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Iran says Trump reaction to attacks 'repugnant'

Iran's foreign minister on Thursday rejected Donald Trump's condolences for deadly attacks in Tehran, calling the USA president's words repugnant. He said the men spoke Arabic in the video released by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant militant group from inside the building. Lire la suite »

Thousands may have been killed in Philippines: ICRC

Maute terrorists are recruiting children as young as 4 and teaching them to fight, Al Jazeera news reported May 31, citing among the terrorists an additional jihad group known as Abu Sayyaf. Also speaking Thursday, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said those behind the violence in Marawi were "purely ISIS". "You are you and I am me and I said, 'if we meet in one corner, so be it, '" he continued. Lire la suite »

F-35 Flights Halted At Luke Air Force Base


According to base officials, since May 2, five F-35A pilots assigned to Luke Air Force Base have reported physiological incidents while flying. All of the pilots were able to land their aircraft safely by using the aircraft's backup oxygen system. Lire la suite »

Judge won't dismiss Michelle Carter case; defense to begin calling witnesses


Roy: I just don't know how to leave them, you know. The defense said Roy was depressed, in part, because of family abuse. Carter's bench trial got underway Tuesday in juvenile court in Taunton . "The defendant [expletive] told him to get back in". The final witness revealed a series of disturbing text messages the state claims prove she pushed Roy to take his life. Lire la suite »

SoftBank to buy robotics businesses from Alphabet Inc


Financial concerns or differences with Boston Dynamics may have played a part in selling the companies, Condliffe speculated. The videos of Boston Dynamics' robots, with names like WildCat , Big Dog and Cheetah , were often big hits online, fueled by a mix of awe and terror as many pondered a Terminator-like future in which machines would rule humans. Lire la suite »

I would speak under oath on Comey

The attorney is expected to file a complaint with the Justice Department inspector general about the revelation next week, according to a person close to the legal team who agreed to speak before the filing on condition that the person's name is not used. Lire la suite »

PlayStation Store Days of Play summer sale event is now live


You can see all the deals right here on the PlayStation Store website . Additionally, the Gold Wireless Headset - that... isn't actually gold? - is discounted at $80. There's also $10 off a yearly PS Plus membership promo and $15 in credit when spending $100 or more on the PS Store . This offer lasts a teensy bit longer than the rest of the sale, as you have until June 20th at 11:59pm PT / 2:59pm ET to spend that $100. Lire la suite »

Apple takes on Amazon with voice-activated speaker

HomePod marks Apple's attempt to put a stake in the smart-home assistant hardware market, an area now dominated by Amazon's growing array of Alexa-running devices, like its Echo speaker, and Google's Home gadget, which runs Google Assistant. Lire la suite »

Critics of Donald Trump are not even people, claims son

Despite Eric Trump insisting that the usage of the course was donated, the records show billing has occurred. The increased costs for the tournament coincided with changes to the Foundation's board in 2010, when it changed from being made up of mostly Eric's personal friends to those closely connected with the financial interests of the Trump Organization, according to Forbes . Lire la suite »

Jared Kushner more than willing to answer Russia-related questions


White House officials have asked President Trump's son-in-law and top aide Jared Kushner to "lay low", following news that a federal probe into Russian interference in the 2016 race had zeroed in on him , NBC News reported Monday . "It is my opinion that numerous leaks coming out of the White House are fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media", he wrote the morning after his return home. Lire la suite »

Brexit talks can start 'when United Kingdom is ready', says European Union chief negotiator


European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker was quoted by Politico sharing a similar opinion. Just talked to Jeremy Corbyn on the phone. British newspapers summed it up in a word: Mayhem. All preparations by Michel Barnier, the EU's Brexit negotiator, were based on the United Kingdom holding to an approach that leaves the single market, customs union and takes control of immigration. Lire la suite »

Police name gunman in Melbourne hostage-taking


The gunman identified as Yacqub Khayre was shot dead yesterday following a stand-off with police which lasted for more than an hour at serviced apartments on Bay Street in Brighton, 11km south-east of Melbourne's central business district. Lire la suite »

Trump tweets reaction to Comey hearing: 'Complete vindication'

During his testimony, Comey described uncomfortable interactions with the president while investigating Michael Flynn, Trump's former national security adviser. Neither Trump nor the White House has given any indication that the president will appear before Congress but each has responded to both the press and on social media. Lire la suite »

PM Modi meets Uzbekistan President, discusses expansion of ties


After participating in the SCO Summit on Friday, Modi will attend the World Exposition, which Kazakhstan is hosting this year, before returning to India. " I am grateful to you for your efforts and support for India's SCO membership", PM Modi told Chinese president. Pakistan has shown its interest in buying military hardware from Russian Federation but no major deal is yet to be finalized between the two countries. Lire la suite »

Trump's Lawyer Blasts Comey For 'Leaks'


He said he took notes of his conversations with the chief executive because he feared that Trump would lie about them, and accused the White House of spreading lies about why he was ousted. Comey said he doubted the Justice Department would be able to conduct a thorough investigation and wanted a special counsel to assume that role. Comey clearly found Trump's conduct so unusual and so inappropriate that he - and his top aides - appeared to be genuinely unsure of how to respond to it. Lire la suite »

Apple's HomePod speaker will 'reinvent music'

The trend-setting company also is putting new twists on existing products as it delves deeper into virtual reality and a form of artificial intelligence called machine learning . iPhones will only keep the most recent messages on the device to save storage. The company's new MacBook Pro models pack tons of power, and the new iPad Pro features a bold new design. Lire la suite »

Apple taking on Venmo with peer-to-peer payments


The move is undoubtedly an attempt to undermine the popularity of apps such as Venmo and Square Cash , all of which allow P2P transactions. Apple Pay Cash will be available through iOS 11 on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Alternatively, the money can be transferred for free into your bank account. However if you choose to use your debit card for payments, then there will be no fee attached, so that's worth noting especially if you plan on taking advantage of it. Lire la suite »

PAGCOR suspends license of Resorts World Manila


On Friday, RWM announced it had engaged the service of noted global security experts in order to review and address the gaps that made it possible for lone gunman Jessie Carlos to enter the hotel and torch gaming tables and slot machines on the second floor, before killing himself. Lire la suite »

Honda to roll out all-new Accord with no V6 option


For the all-new Accord , Honda is rolling out an all-new 10-speed automatic transmission, something previously unheard of in the world of passenger cars. Second, the new Accord sedan will offer more ways to get a six-speed manual gearbox, making it available with either nonhybrid engine-not just with the base engine as in today's model. Lire la suite »

Ce que l'on sait de l'enquête — Attentat de Londres


Deux ressortissants français sont portés disparus après l'attentat de Londres qui a coûté la vie à un autre Français, a annoncé lundi à Londres le ministre français des Affaires étrangères Jean-Yves Le Drian. D'après sa mère, son agresseur a crié: "C'est pour ma famille, c'est pour l'islam". Le jeune homme serait connu des services de police, notamment en raison d'une plainte déposée par l'une de ses voisines qui l'accusait de prosélytisme auprès de ses enfants. Lire la suite »

Saudi Arabia escape punishment over minute's silence snub


The Saudi football federation said in a statement it "deeply regrets and unreservedly apologises for any offense caused", after players appeared to ignore the stadium announcer's call for a minute's silence to honour the eight victims of the attack, including two Australians. Lire la suite »

Daech revendique le double-attentat à Téhéran — Iran


L'Iran et la Russie sont engagés militairement en Syrie aux côtés du pouvoir contre les groupes rebelles et jihadistes principalement l'EI. Les deux attaques ont été menées par deux commandos de plusieurs personnes. Ce genre d'attaques quasi-simultanées sur de tels lieux hautement symboliques en Iran est très rare. Autour des deux lieux des attaques, d'imposantes forces de sécurité étaient présentes. Lire la suite »

Schoolchildren who killed Spalding mother and daughter named


Edwards bore grudges towards her mother and sister which Markham came to share, leading them to "jointly" decide to kill Mrs Markham and "entirely innocent" Katie. Det Supt Martin Holvey, of Lincolnshire Police, did not seem to think the identities should have been made public: "I'm sure that sense of disbelief and horror will be deepened now it is known that it was Elizabeth's own daughter who was responsible for plotting with her boyfriend to carry out the murders". Lire la suite »