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Israël : une policière poignardée, trois assaillants "neutralisés"

Ils venaient de mener des attaques contre des policiers près de la porte de Damas, en bordure de la vieille-ville de Jérusalem, précisent les forces de sécurité. La police israélienne se tient autour du corps d'un assaillant palestinien, à Jérusalem le 16 juin 2017. La Cisjordanie est un territoire palestinien occupé par l'armée israélienne depuis cinquante ans. Lire la suite »

Rep. Scalise remains in critical condition after surgery

Sava said Scalise will require surgeries soon for abdominal and bone injuries, in addition to the two he has undergone to fix a bone in his leg broken by the bullet. Investigators said they were also combing through a computer, cell phone and camera found in the shooter's white van, which he'd been living out of near the Eugene Simpson Stadium Park in Alexandria, where the congressional teams practiced. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump lashes out at 'bad,' 'conflicted' Russia investigators

Trump wasn't under investigation personally prior to Comey's firing on May 9. The Washington Post first reported Wednesday that Mueller's probe was widening to include looking into whether Trump obstructed justice. He said that as head of the executive branch of government, Trump has "prosecutorial discretion " to end an investigation. The transition official said the organization has also separately asked the General Services Administration to preserve records from the Trump ... Lire la suite »

Congressman Shot Is Still in Critical Condition But 'Excellent Recovery' Possible

Mr Scalise underwent a third bout of surgery on Thursday, 24 hours after he was wounded in a shooting involving lone gunman James Hodgkinson . Five people were hospitalized, including the suspect and Scalise, when a shooter opened fire on the field where about 25 GOP members of Congress were practicing for a game against their Democratic colleagues scheduled for Thursday. Lire la suite »

Afghan air freight corridor to open soon


Trade between India and Afghanistan is hamstrung by Pakistan's consistent refusal to allow any transit rights. While India imports fresh fruits, raisins, vegetables, oil seeds and precious stones from Afghanistan, Indian exports to Kabul include man-made staple fibres, cereals, electrical goods, dairy produce, eggs and pharmaceuticals. Lire la suite »

Civilian killed in forces' firing during stone pelting in JK

Train services between Baramulla and Bannihal towns were suspended. Some parts of North Kashmir's Bandipora district observed a complete shutdown against the killing of a youth in Indian Forces firing in Srinagar city. Top Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) commander, Junaid Mattoo and his associate were killed in a gunfight with security forces in Anantnag district. One civilian was killed on Thursday in Srinagar's Rangreth area after Sashastra Sema Bal (SSB) personnel allegedly opened fire to ... Lire la suite »

David Davis says Brexit talks could face delays

The FT, citing anonymous officials, said Davis would offer to guarantee the rights that European Union citizens now have in Britain, such as the freedom to move and work in the country, and aim to treat them "as fairly as they have been to this point". Lire la suite »

South Korea Launches Military Drills on Disputed Liancourt Rocks Islands


The Navy announced on June 15, 2017, that it will hold a two-day regular drill in defense of Dokdo starting the same day, mobilizing a destroyer, fighter jets and a patrol plane. Every year Japan has strongly opposed the exercise, and in March, its foreign minister Fumio Kishida lashed out against the drills calling them regrettable and unacceptable. Lire la suite »

23 alleged gang members arrested in 3 states in crime case


The indictment charges Ernesto Manuel Gonzalez on murder charges in the the September 23, 2011 killing of a member of the rival Hells Angels gang at the Nugget Hotel and Casino in Sparks, Nevada. The indictment says that the Vagos OMG is a highly organized criminal organization with a hierarchical chain of command. The investigation has brought together multiple local and federal law enforcement agencies. Lire la suite »

Democrats and Republicans play charity ballgame, honor wounded colleague

US President Donald Trump said Thursday that Republican congressman Steve Scalise is in worse condition than initially believed. Four miles north of the Capitol, Scalise, 51, lay in critical condition at Medstar Washington Hospital Center with a rifle wound in his left hip that shattered bones, damaged organs and caused severe bleeding. Lire la suite »

Trump submits financial information detailing trust assets

The filings reflect the president's investments, assets, income , liabilities and other holdings from January 2016 to April 2017. Mr. Trump also earned about $11 million from the Miss Universe pageant. The latest disclosure puts the fees at $380,000, up from $167,000 he reported in 2016. Trump is partnering with a billionaire Indonesian, Hary Tanoesoedibjo, on the two ventures. Lire la suite »

Can Donald Trump fire Robert Mueller?

Ruddy did not immediately respond to questions seeking clarification. Under current Justice Department regulations, firing Mueller would have to be done by deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, not the president- though those regulations could theoretically be set aside. Lire la suite »

Stephen Colbert Commends Donald Trump On Reaction To Virginia Shooting


Thank you for that". "Once again, we're all shocked in mind and soul by a mass shooting, this time targeting, apparently, Republican congressmen, and I pray to God that everyone pulls through", Colbert said . "That's something that is lacking in American politics...politicians showing, from both sides of the aisle, that they are friends". "That's one of the things that we're seeing less and less of in society today, it feels like". Lire la suite »

Lead surgeon: US congressman Scalise showing improvement after being shot

House Speaker Paul Ryan , House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi , Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer introduced Thursday's game. Though, the postgame scene became one of unity and camaraderie as the Democrats presented the trophy to Scalise, who is still in critical condition after the attack. Lire la suite »

Gillespie wins GOP nomination in governor's race


Former Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie had been expected to cruise to an easy win. She was anxious that Stewart would doom the GOP's chances in November if he won the nomination . Northam had the support of the state Democratic Party's core constituencies, including teachers groups and African-American political and religious leaders. Lire la suite »

Trump transition team ordered to save materials on Russia, Ukraine

Gen Michael Flynn , who served briefly as National Security Adviser; and Carter Page , who had served as an informal adviser to the campaign. In another development, members of Trump's transition team that served him after he was elected in November until he took office in January have been ordered to preserve materials related to the Russian Federation matter, the New York Times reported. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump tweets surprising suggestion about firing of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director

A person close to Trump's legal team said earlier Tuesday that there have been no discussions about firing Mueller with the legal team. I know Bob Mueller. The latest White House crisis struck on the evening of Trump's 71st birthday, after a day in which he had won plaudits for his handling of the shooting of Republican Congressman Steve Scalise. Lire la suite »

Possible Assassination List of GOP Lawmakers Found on Scalise Shooter's Body

The list of names included Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks, South Carolina Rep. Jeff Duncan and Arizona Rep. Trent Franks, TheDC has confirmed . The man who shot a congressman and four other people had apparently volunteered for Bernie Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign, the Vermont senator said before assailing violence as "unacceptable in our society". Lire la suite »

Tillerson tells China to 'step up' on North Korea


China can not use its economic power to dodge its global responsibilities in the South China Sea and in deterring North Korea, United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned on Monday (June 5). Also on Monday, the governments of the US and Australia reaffirmed their commitment to the freedom of navigation in the South China Sea. China claims almost all of the South China Sea, despite partial counter-claims from Taiwan and several Southeast Asian nations including the ... Lire la suite »

U.S. to Send 4000 Additional Troops to Afghanistan

In an effort to prevent a full-out combat mission and to stress the advisory role of the USA military presence, the Obama administration placed very specific limits on the number of troops sent to Iraq . Mattis added that additional USA troops would provide air and artillery support to Afghan forces, who have seen 5,000 killed in 2016 alone. Several NATO nations, including the United Kingdom, have reportedly been considering adding additional forces to Afghanistan, though none have ... Lire la suite »

Erin Hills didn't put up much of a fight in US Open

Fowler tees off in the afternoon. And it looked like it was about to happen to Casey , who began the day one shot out of the lead after shooting a 6-under-par 66 on Thursday. But while Casey was relieved after his gutsy fightback, two of the world's top three players - McIlroy and Day - were left contemplating a missed cut. Lire la suite »

GOP senators to get glimpse of leadership's health care ideas


But even as senators headed toward the make-or-break vote before the Fourth of July, deep uncertainty remained about whether the emerging legislation would command enough support to pass. "All of these discussions are intense", Hatch said. At this point, one GOP aide said it's time for the conference to make some tough decisions. The House GOP bill would permit states to opt out of both provisions, sparking harsh criticism that Republicans are backtracking on their promise to protect ... Lire la suite »