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Iran says IS-claimed attacks killed 16


Iran's Intelligence Ministry on Thursday in a statement revealed the identity of five terrorists who were killed during Wednesday terrorist attacks in Tehran. These terrorists were affiliated to Wahabi and Takfiri groups who joined Daesh terrorist group overseas, IRNA news agency reported. Shojaei told state TV that "three of the victims are women". Read More »

Theresa May regretting election call now, Nicola Sturgeon claims

The Conservatives increased their share of the vote in Angus by just over 16% - while Nicola Sturgeon's party saw its support slump by nearly the same amount. The SNP lynchpin and ex-party leader was defeated by Colin Clark in Gordon. Nicola Sturgeon: SNP leader voted in Glasgow. The Tories have grabbed 12 mostly rural seats from the SNP - but Labour and the Lib Dems have also made gains in Scotland. Read More »

Scottish leader Sturgeon says election 'disastrous' for PM May

She called an election clearly very arrogantly thinking she was going to crush the opposition, sweep everybody aside and cruise to a landslide majority. The Liberal Democrats took their tally of MPs in Scotland from one to four, with former United Kingdom government minister Jo Swinson one of the victors after winning back the East Dunbartonshire seat she had lost in 2015. Read More »

Royaume-Uni : jour de législatives anticipées

Un terrible désaveu pour la Première ministre conservatrice. "Je vais maintenant former un gouvernement ", a-t-elle déclaré après s'être rendue à 12H30 (11H30 GMT) au palais de Buckingham pour obtenir le feu vert d'Elizabeth II, au lendemain d'élections législatives qui signent son échec personnel. Read More »

Amazon Creating Jobs in IL


The North Haven Board of Selectman was scheduled to hold a meeting Thursday night to consider a tax abatement agreement with Amazon . Amazon's Vice President of North America operations, Akash Chauhan , says the center will offer wages "30 percent higher than traditional retail roles" and "comprehensive benefits". Read More »

'Manspreading' banned on Madrid buses


The new signage is part is a wider etiquette campaign , which also reminds riders to refrain from putting their feet up on the seat, eat or drink in the train, to use headphones with portable devices, and to give up seats to the elderly, riders with babies, and the handicapped. Read More »

EU Commissioner: UK General Election Results to Impact Spirit of Brexit Talks


In a statement to The Associated Press, the legislature's Brexit co-ordinator Guy Verhofstadt quipped: "I thought surrealism was a Belgian invention". The Prime Minister had hoped to begin Britain's Brexit negotiations this month with a thumping mandate and a spring in her step. He says the election was not a referendum on Brexit and that he fully expected the process to continue, but that results could make negotiations more hard. Read More »

Apple's iMac goes Pro in 2017 — Look out Surface

The opposite, in fact: The entry-level MacBook Pro 13 (without the Touch Bar) will not only receive a faster processor, but also a cheaper price, starting at $1,300 instead of its debut price of $1,500. Recent reports suggest that the Cupertino firm might retain the current design of MacBook Pro as the upgrade will come with the internals. The Surface desktop is posing some serious competition for Apple, and now we know what Apple thinks of it: look out, Surface, there's more powerful ... Read More »

Chelsea Manning talks leaks, transition after prison release


Manning remains in the Army, but is off duty while she appeals her court-martial conviction. Manning, 29, was released in May from a USA military prison in Kansas where she had been serving time for passing secrets to the WikiLeaks website in the biggest breach of classified data in the history of the United States . Read More »

Comey says he was fired over Russia probe, blasts 'lies'


During more than two hours of testimony, Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee he believed Trump had directed him in February to drop an FBI probe into the Republican president's former national security adviser Michael Flynn as part of the broader Russian Federation investigation. Read More »

Comey Will Be Pressed On If Trump Interfered With Russia Probe

The Russian leader said that at the anniversary party for Russian television network RT in December 2015, his interactions with Flynn were brief and superficial, according to a partial transcript of an interview conducted Friday in Moscow by NBC that aired Sunday night. Read More »

Developers Will Have Access To NFC On iPhone In iOS 11


What other updates were you hoping Apple would offer on the new iOS 11? But privacy-conscious Apple users may have a way out. A developer preview of the new operating system is now available, and a public beta for iOS users is set for release later this month. Read More »

President Trump redefines the role of legal client

Trump undermined those arguments on Monday when he lashed out at what he called a "watered down" and a "politically correct" current version of his original order. To be more precise, his own White House Counsel should bear whatever responsibility exists for the fact that the President signed the order. "We want to ensure that we are not admitting into our country the very threats our soldiers are fighting overseas", Trump said at the time . Read More »

Royaume-Uni : un parlement sans majorité absolue

Le président du Conseil européen, Donald Tusk, a d'ailleurs mis en garde le Royaume-Uni contre une absence d'accord. Chantre d'un Brexit " dur", incluant la sortie du marché unique, Mme May a convoqué ces législatives anticipées pour avoir les coudées franches et faire fi des réticences éventuelles au sein de son parti. Read More »

Seth Meyers Slams Trump's 'Ill-Informed Tweets' on London Attack

After Trump's first tweet, Khan refused to comment, telling The Guardian that he has "more important things to do than respond to Donald Trump's ill-informed tweet that deliberately takes out of context his remarks". we will be there". Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson , who was Mayor until previous year, strongly backed his successor on Tuesday (Wednesday NZ Time). Read More »

Claims bridge attacker was on security watch list

She added that he spoke like he had been "brainwashed by the internet", and although she had tried to dissuade him telling him of the "terrible things going on there [Syria]", she was unable to change his mind. In a statement, they wrote: 'As a family we are shocked and appalled by the actions of Khuram and his associates. Quilliam reported the attack to police - but it took months for officers to arrest Butt over the assault, before he was given a caution and let go. Read More »

President Trump's tweets are official statements, White House

Morning Consult polled 1,999 registered voters and ran from June 1 through June 2. GOP voters, however, split 41 to 37 percent when asked if they believe his use of Twitter is a "good thing;" 37 to 35 percent on whether they think Trump's tweeting helps his presidency; and 31 to 28 when asked if they think it helps Republicans up for re-election in Congress, the poll found. Read More »

Opening statements expected in murder-for-hire retrial


A Palm Beach woman accused of trying to hire a hitman to kill her husband is hoping the third time will be the charm as she heads to trial once again. Claypool said that police were quick to post the video on YouTube and were "determined to make it happen at all costs, even if it involved the destruction of evidence". Read More »

UK police name third man behind London terror attack

Police confirmed his identity after it was first reported in Italy. He was allegedly on his way to Syria and was carrying only a backpack. Italian prosecutor Giuseppe Amato said there was not enough evidence to arrest or charge the 22-year-old when he was caught at Bologna airport last year. Read More »

Trump has 'total confidence' in son-in-law Kushner


In a statement Sunday night, published by the New York Times , Trump praised the work Kushner has done at the White House. But Kushner's communications with the Russians have drawn the interest of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, which is investigating allegations Russia tried to meddle in the U.S. Read More »

Royaume-Uni : Theresa May a perdu son pari à haut risque

La livre sterling , a immédiatement chuté à l'annonce des projections à 21H00 GMT, tant face à l'euro que face au dollar, et restait très affaiblie vendredi. Plusieurs élus conservateurs , comme la parlementaire Anna Soubry sur la BBC , ont invité Theresa May à "reconsidérer sa position " à la lumière du résultat du scrutin. Read More »

Apple's answer to the Amazon Echo has a critical flaw

The Amazon Echo and Google Home are adequate speakers for the price point, but music lovers can connect them to Bluetooth speakers for better sound. The HomePod's sound was bigger and bolder than the Play:3, one of the current market leaders when it comes to home speaker systems. It's likely to be the more powerful than both Amazon Echo and Google Home , but in terms of features, productivity and support, both Echo and Home will give a hard time to HomePod . Read More »