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Inflation rate drops for third consecutive month

The level of people in employment in the United Kingdom reached a new record high in the first quarter of the year as unemployment reached its lowest since 1975. Real wages take into account the effect of inflation on the purchasing power of the money in employees' pockets. Average weekly earnings including bonuses, meanwhile, climbed 2.4% in the first quarter, in line with forecast and slightly higher than the 2.3% gain recorded in the previous month. Read More »

You can now play with Windows 10's impressive Story Remix video editor

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The Microsoft Graph is an intelligent fabric that helps connect dots between people, conversations, projects, and content within the Microsoft Cloud - ensuring experiences flow seamlessly between Windows, iOS, and Android devices. Windows Story Remix , one of the new applications arriving with the Fall Creators Update, will use deep learning and artificial intelligence to let users organize and present their photos and videos in new ways. Read More »

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

The Trump administration has been hoping that the visits to Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy, the Vatican, and Brussels would help him reinforce close US ties with key allies, particularly in the Middle East. Having repeatedly condemned Saudi Arabia during his election campaign, the President has made no move to row back the US' friendly relationship with the Sunni Muslim autocracy. Read More »

Macron wins Merkel backing for bid to shake up Europe

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Macron said France was "the only country that has been unable to tackle mass unemployment in the last 20 years", and promised to fix it. The centrist president's first message had been that his ministers were "no longer confined by labels, and our political backgrounds won't stop us working intelligently for France", Castaner said. Read More »

New York Times Square crash: Driver arrested

The sole casualty of the Times Square crash has been identified as Alyssa Elsman, 18, from MI who was on vacation with her family. The deadly rampage on Thursday started after the driver allegedly made a U-turn, then steered the vehicle into the packed sidewalk where it rammed dozens of pedestrians for a three block stretch. Read More »

Trump 'very close' to picking new Federal Bureau of Investigation chief, leaning toward Lieberman

A number of members of Congress and other Republican and Democratic leaders have also called the White House to voice their support of former MI congressman and Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Mike Rogers for director. Lieberman joined Kasowitz, Benson, Torres in 2013 and focuses primarily on investigations and white collar defense, government affairs and strategic counsel and state attorney general practice, according to the firm's website . Read More »

Heavy gunfire erupts in Ivory Coast's two main cities

Ouattara, 75, secured a second term in a landslide victory in 2015, but has struggled to heal deep divisions that have made the country's own military, cobbled together from rival rebel and loyalist factions, its greatest security threat. He said that a military operation was underway to restore order in the cities that were in the hands of the soldiers. Shots have been heard in the east of the commercial capital, Abidjan , and frequent gunfire reported by residents of Ivory Coast's second ... Read More »

Création d'une technique de régénération des déchets en plastique

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En outre, le directeur général de la recherche scientifique et du développement technologique au ministère de l'Enseignement supérieur et de la recherche scientifique, Hafid Aourag, avait considéré cette innovation comme une solution qui révolutionnera le monde des énergies renouvelables, offrant une alternative fiable et rentable à l'économie et l'environnement. Read More »

China's Xi calls for S. Korea ties to get back on track

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The Chinese president told Mr Lee on Friday: "We're willing to work with South Korea to preserve the hard-won results, properly handle disputes, put China-South Korea relations back onto a normal track". Seoul and Washington have argued that the missile system is aimed at North Korean aggression, while China sees it as a threat to its own security. Read More »

Man charged with murder after NY vehicle carnage

Of the injured, four were critical and three deemed very serious but all were likely to survive, authorities said . The incident was not believed to be an act of terrorism, the NYPD said . A week ago, Rojas was arrested for menacing after he allegedly pulled a kitchen knife on a visitor to his home. Harrison said Rojas didn't drink before he joined the Navy but came back with a drinking problem. Read More »

John McCain calls for expulsion of Turkey's ambassador to US

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After police had managed to separate the two sides, Erdogan's bodyguards came to the scene. The Turkish security officials were briefly detained at the site of the protest by US law enforcement for their role in the altercation. Erdogan's security staff moved in to break up an anti-government protest after police refused to make the demonstrators leave a park across the street. Read More »

China says hopes new South Korean government will correct problems

He has to stop any nuclear programs that he has. Trump also told the delegation that he is willing to make peace through engagement with Pyongyang if conditions are right, though he wouldn't hold talks for the sake of talks. Any country that did not look at putting new sanctions on North Korea was, in effect, helping the isolated nation, she said. If accurate, it would be the highest of any of North Korea's recent missile launches. Read More »

Polls open in first Iran presidential vote since atomic deal

Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei cast his vote at his compound in Tehran just minutes after polls opened, saying: "The destiny of the country is in the hands of Iranians". Raisi's history may deter some voters - the 56-year-old cleric was a member of the so-called "Death Commission", which presided over the summary executions of thousands of political prisoners in the summer of 1988. Read More »

Polls open with Iranians to give verdict on Rouhani

Economic issues will also be on the minds of Iran's more than 56 million voters as they head to polling stations across the country. State television showed long queues outside voting stations in several cities, shortly after polls opened at 03:30GMT. Read More »

Defying "One Belt, One Road": EU Says No to China's Global Leadership

Chinese President Xi Jinping welcomed leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, Indonesian President Joko Widodo, Turkish President Recep Erdogan and Greek President Alexis Tspiras. Next year marks the 15th anniversary of China-Asean strategic partnership, and Cambodia will host the second meeting of Lancang-Mekong Cooperation initiative. Read More »

Say Hello To The New VW Up GTI

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The vehicle you see here is actually a concept, although it's a production-ready one that directly previews the auto due to hit showrooms in early 2018. The Up GTI rides 15mm lower on stiffened suspension, while at the back there is an extended rear spoiler and a red stripe along the base of the glass tailgate. Read More »

Volkswagen to launch GTI version of Up city vehicle

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For VW is giving the GTI treatment to the diminutive up! city auto to create something which, the company says, will have agility akin to a go-kart. To be launched at the legendary Worthersee GTI meet, the Up GTI features an uprated version of the standard car's turbocharged 1.0-litre three cylinder engine producing 113bhp and 169lb ft of torque. Read More »

Pakistan moves ICJ to rehear Kulbhushan Jadhav case within six weeks

He said that issues involving national security of a country like in Jadhav's case did not come in the domain of ICJ and this decision was not binding on Pakistan. The lawyer told the court that Jadhav was kidnapped in 2016 from Iran where he was pursuing his business after retiring from the Indian Navy, brought to Pakistan and was shown to have been arrested in Balochistan and presented as an alleged Indian spy. Read More »

Antonio Conte gets own Twitter emoji to celebrate Chelsea's title win

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The 36-year-old defender, who will leave Chelsea this summer after 22 years, made his first Premier League start since September and 716th Blues appearance in last Monday's win over Watford . "Every season, it's very hard to win the title in England", he said. "Couple this with Conte being one of the highest regarded coaches in world football at present, and it seemed like a natural fit to get this special emoji live for fans ahead of Chelsea's crowning weekend". Read More »

Experts question North Korea role in WannaCry cyberattack

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The Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has said portions of the WannaCry program use the same code as malware previously distributed by the Lazarus Group, a hacker collective behind the 2014 Sony hack. South Korea has been on alert since the breaches began on Friday. Symantec and Kaspersky Lab also stated that it was premature to tell if North Korea was responsible in the global WannaCry cyberattack. Read More »

Israel arrests 2 after deadly West Bank clash

The leader of the strike, Marwan Barghouti, also threatened to stop drinking water unless the prisoners' demands for improved prison conditions were met. The death of the Palestinian led to clashes between dozens of local youth and Israeli soldiers, who also closed Huwwara road. The Israeli settler who shot and wounded a Palestinian man who threw rocks at his auto was detained, but was released after proving it was in self-defense. Read More »