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Syria military says it seized Damascus suburb


The activist-run Raqqa Being Slaughtered Silently group said the public markets in Raqqa have been closed, suspecting it is because of how close the clashes have come to the city. Hundreds of rebels and their families had been evacuated this week from the adjacent Barza district after rebels there chose to lay down their arms and leave to rebel-held Idlib province. Lire la suite »

China's Xi says Silk Road plan boosts finance, security ties

India on Sunday skipped the opening ceremony of China's Belt and Road Forum following sovereignty concerns over the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). "This has generated a lot of concern", the source said. An global gathering on the Belt and Road Initiative is scheduled to take place in Beijing on Sunday and Monday to delve into possible solutions to the challenges facing the world. Lire la suite »

Commencement Speech By No. 2 Senate Republican Canceled


We see that universities are learning from that incident! Acting FBI Director James McCabe and Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Texas) are among at least four candidates interviewing Saturday to serve as the FBI's permanent director, a source told The Hill .Alice Fisher, a former assistant attorney general, and Judge Michael J. Lire la suite »

Now, Sally Yates says she had warned White House against Flynn


Yates , who was testifying at a Senate Judiciary subcommittee hearing on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, said she first warned the White House of the Department of Justice's concerns on January 26. After the hearing Monday, Trump claimed in a tweet that Yates said "nothing but old news". Spicer said that if Obama "was seriously concerned" about Flynn's connections to Russian Federation or other foreign countries, he should have withheld Flynn's security clearance. Lire la suite »

SKorea: Rival N.Korea launches possible ballistic missile

Calling the behavior "absolutely unacceptable", Abe said further provocation by North Korea is expected and Japan will continue to work with the United States and South Korea to do all it can to ensure the public's safety. "Despite strong warning from the worldwide community, North Korea launched a ballistic missile again", Abe said, adding "This is totally unacceptable and we strongly protest it". Lire la suite »

8-year-old boy said he had fainted, school says

A Cincinnati police homicide detective investigating Gabriel's death looked at the video almost a week later and wrote a February 3 report to Cincinnati Public Schools officials recounting the assault. "She also contacted Gabriel's mother and asked her to pick him up and take him to the hospital to be checked out", the district said in a statement. "At no point did Gabriel indicate that he had been hit, yanked, pulled, pushed or assaulted in any way", school officials said in their ... Lire la suite »

China Calls for Further Cooperation with Spain

Sta. Romana underscored the importance of convergence between the Philippine agenda, which includes the President's 10-Point Agenda and its economic priorities, and the Belt and Road Initiative . Some of China's most reliable allies and partners will attend the forum, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen and Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev. Lire la suite »

Two dead, including suspect in Dallas-area college shooting, police say


The Irving Police Department had described the suspected gunman as a white male wearing an orange tank top and sporting a "buzz" hair cut. It is one of seven colleges in the Dallas County Community College District. Groups of students were seen running for safety in earlier video clips with several police vehicles on campus. The school northwest of Dallas was closed for the rest of the day and will remain closed Thursday. Lire la suite »

Microsoft releases WannaCrypt patch for Windows XP, Server 2003

The attackers claim they "guarantee" that all data will be restored safely if the ransom is paid. Companies rushed to protect Windows systems with patches that Microsoft released last month and on Friday. That number is likely to go up, Gazeley said. "Considering that this attack seems targeted, it might have been either through a vulnerability in the network defences or a very well-crafted spear phishing attack". Lire la suite »

Massive Cyberattack Affects Numerous Countries

According to cybersecurity firm Avast on Friday , more than 75,000 ransomware attacks were reported in 99 countries, making it one of the largest and most damaging campaigns in history. After an emergency government meeting Saturday in London, Britain's home secretary said one in five of 248 National Health Service groups had been hit. Lire la suite »

Sally Yates Was the Real Blackmailer


Instead, Mr Trump chose to play up former director of national intelligence James Clapper's acknowledgement during the same hearing that he was not aware of any evidence of collusion between Mr Trump and Russian Federation, which U.S. The Trump administration then blamed former President Obama for not vetting Flynn, despite the fact that Obama had also warned Trump about him in a private meeting in the Oval Office shortly after the election. Lire la suite »

FBI director defends Clinton choice


Clinton and her campaign have argued that Comey's letter was one of the factors - including Russian meddling in the election and sexism - that led to her surprise loss to Trump. But, asked last month whether it was too late to fire the director, the president replied, "No, it's not too late, but, you know, I have confidence in him". Lire la suite »

Gambler bets £10000 on Jeremy Corbyn becoming next prime minister

His comments came after a high-profile speech to worldwide affairs thinktank Chatham House, in which he insisted he was "not a pacifist" but cautioned against a "bomb first, talk later" approach to foreign policy. Mr Corbyn criticised Theresa May for "pandering" to Donald Trump during her visit to Washington earlier this year and said there would be no "hand-holding" with the US President if he won power. Lire la suite »

Talks under way to secure release of more kidnapped schoolgirls


Buhari enlightened them on all the efforts that had been put into negotiating their release under the direction of the President and praised all the agencies and individuals involved. "As a lay person, not as a medical doctor, I feel that medically too they are not too bad", she added. Ms Alhassan also said the government will continue seeking experts' advice on the girls' psychological state. Lire la suite »

France's Macron open to talks with willing conservatives


Richard Ferrand, who works closely with Macron as secretary-general of his Republic on the Move party, said Friday on BFM television that even he doesn't know who will be prime minister, expected to be named on Monday, the first full day of the new presidency, at the latest. Lire la suite »

Poll gives UK Conservatives big lead ahead of June election

His shadow defence secretary Nia Griffith, who has clashed with him over the policy on the Trident nuclear deterrent, was notably absent from his speech at the Chatham House think tank. I accept that military action, under global law and as a genuine last resort, is in some circumstances necessary. In a series of barbed comments aimed at the shadow home secretary - who struggled in a radio interview over the cost of her policy on police recruitment - Mrs May said: " Labour can not add up". Lire la suite »

Trump refuses to commit to Sean Spicer when pressed by Fox News

He had fired Mr Comey for being a "showboat" and eroding public trust in the FBI but had praised him repeatedly during the 2016 campaign for coming forward about the investigation into then-opponent Hillary Clinton's use of a private server to send classified emails while she was Secretary of State. Lire la suite »

North Korea 'launches ballistic missile'

Pacific Command said . "It could be a new type of missile", Inada said at a press conference in Tokyo. Choe Son-hui, director-general of the North America affairs bureau of the North Korean foreign ministry, told reporters at the Beijing Capital International Airport that North Korea "will hold dialogue under right conditions" with the new USA administration. Lire la suite »

Nepal votes in first local election in 20 years


Almost 50,000 candidates are vying for the position of mayor, deputy mayor, ward chairman and ward member in 281 local municipalities. The first phase of voting in half of the Himalayan nation on Sunday has been mostly peaceful. Prime Minister's daughter, Renu Dahal has fielded her candidacy for the post of Mayor of Bharatpur Metropolitan City and the election here is being watched with keen interest in the national political level. Lire la suite »

Trump spoke about the negotiations with the foreign Minister of Russian Federation

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions also recused himself from the probe of Russian ties to the Trump campaign after admitting that he failed to disclose during his confirmation hearing that he held two meetings with Kislyak past year. Ties soured further in April after the US blamed a Russian ally, Syrian President Bashar Assad, for a deadly chemical weapons attack on civilians and Trump ordered that some 60 cruise missiles be fired at a Syrian air base in response. Lire la suite »