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Trump's job approval rating drops to 36%


Fifty-seven percent now disapprove. It should be noted, an Associated Press/NORC poll last week found Trump to have a 35% approval rating, with a 64% disapproval. Previously, Trump's lowest rating in the poll was 39 percent, which he hit all the way back in February. In addition, the television network said its poll showed Trump losing support among Republicans. Lire la suite »

Varadkar: Tory-DUP deal not threat to Good Friday Agreement

Mr Coveney said he would highlight the particular issues facing Northern Ireland - in regard to the peace process and cross-border movement - when he met the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier in Luxembourg on Tuesday. "As we take another step forward in the tackling the great issues that face us today, that face Europe and Northern Ireland, and the British and Irish relationship", he said. Lire la suite »

Finsbury Park terror suspect Darren Osborne is 'not a racist', says family


A woman living next door to the property being searched told an AFP photographer her neighbour was Osborne, without linking him directly to the attack. It was the third attack in London since March and the second using a vehicle as a deadly weapon. It said its prayers are with the victims. Mohammed Kozbar, chairman of the Finsbury Park Mosque, described the attack as "cowardly". Lire la suite »

Ram Kovind resigns as Bihar Governor

President Amit Shah on Monday announced Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind would be the government's candidate for the country's top post. With the TRS (2%), AIADMK (5.39%), BJD (2.99%) and YSR Congress (1.53%) already pledging support to the NDA candidate, this goes up to 60.84%. Lire la suite »

Eritrea sides with Saudi and allies over row with Qatar

Erdoğan rejected accusations that Qatar supported terrorism, arguing that the country had been a staunch opponent of ISIL. Turkey assumed responsibility for mediation in order to resolve the crisis as the country is co-chair of Islamic Cooperation Organization summit, the minister noted. Lire la suite »

Man Stabbed To Death After Threesome


A man in NY was stabbed to death on June 19 after allegedly participating in a threesome . A threesome spiraled into an orgy of violence involving bats and knives when one of the participants began filming, police have said . Police sources said cops had found no evidence the encounter was anything but consensual. They stabbed him three times and left him to bleed out. While the woman allegedly tried to warn her partner he was in danger, it may have been too late. Lire la suite »

Basketball diplomacy in North Korea as USA student is released


At 10:42 p.m., the ambulances drove away. In a tearful statement made before his trial, Warmbier told a gathering of reporters in Pyongyang he was offered a used auto worth $10,000 if he could get a propaganda banner and was also told that if he was detained and didn't return, $200,000 would be paid to his mother in the form of a charitable donation. Lire la suite »

Gartner names Microsoft Azure as a leader in the Cloud IaaS MQ


While the purchase avoids antitrust infringements, the loss of 91,000 seats will still undoubtedly be felt by Microsoft as it cedes another big name client to its biggest rival in cloud computing and raises the question of how Microsoft will combat the move? "We estimate that in the second half of this year, Microsoft's Commercial Cloud segment could surpass AWS in absolute revenue, becoming the largest public cloud platform for the first time in 10 years and firmly marking its ... Lire la suite »

Move over spring, summer has arrived with sunny skies and warm temperatures


Lows in the mid 50s. Winds may gust as high as 22 miles per hour. THURSDAY: Partly cloudy skies and a few rain showers and thunderstorms develop, with a warm high temperature of 86 degrees. Then we have a good amount of sunshine during the middle of the day with scattered showers, and a possible isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 30 percent. Lire la suite »

On trump sued for violation of the Constitution

The government also said Trump hotel revenue does not fit the definition of an improper payment under the constitution. Trump has broken many promises to keep separate his public duties and private business interests, according to the two, citing Eric Trump's remarks that his father would continue to receive regular updates about his company's financial health in the White House . Lire la suite »

Incendie de forêt au Portugal : un Français décédé


Cinq sont dans un état grave, un enfant et quatre pompiers. La police judiciaire a 'réussi à déterminer qu'un orage sec est à l'origine de l'incendie', écartant la piste criminelle après avoir trouvé un arbre frappé par la foudre. "Beaucoup de voitures n'ont pas pu s'échapper, et les gens sont morts carbonisés à l'intérieur de leurs voitures", a dit Jorge Gomes, secrétaire d'État portugais à l'administration interne. Lire la suite »

New ads target 5 GOP senators on healthcare

Schumer is making public his "dismay" at Republicans' closed-door negotiations on the health care bill by inviting all senators to an open meeting on health care in the Old Senate Chamber next week. Even many Republicans are being kept in the dark said Sanders, noting that this tactic underscores issues with the bill that Republicans would have difficulty defending, such as cutting Medicaid in favor of giving tax breaks to the wealthiest Americans. Lire la suite »

President Trump Tightens Rules on Americans Traveling to Cuba and More


President Trump's aides say that Mr. Hussein Obama's easing of USA restrictions has done nothing to advance political freedoms in Cuba, while benefiting the Cuban government financially. On the other hand, airlines such as JetBlue have refrained from commenting in detail on the policy until they have a chance to fully review it after Trump releases a revised policy, Friday. Lire la suite »

Egypt army says 12 militants killed in North Sinai


Egyptian military airstrikes killed 12 militants loyal to the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group in Egypt's North Sinai province bordering Israel and the Gaza Strip, the military spokesman said in a statement on Tuesday. The military claims to kill hundreds of militants in the area each year, although it rarely offers proof and journalists and non-residents are banned from the area. Lire la suite »

Brexit talks to focus 1st on orderly exit

Both men said they had spent a great deal of time discussing the question of Northern Ireland where all parties seek to uphold the free border. Instead, trade talks will only begin once the European Union 27 decide enough progress has been made on the other issues. Lire la suite »

Adele visits Grenfell Tower firefighters and offers 'tea and a cuddle'


Adele has visited a London fire station to offer "tea and a cuddle" to firefighters who battled the Grenfell Tower blaze. Mr Cundy said the death toll may still change, but not as significantly as in recent days. A minute's silence was held across Britain at 1000 GMT to honour the victims of the fire - a painfully familiar ritual after the country has been hit by three deadly attacks by Islamist extremists in London and Manchester since March. Lire la suite »

Congressional shooter carried list of Republican lawmakers


The rifle-wielding 66-year-old, who died during the attack, had a history of anger aimed at Republican officials. Sava earlier said the Louisiana congressman had been at "imminent risk of death" when he was first brought into the hospital on Wednesday, and he received many units of transfused blood. Lire la suite »

Températures record dans l'Ouest, "chaleur intense" attendue mercredi (Météo France) — Canicule


Lundi, les températures ont atteint 39 °C dans les Landes, 38 °C à Biarritz, 36,5 °C à Nantes et Bordeaux . Des records nocturnes battus . Le record a aussi été battu à Poitiers avec 22,8°. La vigilance orange s'étend désormais aux départements du nord et de l'est. (1) "Peut-être, mais la présence d'un voile nuageux devrait éviter une envolée des températures", estime Bernard Saliou. Lire la suite »

Police say Muslim girl's killing near Virginia mosque not hate crime

The Fairfax County Police Department (FCPD) announced a murder charge against Darwin Martinez Torres yesterday (June 18) for allegedly killing 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen . Fairfax County Police Department spokesperson Tawny Wright suggested there was not now evidence the attack was a hate crime . They arrested Torres during the search after noticing him driving suspiciously and allegedly finding several items of evidence in his vehicle, police said. Lire la suite »