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En Marche! rebaptisé La République en marche! en vue des législatives

Et pourtant, point par point, sa démonstration de jeudi conduit tout droit au résultat inverse: c'est d'un ministre de droite dont a besoin le nouveau président de la République. Parmi ceux dont la candidature a été rejetée: l'ancien premier ministre Manuel Valls , qui a déjà été élu à trois reprises. "Plusieurs dizaines de MoDem ont été retenus et dans des circos gagnables", relève un second. Read More »

PM could win Commons majority of 48 based on local election analysis

I've never known an opposition campaign like Labour's in this general election - and I doubt anyone alive has either. That's because many of those who are sceptical about his leadership say there is no obvious mechanism to remove him - and he would use any evidence of a plot to excuse a bad general election result. Read More »

Teri Vance: Celebrate Mother's Day any way you want

While you may not need a particular day to showcase your love for mom this Sunday you can make her feel special by telling her how much you love her. Carlene Braun brought out the competitive side when we caught up with her on the sidelines. Following a similar method followed by the character in her book, Lepucki called for women to share photos of their moms before they became moms on social media. Read More »

Israel's cabinet submits bill to declare 'Jewish nation state'

The Nationality Law was approved by the Ministerial Law Committee on Sunday, 11 Iyar. Following the preliminary vote by the Knesset plenum, which is scheduled for Wednesday, the bill will be combined with a Justice Ministry version. They say the 1948 Declaration of Independence has already proclaimed a Jewish state. On May 3, Abbas met with Trump at White House and expressed his optimism to the possibility of Trump's success to reach a historic peace treaty between Israel and the ... Read More »

Labour's Tom Watson warns of dangers of large majority for Theresa May


While he said the party was committed to pursuing disarmament and had a policy of "no first use" of nuclear weapons, he would "do everything necessary to protect the safety and security of our people and our country ". Mrs May mocked shadow chancellor John McDonnell as a "maybe, maybe not, Marxist" and said that "proud and patriotic" traditional Labour voters were "appalled" by the far-left policies which he and Mr Corbyn had put into the party's manifesto. Read More »

Chibok Girls' Release: PPA Chieftain Hails Buhari, Others


A statement from the Nigerian presidency said that the trip was for "follow-up medical consultation" and that the "length of the president's stay in London will be determined by the doctors". He also thanked the security agencies, all the non-profit organizations, including the Red Cross, and local authorities who he said were key in the negotiations that culminated in the girls' freedom. Read More »

Of the 48 affected NHS England hospitals, six remain unoperational

Across the United States federal government, about 90 per cent of all spending on cyber programs is dedicated to offensive efforts, including penetrating the computer systems of adversaries, listening to communications and developing the means to disable or degrade infrastructure, senior intelligence officials told Reuters in March. Read More »

Auburn eliminates Kentucky from SEC Softball Tournament


Walker had been shaky in his last three starts with 15 runs allowed over 11.2 innings, but you couldn't tell against Auburn (32-21, 14-13 SEC). Auburn had only three hits against United Kingdom pitcher Erin Rethlake, but one of them was a two-run homer by Kendall Veach in the sixth inning. Read More »

Abbas Meets Trump Amid Calls to Stop Palestinian Terror Payments


President Donald Trump confidently predicted that a Middle East peace agreement was within grasp Wednesday, as he hosted Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas at the White House . And Trump does appear to be stalling on his stated intention to move the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, which the Palestinians fervently oppose. Read More »

One of nation's oldest veterans honored on 111th birthday


When he was 34, Richard Overton joined the Army. Overton received many gifts, including an autographed football from the University of Texas, ABC News reported . He gives credit to God for his longevity and continues to attend church, but he's got a few tricks up his sleeve, too. Twitter users in his community and from far beyond it shared their appreciation and good wishes with Overton to mark his special day. Read More »

L'Espérance Tunis trop forte pour Vita Club — LDC


Et c'est Khenissi qui transforme un penalty et donne l'avantage aux Tunisiens à la pause. Les Sangs et Or se sont repris en main suite à ce but et Coulibaly a égalisé la marque dès la 20ème minute de jeu. Il fallait alors attendre la 87ème minute pour voir Anis Badri inscrire le troisième et dernier but espérantiste . Grâce à cette victoire, l'EST engrange ses trois premiers points et prend la tête du groupe C en attendant la confrontation entre Mamelodie Sundowns d'Afrique du Sud et ... Read More »

Palestinian West Bank local elections a test for Fatah party

Tribal loyalties often trump party affiliation at the local level, but Saturday's vote is also seen as a test for the embattled, nepotism-tainted Fatah party of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Fatah are accusing Hamas of undermining the Palestinian democratic process and stifling democracy by refusing to hold elections in Gaza. Subsequent efforts to hold the polls in both territories simultaneously were unsuccessful as the two parties failed to bridge their differences. Read More »

Ismail Haniya, Hamas new political leader

Between 2000 until 2005 during the Second Intifada, he became a member of the Palestinian Supreme Committee for Dialogue, and a representative of Hamas in the Supreme Follow-up Committee of the Palestinian National and Islamic movements. Hamas in its new document agrees to a transitional Palestinian state within frontiers pre-dating the 1967 Middle East war but continues to refuse to recognise a right for Israel to exist and backs an armed struggle, while Abbas recognises Israel and seeks a ... Read More »

Despite warnings on Flynn, Trump dismisses Russian collusion


Hours before Monday's Senate hearing, Mr Trump insinuated that Ms Yates, an Obama administration appointment, had leaked information on Mr Flynn to the media. Trump has said he has no ties to Russian Federation and isn't aware of any involvement by his aides in Moscow's interference in the election. "Appointed by the Obama administration and a strong supporter of Clinton", Spicer responded. Read More »

Syrian army regains control of airport in northern Syria from Islamic State


Syria's army is just one of the forces battling IS in the country. As the militants lose more territory, they have been resorting to more hit-and-run attacks that deploy suicide bombers from vast rural areas where they have taken shelter. Special forces from the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), made up of an alliance of Arab and Kurdish fighters, inspect the Tabqa dam on Saturday after it had been recaptured earlier this week along with the adjacent city. Read More »

Six NHS trusts yet to return to normal after cyber attack

Patients of the state-funded country-wide service are facing days of chaos as appointments and surgeries were cancelled after nearly 45 NHS organisations from London to Scotland were hit in the "ransomware" attack on Friday. In Brazil, the social security system had to disconnect its computers and cancel public access. Among the specific actions recommended by the authority are backing up data on a platform separate from current backup systems, as well as installing all anti-virus, ... Read More »

Israel Threatens to Legalize Apartheid, Opens Debate on Becoming Solely Jewish State

Hebrew and Arabic are both Israel's national languages, but the bill states that Hebrew would be the lone national language. "The danger in this law in that is establishes two classes of citizen - Jewish and Arab", he said. Palestinian children sit on a road during clashes with Israeli forces following a weekly demonstration against the occupation of Palestinian lands by Israel in the village of Kfar Qaddum, near Nablus, in the occupied West Bank, April 14, 2017. Read More »

Israeli ministers move to demote Arabic language

Hebrew and Arabic are Israel's current official languages. The bill also would make Hebrew the country's official language and designate Arabic as having special status, requiring all government services to be available also in Arabic. Zionist Union Minister Erel Margalit, a contender for the leadership of his party, said that the bill was "reminiscent of dark periods" in history. Read More »

Head of Islamic State in Afghanistan killed

Abdul Hasib died in a joint Afghan-U.S. operation in Nangarhar province April 27, Reuters reported . It is the second time in nine months that the USA and Afghan forces have killed the leader of ISIS Khorasan Province, also known as ISIS Khorasan or ISIS-K. Read More »

Mustafi says Champions League still in Gunners' sights


The Gunners have won their last two matches 2-0 and the north London side have made four changes to the team that bested Southampton in midweek. "You look at the likes of N'Golo Kante and it's a shame that Arsenal were unable to bring him to the club as he's an example of a type of player many believe that Arsenal could benefit from". Read More »

Mormons to pull thousands of teens from Boy Scouts of America


Church spokesman Eric Hawkins said Thursday 185,000 teenagers ages 14-18 will no longer participate in the Boy Scouts starting next year. Approximately 330,000 Mormon youths are served by the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts program. It called the admission of openly gay leaders "inconsistent with the doctrines of the Church". Still, the move marks a significant shift for a church that has always been interwoven with the youth institution - so interwoven that The Associated Press reports the ... Read More »

Parents demonstrate outside bullied boy's school


According to the Cincinnati Enquirer , Gabriel's mother, Cornelia Reynolds, took him to the hospital for vomiting that evening and kept him home the next day. In an email, the detective told school administrators he noticed an incident in a school bathroom before the boy died. The school district said it released the video reviewed by the detective in "an effort to be completely transparent". Read More »