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President Trump welcomed at Riyadh airport reception


Ivanka Trump will travel with the president to Saudi Arabia, Israel and Italy on his upcoming foreign trip, a White House official said. "We have enuf enemies", Trump tweeted in 2015. Trump arrived in Riyadh besieged by the fallout from his firing of FBI Director James Comey and more revelations about the federal investigations into his election campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation. Lire la suite »

China criticises US actions for hindering global effort to fight cyber crime

Stock exchanges - the BSE and the NSE - have advised trading members to undertake "appropriate actions" tackle any threat from the ransomware WannaCry , which has hit computers and networks across the world. On Monday, at least 45,000 computers across the globe continued to be held hostage by malware called WannaCrypt (also known as WannaCryptor and WannaCry ). Lire la suite »

FBI's Russian Federation investigation now includes at least one current White House official


He expanded on that in a news conference: "I respect the move, but the entire thing has been a witch hunt ". As late as March Wittes says , "Trump was still trying to get [Comey] on board". Angus King, I-Maine. One of the attendees, speaking on condition of anonymity, described Rosenstein as anxious and nervous and said he drank multiple glasses of water "and spilled one". Lire la suite »

Just In: President Buhari Receives Chibok Girls At Aso Rock

Military and civilian militia sources in the town of Banki, on the border with Cameroon, said the girls had left for Borno state capital Maiduguri on board six military helicopters at 6:10 am (0510 GMT). "The president has said that as numerous girls are alive, his administration will strive to get them back", Adesina told Al Jazeera. "Unfortunately, when they were brought back, the Federal Government didn't give us access and we said that was okay, all we wanted was access between the girls ... Lire la suite »

China calls on US, North Korea to end nuclear standoff


Haley previously indicated that new sanctions could target oil, a critical import for North Korea mainly from China, and she said Tuesday the United States also wants sanctions on organizations and businesses in third countries that are helping Pyongyang. Lire la suite »

Congressman Al Green calls for impeachment on floor of Congress


Let me emphasize that I am not arguing against pursuing the truth about possible Russian collusion through a special prosecutor, nor against holding Trump responsible for financial conflicts of interest. The White House has denied the report. "No one ought to rush to embrace the most extraordinary remedy that involves the removal of the president form office". Lire la suite »

North Korea inches closer to striking the United States mainland


The North has vowed to develop a missile mounted with a nuclear warhead that can strike the mainland United States, saying the programme is necessary to counter USA aggression. South Korea can not pursue dialogue and confrontation with Pyongyang simultaneously, the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said on Friday. Lire la suite »

Après le limogeage du patron du FBI, Washington en état de crise

Défendant le congédiement, des responsables de la Maison-Blanche ont soutenu que la confiance du président envers James Comey diminuait depuis des mois, avant de suggérer que M. En outre, James Comey aurait réclamé la semaine dernière au ministère de la Justice des moyens supplémentaires pour l'enquête de ses agents, selon des médias. Lire la suite »

Danny DeVito urges United Kingdom to vote Corbyn

In the run-up to last year's U.S. election he urged people not to vote for Donald Trump. In the build up to the USA elections DeVito was a vocal supporter of left-wing Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, viewed as an outsider for the presidency. Lire la suite »

November 7 election for Chaffetz seat; Packed GOP field forming

A poll shows most Utahns disapprove of Donald Trump's job performance as president, but the numbers haven't changed from election day 2016. Thursday, Rep. U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz speaks with reporters at his home Thursday, May 18, 2017, in Alpine, Utah. The five-term congressman rescinded his endorsement of Trump a year ago after recordings surfaced of the reality show star bragging about groping women, only to hastily re-endorse Trump shortly before the FBI announced it was reviving its ... Lire la suite »

Liberal losses in BC cast doubt on energy projects

Despite the fact we still don't know who the Premier is along with the possibility of a minority government, Clark had plenty of positive things to say about the vote. Along with Weaver's Oak Bay-Gordon Head seat, the Greens picked up Cowichan Valley and Saanich North and Islands. British Columbians voted today for proportional representation. Lire la suite »

From U.S. House floor, Texas Democrat calls for Trump's impeachment

Comey claimed in the memo that Trump said "I hope you can let this go", referring to the Flynn probe, according to CNN sources who described the document. The Senate then considers the case with the chief justice of the United States presiding. The recent news about Mr Trump has intensified concerns, Mr Bonifaz suggested, drawing more people to sign the petition. Lire la suite »

Trump comes to Israel, accompanied by chaos

The restrictions would aim to inflict damage in the same way that blocking money transfers did before Iran signed the 2015 agreement to curtail its nuclear program, said Michael Oren, a deputy cabinet minister to Netanyahu and his former ambassador to the U.S. Lire la suite »

Justice Official Knew Trump Would Fire Comey, Senators Say

Burr, R-N.C., the chairman of the committee. Sen. Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill said Rosenstein told senators that he knew Comey would be fired before he wrote his letter accusing him of missteps as Federal Bureau of Investigation director, including his handling of an election-year probe into Clinton's use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. Lire la suite »

Trump likely to keep pressure on Iran after Rouhani election win


But he faces a stark challenge from US President Donald Trump, who has threatened to tear up the nuclear deal and re-impose sanctions. Officials said more than 40 million Iranians voted in the May 19 election - a turnout of more than 70 percent, roughly similar to the showing in the 2013 elections. Lire la suite »

Texas congressman receives threats over call for impeachment

Schiff said that "the country has to believe that the series of conduct is such that this president can not continue in office" before they seriously consider impeachment proceedings. Trump's predecessor Barack Obama had an approval rating of 64 percent at this point in his presidency. The allegations swirling around President Trump - from contacts with Russian officials during the presidential campaign and sharing classified information with them once in office, to asking FBI Director James ... Lire la suite »

No, your Apple computer isn't immune from ransomware

David Atch, CyberX Labs' vice president for research, said he believes some of the sites he's found are especially vulnerable because utilities tend to run older systems that can't updated or patched . How can we avoid ransomware attacks? A cyber-attack that hit 150 countries since Friday should be treated by governments around the world as a "wake-up call", Microsoft has said. Lire la suite »

Ferry between Russia and North Korea starts regular service


The passenger ferry will make the trip four times a month. "These are Russian citizens, who are returning from North Korea , and tourists from China", said Mikhail Khmel, deputy director general of Investstroytrest , quoted by TASS. Japan, whose territorial waters have been violated by some North Korean missile tests, expressed concern about the development. The Mangyongbong will shuttle between Rajin and Vladivostok once a week. Lire la suite »

Judge rules city owns City Park, can remove Beauregard monument


The statues slated to come down next include the Robert E. Lee statue at Lee Circle and the P.G.T. Beauregard equestrian statue on Esplanade Avenue at the entrance to City Park. "What fueled it in New Orleans was how prominent they were in the city". Police barricaded off the area near the monument as officers pushed protesters to the opposite side of the street. Lire la suite »

What's In The US' New Deals With Saudi Arabia?


First lady Melania Trump and first daughter Ivanka Trump arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Saturday morning sporting an absence of headscarves. But two years ago, then-citizen Trump criticized then-first lady Michelle Obama's decision to go bare-headed on a January 2015 visit with her husband. Lire la suite »

LSU claims SEC West championship


Even if LSU doesn't win the overall SEC championship, they've put themselves in good position to be a national seed. This game not only ended State's chances at a SEC West title, but likely ended their hopes at hosting a regional as well. Kramer Robertston had three hits and three runs scored. A RBI ground out and a double plated three in the inning. LSU was only able to plate one run, but it would signs of what to come over the next two innings. Lire la suite »

US, Saudi Arabia sign historic weapons deal worth almost $110 billion


General Dynamics - The U.S. defense contractor has agreed to localize 50 percent of design, engineering, manufacturing, and support of armored combat vehicles in Saudi Arabia. defense and cyber leader Raytheon will form Raytheon Arabia to focus on programs to create Saudi capabilities to provide defense, aerospace, and security capabilities on its own. Lire la suite »

France pledges renewed support for Mali in fight against terrorism


Macron said he had discussed the security situation in Mali with German Chancellor Angela Merkel during his visit to Berlin earlier this week. "Neither France nor Germany are isolated islands". "I want to strengthen that partnership and make sure that this German commitment, which is already present, can be intensified". The German government earlier this year approved an expansion of the country's military deployment in Mali, with Berlin sending more helicopters to support the United ... Lire la suite »

Twitter leader laments social media role in Trump's election


In an interview published Saturday in The New York Times , Williams discussed the president's March claim to Fox News that "I think that maybe I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for Twitter ". The Wall Street Journal reported that members of his team warned Mr Trump his tweets risked "painting him into a corner" both politically and legally. Lire la suite »

Former FBI Director James Comey Will Testify In Open Session

The hearing will be scheduled after the May 29 Memorial Day holiday, the committee said in a statement. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump, wave as they board Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Friday, May 19, 2017, prior to his departure on his first overseas trip. Lire la suite »