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Trump told Russians pressure off after firing 'nutjob' Comey

He was insane, a real nut job . "I think the Flynn thing is where the president is very vulnerable personally", Pelosi told The Associated Press in an interview in her office. But Trump later acknowledged in an interview with NBC that the Russian Federation investigation was a factor. President Trump embarks on his first worldwide trip as commander-in-chief on Friday amid a slew of bad headlines that have shaken the White House. Lire la suite »

Google announces Instant Apps SDK, now open to all Developers

Google provided a list of features that will be available with their latest mobile OS. If you own a top-of-the-range Android device you won't ever be using Android Go's features, but for those who can't afford dazzling phones it makes a lot of sense to bring the highlights of Android O to those on tighter budgets. Lire la suite »

Hollande aurait voté Macron au premier tour


L'annonce a été faite via un communiqué diffusé par l'Elysee . François Hollande bénéficiera d'un appartement de fonction équipé et meublé. - " Et Emmanuel restera là, silencieux mais ., explique Hollande". Sa sécurité sera également assuré par deux policiers. Ensuite, il raccompagnera François Hollande sur le perron. Un message implicite à Emmanuel Macron , qui entend légiférer par ordonnances cet été sur le droit du travail. Lire la suite »

Rory McIlroy withdraws from BMW PGA Championship

After finishing T-35 in the event, McIlroy flew to Belfast to have a MRI which revealed he hadn't further exacerbated an injury first experienced at the BWM South African Open in January. The four-time major victor said he would now concentrate on preparing for the US Open in June. The four-time major winner's next scheduled appearance is at The Memorial from June 1-4, which is now his only planned appearance ahead of next month's US Open at Erin Hills. Lire la suite »

To Trump supporters, the real story is about leaks, sabotage


President Donald Trump's maiden global trip, a five-stop marathon across the Middle East and Europe, has long loomed as a crucial first test overseas for the chaos-courting president. If the President wants to, he can use the trip as a way to break out of a debilitating period for his administration, to try to win some positive headlines for a change and even to engineer a morale boost for himself. Lire la suite »

Colorado governor pardons man facing deportation


DENVER | Colorado's governor on Friday pardoned an Aurora man and Cuban immigrant who had been mistakenly freed from prison, returned and then set free this week only to be held by immigration authorities for deportation. The governor's pardon is a significant boost for Lima-Marin, and Brauchler challenged it in a press release from his DA office hours within hours. Cuba only accepts deportations on a case-by-case basis so there's not guarantee he will be sent there. Lire la suite »

MI5 opened file on Jeremy Corbyn amid concerns over his IRA links


We opened a temporary file and did a preliminary investigation. It was then decided whether we should open a permanent file'. A file would be opened on "someone who sympathises with a certain group, or is friends with a specific person" and the objective was to "assess whether the person was a threat", the source added. Lire la suite »

Une photo de famille et des directives pour les nouveaux ministres français


Deux nouveaux ministres qui faisaient partie du gouvernement sortant. Autour de la table du Conseil, outre Emmanuel Macron et Édouard Philippe , ont pris place 18 ministres et quatre secrétaires d'État. Les nombreux socialistes entrés dans ce nouveau gouvernement achèvent aussi d'affaiblir le PS. "Cautions de gauche mais Matignon et Bercy à droite", a tweeté le premier secrétaire du parti Jean-Christophe Cambadélis dans une première réaction. Lire la suite »

Joe Lieberman front-runner for FBI director post, Trump says

The front-runner is reportedly Joe Lieberman , a four-term Democratic senator from CT. Joe Lieberman was one of his top picks after meeting with the latter Thursday. Lieberman's past law enforcement experience would mainly come from his time as Connecticut Attorney General from 1983 to 1989. "If they wanted me, I certainly would be honoured, but I really don't think that's going to happen", Mr Keating, 73, told the newspaper after his interview. Lire la suite »

President Trump, King Salman meet in Riyadh


In another development, the Washington Post said a current White House official close to Trump was a significant "person of interest" in the investigation into possible ties between Trump's presidential campaign previous year and Russian Federation. Lire la suite »

Philippe à l'Elysée pour boucler avec Macron le gouvernement


Le chef de l'État devait présider dans l'après-midi un Conseil de défense. Dans un proche avenir, l'agenda présidentiel prévoit une visite de M. Macron auprès des troupes françaises au Mali, probablement vendredi, un déjeuner le 25 mai avec le président américain Donald Trump en marge du sommet de l'Otan à Bruxelles, avant le sommet du G7 en Sicile les 26 et 27. Lire la suite »

At least 15 injured in Mohmand grenade attacks


In the blast, 11 of a family were injured including six males and five females. In another Shabqadar area of Zarif Kor, a school was attacked that left a student and a security guard wounded. After the attacks, the police have started search operation to trace the miscreants involved in the attack. The attack injured eight people, all of them women and children, as they slept in the courtyard of their home, political administration officials said. Lire la suite »

Ebola Returns to the Democratic Republic of Congo

Now, a case of Ebola has again been confirmed in the country-and public health officials taking the threat seriously. The last outbreak, in 2014, killed 49 people. The virus is passed from animals to humans and can spread quickly through a community via contact with an infected person's broken skin, mucous membranes, and bodily fluids like blood. Lire la suite »

How to protect yourself against ransomware

The government is not legally bound to notify at-risk companies. They also recommend administrators block legacy file sharing protocols on their network. Before that though, it is worth noting that in the days following the incident the government faced criticism , with NHS sources claiming that under-funding and the use of the outdated Microsoft system, Windows XP , were major contributory factors for the malware taking hold. Lire la suite »

A&E restrictions lifted after cyber attack on NHS

A divert remains in place for trauma, stroke and urgent heart attack treatment, where diagnostic services are required, at the Lister Hospital, part of East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust (Midlands & East). Services are returning to normal, but some places are still having problems. He added: "Although we have never seen anything on this scale when it comes to ransomware attacks, they are relatively common and there are things that you can do, that everyone can do, all of us can do, to ... Lire la suite »

Labour's Emily Thornberry 'wrong' over Trident review


Ms Thornberry's comments were publicly disowned by Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffith, who said Labour's Trident policy was "settled". Asked if Ms Thornberry was wrong, Ms Griffith said: "Indeed". "What it is not about is actually questioning whether we would have a Trident nuclear deterrent because we settled that a year ago", she added. The party's manifesto states: "Labour supports the renewal of the Trident nuclear deterrent. Lire la suite »

Trump administration kickstarts Nafta renegotiation


Lighthizer told reporters, "As a starting point for negotiations , we should build on what has worked in Nafta and change and improve what has not". American suppliers would have a much harder time getting contracts with Mexico and Canada. U.S. Wheat Associates and the National Association of Wheat Growers are also hoping for caution in the upcoming negotiations. Lire la suite »

Iran election: Hassan Rouhani on course for second term


Oil sales have rebounded since the nuclear deal took effect in January previous year, but growth in the rest of the economy has been limited, leaving unemployment at 12.5 percent overall, and at nearly 30 percent among young people. He promised to heal the wounds of the previous presidential vote in 2009, when mass reformist protests were violently crushed after the disputed the re-election of hardliner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Lire la suite »

House panel seeking documents about Comey ouster

A selloff in USA stocks looked set to extend into its second day on Thursday . He joked that some US media were acting like communist newspapers during the Soviet Union and not offering real news. President Trump took to Twitter to slam the Justice Department's decision to appoint Mueller as special counsel to investigate Trump campaign ties with Russian Federation. Lire la suite »

Trump to call for unity in fight vs. radicalism


Now, the president will embark on his big trip carrying the baggage of dire troubles at home - fallout from his firing of FBI Director James Comey, and the appointment of a special counsel to probe the president's campaign ties with Russian Federation. Lire la suite »