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Former NBA bad boy Rodman is back in North Korea

President Donald Trump . American college student Otto Warmbier has been released after more than 17 months in detention in North Korea but has been in a coma for over a year, according to his parents. The North has occasionally jailed United States citizens and released them only after visits by high-profile political figures, including former president Bill Clinton. Read More »

E3 2017: Days Gone Stage Demo a Howling Bloody Time

This year however, Days Gone is back with a much different look at what we can expect. We even see Deacon have to try and get himself unnoticed into an enemy camp in order to free a friend being held hostage. Below, you can check out the gameplay featured at this Sony's E3 presser. From looking at the gameplay, you can tell he has a particular set of skills that'll help him survive in such a risky world. Read More »

Ankara exhorte au dialogue, veut œuvrer à la normalisation — Qatar


Le 10 juin, le chef de la diplomatie russe Sergueï Lavrov a accueilli son homologue qatari Mohammed ben Abderrahmane Al Thani à Moscou. Sergueï Lavrov a précisé que Moscou était prêt à agir "avec le consentement et dans l'intérêt des parties impliquées", afin de résoudre le conflit diplomatique, ajoutant que les pays du monde arabe devraient s'unir pour combattre efficacement le terrorisme . Read More »

PS4 Sales Cross 60.4 Million Worldwide, PS4 Software Sales Approaching 500 Million

The PlayStation 4 has hit another major milestone. Sony Interactive Entertainment has sold 60.4 million PS4s. PS4 software sales, led by critically acclaimed titles such as Horizon: Zero Dawn , also remain strong with more than 487.8 million copies sold at retail stores globally and through digital downloads on PlayStation Store as of June 11, 2017. Read More »

House prices rise despite election upheaval


Nearly £3,500 was added to the value of the average house during April after the property market enjoyed a spring boost, according to official figures . "However the delay in naming a new housing minister is not a good start". Another area in the ONS's "top five" is the district of Chiltern in Buckinghamshire, which includes the commuter towns of Amersham and Chesham, where annual growth was 13%, while Rutland in the East Midlands rose by 12.8%. Read More »

Call of Duty WWII Multiplayer: 5 Things You Missed


You didn't miss the Call of Duty: WWII beta date announcement at the end, but we also share the start Xbox One beta dates. Call of Duty players can't wait to get their hands on WWII , which will be released on November 3, 2017. Activision and Sledgehammer Games have announced that the Call of Duty: WWII Beta will begin on August 25, exclusively for PlayStation 4 owners who pre-order. Read More »

At least six killed as Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh

Jalil Uddin Bhuiyan, a control room official at Bangladesh's Disaster Management Ministry in Dhaka , told journalists that the cyclone damaged houses, uprooted trees, snapped power and communication lines, disrupted rail, road and air traffic. Read More »

Trump friend: Mueller 'illegitimate as special counsel'

Speaking at a Senate appropriations subcommittee hearing today (June 13), Rosenstein confirmed Trump could not legally outright fire Mueller himself, and assured senators that the Justice Department has given Mueller the "full independence he needs to conduct that investigation". Read More »

Beyond Good And Evil 2 Beta Sign Ups Are Live

Ancel confirmed BGaE2 will actually be a prequel to the first game and is set before Jade, the main character from BGaE , is born. In the game players will journey to System 3, the center of interstellar trade and colonization in the Milky Way of the 24th century, thanks to the creation of Hybrid slaves. Read More »

Israel to test fire anti-missile system.... in Alaska


Israel and the United States are concerned that Iran has continued to work on both its nuclear program as well as its ballistic missile program despite global criticism. The system will serve as the upper tier of Israel's multilayered missile defense program, which also includes the Iron Dome and David's Sling. The system is set to be tested against a target similar in behaviour to the advanced ballistic missiles, which are now being developed, and have already been achieved, by Iran. Read More »

Egypt parliament committee okays transfer of 2 islands


Tuesday's vote in the legislative and constitutional committee — 35 for, 8 against — is an important step toward the approval of the agreement by the full house, virtually a foregone conclusion given that an overwhelming majority of the chamber's 596 members support President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi. Read More »

Tuesday forecast: Hot again today, storms develop by this evening


While high pressure has a hold on Indiana's weather, a stray shower can't be ruled out Monday afternoon south of Indy. The heat and humidity continues as temperatures reach the low 90s and heat indices climb to 95-99 degrees. Winds S 5-10 miles per hour. Most of the wet weather has dissipated and lingering showers will come to an end overnight. With partly sunny skies and a refreshing breeze, it could actually be a nice, seasonable day. Read More »

Ultra-Powerful Xbox One X Unveiled


Xbox boss Phil Spencer said the console contains technology called supersampling, which takes the powerful image rendering the One X does and applies it to standard 1080p HD, so even gamers on older TVs will see a visual improvement. The E3 show floor opens in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Microsoft updated the Xbox One previous year with the Xbox One S , a white redesign of the original black console that reduced its size by 40 percent. Read More »

The charges against Bill Cosby, and sentences they carry

But jurors still heard plenty from him as prosecutors read them excerpts from his 2005 police statement and civil deposition. Cosby faces up to 10 years in prison on each of the three counts, but they could be merged. Cosby has said he is legally blind because of glaucoma. In criminal trials, the onus is on prosecutors to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, and defendants are not required to take the stand. Read More »

Comey's Testimony And The Rest Of The Week In Politics

On Thursday, the former FBI director told the upper chamber that Trump had demanded his personal loyalty - and then asked him to demonstrate that loyalty, by dropping the FBI's investigation into Michael Flynn. In Thursday's testimony, Comey also confirmed that Trump had not been personally under federal investigation. "Yesterday showed no collusion, no obstruction", Trump said. Read More »

Sony fires at Xbox with arsenal of big PS4 games


It turns out that Microsoft will be making original Xbox games available on the Xbox One line of consoles, along with the Xbox 360 games that have been backward compatible for a while now. We discussed this in our E3 preview , but it bears a more in-depth look now that Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox One X is launching with zero exclusives. Read More »

Players aim to stay fresh ahead of US Open grind

Bjorn has not competed in the US Open since missing the cut at Olympic Club in 2012, but will be an interested spectator when the action gets under way on Thursday . The Swede's best result at the U.S. Open was tied fourth at Pinehurst in 2014 and the world number six knows the game's elite are likely to encounter a typically demanding course set-up in Wisconsin this week. Read More »

Suspected NKorea drone photographed United States missile-defense site

The aircraft mounted with a camera was discovered last week in a South Korean forest near the border with the North. Seoul says a suspected North Korean drone found near the Korean border last week was found to have taken photos of a USA missile defense shield in the South, The Associated Press reports. Read More »

Interior Secretary suggests reducing Bears Ears National Monument size


Zinke is reviewing national monument declarations over the past 21 years to determine if presidents abused authority under the 110-year-old law to restrict commercial use of public lands with national monument declarations. "That's a slap in the face of Native Americans", said Mark Maryboy, a former San Juan County commissioner. "The Trump administration wants to carve up every last inch of this country so that corporate polluters can line their pockets, but the people who live, ... Read More »

Bangladesh summons U.S. diplomat to protest arrest of envoy in NY


He's being held on a $50,000 bond, and faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted. According to the indictment, Islam brought another Bangladeshi, Ruhul Amin, to NY between 2012 and 2013 to work as household help. Finally, according to the criminal charges, when Amin asked to leave his job on several occasions, Islam in response, allegedly hit him or threatened to harm his family back home in Bangladesh. Read More »

Centene to offer insurance in exchanges in 3 more states


In addition to Missouri and Kansas, Centene says it will also offer coverage in 2018 in Nevada and expand its offerings in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Ohio, Texas and Washington. The company specializes in providing Medicaid coverage for low-income people, and has said the skills it's honed in that business have helped make it successful in Obamacare markets. Read More »

Students not involved in altering pro-Trump photos


Apparently, the school agreed that it's a good time for everyone to learn about the consequences of their actions, and the school suspended the teacher who advises the yearbook club. Kim Keator, executive secretary to Wall Township Schools Superintendent Cheryl Dyer, told the New York Post that Dyer is "outraged and very upset", and she added that Dyer is "doing everything she can right now to get to the bottom of this and have it corrected". Read More »