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Comment les people ont réagi au premier tour — Présidentielle

Dans la métropole lilloise, le candidat PS Benoît Hamon ne dépasse pas les 10% à Villeneuve d'Ascq, Roubaix, Tourcoing , il réalise 11% à Lille , c'est Mélenchon qui arrive en tête dans ces quatre villes. Fillon a été grandement fragilisé par les affaires judiciaires, après la révélation fin janvier par Le Canard enchaîné de l'emploi soupçonné fictif de son épouse comme collaboratrice parlementaire, pour lequel la justice l'a mis en examen. Read More »

Time for Republicans to start worrying about 2018


Republican Ron Estes , the state treasurer, has won a special election Tuesday night in Kansas to replace Rep. Mike Pompeo, who became President Donald Trump's Central Intelligence Agency director, CNN projects. House and Senate. Price was re-elected with 61.7 percent of the vote in November. Tuesday's vote, however, proved to be much closer for the GOP candidate than in years past - and is being viewed as a referendum for the Trump administration. Read More »

Voici les résultats définitifs du premier tour de la présidentielle


En outre, les sondages, qui avaient fait état d'une décrue constante depuis mars, passant d'une moyenne d'environ 26% des intentions de vote au premier tour à 22% en moyenne, se sont globalement vérifiés. - 'Résultat historique' - Le Finistère place aussi Emmanuel Macron largement en tête (29,45%), les Côtes-d'Armor et le Morbihan lui offrant de la même manière un score supérieur à ce qu'il réalise au niveau national (respectivement 27,99% et 27,86% des voix). Read More »

Israeli military officials: USA gave 2-hour warning before striking Syria


The US responded to the alleged attack by launching "warning shot" air strikes on a regime-controlled airbase near Homs a few days later which killed six Syrian servicemen. There is also evidence that ISIS and other terror groups may have acquired some of these chemical weapons. Egeland said no Syrians should be forced out of their homes through starvation or siege. Read More »

Militants kill PDP leader in Kashmir


Dar, an advocate by profession, was referred to SMHS Hospital here but succumbed to injuries. The spokesman said Dar's killing was yet another reflection of the alarming state of affairs in the state, which he claimed has plunged into total chaos, uncertainty and turmoil due to the PDP-BJP government. Read More »

Israel has detained one million Palestinians since its creation


In a statement, the Israeli Foreign Ministry refused to consider Barghouti and his comrades partaking in the hunger strike as "political prisoners", noting that "they were murderers and saboteurs"- the statement clearly stated that they were tried and convicted, according to the law. Read More »

Euro jumps to 5-month high in French election relief rally

There's no choice but to vote against the the extreme right. Marine Le Pen stormed into the final straight of the French presidential election last night as mutinous voters humiliated the country's two established parties. Polls now suggest Le Pen will have a hard time convincing enough voters to join her in the second round. "That was disdainful towards the French people", Philippot said. Read More »

All eyes on French election: Aus shares set to open flat


Financials accounted for more than half of the benchmark's gain, with the sector index up as much as 1.1 per cent on a rally in the "Big Four" Aussie banks and insurers. Wall Street closed lower on Friday: The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.15 per cent to close at 20,548, the S&P 500 dropped 0.3 per cent to close at 2,349 and the NASDAQ fell 0.11 per cent to close at 5,911. Read More »

Clashes erupt between Srinagar students, security forces


Meanwhile, police also arrested six students during the clashes. Colleges opened in Kashmir today after a gap of five days as authorities shut higher educational institutions as a precautionary measure in the wake of valley-wide student protests last Monday against alleged highhandedness of security forces with students in Pulwama on April 15. Read More »

World financial markets higher after French centrist Macron comes out on top


Politicians on the moderate left and right, including the Socialist and Republicans party losers in Sunday's first-round vote, manoeuvred to block Le Pen's path to power in the May 7 runoff. The conservative candidate Francois Fillon, who finished third, called on supporters of his Les Republicains party to back Mr Macron. 'As such, there is no other choice than to vote against the extreme right'. Read More »

North Korea warns against U.S. 'hysteria' as it marks founder's birth


But as speculation mounts that Pyongyang is poised for a "big event", a United States aircraft carrier group is steaming towards the region. North Korea has raised the terrifying prospect of nuclear war amid recent developments that have seen the US Navy send a strike group into the Korean peninsula to boost defences and provide a more physical presence in the area. Read More »

Trump discusses North Korea in phone talks with Xi, Abe


But it seems more than a coincidence that the development follows a summit earlier this month between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. Mr Abe also said he and Mr Trump agreed that China, North Korea's sole major ally, should play a large role in dealing with Pyongyang. It is speculated by analysts in Washington and Beijing that China is threatening to cut crude oil supplies to its impoverished neighbor should it conduct another nuclear test. Read More »

Euro pops to 5-month high vs dollar on French election relief

Le Pen went on the offensive against Macron in her first public comments Monday. Whatever the outcome on May 7 , it will mean a redrawing of France's political landscape, which has been dominated for 60 years by mainstream groupings from the center-left and center-right, both of whose candidates faded. Read More »

Egypt: Sissi imposes three-month state of emergency


Steffen Seibert told reporters that it was important to preserve the peaceful coexistence of Muslims and Coptic Christians in Egypt . During a visit to Egypt last month, Merkel toured a Cairo church that had been the site of a previous bombing in December. Read More »

Venezuela Opposition Calls for Another Protest despite Deaths


Venezuelan National Guard members are deploying tear gas on an opposition march in western Caracas in an effort to disperse demonstrators. Venezuelan opposition leader and Governor of Miranda State Henrique Capriles tries to catch his breath after being affected by tear gas while participating in the so-called " mother of all marches" against Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas on April 19, 2017. Read More »

Tim Tebow has his best week in minors with 6 hits


He had no RBIs and five strikeouts in six games. Gerson Garabito (W, 2-1) had six strikeouts and only yielded two hits for the Legends. Columbia improves to 10-6 are one game out of first in the South Atlantic League Southern Divison. Kort Peterson singled with two outs in the top of the first inning, and DeVito followed with his second home run of the season. Ramos struck out swinging to end the game. Read More »