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Comey Agrees To Testify Before The Senate Intelligence Committee

Former FBI Director James Comey has agreed to testify before an open meeting of the Senate Intelligence Committee, CNBC reports . "Moreover, the American people deserve an opportunity to hear it", wrote Warner in a statement . The news comes after Trump was hit by embarrassing leaks suggesting that a senior adviser was a "person of interest" in a probe of possible collusion with Russia during last year's election campaign, and that Trump had boasted to Russian officials of firing the man ... Lire la suite »

Lib Dems pledge to ban diesel sales

The question is whether the 48% of Remainers will continue with the resistance to Brexit by supporting the Lib Dems , or accept the result and back the other parties who are prepared to get on with the job of taking the United Kingdom out of the EU? It would allow first-time buyers to purchase homes for the same cost as renting, where each monthly payment steadily buys you a share in the home. Lire la suite »

Trump's Saudi speech to urge unity against radical Islam


Still, Jasser is anxious that the Trump Team has been talking up an "Arab NATO", because unlike many Middle Eastern nations, NATO member nations are democracies. "We are not here to lecture - to tell other peoples how to live, what to do or who to be", he is expected to say, according to the draft speech. However, when Saudi Arabia was asked whether although the first lady of the United States would have to dress appropriately, replied that Riyadh "usually does not require" a particular ... Lire la suite »

I'm victim of 'witch hunt' over Russian Federation

The focus now turns to how Mueller will pick up the FBI's investigation of the Trump campaign and Russian Federation, and what it means for the White House. "We look forward to getting this whole situation behind us", he said, vowing to focus his administration's resources instead on creating jobs, strengthening the military and reforming health care. Lire la suite »

Final Confederate monument to come down in New Orleans


Monument supporters and opponents gathered anticipating the statue's removal, but the mayor's office announced the removal would happen during the day Friday, starting at 9 a.m. The city announced an outline of its plans late Thursday. Efforts to remove such statues gained momentum in June 2015, after Dylann Roof massacred nine black parishioners at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Lire la suite »

NKorea vows to strengthen nukes as US increases pressure


The successful launch is a significant advancement for the North Korean missile program, NBC News reported . At the United Nations , North Korea's deputy ambassador, Kim In Ryong, was defiant. Moon convened an NSC meeting at the Blue House at 8 a.m. and called the firing a "blatant violation" of the United Nations Security Council resolutions, which prohibit Pyongyang from seeking missile and nuclear technology, and a "grave threat" to the Korean Peninsula and the global society. Lire la suite »

New Russia probe leaks threaten to derail Trump's foreign trip

According to a Wednesday report from the New York Times, Flynn informed Trump's transition team on January 4th that he was under federal investigation for his ties to Russian Federation and other foreign governments. Also on Friday: The Washingon Post reported that a senior White House adviser, close to the president had been identified as a "significant person of interest " in the probe. Lire la suite »

L'ex-chef du FBI accepte de témoigner au Sénat

M. Trump, qui a démenti toute pression sur le chef du FBI, a admis dans une interview que le limogeage était lié à son exaspération vis-à-vis de l'enquête sur les ingérences russes. Puis nouveau coup de tonnerre pour la Maison Blanche mercredi soir, lorsque l'enquête sur les liens et l'ingérence présumée de la Russie a été confiée à un procureur spécial, qui jouit d'une plus grande indépendance. Lire la suite »

Damas et Moscou condamnent un bombardement américain — Syrie


Selon l'Observatoire syrien des droits de l'homme, au moins quatre véhicules ont été détruits par les bombardements. Elle souligne aussi que l'armée "combat le terrorisme sur son territoire et qu'aucune partie n'a le droit de déterminer le cours de ses opérations contre ces groupes terroristes, menés par Daech et Al-Qaïda". Lire la suite »

Donald Trump est arrivé en Arabie saoudite


DIPLOMATIE Donald Trump est arrivé ce samedi en milieu de matinée en Arabie saoudite, première étape de son premier déplacement à l'étranger... Les rues, quasiment désertes, étaient également ornées de photos montrant le souverain saoudien et le président américain avec un slogan " Ensemble, nous triomphons ". Lire la suite »

Former FBI official: Mueller's exactly who should be leading this investigation

Trump said that Comey "was very unpopular with most people" and said that he was expecting more widespread praise for the firing. Rosenstein's 2:30 p.m. "It appears to me now to be considered a criminal investigation", Graham said. During a commencement address Wednesday at the Coast Guard Academy, he complained bitterly about criticism he's faced . Lire la suite »

Motorola Moto Z2 Play images and specs leak at TENAA


Pricing wise, the Z2 phones are going to be heavily expensive as compared to the other Moto phones that the smartphone manufacturer is working on at the moment, which are - Moto E4. Furthermore, the images also feature a Moto "batwing" logo right above the home button of the device. Strangely, the left side of the phone doesn't have any buttons. Lire la suite »

Jimmy Carter urges Trump to push for peace

Stops on the upcoming trip include Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Vatican; places sacred to three of the worlds major religions. "We've been very clear what our position is and what we would like to see done", the official said , "but we're not looking to provoke anyone when everyone's playing really nice". Lire la suite »

Joe Lieberman Is Front-Runner for FBI Chief

Lieberman's name emerged on Thursday as the frontrunner to replace fired FBI Director James Comey. The President interviewed four candidates on Wednesday at the White House. Sen. He added, "I've known Joe Lieberman for many years". A former chairman of the News, Lieberman ran for vice president alongside former Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore in the 2000 election, becoming the first Jewish candidate on a major American political party's presidential ... Lire la suite »

Ransomware Attacks 2017: 4 Things to Know About the WannaCry Cyber Attacks

Microsoft President Brad Smith said Sunday that the United States government's approach to cybersecurity is unsafe and contributed to a major global cyberattack last week. It is believed to be the biggest online extortion ever, hitting British hospitals, German rail and companies and government agencies. He argued there should be "a new requirement for governments to report vulnerabilities to vendors, rather than stockpile, sell, or exploit them". Lire la suite »

Mike Flynn's lawyers will not honor subpoena, Senate Intel chair says


Republican Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina had said hours earlier Flynn's lawyer had informed the panel he would not comply with the subpoena. Burr's statement was a complete reversal from his comments earlier on Thursday, when he said that Flynn's lawyers told the committee the retired Army general "would not honor" the subpoena. Lire la suite »

Turkey's Erdogan says USA visit to herald new beginning in relationship

Felat spoke at a press conference in Tabqa, which the SDF captured from IS on Wednesday along with its nearby dam. Erdoğan blamed Trump's decision on civil servants from former President Barack Obama's administration. The Turkish authorities sent an official request to the US Department of Justice for extradition of Gulen, who lives in Philadelphia. The IS fighters later joined the war and are opposed by the other forces. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump est arrivé à Ryad pour son premier voyage à l'étranger


A sa descente d'avion à l'aéroport de Riyad, peu avant 10 heures du matin, heure locale, il a été accueilli, avec son épouse Melania, par le roi Salmane, qui leur a serré la main. Dimanche, le président américain prononcera à Ryad devant une cinquantaine de dirigeants de pays musulmans un discours soulignant ses " espoirs " pour une " vision pacifique " de l'islam. Lire la suite »

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


Chinese President Xi Jinping has said he's willing to help ties with South Korea return to a "normal track" amid a rift over Seoul's deployment of a high-tech USA missile-defense system to guard against North Korean threats. In a separate meeting with Lee on Friday, China's top diplomat Yang Jiechi said China "hopes that South Korea can respect China's major concerns (and) appropriately resolve the THAAD issue", Xinhua reported. Lire la suite »

Graham: Russia investigation now a criminal one

A current White House official has been identified as a person of interest by law enforcement investigating possible collusion between Russian Federation and Donald Trump's presidential campaign, NBC News confirmed, citing two USA officials. Lire la suite »