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French overseas territories begin presidential voting

From Friday midnight, candidates and pollsters will go silent for what France's election law calls a "period of reflection" until voting ends at 8 p.m. Jugele was among the officers who responded to the gun-and-bomb attack on Paris' Bataclan concert hall on November 13, 2015. There have also been attacks on a satirical weekly and a kosher store. Read More »

Bandai Namco's New Game is "Code Vein" from the "God Eater" Team


According to the translated version, the development of Code Vein is now at 35 percent, which means that players will have to wait a little longer for the official release . Revenants have traded their memories for powerful abilities and an unrelenting thirst for blood. Failure to control that bloodlust will have you turn into one of the Lost, a creature that has thoroughly discarded their humanity. Read More »

Cyber crime hits nearly half of businesses, study finds


Of the organisations, 60% faced situations that had a "tangible impact" on their businesses due to either an attempted or successful break-in. "Nearly half of all United Kingdom businesses have identified a breach or attack in the last 12 months". Read More »

United States 'not trying to pick a fight' with North Korea

North Korea last Saturday tried and failed to launch a missile from its submarine base at Sinpo off its eastern coast, the latest in a series of missile tests that violate United Nations sanctions against the North. The 15-member Security Council traditionally condemns all launches by Pyongyang. The Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper of the North's ruling Workers' Party, did not mince its words. Read More »

Nebraska senators debate Ricketts-backed tax package


Lawmakers are scheduled to debate the measure Friday. LB 461 would reduce the state's top individual and corporate income tax rates by almost a full percentage point in increments of a tenth of a point in years when revenue is projected to increase more than 3.5%. Read More »

Idaho unemployment drops to 3.5 percent


The percentage of union members in 2016 was up slightly from 2006. Its unemployment rate increased from 5.2 percent in February to 5.6 percent last month. If those working part time and the discouraged Arkansans who didn't seek work are included, the state's unemployment rate is above 7 percent, Shelnutt said. Read More »

Fresh Sushil salvo: Lalu family has Rs 115 cr benami property


A government probe report has dismissed corruption in the purchase of soil for Patna zoo, giving relief to RJD president Lalu Prasad and his family who had been charged by BJP with being involved in it. "At least 98% shares in the A B Exports are now owned by Lalu's younger son and Bihar deputy CM Tejashwi Prasad Yadav", Modi said on Saturday. Delight Marketing Company Private Ltd was re-christened as "LARA Projects Private Limited" in which Rabri Devi, Tejaswi and Tej Pratap were ... Read More »

Archaeologists discover 3500-year-old tombs in Egypt


Egyptian archaeologists in Luxor have discovered a massive ancient tomb in the city's west bank area dating back to the 18th Dynasty. Egypt's antiquities minister, Jaled al Anani, described the tomb as an "important discovery" because the collection of artefacts is nearly completely undamaged. Read More »

Pence reaffirms US-Australia alliance after Trump dispute

Pence said at Mr. Turnbull's harbourside official residence in Sydney . He said the "eyes of the world are on Beijing". Pence said the USA believes that it will be possible to achieve its objective of ending North Korea's nuclear program peacefully, largely with the help of China. Read More »

Législatives 2017: Aliou Sall n'a pas dit son dernier mot


Dans une déclaration rendue publique samedi dernier, Aliou Sall et Abdoulaye Thimbo, respectivement maire de la ville de Guédiéwaye et de celle de Pikine, par ailleurs coordonnateurs de la coalition Bby et de l'Apr dans ces deux bastions électoraux ont dit leur décision de renoncer aux postes de patron départemental de la coalition présidentielle aux législatives. Read More »

Government Shutdown Looms as Trump Demands Funds for His Border Wall

Trump's presidency is approaching the symbolic 100-day mark, but his GOP allies in Congress have been tempering expectations that the president would emerge as a big victor. And some Republicans are opposed to the wall as well, instead preferring to spend more on technologies such as sensors and drone aircraft to beef up border security. Read More »

Paris gunman spent 14 years in prison


Meanwhile, more details have emerged about the man who opened fire with an automatic rifle on a police van on the Champs-Élysées in central Paris, killing one police officer and wounding two others before he was shot dead by security forces. Read More »

Iran Foreign Minister slams 'worn-out' U.S. nuclear accusations

President Donald Trump, adding to strong criticism of the Iran nuclear deal voiced by his administration, said on Thursday that Tehran is "not living up to the spirit of the agreement". Obama's administrative program offered a reprieve from deportation to those immigrants in the country illegally who could prove they arrived before they were 16, had been in the United States for several years and had not committed a crime since being here. Read More »

The euro is slipping ahead of the French elections

According to a survey released by Elabe on Friday morning, the centrist, independent candidate Emmanuel Macron could lead the first-round voting on Sunday with 24 percent, closely followed by far-right candidate Marine Le Pen with 21.5 percent. Read More »

Trump says dreamers should 'rest easy'; promises 'massive tax cuts'

He also teased that there will be a "big announcement" on tax reform next Wednesday. Mnuchin will have 150 days to recommend action to the president. President Trump today ordered the Treasury Department to conduct reviews of the Dodd-Frank Act's Orderly Liquidation Authority and its process for designating nonbanks as systemically important financial institutions. Read More »

French overseas territories begin voting for new president


According to records, he had already been to jail four times for theft, attempted murder and violence. Police patrol at the Trocadero near the Eiffel Tower after a policeman was killed and two others were wounded in a shooting incident in Paris , France, April 21, 2017 . Read More »

1 dead, 1 missing in Lake Murray boat crash in SC


Divers are trying to find a second person, said Robert McCullough, spokesman for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources. Houston police were called to the scene in Huffman, near Cry Baby Lane, about 2:20 p.m. Two people, one from each boat, were transported to a local hospital for treatment. The names of the victims have not been released at this time and the Lexington County Coroner's office is performing the autopsy. Read More »

Jason Chaffetz announces he won't run for office in 2018


Chaffetz told the station he will get a job in the private sector, but didn't say what that would be. Possible successors to Cheffetz as House oversight chairman other than Jordan include Reps. While Chaffetz's decision removes a high-profile foe of House Democrats, the seat he will vacate does not appear ripe for pickup. Chaffetz won the Utah House seat after defeating fellow Republican Chris Cannon in a primary run-off election. Read More »

Funeral Plans Announced in CT for Aaron Hernandez

Hernandez's lawyer, Jose Baez, and former agent, Brian Murphy, had both said Wednesday that they didn't think it was likely that the former Patriots tight end had killed himself. Another one of Hernandez's alleged homosexual relationships, with a former high school classmate, was a key piece of the investigation into Lloyd's murder, the report says. Read More »

Pakistan's PM Sharif faces further investigation


Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's political future hangs in the balance with the country's Supreme Court giving a split verdict in favour of him on corruption allegations against his family members but at the same time directing the government to set up a joint investigation team (JIT) to probe the allegations. Read More »

President Trump to vist Snap-on in Kenosha


Trump is planning to visit the national headquarters of tool company Snap-on. Trump spokesman Sean Spicer said Monday that the president will deliver that message during his stop at Snap-on Kenosha. The president is expected to speak Tuesday at the Snap-on company in Kenosha. Canada has made a decision to impose import taxes on ultra-filtered milk, a protein liquid concentrate used to make cheese. Read More »