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Belgique : le roi rompt le jeûne avec une famille marocaine (photos)


Le roi a été accueilli dans la pure tradition marocaine. Peu avant 22h, le ramadan a été rompu par le traditionnel lait et une datte, avant un repas composé essentiellement de mets typiquement marocains, écrit Belga . " C'est une main tendue envers la communauté musulmane ", estime Khalid Benhaddou, imam à Gand et travaillant pour le département flamand de l'enseignement. Read More »

Golden State remporte le titre face à Cleveland — Finales NBA

Kevin Durant à produit l'instru, et écrit sa partie. Il s'est d'ailleurs mérité, pour la première fois de sa carrière, le titre de joueur le plus utile à son équipe dans la finale. Les esprits se sont échauffés au deuxième quart, peu après que les Warriors eut pris les devants. Enfin, Kyrie Irving a lui aussi été fabuleux lors de cette confrontation et l'image du meneur de Cleveland touché par une blessure lors de la deuxième mi-temps restera assurément comme l'une des images de cette finale. Read More »

Qatar Asks UN Body to Resolve Gulf Airspace Row

The premier returned to Pakistan early Tuesday from his one-day visit to Saudi Arabia. Erdogan's defence of Qatar , in a parliamentary speech to members of his ruling AK Party, comes after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates ( UAE ), Bahrain and Egypt severed relations with Doha last week, accusing it of supporting Islamist militants and Iran - allegations it says are baseless. Read More »

RSPCA in turmoil as troubleshooting chief executive Jeremy Cooper resigns


No official reason was given for his departure from his reported £150,000-a-year post, just a fortnight before the charity's. Mr Cooper's departure comes less than took weeks before the charity's annual general meeting on 24 June. A five-year strategy for 2017-21 was introduced which emphasised the need to 'create a modern, transparent and efficient organisation'. The RSPCA said: "After four years with the society and over a year as chief executive of the RSPCA, it is with regret that we ... Read More »

Major infiltration bid foiled, five militants killed: Army


Yesterday as well, the Pakistani Army violated ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir's Naushera sector. Earlier in the day, the Pakistan Rangers violated unprovoked ceasefire on forward Border Security Force (BSF) troops in Jammu and Kashmir's Ramgarh sector at 10.45 a.m. Read More »

May to face Conservative Party questioning over poll setback

The revelation comes after critics said Prime Minister Theresa May does not have a mandate for her plan to remove Britain from the EU's single market, after she failed to win a parliamentary majority at last week's national election. Brexit will likely be on the agenda at the Paris meeting, after May confirmed she will stick to the timetable of negotiations. Unable to govern without support after the snap election, she has yet to secure the backing of a eurosceptic Northern Irish party ... Read More »

Arlene Foster and Theresa May set for crucial talks in London


May's spokesman said it remained government policy to cut net migration to under 100,000 and Brexit Minister David Davis also said walking away without securing a deal with the remaining 27 European Union states remained a possibility. Writing in the mass-circulation Sun newspaper, Johnson stressed that the Conservatives won more votes than at any time since Margaret Thatcher and are still the largest party in Parliament. Read More »

Everything you need to know about Microsoft's new console

Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft's Xbox Division, unveiled the new product during the company's E3 2017 presentation in Los Angeles on Sunday, reports Efe news. The reason Spencer isn't concerned about the extra $100 over PS4 Pro is that the company isn't positioning Xbox One X as a competitor to PS4 Pro. Read More »

White House says Trump looks forward to scheduling United Kingdom trip


The Secret Service has handled recording systems within the White House for previous presidents. The agency said a review of its main indices found no records related to the request. He said they hope to find a "mutually acceptable date". He is a good guy. The Guardian reported Sunday that Trump told Prime Minister Theresa May that he doesn't want to come if there will be protests. Read More »

Multiples appels au dialogue dans la crise du Golfe — Qatar isolé

La Russie a été samedi le dernier pays en date à appeler au dialogue pour éviter une escalade de la crise entre le Qatar et ses voisins du Golfe. Amnesty International a averti samedi que, en appliquant de telles mesures drastiques, Ryad et ses alliés "jouaient" avec la vie de milliers d'habitants du Golfe, séparant des familles et détruisant les moyens de subsistance et d'éducation d'une partie de la population. Read More »

Megyn Kelly says important to 'shine a light' on Alex Jones

Kelly's interview with Mr. Jones-the radio host, founder of the Infowars website and well-known conspiracy theorist who has previously called the 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School a hoax-is scheduled to air Sunday on her NBC News magazine show, " Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly ". Read More »

Theresa May struggles to keep her job after a disastrous snap election

May's office said Saturday that the Democratic Unionist Party, which has 10 seats in Parliament, had agreed to a "confidence and supply" arrangement with the government. "We know when they must end", Tusk wrote on Twitter . In May's camp, recriminations were immediate and stinging. The Guardian said May had gone "from hubris to humiliation" by making the election all about her personal credentials as leader and then fail. Read More »

Rafael Nadal wins men's French Open final

Twelve years later he is still chasing rival Roger Federer for the all-time Grand Slam standings. The most number of games dropped by the Spaniard en route to lifting the Coupe des Mousquetaires was 96 in 2011, while the most games Nadal has ever dropped on the way to winning any Grand Slam was 100 when he won his second Wimbledon title in 2010. Read More »

EU, UK Citizens' Status First on Brexit Talks Agenda: Brexit Secretary

The talks Tuesday with the Democratic Unionist Party follows her apology to Conservative rank-and-file lawmakers in a meeting which signaled she would be more open to consultation, particularly with business leaders demanding answers about the details on Britain's departure from the European Union . Read More »

Morocco says will send food to Qatar after Gulf states cut ties

The finance minister of the world's richest country per capita played down the economic toll of the confrontation, and said the government was "extremely comfortable" with its financial position, with the resources to endure the pressure. He said that Qatar has "practically been sentenced to the death penalty" and added that "it is neither humane nor Islamic to attempt to isolate a country's people in every area from food, to drink, to travel, to commerce, to worship". Read More »

Bill Cosby's lawyer attacks one accuser as sexual assault trial opens

Constand said she was "frozen" and unable to move her hands or legs as a result of taking the pills, report the Washington Post , the Los Angeles Times , ABC News and the Wilmington News Journal . Legal experts say the case will essentially boil down to her word against his. If Cosby is found guilty, he could spend at least 10 years in prison. Read More »

German-Asian ties no snub to US: Angela Merkel


Spicer also disputed the media's interpretation of Merkel's remarks that she felt that Europe could no longer depend on the United States . Trump and his global counterparts took part in contentious meetings at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels and the Group of 7 (G7) summit in Sicily last week, in the president's first overseas trip since taking office. Read More »

Trump Goes After 'Fake News Media,' 9th Circuit on Twitter

President Trump, Chief tweeter, and media basher whose world famous complaints about "unfair" media coverage of his administration has been constant since he started his political walk called the press "wrong and dirty". On Tuesday, Trump said that the court's decision was expected, and ended his tweet with "S.C.", presumably an abbreviation for the Supreme Court. Read More »

'Bernie Would Have Won': Sanders Supporters See Hope In UK Election


Agreeing a position with the DUP is going to be "very hard for May", argues Bronwen Maddox, the director of the Institute for Government, a think tank. May once famously warned the Conservatives when she was party chairman that they were seen as "nasty", and as prime minister promised a new domestic approach. Read More »