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Un pays gangrené par la corruption — Brésil

Un nouveau séisme a secoué, mercredi 17 mai, la politique brésilienne, visant directement le président conservateur Michel Temer . Le but était d'acheter le silence de l'ancien chef des députés Eduardo Cunha. Plusieurs membres de l'opposition ont appelé à la démission dont le Parti des travailleurs, formation politique de Dilma Rousseff. Le député Alessandro Molon, du parti Rede (centre-gauche), un des signataires, a pour sa part déposé une demande officielle de destitution. Lire la suite »

Le Président menacé d'impeachment — Brésil

Une manifestation a également eu lieu à Sao Paulo pour réclamer des élections anticipées. Le Parti des travailleurs ( la formation politique de Mme Rousseff ) vient de cosigner avec quatre autres formations d'opposition une pétition publique pour obtenir la démission du chef d'Etat brésilien. Lire la suite »

White House lawyers research impeachment, sources say


I will not be moved. Santorum added that the White House is trying to "change the narrative" by focusing on Trump's first foreign trip as President to the Middle East, and "hopefully that will begin to give some comfort to Republicans that he's actually interested in being president and doing something positive for the country". Lire la suite »

Saudi king slams Iran as ´spearhead of global terrorism´


Drive them out of your places of worship. " Drive them out of your holy land". He added that the United States was prepared to stand with those leaders in the fight against extremists, but that those countries should take the lead, urging them to drive extremists "out of your places of worship". Lire la suite »

Graduates walk out on Pence at Notre Dame commencement

Pence is the former Governor of Indiana. "I think that respecting the office is important", Henegan said . The walkout was organized by the left-wing student group WeStaNDFor, who began planning the protest after Pence was announced as the speaker in March. Lire la suite »

Trump to address 'crisis of Islamist extremism'


Mrs Trump visited a school . He is unlikely to do so in his speech, focusing instead on a centrepiece of his foreign policy: tackling jihadism and its disciples like the Islamic State group and Al-Qaeda. "First that means jobs" he said, adding "it also means frankly great security back here which we want". Later, sitting next to Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Trump said the two will discuss "the purchase of lots of attractive military equipment, because nobody makes it ... Lire la suite »

A glance at Trump family's visit to Saudi Arabia


It's an interesting conundrum given the lack of rights women face in Saudi Arabia; for one, they're not allowed to drive, which is a huge impediment to things like running businesses. During the campaign, Trump (along with Ted Cruz and others) portrayed Barack Obama's refusal to say "radical Islamic terrorism" as central to a failure to defeat terrorism. Lire la suite »

North Korea continues to threaten United States, its allies: White House


North Korean officials claim the recent launch is proof that the nation is capable of delivering a nuclear warhead that could possibly reach the USA or its allies. Meanwhile, the United States has also urged China to use its influence over North Korea to de-escalate tensions. It is meant to defend against North Korean missiles. Lire la suite »

Drive extremists out, Trump urges Muslim nations

President Donald Trump, right, holds a bilateral meeting with Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, Sunday, May 21, 2017, in Riyadh . Upon arrival in the country Saturday, Trump was greeted "by Saudi King Salman, a red carpet, royal guards, trumpeters and a jet flyover with red white and blue contrails", as NPR's Tamara Keith reported. Lire la suite »

Manning released from United States military prison


Previously known as Bradley Manning, the former intelligence analyst in Iraq said she wanted to expose what she considered to be the us military's disregard of the effects of war on civilians. She said Manning's exact location would be kept under wraps for her own security and privacy. Manning's lawyers have said Manning was subjected to violence in prison and argued the military mistreated her by requiring her to serve her sentence in an all-male prison, restricting her physical and ... Lire la suite »

Nicola Sturgeon faces nurse forced to use foodbanks during first Scottish debate


The Scottish Tory leader urged the first minister to ditch her desperate plans to drag Scotland out of the Union during the fiery exchange. Ms Sturgeon insisted on Saturday that her position on a referendum has not changed, while Mr Robertson told the BBC: "Of course there will be a referendum because the people have determined that we should have a choice about our future". Lire la suite »

Dem Lawmaker To Call For Trump's Impeachment This Morning On House Floor


While the president also said today he is close to naming a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director and signs are pointing to former Democratic Senator Joe Lieberman. Perhaps most importantly during his speech, Green brought the American people back into the picture, who have seemed to have become more of an afterthought than a priority in the current political system. Lire la suite »

Iran's re-elected Rouhani vows 'no' to extremism

Mr Rouhani supports the landmark deal with world powers to curb Iran's nuclear programme. Rouhani won Friday's presidential election by securing an absolute majority of the votes. Still, Rouhani's reelection - combined with reformist candidates' strong showing in last year's parliamentary elections - represents an expression of popular will that Khamenei may be forced to accommodate. Lire la suite »

N.Korea Suspected in Global Ransomware Attack

And previous year, the group was accused of stealing $81 million from a bank in Bangladesh. Some suspect a group known as Lazarus, believed to be a mixture of North Korean hackers operating in cahoots with Chinese "cyber-mercenaries". How the WannaCry malware works. It encrypted users' computer files and displayed a message demanding $300 to $600 worth of the digital currency bitcoin to release them; failure to pay would leave the data scrambled and likely beyond fix. Lire la suite »

Thompson takes wire-to-wire win at Kingsmill


That wasn't the only sizable putt Thompson sank en route to the eighth win of her career, the first of which came at the 2011 Navistar LPGA Classic when she was only 16, then the youngest victor of an LPGA event (a mark since claimed by Lydia Ko). Lire la suite »

Plus de 50 morts dans une attaque de l'EI (ONG) — Syrie


Plus de 50 personnes ont été tuées jeudi dans une attaque du groupe jihadiste Etat islamique (EI) contre deux villages prorégime de la province de Hama, dans le centre de la Syrie, a affirmé une ONG. Pour Guennadi Gatilov, ces négociations doivent se concentrer sur "la mise en place des zones de désescalade ", prévues par un accord signé à Astana le 4 mai et qui a déjà permis une réduction relative des combats dans plusieurs régions du pays. Lire la suite »

Russian Federation investigation identifies White House official as person of interest


The president told NBC News' Lester Holt that the Russian Federation investigation played a role in his decision to fire Comey, which he said he made unilaterally, contradicting the initial White House justification for his ouster. Vice President Pence even said repeatedly that Russian Federation was "not what this is about". Democrats said the new stories underscore their belief that Trump fired Comey in order to shut down the Russian Federation probe. Lire la suite »

Jeb Bush says stop tweeting Trump chaos president


For all his many faults, Jeb Bush was among the few candidates for the Republican candidates for President past year who actually spoke out against Donald Trump early and often. Sitting next to Bush on stage, Valerie Jarrett , former top White House adviser to President Barack Obama , criticized the all-male working group writing the health care reform bill in the Senate. Lire la suite »

Congressman Al Green has been threatened with lynching

Green told those gathered at the southwest Houston meeting that he would not be intimidated: " We are not going to allow this to cause us to deviate from what we believe to be the right thing to do and that is to proceed with the impeachment of President Trump ". Lire la suite »

Up to 300 businessmen to join President Duterte in Russia

During his visit to the cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg, Duterte is expected to sign agreements on defense cooperation, military and technical cooperation, a treaty on mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, a treaty on extradition, and a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in the field of security between the two countries' national security councils. Lire la suite »