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Govt Laments Tension Between Qatar, Gulf States

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on Arab nations on Friday to immediately ease their blockade on Qatar, warning that the Persian Gulf crisis is hindering US efforts to fight the Islamic State group and other extremists in the Middle East. Lire la suite »

Iran holds funeral for terror victims

Alavi told state TV that authorities had found and raided the home where the pre-attack IS video was filmed. Riyadh and Teheran vie for predominance in the Gulf and influence in the wider Islamic world. On Thursday, the Iranian Intelligence Ministry released the names of the five terrorists who were killed after carrying out the deadly attacks in Tehran . Lire la suite »

Ex-Premier League star Cheick Tiote dies after collapsing in training


There have been calls to put a blocking mechanism in place on mobile phone signals in prisons in the wake of Ranger's post, with a former acting prison governor suggesting that it was the most logical course of action available to deny prisoners who have smuggled phones inside the opportunity to beat the system. Lire la suite »

Could a hung parliament make Jeremy Corbyn prime minister?

In the 2015 elections , the Conservatives held 331 seats, the Labour Party bagged 232, the Scottish National Party had 56 and Liberal Democrat won 8 seats. The Conservatives will look to work with the Unionist parties in Northern Ireland but that still may not give them a working majority. "And I think she came across in the campaign as not only as wooden and robotic but actually pretty insincere". Lire la suite »

Les conservateurs perdent leur majorité — RU

Car si les conservateurs ont fini en tête malgré la perte de 12 sièges, l'opposition travailliste a gagné, elle, une trentaine de sièges, selon les résultats quasi définitifs. "En ce qui concerne la Commission, nous pouvons ouvrir des négociations dès demain matin à neuf heures et demie", a-t-il déclaré lors d'une conférence de presse. Lire la suite »

Grand jury indicts woman in leaked secrets case

The parents of 25-year-old Reality Winner sat down with Anderson Cooper of CNN on Tuesday night and tried to explain their daughter's mindset when she leaked classified information to a website. Davis said she received a commendation for aiding in the deaths of more than 100 enemy combatants and more than 250 enemy captures. "She's a patriot, and to see her maligned and slandered in the media is very disheartening". Lire la suite »

UK Election 2017: Millions Of Voters Go To Polls

Voting in the United Kingdom general election is under way at more than 40,000 polling stations across the country. After the 2015 General Election and the 2016 referendum, perhaps there was election fatigue. The first result in Essex is expected at around 2am when Epping Forest is set to declare. The results have been flooding in throughout the night and early morning . Lire la suite »

Sri Lanka monsoon toll climbs to 164


With more rains expected on Sunday and Monday, rescuers are racing against time to reach those affected . "All access to our village is cut off". The country has deployed some 2,000 military personnel to assist in the rescue effort. The meteorological department said it is forecasting more rain in the next two days. Water levels in Ratnapura, the gem-mining district east of Colombo , had subsided , but many villages in Kalutara south of the capital were still under water, said ... Lire la suite »

North Korea Tests Missiles After South Suspends Anti-Missile System


According to South Korea's joint chiefs of staff, the projectiles launched June 8 were surface-to-ship cruise missiles that flew 200 kilometers or so before splashing down. Now an environmental survey will be conducted-a process that could take a year or possibly longer. "North Korea is carrying out carefully calibrated provocations... Lire la suite »

Qatar negotiating supplies of drinking water with Turkey, Iran

While Qatar maintained the story was false, the report was followed by diplomatic problems between the country and other Middle Eastern nations Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia , as well as the UAE. "It was started based on fabricated news, being wedged and being inserted in our national news agency, which was hacked and proved by the Federal Bureau of Investigation". Lire la suite »

Lewandowski Slams Comey for 'Egregious' Leaking of Trump Memo

James Comey may stand at the center of a political maelstrom, but the ousted Federal Bureau of Investigation chief turned nemesis of the president did not flinch as he laid down devastating accusations against Donald Trump . "Okay", Feinstein said, "You have the President of the United States asking you to stop an investigation, that's an important investigation". Gasps rippled through the packed room when Comey revealed he had indirectly leaked to reporters key information from memos he ... Lire la suite »

N.Korea rejects S.Korea group's offer for anti-malaria help


It was Washington's "ultimate double standard" to ban other countries from nuclear or missile tests amid its own attempts to modernize the United States arsenal. "It is not only (a) ballistic missile defense system - it has real function", said Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin. We are convinced that it will increase the tensions of the region. Lire la suite »

Apple Introduces HomePod Smart Speaker

It's part of Apple's effort to entice professionals with tablets that can handle many tasks previously reserved for laptops. "If you think about putting an Echo in every room times a two-room apartment or an eight-room home.compared to $350 for HomePod you could have eight Dots with our three-pack". Lire la suite »

La victime demande la clôture du dossier de viol — Affaire Polanski


Le réalisateur de " Rosemary's Baby " et de "Chinatown" est accusé d'avoir drogué Samantha Geimer quand elle avait 13 ans avant de la violer au domicile de Jack Nicholson, à Los Angeles, en 1977. Harland Braun a informé Roman Polanski jeudi de ce nouveau développement dans l'affaire. Ce n'est pas la première fois que Samantha Geimer fait part de sa volonté de classer l'affaire. Lire la suite »

Phosphates marocains: le "polisario" débouté par une cour du Panama


Dans ce communiqué, l'OCP précise que "la cour panaméenne déclare qu'une cour nationale n'est pas la juridiction compétente pour se prononcer au sujet d'une affaire politique internationale". Le tribunal sud-africain en charge de ce dossier devait prononcer son verdict ce jeudi, mais il a reporté sa décision jusqu'au 15 juin. La même source explique que pour l'instant, les fondements juridiques et les faits sont favorables à la position marocaine. Lire la suite »

McLaren : Le partenariat avec Honda bientôt rompu ?


Pour Zak Brown, le point de rupture se rapproche avec Honda. " Le comité exécutif nous a désormais donné un ordre de marche". Nous n'allons pas passer une autre année comme celle-ci, à vivre dans l'espoir. Nous attendions impatiemment cette évolution moteur, tout comme nos pilotes, et le fait de ne pas l'avoir (à Montréal) est une énorme déception ". Lire la suite »

Corbyn dit avoir "changé la politique, pour le meilleur" — GB/élections

Le ministre allemand des Affaires étrangères Sigmar Gabriel a lui jugé que le scrutin s'était soldé par un désaveu pour Mme May et sa position pour un Brexit " dur ". Le camouflet infligé à Theresa May jeudi aux législatives britanniques risque de changer la donne pour les négociations sur le Brexit que la Première ministre abordera fortement affaiblie, si elle est toujours en poste d'ici-là. Lire la suite »

Intelligence chiefs unsure what can say publicly

Mike Rogers; and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. But the top Democrat on the committee, Mark Warner , said, you're all very relevant to this ongoing investigation we're doing, and while you are here, I'm going to ask about that. "I replied only that 'he is a good guy'". Both Coats and Rogers did not answer whether the president at any time asked them to intervene in the FBI's investigation, which is looking into possible Kremlin interference in the US election and collusion with ... Lire la suite »

MIT says Trump misused its research in ditching climate deal

NPR reports the bill was signed Tuesday by Gov. David Ige . Former FBI Director James Comey will say Thursday that President Donald Trump asked him about the former national security adviser Michael Flynn and to "see your way clear to letting this go", according to a copy of his opening remarks posted online. Lire la suite »

L'abstention pourrait battre un record au premier tour — Législatives

Il a joute que "30%" des futurs abstentionnistes ne voteront pas car même s'ils ne soutiennent pas le président Emmanuel Macron, ils refusent de "le bloquer" ou pensent que "l'élection est jouée d'avance" . Ce choix est justifié plutôt pour que " le gouvernement et le nouveau président puissent gouverner " (68%), bien plus que par l' "adhésion à ce mouvement et à ses idées " (14%)". Lire la suite »

Qatar crisis: UAE threatens sympathisers with prison

The Arab countries all severed diplomatic and commercial ties with Qatar Monday, citing its support for terrorism. President Donald Trump , who initially came out in support of the Saudi-led action, called Sheikh Tamim and offered to host talks between the US allies. Lire la suite »

European Union presses Britain to get its act together for Brexit talks


Brexit talks - due to start in 10 day's time - may be delayed and the Prime Minister's personal authority undermined by the shock result, which left the Conservatives short of a working majority by just eight seats. President Donald Trump on issues like his decision to leave the Paris Agreement, or his attacks on London Mayor Sadiq Khan in the immediate aftermath of a terror attack. Lire la suite »