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No international force for Syria safe zones: Syrian FM

The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said around 1,500 people were expected to leave the Damascus neighborhood of Barzeh on Monday, and more in the coming weeks. Russian Federation wants to close the safe zones to the US-led anti-terror coalition. But a State Department spokesman, Edgar Vasquez, disputed that assertion, saying it "makes no sense". Lire la suite »

Census resumes in Chaman after Pakistani, Afghan troops exchange fire

He said two Afghan border police were killed in Spin Boldak, on the Afghan side of the border, and another 11 were wounded. Pakistan inherited its 2,400-kilometre (1,500-mile) border with its western neighbor when it gained independence from Britain in 1947, but Afghanistan has never formally recognized it. Lire la suite »

Spicer returns for first press briefing since Comey firing

Details of the dinner were first reported by The New York Times . Comey has not publicly discussed any conversations he has had with Trump. Trump also hit back on Friday at media reports questioning the credibility of White House accounts of why Comey was sacked, which have changed over the course of the week, and threatened an end to regular White House press briefings. Lire la suite »

Le livre d'Ousmane Sonko interdit de vente au Sénégal par la DST


Du côté de Pastef, aucune notification formelle n'a été faite à la formation politique pour signifier clairement une éventuelle interdiction de la distribution du livre au Sénégal. Pour rappel, L'ex-inspecteur des Impôt et Domaines, radié par le président de la République, Macky Sall, a écrit un livre sur la gestion publique du Sénégal. Lire la suite »

Statement by the Prime Minister of Canada on Israel Independence Day

UNESCO delegates prior to the opening of the organization's 2013 General Conference in Paris, France. Israel summoned Swedish Ambassador Carl Magnus Nesser to the Foreign Ministry on Wednesday to protest Sweden's vote on Tuesday in favor of the UNESCO resolution disavowing Israel's sovereignty in Jerusalem . Lire la suite »

White House: Yates was a 'political opponent of president'


That's why Trump continues to lash out at the media. Yates former principal deputy, Matt Axelrod, who is now in private practice, disputed Spicer's characterization of Yates as a partisan, pointing out that she was confirmed as deputy attorney general on an 84-12 bipartisan vote. Lire la suite »

FBI : la défense bancale de Donald Trump

Le président américain Donald Trump a mis en garde vendredi matin l'ancien patron du FBI James Comey, qu'il a limogé mardi soir contre toute attente, de ne pas faire de révélations à la presse. Depuis des mois, le président républicain est furieux que son nom soit cité dans cette enquête, martèle qu'il n'y a aucune preuve de collusion, et accuse les médias d'entretenir artificiellement l'affaire au lieu de couvrir ses décisions économiques ou autres. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump urges peace between Russian Federation and Ukraine in tweet

The White House official insisted it is standard practice to keep more of a lid on presidential meetings with lower-level foreign officials, as opposed to visits from heads of state, which typically come with greater press coverage. Even before Comey's firing, world leaders had been asking their ambassadors in Washington to explain what's going on in the United States and how important the Russian Federation probe might be. Lire la suite »

Kurdish fighters are not human, Turkey tells US


The Turkish leader's comments, delivered before departing Ankara's airport for a stopover in China, were more nuanced than his sharp rebuke earlier in the week about the arming of the Syrian Kurds, and they contrasted with recent criticism of the his officials, who have warned of dire consequences. Lire la suite »

US Service Member Dies During Somalia Operation


The US Africa Command stated that the service member was murdered on Thursday around 40 miles away from the capital near Barii. The elite special operations unit, which led the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, was on a scheduled deployment to East Africa for training and carrying out counterterrorism missions. Lire la suite »

Trump launches commission to probe alleged voter fraud


Evidence shows that an estimated 1.2 million eligible voters tried to vote in the 2012 election but were unable to because of registration problems. Many state election officials are also anxious the commission will divert attention from other serious concerns, such as aging equipment and the threat of hacking. Lire la suite »

Spreading the love for Mother's Day

But still, the voice of the mother is strong at this time of the year. Moms love to be the target of pampering as they are usually the ones giving to others. It would normally be weird for us to suddenly bring up the issue of, let's say, breastfeeding in public outside some sort of breastfeeding legislation being discussed. Lire la suite »

I Would Have Fired Comey Without Rosenstein's Letter

The FBI has been in turmoil", Trump told NBC News' Lester Holt. It was not clear whether he was talking about the same meal, but they are believed to have had only one dinner together. Three U.S. officials said Comey recently asked Rosenstein for more manpower to help with the Russian Federation investigation. Sen. The dinner described by Comey's associates came in the early days of Trump's administration, as the FBI was investigating Russian meddling in the election and possible ties to ... Lire la suite »

Arctic Nations Meet in Alaska Under Climate Change Concern

The Arctic is warming at double the rate of the rest of the planet, with average temperatures up 3.5 degrees Centigrade since the beginning of the 20th century, leading to rapid loss of glacial ice and permafrost. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson got an earful when he met with members of the Arctic Council in Fairbanks, Alaska, yesterday. After two years of chairing the council, the USA handed the gavel off to Finland. Lire la suite »

États-Unis : Donald Trump menace l'ex-patron du FBI

Donald Trump avait évoqué l'existence de ces conversations dans un entretien télévisé jeudi. L'annonce est tombée brusquement mardi 11 mai dans la presse: Donald Trump a décidé de limoger le directeur du FBI, James Comey , chargé de superviser l'enquête sur les liens qu'auraient pu entretenir Trump, durant sa campagne, avec le pouvoir russe. Lire la suite »

Hacking attack hits companies worldwide with ransom demands

Earlier, Kaspersky researcher Costin Raiu cited 45,000 attacks in 74 countries , saying that the malware, a self-replicating "worm", was spreading quickly. NHS Digital said the attack "was not specifically targeted at the NHS and is affecting organizations from across a range of sectors". "A number of NHS organizations have reported that they have suffered from a ransomware attack", U.K. Lire la suite »

La France s'engage, le "grand chantier" de Hollande


Lors de son unique quinquennat, François Hollande a opté pour une démarche différente de prédécesseurs "bâtisseurs" comme François Mitterrand - initiateur du Grand Louvre, de l'Opéra Bastille et de la Grande Bibliothèque - et Jacques Chirac - à l'origine du musée du Quai Branly. Lire la suite »

Irish woman dies after reported stabbing in Morocco


The woman, who lived in Taghazout, in the south-west coastal region of Morocco, died after being stabbed. Police attended the scene and found the Irish national with head injuries, believed to have been committed with a knife, according to local news Le 360 . Lire la suite »

Teacher held without bond; reportedly admitted to sex with student


District Court. He faces a state charge of aggravated kidnapping, sexual contact with a minor, and one federal charge of transporting a minor across state lines for sex. The document stated that Cummins abused his position as a teacher, exploited a student's vulnerability, transported the 15-year old girl across state liness for the goal of engaging in sexual acts, and engaged in sexual activities in numerous locations with the minor over a 30-day period. Lire la suite »

New Orleans Removes Jefferson Davis Statue


Crews wore dark clothing, helmets and body armor, as they did during the Liberty monument removal . As opponents of the move shouted "totalitarianism", workers removed the 6-foot statue from its 12-foot pedestal and put it on a trailer to be moved to a city warehouse, reports the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Lire la suite »