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Abbas in India to boost ties ahead of Modi's Israel trip

Also on Monday, thousands of Palestinians marched through Ramallah carrying Palestinian flags and waving keys to symbolize their former homes in Israel before 1948. Eli Razimor, the president of York's ISA, said, "It is important to remember that numerous Palestinian prisoners that are now on hunger strike are responsible for dozens to hundreds of deaths of Israeli civilians due to their terrorist activities on Israeli soil". Lire la suite »

Army Will Give Adequate Response to Border Violations: Jaitley


About the possibility of holding talks with separatists in Kashmir, he said: "There is a difference between average citizens and those who are on the other side". "The report has nearly brought out a confessional statement of the concerned players accepting it and I am sure that the concerned agencies of the government will take whatever action is needed in this matter", he said. Lire la suite »

Mélenchon très critique, Hamon sceptique — Hulot ministre

D'un côté, presque au sommet de la pyramide, le Premier ministre, Édouard Philippe. Et Bruno Le Maire qui devient le ministre de l'Economie. J'ai peur de décevoir . Aujourd'hui, tout est bloqué. En effet, la parité y est (11 femmes et 11 hommes). Pour Jean-François Julliard, directeur général de Greenpeace France, la présence de Hulot dans le gouvernement est " une bonne nouvelle, sous réserve que la place de ce ministère dans ce gouvernement ne soit pas qu'une oasis d'écologie dans un ... Lire la suite »

France's Macron names Edouard Philippe, a relative unknown, as prime minister


Conservative Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, whom Macron named on Monday, will lead the government, at least until the parliamentary elections scheduled for June. Before Macron's rise, Francois Bayrou was France's most well-known centrist politician and a three-time failed presidential candidate. He is a member of the Republicans, a mainstream-right party whose candidate Macron beat in the first round of the election. Lire la suite »

Phone scam claiming to provide WannaCry ransomware supports

The hackers are called Shadow brokers . "We have been in touch with Microsoft and others.even they have not got any reports ", said director-general of Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) Sanjay Bahl. The domain turned out to be a kill switch left in the code to stop the ransomware's propagation. Some of the victims have reportedly regained access to their files after paying, although security experts advise against complying with ransom demands. Lire la suite »

France's Macron says EU treaty change 'not taboo'


German Chancellor Angela Merkel and new French President Emmanuel Macron agreed on Monday to draw up a roadmap to deeper European Union integration and opened the door to changing the bloc's treaties to facilitate ambitious reform. Led by rightwing Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, it includes a mix of Socialist, centrist and Republicans figures as well as newcomers including Olympic fencing champion Laura Flessel (see photo below) and a star environmentalist Nicolas Hulot. Lire la suite »

Chelsea Manning: Wikileaks source freed from military prison


Manning, 29, was released from the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, at about 2am, the US Army said in a brief statement . In a statement last week - her first public comments since Mr Obama intervened - Manning thanked the former president and said letters of support from veterans and fellow transgender people inspired her "to work toward making life better for others ". Lire la suite »

France: Le jour où Sarkozy a failli frapper Edouard Philippe

Le premier conseil des ministres du quinquennat, initialement prévu le 17 mai, a été reporté au lendemain, a-t-on précisé à l'Elysée. Cette loi a rendu obligatoire la déclaration de patrimoine et d'intérêts pour les parlementaires, les ministres et les élus locaux entre autres, et leur vérification par la Haute autorité pour la transparence de la vie publique (HATVP). Lire la suite »

Microsoft Charged for 'WannaCry' Patch

The cybercriminals have generally targeted hospitals, academic institutions, blue-chip companies and businesses like movie theater chains. "The high price highlights the quandary the world's biggest software company faces as it tries to force customers to move to newer and more secure software", it said. Lire la suite »

Chibok schoolgirls: 'One refused to be released'


She quickly pointed out that the government had never denied parents and guardians of the girls from meeting them. "Some parents were airlifted from Chibok and brought to Abuja only for them to discover that it wasn't their daughters", he said, adding it was equally upsetting for the girls who thought they would see their loved ones. Lire la suite »

Senator McCain Calls for Expulsion of Turkish Ambassador


Two Kurdish allies of the United States - the YPG and the Syrian Democratic Forces - are enemies of Turkey. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu is pleading for the replacement of Brett McGurk, the United States presidential envoy for the US-led coalition against IS. Lire la suite »

Venezuela leader: Officials treated like Jews under Nazis

Venezuelan protesters are demanding elections, freedom for jailed activists, foreign aid to offset an economic crisis, and autonomy for the opposition-controlled legislature. "When you look at the oil reserves that they have, when you look at the potential wealth that Venezuela has, you sort of have to wonder, why is that happening?" The number of people killed in seven weeks of opposition violence is not clear, with most putting it in the low forties - rivalling the 43 deaths in 2014's ... Lire la suite »

Second Labour council group barred from Tory coalition deal

In North Lanarkshire , Labour has formed a minority administration without any formal deal with another party, while in South Lanarkshire embittered horse-trading that left some councillors from both Labour and the SNP threatening to sit as independents has culminated pro tem in an SNP minority administration. Lire la suite »

Russian Federation probe 'hurts our country terribly'


Graham said Rosenstein did not explain why the investigation had changed. Mr Comey is said to have declined, and only offered his "honesty". But even without specifics, he said, the briefing was "sobering". The meeting itself was in a special constructed room beneath the Capitol created to prevent electronic eavesdropping. She addressed reporters after a closed-door meeting where Rosenstein briefed senators. Lire la suite »

Trump's approval ratings hit new low in polls


The poll was conducted May 16-18 among 1,970 registered voters, meaning it was administered during, but not after, one of Trump's worst weeks in office - a stretch that saw Trump fire FBI Director James Comey, news emerge that Trump has asked Comey to scrap an investigation into his former national security adviser, the news that Trump disclosed classified information to Russian diplomats, and, finally, the appointment of a special counsel to take over the FBI's Russia probe. Lire la suite »

Ofcom proposes 'text-to-switch' mobile provider plan


United Kingdom regulator Ofcom said it has proposed a package of reforms to make it quicker and easier to switch from one mobile phone provider to another, and that it has opened a consultation on the issue, set to run til the end of June. The text would include any info regarding early termination charges, outstanding handset costs, or pay-as-you-go credit balances. Latest figures published last year showed that there were an estimated 47 million mobile phone contracts in the United ... Lire la suite »

Trump administration renews Iran sanctions waivers

Rather than permanently repealing USA sanctions, which would have required congressional action, the Obama administration put a temporary hold on them, which must be periodically extended as long as Iran remains in compliance with the deal. Lire la suite »

Ben Cousins assaulted in WA jail


The former premiership player has been behind bars for more than seven weeks after he was sentenced to 12 months jail in late March for causing "ongoing terror" to his ex-partner. It comes after the Brownlow medallist was involved in a minor assault while behind bars, with his lawyer Michael Tudori telling AAP it had nothing to do with him refusing to take part in a football match, as had been widely reported. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump 'will find a way to resign', says President's ghostwriter


Schwartz said he believes Trump will soon start trying to "figure out a way to resign" instead of potentially facing impeachment proceedings or enduring "continuing humiliation". There are already reports that there are sealed indictments for several Trump insiders - as well as the president himself - and this week former FBI Director Bob Mueller was appointed as a special prosecutor into the Russian Federation investigation. Lire la suite »

Why Trump's combative trade stance makes US farmers nervous

In a brief letter, Robert Lighthizer , the newly confirmed USA trade representative, said the administration aimed to support better-paying jobs and economic growth by modernizing the 23-year-old agreement. Toledo Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur said NAFTA wiped out almost 1 million U.S.jobs, added $1 trillion to the nation's trade deficit, and reduced average incomes in her part of the country by $7,000. Lire la suite »

What Trump didn't know or says he didn't about his man Flynn


Pence said in January that Flynn denied those calls involved sanctions placed on Russian Federation by the Obama administration in response to its election meddling. During the ongoing investigation in February, the Washington Post reported that Sally Yates had warned the Trump White House in late January that Flynn had not been truthful about his contacts with Russia and that he was vulnerable to blackmail by Russian intelligence. Lire la suite »

White House says Trump will hold off on naming FBI director

The Trump White House is under pressure to find a candidate who is likely to win Senate approval quickly and without controversy, and time is short for him to do so before leaving on his nine-day foreign trip. Joe Lieberman his top pick. All Democratic senators interviewed said Lieberman lacks the kind of experience needed for the post. Among their concerns was Lieberman's past praise of Michael Flynn, Trump's first national security adviser, who was sacked in February after misleading ... Lire la suite »

Xiaomi Mi Max 2 release date confirmed: Will it come to India?


The phone will likely not be sold officially anywhere in the United States, or Europe, but phone geeks would still find it worth knowing about its existence. It will have a 4GB/6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage. As far as the connectivity options are concerned, the Mi Max came with USB OTG, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Infrared, FM, 3G and 4G and sensors like Accelerometer, Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor and Gyroscope. Lire la suite »

Volvo might pull brake on diesel engines


Samuelsson said Volvo would keep developing current diesel-powered models introduced in 2013 to meet future emissions standards, but then the costs of keeping them compliant with higher anti-pollution standards would no longer be worth it, with the current generation likely to be produced until about 2023. Lire la suite »