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Man said fake drugs at Bonnaroo were 'God's Work'


A NY man attending the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn., was caught with more than 1,000 fake drugs. The Tennessean reports David E. Brady reportedly told officers that he was "doing God's work by selling fake drugs". It's not clear if he has a lawyer. Bonnaroo is an annual four-day music festival on a 700-acre farm about 60 miles (97 kilometres) southeast of Nashville. Lire la suite »

Aucun parti ne disposera de majorité absolue

C'est assez pour qu'elle parte et laisse la place à un gouvernement vraiment représentatif . La Bourse de Londres a ouvert en hausse de 0,60% vendredi matin, les grandes multinationales cotées sur ce marché profitant de l'affaiblissement de la livre. Lire la suite »

Accused NSA leaker Reality Winner to plead not guilty

If convicted, victor faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $250,000, according to court documents. As far as I can see, the only way she could have been more blatant about wanting to be arrested would have been to call a press conference to announce the Intercept story in front of the Federal Bureau of Investigation building in D.C. Lire la suite »

Malaysia Airlines flight turns back after bomb threat

It had departed at 11:11 p.m. Melbourne time and returned at 11:41 p.m. Scot Robert MacDonald, was among a group of passengers who subdued the man and tied him up with belts. "Emergency services were called to [Melbourne] Tullamarine Airport around 23:40 last night after a request for assistance from an airline". Victoria Police confirmed that the man was unable to gain entry to the cockpit. Lire la suite »

CCTV reveals the moment police shot London Bridge terrorists

Police have named Zaghba as one of the three attackers who drove a rented van into pedestrians on London Bridge before fleeing into a busy market place and stabbing those who crossed their path. Police have 11 people in custody on suspicion of violating the Terrorism Act, but they haven't been named or charged. Ms Boden worked at Guy's Hospital in London Bridge. Lire la suite »

EU's Juncker says member states need to up defense spending

With negotiations due to begin in just under two weeks, European Union leaders have been urging the British Prime Minister, Theresa May , to get her house in order as fast as possible. "EU is united, UK is deeply split". Unsurprisingly the main concern on the continent is how the result will impact Brexit. It's not yet clear whether May, whose party does not have an outright majority in parliament, can remain as prime minister. Lire la suite »

2 jawans killed as militants attack Army convoy


In a press release, the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) said that Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing at Battal , Jandrot and Hotspring sectors at the LoC. Local officials said several houses were also damaged due to the mortar fire . The two sides blamed each other for "unprovoked" firing. The Indian army said two of its soldiers were killed in an ambush by suspected insurgents on Saturday even as troops traded gunfire with Pakistani forces across a cease-fire line ... Lire la suite »

Europe to UK: Brexit Negotiations Must Start

So we're looking forward to seeing whoever May picks to send to Brussels on her behalf to get the "best" deal available on Brexit. European Union states are getting impatient about the delays in the Brexit talks, with some warning Friday after Britain's inconclusive election that the country should not be given more than the allotted two years to settle its divorce. Lire la suite »

Budget deal undone as legislative session reaches last day


The special session began Thursday night, to haggle over a package of must-pass budget bills to finance state government operations, public services, colleges and construction projects. But the Democratic governor's entire tax package was shelved. The governor wants lawmakers to pass a new budget for schools while also setting aside money for his top priorities, which includes restoring money to the agency that handles tourism marketing for the state. Lire la suite »

Journalists protest against CBI raids on NDTV


Former union minister Arun Shourie said that he was disappointed to see that the current journalism community was divided and it has failed to stand up together to fight the controlling of the free flow of information. They are telling us "We will fix you even if you are innocent". While the Editors Guild maintains that no individual or institution is above the law, the Guild condemns any attempt to muzzle the media and calls upon the CBI to follow the due process of law and ensure there is ... Lire la suite »

AMD announces the new Radeon Pro 500 series


The desktop computer is getting brighter displays, faster processors and more ports to use it with external displays and hard drives. The machines are available to order today and will be in Apple Stores on Wednesday. RAM will range from 32GB to 128GB. This is what Apple hopes will tide over "Pro" users until its new Mac Pro system comes out next year. The iMac Pro is designed and architected especially for high-end professional creatives. Lire la suite »

Hands on with Apple's first Developer Beta of iOS 11


Nor is this going to be a complete guide to iOS 11 . Currently, "Do Not Disturb" lets you silence calls and texts at set hours of the day (for example, overnight when you're likely sleeping) or whenever you activate the feature manually. The voluntary guidelines ask manufacturers to adopt a dedicated " driving mode", a "simplified user interface" that strips out distracting information while you're behind the wheel. Lire la suite »

Eric Trump calls father's critics 'not even people'

The organization's signature event, an annual golf invitational, has provided the "vast majority" of the more than $11 million it has raised. Taking a page from his father's playbook, Eric Trump also criticized the Democrats' 2016 presidential election loss. Lire la suite »

Wenger must deliver Premier League title, says Arsenal legend Henry

There have been a number of anti-Wenger fan protests, and planes flown overhead carrying "WengerOut" messages, but the season ended on the high of winning the FA Cup for a record 13 time. "I just think he's been the most successful Arsenal manager of all time". Sad, mad, inexplicable day. He has come under greater pressure from supporters than ever before, with fans holding "Wenger Out" placards, boycotting home games and chartering planes to trail banners calling for him to go. Lire la suite »

5 iOS 11 Features That Will Make Your Life Much Easier


If the iPhone is connected to a auto via Bluetooth or a cable, or if the vehicle is moving, the "Do Not Disturb" feature can automatically mute notifications like text messages and news updates. You can use these funds to complete other Apple Pay transactions, or you can transfer that cash over to your bank account. Your iPhone will be able to detect when someone tells you money is owed in an iMessage and will pull up Apple Pay as a suggestion. Lire la suite »

London Attack: Attacker Known to Authorities As PM's Record Called Into Question


Italian intelligence operatives notified British and Moroccan authorities after Italian cops stopped Zaghba in March 2016 at Bologna Airport bound for Istanbul, Italian security officials told Politico Europe. "As the mayor of London , I want to send a clear message to the sick and evil extremists who commit these ugly crimes". Khuram Butt , a 27-year-old father of two, had been known to police. Lire la suite »

17th Suspect Arrested in Connection With Manchester Bombing


Salman Abedi, a 22-year-old man, was identified as the suicide bomber. Eleven men, aged between 18 and 44, are now in custody on suspicion of terrorism offences in connection with the attack. Twenty-two people, including seven children, were killed in the attack at a concert by USA singer Ariana Grande . Other images show her hugging children in their beds and posing with nurses gathered on the ward. Lire la suite »

Trump calls former Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey a "leaker" after testimony

Trump has said he did no such thing. Trump, who did not post on his Twitter account as Comey appeared before the Senate intelligence committee Thursday, sent a tweet at daybreak Friday. The U.S. President sent out an early morning Tweet on Friday saying that former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey was "a leaker" and that Comey's hearing had vindicated him. Lire la suite »

May confirms 'deal' with DUP following election result

Although current and former MPs - including those from her own party - have called May's leadership into question, she is reported to have no intention of resigning and has arrived at Buckingham Palace to inform the Queen of the deal with the DUP and request permission to usher in her second government. Lire la suite »

Michelle Carter's Defense Ask Judge To Dismiss Case


Defense attorney Joseph Cataldo has argued that Roy's death was a "tragic suicide", not a homicide. "She turned [their conversations] into: 'I love you". Roy, of Mattapoisett, killed himself July 12, 2014 by inhaling a deadly dose of carbon monoxide generated by a gasoline-powered water pump that he had installed in his truck. Lire la suite »

Les Britanniques élisent un Parlement sans majorité — Royaume-Uni

Mme May a indiqué compter sur le soutien du parti nord-irlandais unioniste DUP, qui a remporté dix sièges, pour gouverner. Du côté des pays membres, seule l'Allemagne a pour l'instant réagi par l'intermédiaire de son ministre des Affaires étrangères Sigmar Gabriel, qui a déclaré que " la Première ministre Theresa May (avait) quasiment fait de cette élection un vote sur le Brexit ", ajoutant " que le message de cette élection " incitait clairement le pays à réfléchir sur le bien-fondé d'une ... Lire la suite »