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North Korea threatens 'super-mighty' strike on U.S.

Kim In Ryong told a news conference that "if the USA dares opt for a military action", North Korea "is ready to react to any mode of war desired by the US". "We believe that there is more China can do in terms of sanctions and other economic efforts", Ms Bishop said. And when asked what he plans next, President Trump said, "Wait and see". Read More »

South Korea's ex-president Park charged with bribery

Three people died and dozens were injured in violent protests that broke out in Seoul last month after South Korea's Constitutional Court upheld a parliamentary vote to impeach Park over allegations of corruption and cronyism. South Korea pardoned two of its convicted former leaders in the late 1990s in a bid for national reconciliation amid a financial crisis, and its court had until recently shown leniency toward corrupt business tycoons because of worries about hurting the economy. Read More »

Russian Federation vetoes United Nations resolution on Syria chemical attack probe


As the council debated its response on Thursday, the United States fired cruise missiles at a Syrian airbase that the USA says was used to launch the chemical attack. The Syrian government has denied responsibility for the attack, and Russian President Vladimir Putin suggested earlier this week that the attack was a "false flag" created to frame Assad. Read More »

US, China working 'closely' on North Korea: Mattis


In the comments to Fox News, Trump cited the strength of his newfound relationship with President Xi Jinping in explaining why he has dropped his past criticism of China. has recently ramped up rhetoric against North Korea, declaring the end of its "strategic patience" over its provocations. In early March, the North simultaneously fired four ballistic missiles off its east coast, three of which fell provocatively close to Japan, in what it said was a drill for an attack on U.S. Read More »

Arkansas carries out first execution since 2005

The lawyers have also fought the state's decision to conduct the series of executions in a short time frame, which the state has said is because its lethal-injection drugs will expire at the end of the month. There had been concern because midazolam was used in some flawed executions in other states. The 51-year-old showed no signs of consciousness two minutes after the start of his execution, which began at 11.44pm. Read More »

Attentat de Paris: réunion du Conseil de défense à l'Elysée


A l'exception de Marine Le Pen qui est évaluée "Uclat 3", c'est-à-dire qu'il y a des menaces à son encontre, les autres candidats sont tous "Uclat 4", exempts de menace. Des allées du palais de justice de Paris à l'immensité des contrées de notre galaxie, chacun y va de sa photo de "jolie chose". De son côté, Libération a modifié sa tête de une après le bouclage. Read More »

Dernier grand oral pour les candidats sur France 2 — Présidentielle

Une émission qui ne sera pourtant pas un débat "classique". L'émission, qui devait initialement être un débat, aurait pu ne jamais avoir lieu. Mais pas de débat à proprement parler. Un tirage au sort a déterminé l'ordre de passage suivant: Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Nathalie Arthaud, Marine Le Pen, Francois Asselineau, Benoît Hamon, Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, Philippe Poutou, Emmanuel Macron, Jacques Cheminade , Jean Lassalle et François Fillon. Read More »

Microsoft replaces Wunderlist with \"To Do\" App


In a follow-up statement after releasing the update to Microsoft Authenticator, the company said they would evaluate adding support for Windows Phone only if the new safety measure was successful on Android and iOS . In comparison to Wunderlist, the new app has a lot of catching up to do. The only positive here is that Microsoft could be playing down the hype for an all-new phone and the closure of the Lumia 950 XL services may be a move to prepare for the development of a brand new ... Read More »

UK PM Theresa May urges parliament to vote for early election

With Mrs May needing the support of 434 MPs - two thirds of all seats in the House of Commons - some 522 voted for the early election, with just 13 against. Had she not called an early election, she argued, the "crucial" Brexit negotiations would have occurred in the years before the scheduled 2020 election and potentially put Britain at a disadvantage with European Union negotiators - who have signaled that they are unwilling to offer Britain generous concessions on the break over ... Read More »

World's oldest person Emma Morano dies aged 117 in Italy

Morano, the world's oldest person, died on Friday at the age of 117. FILE - In this Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016 file photo, Emma Morano , 117 years old, blows candles on the day of her birthday in Verbania, Italy . The eldest of eight children, Morano outlived all of her younger siblings. "I got married." Despite having "plenty of suitors", Morano told the New York Times that she refused to remarry because she " didn't want to be dominated by anyone ". Read More »

It is smarter to wait before placing order for Samsung Galaxy S8


Though there are plenty of different smartphones on the market, the battle of the giants is largely between Apple's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy series of phones (running on the Android operating system). While its competitors are good at interpreting fixed phrases and processing set commands, though, Samsung's goal for Bixby is - in compatible apps - to do everything touch can do. Read More »

Tillerson accuses Tehran of 'alarming provocations' as U.S. reviews policy


Instead, the Trump administration would conduct a "comprehensive review" of United States policy toward Iran , Tillerson said, leaving one of Barack Obama's signature policies in place - for now. For a businessman like Donald Trump who should value common sense, the question he needs to answer is a relatively simple one: which scenario gives the US the best returns on its investment? Trump during his presidential campaign relentlessly criticized the deal but stopped short of clearly ... Read More »

Easter road deaths show 51% increase from previous year


However, this year's fatalities were still significantly lower than the 333 fatalities recorded in 2015. "Human factor still remains a causal factor for most of the crashes during this Easter period". Road fatalities increased 51% despite the resolve by the Transport Department and the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) to reduce road fatalities by 50%. Read More »

Sondage: Macron et Le Pen en baisse

Notion centrale à la fois chez Jean-Luc Mélenchon, Emmanuel Macron ou François Fillon, il revêt pourtant des acceptions diamètralement opposées selon le candidat qui l'emploie. En cas de duel avec Emmanuel Macron , le candidat d'En Marche! l'emporterait avec 66% des voix face à 34% pour la candidate FN. "Que notre campagne en complète opposition soit le meilleur des démentis au programme totalitaire des terroristes", a écrit Jean-Luc Mélenchon à François Fillon . Read More »

Frappes en Syrie : le revirement de Donald Trump


L'attaque chimique présumée soulève une vague d'indignation internationale. Ils ne comprennent pas les raisons qui l'auraient poussé à commettre un tel impair au moment où tout lui souriait. Il reconnaît toutefois qu'une solution à long terme devra être "politique, diplomatique et multilatérale". Mais la dernière déclaration date de la Seconde guerre mondiale. Read More »

Protesters March Against Le Pen


The location near the economy ministry serves as a reminder that the relatively inexperienced Macron held the key economy portfolio for two years under his mentor Hollande. With a wave of far-right populism sweeping Europe, the progressive fate of the continent may hang in the balance of France's upcoming elections. France's National Front presidential candidate, Marine Le Pen, slammed Pope Francis for welcoming migrants and attacked the Catholic Church for meddling in French politics. Read More »

UN Security Council passes statement on North Korea with Russian amendments

The disagreement with Russian Federation over the stronger language came ahead of a Security Council ministerial meeting next week on North Korea that will be chaired by US Secretary of States Rex Tillerson. Behind the heated rhetoric, Trump's strategy in the region looks somewhat similar to predecessor Barack Obama's - albeit with the added unpredictability of a new president who has shown he's willing to use force. Read More »

Samsung putting Note 7 behind it as S8 pre-orders surpass S7's

According to SamMobile , details on the device are now a bit hard to come by. These are insane figures and if the pre-registrations continue at this pace, the tech giant is set to sell millions of Galaxy S8 and S8+ units by the time it stops accepting pre-orders on Monday next week. Read More »

Attentat à Paris : Hollande et Cazeneuve rendent visite au policier blessé


En Belgique, aucune réunion du conseil national de sécurité n'est prévue, a-t-on appris auprès du cabinet du Premier ministre, Charles Michel. " C'est l'obscurantisme et l'intolérance qui doivent être combattus ". Un policier a été tué, et deux autres blessés, jeudi soir dans une fusillade sur les Champs-Élysées, à Paris, revendiquée par le groupe terroriste État islamique. Read More »

Cleveland Facebook Killer Shoots Self as Troopers Close In


Tonya R. Godwin-Baines and Debbie D. Godwin said they know Lane did nothing wrong and wanted her to know it. Lane said it has been hard watching her name dominate social media, where her connection to the killer became a topic of discussion over the weekend. Read More »

The Jackbox Party Pack 3 is A-OK on the Nintendo Switch

That means the gaming machine "sold faster in its launch month than any other video game system in Nintendo history", according to Nintendo . Breath of the Wild sold over 1.3 million units. The Switch version of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild even managed to sell more copies than Nintendo sold Switch consoles. Most of the reviews posted for the Nintendo Switch have been positive, though there have been some problems occasionally. Read More »

Arkansas officials ask courts to clear path for executions

In the last week, courts blocked the executions of four of the eight men Arkansas had originally scheduled to die. The legal delays in the executions frustrated Hutchinson. Supreme Court, which on Monday opted not to vacate a separate stay involving inmate Davis. Lawyers for Arkansas inmates condemned to die Thursday in a planned double execution are claiming they are innocent and one of them says advanced DNA techniques could show he didn't kill a woman in 1993. Read More »

Cavs hold off Pacers in Game 2

Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving drives to the basket against the Pacers' Myles Turner in the first half. Love and Irving combined to play a whopping zero minutes in the fourth quarter. Altogether the Big Three had 89 of Cleveland's 117 points in the game. The Cavs vowed they would play better after their near-disaster in Game 1 and they mostly backed up their talk, delivering the kind of performance that was routine last season but rare in 2017. Read More »