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London terror victim policeman sent off by thousands

The 48-year-old policeman was stabbed by attacker Khalid Masood outside the parliament on March 22. A two-minute silence was observed at 2pm in remembrance of Palmer, who was among five killed by Masood. Songs were sung by the Metropolitan Police Choir, The Police Consort choir and Southwark choir as PC Palmer's coffin - draped in the Metropolitan Police Force's blue flag - was carried into the cathedral. Read More »

Security amped up as France kicks off presidential vote overseas

This Sunday's vote will pick the leading two candidates, who will then have another two weeks to campaign for the run-off vote. If Marine Le Pen is elected, she will be France's first female president. There have also been attacks on a satirical weekly and a kosher store. Previous militant attacks, such as the November 2015 killings in Paris ahead of regional polls, did not appear to boost the votes of those espousing tougher national security. Read More »

Présidentielle : ce que disent les derniers sondages

Il a ajouté que c'était sous l'impulsion de son gouvernement que la France avait obtenu l'instauration dans les règles de Schengen d'un contrôle aux frontières de l'UE, même pour les citoyens de l'Union. Puisque le pays est en état de guerre, la réponse doit être globale et totale'. Le candidat socialiste Benoît Hamon a pour sa part dénoncé une " sordide surenchère politique ". Read More »

Tens of Thousands March for Science in Manhattan

Cities across Canada are also participating in the march , including the country's capital, Ottawa. Similar to other rallies Saturday worldwide, Kansas City's " March for Science " was meant to promote the understanding of science and defending it from various attacks. Read More »

Le cadavre d'une femme sur un parking à Mons


Les causes de la mort restent à déterminer, selon le parquet de Mons. D'après les premiers éléments d'information livrés par le parquet de Mons, Laeticia Bauwens a envoyé un SMS peu avant 7 h. Le procureur du Roi de Mons invite toute personne qui pourrait aider les enquêteurs à se manifester. Aucune piste n'est dès lors privilégiée pour le moment. Read More »

Error-prone Oregon Ducks softball falls 10-7 to Arizona Wildcats


But Arizona's offense proved too much for the Ducks to contain. Ashleigh Hughes tied the game at 3-3 with a two-run single, followed by an RBI fielder's choice from Mandie Perez and a two-run double by Mauga. The Ducks rallied with a two-run home run by Danica Mercado in the sixth inning to close within 8-7, but Arizona answered with an RBI single by Alyssa Palomino , and she scored on a throwing error by OR center fielder Shannon Rhodes one batter later. Read More »

North Korea detains third United States citizen, South Korean news agency says


Likewise, the director of a Seoul-based group called the World North Korea Research Center said his sources in Pyongyang had confirmed the arrest. North Korea, which has been criticized for its human rights record, has in the past used detained Americans to extract high-profile visits from the United States, with which it has no formal diplomatic relations. Read More »

France election poses risk to world economy-Schaeuble

French police are hunting a man identified by Belgian security services in connection with an attack on police officers in Paris Thursday, a French interior ministry spokesman said . In a reflection of that bitter separation, her mother, Pierrette Lalanne, posed for Playboy in 1987, partly dressed in a maid's costume. "If Le Pen or Melechon were to win then all bets are off", she said. Read More »

France election 2017: Polling station evacuated due to suspicious vehicle

Security officials have said there is a risk during the elections of a militant attack like the ones that have killed more than 230 people in the past two years in France. There are 54 polling stations across the United Kingdom from London to Birmingham to Belfast and Aberdeen. The voters will choose from 11 candidates, the top two of whom will make it to the second round in case nobody gets more than 50 percent of the votes. Read More »

Siri Functionality Added to WhatsApp iOS Update


On Friday, WhatsApp released update (v2.17.2) for iPhone users which includes some visual changes to the app and also gives Siri the ability to read the latest WhatsApp messages. It makes Siri compose and read the unread messages. We tried the new feature and it seems to work as promised. Siri will also ask us whether to reply. Read More »

François Hollande a voté — Election présidentielle


Le premier tour solde provisoirement une campagne insolite, qui a peiné à trouver son rythme en raison du fracas provoqué par les ennuis judiciaires de François Fillon et, dans une moindre mesure, de Marine Le Pen, avant d'être marquée jeudi soir par l'attentat des Champs-Elysées contre des policiers. Read More »

Trudeau responds to Trump criticism

While exploratory talks on a Canada-China free trade deal between government officials take place in Ottawa next week, the first round of a high-level economic and financial dialogue will unfold in Beijing. "There are a lot of people in the middle class there that are looking to move to cities, and my message to them is that wood is in vogue in Canada". Fears that U.S. Read More »

Polls open in French presidential election

Macron, 39, traveled to Le Touquet this weekend where he has a holiday home for time off the campaign trail. Coming after the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States and Britain's Brexit vote to quit the European Union, few experts dare rule out a shock, and all of the likely outcomes will usher in a period of political uncertainty in France. Read More »

United Kingdom leader calls for early election

After winning backing from the British parliament to hold an early general election, the UK Prime Minister Theresa May hit the campaign trail straight away with her first event in Bolton, in North West England overnight. That would give the Conservatives 382 seats, Labour 179, the Lib Dems 10, the SNP 56, and others 23. 'What do we know that the leader of the Labour Party, the leader of the Liberal Democrats and the leader of the Scottish nationalists have in common?' she asked ... Read More »

Nouvelle journée d'émeute — Venezuela


Les violences autour de ces défilés ont déjà fait huit morts en trois semaines, dont trois jeudi, des dizaines de personnes ont été blessées et environ 600 ont été arrêtées, selon l'ONG Foro Penal . "Nous n'avons rien à manger dans le réfrigérateur". Les antichavistes (du nom du défunt président Hugo Chavez, 1999-2013) sont engagés dans un bras de fer avec le gouvernement et multiplient les mobilisations en misant sur l'épuisement du camp adverse. Read More »

UKIP to pledge burka ban in General Election manifesto


I don't believe that you can integrate fully and enjoy the fruits of British society if you can't see people's faces. He went on: "Secondly there is the issue of integration". "What we'll do is, we'll come in line with other European countries such as Belgium, Bulgaria, the city of Barcelona and some places in Italy". "This isn't an attack on specifically on Muslims, it's all about integration", he said. Read More »

Paris - Champs-Elysées: hommage national au policier tué mardi à 11H00

Cette dernière, qui avait dû se "contenter" d'un café sans rencontre avec le dirigeant lors de sa récente visite à la Trump Tower de New York , a par ailleurs quelque peu nuancé dernièrement l'enthousiasme qu'elle avait manifesté suite à l'accession du milliardaire à la Maison Blanche , la faute à une frappe militaire en Syrie qui va à l'encontre de toutes les promesses de campagne de Donald Trump au niveau international. Read More »

Theresa May's Conservative Party hold 19 point lead in UK election poll

But analysts have said the chances are weak - chiefly because the Liberal Democrats would probably not want to ally with a struggling Labour Party, which is also deeply divided over its current leader. getting the right deal from Europe", May said. "The fact that six in ten voters believe Labour can not win under Corbyn's leadership bring with it the threat of complacency among Tory voters who may be tempted to sit at home on June 8th and let others deliver the result they expect". Read More »

Air marshal leaves loaded gun in bathroom during Delta flight


The incident happened overseas Delta Flight #221 on April 6 as the aircraft traveled to New York City from Manchester, England, CNN and the New York Times each reported this week citing several unnamed sources. 'A field training officer program and thorough mentorship of new officers can reduce similar performance issues'. Despite the security lapse, the marshal was assigned to a flight a few days later, the paper said, quoting people familiar with the case. Read More »

N Korea threat to nuke Australia


The rogue state warned Australia against cosying up to the U.S. as Vice President Mike Pence visits - saying that following USA moves in the region would be a "suicidal act". US Vice-President Mike Pence is in Australia, where his visit has been dominated by discussion on the threat of North Korea's nuclear weapons and missiles programs. Read More »

Devs Reveal New Star Wars Battlefront 2 Details

This breakdown of news will be split into two separate parts. For everything on the multiplayer, read below. It's been a exciting week for the Star Wars community, with a huge amount of information being released about Star Wars Battlefront 2. Read More »

French Presidential Candidates Take Positions on Paris Attack

First, French voters will head to the polls April 23 to select one of 11 candidates . Campaigning and the publication of voter surveys are banned from midnight on Friday until polling stations close. "This war against us is ceaseless and merciless", said Le Pen in an address, lambasting the "monstrous totalitarian ideology" behind the attack. French overseas territories and French residents in the United States and Canada began voting on Saturday in France's presidential election, a ... Read More »

" "L'Arabie salue le " succès " du référendum en Turquie


En cause, la décision du YSK de considérer comme valides les bulletins non marqués du sceau officiel des autorités électorales. Dès l'annonce des résultats, les deux principaux partis d'opposition, le CHP et le HDP (prokurde), avaient dénoncé des "manipulations" lors du scrutin. Read More »