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SANA: Syria, Iraq discuss direct cooperation against Islamic State

Al-Tanf, which Russian warplanes bombed a year ago, is now occupied by USA and British Special Forces that are advising an anti-ISIS Syrian rebel group known as Maghawir al-Thawra, or the Commandos of the Revolution. -Sarah El Deeb in Beirut and Lolita Baldor in Washington. A U.S. military strike in Syria on Thursday was "government terrorism" and caused a massacre, Syrian government negotiator Bashar al-Ja'afari said on Friday, while Russian Federation called it an unacceptable breach of ... Read More »

2 dead after cargo plane goes off runway at W. Va. airport

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Plante added that accidents at Yeager are rare and that the runway's length is on par with major airports in NY and Chicago. The post USA cargo plane crashes in West Virginia, killing 2 pilots appeared first on Vanguard News. Airport operations have been halted. The National Weather Service reports clouds were as low as 100 feet in the area at the time of the crash, and it was raining earlier in the morning. Read More »

Man Utd fans react to Spurs defeat outside White Hart Lane

He will just be sad he never lit up the Lane like he would have wanted. "We have so many good memories and to finish second in the Premier League is a great achievement". "Of course there's going to be transfer rumours over the summer, but I think I'd be very surprised if most of us are not still here next season". Read More »

Daydream 2.0 Euphrates will come with some very welcome features

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This feature is made possible via the technology called "Worldsense", which allows the user to actually feel being part of the virtual world as the view appears like the real world in excellent accuracy. There's no word on a release date for the Euphrates update however. The main home screen will consist of a curated list of content that's constantly being updated to make sure you have easy access to the latest and greatest. Read More »

L'annonce reportée à mercredi — Nouveau gouvernement

L'Elysée souhaitait d'abord que la Haute Autorité pour la transparence de la vie publique (HATVP) vérifie le profil des futurs ministres. Gérard Collomb , 69 ans, seul poids-lourd socialiste à avoir soutenu dès le début Emmanuel Macron , devient ministre de l'Intérieur, tandis que le député PS, Richard Ferrand , pilier de la campagne du jeune mouvement En Marche!, prend la charge d'un nouveau ministère dédié à "la cohésion des territoires". Read More »

US Navy deploys second aircraft carrier to North Korea's doorstep

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Once it arrives in the region, the carrier will conduct a variety of training exercises but primarily focus on certifying its ability to safely launch and recover aircraft, the Navy said. North Korea declared that Sunday it successfully test-fired a missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead that can reach US targets, though the USA military is doubtful of that claim. Read More »

Kentucky tourism shows strong growth in 2016

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Kentucky tourism supported nearly 200,000 jobs and made more than $1.5 billion in tax revenue. Of the $14.5 billion the state says tourism brought in during 2016, $9.2 million was direct spending while $5.3 million was from "indirect expenditure", which is calculated using analytic models. Read More »

Majority believe Trump fired Comey to hinder Russian Federation investigation

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In a letter to FBI acting director Andrew McCabe, Mr Chaffetz cited a report from the " New York Times " stating that Mr Comey's memo "describes a conversation in which the president referenced the FBI investigation. I think it shows division, and it shows that we're not together as a country. "And everybody, even my enemies have said, there is no collusion". With growing calls from largely Democratic lawmakers that the Trump administration could no longer credibly conduct any investigation ... Read More »

Sweden Drops Rape Investigation Against Julian Assange

Assange, who has always denied wrongdoing, has been holed up at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London since 2012, in an effort to avoid a Swedish arrest warrant. We have won the Assange case. The preliminary investigation against Julian Assange for rape (lesser degree) is to be discontinued. He has always denied the claims, which he feared would see him extradited to the United States and tried over the leaking of hundreds of thousands of secret U.S. Read More »

Qui est Edouard Philippe, le nouveau Premier ministre ?

Parmi les premiers chantiers de ce gouvernement, devrait figurer un projet de loi de moralisation de la vie publique, avec casier judiciaire vierge pour les candidats et " interdiction du népotisme pour les parlementaires", référence claire au scandale qui a entraîné la défaite du conservateur François Fillon à la présidentielle, après des soupçons d'emplois fictifs au profit de sa famille. Read More »

What the White House has said about special prosecutors

The Senate Intelligence Committee investigating Trump campaign ties with Russia announced Thursday that Michael Flynn's attorney has informed the committee the fired Naitonal Security Adviser does not plan to honor a committee subpoena issued calling for him to turn over documents related to his contacts with Russians. Read More »

Macron as French President: Lesser of Two Evils

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But the success of what analysts at Morgan Stanley dubbed "Macronomics" to describe the incoming president's "market-friendly and pro-reform" and "moderate and incremental" agenda will depend on legislative elections in June, analysts say. The worst-case scenario for him would be a strong parliamentary majority for his opponents, dictating his choice of prime minister and limiting his presidency. Read More »

"I really love what I do"says, Kimberly Guilfoyle"

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The Hill said the Trump administration has denied rumors of Spicer being fired. The White House has challenged speculation about Mr Spicer's future as Press Secretary despite ongoing reports on the matter. "Some of us worked with [the president] during his private sector days and some of us earned his trust by putting in long hours on the campaign trail and sticking by him when no one thought he would win", a White House official told The Post . Read More »

Dutch King: So I've been piloting KLM for 21 years

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Well, no. Since the 9/11 terror attacks have restricted passengers' access to the cockpit, there is a much reduced chance of any of the public seeing him. Willem-Alexander said the intense focus needed for piloting took his mind away from other concerns. He enjoys relaxing and said: "The most important thing is that I have a hobby which I can concentrate on fully". Read More »

USA should take some of blame for massive cyberattack, Chinese media says

In fact it is imperative that countries and security agencies around the world work together to better fight cyber crime and other cyber threats as China emphasised in a cyberspace plan of action released in March. Hover over hyperlinks (without clicking on them) inside emails to see whether they direct you to suspicious web pages. Do not click on anything through these pop-ups, then safely close the windows. Read More »

Senator calls for ejection of Turkish ambassador

Before it begins, a guard bends to speak to the Turkish president. "It would be beneficial for this person to change", he said , accusing the diplomat of pursuing policies of the Obama administration, according to broadcaster NTV. Some of the protesters were knocked down and kicked repeatedly in the head. In all, 12 people were injured. The Metropolitan Police Department issued a statement following the incident. Read More »

Text of Swedish prosecutor's decision to drop Assange probe

Assange has always denied the allegations against him. Assange 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. He also said the case was politically motivated, as it followed massive Wikileaks dumps of secret United States military reports that year. The plaintiff in the rape case was "shocked" by the decision, her lawyer said, and maintained her accusations against Mr Assange, Agence ... Read More »

Kushner Hands-on Broker of $110B Saudi Arms Deal

The two received a rabbinical pass for their weekend travels, an official permission to break from the prohibitions on Shabbat that are generally reserved for life-threatening instances and other situations concerning one's safety. As practicing Orthodox Jews, Trump's daughter and son-in-law typically observe the weekly Shabbat holiday, unplugging from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday. Read More »

UK's Labour pledges new Brexit strategy if it wins election

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There is anxiety across the manufacturing sector about the impact of simply walking away from the customs union. "It is removing options before we've started - and it's a reckless approach". But the party is reportedly considering a tax "sweetener" for working people. What they have said is look, the patriotic thing, irrespective of your politics, is to vote Conservative because she needs a strong hand in the negotiation which is a very persuasive argument. Read More »

Pirated Windows led to WannaCry's spread in China and Russia

Anyone any individual or organization that has deployed the latest Windows Update will have a fix in place. Mr Hutchins, from Devon, has been credited with stopping the WannaCry attack from spreading across the globe by accidentally triggering a "kill switch". Read More »

This is how Google intends to end the Root on Android

Also called Lens, it lets people point their cameras at real-world items and find out where to buy them, or find similar things online. It could be a WiFi password, which the phone will be able to recognize and thus help a user log in immediately. Read More »

GOP senators, governors, rethinking American Health Care Act

The bill's sponsor, Manhattan Democrat Richard Gottfried, said House Republicans' passage of the American Health Care Act makes it more important that the state Legislature act to preserve affordable health care. "It's the failure of the Trump administration to reassure the insurance companies that the payments that they have received will be forthcoming". "It would be very comprehensive and, I think, be an improvement over Medicare and an improvement, frankly, over most employer-based ... Read More »

Senate chairman: Flynn has not responded to subpoena

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) told reporters Thursday that Flynn's lawyers have yet to turn over any documents , although there "may be a day or two left" for them to do so. On Thursday morning, the chair of the committee, Sen. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) didn't want to get ahead of the intelligence committee leaders, but said he plans to look into "tools" the Senate can use to pressure Flynn. Read More »