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Donald Trump's lawyer to file complaint over leaked James Comey memo

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump refused Friday to say whether his private conversations with fired FBI Director James Comey were taped - a matter at the heart of conflicting accounts of what passed between them - and asserted that nothing in Comey's testimony to the Senate showed collusion with Russian Federation or obstruction of justice. Lire la suite »

Trump After Ex-FBI Chief's Testimony: 'WOW, Comey is a Leaker'


Trump's legal team will file a complaint early next week with the Justice Department's inspector general. The conclusion follows not simply from Trump's long and durable history of mendacity. Comey's remarks , which were released the night before, were spiced up Thursday as the fired lawman said the President lied about multiple things . Lire la suite »

Donald Trump appelle le Qatar à ne plus soutenir le terrorisme


Ainsi, en raison de l'annulation de l'ensemble des vols reliant Doha (Qatar) aux Emirats Arabes Unis, à l'Arabie Saoudite, au Yémen, aux Maldives, à Bahreïn et à l'Egypte, Royal Air Maroc annonce qu'elle ne peut plus assurer les vols à destination de ces pays, avec un transit à l'aéroport de Doha . Lire la suite »

Apple reveals voice-activated smart speaker, HomePod


For example, Apple promises that HomePod will employ Siri voice integration, allowing the device to act as a " home assistant". The Google Home and Amazon Echo are both priced below that but we still don't know the sound differences and capabilities between them. Lire la suite »

Apple's HomePod Is a Pricey Amazon Echo Competitor


It's part of Apple's effort to entice professionals with tablets that can handle many tasks previously reserved for laptops. The HomePod will use its internal microphones to pick up voice commands and uses the same processor chip as the iPhone to pump out "spatially aware" sound, Apple said. Lire la suite »

Trump, Christie center stage in race they're not part of


She gained a reputation as the administration's ambassador to the business world. In New Jersey , though, the double blow of Trump's underwater approval rating and Christie's historic unpopularity - (in December, Quinnipiac University found his approval rating at 19%, the lowest of any governor in any state in more than 20 years of polling) - have made for a tougher-than-usual atmosphere for Republicans in an already mostly blue state. Lire la suite »

UK Election Result 2017: What Does A Hung Parliament Imply?


They were mathematically unable to reach the 326 mark that would give them a majority, meaning they will have to form an informal or formal alliance to push forward their agenda. She had hoped to increase her party's majority in the Parliament which would strengthen her leadership. With the negotiations set to start on June 19, and Britain plunged into a state of political crisis, talks with Brussels are in disarray. Lire la suite »

Iran blames Trump for new Mid-East muddle

Kuwait's emir has traveled to Qatar and met that country's leader as part of his efforts to mediate an end to a crisis that's seen Arab nations cut ties to the energy-rich country and attempt to isolate it. The countries involved in the dispute accuse Qatar of giving financial support to ISIS; Qatar has also accused Saudi Arabia of backing the militant group. Lire la suite »

Corbyn cuts Tories' poll lead again


But she denied she regretted calling a snap election which has seen her opinion poll lead slip from 25 points to five or less, saying the decision showed she had "balls". "And you've backtracked on your social care policy". The Labour leader said it was "staggering" that pensioners had not been told at what level social care costs would be capped or how many elderly people would lose the winter fuel payment, worth up to £300. Lire la suite »

Man arrested over Manchester attack released


The station closed was closed followi. A total of 22 people, including many children, were killed in the attack outside the Ariana Grande concert. Prime Minister Theresa May said Saturday the country's threat level was lowered from "critical" to "severe". Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said "military personnel will remain in readiness to support the police should it be necessary". Lire la suite »

Man suspected in girl's death in Illinois due in Vegas court


Jason Quate, who is accused of trafficking his wife for prostitution, makes his initial court appearance at the Regional Justice Center on Friday, June 9, 2017, in Las Vegas. The girl's mother contacted police from a Las Vegas woman's shelter Monday, where she said she had gone to seek refuge from her husband. That's where Quate encouraged her to have sex with men for money, she said. Lire la suite »

Israel settlement plans 'challenge' to Trump: Palestinians

In that war, Israel occupied the West Bank and the Gaza Strip and subsequently annexed east Jerusalem, in a move never recognised by the worldwide community. The reported move follows an Israeli government decision in March to build the new settlement, known as Amichai. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a speech at a ceremony marking the 50th anniversary of the 1967 war, said his country was seeking "true peace" with its neighbors but it has to ensure its own security. Lire la suite »

How One Londoner Feels About Borough Market After Saturday's Terror Attack

Immediately after he was arrested at Bologna airport in March 2016, Italian authorities put the name of the third London terror attacker, Youssef Zaghba , on the global intelligence circuit, sources said Tuesday. Two men were arrested by police "supported by firearms officers" on a street in Ilford, east London , the Metropolitan Police said in a statement yesterday. Lire la suite »

Ryad et Washington "impliqués", selon les Gardiens de la révolution — Attentats


Quatre assaillants ont mené l'attaque contre le Parlement, a poursuivi le ministère. Les hommes armés ont fait irruption au siège du Parlement où ils ont ouvert le feu. L'Iran chiite et la Russie sont engagés militairement en Syrie aux côtés du pouvoir contre les groupes rebelles et jihadistes principalement l'EI. En dépit des tensions avec l'Iran, les Emirats arabes unis ont aussi condamné les attaques. Lire la suite »

Ex-BBC presenters found guilty of indecently assaulting under-age boys


In an interview with the Leicester Mercury three years ago, Mrs Wadsworth told how she was not particularly attracted to her spouse at first but accepted an invitation on their first meeting to have a look around at the BBC. "At 60 years of age, hers has been a tragic fall from grace - she forged from humble beginnings a successful career as a broadcaster". Speaking after the case, David Rouse, a senior prosecutor with the Crown Prosecution Service, said the couple had lived "double lives". Lire la suite »

Qatar willing to talk to resolve Gulf crisis - foreign minister

He offered no documents to support his claim, but Western officials long have accused Qatar's government of allowing or even encouraging funding of Sunni extremists. The top headlines from General Prosecutor Hamad Saif Al-Shamsi has warned its citizens that expressing any sympathy with Qatar on social media would be considered as punishable offence by the law. Lire la suite »

The 12 coolest things we learnt from WWDC 2017


Members of the media photograph a prototype Apple HomePod during the annual Apple Worldwide Developer Conference ( WWDC ) in San Jose, California, US June 5, 2017. Well, adding further, the company has announced that this new HomePod is basically created to work with Apple Music , which means that you will have to require a subscription to music streaming service. Lire la suite »

Man who tried to hijack MH128 was just released from psychiatric facility


A Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight bound for Kuala Lumpur was forced to make a U-turn back to Melbourne last night after a " disruptive passenger " claimed he was carrying a bomb. The passenger was arrested by airport security. Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was shot down over the Ukraine in 2014 with the loss of all 283 passengers and 15 crew and Flight 370 with 238 people aboard disappeared in 2013, believed to have crashed in the southern Indian Ocean. Lire la suite »

United Kingdom leader May: I will form a government to provide certainty


The focus was immediately on Ms Foster's wish-list and any Brexit concessions for Northern Ireland as her party prepare to talk to the Conservatives over the weekend. When May called the snap election, the Conservatives had a 20 point polling average lead over Labour. And at the outset, polls had shown a resounding victory for Conservatives. Lire la suite »

Theresa May is forming a minority government - here's what that actually means


What the country needs more than ever is certainty . Theresa May suggested the conservative party and the DUP would work together, by forming "a strong relationship formed over the years". The weaker mandate couldn't come at a worst time for May, as she prepares to negotiate the "best possible deal" for the UK's departure from the European Union. Lire la suite »

UK Snap Election Leads to a Hung Parliament

The EU had wanted exit talks to begin on June 19, but they could now be delayed if the inconclusive election leads to political turmoil. George Osborne, the former finance minister who stepped down at the election, told ITV that the results were "catastrophic" for his party. Lire la suite »

Queensland police killer shot dead after 21-hour siege


No police officers were injured during the arrest. "The Queensland Police Union normally sets up an account for the community to show their support". Facebook Senior Constable Brett Forte was allegedly killed by Rick Charles Maddison, 40, as he tried to evade police. 'I had to go pick up the kids because the wife couldn't get out, I was at work'. Lire la suite »