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Gov. LePage announces he's not running for US Senate


The statement comes amid rampant speculation about LePage's political future after he completes his second term as governor in 2018. Maine's other US senator, Republican Susan Collins, said last month that she's seriously considering a gubernatorial run in 2018. Lire la suite »

Tillerson, Lavrov to meet this week in Washington


An unnamed White House official tried explaining TASS's access in a statement to The Hill's Jordan Fabian, who served as pool reporter on Wednesday afternoon. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov will start his working visit to the United States on Tuesday, which is expected to last through Thursday, APA reports quoting sputniknews. Lire la suite »

White House furious after Russian media posted Oval Office photos

Flynn later lied to Vice President Mike Pence about the substance of that meeting . "Yesterday, on the same day- I had meetings with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and the FM of Ukraine, Pavlo Klimkin". The White House's readout of Trump's meeting with Lavrov did not mention Kislyak. The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, however, highlighted it in a video posted to its official feed. Lire la suite »

'Mitch For Prison!' Supporters Of New Orleans' Civil War Monuments Protest Removals

Workers wore bulletproof vests, scarves that covered their faces and helmets, reflecting the high tensions and security concerns surrounding the monument's removal. The Liberty Monument, for example, at one point had a plaque recognizing "white supremacy in the South". He attributed the strong police presence at the site to "consistent threats, harassments and intimidation tactics" that have greeted the plans to remove the monuments. Lire la suite »

Samsung Electronics creates new contract chip manufacturing division


Samsung Electronics Co. on Friday opened a new department under its chip division focusing on the foundry business, in line with the company's efforts to expand its market presence in the area. Just last month, Samsung announced that it has finalised the development of second-generation 10-nanometer FinFET process technology, in a bid to secure more contract clients. Lire la suite »

Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh under investigation by Law Society


Tasmina Ahmed-Sheik, who won the Ochil and South Perthshire seat for the SNP in 2015, said she was proud of her 17-year career in the legal profession. "Hundreds of issues are raised with the Law Society every year and it is right that they investigate them", he added. The Law Society Scotland declined to comment when contacted by i. Lire la suite »

Inquiry threatened into Capita's takeover of Vodafone's paging services business


In the 1990s, pagers had come to be associated with status and wealth, but their use rapidly declined in the late 1990s as mobile phones gained popularity and text messaging became a quick and casual way to communicate. Merger or not, Capita will soon be the UK's only provider of pager services. As it stands, Capita and Vodafone both provide wide-area paging services to 999 responders and hospitals. Lire la suite »

Mattis tells Turkey's PM: US committed to your security

The focus is now on Raqa, the de-facto Syrian capital of IS's self-proclaimed "caliphate". The fall of Tabqa leaves no other major urban settlements on the road to Raqqa , about 40 kilometers, or 25 miles, away. Speaking to A Haber television, Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli slammed any supply of arms to the YPG "unacceptable". The Pentagon said only that Mr Mattis "reiterated United States commitment to our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally". Lire la suite »

Name sought for rare albino orangutan rescued in Indonesia


For now, she's being kept in a dimly lit quarantine enclosure - because of her sensitivities to light due to an absence of pigmentation - with round-the-clock vet care. The Bornean orangutans were classified as an endangered species in 2016 and current estimates indicate that roughly100,000 are left on the island. They are also being poached; about 2000 orangutans are illegally killed every year. Lire la suite »

Kansas City shooting victim calls 911 after 3 shot to death


McCallop says the injuries of the man who survived aren't life threatening. When police arrived they found three other adults shot to death in the home and three young children, ranging in age from five down to one. Police Chief Terry Zeigler tweeted shortly before midnight that a suspect had been taken into custody. Names were not immediately released. Police are working with the district attorney's office to figure out what charges to file against the suspect. Lire la suite »

Labour eyeing seven Scottish seats after analysing vote in council elections


Thursday's council elections delivered the Conservatives' best results in Scotland for generations, with the party putting on 164 seats to achieve a tally of 276. "Obviously I'd hoped for a majority and I believe we would have got it had it not been for the Tories entering the fray in a big way". Liberal Democrats picked up 6,872 while Labour gained 4,407 first votes. Lire la suite »

Le favori Moon (centre gauche) remporte largement l'élection présidentielle — Corée du Sud


Signe des forts espoirs nourris par la population sud-coréenne sur le nouveau président, le taux de participation à l'élection a été le plus élevé en 20 ans. Dans ce message, SM le Roi exprime au président Moon Jae-In Ses chaleureuses félicitations et Ses sincères vœux de plein succès dans ses hautes fonctions au service de son peuple ami et pour réaliser ses aspirations à davantage de progrès et de prospérité. Lire la suite »

Former owner of 6-foot alligator is battling zoo over its remains

The roughly 200-pound alligator had reportedly been romping around for more than 20 years at the residence, including in a fenced-off area in the backyard. The staff always enjoyed greeting Wally in the morning with a meal of raw tuna, his favorite dish. Zoo officials say they sympathize with Saville, but also say that he has threatened their staff and they refuse to interact with him. Lire la suite »

NUS and NTU computer systems hacked into


According to investigations, both attacks were the work of Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actors who might have meant to steal information related to government or research. "Governments and education institutions should regard this case as a cautionary tale - nowadays hackers don't necessarily have to hack into government systems to steal information, they are exploring other less-protected alternatives". Lire la suite »

Ubisoft to spend next three months fixing Rainbow Six Siege's tech issues


Will this significantly improve the lifespan of the game? All in all, most of the Rainbow Six community seem pleased with this change in focus, and hopefully, the developer can deliver on its promises. Maps are also getting impacted by Operation Health, as there will only be three this year, including Coastline as part of Operation Velvet Shell, in order to "truly prioritise our game's health". Lire la suite »

China says it successfully tests new type of missile

The record-high deficit is attributable to a steep decline in Chinese tourists to South Korea, triggered by Beijing's hostile policy in diplomatic retribution for the deployment of USA anti-missile system THAAD. The defense ministry said last month it would respond by continuing to test new types of weapons under conditions simulating actual combat. Washington says the system is necessary to guard against North Korean missile threats and calls China's concerns unfounded. Lire la suite »

Stephanie Davis leaves hospital with Jeremy McConnell after stress illness


JEREMY McConnell has pleaded NOT guilty to a charge of assault - but has admitted to criminal damage. "He's going to pick up his things later today and fly to Ireland until the dust has settled". The post was reportedly deleted 20 minutes later, but McConnell blocked the star following a holiday the pair took together. This news follows Jeremy's appearance at a hearing yesterday over claims that he assaulted Stephanie. Lire la suite »

Yellowstone: White Wolf Was Shot; $5000 Reward Offered


Hikers discovered the wounded wolf on April 11 inside Yellowstone National Park near Gardiner. Yellowstone National Park is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person who shot and fatally injured one of the park's well-known white wolves last month. Lire la suite »

Steve Harvey on controversial stay-away memo: 'I don't apologize'


After the letter was leaked earlier this week, Harvey appeared on " Entertainment Tonight " Thursday and defended his requests . 'I don't apologize about the letter. I want all the ambushing to stop now. He urged colleagues to schedule an appointment or face being ignored, adding: "Do not wait in any hallway to speak to me". Lire la suite »

Trump suggests 'good chance' for Mideast peace

Over the course of my lifetime, I've always heard that perhaps the toughest deal to make is the deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians. USA officials said ahead of the meeting that Trump would press Abbas to end payments to families of Palestinians imprisoned in Israeli jails. Lire la suite »

Trump removes tweet saying it was 'honor' to host Abbas

Trump insisted he was ready to try to reach the "toughest deal". "It's something that, I think, is frankly maybe not as hard as people have thought over the years", he said on Wednesday. "It's about time for Israel to end its occupation of our people and of our land after 50 years", he said. On Wednesday, Ahmad Majdalan, a senior PLO official said in an interview on Israel Radio that in May 2014, Israeli negotiator Yitzchak Molcho, chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat and USA ... Lire la suite »

Opposing crowds assemble as New Orlenas begins removing Confederate monument


We talked to executive director Dr. Tom Payne about that, and there appears to be some confusion coming out of the New Orleans Mayor's Office. "We should not be afraid to confront and reconcile our past". The statue of the Confederacy's president had been hoisted from its stone pedestal in the pre-dawn hours and the blue glint of police lights was still visible two blocks away outside the corner laundromat where Carol Patterson sat as diverted rush-hour traffic rolled by. Lire la suite »