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Trump, Putin to Meet in July, Russian State Media Says

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Members of the press reported the president's meeting with the Russian minister was closed to USA media. "Apparently the TASS person was admitted at the request of the Russian Foreign Ministry as the official photographer for the Russian side", Sitov added in a later email. Lire la suite »

BBC cameraman 'run over by Jeremy Corbyn's car'

Mr Corbyn will hope the pivot to foreign policy distracts attention from a chaotic 24 hours in which the entire draft Labour manifesto was leaked and his auto ran over a BBC cameraman's foot in full view of journalists. The manifesto was leaked just after footage emerged of Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell telling activists that Labour would introduce a "National Education Service" that would be "free at the point of need throughout life". Lire la suite »

Russian foreign minister: Trump doesn't think we meddled in election

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Eventually, it was left to the Russian state press to put out pictures of Trump and Lavrov meeting and shaking hands. After the Lavrov session had concluded, members of the US media were allowed into the Oval Office, where they found the president sitting with Henry Kissinger, who served as President Richard Nixon's secretary of state. Lire la suite »

Cyberattack cripples public hospitals throughout England

It initially said 16 NHS organizations had reported being hit, and more reports came in as the day went on. Mid-Essex Clinical Commissioning Group, which runs hospitals and ambulances in an area east of London , said on Twitter that it had "an IT issue affecting some NHS computer systems", adding "Please do not attend Accident And Emergency unless it's an emergency". Lire la suite »

Trump Suggests Cancelling White House Briefings for Sake of Accuracy

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The candidate nominated to succeed Comey must be someone who will be supported by Democratic and Republican senators alike. "Well, we're fighting hard", Trump said. Read: Why investors still aren't freaking out over the Comey firing. The swirling controversy has obliterated any momentum from the House passage of the Republican health care bill last week and threatens to overshadow Trump's first global trip, beginning next week, in which the president will meet with leaders in both the ... Lire la suite »

Official says WH has approved weapons for Kurds

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A top Syrian Kurdish official on Wednesday welcomed the USA decision to arm Kurdish fighters with heavier weapons, saying it would "legitimize" the force as it prepares to march on Raqqa, the de facto capital of the Islamic State group. "We want to reassure the people and government of Turkey that the U.S.is committed to preventing additional security risks and protecting our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally". Lire la suite »

British election: Labour offers Brexit pledge on European Union nationals

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Britain will head to the ballot box on June 8 following the announcement of a snap general election by Prime Minister May last week. He said that Mrs May would win the election. "So we must not be complacent and I'm not complacent". However, speaking to All Out Politics presenter Adam Boulton, Mr Blair said he wasn't "telling people not to vote Labour - of course I want people to vote Labour". Lire la suite »

Trump eyes mutually-beneficial ties with Russian Federation, says Lavrov

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After the Lavrov session had concluded, members of the US media were allowed into the Oval Office, where they found the president sitting with Henry Kissinger, who served as President Richard Nixon's secretary of state. Comey's dismissal has sparked new calls for an independent probe into Russia's attempts to influence last year's US presidential election - despite the Trump administration's assertion that Comey was removed over his handling of the investigation into Clinton's private email ... Lire la suite »

Central Intelligence Agency establishes independent center focused on North Korea

During his recent visit to South Korea, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said "the policy of strategic patience has ended" with North Korea, and "all options are on the table" to denuclearise it. Moon said during the campaign for this week's snap election that he wanted to review that decision. The South Korean intelligence service said the charge was "groundless". Lire la suite »

British hospitals hit by cyber attacks: health service

Associated Press reported that the companies targeted were not identified, but telecommunications company Telefonica said it detected a "cybersecurity incident" that affected computers of some employees. Security firm Kaspersky Labs discovered more than 74 countries have been hit with this ransomware in the last 10 hours. United Kingdom's Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed the news of an worldwide attack, "Massive cyber hit on NHS is part of wider global attack and there is no evidence ... Lire la suite »

Merkel to Host Macron for Talks Monday: Spokesman

Emmanuel Macron's start-up political party has announced a list of 428 candidates for French parliamentary elections in June, with just over half of them never having held elected office and half of them women. The National Front has traditionally done well in northern France - in places where traditional industries have been on the decline. Before his victory on Sunday, other faith groups had come out in support of Mr Macron , including the Chief Rabbi of France , the President ... Lire la suite »

North Korea Detention of Fourth US Citizen 'Concerning' - White House

Choe Son-hui, a senior diplomat from Pyongyang's foreign ministry, will reportedly represent the North, while it's not yet known who is representing the U.S. "I don't know why they arrested him", he added. Follow-up stories on the plot have focused on outraged North Koreans demanding revenge. Since then, FAM have actively fought to have the game played on a neutral venue, but North Korea's reluctance made it hard for AFC to act on the request. Lire la suite »

Research Analysis of Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. (NAK)

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The Return on Equity (ROE) value stands at -18.6%. The company has a Return on Assets (ROA) of -18.30%. Its Average True Range (ATR) shows a figure of 0.19. Mean recommendation on this stock is 1.90. The stock's current trading price is $19.37 by scoring 0.57%. While it's Return on Investment (ROI) value is 0%. Lire la suite »

Sally Yates Testimony Blows Trump Russia Scandal Wide Open

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Yates had two in-person meetings and a phone call with White House counsel Don McGahn on January 26 and January 27, respectively. She was sacked four days later by the Trump administration. Michael Flynn, who served briefly as President Trump's national security adviser before being fired after questions arose about his connections with the Russians. Lire la suite »

Nationals versus Phillies postponed Friday due to rain

Kelley (2-0, with a 5.40 ERA and three saves) missed nine games with a lower back strain. Both pitchers were slated to start Friday. Thompson didn't exactly stanch the bleeding in the bullpen, allowing five runs in five innings over three appearances. Lire la suite »

Climate envoys meet in Bonn amid concern over USA stance

However, a coalition of 38 conservative and free market groups yesterday reportedly wrote their own letter to Trump urging him to ditch the Paris Agreement, arguing it would "protect" USA energy firms and manufacturers. It's the second time a meeting to discuss the landmark climate agreement has been shelved. However, fears loom large that if the world's number two carbon polluter, the United States, pulls out, it will throw the pact into disarray. Lire la suite »

Activists ask EC to prove EVMs' reliability

Poonawalla told reporters here that the total votes polled and counted during the February's Pune civic polls in 41 of the 160 wards did not tally. Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi during the all-party meeting convened by the poll watchdog to discuss the reliability of the EVMs - an issue flagged by opposition parties - got underway in New Delhi on Friday. Lire la suite »

Calls from Trump, Xi show Duterte's 'statesmanship' - Palace

Foreign Affairs spokesperson Rob Bolivar said there is still no specific date set for Duterte's United States trip. Jerusalem, which sells weapons to the Philippines, was reported last month to be planning the visit. In March, a retired Philippine police officer testified that Duterte and his men were linked to almost 200 killings that took place when Duterte was mayor of Davao city. Lire la suite »

US Joins Arctic Council In Calling For Action To Curb Climate Change

While Tillerson endorsed the Arctic Council document , he cautioned that the USA would not be rushed into formulating its policy. The U.S. was formally handing over the rotating chairmanship to Finland . The Arctic Council, formed in 1996 to co-ordinate worldwide efforts for sustainable development in the Arctic territories, does not typically discuss military or security issues. Lire la suite »

Pope Francis renews call against extremism in historic Cairo Mass

French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron is hunting for votes in rural areas of France where his far-right opponent, Marine Le Pen, has made inroads among people who feel left behind France's cities. As he has on other occasions, Francis called for ecumenical relations rooted in friendship and common efforts, rather than a merely abstract theological dialogue - a "static ecumenism", he said, "doesn't go anywhere". Lire la suite »

IOS developers can now deploy and test their applications straight from Windows

For iOS development, however, there has always been an extra complication: the actual software building and deployment had to take place on a Mac. Until now, though, you still needed a Mac to build and tes your apps. This means that running an app through Live Player is slower than it would be if natively built on a Mac, but that's not such a big deal for many aspects of user interface development. Lire la suite »