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1 civilian killed by sniper, 181 others rescued in Marawi


Senior military officials in Manila have convened an official board of inquiry, to investigate the incident and determine what caused the mistaken airstrike, Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said . Scores of people made a daring dash for safety on Saturday, including one of Marawi's most respected politicians who had hidden 71 Christians in his home and led 144 people through downtown streets strewn with rotting corpses. Lire la suite »

Ahlin: Wonder Woman: New movie, old history


She had narrated a dialogue with her daughter, during an interview. Of course, thanks to the film's success, many children are being inspired by Gal Gadot's character, Jenkins sharing a lovely memo from the film's producer noting the effects Wonder Woman is already having. Lire la suite »

South Korea's Moon names point man on North


South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday tapped a former official who was deeply involved in the 2007 inter-Korean summit to be his point man on North Korea as he seeks a new approach to Pyongyang. The North Korean drones recovered in South Korea were probably procured through front companies in China, with parts manufactured in China, the Czech Republic, Japan and the United States, it added. Lire la suite »

Donor Contributions Ended Up In Donald Trump's Pockets As Revenue


And on Tuesday evening, Eric visited Fox News to discuss "the ugliness of politics" with Sean Hannity and made what seemed to be a subtle reference to the Forbes investigation during a rant against the Democratic party. "It also raises larger questions about the Trump family dynamics and whether Eric and his brother, Don Jr., can be truly independent of their father", the report added . Lire la suite »

Snake bites man, man bites wife


Shankar Rai from Bihar's Birsingpur village was bit by a deadly serpent when he was asleep and was sure that he won't survive after waking up. When he awoke realized that he was going to die he bit into his wife's arm in an attempt to spread the venom so they could die together. Lire la suite »

[E3 2017] Metro Exodus annoncé

Quelques milliers de survivants tout au plus restent retranchés sous Moscou, dans les ruines des tunnels du Métro . Dans la peau de Artyom , vous devrez fuir le métro pour mener une expédition en surface afin de trouver un nouvel endroit de vie. Lire la suite »

Sandy Hook group dumps Megyn Kelly as event host

In a video tease for the interview Tweeted by Kelly , she asks Jones about multiple conspiracy theories that he has promoted, including the claims about Sandy Hook. "You can't just put him in a box and say he's just a character", Marquez-Greene said. On Sunday evening, Kelly defended the decision to air an interview with Jones . Lire la suite »

Mississippi Kids Still in Last Place; Black Children in Worst Conditions


Ken Taylor, executive director of the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families, said the state has made improvements to child health over the years. Tennessee is doing something right when it comes to its children. "So you can see how the recession really hit us so hard, and we are still having a desperate time trying to turn things around for child well-being in the state of Nevada". Lire la suite »

Trump's top lawyer to face questions on Russia, Comey

Attorney General Jeff Sessions looks on during a Cabinet meeting in the Cabinet Room of the White House , on June 12, 2017 in Washington , D.C. TRT World'sHarry Horton is following the story from Washington DC. The former senator later issued a clarification saying he had met with the ambassador, Sergey Kislyak . Trump's aides have dodged questions about whether conversations relevant to the Russian Federation investigation have been recorded, and so has the president. Lire la suite »

North Korea releases U.S. citizen Otto Warmbier

In the past, North Korea has held out until senior US officials or statesmen came to personally bail out detainees, all the way up to former President Bill Clinton, whose visit in 2009 secured the freedom of American journalists Euna Lee and Laura Ling. Lire la suite »

Former NBAer Dennis Rodman Is Back in North Korea

He had not been seen in public since and Swedish diplomats, who represent American interests in North Korea because the United States has no relations with the country, had been denied access to him since then. The trip quickly turned into a debacle, with sponsors dropping some of the players, who went on CNN to try to explain why they were there. The trip was captured in the documentary Big Bang in Pyongyang . Lire la suite »

US Attorney General To Testify Publicly At Senate Hearing


Comey wrote that Sessions did not reply to his request. Mr Sessions was among those the President asked to leave the meeting so he could speak privately with Mr Comey. The attorney general cited his involvement in Trump's campaign for stepping away from the Russian Federation investigation in March. Later, Comey said he was so uncomfortable that he went to Sessions to "implore" him "to prevent any future direct communication between the President and me". Lire la suite »

DUP head: Talks with UK Conservatives going well

While some members of her party have said she will have to go eventually, May is expected to stay on as prime minister at least for now. It was a surprise move - Mr Gove was sacked as justice minister by Mrs May a year ago after his bid to become party leader forced now-foreign minister Boris Johnson from the race, amid accusations of treachery and political backstabbing. Lire la suite »

Trump travel ban dealt another blow as appeals court rules

The president tweeted: "Well, as predicted, the 9th Circuit did it again - Ruled against the TRAVEL BAN at such a risky time in the history of our country. It was not immediately clear what "S.C." refers to in his tweet. Trump's suspension of the US refugee program also remains blocked. "In short, the order does not provide a rationale explaining why permitting entry of nationals from the six designated countries under current protocols would be detrimental to the interests of the United ... Lire la suite »

DUP meet May in London as concern grows about implications for Stormont


However Tory MPs were tonight suggesting a "humble" Mrs May has "bought herself time" with her critics, after convincing them of her determination to turn the party's situation around. But May's future is still hanging in the balance, and many commentators said they don't expect her to serve a full term. DUP leader Arlene Foster is due to meet May on Wednesday in order to thrash out the details of that deal, which will likely entail a series of concessions in exchange for DUP support in ... Lire la suite »

Senate restricts televised interviews in Capitol


The Radio-Television Correspondents' Association, which protects the rights and privileges of broadcast reporters, blasted the decision on Twitter , saying it "strenuously objects" to a "blockade of reporters' access to interviews" with senators in the Capitol and Senate office buildings. Lire la suite »

Not Even The Referee Noticed Joe Hart's Blunder vs Scotland


These guys are giants and they are playing at a different level to most of us and they kept coming back, with their strength and power and speed it is hard to deal with. "The way the game panned out, it was a good point for us". Leigh Griffiths scored two late free-kicks - his first worldwide goals - to cancel out Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's opener and leave Scotland on the brink of a crucial win in Group F. Lire la suite »

Sth Korea leader wants joint World Cup bid


The US in May successfully tested a ballistic-missile defense system meant to intercept a nuclear attack from North Korea , but it did so in conditions short of an actual combat situation . The Justice Department used C4ADS findings in its indictment last September of a Chinese businesswoman and Communist Party member accused of aiding Pyongyang's military programs, according to current and former United States officials involved in the case. Lire la suite »

United Nations extends North Korea sanctions in 'clear message' to Pyongyang


In a speech after Friday's vote, U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said: "The Security Council is sending a clear message to North Korea today: Stop firing ballistic missiles or face the consequences". "The reason for the tension on the peninsula is not just the nuclear missiles of Pyongyang but also the heightened military activity of some regional and especially out of the region states in Northeast Asia", Safronkov said. Lire la suite »