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US student freed from N. Korea has severe brain injury

Dr Daniel Kanter, professor of neurology and director of the Neurocritical Care Program at the University of Cincinnati Medical Centre, said Otto Warmbier's condition is best described as " unresponsive wakefulness ". "That's what we're seeing is this removal". Otto Warmbier went to North Korea as a bright-eyed 21-year-old student looking for adventure. On his last night there, he apparently tried to remove a large propaganda sign. Lire la suite »

Trump Was Previously Not Under Investigation. Now He Reportedly Is


More persuasively, he dismissed questions about whether he had a third meeting with Kislyak at a speech by Trump at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington in April 2016. Asked about Trump's own contention that the president fired Comey with the Russian Federation probe in mind, and regardless of any recommendation from anyone else, Sessions said: "I guess I'll just have to let his words speak for themselves". Lire la suite »

Firefighters 'overwhelmed' by public's support

The child's words are quoted by the Sun . "How many children died? What are you going to do about it?" More appeals were put up overnight on Thursday as relatives became increasingly distraught about their loved ones. "He knocked on the door and he said there was a fire in his flat". The fact that this did not happen at Grenfell Tower will be a key element of the investigation. Lire la suite »

Cross-System Play Coming To Minecraft On Consoles

Ch-ch-changes are coming to Minecraft pretty soon , ladies and gents. Save data from the previous versions of the game will carry over to this new one. Launching with four servers, Lifeboat , Mineplex , InPVP and Cubecraft - which lets players join public servers that have monthly users numbering in the millions according to the company. Lire la suite »

Philippines says some militants may have slipped out of embattled city


Lt. Col. Jo-Ar Herrera, spokesperson for the military's 1st Infantry Division, said government forces had gained control of key bridges in the city after street-to-street fighting in recent days. "This was the last place we expected this to happen". "Only about 5 percent are now staying in the evacuation centers". Meanwhile, Gapay said the EastMinCom expressed its appreciation to the support of the people, for the information they gave that led to the arrest of Mohammad Maute. Lire la suite »

Trump Blasts "Witch Hunt" Amid Obstruction of Justice Inquiry

The probe into Trump was sparked in part by the sudden dismissal of FBI Director James Comey . The special counsel investigating Russian meddling in last year's presidential election has reportedly expanded the probe and is examining whether President Trump obstructed justice. Lire la suite »

Here's Why Enbridge Energy Management, LLC (EEQ) Trending These Days

Enbridge Energy Management comprises 0.9% of Greenwich Investment Management Inc.'s investment portfolio, making the stock its 27th largest position. Over the last 5 years, Enbridge Energy Management, L.L.C. It appears that trading for shares of Enbridge Energy Partners (NYSE:EEP) will be interesting to watch today. (NYSE:EEP) last announced its quarterly earnings data on Wednesday, May 10th. Lire la suite »

More surgeries lie ahead for Scalise

A law enforcement official says the gunman who wounded a top Republican congressman and several other people during an early morning baseball practice legally purchased his rifle and handgun. "We've had a very, very divided country for many years". Despite the bipartisan motivation behind the game, especially this year, partisanship was hardly abandoned as Democrats and Republicans faced off, each side seriously itching for a win. Lire la suite »

HRW condemns Israel's '50 years of occupation abuses'


Guterres said, "Today marks 50 years since the start of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, which resulted in Israel's occupation of the West Bank , East Jerusalem , Gaza and the Syrian Golan and the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians and Syrians". Lire la suite »

Donald Trump has 'no intention' to fire Mueller


Meanwhile, House Speaker Paul Ryan urged the White House to let Mueller's investigation play out. The obstruction of justice investigation into Mr Trump began days after Mr Comey was sacked on May 9, according to people familiar with the matter, The Washington Post said. Lire la suite »

Trump 'under investigation for potential obstruction of justice'


Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., asked whether Trump had expressed any frustration with Sessions about his decision to recuse himself from the Russian Federation investigation. Trump disputed, though, Comey's assertion he had asked for a pledge of loyalty. "You and I agree that the American people deserve a full accounting of attempts to meddle in both our democratic processes and the impartial administration of justice". Lire la suite »

Fowler leads US Open on day of highs and lows

A handful of fans at the U.S. Open also posted video on Twitter of the craft's descent. I obviously paid the price today. McIlroy , who hit just five fairways to tie for last in the 156-man field in that category, said: "I don't think I hit a fairway from the 10th and you can not play this golf course if you are not in position off the tee". Lire la suite »

Russia claims it has killed IS leader al-Baghdadi

Russia's statement comes as the USA -led coalition tries to remove Islamic State from its self-declared capital of Raqqa , a city the jihadist group has brutalized since 2013, and used as a base to plot terrorist attacks in Europe. His group has earned global notoriety for imposing a hardline form of Islam that has included stonings, beheadings and amputations . This was right after ISIS had taken control of Mosul and Baghdadi took to a podium to deliver a sermon. Lire la suite »

Wisconsin worker still missing after blast


Derrick Clark, the plant's executive, identified the three workers killed in the blast as Duelle Block, Robert Goodenow and Pawel Tordoff. Cambria Village Clerk/Treasurer Lois Frank told the local newspaper, the Daily Citizen, " We heard a loud boom and the house shook ". Lire la suite »

Cross-Play Comes To Minecraft On Almost Any Device


Speaking with Giant Bomb , Xbox head Phil Spencer responded to Jim Rayan's comments about the Cross-Platform Play saying that the argument Sony is presenting is not healthy for the game industry . Owing to the games being released one can surely say that game lover is bound to be happy because Nintendo is releasing Metroid after a very long time . Lire la suite »

London fire: Death toll rises to 30; fears it could climb over

Firefighters worked through the night to dampen the fire. A massive fire engulfed the Grenfell Towers in London early on Wednesday killing at least 17 people and injuring several others, with some in critical condition. You've lied to the people of London '. More than £2 million has been raised to help those affected by the fire, with more than 60 tonnes of donations collected by one local mosque. Lire la suite »

Russia says it may have killed ISIS leader

The air strike was launched after the Russian forces in Syria received intelligence that a meeting of Islamic State leaders was being planned, the ministry said in a statement posted on its Facebook page. The claim of al-Baghdadi's possible demise also comes almost three years to the day after he declared himself the leader of an Islamic caliphate in Iraq and Syria, from a historic mosque in Mosul. Lire la suite »

It's INDIA vs PAKISTAN in Champions Trophy final

And, just like England was outplayed by Pakistan in the first semifinal, Bangladesh was outclassed by India at Edgbaston . At one for one, there were fears that Bangladesh , who collapsed to 84 all out in a 240-run warm-up thrashing by India last month, were poised for another slump. Lire la suite »

US Senate passes Russian Federation sanctions bill


The sanctions bill, which was an amendment to other legislation targeting Iran for sanctions, passed the upper chamber of Congress by 97-2. The bill, which includes both Russian and Iranian sanctions, now heads to the House that still needs to pass it before heading to President Donald Trump. Lire la suite »

Une voiture pleine de bouteilles de gaz déminée près d'un site Seveso


La voiture, qui compte plusieurs bonbonnes de gaz cachées sous une couverture, se trouve près d'un site classé "Seveso", c'est-à-dire qui exerce une activité industrielle dangereuse. "Les démineurs procèdent actuellement à la levée de doute", a indiqué ce vendredi la préfecture de l'Isère. Les bouteilles extraites "étaient reliées entres elles par un fil", selon cette même source. Lire la suite »

Attorney General Sessions Testifies

The president has accused Comey of lying about those encounters. In one memo, Comey said Trump tried to direct him to drop an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn . He disputed that his involvement in Comey's firing violated the recusal. "There was no good time to do it", Trump said. "And when asked I said that to the president". Lire la suite »

Lions must halt 'monster' Sonny Bill, says Webb

Now's not the time for Warren Gatland to hold his team back, if indeed they are holding back. It was apparent at Eden Park , he said, that Warren Gatland's team had a default setting when the game was in the balance. The Lions forwards were dominant against the Blues but will face an All Blacks tight five against the Crusaders comprising Joe Moody, Owen Franks, Codie Taylor and locks Sam Whitelock and Luke Romano. Lire la suite »

American Airlines testing new airport screening device with US govt


American Airlines announced previous year it was partnering with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to install and test new state of the art CT scanners at one of the their security checkpoints at Phoenix Sky Harbor. A successful test could see the TSA and American deploy CT technology to other locations. The March ban, covering flights from 10 Middle East and North Africa airports to the United States, followed concern that terrorists had devised ways to hide explosives ... Lire la suite »