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Jean-François Jalkh, un négationniste à la tête du Front national

Dans un passage, alors qu'il est interrogé sur des thèses négationnistes ou révisionnistes, le nouveau chef du FN explique se " poser un certain nombre de questions", notamment au sujet de l'utilisation du Zyklon B, un pesticide à base d'acide utilisé par les nazis dans des chambres à gaz durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Read More »

Trump vows to fight anti-Semitism in forceful speech at Holocaust museum ceremony

Holocaust Memorial Museum's National Days of Remembrance on Tuesday. The president, flanked by Israel's ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer - a US-born former Republican operative close to USA conservatives - vowed to protect the Jewish people in the United States and overseas and criticized those who deny that the mechanized murder of 6 million Jews ever happened. Read More »

THAAD equipments arrive in Seongju, Korea for assembly and environmental test


The United States may need to strengthen its missile defences, particularly in Hawaii, given the advancing threat from North Korea's missile and nuclear weapons programs, the top USA commander in the Pacific told Congress on Wednesday. It launched a missile one day after the 105th birthday of late founder Kim Il Sung on April 15. In the meantime, the USS Michigan, a nuclear-powered submarine, arrived Tuesday at the South Korean port of Busan for what was described as a routine visit to ... Read More »

Hong Kong arrests 2 disqualified lawmakers over oath fracas


As they left the police station after being questioned for most of the day, the two disqualified legislators, Yau Wai-ching, 25, and Baggio Leung, 30, told reporters they did not regret their actions. Despite being elected by the public in local elections, the pair were never allowed to take up their seats after protesting at their swearing-in ceremony last October. Read More »

Berkeley reverses course on Ann Coulter speech


They say they'll sue the university at 5 p.m. Friday if Coulter doesn't get her original speaking date. Coulter was invited to speak by the campus Republicans on the topic of illegal immigration, the AP reports . Coulter has promised to speak on campus on the originally scheduled date. The University of California-Berkeley cancelled an appearance next week by conservative flame thrower Ann Coulter , after the left-leaning campus couldn't guarantee her safety. Read More »

Affrontements sanglants entre l'opposition et le président Maduro — Venezuela

L'opposition a convoqué pour samedi une " marche du silence ", lors de laquelle les protestataires se dirigeront vers les sièges de l'épiscopat vénézuélien dans tout le pays, et pour lundi un "blocage national" des routes. Et le secrétaire général des Nations unis, Antonio Guterres a lui aussi demandé que "tous les efforts soient faits pour réduire les tensions et empêcher les nouveaux affrontements" dans le pays qui a déjà connu, rappelle-t-on, une vague de protestations en 2014 qui avait ... Read More »

Bamba Fall libre aujourd'hui ou demain au plus tard, (avocat) — Rebeuss


Le maire de la Médina, Bamba Fall, et ses coinculpés vont être finalement libérés ce lundi (si les diligences sont effectuées) ou au plus tard demain mardi. " De toute façon , dans notre système judiciaire, ceux qui sont au Parquet ne sont pas des magistrats du siège, ils sont des magistrats du Parquet et ils dépendent de l'Exécutif ", avance Me Diagne. Read More »

"Rien n'est jamais gagné" — Macron

La campagne a repris dès le lendemain du 1er tour. "Ils se mettront de fait en dehors de notre famille", a-t-il poursuivi. Après le cuisant échec de leur candidat Benoît Hamon (6,35 % des voix), aboutissement de querelles intestines, les socialistes redoutent d'être laminés en juin. Read More »

" "Le vote de Fillon pour Macron, une " trahison " juge Le Pen


Le sondage Ipsos-Sopra Steria a été réalisé ce dimanche à partir de 20h15 auprès de 2.024 personnes inscrites sur les listes électorales, constituant un échantillon national représentatif de la population française âgée de 18 ans et plus. Marie-Caroline Le Pen et Pierrette Lalanne, la sœur aînée et la mère de Marine Le Pen! C'est la raison de la décision qu'elle a annoncée ce lundi soir à la télévision. Read More »

Showers and Storms Ramp Up Today, Heavy Rain Possible

Saturday and Sunday could see moderate to heavy rainfall with temperatures in the mid-50s to low 60s Saturday and rising to the mid-60s the next day, Krein said. These storms will feature periodic heavy rain and frequent lightning that will likely create some headaches on roadways for your morning commute, so please plan accordingly. Read More »

Two men executed in Arkansas on same gurney, hours apart

Several other states have similar policies. Two other drug companies, Fresenius Kabi USA and West-Ward Pharmaceuticals, filed a brief in the inmates' lawsuit arguing contracts prohibit their products from being used in executions. "There are no words that could fully express my remorse for the pain that I caused". The first of the rushed executions took place last week with the death of Ledell Lee, sentenced to death. Read More »

North Korea conducts massive artillery drill on military anniversary


Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe previously characterized North Korea's nuclear capabilities as an "extremely serious threat" and said Japan, which participated in drills on Sunday with the U.S. In the call with Xi, "the two leaders reaffirmed the urgency of the threat posed by North Korea's missile and nuclear programs, and committed to strengthen coordination in achieving the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula", it added. Read More »

Turkish court rejects opposition bid to appeal referendum

Membership for Turkey in the EU seems nearly unrealistic, given the degree of political bickering between its government and certain European capitals, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said last month. Last Sunday, Turks voted to scrap the post of prime minister and concentrate power exclusively in the hands of the country's president. The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)'s decision to reopen a political monitoring process against Turkey following the April 16 ... Read More »

Cotton Organizations Praise Perdue Confirmation

At the North American Agricultural Journalists meeting, Starling said Trump recognizes the hard work and low profit margins of modern agriculture. The former Georgia governor has broad support from agricultural interests, and enjoyed a friendly confirmation hearing before the senate agriculture committee. Read More »

Future technologies will reshape geopolitics: Vice President Hamid Ansari


The two countries acknowledged that connectivity is a vital aspect of their ties. During the talks, Ansari stressed that there can not be bad or good terrorism. In reply to a question about peaceful use of space, Joint Secretary Eurasia G.V Srinivas said, India will help Armenia in building satellites, training them in the field and also help in remote sensing data. Read More »

Obama avoids Trump on return to public life

While there are a number of issues he cares about, Obama said, he hopes to help inspire the younger generation to get more involved in civic engagement. It has to do with the fact that ... our parties have moved further and further apart and it's harder and harder to find common ground because of money and politics. Read More »

Iraqi forces retake large Mosul district from Daesh


Saadi said the fighting in Tenek was fierce and lasted a full week. With food and water becoming scarcer in parts of Mosul still under IS control, up to half a million people are believed to be trapped there, including 400,000 in the Old City alone, according to United Nations estimate. Read More »

Australia visa cut to hit Indian IT workers

The scheme will be replaced by two temporary visas that will impose tougher English language tests, stricter labour market testing, at least two years of work experience and a mandatory police check. These will come in a two categories, a two-year visa and a four-year one with more stringent requirements. Echoing US President Donald Trump's crackdown, Turnbull said the new regime "will be manifestly, rigorously, resolutely conducted in the national interest to put Australians and ... Read More »

Trade minister courts China for softwood as USA announces duties


U.S. President Donald Trump has recently criticized Canada's lumber and dairy policies and threatened to scrap the North American Free Trade Agreement. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said U.S. The trade dispute arose as Canada moved to limit the ability of American farmers to sell ultra-filtered milk across the border. Read More »

Here's $83 Million Worth of Aston Martins Drifting and Doing Donuts


The site is where Aston Martin will build its DBX starting in 2019. The first two are revealed to be the AM-RB 001 concept that will become the Valkyrie production vehicle and the DBX SUV concept, but the full removal of the third sheet is stopped short by the "boss" Andy Palmer arriving, with only a portion of the headlight revealed. Read More »

Justice Stephen Breyer's cellphone rings in court


The unwanted interruption came at the start of Tuesday's arguments, according to multiple reports. Electronic devices are barred from the courtroom where the U.S. Katyal was scheduled to appear on behalf of drug-maker Bristol-Meyers Squibb, which has challenged a California court ruling that made it easier for residents of other states to join class-action suits. Read More »

North Korea live-fire drill on army anniversary, South Korea confirms

Yonhap News reported that Kim attended North Korea's largest-ever live-fire artillery exercise east of Pyongyang, prompting South Korea's defence ministry to monitor developments in the area. "North Korea is a big world problem and it's a problem that we have to finally solve", he said. McCain said Trump is "exploring all options" on North Korea. Read More »

Rep. MacArthur Has Gone Rogue In Health Law Negotiations, Fellow Moderates Accuse


Representative Steve Chabot of OH said everyone is proceeding quietly so that nothing happens "to blow everything up". John McCain, R-Ariz., said that failing to do so is the GOP's fault. House conservatives seem to be coalescing behind a health plan that includes waivers that allow states to opt out of major regulations related to " essential health benefits " mandated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), and that permit insurance companies to charge higher premiums for ... Read More »