe d'une ministre qui fait polémique — Cannes


Le gouvernement israélien a vivement dénoncé cette résolution, la considérant comme la remise en cause du lien historique entre les juifs et la ville et de la souveraineté israélienne sur celle-ci. Dans un post Facebook, un internaute incruste sur le vêtement de la ministre de la Culture la scène d'Independance Day montrant une invasion d'aliens. Read More »

Trump, procès en incompétence — Etats-Unis

Mais le haut responsable s'est refusé, selon plusieurs élus, à commenter le fond de l'enquête, qui est désormais entre les mains de M. Mueller. Il est important de rappeler que l'Union Européenne cherche à interdire, à son tour, l'utilisation des ordinateurs et des téléphones durant le vol. Read More »

Trump reportedly asked Comey to consider imprisoning members of the press


The newspaper also reported that another associate said the notes of the January dinner conversation contained very nuanced quotes from the president, and a high level of detail. Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) told reporters there should be a special counsel only "if" the committees in the Senate and House investigating Russian Federation "cannot get to answers". Read More »

Trump slams probe into him as "single greatest witch hunt"


US stocks rose as upbeat economic data emboldened investors to return to the market on Thursday, a day after Wall Street saw its worst selloff in eight months on worries that the political turmoil could sideline Trump initiatives such as tax cuts that investors see as favouring economic growth. Read More »

Brazilian President Says He Won't Resign Over Hush Money Allegations


He had served three times as speaker of the lower house of Congress and been president of the PMDB for 15 years. Temer's office denied anything illegal took place in a written statement late Wednesday. The recordings were allegedly made by Joesley Batista, the owner of JBS - Brazil's largest producer and exporter of meat. Last year, Temer took over as president after the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff in a ruction attributed to the then-powerful Cunha. Read More »

Times Square crash driver who killed tourist 'heard voices'


An 18-year-old MI tourist was killed and 22 other pedestrians at the popular tourist site were injured on Thursday when a former member of the US Navy with a history of drink driving, Richard Rojas, allegedly mowed down random people for three blocks in his speeding auto. Read More »

UK's Liberal Democrats promise new Brexit vote if elected

Ms Swinson, who was the Liberal Democrat business minister in the coalition government before losing her seat two years ago, said hers was the only party campaigning to stay in both the United Kingdom and European Union single markets. "From increasing taxes to borrowing more - from putting our security at risk to scrapping Trident - these policies are an echo of Corbyn's manifesto we saw earlier this week". Read More »

UN Court Orders Pakistan Not To Execute Indian Spy

A senior official told The Express Tribune that India had been successful in managing the ICJ's registrar office, which has vast powers to fix cases before the court. Responding to a question, Rohatgi asserted that the ICJ's interim verdict on Thursday was binding on both India and Pakistan. Pakistan, on its part, told the ICJ that the provisions of Vienna Convention on consular access were not applicable for a "spy". Read More »

Trump decries 'single greatest witch hunt' in US history


Mueller, and I commend him for putting our country and justice system first ", Rep. Elijah Cummings, a Baltimore Democrat and the ranking member on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, said in a statement . Trump has consistently rejected any suggestion of collusion between his camp and Moscow as "fake news" and complained in a speech Wednesday that he had been treated "more unfairly" than any U.S. Read More »

Over 60 electoral 'violations' in run-up to Iran vote: judiciary

However, Hashemitaba did not say if he is going to withdraw from the presidential race. After the wildcard candidacy of hardline ex-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was on April 20 struck down by Iran's Guardian Council, analysts had anticipated a clear head to head between centrist incumbent Hassan Rouhani and religious judge Ebrahim Raisi, seen by some analysts as odds-on favourite to succeed 77-year-old Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and as someone capable of galvanising ... Read More »

Statue of General Lee coming down in New Orleans on Friday

New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu is expected to give a speech marking the removal of the last of the four monuments on Friday afternoon. Although the equestrian statue has been removed, the base will not be removed at this time , said Deputy Mayor Ryan Berni. Read More »

Nicolas Hulot confirme la fermeture de la centrale nucléaire de Fessenheim


La clé du succès dans la nature est la diversité. Il est nécessaire de se retrouver sur l'essentiel. Il faut le placer au-dessus de la mêlée. Celui-ci s'est déjà rendu sur la ZAD et fait de ce projet un des symboles de son combat. "Ce qui est important est de faire baisser la part du nucléaire ". " Le nucléaire , qu'on soit pour ou contre, de toute façon on ne peut pas s'en passer demain matin, et moi je pars du principe que dans la transition énergétique, il faut planifier la ... Read More »

'No. No. Next question': Trump's terse Federal Bureau of Investigation denial

For them, it's the latest egregious example of mainstream media bias and of Washington insiders desperate to preserve their status taking revenge on the NY celebrity businessman. "The anti-Trump press believes it smells blood in the water", said Fox News commentator Sean Hannity, a staunch Trump supporter who accused the mainstream media of "hyperventilating breathlessness". Read More »

Venezuela opposition leader blocked from traveling to UN


Ambassador Nikki Haley said. The US has imposed new sanctions on Venezuelan officials for alleged human rights abuses. A passer-by was killed Wednesday at a protest against Venezuela's government of President Nicolas Maduro in the western state of Tachiram, local media reported. Read More »

US extends Iran nuclear sanctions relief

However since assuming the presidency, he has tempered his position, suggesting that he is studying the accord with an eye for its details, and that he is yet to reach a final position on its contents. Iran continues to pursue missile-related technologies capable of delivering a nuclear weapon. His first deadline fell this week, related to sanctions on oil purchases through the Iranian central bank - part of a 2012 law called the National Defence Authorisation Act - that must be waived ... Read More »

Nigerian University Rocked by Blasts, 1 Person Dead


At least one person was killed after two explosions at the University of Maiduguri in northern Nigeria. NAIJ.com earlier reported that a similar attack occurred at the institution when the attacker entered the university through the back gate with the aim of penetrating the school before being gunned down dead by a vigilant soldier. Read More »

President Trump: I Didn't Ask Comey to Drop The Flynn Investigation

During a joint appearance with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, Trump called the federal investigation into his campaign's possible ties to Russian officials who interfered in the USA election "ridiculous" and made a point of noting he got a "very very strong recommendation" from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein regarding Comey's termination. Read More »

Turkey Painting Itself Into a Corner in Syria


Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag voiced disappointment about what Turkey sees as the USA reluctance to extradite Fethullah Gulen, a Pennsylvania-based cleric accused by Erdogan of being the mastermind of last year's coup attempt. The United States has told Turkey that the YPG would not remain in the region after an operation on Syria's Raqqa, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on Friday. Read More »

Google unveils latest tech tricks as computers get smarter

Google's Assistant service is now available on the iPhone , a major milestone for the platform. Google had introduced rounded icons for the Pixel users in the past. This is a pretty neat feature that has many possibilities in the future. Home will be proactive, giving you notifications in advance for things like flight delays and traffic alerts. Read More »

Len McCluskey wrong to say Labour can not win election - Kezia Dugdale


His comments were dismissed by Labour's elections co-ordinator Andrew Gwynne, who said: "This is absolute rubbish from the Tories and yet another wholly cynical ploy to try and avoid scrutiny of their own spending plans". Mr McCluskey's prediction of 200 seats for Labour suggests a Tory majority of around 80. The actor, producer and director - who shot to fame with his role in TV's Taxi and classic drama One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - said the United Kingdom has "got the guy". Read More »

Trump visit seen as long shot to revive Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking


President Donald Trump has decided he will not announce plans to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem during his trip to Israel next week, two administration officials told CNN Wednesday. and Israel over the past week after an American diplomat told Israeli officials that the Western Wall was not part of Israel and not Israel's responsibility. Read More »