Dimanche, 30 Avril 2017
Latest news
Home » Globale


François Hollande "votera pour Emmanuel Macron"


Si la candidate frontiste est arrivée deuxième au niveau national avec 21,30 % des voix, Marine Le Pen a obtenu les faveurs des électeurs de Genlis, une commune de 5400 habitants au sud-est de Dijon. " C'est vrai qu'en interne, c'est une véritable déception ", assure Valérie Igounet, historienne spécialiste de l'extrême droite. Les marchés financiers, à commencer par la Bourse de Paris qui évoluait au plus haut depuis janvier 2008, ont salué par de très fortes hausses sa performance au ... Read More »

Supreme Court lets 2nd execution proceed

His death warrant expires at midnight. U.S. District Judge Kristine Baker had halted Williams' execution while his attorneys argued whether the night's first execution had gone properly. According to the inmates' attorneys, that's exactly what happened in Jones's execution. The prisoner, who had spent more than two decades on death row, had been pushed into the death chamber in a wheelchair having had one leg amputated as a result of diabetes. Read More »

Taco Bell to start serving beer in Canada


The Mexican-style fast-food chain says its flagship Toronto location on Queen Street West will be the first store to serve a selection of beer. The franchise, which is known for its budget, Mexican-inspired cuisine, now operates 170 locations in Canada but plans to increase that number to 700 over the next five to 10 years, according to the Financial Post . Read More »

American Astronaut Breaks Space Record

President Donald Trump will speak to Whitson from the Oval Office, along with his daughter Ivanka and NASA astronaut Kate Rubins. The objective of the orbital linkup from the Oval Office was to recognize Whitson's new status as the USA record-holder for most cumulative time in space - "534 days and counting", Trump noted. Read More »

Dems launch pro-Ossoff ad blitz in Georgia

Ossoff, a former congressional staffer and documentary filmmaker, ran on a pledge to "Make Trump Furious". The leadership of the Democratic party quickly jumped behind the message with several high-dollar fundraisers hosted by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and New Jersey Democratic Sen. Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 more expensive to manufacture than iPhone 7, Google Pixel

He confirmed the Google Play app "will be the default music player and music service on new Samsung phones and tablets globally". Samsung's team-up with Google for Google Play Music means several important things. When Bixby officially launches this spring, users will be able to use voice commands to control music playback and play their favorite song or genre. Read More »

One Of Congress' Most Powerful Figures Isn't Running For Re-election


But despite the criticism and missteps, Chaffetz downplayed suggestions that he is leaving Congress due to political pressure. "I'd be thrilled to have a television relationship", he said. Chaffetz's district is among the most Republican in the country, and the lawmaker has won reelection with at least 70 percent of the vote four times in a row, Politico reported . Read More »

Russia to supply power to rebel-controlled eastern Ukraine

Ukraine has announced the decision to stop supplying power to Luhansk because it accumulated more than $97m in unpaid electricity charges, and local news media reported the supply was cut off close to midnight on Monday. The Luhansk Information Center reported the power supply was cut at 11:40 p.m. Monday but said it was restored thanks to local sources of power in the separatist areas. Read More »

V.P. Mike Pence says U.S. will honor refugee deal with Australia


Trump's election, Australia would transfer up to 1,250 refugees now held in offshore detention centers on the Pacific Island nation of Nauru and Papua New Guinea's Manus Island to the United States. Outside Kirribilli House, on Sydney Harbour, armed US Secret Service agents patrolled the streets as the Turnbull and Pence families enjoyed morning tea. Read More »

Turkey Arrests Dozens Over Referendum Protests


A woman stands as she uses her cell phone at Taksim square in Istanbul , Tuesday, April 18, 2017. The High Electoral Board announced in a written statement its decision by a 10-1 vote to reject three requests by the opposition. Global election monitors, including the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, have expressed concern over the way the vote was carried out. Read More »

Le vote de Fillon pour Macron, une "trahison" juge Le Pen

A défaut d'obtenir des soutiens d'élus LR , Marine Le Pen a eu "une pensée pour les électeurs de François Fillon", victimes selon elle d'une "trahison" du candidat qui a appelé dès dimanche soir à voter pour le candidat d'En Marche! A destination des électeurs du leader de la France insoumise, elle s'est posée en candidate de la " régulation", contre Emmanuel Macron partisan " du libre-échange total ". Read More »

Small firms raise fresh European Union worker concerns


Over half of Britain's small businesses are concerned about being able to grow their business and access workers with the right skills after Brexit, according to a new survey from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). According to Cherry, small firms feared they would lose skilled staff who would be hard to replace if this was not done. "This means having sensible transitional arrangements first, followed by the phased implementation of a new immigration system", she said. Read More »

Le Pen à l'attaque sur le terrain, Macron consulte

Qualifiée au second tour de la présidentielle, mais largement distancée dans les sondages par son adversaire Emmanuel Macron, Marine Le Pen a deux semaines pour marquer les esprits. Le scrutin de dimanche a vu l'élimination des deux partis dominant la vie politique depuis quarante ans: le parti gaulliste, aujourd'hui Les Républicains, et le Parti socialiste. Read More »

N.K. marks military anniversary with war rhetoric against U.S.

Kim Hong Kyun, special representative for Korean Peninsula peace and security affairs at the South Korean Foreign Ministry, told reporters the officials agreed that the three countries will maximize their pressure on the North, and that they "discussed taking punitive actions" if Pyongyang conducts further provocative acts. Read More »

Election 2017: Pro-EU campaigners draw up hit list of Brexit MPs

Senior Tory MPs have quit the pro-EU campaign group Open Britain after it published an election hit list of Brexiteer MPs - most of whom are Conservatives. "Open Britain represents activists from all political persuasions who want to campaign against a hard Brexit and for a continued close relationship with Europe". Read More »