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High five raté et moment gênant pour Jeremy Corbyn — Royaume-Uni

Devant les caméras, il prend dans ses bras une autre cadre du parti, Emily Thornberry. Mais Jeremy Corbyn a tout de même passé un moment plus qu'embarassant. Il a infligé un revers à Theresa May aux élections législatives britanniques. Ce qui devait être un sympathique petit " high five " s'est cependant soldé par un malentendu passablement gênant, qui a fait hurler de rire les internautes. Lire la suite »

Here Are Some Of The New Features In iOS 11

The tech company introduced its new iOS , iOS 11, at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday, and the new update comes packed with upgrades that'll make it even better to use your iPhone and iPad. In a nutshell, AR overlays digital content on top of physical objects to create a mixed reality experience. That's going to be really useful on your next holiday. Lire la suite »

Twitter could be Trump's undoing, allies warn

Now, 69 percent of registered voters say Trump tweets too much, up 13 points when pollsters asked the same question in December , while 51 percent say his tweeting hurts American national security interests. Now we are told to treat the President of the United States of America calling the Mayor of London's remarks " pathetic " an official White House statement. Lire la suite »

US senators slam Egypt's NGO law as 'draconian'


Activist Mohamed Zaree is the Egypt programme director at the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies. The new law stipulates that NGOs don't engage in any activities that might clash with the national security and public order, which was deemed by rights groups as a "vague and broad condition". Lire la suite »

Claiming vindication, Trump answers Comey testimony with denials

Mr Trump cryptically refused to say whether those private exchanges were taped - a matter at the heart of the conflicting accounts of what passed between them at a time when Mr Comey was leading an FBI investigation into Russia's interference in the presidential election and its ties to the Trump campaign. Lire la suite »

Crowning moment for Durant

Warriors guard Stephen Curry was impressed to see Durant seize the moment and swing momentum in the game and series heavily in Golden State's favour. Job's not done. Close-out games are always the toughest. It is Kevin Durant who had just made the thre-pointer that changed the night for the Warriors. Lire la suite »

May to head minority government with DUP support

Prime Minister Theresa May's office this afternoon said Philip Hammond will stay on as Chancellor of the Exchequer. Instead she set about shoring up her grip on power, announcing plans to work with the Democratic Unionists ( DUP ), whose 10 MPs would give her a working majority. Lire la suite »

No. 3 Halep faces unseeded Ostapenko in French Open final


Brilliant winners were exchanged in the first moments of the second set but the momentum had clearly shifted to Halep's favour, as she took a quick 3-0 lead. "And in the match against her of course I need to stay aggressive and to play my game". Halep said: "Thank you for coming". She deserved to win. All eyes will now be on Ostapenko to see if she can respond against the hard-hitting Romanian. Lire la suite »

Apple is finally fixing the iPhone's annoying volume box

A new feature called Offload Unused Apps will help you free up space when you are running low on storage. " Apple took out a series of patents more than three years ago created to address the issue of driver safety, so while this new feature has been rather a long time coming it's a positive step that the majority of drivers with an iOS device will be able to benefit from it by the autumn". Lire la suite »

Trump '100%' Willing To Testify About Comey Discussions

He also accused Qatar, a key USA military partner, of funding terrorism "at a very high level", and said solving the problem in the tiny Persian Gulf nation could be "the beginning of the end of terrorism". It all underscored what's become a hardening dynamic of the Trump presidency: Republicans on Capitol Hill and off are mostly sticking with the president despite the mounting scandals and seemingly endless crises that surround him. Lire la suite »

United Kingdom election powerbrokers: who are the DUP?

While May's election gamble did not go how she wanted, the 10 seats that the DUP won in Northern Ireland , combined with the Conservatives' 318 seats, would give the two parties a slender majority of nine seats. Other members of the party have criticized Mrs. Mr Corbyn, whose Labour party won 262 seats in the election, told the Sunday Mirror he would oppose the Queen's Speech all the way. Lire la suite »

Trump calls Comey a liar

In one note, Comey says Trump cleared the room before encouraging Comey to end an investigation into Trump's national security adviser, Michael Flynn. No plausible case. We must distinguish crimes from "political sins". But Donald Trump refused to say whether his private conversations with the fired FBI Director were taped - an issue at the centre of conflicting accounts of what passed between them. Lire la suite »

Russian Federation touts dialogue in addressing Qatar crisis

But Trump said that he, Tillerson and military leaders had decided during Trump's trip to Saudi Arabia last month that a public rebuke was needed. "The (counter terrorist-financing) challenges they face aren't unique to them", said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. Lire la suite »

No panic as Mercedes prepare for Canada


While his Ferrari team-mate Sebastian Vettel ended up three tenths of a second adrift of an inspired Lewis Hamilton in the fight for pole, Raikkonen was almost eight tenths back, which he described as "not a surprise". Lewis Hamilton says that Ferrari has to be the favorite heading into the Montreal weekend - but he's hopeful Mercedes has addressed the issues that has hampered it in recent races. Lire la suite »

Another Report 'Confirms' iPhone 8 Will Have In-Screen Touch ID


Now, developer preview testers are highlighting new features that they have stumbled upon while using unstable iOS 11. Although these are both exciting features to look forward to, we recommend you to not hold your breath. As many other sources have claimed, the report says the iPhone 8 will feature a vertical dual-camera setup for augmented reality capabilities, which has further been corroborated with Apple's ARKit . Lire la suite »

Intel Officials Won't Publicly Testify On Private Trump Talks


When asked by Republican Sen. The nation's intelligence chiefs, facing questions from Congress one day before former FBI Director James Comey provides his first public account of the events leading up to his firing, declined to describe conversations with President Donald Trump but said they had not been directed to do anything they considered illegal or felt pressured to do so. Lire la suite »

Trump dodges tapes question, denies seeking Comey 'loyalty'

President Donald Trump says congressional Democrats are "obstructionists" who are stalling his agenda. In his testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee, Comey said he believes Trump fired him over the Russian Federation probe, and he accused the White House of lying about the details of the dismissal. Lire la suite »

Netanyahu vows Israel's "forever" control of Golan Heights

The Palestinian foreign ministry said in a statement: "Netanyahu wants to cut off the momentum of United States and worldwide efforts to resume negotiations between Palestinians and Israelis". "I, as a Palestinian , citizen of Israel, I really want this occupation to end; I want people to have their freedom, my people, my Palestinian people", said another protester in the above video. Lire la suite »

British police name third attacker as new search gets underway


The next of kin of 45-year-old Xavier Thomas were informed. Nathalie Cros Brohan, sister of Mr Thomas's girlfriend Christine Delcros, posted on Facebook this morning that the family "fear the worst". Police disclosed late on Monday that 27-year-old Khuram Butt , a British citizen born in Pakistan , was known to police and domestic spy agency MI5, but with resources scarce had not been deemed enough of a threat to warrant close monitoring. Lire la suite »

Journal entry before bus crash: 'God has called me here'


Police said the bus was in lane 1 and attempted to change lanes over to lane 2 when it collided with a Chrysler that was already in lane 2. "It's what she lived and breathed for". "We get to participate in his divine nature! I mean how awesome is that?' is what she says". "I was just reminded of why I'm here and that God called me here, and he's done so for a reason", she wrote while on the bus ride, before it crashed. Lire la suite »

Housing minister loses seat to put policy in doubt


Mr Barwell, who wrote a book on how to win a marginal seat , received 24,221 seats to Labour candidate Sarah Jones' 29,873 - giving her a majority of 5,652. Speaking after he lost the seat he has held since 2010, he said the one consolation was that the result meant he would get to spend more time with his family. Lire la suite »

Trump says Comey testimony showed 'no obstruction'

Additionally, said former DOJ spokesman Matthew Miller, Comey wasn't acting as Trump's attorney, so there was "no attorney-client privilege". This is pernicious - and risky. On March 20, Comey informed Congress that the FBI was investigating possible links between the Trump campaign and Russia's interference in the 2016 election. Lire la suite »

Theresa May to finalise cabinet amid DUP talks


That's what we will deliver... now let's get to work. Davidson, who became engaged to partner, Jen Wilson, in May 2016, later told the BBC: "I was fairly straightforward with her (Theresa May) and I told her that there were a number of things that count to me more than the party". Lire la suite »