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US Attorney General to appear before Senate Committee


Comey's recent testimony before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, it is important that I have an opportunity to address these matters in the appropriate forum", he said in a statement. Richard C. Shelby (R-Ala.), chairman of the Appropriations subcommittee on commerce, justice, science and related agencies, and Rep. John Abney Culberson (R-Tex.), chairman of the House Appropriations subcommittee on commerce, justice, science and related agencies. Lire la suite »

Authorities work to identify Notre-Dame hammer-wielding man

Images on social media showed people inside the cathedral with their hands up. A man in Paris attacked police officers with a hammer on Tuesday near Notre Dame Cathedral, and he was shot and wounded by police. A surveillance video obtained by Reuters showed the assailant running up to three police officers in the square outside Notre Dame and attempting to land a blow with the hammer. Lire la suite »

Législatives britanniques : pari perdu pour Theresa May

Avec 318 députés, le Parti conservateur est arrivé en tête du scrutin mais a perdu douze sièges tandis que l'opposition travailliste dispose de 262 députés, selon les résultats définitifs publié après la défaite des conservateurs dans leur bastion de Kensington, ultime affront porté à Theresa May . Lire la suite »

US considers sanctions on North Korea trade allies

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Tuesday. According to the State Department, North Korea got urgently in touch with the United States at the United Nations on June 6 to say that Mr. The North Korean government, on the other hand, says that the poster was stolen "pursuant to the USA government's hostile policy toward (the North), in a bid to impair the unity of its people after entering it as a tourist". Lire la suite »

Mexico snatch dramatic late leveller to deny Portugal victory

CRISTIANO RONALDO failed to appear for the usual post-match interview after being named man-of-the-match for Portugal in their 2-2 draw with Mexico . Host Russia who defeated New Zealand 2-0 in the opening fixture of the tournament lead the group with 3 points. Javier Hernandez is the only player at #ConfedCup 2017 to have scored in a previous edition (scoring three in 2013). Lire la suite »

London fire: Banned building materials suspected in Grenfell Tower

Police Commander Stuart Cundy said the number of 58 is based on reports from the public and may rise. The total death toll in Grenfell fire is feared to reach up to three-figure numbers. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Theresa May has been criticized for her slowness in visiting the victims of the fire - her visits took place more than 48 hours after the fire broke out - and refusal to answer questions about government oversights that might have increased the deadly nature of the blaze. Lire la suite »

Midler, millennial angst scoop Tony Awards

Hamilton , a musical that tells the history of America's founding fathers through hip-hop lyrics and casts African-American and Latino actors in the roles of figures like George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr, won 11 Tony Awards in 2016. Lire la suite »

Corey Stewart promises 'fight will continue' after close GOP primary

The close results shocked many political watchers and shows Trump's enduring appeal among Republican voters in Virginia. Northam dispatched Tom Perriello in a heavily attended primary, vanquishing the former one-term congressman's claim that a big turnout - fueled by his emphasis on national issues and the support of such progressive headliners as Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren - augured a win for his last-minute insurgent candidacy. Lire la suite »

Several injured after vehicle rams people leaving London mosque


He said: "According to eyewitness accounts and videos taken after the incident, it appears that a white man in a van intentionally ploughed into a group of worshippers who were already tending to someone who had been taken ill". The attacker struck as the area was busy with worshippers attending Ramadan night prayers at Finsbury Park mosque. Another witness, who wanted to be identified as Abdulrahman, which is not his real name, told the Press Association: "I managed to get the driver of ... Lire la suite »

Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines launch join maritime patrol


This photograph the Indonesian National Armed Forces on Monday shows (front L to R) Indonesia's military chief Gatot Nurmantyo, Malaysia's armed forces chief Raja Mohamed Affandi, and Philippines' Chief of staff of the armed forces Eduardo Ano, (back L to R) Indonesia's minister of defense Ryamizard Ryacudu, Malaysia's minister of defence Hishammuddin Hussein, and Philippines' Secretary of National Defense Delfin Lorenzana, signing agreements for the "trilateral coordinated maritime patrol" in ... Lire la suite »

With Whole Foods, Amazon on collision course with Wal-Mart


The deal comes after Seattle-based Amazon spent almost a decade trying to find a way into the fresh-food delivery business through various endeavors, without much success. In Seattle it is testing grocery pickup locations where customers order online and then drive through to collect their totes under a protective canopy. Lire la suite »

Dakereon Joyner Picks South Carolina Over NC State


Dakereon Joyner, a four star recruit from Fort Dorchester (North Charleston, S.C.), has chose to say at home for college, selecting SC over North Carolina State during a ceremony Sunday at his school. 196 overall prospect in the 2018 class, the No. 12 athlete and the No. 3 prospect in the state of SC. Joyner split time behind center as a freshman, before stepping into the starting role in 2015 and leading the Patriots to an undefeated state championship season. Lire la suite »

Trump appears to confirm obstruction investigation, attack Rosenstein in morning tweet rant

A White House spokeswoman declined to comment and referred questions to Trump's personal attorney Marc Kasowitz. Trump advisers and confidants describe the president as increasingly angry over the investigation, yelling at television sets in the White House carrying coverage and insisting he is the target of a conspiracy to discredit - and potentially end - his presidency. Lire la suite »

Van strikes worshipers near London mosque

An eyewitness told how he jumped out the way of the van as it struck. The Metropolitan Police said that one man was pronounced dead at the scene and ten others were injured. Abu Hamza, who was the mosque's imam from 1997 to 2003, was later extradited to the United States, where he was convicted of supporting al Qaeda and Taliban terrorists, and sentenced to life in prison in 2015. Lire la suite »

In spite of tweet, lawyer says Trump not under investigation

US President Donald Trump is reportedly so incensed at claims he is being investigated for obstructing justice in the Russian Federation election probe that he has started screaming at television sets in the White House. On the facts we know now , that support nearly certainly not not be forthcoming. The lawyer retorted that Wallace placed words in his mouth when he was crystal clear Trump is not and has not been under investigation . Lire la suite »

Who is Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein?

The special prosecutor has come under fire in recent days by right-wing talk radio hosts and some allies of the president, who have suggested Trump might fire Mueller. "It is my view that fully investigating the facts, circumstances, and rationale for Mr. Comey's removal will provide us the opportunity to do that on a cooperative, bipartisan basis". Lire la suite »

Paris Jackson graces cover of Vogue Australia -- see the image!


Paris Jackson continues to take 2017 by storm. While the model and actor is happy to speak about her spirituality (she studied "Buddhism for about two years before finding Wicca"); her female heroes (Michelle Obama); if she is an idealist or a realist (both); who she would most like to interview dead and alive (John Lennon and Paul McCartney) and who her best friends are (her dog and her big brother [Michael Jr., 20]), requests to elaborate on her famous family are a no-no. Lire la suite »

Afghan soldier injures 7 United States troops in northern province

Six U.S. troops have been killed by hostile fire in Afghanistan so far in 2017. A spokesman for the Taliban militant group praised the attack but did not claim responsibility. "One Afghan soldier was killed and one was wounded in the incident". He said that an investigation was ongoing into the circumstances of the attack. Lire la suite »

President Trump not under investigation in Russia probe

A member of President Trump's legal team said Sunday that the president is not under investigation by the special counsel looking into Russia's election-year meddling, contradicting Trump's assertion in a Friday morning tweet that he is a subject of the widening inquiry. Lire la suite »

Gingrich: Can't Relax With Dem Donors on Mueller's Hiring List

Scarborough posted several tweets of his own, condemning Gingrich for his blatant suggestion that Mueller was in some way involved in a shadowy conspiracy against President Trump. Now they're talking about obstruction, going and looking at financial files'. "I didn't think at the moment he was going to win". Under oath, Comey accused Trump of lying about how he handled his exit from the bureau, while also claiming the president "defamed" him on the way out. Lire la suite »

A van attack kills one outside London mosque

A van struck several worshippers leaving the Finsbury Park mosque early Monday morning after Ramadan prayers. Police said the 48-year-old man who was driving the vehicle has been arrested and taken to a hospital as a precaution. The Finsbury Park Mosque gained notoriety more than a decade ago for sermons by radical cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri, who was sentenced to life in a USA prison in January 2015 for his conviction on terrorism-related charges. Lire la suite »

Protests continue in part of "Father's Day for Philando"

Mr Castile's mother spoke to the media after the acquittal , expressing anger and sorrow with the verdict. Ellison said in a statement the jury's verdict "re-opens old wounds, on top of the scars from past injustices that make so many Black Americans feel that their lives don't matter". Lire la suite »

Finally, Britain kicks off Brexit negotiations with EU

European Union negotiator Michel Barnier said the negotiations which should lead to a breakup by March 2019 "must first tackle the uncertainties caused by Brexit - first for citizens, but also for the beneficiaries of the European Union policies and for the impact on borders, in particular Ireland". Lire la suite »