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Varadkar opens up commanding lead in race to succeed Taoiseach


The Clare support for Leo Varadkar comes in spite of Friday's visit to Ennis by his rival Simon Coveney. Mr Varadkar was backed by senior party members yesterday, including Paschal Donohoe, the public expenditure minister, Regina Doherty, the government chief whip, and John Deasy, a Waterford TD. Lire la suite »

Le président Rohani réélu, sa politique d'ouverture confortée

Les résultats préliminaires de l'élection présidentielle iranienne placent le président en exercice Hassan Rohani en tête du scrutin, a annoncé samedi la chaîne de télévision publique iranienne IRIB TV, citant un responsable électoral. Rohani affronte Ebrahim Raissi, un religieux conservateur proche du guide suprême l'ayatollah Ali Khamenei, qui se présente comme l'avocat des plus pauvres et veut donner la priorité à "l'économie de résistance", axée sur la production nationale et les ... Lire la suite »

Second day of Belt and Road Forum Continues


Xi addressed nearly 30 leaders on the second day of a forum on his new Silk Road plan, an infrastructure project Beijing hopes will revive ancient trade routes from Asia to Europe and Africa. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed by representatives of the Asian Development Bank, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the New Development Bank, the World Bank, and the EIB. Lire la suite »

Syrian Kurds welcome U.S. arms, Turkey objects


The Turkish president's remarks on Wednesday came a day after the USA announced it would arm Syrian Kurdish fighters as a necessary step to recapture the Islamic State group's Syrian stronghold of Raqqa. TURKEY'S DEPUTY PREMIER NURETTIN CANIKLI, referring to the U.S. plan to arm Kurdish forces fighting ISIS in Syria. The battle for the recapture of Tabqah began almost two months ago when American helicopters inserted hundreds of Syrian fighters into the city, along with a handful of American ... Lire la suite »

Punjab Board PSEB 10th Results 2017 likely to be Declared Today @ pseb


PSEB class 10 results 2017: The practicals were held from March 30 to April 24. Several media reports are saying the Punjab School Education Board ( PSEB ) may declare Class 10 results today. Keep surfing this space for latest updates on PSEB results 2017, passing percentage and more. Students can check the results from the direct link provided below. Lire la suite »

Survey shows who is most at risk of WannaCry infection

A previously overlooked limitation in XP , however, can prevent the erasure from occurring in that Windows version. " Microsoft issued an emergency patch over the weekend addressing this situation for those people". On this occasion, the malicious software, also known as WCry, WannaCrypt, Wanna Decryptor and WanaCrypt0r, began exploiting a Microsoft Windows vulnerability that had been identified by the US National Security Agency ( NSA ), before being stolen by the Shadow Brokers group ... Lire la suite »

Developers of North Korea missile lauded


The above given information was reportedly attested when North Korea's state media confirmed the estimates. "The South Korean authorities have to draw a serious lesson from the wretched fate of traitor Park Geun-hye", the KCNA reported in English Thursday, "who met a miserable end while vociferating about "nuclear threat from the North" and going keen on hurting the fellow countrymen with the help of outsiders that only think [of] inflicting nuclear disaster on the nation". Lire la suite »

Comey set to testify publicly about why Trump fired him

Current and former staffers will likely have to hire pricey lawyers and sit for interviews . At its peak on Wednesday, the price of a "yes" contract on the impeachment question reached a record 33 cents, implying a 33 percent probability that Trump would be impeached, as compared to only 7 percent last week. Lire la suite »

Federal Bureau of Investigation probe moves into White House

Earlier Friday, the New York Times reported that Trump told visiting Russian officials in a May 10 White House meeting that he had fired Comey because "he was insane, a real nut job". Earlier this week, investors dumped stocks in response to reports that Trump in February had asked Comey to stop investigating his former national security adviser, prompting accusations the president may have tried to hamper the probe. Lire la suite »

Trump's approval rating hits new low after scandal-plagued week

The Post said its sources would not further identify the official, who was described as a senior White House adviser who is close to Mr Trump. The remaining 6% said that they had "mixed feelings" about the president. The ongoing probe into ties between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign has reportedly identified a current White House official as "a significant person of interest, " The Washington Post reports ". Lire la suite »

Friess Associates LLC Sells 1185 Shares of Microsoft Co. (MSFT)

Several other hedge funds have also made changes to their positions in the stock. State Street Corp boosted its position in shares of Microsoft by 2.8% in the fourth quarter. Pacific Crest set a $70.00 target price on shares of Microsoft and gave the stock a "buy" rating in a report on Saturday, January 28th. Rwc Asset Mgmt Llp invested in 4.36% or 1.08 million shares. Lire la suite »

Kerala woman chops off genitals of godman who allegedly raped her


A hospital release said on Saturday morning that he was admitted with 90% of his genitals cut off. He was immediately operated upon and is recovering. However, the student claims that her mother was a victim of the Swami as well . A representative of the Panmana Ashram said the ashram did not have ties with Sreehari since he left its premises about 15 years ago. Lire la suite »

62 per cent of French Catholics voted for Macron


Macron was elected French president on Sunday with a business-friendly vision of European integration, defeating Marine Le Pen, a far-right nationalist who threatened to take France out of the European Union. Whether Valls' offer has been accepted will be known Thursday when the names of Macron's 577 candidates in the legislative elections will be announced. Lire la suite »

Questions Remain After Sally Yates' Testimony


One thing that's important to note is let's look at again how this came down. Testimonies of two key former officials before a Senate committee that is investigating alleged Russian interference in the U.S presidential election past year brought the issue into sharp focus again even as President Donald Trump termed the ongoing inquiry a "taxpayer funded charade". Lire la suite »

What pushes North Korea to develop nuclear weapons?


To accomplish development of such a missile, technology to ensure the missile's reentry vehicle survives returning to the atmosphere is necessary. The North has carried out two atomic tests and dozens of missile launches since the beginning of a year ago. Lire la suite »

Iranian Vice President Drops Out Of Presidential Race, Backs Rohani

According to current polls by the Iranian Students Polling Agency ( ISPA ), Raisi is now second in the race, next to current president and reformist Rouhani. Qalibaf's allies had argued that he had more recognition in the capital Tehran and among young voters, and offered a more coherent economic plan than some other conservative candidates. Lire la suite »

Trump willing to use engagement on North Korea crisis - South Korea envoy


With a new president in South Korea, debates will continue about how Seoul can convince China to use its leverage on Pyongyang to get it to freeze its nuclear weapons program. The remarks, made in a meeting with South Korea's special presidential envoy Hong Seok-hyun, are the latest in a series of signs that the US may be moving toward dialogue and engagement after months of exchanging saber-rattling and harsh rhetoric with Pyongyang. Lire la suite »

Macron, Merkel vow new momentum for Europe


Macron, who assumed office a day earlier, said he would work closely with Merkel on a "road map" to reform the European Union and the eurozone , adding that "there is absolutely no taboo for us here". Visiting Berlin on Monday, Macron "did not push for major, ambitious reforms (of the EU) because he knows the chancellor can not deliver until the elections in September", said Judy Dempsey of the Carnegie Europe think-tank. Lire la suite »