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Journalists barred from 'filming' interviews with US Senators in Capitol

Any new policy could stem from existing chamber rules , but enforcement of such measures would be a drastic change from the manner in which press has done its job in the Senate. The directive appeared to in effect only briefly on Tuesday. Ms Klobuchar said she would fight any possible attempt to change the rules, telling journalists at the Capitol: "You don't shut down the press if you don't want to do interviews ". Lire la suite »

Ralph Northam wins Democratic nomination for Va. governor


Northam, a usually low-key pediatric neurologist, won running as a pragmatist with the state Democratic establishment's firm support. The Democrats have made elections in Virginia and Georgia a referendum on President Trump. The turnout in the Democratic primary far exceeded the last one in 2009, when about 320,000 people voted. The Democratic Party already is hoping to capitalize on Trump's low approval ratings in the state and show a united front with a rally today at George Mason ... Lire la suite »

French crowd to sing God Save the Queen

Tuesday night's game was tied at 2-2 when the 20-year-old Dembele scored off an assist by the 18-year-old sensation Kylian Mbappe in the 78th minute, reports Xinhua news agency. England's numerical advantage showed immediately after the equaliser, as they dominated possession, but France built back into the game and were clearly intent on playing for the win despite the absence of Varane. Lire la suite »

Did a faulty fridge cause London fatal tower block fire?

London Fire Brigade said the fire had engulfed all floors from the second to the top of the Grenfell Tower on the Lancaster West Estate in west London . " All our warnings fell on deaf ears and we predicted that a catastrophe like this was inevitable and just a matter of time", the group said on its website on Wednesday. Lire la suite »

Afghan President issues ultimatum to Taliban


The president made a strong plea for security at an global peace conference on Afghanistan attended by around two dozen countries. There is no proper strategy on how to take on the Taliban. But the dead also included Afghan security guards at multiple the facilities, including the U.S. Embassy. An Islamic State group affiliate has meanwhile emerged and carried out several large attacks. Lire la suite »

Paul Ryan: 'Let Robert Mueller Do His Job'

He said Trump had called him Monday night and the two discussed Gingrich's concerns about the probe. Mueller was interviewed both by the Justice Department and by the president personally for the director's position, according to a senior White House official. Lire la suite »

London tower fire: What do we know?

Eyewitnesses described people trapped in the burning tower screaming for help and yelling for their children to be saved, BBC reported . "It wasn't the building, it wasn't the structure; that cladding - it was just like throwing fuel on the fire". Lire la suite »

BJP, ABVP alleges insult to national anthem, flag


The drawing shows two people having sex behind the chairs when the national flag is seen on the screen of a theatre. The magazine was published by the Government Brennan College union, which is headed by the Students' Federation of India (SFI). Lire la suite »

London inferno: 'The baby just fell straight down'

The group said there was one entry and exit to Grenfell Tower during improvement works at the block and it had issues with evacuation procedures. At 7:30am London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton confirmed that there have been fatalities in the blaze. Lire la suite »

6 killed, dozens injured in massive London high-rise blaze

Hundreds of firefighters and medical staff have responded to the emergency in London's Kensington. At least six people were killed and 50 injured and many others missing on Wednesday as a fire ripped through a high-rise apartment building in west London where residents had long warned of the potential risk of a catastrophic blaze. Lire la suite »

France- Législatives : le président Emmanuel Macron proche de la majorité


Jean-Christophe Cambadélis est éliminé dès le premier tour dans la 16eme circonscription de Paris où il était député depuis 1997. Au parti socialiste , c'est une lourde défaite puisque l'ancien candidat du PS et député sortant des Yvelines (région parisienne), Benoît Hamon , a été éliminé dimanche dès le premier tour des législatives . Lire la suite »

Gunman opens fire on members of Congress at baseball practice, witnesses say

A congressional aide said Scalise was in stable condition at George Washington University Hospital. The team was taking batting practice when a gunshot rang out and chaos erupted, politicians on the scene said. Mr Scalise apologised for the speech and said he was unaware of the group's racial philosophy when he agreed to speak as a state legislator. "I hear Steve Scalise over near second base scream". Lire la suite »

MHA goofs-up; uses Spain-Morocco border picture for India


The 342 page annual report captions the picture as "Floodlighting along the border" and provides details of completion of floodlighting work along 1943 kms of border with Pakistan in Jammu, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Punjab. Sources said the home ministry officials were trying to find out from where the picture was sourced. A 647-km long India-Pakistan-Bangladesh border has created many issues in the past for the border security forces as regular intrusion from both the sides was a tough task ... Lire la suite »

Liberal Dershowitz on Trump: It's Not 'Obstruction,' There's No 'Crime'

Comey says that President Trump, in a private meeting, expressed the wish that Comey drop an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn. "I would be fine with issuing a subpoena, but that most likely would come from the special counsel's office", Collins told CNN . James Comey conducted an investigation into the Trump administration's alleged "ties to Russia" - a charge both the White House and the Kremlin have repeatedly denied. Lire la suite »

Top SNP figure urges Nicola Sturgeon to drop second referendum plans


That put them ahead of Labour and closed the gap to the SNP - who had a bad night, losing 21 seats including their Westminster leader Angus Robertson and former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond. to bring an end to the austerity". The SNP won just under 37% of the vote in the election, ending the night with 35 MPs - a result substantially down on the 50% of the vote they secured in 2015 which gave them 56 MPs. Lire la suite »

Trust vote row: DMK MLAs evicted en masse from TN Assembly


The impromptu demonstration blocked traffic on the busy main road of the city as all the DMK MLAs trooped out of the assembly to join their leader on the street. "The speaker forcibly evicted us from the assembly". The DMK legislators raised the issue of AIADMK MLAs being allegedly paid huge sums of money and gold ahead of a trust vote in the assembly. Lire la suite »

San Francisco police respond to shooting


Authorities had earlier said at least two people were being treated for injuries in connection to the shooting. The shooting happened at around 9:00 the area of 17th and Utah. Police are asking people in the area to shelter in place. Residents have been warned to avoid the area because of heavy law enforcement activity. Sources said multiple ambulances rolling to the scene. Lire la suite »

Bloomberg delivers USA pledge to continue Paris climate goals to UN


The June 2-4 opinion poll suggests American voters may not penalize President Donald Trump too harshly for walking away from the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement , even if they would have preferred he keep the country in the deal. The minister was quoted by PTI as saying: "The US President's statement on Paris agreement has come as a shock for us and the global community ". Lire la suite »

The 9 most exciting Xbox One games of E3 2017

The company also announced 42 new titles at the E3 event which will be compatible with all the existing Xbox models but will work the "best" with Xbox One X , as it will enable the 4k experience. Since this $499 Dollars console will not arrive in stores until November 7 we have plenty of time to discuss its features. It is created to be completely compatible with existing Xbox One games, controllers, and accessories, while offering enhancements in terms of visuals on both 4K and ... Lire la suite »

London fire survivor says he was lucky

Ambulance officials say 74 people were being treated in hospitals across London for a range of injuries and smoke inhalation. Flames tore through the 24-storey Grenfell Tower in north Kensington overnight, leaving people trapped on upper floors - some holding babies out of windows and others jumping from their flats. Lire la suite »

Pakistan Army opens fire at Indian posts in J&K

It accused India of deliberate targeting of civilians terming it contrary to human dignity and worldwide human rights and humanitarian laws. With many ceasefires recorded in the past, the Pakistan military forces once again targeted Indian troopers by restoring firing at positions in Balakot and Poonch sectors. Lire la suite »

Congressman among "multiple" victims in Alexandria shooting

Wednesday and told members about the shooting and said Scalise had been shot. Trump calls Scalise , the House majority whip, a very good friend and says he is a fighter and a patriot. He tweets that " Rand Paul said staffers were laying down and shooter was hitting the dirt around them". A government official identified the suspect as James. Lire la suite »

Kate meets London Bridge attack victims and hospital staff


All three suspects were killed by police. Attackers Khuram Shazad Butt, Rachid Redouane, and Youssef Zaghba first "mounted the pavement at London Bridge and ploughed into pedestrians, knocking them down like skittles". The latest arrest comes as Borough Market, where the attackers went on a stabbing spree, is expected to reopen this week. Mrs May has insisted the UK's largest police force is "well-resourced", but has said she would consider new powers in response to the "increased ... Lire la suite »