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U.S. shoots down pro-regime drone in Syria

It marked the second time in three days US forces have shot down an aircraft operated by Damascus or its allies in Syria, and reflected mounting tensions over a stretch of the Syrian-Iraqi frontier where USA forces have established a base. Read More »

US says it shot down Iranian-made drone in Syria

Hernandez says the incident happened Monday, when the U.S. RC-135 was on a routine mission in worldwide airspace. A US F-15E fighter jet shot down a pro-Syrian regime drone near At Tanf, Syria, on Monday, two USA officials told CNN, the third downing of a pro-regime aircraft this month. Read More »

Explosion à la gare centrale de Bruxelles


Le suspect, neutralisé par des militaires après avoir provoqué une petite explosion dans la gare, mardi soir , peu avant 20h50, se trouvait toujours vers 22h30 sur le sol. La police a neutralisé une personne qui portait une ceinture d'explosifs. "Et là il a fait exploser le trolley", aurait déclaré Nicolas Van Herrewegen, témoin direct de la scène et agent de triage de la Société nationale des chemins de fer belges . Read More »

Ivanka Trump visits Capitol to talk family tax policies


Paid family leave has been a main issue for Trump, who reached out to Rubio about a month and a half ago to set up a meeting. "We wanted her and the White House to be exposed to individual members who have been working on pieces that I think can be part of that reform", Rubio, who is particularly focused on the child tax credit, said. Read More »

Australia Halts Airstrikes In Syria After Russian Threat


The U.S. said in a written statement that a U.S. F18 Super Hornet shot down the Syrian SU-22 near the town of Tabqah, the location of a strategically vital dam upstream from Raqqa, where the U.S. From now on, all aircraft and drones of the coalition detected west of the Euphrates River will be tracked by Russian air- and ground-based air defense systems as targets, the ministry warned. Read More »

USA forces "reposition over Syria" after Russian threat

THE MILITARY CHAOS in Syria has been raised further as Russian officials warned they would take measures to target the U.S. airforce, after the Americans shot down a Syrian military jet. A defense official, who was not authorized to be quoted by name and spoke on condition of anonymity, said the drone shot down Tuesday was a Shaheed 129 and appeared to have been operated by "pro-regime" forces. Read More »

Augusta experiences 3.2 magnitude natural disaster


The ground shook in Augusta just before noon Tuesday, during what has so far been Georgia's largest quake this year. Don Blakeman, a geophysicist at the National Earthquake Information Center, says the earthquake is considered minor. The quake was felt as far north as Edgefield and as far west as Thomson. According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the quake registered as a 3.2 and was centered 3.72 miles southwest of Augusta, the epicenter just miles away from Augusta National Golf Club. Read More »

Policewoman Killed in Terror Attack at Jerusalem's Old City

Police spokeswoman Luba Simri said the Israeli military had so far found no connection between the three assailants and any armed group. Three Palestinians attacked officers at Damascus Gate in annexed east Jerusalem late on Friday before being shot dead by security forces, Israeli police said. Read More »

Can Kinder Morgan Stay in Recovery?


Other equities analysts also recently issued reports about the company. The share price has moved forward from its 20 days moving average, trading at a distance of 0.58% and stays -4.21% away from its 50 days moving average. Institutional investors own 58.05% of the company's stock. Lipe & Dalton, a New York-based fund reported 62,200 shares. Narwhal Capital Management raised its stake in Kinder Morgan by 44.7% in the first quarter. Read More »

Coroner investigating Otto Warmbier's death

Justin Weber said Tuesday morning that a news conference is expected later to provide details. Doctors caring for Warmbier said the 22-year-old was experiencing "unresponsive wakefulness," a term that has come to replace the "persistent vegetative state". Read More »

AGP, BPF to Vote for Ram Nath Kovind


The NDA, led by the BJP , has 5,37,683 votes and this is including the Shiv Sena . Still, the NDA certainly has an upper hand at the moment and is likely to get its nominee installed in the Rashtrapati Bhawan next month. With one stone, the party has made several political kills. LJP - The Lok Janshakti Party, a constituent of the NDA, threw its support in the ring. Read More »

US Coroner Investigating Death of Student Freed From NKorea

US President Donald Trump issued a statement offering condolences to the Warmbier family. Ojea-Quintana said that "time is running out" for many elderly Koreans keen to see relatives separated since the 1950-53 war and backed Seoul's proposal to resume them in August. Read More »

APNewsBreak: Otto Warmbier's death investigated

FILE- In this June 15, 2017, file photo, Fred Warmbier, father of Otto Warmbier , a University of Virginia undergraduate student who was imprisoned in North Korea in March 2016, speaks during a news conference at Wyoming High School in Cincinnati. Read More »

Portugal battles to contain deadly wildfires amid heat, wind


More than 1,100 firefighters and nine water-dropping aircraft are still tackling the country's worst forest fire , which is thought to have started after lightning struck a tree in the central municipality of Pedrógão Grande on Saturday. Coutinho couldn't explain why Portugal's Air Accident Office said it had received a call from the Civil Protection Agency notifying it of a plane crash . Read More »

China tour agency says won't take more US tourists to NKorea


Warmbier was medically evacuated from North Korea on June 13 following diplomatic talks at the top of the US government. An American college student who was released by North Korea in a coma has died in Ohio. His relatives said they were told he had been in a coma since soon after his sentencing. Recall that in North Korea were released, an American student of Otto Pombier, who was detained by the authorities of the country in 2016. Read More »

MLB Draft: Twins take shortstop at No


SC starting pitcher Clarke Schmidt had Tommy John surgery on his throwing arm in May. The Minnesota Twins pulled a draft-day surprise by selecting prep shortstop Royce Lewis with the No. "Oh, yeah, that'd be unbelievable", Greene said. "We see this guy as an impact player on both sides of the ball", Radcliff said. "So I think they're pretty pumped up for that, so we'll see how it works out". Read More »

USA jets shoot down 'Iranian drone' in Syria - coalition

The repeated incidents in the vicinity of the Tanf camp, where US forces train and advise local ground forces in the fight against IS, add to soaring regional tensions that could spiral out of control just as the fight against the extremists enters a crucial phase, with USA -backed forces pushing into the group's de facto capital, the Syrian city of Raqqa. Read More »

Justices accept gerrymandering case

Steve Vladeck, CNN Supreme Court analyst and professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law, told CNN that this case could have "enormous ramifications". That weakened African-American voting strength elsewhere in the state, the court said. A special panel of three judges in Wisconsin had ruled past year that a partisan map in that state violated the First Amendment and equal rights protections. Read More »

Champs-Elysées: " Pas satisfaisant qu'un fiché S bénéficie d'un permis d'armes "


L'assaillant, Adam Dzaziri, 31 ans, était fiché S (pour Sûreté de l'Etat) depuis 2015 pour son appartenance à la mouvance islamiste radicale et disposait d'une autorisation de détention d'arme car il pratiquait le tir sportif. Selon son père interrogé par l'AFP, l'homme "avait une arme qui était déclarée, il s'entraînait au tir ". "Deux gendarmes étaient venus en octobre 2016" à son club de tir "et avaient posé des questions sur cet individu. Read More »

Le Portugal sous le choc après l'incendie de forêt


Au moins la moitié des victimes ont été piégées par les flammes alors qu'elles circulaient en voiture dans la région montagneuse de Leiria, a précisé le secrétaire d'Etat portugais pour les Affaires intérieures, Jorge Gomes. Cet incendie a pu être causé par une foudre sèche, a confié aux médias Almeida Rodrigues, directeur de la police judiciaire portugaise (PJ). 27 hameaux de la commune de Gois, au nord de la zone, ont dû être évacués, dont une maison de retraite, ainsi que 13 autres ... Read More »

Russia Threatens to Begin Targeting American Aircraft


Australia on Tuesday suspended its airstrikes against IS targets in Syria as a precaution, after Russian Federation announced it was suspending the hotline and warned the USA -led coalition not to fly over Syrian army positions west of the Euphrates River. Read More »

Democrats plan night full of speeches on health care fight

Visit for more information on this news. "I think this is a really interesting discussion, but I think it's totally irrelevant to the most important discussion that's happening right now, which is not in this committee", Murphy said during that hearing. Read More »