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Manhunt for 2 Inmates Who Allegedly Murdered Officers

One of the inmates disarmed and fatally shot both correctional officers before the two prisoners made off with.40-caliber Glock pistols from the slain guards , commandeered a passenger vehicle that was stopped nearby and fled the scene, according to police and corrections officials. Lire la suite »

House Majority Whip wounded in shooting in suburban DC

Scalise is one of the highest-ranking Republicans in Congress, serving as the chamber's majority whip. Initial reports indicate Rep. Scalise was shot in the hip. Robert Aderholt, Alabama Republican, tweeted. White House spokesman Sean Spicer said via Twitter that the president and vice president were aware of the "developing situation". Lire la suite »

Trump Walks All Over Tillerson On Qatar Dispute


He said his talks with Saudi Arabia and other nations during his first foreign trip were "already paying off" after leaders said they would take a "hard line on funding extremism". Tillerson said the administration is working with its sparring allies to resolve this diplomatic crisis and that the USA will support mediation efforts along with the emir of Kuwait . Lire la suite »

Tunisie : La Banque mondiale approuve un prêt de 500 M$


Alors que le FMI vient d'autoriser le versement de la deuxième tranche d'un prêt de 2,9 milliards de dollars alloué à la Tunisie, le ministre de l'Investissement et de la Coopération internationale et ministre des Finances par intérim Fadhel Abdelkefi n'a pas caché sa satisfaction. Lire la suite »

Heat continues, chances increasing for storms


Mostly cloudy , with a low around 68. North wind 5 to 7 miles per hour. Mostly cloudy , with a high near 85. Southwest wind around 8 miles per hour becoming northwest in the afternoon. Scattered strong thunderstorms packing large hail, blinding rainfall and damaging straight-line winds dotted the state on Tuesday . Partly cloudy, with a low around 72. Lire la suite »

Massive fire at 27-storey apartment in West London


Some 50 people were injured, and authorities say people have died but it is unclear how many. Thirty adjacent apartments were also evacuated, the fire brigade said. "The entire building is burning through". Soon he saw the smoke and chaos. "Somebody did, a gentleman ran forward and managed to grab the baby". "And it was just spreading like wildfire ". Lire la suite »

Leahy angry Sessions canceled on appropriations hearing

Earlier, Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., asked Sessions why, after recusing himself from the Russian Federation inquiry, he signed a letter last month recommending that President Trump fire Comey. Federal agencies in the intelligence community released a report in early January concluding Russian Federation meddled in the presidential campaign cycle. Lire la suite »

Virginia joins other states in Paris climate goal alliance


A spokesperson did not immediately comment for the story, but a website for it appears to suggest that more information is coming later today . He vowed that America's Pledge will also fulfill the Paris Agreement's reporting requirements, so the world can track progress in the US, just as they can with any other nation. Lire la suite »

Arlene Foster and Theresa May meeting in London

Britain entered a sixth day of political limbo on Wednesday with Prime Minister Theresa May yet to seal a deal to prop up her minority government and facing calls to soften her stance on Brexit days before negotiations on leaving the European Union begin. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump's legal team delays filing leak complaint against James Comey


During the hearing, Mr Comey re-asserted the United States president asked him to drop the FBI's investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynnover Moscow's alleged meddling in the USA election. The next day Mr Trump called Mr Comey into the Oval Office and requested that he drop the FBI investigation into Mr Flynn. Mr Comey also has said Mr Sessions did not respond when he complained he did not "want to get time alone with the President again". Lire la suite »

Secret Service Denies Having Trump-Comey Tapes


An OANN reporter asked when the president will release the tapes, and Spicer referred to Trump's Friday presser stating that "the president made clear in the Rose Garden last week he'll have an announcement shortly". During his testimony , he brought up the referenced tapes. He also said he hoped that Trump had taped their conversation and would, in turn, release them publicly. Lire la suite »

US Secret Service says it doesn't have any Trump tapes

Comey said he considered Trump's request to drop the Flynn investigation, a day after Flynn was sacked, to be a "directive". The president repeated that Comey's testimony had vindicated him of wrongdoing before adding "some of the things that he said just weren't true". Lire la suite »

Huge fire breaks out in London apartment building


Photographs and video from the scene showed huge flames on most floors of the building. Actor and writer Tim Downie, who lives around 600 metres from the scene in Latimer Road, told the Press Association he feared the block could collapse. Lire la suite »

Qatar pulls all its troops from Djibouti-Eritrea border


Qatar however denies the allegations. He said they would broadly address the three areas of support for terrorism, meddling in the internal affairs of these countries and attacks through Qatari-owned media platforms. ANKARA/DUBAI, June 13 (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday denounced the isolation of Qatar by neighbouring states as a violation of Islamic values and akin to a "death penalty" imposed in a crisis that has reverberated across the Middle East and beyond. Lire la suite »

N. Korea fires several projectiles, S. Korea says


The trial was the first meant to replicate the flight profile of an ICBM that could be deployed by North Korea . The move was immediately condemned by South Korea's president, who warned North Korea that the only thing the country has to gain from unauthorized launches is "isolation and economic difficulties". Lire la suite »

UK's May faces calls to soften Brexit as political limbo drags on


DUP leader Arlene Foster is due to see May tomorrow for crunch talks, which could force the delay of the government's presentation of its legislative programme to parliament by Queen Elizabeth II, due on June 19. Discussions are going well with the government and we hope soon to be able to bring this work to a successful conclusion. "I think there will be pressure for a softer Brexit", Mr Cameron added, saying that Parliament now "deserves a say" on the issue. Lire la suite »

Salman Khan talks about war-mongering, sympathises with Army families


Khan also said that those political leaders who declare wars should be sent to borders to fight. A video is out and we can see Salman wearing hoodie which is embossed with the name of the film " Tubelight " at the back. "Nobody supports it, but it happens and noboby knows why". Whatever the conflicts, they should be solved across the table. Salman Khan often takes to the Bandra roads in a cycle but this is the first time he is doing it for promoting his film. Lire la suite »

President Trump Called the Mayor of a Small Chesapeake Bay Island


President Donald Trump has called the mayor of a small Chesapeake Bay island after learning that it overwhelmingly supported him. 10 On Your Side's Tom Schaad meets with the mayor of Tangier Island in 2016. Residents hope that President Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement will free up money to invest in the infrastructure they need to shield the island. Lire la suite »

Manhunt sparked by slaying of prison guards, inmates' escape


That police activity was related to the search for the suspects, authorities confirmed . "They are risky beyond description", Sills added. But he said they are "relatively certain" the two men are outside Putnam County by now. Governor Nathan Deal says the two fugitives will be brought to justice. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation reported a $60,000 reward in the case. Lire la suite »

Ovation for Jeremy Corbyn as he returns to House of Commons

Jeremy Corbyn has used perhaps the most infamous of soundbites from the General Election campaign against the very person who said it. Corbyn - whose Labour Party on Thursday night defied the polls and all expectations to gain 30 seats and force a hung parliament as a result - was welcomed to Parliament by the applause and cheers of Labour MPs. Lire la suite »