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Dublin warns May that coalition deal could threaten Irish peace

He added: 'The danger is that however much any government tries they will not be seen to be impartial if they are locked into a parliamentary deal at Westminster with one of the Northern Ireland parties, and you never know in what unpredictable way events will turn out, and we can not know if that impartiality is going to be crucial at some stage in the future'. Read More »

North Korea releases jailed US student, Tillerson says

Dennis Rodman is in North Korea's capital for a visit he hopes will "open a door" for his former "Celebrity Apprentice" boss - President Donald Trump . He also claimed that several American organizations, including the Friendship United Methodist Church and the "Z Society", encouraged him to commit the crime. Read More »

Sessions Senate testimony to be public


In testimony to the Senate panel on Thursday, Comey accused President Donald Trump of firing him to try to undermine the FBI's investigation of possible collusion by people in Trump's campaign with Russia's alleged efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election. Read More »

Mennucci veut que Mélenchon soutienne tous les socialistes "fidèles à leur parti"

Patrick Mennucci est battu avec 12,43% des suffrages. Le mouvement de Jean-Luc Mélenchon progresse cependant par rapport à ce qu'il représentait en 2012. "Les Marseillais ont envie de changement [.] Monsieur Mélenchon fait de la politique depuis 40 ans, moi je travaille depuis 40 ans.", lance la candidate de la République en Marche depuis un bar du 2e arrondissement de Marseille où elle tenait sa soirée électorale. Read More »

Timeline of Otto Warmbier's saga in North Korea

Rodman said the issue of several Americans detained by North Korea is "not my goal right now", in remarks made in Beijing before the release of Warmbier was publicly disclosed. The secretary said that out of "respect for the privacy of Mr. Warmbier and his family, we have no further comment on Mr. Warmbier". Mr Tillerson's warning came at a hearing at the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday. Read More »

Berizzo wants attacking football at Sevilla like Sampaoli


Sevilla have emerged as a possible destination for the former Barcelona and Benfica forward, and Castro says they are hoping to strike a deal . Navas, meanwhile, was released by City at the end of the season and could return to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan having spent 13 years at the club before his move to Manchester. Read More »

Decision to retain Zille as premier could hurt the DA


The DA and Zille also agreed that she would see out her last two years as premier of the Western Cape province. Zille apologised unreservedly yesterday for her tweets as part of the political settlement. "The DA has missed an opportunity to give effect to their now clearly meaningless statements about transformation and inclusiveness". She would, however, remain provincial premier until 2019. Read More »

Nicola Sturgeon: Theresa May has "lost all authority and credibility"

Tory leader Ruth Davidson , who campaigned heavily on opposition to another referendum, called for a second ballot to be "off the table", branding the demand "a massive political miscalculation". Pete Wishart , Scotland's longest serving MP, waited through two excruciating recounts before he was declared SNP MP for North Perthshire. We have to wait and see how things shake out. Read More »

Watch Attorney General Jeff Sessions Testify Before Senate Intelligence Committee

Wyden also pointed out that former FBI director James Comey said he knew of reasons why it would be "problematic" for Sessions to remain involved in the Russian Federation investigation. Sessions is the most senior member of Trump's administration caught up in the Russian Federation controversy. A spokesman for the Justice Department said after media reports emerged in March of the meetings that Mr Sessions had answered honestly because the encounters were part of his job as a ... Read More »

Unionists' price to save PM: hit Sinn Fein funds

As he arrived at the Dail in Dublin ahead of Enda Kenny's formal resignation as taoiseach, Mr Adams said incoming Irish premier Leo Varadkar needed to put his efforts into restoring powersharing north of the border. He said he had raised the issue with Britain's minister for Northern Ireland, James Brokenshire, and would meet him again on Monday. "Here, with the peace process, we need to be prepared for the unexpected, we need to hope for the best but prepare for the worst". Read More »

Iowa official pitches stopgap health insurance measure


Ommen said he and officials from two major Iowa insurance carriers met last week with Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services officials in Washington to pitch a proposal that would save the Iowa market from collapsing. "What will vary will be the number of carriers that are in a state who may be servicing different parts of the state, and therefore the individual company's financial losses may not be so concentrated", Ommen says. Read More »

UK's May apologises to own MPs for election 'mess'

Moody's Investors Service said the inconclusive election outcome would complicate and "probably delay" negotiations with the EU. "Obviously until we have that we can't agree the final details of the Queen's Speech", said May's deputy Damian Green, referring to an agreement with the DUP . Read More »

Inmates on run after 2 prison guards are killed, officials say


After forcing the driver out, the two drove west toward Eatonton, Sills said. He weighs 140 pounds and has blue eyes and brown hair. Dubose was sentenced up to 20 years in prison for armed robbery, aggravated assault and theft in 2014. One of the correctional officers was driving the bus, the other was in a front seat. "I saw two brutally murdered corrections officers ". It is unclear at this time whether specifically Rowe or Dubose shot and killed the two correctional officers. Read More »

White House to grant Pentagon authority to adjust troop levels in Afghanistan

On Saturday, a uniformed member of the Afghan Special Forces turned his gun on USA military personnel, killing three American soldiers and wounding one other. Still, the Trump administration insists on "rebuilding" the USA armed forces. "The regime's provocative actions, manifestly illegal under global law, have not abated despite United Nations' censure and sanctions". Read More »

Sessions' testimony to Congress tomorrow to be open to public


Comey also testified that later, he implored "the attorney general to prevent any future direct communication between the president and me". Comey spoke of receiving pressure from President Donald Trump to drop a probe into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation. Read More »

Minecraft Cross-Play to Be Allowed on Consoles, PC, VR, and Mobile

So, now, there's the core Minecraft game and three fragmented editions (PS4, Xbox 360 and Java) that aren't guaranteed to receive the same updates or cross-platform capabilities as the main version. That certainly is a load of nonsense, especially when Nintendo (a company built on a family friendly image) is allowing the game to interact with other platforms. Read More »

Death toll in Bangladesh landslides rises to 132

Golam Mostafa, a rescuer from the firefighting unit, said more than 100 people have been rescued after removing chunks of mud that buried many traditional homes owned by the poor tribal communities. The incessant rains caused water-logging in many parts of Chittagong and submerged a number of coastal villages apart from triggering the landslides. Read More »

AG Sessions to Testify in Public Hearing


Sessions had been scheduled to testify on June 13 before the House and Senate subcommittees that oversee his department's budget, but will now testify to the intelligence panel instead, he said on Saturday in letters to the chairmen of those subcommittees, reports CNN . Read More »

Trump has 'no intention' of firing special counsel Mueller: White House


Sessions in March stepped aside from the federal investigation into contacts between Russian Federation and the presidential campaign after acknowledging that he had met twice a year ago with Kislyak. "I know Bob Mueller and I have confidence in Bob Mueller". The responsibility for appointing (or theoretically firing) Mueller lies with Rosenstein because his boss, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, recused himself in March from all investigations involving Russian Federation and the 2016 ... Read More »

US Says Rodman Did Not Help In NKorea Release


Rodman is one of few people to have met both North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump . Rodman said the issue of several Americans detained by North Korea is "not my objective right now", in remarks made in Beijing before the release of Warmbier was publicly disclosed. Read More »

Theresa May sollicite le parti unioniste — Brexit

Elle a confirmé que les discussions avec les conservateurs se poursuivaient. D'après plusieurs médias britanniques, des poids lourds du parti tory ont réclamé leur tête à Theresa May si celle-ci ne voulait pas risquer d'être mise elle-même sur la sellette. Read More »

Police release image of man wanted over indecent assault of young girl


Police have released an image of a man they wish to speak to following the indecent assault of a girl in Melbourne's CBD earlier this month, Victoria Police say. "The driver fled onto the gaming floor where he was located by police". Officers said they will investigate the man's finances. The incident comes five months after the fatal Bourke Street rampage in which a auto was driven through crowds in the mall. Read More »