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La Ville de Boucherville lève l'avis d'ébullition d'eau

Les résultats des tests effectués sur le réseau d'aqueduc ont démontré que l'eau était maintenant propre à la consommation. Les citoyens de Boucherville doivent faire bouillir leur eau jusqu'à nouvel ordre . Les autorités affirment que l'eau du robinet non bouillie peut être utilisée pour se doucher, laver des vêtements ou laver la vaisselle à l'eau chaude, en s'assurant de bien l'assécher. Lire la suite »

GE signe avec l'Arabie saoudite des protocoles d'accords pour 15 milliards


Autrement dit, l'armée du royaume, déjà engagée contre les rebelles Haouthis au Yémen, va jouer le rôle de supplétif de l'armée américaine dans la région. Trump avec un slogan "Ensemble, nous triomphons". Si ses prédécesseurs réservaient traditionnellement leur premier déplacement à leur voisin direct - Mexique ou Canada -, l'ex-magnat de l'immobilier a choisi la monarchie pétrolière saoudienne, première étape d'un long périple qui s'achèvera en Europe. Lire la suite »

Iran's Rouhani wins 2nd term by a wide margin

The Saudi Foreign Minister, Adel al-Jubeir, described the election as a "domestic matter", and said Iran was meddling in Arab countries and providing support for the extremist group Al-Qaeda. The re-elected president will also have to navigate a tricky relationship with Washington, which appears at best ambivalent about the nuclear accord signed by former us president Barack Obama. Lire la suite »

US Officials Say N. Korea Missile Test Successful


The President also recently described Kim Jong Un as a "smart cookie", and recently stated that he would be "honored" to meet him under the right circumstances. Kim Jong-un is preparing for a possible USA missile strike by bolstering defences at North Korean military positions, it has emerged. David Wright further believes that North Korea's ICBM fired from the hermit state would take a little over half an hour to reach San Francisco, while Markus Schiller points that Kim could strike ... Lire la suite »

Saudi King presents Trump with top civilian honour

Two years ago Donald Trump, then just a reality TV star with political ambitions, chose to tweet about the First Lady Michelle Obama's decision to not wear a head scarf during a trip to Saudi Arabia. Separately, Comey agreed to testify at an upcoming, open hearing of the Senate intelligence committee, the panel said. By contrast, Trump hails America's friendship with Saudi Arabia, which "stretches back many decades, and covers numerous dimensions". Lire la suite »

Pennsylvania jobless rate bumps up, payrolls shrink in April

St. Johns County hasn't had an unemployment rate above 5 percent since July 2014. More people entered the labor force and more reported having jobs. Rick Scott said. IN was the only state to see a significant decrease in jobs last month. Unemployment was relatively low for all of North Florida . Lire la suite »

Why a Washington visit by Turkey's president might be awkward

President Donald Trump is welcoming Turkey's president to the White House for their first face-to-face meeting Tuesday, even as Turkish officials fumed over a USA decision to arm the Syrian Kurds. The U.S., too, has a wish list for Turkey. Erdogan issued a statement afterward, congratulating Trump for his presidential election victory. Fed up with what he saw as the Obama administration's wishy-washy Syria policy, its unwise alliance with Kurdish "terrorists" and its failure to understand ... Lire la suite »

Firing 'nut job' Comey eased pressure, Trump told Russians

Sen. Chuck GrassleyChuck GrassleyGOP senator wouldn't be "surprised" if Comey forced to cancel testimony Graham "surprised" Comey will testify publicly Grassley "extremely disappointed" Comey won't testify before panel MORE (R-Iowa) said Friday evening he wouldn't be "surprised" if Robert Mueller, the special counsel appointed to oversee the federal Russian Federation investigation, intervened to stop former FBI Director James Comey from publicly testifying on Capitol Hill. Lire la suite »

Trump receives regal welcome in Saudi Arabia

McMaster, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, chief of staff Reince Priebus, chief strategist Steve Bannon, senior advisers Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, press secretary Sean Spicer, and Trump's former bodyguard, Keith Schiller. 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 a year ago and Russian Federation. Lire la suite »

Justice official says he stands by critical memo on Comey

As for the separate report of a “person of interest” under investigation, the Post said the senior White House adviser “under scrutiny” is someone close to the president but did not name the person. "The investigation would have always continued, and obviously, the termination of Comey would not have ended it". Comey had come under fire for his handling of the investigation into Clinton's private email server. Lire la suite »

The story behind Pippa Middleton's wedding dress

They had dated for less than a year - although had briefly been an item in 2012 as well - when he got down on one knee and asked her to marry him. The 35-year-old athlete looked super sharp in his suit while holding hands with wife Mirka at the wedding held at St. Lire la suite »

Chelsea Manning Is Free-but Whistleblowers Still Face Prison


Espionage Act, among other charges. Manning, who was released from prison after serving almost seven years of her 35-year sentence for leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks , posted the photo on Instagram and Twitter. Manning was released early Wednesday from confinement at Kansas' Fort Leavenworth, after having served seven years behind bars for giving classified materials to anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks . Lire la suite »

Saudi Arabia, US companies reach $55 billion in deals

Several jets then flew overhead leaving a red, white and blue trail. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told reporters that Trump's domestic troubles wouldn't hamper his diplomacy. A $110 billion deal in which Saudi Arabia will buy US arms to help it counter Iran, with options for as much as $350 billion over 10 years, was the central achievement of Trump's first day in Riyadh, first stop on a nine-day journey through the Middle East and Europe. Lire la suite »

Jurgen Klopp: Champions League would be icing on the cake for Liverpool


Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said he felt "sad" that his former captain Tony Adams claimed the Frenchman "couldn't coach his way out of a paper bag". We are a much better team even now from the start of the season. Jurgen Klopp heads into the game sweating over the fitness of Roberto Firmino who missed the win over West Ham due to injury. Lire la suite »

US Extends Iran Nuke Deal Sanctions Relief, Imposes New Ballistic Missile Sanctions


Meanwhile, the US Departments of State and Treasury announced to apply new targeted sanctions on individuals and firms helping Iran's banned ballistic missile programme. But Raisi, considered a potential successor to Khamenei, has gained ground by accusing Rouhani of not capitalizing on the agreement and, by extension, blaming him for the deepening poverty and rising unemployment afflicting a country that is awash with oil deals since nuclear sanctions were lifted. Lire la suite »

Row over Trump's Israel policy ahead of visit

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wanted to accompany President Trump to the Western Wall when he visits next week. Adding to this, on Thursday, 15 Iyar, Mr. Separately, Israeli officials reacted angrily to reports in local media that representatives of the U.S. consulate had suggested the Western Wall in east Jerusalem did not belong to Israel. Lire la suite »

FBI probe moves into White House

The Washington Post report underscored the seriousness of the investigation into possible collusion, which was taken over earlier this week by former FBI Director Robert Mueller, who was appointed as a special prosecutor. And insiders claimed conversations between Russian officials which were then picked up by intelligence agencies revealed they regarded Mr Flynn as an ally. Lire la suite »

Sen. Cornyn Tells Trump Administration He's Not Interested in FBI Director Job

In the immediate aftermath of Comey's firing, Cornyn did not take the opportunity to lobby for the position. Cornyn's withdrawal follows that of Rep. "I think the world of John Cornyn , and he would be a great choice in normal times, but we're not living in normal times", Sen. "I told him I was interested in having a conversation and, basically, that's what we did", Cornyn said. Lire la suite »

White House lawyers research impeachment

That said, they believe impeachment will not be immediately called for. Even Democrats have tried to calm impeachment talk out of concern it is premature. Then on Wednesday, the Department of Justice named former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel to investigate alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. Lire la suite »

Comey to testify before Senate intel committee

Burr says the committee wants to hear from Comey on his role in the development of the US intelligence agencies' assessment that Russian Federation interfered in last year's election. Trump also called Comey a "nut job". According to my understanding, the President chose a time when Director Comey was not in Washington causing the Director to learn of his dismissal when he was in a meeting across the country. Lire la suite »