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US President Donald Trump considering 11 candidates to replace James Comey

Spicer said Trump was fully within his rights to do so, citing a column by celebrity jurist Alan Dershowitz published on Newsmax, a right-wing site . The former Director of National Intelligence told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell that Comey had expressed doubts about going to dinner with Trump but felt obligated to attend because, as a public servant, it would be "difficult" to refuse. Lire la suite »

Sean Spicer Rebuts Report that Trump Asked Comey to Pledge His Loyalty

CBS Evening News, citing a source who has spoken with Comey , said on Twitter that Comey hopes there are "lots of tapes". The Federal Bureau of Investigation probe and parallel congressional investigations have cast a cloud over Trump's presidency since he took office on January 20, threatening to overwhelm his policy priorities. Lire la suite »

Dem: GOP 'looking for a unicorn' on ObamaCare repeal deal


During the exchange, Stephanopoulos charged that the legislation, the American Health Care Act, will hurt millions of Americans, especially the vulnerable with pre-existing conditions . An aide to one of the Republicans on the health care panel told CNN's Dana Bash that they weren't interested in "playing the games of identity politics". Lire la suite »

North Korea seeks extraditions of Kim Jong Un assassination plotters

Moon leads believe sanctions alone have failed to deter North Korea, and are wary of being drawn into a struggle between the United States and China. "These terrorists plotted and planned in detail for the use of biochemical substances including radioactive and poisonous substances as the means of assassination", Vice Minister Han said. Lire la suite »

Nadal delighted with win over "one of world's best" Goffin


However, the two haven't met for almost a year during which time Djokovic's form has dramatically dipped. "He added: "'I've lost many matches, many close, tough matches so I'm really glad that I've managed to overcome this one'. The Uruguayan will face Dominic Thiem or Andy Murray's conqueror Borna Coric in the semi-finals. Four-time champion Rafael Nadal will on Saturday take on two-time victor Novak Djokovic in the Madrid Open semi-finals after the Spaniard saw off David Goffin ... Lire la suite »

US reports another drop in arrests at Mexico border


U.S. Customs and Border Patrol is reporting another drop in the number of individuals apprehended along the U.S. -Mexico border. These numbers sit in stark contrast to those in November and December (when President Obama was still in office but Trump's presidential transition was underway), which saw 47,000 and 43,000 apprehensions, respectively. Lire la suite »

North Korea `test-fires missile from western region´


Analysts took this to mean that if the U.S. does decide to negotiate an amendment, it could happen much sooner than initially expected. The US has called on China to do more to rein in Pyongyang and Mr Trump lavished praise on Chinese President Xi Jinping for his efforts, calling him "a good man". Lire la suite »

North Korea says will have dialogue with U.S. under right conditions - Yonhap

The prosecutors on Friday said outgoing South Korean National Intelligence Service (NIS) chief Lee Byung-ho and unnamed "masterminds in (the) CIA" are among those they intend to prosecute, North Korean state news agency KCNA reported. North Korea said, "The alleged agent would return home to North Korea, wait for a public event, then use some kind of poisonous substance on top regime officials". Lire la suite »

In global appeal, North Korea urges states not to enforce UN sanctions

Tension has been high for weeks over North Korea's nuclear and missile development and fears it will conduct a sixth nuclear test. North Korea's mission to the United Nations on Friday appealed to U.N. Western analysts claim this is an attempt by the Kim Jong-un government to improve relations with other countries - South Korea and the U.S.in particular - amid its deepening isolation. Lire la suite »

Des sites de production à l'arrêt après la cyberattaque mondiale — Renault

Selon une source syndicale, l'usine de Sandouville (Seine-Maritime), serait notamment concernée. Un constat posé par Europol, l'office européen de police, qui parle "d'un niveau sans précédent". Le service public de santé britannique (NHS), cinquième employeur du monde avec 1,7 millions de salariés, semble avoir été la principale victime - et potentiellement la plus inquiétante en mettant en danger des patients - de ces attaques. Lire la suite »

Trump warns N. Korea missiles 'will only get better'


During the interview , Mr Trump said would "not be happy" if Kim Jung-un carried out a nuclear test. Experts say North Korea has readied a nuclear test, which many suspected would take place earlier in April on the anniversary of the country's founder's birth or the foundation of its military. Lire la suite »

Nigeria's Buhari meets 82 freed schoolgirls


Five Boko Haram commanders were released in exchange for the 82 girls' freedom, a Nigerian government official said Sunday. At the meeting, the president welcomed the girls in the capital city of Abuja and said: "I can not express in a few words how happy I am to welcome our dear girls back to freedom". Lire la suite »

Macron talks up 2024 Paris Olympic bid to Bach

L.A. organizers weren't so much making the case that their bid is worthy of the Games - a consensus is clear that both bids are - but that it deserves to have the 2024 Olympics it is bidding for. The candidate that agrees to wait four years might be able to wrangle a larger slice of Olympic revenues - perhaps hundreds of thousands of dollars - and demand other concessions. Lire la suite »

Two Dead In Dallas-Area College Shooting


The college had about 11,000 students as of 2013. As news of the gunfire spread, the college urged students and staff to lock themselves in rooms. Police have asked people to stay away from the campus as they continue their investigation. Lire la suite »

Sean Spicer missing from briefings during key week for Trump


The White House said Spicer is missing the briefing because he will be at the Pentagon for the remainder of the week on duty with the Navy Reserve, with which he has served for almost two decades. "No, I don't believe, I don't know how that sequence went - I don't know", he said. I don't know. There's some - I don't know. The president "should be mad", one official added. Lire la suite »

Trump to Implement Commission on "Election Integrity"

At the time , White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the investigation wouldn't just be about the 2016 election, but "about the integrity of our voting system". Kobach, for his part, claims that the commission had not been put in place to validate the president's allegations of voter fraud but would instead "go where the facts lead". Lire la suite »

US intelligence director warns of more Russian cyberthreats

It's the CIA's first mission centre focused on a single country. The North cites the wargames as one justification for its continued development of nuclear weapons and long-range missiles. The North also announced last week that it thwarted what it claims was a CIA-backed attempt to assassinate Kim. "According to what I understand, the North Korean side will send an official delegation to relevant events at the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation that will shortly be taking ... Lire la suite »

Massive cyber-attack hits at least 99 countries

Securelist added: "It's important to note that our visibility may be limited and incomplete and the range of targets and victims is likely much, much higher". The malware spreads through email. The spread of the ransomware capped a week of cyber turmoil in Europe that began the previous week when hackers posted a trove of campaign documents tied to French candidate Emmanuel Macron just before a run-off vote in which he was elected president of France. Lire la suite »

Steve Agnew urges Middlesbrough to be more creative and take more risks


Agnew, who claims there has been no interest yet, said: “He is one of the group and is determined to stay with it and see Boro back into the Premier league . "It's about us understanding where we are, it's about how we finish strongly in these last couple of games and then we regroup, have a good summer and make sure that we're in the fight to bounce back to the Premier League as quickly as we possibly can". Lire la suite »

Three Bombers Attack University Of Maiduguri, Kill Security Official


According to a statement released by NEMA spokesman, the injured victims have been administered first aid while the corpses were evacuated by the NEMA officials. " A male and female suicide bomber struck at the mechanical works department of the university ", the source said. A soldier was reported injured in the explosion, and is now receiving treatment at university of Maiduguri teaching hospital (UMTH). Lire la suite »

4 dead in OH nursing home shooting

The active shooter situation was first reported around 7:30 a.m. Friday in the 200 block East Main Street in Kirkersville at Pine Kirk Care Center. People hug as emergency personnel arrive to the scene of a shooting outside Pine Kirk nursing home in Kirkersville, Ohio on Friday, May 12, 2017. Lire la suite »

Stray emu lassoed on highway by New Mexico authorities


One knocks down the bird with a restraining pole, but it gets up and continues to run. Trucks helped stop traffic as members of the Mesilla Marshal's Department, City of Las Cruces Codes Enforcement, Doña Ana County Codes Enforcement and New Mexico University Animal and Range Sciences chased the emu through irrigation canals, residential areas and the interstate before eventually snaring it. Lire la suite »

Australian vets gain free health care after atomic tests


From 1952 to 1963, Britain tested atomic weapons at Maralinga and Emu Fields in South Australia and around Western Australia's Monte Bello Islands, with the Australian government's permission. The U.S., British and French governments offered compensation to victims of their own nuclear testing, but the Australian government had long denied liability, Walker said. Lire la suite »

Austrian foreign minister calls for early elections


Kurz, 30, didn't specify Friday whether he will take the party leadership. "We will keep trying to achieve sensible solutions, including with variable majorities if necessary", Kern said in an interview with newspaper Die Presse. After Mitterlehner's resignation, Austrian Federal Chancellor Christian Kern proposed to the OVP and Kurz to continue their work within the coalition government. Lire la suite »