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Trump, Cabinet members join in traditional Saudi sword dance

According to a draft of the speech obtained by The Associated Press , Mr Trump will abandon some of the harsh anti-Muslim rhetoric of his campaign when he addresses the leaders of Arab and Muslim nations in Saudi Arabia on Sunday. The festive gathering was part of the extravagant welcome for Trump, his family and senior administration officials during Trump's first foreign trip as president. Lire la suite »

Trump, Cabinet members join in traditional Saudi sword dance

According to a draft of the speech obtained by The Associated Press , Mr Trump will abandon some of the harsh anti-Muslim rhetoric of his campaign when he addresses the leaders of Arab and Muslim nations in Saudi Arabia on Sunday. The festive gathering was part of the extravagant welcome for Trump, his family and senior administration officials during Trump's first foreign trip as president. Lire la suite »

Un discours sur l'islam particulièrement attendu — Trump

Ce baptême du feu de Donald Trump sur la scène internationale sera tout aussi important en Europe ou au Proche-Orient qu'en politique intérieure, où le président a besoin de soigner son image écornée. Le roi Salmane a serré la main à M. Trump, ainsi qu'à son épouse Melania qui était habillée sobrement d'un pantalon ample à taille haute et d'une chemise à manches longues de couleur noire, avec une large ceinture dorée. Lire la suite »

USA official backs Trump version on Comey firing timing

The Justice Department abruptly appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller Wednesday night as a special counsel to lead a federal investigation into allegations that Donald Trump's campaign collaborated with Russian Federation to sway the 2016 election that put him in the White House. Lire la suite »

Moralisation de la vie publique: 12 propositions sur le bureau de Bayrou


Comme le rappelle l'hebdomadaire, un parti, dès lors qu'il a présenté 50 candidats aux législatives et que chacun a obtenu plus de 1 % des suffrages, peut recevoir 1,42 euros par voix. Pendant sa campagne, François Fillon a été visé par des accusations d'emplois fictifs de son épouse, et des soupçons de conflit d'intérêt via sa société de conseil. Lire la suite »

Iran's president trounces hard-liner to secure second term

Iran's incumbent President Hassan Rouhani had a commanding 58 percent lead over his rivals in an initial and partial count of votes in the election, according to official figures announced Saturday morning. Tillerson also said he hopes Rouhani will end Iran's ballistic missile tests and restore the rights of free speech and assembly to Iran's citizens. Lire la suite »

Pressure mounts on Trump as Comey agrees to testify

President Trump was hit with another set of Russia-related allegations late Friday moments after departing on his first foreign trip as commander-in-chief, with one report claiming the president trash-talked James Comey in a meeting with Moscow dignitaries and another saying the Russian Federation probe has reached a current White House official. Lire la suite »

New US strike in Syria undermines anti-terrorism effort: Russian official

The airstrikes on Thursday mark the first time the U.S. military has deliberately hit pro-government forces in response to a threat against Western troops. "Any real effort to combat terrorism and to limit the Iranian in the interest of the Syrian people and the people of the region and worldwide peace and security", said Nasr Hariri, who represents the opposition at the Geneva talks. Lire la suite »

United Nations chief condemns DPR Korea's ballistic missile launch


China has strongly opposed THAAD, saying it can spy into its territory, and South Korean companies have been hit in China by a nationalist backlash over the deployment. "We are calling on all those folks in the region, particularly China and Russian Federation, to do everything they can in terms of sanctions to help resolve this situation and bring stability to the peninsula", White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters Monday. Lire la suite »

James Comey to testify in public session

The White House has been thrown into turmoil by a succession of stunning allegations against the president this week, including that he may have obstructed justice by asking Comey to drop an investigation into one of his top advisors. "Moreover, the American people deserve an opportunity to hear it". The Flynn Intel Group was paid for research on Fethullah Gulen, a cleric who Turkey's current president believes was responsible for a coup attempt last summer. Lire la suite »

Britain Threatens to Quit Brexit Talks if EU Demands €100bn 'Divorce Bill'


In a separate interview, May told the Telegraph that she wanted past contributions to the bloc to be taken into account when working out one of the thorniest issues of the divorce: how much Britain should pay to Brussels when it leaves. The Brexit Secretary told The Sunday Times negotiations would be plunged into "crisis" from the start because the European Union refused to discuss a trade deal until Britain agreed to pay the "Brexit bill". Lire la suite »

Isaiah Thomas Ruled Out For Rest Of Playoffs

A femoral-acetabular impingement means that the ball joint in the hip socket is not moving freely around the cup in which it resides. The Cavaliers lead the series, 2-0. Thomas scored just two points from the free throw line in the first half and missed all six of his shots from the field. This despite the death of his sister on the eve of the first-round series against Chicago, an emotional blow that also took a physical toll through the cross-country travel to Washington state so he could ... Lire la suite »

Kim Jong Un Launches His Second Missile In A Week


That missile travelled about 500 kilometres before crashing into the sea, according to South Korean and USA officials. "All of these factors would make it much harder to find and preemptively destroy the Pukguksong-2", Schilling wrote in a note for 38 North, a website dedicated to North Korea, after the February launch. Lire la suite »

Rouhani, a man of the Islamic Revolution, opens Iran to West

After his victory Saturday, he said after invoking the name of God: "With more than 41 million of your votes, you have pulled out the history of our country away from inertia and doubt". That compared with 39.8 percent for his main challenger, Raisi, a conservative judge who was widely backed by religious conservatives and supports a strict enforcement of Shariah law. Lire la suite »

N.Korea fires missile into waters off east coast


Experts said that rocket flew higher and for a longer time than any other missile previously tested by North Korea, and that it could one day reach targets as far away as Hawaii and Alaska. Kim Heung-kwang, a former computer science professor in North Korea, told Reuters that the cyberattacks allegedly by North Korea are the handiwork of Unit 180, aimed at raising money. Lire la suite »

PM arrives in Saudi Arabia to attend 1st US-Arab-Islamic Summit

According to copies of the speech acquired by AP, Trump will say: "This is not a battle between different faiths, different sects or different civilisations". That speech was denounced by many Republicans and criticized by a number of the United States' Middle East allies as being a sort of apology. On Saturday, the Foreign Office clarified following media reports aired on the contrary that the "full agenda" of the summit will not leave time for the premier to hold bilateral meetings with ... Lire la suite »

Chaffetz unsure if Comey documents exist


Chaffetz tweeted that the House oversight panel will see Comey's memo "if it exists". Chaffetz is the chair of the committee that has promised to look into Trump's ties to Russian Federation. The White House did not dispute the accuracy of those quotes. Liberals said that he did not go after the incoming administration with almost the vigor used against the prior Democratic administration. Lire la suite »

Une jeune fille tirée dans l'eau par une otarie — C.-B


Tellement proche qu'après avoir été appelé par une partie du groupe, le lion de mer attrape une petite fille par la robe avec sa gueule et la tire dans les eaux du Pacifique (à 1'35 sur la vidéo ). Selon lui, le comportement de l'animal prouve qu'il a l'habitude d'être nourri et il estime qu'il a probablement confondu la robe de la fillette avec de la nourriture. Lire la suite »

France: Nicolas Hulot confirme l'objectif de réduction du nucléaire


Sur le nucléaire, Nicolas Hulot a concédé qu'on ne pouvait "se passer" de cette énergie, mais a plaidé pour "une vision" dans le sens de la transition énergétique. Cette fermeture doit intervenir au moment de la mise en service du réacteur de nouvelle génération EPR de Flamanville, dans le nord-ouest, prévue en 2019, mais elle est contestée par des élus régionaux et les syndicats de l'électricien EDF. Lire la suite »

Erdogan elected as Turkey ruling party's chairman


Such sweeping political changes, Erdogan says, are vital to ensure stability in Turkey as it battles Kurdish and Islamist militants and after an attempted coup previous year that Ankara attributed to supporters of US -based cleric Fethullah Gulen. Lire la suite »

North Korea tests another missile; Seoul says dashes hopes for peace


Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told a news conference a protest had been lodged with North Korea. Abe said the country's repeated missile launches "trample on the efforts by the worldwide community" to work toward a peaceful solution to the situation on the Korean Peninsula, Kyodo News quoted Abe as saying. Lire la suite »