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Cosby's accuser says she was drugged, groped; "I was frozen"


Andrea Constand has finally broken her silence with a graphic account of the night she was allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby . Cosby faces a 10-year prison term if convicted. "Yes", replied Constand, though she said the bath salts were not from her, but from a friend. "As an advocate for women and with my nonprofit the Kamp Kizzy Foundation, which is all about empowerment, self esteem for girls, I don't take these charges lightly". Lire la suite »

Qatar tells Gulf residents they are free to stay

Those countries along with others cited the reason to cut ties with Qatar to the later continuation of supporting terrorist groups and interference in the internal affairs of other states. Saudi Arabia has closed its land border crossings to Qatar, which imports almost all of its food. Turkish products are meeting high demand in stores across Qatar, which is facing an economic blockade from fellow Arab countries. Lire la suite »

Iran arrests seven for supporting Tehran attacks


In a condolence message read to mourners ahead of a funeral for the victims of Wednesday's attack that killed 17 and wounded scores, Khamenei blasted leaders in Washington and Riyadh. Iran said its security forces on Saturday killed the mastermind of the attacks, and arrested seven people suspected of helping the militants. "Lots of documents and weaponry have been seized as well". Lire la suite »

UK Labour Leader Corbyn: 'I Can Still Be Prime Minister'


The details of the agreement "will be put forward for discussion and agreement" at a cabinet meeting on Monday, a day before the new parliament meets, the spokesman said. But Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, who is gay, was among the first to express disquiet over a deal with the DUP, which is opposed to abortion and gay rights. Lire la suite »

Police release photos of London attackers' fake bomb belts


Commander Dean Haydon, of the Metropolitan Police , said anyone who had seen the belts on the night would have thought they were genuine. "We're not looking for a wider network", said Haydon, head of London's Counter Terrorism Command, adding that officers were still trying to piece together how the three men had met. Lire la suite »

Doubts over Theresa May's grip on power as DUP deal talks continue


Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson speaks at a Conservative party general elections campaign event in Durham, North East England, on June 6, 2017. "I have no doubt at all that Theresa May will continue to serve and work hard as prime minister - and do it brilliantly". Severely weakened, she could hardly afford a wholesale reshuffle antagonising senior colleagues and livid backbenchers, some of whom are baying for her blood and eventual resignation. Lire la suite »

British PM Seeks Minority Government Following Election Losses


He said on BBC's Question Time: 'She is playing fast and loose, on Brexit , on Margaret Thatcher's greatest achievement the single market and now Tony Blair and Gordon Brown's greatest achievement which is the peace in Northern Ireland . Initially blind-sided by May's snap election call, and written off by many pollsters, Labor surged in the final weeks of the campaign. Beard: There's probably quite a few members of her own party who might actually agree with that, because this was one ... Lire la suite »

United Kingdom police search Manchester property as part of bombing probe


Police have arrested at least 16 people in an investigation that continues more than seven days after the attack in a packed concert hall filled with children and young people. None of the men arrested in Britain have so far been charged with any crime and police have up to 14 days in which to do so under special anti-terrorism laws. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron's party set for landslide as France goes to polls


Macron's year-old centrist movement, En Marche! , is seeking an absolute majority to be able to implement his campaign promises, which include simplifying labour rules and making it easier to lay off workers in hopes of boosting hiring. Initial figures released by the French embassy in Jerusalem showed that the majority of France's nationals voted for the center-right Les Républicains-UDI candidate Meyer Habib, who received 76.10% of the vote in Jerusalem, 74.11% in Tel Aviv, and 50.20% in ... Lire la suite »

Stop Funding terrorism, Donald Trump Tells Qatar, US' Key Ally

But Western diplomats accuse the country of allowing or even encouraging the funding of some Sunni extremists. U.S. President Donald Trump once again accused Qatar on June 9 of being "a funder of terrorism at a very high level", while a group of Arab states led by Saudi Arabia on June 8 issued a list of Qatar-linked people and organizations it said were "terrorists" as they ratcheted up their boycott of the peninsular state. Lire la suite »

Cink, Cabrera Bello among 3 leaders at St. Jude


He posted 1.837 in SG: Putting and 1.556 putts per GIR, the now leader in the latter with a cumulative 1.533. He held a two-stroke lead on the front nine before making three bogeys coming home in a 69, while five-time PGA Tour victor Crane carded a bogey-free 68. Lire la suite »

May, Northern Ireland party strike deal

The outlined accord "will be put forward for discussion and agreement" at cabinet meeting on Monday, one day before the new parliament is set to met, he added. British Prime Minister Theresa May's party won 318 seats, eight short of the 326 they needed for an outright majority. This is still on. The Conservative Party leader refused to resign after losing her party's parliamentary majority in last Thursday's vote, but has suffered a humiliation from which she will struggle to recover. Lire la suite »

N.Ireland's DUP says talks ongoing with PM May's Conservatives


On Saturday, May's office said the DUP had come to an "outline agreement" with the Conservatives, who failed to win a majority in the British parliamentary election on Thursday. The British pound tumbled on Friday against the US dollar and the euro before stabilising, down 1.7 and 1.4 percent against the two currencies respectively. Lire la suite »

US spy planes help Philippine troops quell siege


Also on Friday, the Philippine military asked Facebook to close dozens of accounts linked to fighters in Marawi City . The clashes in Marawi began following a raid on the hideout of a leading Abu Sayyaf militant, Isnilon Hapilon, who pledged loyalty to IS almost three years ago. Lire la suite »

Stop funding terror, teaching hate: Trump to Qatar

Trump bashed Qatar as a "funder of terrorism at a very high level" and called on it to stop funding terrorist organizations. Trump said Arab leaders he met with in Saudi Arabia last month had urged him to confront Qatar over its behavior. Lire la suite »

Russia's Putin denies having compromising information on Trump


Putin also told NBC that regardless of Trump's previous travel to Russian Federation as a businessman, he had had no relationship with him and had never met him. "Your lives must be so boring", if Americans are reduced to making up stories about Russian Federation, he said."I never met with him". It isn't any ambassador's work to report to the president on his "routine work", Putin explained. Lire la suite »

Kashmir: Indian Army eliminates 13 armed intruders in 96 hours

He was interacting with the troops during his visit to LOC in Muzaffarabad sector where he was given a detailed by the local Commander regarding operational situation, Indian ceasefire violations and response by Pakistani troops. Army foiled another infiltration bid along the Line of Control (LoC) in Gurez sector of north Kashmir's Bandipora district on Saturday by killing a militant. Lire la suite »

Élections britanniques : le vote qui flotte

La Première ministre y a fait allusion dans son allocution prononcée sur le perron de sa résidence du 10 Downing Street en disant qu'elle allait continuer à travailler "avec nos amis et alliés du DUP (.) dans l'intérêt de tout le Royaume Uni ". Lire la suite »

British PM's days numbered as top aides quit?

Opponents of Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party rally in Parliament Square in London . He told the Sunday Mirror: " I can still be Prime Minister ". The stunning outcome leaves May battling to unite different factions of her party and reliant on a handful of Northern Irish parliamentarians just nine days before Britain starts the tortuous process of negotiating its departure from the EU. Lire la suite »

Three US troops 'killed by Afghan soldier in insider attack'

The shootings occurred in the Achin District , where USA and Afghan troops have been carrying out a monthslong offensive against a local affiliate of ISIS, officials said. "In (a) joint US-Afghan military operation". The Taliban are also active in the area, and there have been reports of clashes between the two insurgent groups in recent weeks. Lire la suite »