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The Buzz | Emirati diplomat: 'Nothing to negotiate' with Qatar

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The UAE accused Qatar of "funding and hosting" the group in its statement announcing the severance of ties. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article. Social media is a hugely popular medium of expression in the Arab world. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has warned its citizens against publicly expressing anything in favour of Qatar after several Arab nations chose to sever ties with Doha . Read More »

Législatives. Sarthe : 19,54 % de participation à midi

Dans le département du Nord , le taux de participation à 12 heures est de 16,55 % contre 19,66 % en 2012. Pour rappel, lors de ces trois précédents scrutins législatifs, le taux de participation final au 1er tour avait été compris entre 58 et 63 %. Read More »

Pictlogica Final Fantasy coming to 3DS in Japan on July 12

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Of course, it will remain free-to-play on 3DS as well, like it is on mobile. "Thus, the company has made a decision to give a sort of tip of the hat to their gaming title past by introducing "≒" which means "approximately equal". Pictlogica will feature more than 300 puzzles and 160 Final Fantasy characters, one of which better be Cactaur! Square Enix is the peerless master when it comes to absurd name titles in gaming from their convoluted decimal usage to an overly fond reliance on Pig ... Read More »

Donald Trump offers 'support' to Theresa May after polls setback

May had been courting the support of the DUP after disastrous election result on Thursday left the Conservatives with 318 seats, eight short of the absolute majority needed to form a government. "He has been inundated with messages of support", one ally told the paper. But the strength of that deal looks set to be tested when the Commons meets next week, with Jeremy Corbyn vowing to try to bring down the Government by defeating Mrs May in Parliament and insisting: "I can still be ... Read More »

Qatar rejects intervention in foreign policy: FM

Qatar has yet to receive any list of demands from the Arab countries that have cut ties, Sheikh Mohammed said. Iran has said it is ready to help Qatar with food and other supply shipments if necessary. Bahrain Thursday followed the United Arab Emirates in announcing that expressing sympathy for Qatar over sanctions imposed by its Gulf neighbours was an offence punishable by a lengthy jail term. Read More »

Coast Guard searching for missing teen off Emerald Isle beach

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He was taken to Carteret Health Care and then airlifted to Vidant Medical Center where he remains in critical condition. Officials are still searching for the second teen, who is 17 years old. Emerald Isle Police and Fire crews are searching the shoreline. Reese, Chief of Police with the Emerald Isle Police Department, issued a press release Sunday morning that updated the information we reported to you first earlier in the day. Read More »

N.Irish unionists agree 'confidence' deal with Tories

She had a lead of 20 points, and the consensus view was that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was horribly unpopular and his party doomed. British Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband walk into number 10 Downing Street after addressing the country in London , Britain, June 9, 2017. Read More »

Trump Is Losing His Most Loyal Supporters

Trump decided ahead of time that he wouldn't live-tweet the hearing, which came as a relief to staffers who've tried to limit his social media activities as of late, Politico reported. Kellyanne Conway scolded the press on Monday for its "obsession with covering everything [Trump] says on Twitter and very little of what he does as president", as if the two aren't inextricably tied. Read More »

Trump administration appeals travel ban to Supreme Court

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The administration filed emergency applications with the nine high court justices seeking to block two different lower court rulings that went against Trump's March 6 order barring entry for people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen for 90 days while the USA government implements stricter visa screening. Read More »

Disputing Comey's testimony, Trump says he's ready to testify under oath

During much of the increasingly heated debate surrounding the FBI's investigation of Russia's role in the election, Trump has chafed over news leaks, arguing that news organizations had not given them proper attention. "Lordy, I hope there are tapes", former FBI Director James Comey told Congress on Thursday. On Friday he said he was "committing the United States to Article 5". Read More »

Iran arrests 7 suspects linked to Tehran attacks

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The Interior Ministry in a statement increased the number of wounded to 52, up from 40. It said the men had left Iran to fight for the extremist group in Mosul, Iraq , as well as Raqqa, Syria — the group's de facto capital. He called the choice of words "repugnant" and said Iran rejects the United States' claims of friendship. However, there are indications that the attackers were Iranian, showing that ISIS has been somewhat successful in recruiting local forces, apparently from ... Read More »

Government agrees outline deal with DUP for support - PA

With the Conservatives no longer commanding a majority in the House of Commons, the results announced overnight are set to deliver nothing like "the strong and stable leadership" May said the United Kingdom needed in the Brexit talks and which was a central aim for her asking the country to go back to the polls just two years after her predecessor David Cameron won the Conservatives that small but working majority. Read More »

Le Qatar permet aux ressortissants du Golfe de rester

Lorsque la crise a éclaté le 5 juin, l'Arabie saoudite, les Emirats arabes unis et Bahreïn avaient donné 14 jours aux Qataris pour quitter leurs territoires. Pour faire rentrer dans les rangs l'émir Tamim Ben Hamad Al Thani, l'Arabie Saoudite et ses alliés ont imposé un embargo terrestre et aérien au Qatar. Read More »

Naufrage d'un canot de migrants, huit morts, des dizaines de disparus — Libye

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Huit migrants se sont noyés et des dizaines d'autres ont disparu samedi au large des côtes libyennes alors qu'ils tentaient d'atteindre l'Europe, selon les gardes-côtes libyens. Tous droits de reproduction et de représentation réservés. Par conséquent, aucune de ces informations ne peut être reproduite, modifiée, rediffusée, traduite, exploitée commercialement ou réutilisée de quelque manière que ce soit sans l'accord préalable écrit de l'AFP . Read More »

Theresa May, "cadavre ambulant", toujours en quête de majorité — GB

Mais aussi parce qu'un tel accord poserait la question de la neutralité du gouvernement britannique en Irlande du Nord, une région toujours soumise à de fortes tensions 20 ans après la fin des 'Troubles'. Fidèles parmi les fidèles, Fiona Hill et Nick Timothy (ci-dessus), qui la conseillaient déjà lorsqu'elle était ministre de l'Intérieur entre 2010 et 2016, ont annoncé leur démission. Read More »

Sides square off in rallies over Islamic law vs. Constitution

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This was part of a larger, nationwide march ACT for America put on . Talks about human rights and the constitution is what led this protest with many saying Sharia law doesn't fit with American values, while others pleading for peace no matter what religion you believe in. Read More »

Apple Takes a Stance on Texting and Driving with iOS 11

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Since we're setting you up for iOS 11 beta access, be sure to click iOS on the page. Apple skipped its usual March announcement event, so WWDC provided an opportunity to do some catching up. This means they could work for years, even decades. The new release is described as the "biggest ever" for iPad , but it also brings improvements for iPhone devices. Read More »

FIFA removes Qatari match officials due to diplomatic crisis

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He will be assisted by a fellow Singaporean and two officials from Malaysia. He added that Federation Internationale de Football Association was monitoring the situation and was "in regular contact" with Qatari authorities. "But on the other hand, I am confident that the region will return to a normalised situation". Asked if he believed that Qatar's hosting was in danger, Infantino replied: "No. Read More »

Qatar crisis: India favours constructive dialogue

Trump made his remarks on Friday despite a warning from the Pentagon that the blockade could hinder planned USA operations in the region. He denied that Qatar supported Egypt´s outlawed Islamist movement, the Muslim Brotherhood, and Hamas, the Palestinian Islamist group that controls the Gaza Strip. Read More »

Three terror suspects arrested in east London armed raids

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As many as seven people were killed and 48 others were injured. Valeria Collina, a Muslim convert, told reporters on Wednesday that she had told Italian airport authorities to detain her son, Youseff Zagba, after he was stopped March 15, 2016 on his way to Turkey with a one-way ticket. Read More »

Trump responds to Comey testimony as fallout continues

Trump has scheduled a joint news conference for Friday afternoon with visiting Romanian President Klaus Iohannis . Trump lashed out at Comey, dubbing him a "leaker" for indirectly providing reporters with the contents of his memos summarizing their private conversations in the weeks before he was sacked. Read More »