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Hawaii-bound passengers noticed unruly man before take-off

The man, identified by law enforcement officials as Anil Uskanil, 25, of Turkey, was duct-taped to his seat until the plane landed in Honolulu and federal agents arrested him, passenger Lee Lorenzen said. He was involved in another incident early Friday morning that caught the attention of law enforcement, according to airport police at Los Angeles International Airport. Lire la suite »

French President Macron stresses on combating Jihadi threat


France intervened in 2013 to drive out al Qaeda-linked militants who seized northern Mali the year before. On his first official trip outside Europe, new French President Emmanuel Macron is highlighting his determination to crush extremism with a visit to French-led military forces combating jihadist groups in West Africa. Lire la suite »

U.S. imposes sanctions on Venezuelan supreme court justices

Speaking alongside Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Thursday, Trump expressed dismay at Venezuela's crisis, asking how a country holding the nation's largest oil reserves could be stricken by so much poverty and turmoil. Ortega Diaz broke with the government shortly after the Supreme Court's controversial ruling in March, calling it a "rupture" of the constitutional order. Lire la suite »

North Korea says US has to roll back 'hostile policy' before talks


Following Moon and Trump's first phone conversation on May 10, the two countries agreed earlier this week to hold the two leaders' first summit in Washington in late June. Choe was returning from Oslo with a North Korean delegation after holding talks with former USA officials there. A pro-North Korea newspaper called on South Korea Saturday to resume inter-Korean cooperative projects, saying military matters and economic cooperation can be handled separately. Lire la suite »

Notre Dame students plan walkout during Pence speech

However, thousands of students and faculty members signed a petition asking Notre Dame president Rev. John Jenkins not to invite President Trump, according to the Washington Post . " ... We came together and reached out to alumni who actually donated nearly 500 flags for people to put up as a show of support, solidarity for the LGBT community and recognizing that it's something that needs to be visibly said on Notre Dame's campus still". Lire la suite »

20000 flee latest fighting in Central African Republic


Corner says the fighting is "more complex" than a renewal of sectarian violence between Christians and Muslims that has plagued the country since late 2013. Human Rights Watch said at the time that at least 14 people were killed. Other previously calm parts of the country have seen deadly fighting in recent days. Lire la suite »

Trump team knew of Flynn inquiry before hiring him

On Tuesday, The Times reported that Comey's memo alleged Trump had asked him to end the investigation of Flynn . His reasoning wasn't reported, but Turkey has long opposed USA military operations in cooperation with Kurdish forces. Turkey sees these militias, which are widely seen as the most effective fighting force on the ground, as an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, which is considered a terrorist group in the US, Turkey and Europe. Lire la suite »

U.S. releases 2 Turkish bodyguards after violence

Photos and videos posted on social media showed a chaotic scene of people kicking and punching as the police tried to intervene. Shortly after the incident, Kilic was recorded shouting "You can not touch us!" at DC police, likely referring to his diplomatic immunity. Lire la suite »

Ben Gibson says no decision made yet on Middlesbrough future


Despite reports from the Daily Mail claiming that Middlesbrough will not be selling Ben Gibson this summer, the player himself has revealed in an interview that he wants to remain in the Premier League, as reported by Sky Sports . Steve Agnew has been in caretaker charge of Middlesbrough since the sacking of Aitor Karanka in March. "But at the same time I have learned lots of different things about players, coaching and management". Lire la suite »

Trump Says He's Victim of 'Witch Hunt' After Special Counsel Announced

Mr. Comey - who is 6 feet 8 inches tall and was wearing a dark blue suit that day - told Mr. Wittes that he tried to blend in with the blue curtains in the back of the room, in the hopes that Mr. In a written statement, Trump insisted anew there were no nefarious ties between his campaign and Russian Federation. He has said at the point he left government, he had seen no such evidence to collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation; but he told lawmakers that as a private ... Lire la suite »

Historic Lee statue coming down

As the Lee statue came down this week, Landrieu's office said the city will pursue the installation of a water feature in Lee Circle, and that an American flag will fly where the statue of Jefferson Davis stood. Unlike the earlier statues, city officials were taking Lee's statue down in daylight. A man is arrested after an altercation with a woman as the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lire la suite »

Qui est Edith Chabre, la femme du Premier ministre — Edouard Philippe


Avec 23 membres, dont 18 ministres et 4 secrétaires d'Etat, contre 38 dans le gouvernement Cazeneuve, le gouvernement est un des plus resserrés de la Ve République. Emmanuel Macron a choisi une équipe comptant cinq ministres issus du centre et de la droite et cinq autres issues de la gauche. Emmanuel Macron a promis une équipe resserrée , compatible avec le renouvellement politique mis en avant pendant l'élection présidentielle. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump US President embarks on first foreign trip to Saudi Arabia


That includes France's newly elected President Emmanuel Macron, who denounced Trump's musings on abandoning the Paris climate treaty, a likely point of contention in Sicily. Critics see them as " Muslim bans ". "You can not reconcile it". Before the latest reports, the White House had hoped to shift attention away from the political firestorm in Washington to foreign policy as well as the president's ambitious pro-business economic agenda in Congress. Lire la suite »

The White House isn't for sale by Trump insiders

The money [for the building project in New Jersey, known as One Journal Square , ] would be provided through a much-criticized government program known as EB-5 that awards foreign investors a path to citizenship in exchange for investments of at least $500,000 in American development projects. Lire la suite »

Google I/O 2017: All the announcements


Called Android Go, this software will automatically enable data-saving features and will steer users toward apps designed specifically for affordable hardware. Google will also let you share whole photo libraries with others. Google has promised to add visual response feature to the Home, where it will be push image-based information right into Android phone, Android TV, third-party TVs via Chromecast . Lire la suite »

What to do about WannaCry if you're infected or if you're not

WannaCry ransomware had spread using a loophole in Microsoft windows operating systems that were initially found by the USA national security agency ( NSA ), which according to reports was using it in order to find a way to hack networks of terrorist groups, and was leaked by Shadow Brokers, which said that it had found the tools in agency's servers which the group had breached earlier. Lire la suite »

Pro-EU Liberal Democrats promise new Brexit vote

Liberal Democrats support pressing ahead with the HS2 high speed rail line, and say they will "continue to champion the Northern Powerhouse and Midlands Engine initiatives and invest significant capital resources in infrastructure projects across the north of England and the Midlands". Lire la suite »