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South Korea names new unification minister to handle N.Korea ties

The drone was found on Friday after it crashed near the border between the two countries, the Associated Press reported Tuesday. "The strategic weapon tests that we have been conducting recently demonstrate that it will certainly not be long before North Korea launches an ICBM", said the Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper of the Korean Workers' Party (KWP), in a June 10 article titled "The complete bankruptcy of the US's policy of hostility toward North Korea is historically inevitable". Read More »

Former PM Major: May's DUP deal is risk to Northern Ireland peace

The Prime Minister reiterated that the Government's approach and objectives in the forthcoming talks to re-establish the Northern Ireland Executive remained unchanged. But may appears to be motivated by her desire to guarantee a majority in Parliament for a Queen's Speech - a key event in the parliamentary calendar in which the government lays out its policy agenda for the coming year. Read More »

Vend sa participation dans Euronext — Société Générale


Société Générale , mais aussi BNP Paribas ont engagé la vente de leur participation excédentaire dans Euronext NV, a-t-on appris ce mardi soir. Ce sont au total 4,4 millions de titres, valorisés au cours actuel 205 millions d'euros, qui seront cédés, l'équivalent de 6,3% du capital. Read More »

Trump's friend says he is considering sacking Russian Federation investigation special counsel

As Mueller builds his legal team, Trump's allies have begun raising questions about the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's impartiality, suggesting he can not be trusted to lead the probe. I think it's very clear by what one of his lawyers said on television recently. Rosenstein testified that he is the only one who has the authority to fire Mueller, who was appointed following the May 9 ousting of James Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director, and that he had ... Read More »

Brazilian president set to face corruption charges

Temer has already survived a series of scandals and vows to remain despite the new allegations. The verdict spared recession-ravaged Brazil its second leadership crisis in 14 months, following the impeachment of leftist president Dilma Rousseff previous year and her replacement by her then-vice president Temer. Read More »

Rangers Acquire Joely Rodriguez

Before the Phillies acquired him in December 2014, Rodriguez spent his first six pro seasons in the Pittsburgh organization. Though he sports a 93-95 miles per hour fastball and tricky arm slot from the left side, Rodriguez often found himself absent control of the strike zone; he brandished a perilously balanced 18:15 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 27 innings this year, neither number considered at all palatable despite the relatively small sample. Read More »

Attorney General Sessions Will Testify In Public


Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) followed up, asking Rosenstein whether he'd spoken to Trump about the appointment of Mueller or discussed Mueller with the president in any way. Comey suggested to senators last week that there might be more to it than that. "Totally illegal? Very 'cowardly!'" Trump tweeted on Sunday. Read More »

Trump Accuses 'Cowardly' Comey Of More Leaks

Comey admitted in his sworn testimony that he had asked a friend to leak notes he kept detailing his meetings with Trump to a reporter. And Comey discussed the contents of the memo in an open congressional hearing, which means the material he shared with his friend would not have been classified, Aftergood said. Read More »

Législatives britanniques : les conservateurs perdent la majorité

Bien que les conservateurs restent en tête des votes, ce résultat constitue un revers pour Theresa May , qui avait créé la surprise à la mi-avril en appelant personnellement à la tenue de nouvelles élections, afin disait-elle de garantir " la stabilité " en renforçant sa majorité au Parlement . Read More »

Otto Warmbier Has Been Released From A North Korean Prison

But he noted that the State Department is continuing "to have discussions" with North Korea about the release of other three American citizens who are jailed there. He's likely to face similar accusations now: His visit comes amid worldwide condemnation over North Korea's accelerating efforts to develop nuclear weapons and missiles, which poses one of the toughest foreign policy challenges for U.S. Read More »

Suspected North Korean drone photographed US missile defence site

North Korea has responded harshly, albeit late, to a comment tweeted by President Donald Trump early this year by threatening the Republican leader's hometown of New York City. Nikai handed over a letter from Abe calling for heavier pressure and tougher sanctions on North Korea to achieve the complete dismantlement of its nuclear weapons program, and asking for South Korea to implement its side of the sex slavery agreement. Read More »

Une émission de France 24 interdite de tournage au Maroc


La décision a été communiquée par Abdelilah Tahani, directeur en charge des médias au département marocain de la communication, via un appel téléphonique au correspondant de la chaîne française, informe pour sa part, le site d'information Lakome2. Read More »

Britain PM Theresa May unveils 'talented' new Cabinet


That followed accusations that Mr Gove ruthlessly stabbed his former ally Boris Johnson in the back by entering the Tory leadership race - a move that prompted Mr Johnson to abandon his bid. Given the importance of this matter, I am releasing this letter to the media. The piece said that the then energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey had secured a major victory by preventing Mr Gove from removing it. Read More »

Sharif meets Saudi King amid Gulf crisis

Turkey last week approved plans to deploy more troops to a military base it has established in Qatar under a 2014 agreement with the Gulf Arab state. Turkey's president has criticized the effort by several Arab countries to isolate Qatar over allegations of sponsoring militant groups, comparing the move to a "death penalty" for the small Gulf country. Read More »

US men earn stunning draw at Mexico in World Cup qualifying

United States' Michael Bradley celebrates after scoring against Mexico during a World Cup soccer qualifying match at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City, Sunday, June 11, 2017 . Speaking in Azteca's tunnel on Monday night, Bradley diagnosed what had gone wrong. At this moment in time , Mexico is somewhat better than the U.S. Read More »

'Jihadi Jack' escapes from clutches of Islamic State militants


He said he is now in solitary confinement in a jail in Kurdish-held north-east Syria . He travelled to Jordan , aged 18, in 2014, having dropped out of his A-levels. They believe their son is not being treated badly but are concerned about his mental health. "I found a smuggler and walked behind him through minefields", he said. Read More »

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. Read More »

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. Read More »