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Trump destitué? Les bookmakers y croient plus que jamais

Le renvoi de James Comey a été interprété par les observateurs comme une tentative de la Maison blanche pour affaiblir l'enquête menée par le Bureau fédéral d'investigation sur la Russie. McCabe a rendu un hommage appuyé à M. Comey, soulignant qu'avoir été son adjoint avait été "le plus grand privilège et honneur de sa vie professionnelle". Read More »

United Kingdom works to restore hospital systems after cyberattack

Dozens of countries were hit with a huge cyberextortion attack Friday that locked up computers and held users' files for ransom at a multitude of hospitals, companies and government agencies. Security officials in Britain urged organizations to protect themselves from ransomware by updating their security software fixes, running anti-virus software and backing up data elsewhere. Read More »

Manuel Valls pas dans les critères Investiture pour "La République en marche"

Alors que beaucoup de socialistes ont été retoqués par le parti du président élu, M. Ferrand -qui a rendu récemment sa carte du PS- a aussi affirmé que les candidats étaient "issus de l'ensemble du spectre politique républicain". Au lendemain des déclarations de Manuel Valls se disant prêt à rejoindre la majorité présidentielle, Jean-Paul Delevoye met un nouveau frein à cette ambition. Read More »

Spain: Massive ransomware attack hits major companies

He warned just hours before the hack broke out that IT departments needed to do more to keep hospitals safe, and that such hacks - which have already hit some hospitals in the U.S. The attack targeted Windows computers that had not installed patches released by Microsoft in March, or older machines running software that Microsoft no longer supports and for which patches did not exist, including the 16-year-old Windows XP system, researchers said. Read More »

San Diego police killed boy, 15, in school parking lot


The boy had called police and asked them to check on a "male juvenile" in front of the school, according to Lt. Mike Holden. The 15-year-old student allegedly pulled out his air gun and pointed it at the San Diego officers during the encounter. Read More »

House Oversight Committee member calls Trump's bluff on the Comey "tapes"

One day before firing Comey , Trump tweeted: "The Russia-Trump collusion story is a total hoax". These reasons contradicted the White House's assertions - and even the widely-disseminated termination letter Trump sent Comey - that the dismissal was based on the recommendations of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who criticized Comey's handling of the email investigation into Hillary Clinton a year ago. Read More »

Trump avertit James Comey de ne pas parler à la presse

Selon l'institut Gallup, 46% des Américains désapprouvent la décision, contre 39% qui l'approuvent. "Il vaudrait mieux pour James Comey qu'il n'y ait pas d " enregistrements' de nos conversations avant qu'il ne les fasse fuiter dans la presse", a-t-il écrit sur le réseau social. Read More »

Federal Bureau of Investigation boss James Comey defends pre-election Clinton email announcement


Comey sent a letter to Congress on October 28 saying the FBI had recovered thousands of emails in an unrelated probe and was reopening its investigation into whether Clinton may have mishandled classified information. "There is no such thing", Clinton said in a question-and-answer-session with CNN's Christiane Amanpour. But Comey insisted that the Department of Justice has long held that "a general sense of criminal intent is necessary" to prosecute someone for a crime. Read More »

Crise libyenne: Al-Sarraj arrive à Alger


Par ailleurs, M. Serradj s'est félicité "des efforts de l'Algérie visant à trouver des solutions efficientes à la crise en Libye ". El Sarraj est arrivé tôt dans la matinée à Alger, dans le cadre de la concertation permanente engageant l'Algérie et la Libye pour aboutir à une solution permanente à la crise qui secoue la Libye depuis 2011. Read More »

Ex-Officer Pleads Guilty in Shooting Walter Scott


Slager, 35, was set to make a federal court appearance on Tuesday for motions related to his federal trial which was planned for later this month . Slager was accused of murder after shooting Walter Scott several times in the back as the 50-year-old motorist fled from the officer in April 2015 after a traffic stop. Read More »

Trump could crack down on medical marijuana


The provision does not cover recreational marijuana laws in Colorado and other states where it has been approved. As Congress wrestles with the country's budget (currently extended through September) one thing has become clear - there may be less intervention from the federal government because Congress has allocated $0 to the Department of Justice to crackdown on states in which medical marijuana is now legal. Read More »

SK envoys to hold talks in China

Winning an election in a country deeply split following the impeachment of former president Park Geun-hye over an extensive corruption scandal, Moon Jae-in, a former human rights lawyer, needed only 40 percent of votes to defeat other conservative candidates in the election on Tuesday. Read More »

Seuls deux candidats réunionnais investis par En Marche pour le moment — Législatives

Les députés sortants, issus des rangs de LR ou du PS, ne devraient être qu'une minorité. Un changement que le parti explique par l'afflux de candidatures de dernière minute comme celle de Manuel Valls. Richard Ferrand , secrétaire général d'En marche! , a d'abord remercié les 285.000 adhérents du mouvement. Du côté des socialistes, la situation est assez confuse. Read More »

Brexit could be reversed by new United Kingdom gov't

But a Number 10 source dismissed separate reports that Mrs May will offer a concession over including students in the immigration target as part of efforts to get remaining legislation through Parliament before it finishes ahead of the election. Read More »

Police say Chicago officers shot and wounded were targeted


Late Tuesday night, two Chicago Police Department officers were shot when they were ambushed by the occupants of two vehicles who pulled up on either side of the auto the officers were in and one of the occupants opened fire. "It's just another example of how unsafe this job is", Police Supt. Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and aldermen were also at the hospital, CBS Chicago says. Read More »

Première confrérie et retour des batailles navales — Assassin's Creed Origins


Assassin's Creed: Origins se déroulerait ainsi dans l'Égypte Antique, mettrait en scène deux héros (un homme et une femme) et suivrait la création de la guilde des Assassins . En regardant de plus près on s'aperçoit aussi que l'objectif actuel consiste à assassiner de crocodile. Le titre serait d'ailleurs comparable à une progression de personnage comme dans Skyrim. Read More »

United States again warns against travel to NKorea after new detentions

North Korea urged South Korea's new government Thursday to end what it called confrontational policies, including joint military drills with the United States. The statement said the organizers infiltrated a "terrorist" into the country who had satellite communications equipment. Mr Moon, the child of refugees who fled North Korea during the Korean War, will lead a nation shaken by the scandal that felled Ms Park, whose criminal trial is scheduled to start later this month. Read More »

5 key questions about the NHS cyber hack answered

The revelation came as experts said they are working round-the-clock to restore the IT systems of NHS after they were hit by a large-scale cyber-hack by an worldwide criminal gang that wreaked havoc around the world including India. When he tried to access patient files on a computer, he couldn't find them - even though he knew they were there. "Both staff and patients were frankly pretty appalled that somebody, whoever they are, for commercial gain or otherwise, would attack a health care ... Read More »

20 attorneys general call for independent probe into Russia

Democratic Sens. Dick Durbin and Dianne Feinstein are calling on Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to resign if no special prosecutor is named to replace ousted FBI Director James Comey in the investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 United States election. Read More »

Earthquakes hit Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, Aleutian Islands


The natural disaster had a depth of about 6 miles. On Saturday, an quake measuring 5.2 magnitude struck in the Kenai Peninsula region just after 8pm local time. state of Alaska on Monday, a media report said. The center says the natural disaster had an epicenter 27 miles (43 kilometers) north of Pleasant Valley, a town of about 700 residents at 9:09 p.m. Read More »

North Korea missile threat: THAAD defence could be axed by Moon Jae

China has vigorously opposed the deployment of a United States anti-missile system in South Korea, saying it threatens Chinese security and will do nothing to resolve tensions with North Korea. The leaders agreed to strengthen their countries' alliance. In response, Mr Moon said that most South Koreans do not accept the deal reached in late 2015 to settle the issue of Korean women forced to work at Japan's wartime military brothels. Read More »

North Korea: Sen. Cory Gardner has "lost basic judgment and body hair"

Probably not. Since Trump took office, tensions between North Korea and the United States and its allies have risen to historic levels, making the prospect of direct talks a seemingly unlikely option. Trump said in an interview last week that he would be "honored" to meet Kim, if the regime was willing to abandon its nuclear and ballistic missile ambitions. Read More »