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Attacker Shot Outside Notre Dame Cathedral


Police believe the attacker was an Algerian student, citing an ID card found on him, and said he had a hammer and kitchen knives on him. The police officers were praised online by Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo, who tweeted her salute to their "courage". Lire la suite »

McCain: Americans 'Stupid' to Still Want to Travel to North Korea

The United States, South Korea and others have accused North Korea of using foreign detainees has hostages to secure diplomatic concessions. His parents created the James W. The North Korean government handed Warmbier over to USA authorities in a vegetative state last week and his death has spurred calls for a U.S. response from several lawmakers. Lire la suite »

Rebels among UK's ruling Conservatives to scupper 'no-deal' Brexit

Tax experts have previously said that the outcome of the UK's general election on June 8, with the Conservative Party failing to secure a parliamentary majority, could weaken the UK's negotiating position in Brexit talks. Discussions aimed at preserving the Good Friday Agreement and common travel area in Ireland will begin, although Davis suggested these issues may not be settled until the end of the process, when the UK's trade relationship with the European Union is settled, the BBC ... Lire la suite »

McCain: Travelers to N Korea should sign waiver

The Washington Post reports that the Senate has been resistant to imposing such restrictions but might do so in the aftermath of Warmbier's death. "It really is a tragedy". The country may not worry about much of anything externally, even the death of a young tourist, until it reaches its goal of building a nuclear ICBM that can ease what it sees as decades of US and South Korean hostility. Lire la suite »

Rebels attack Philippine village, possibly to divert troops


Mamon, however, could not confirm initial reports that students were being held hostage after the terrorists reportedly occupied a local school. Pigcawayan is 190km south of Marawi City, where BIFF militants, along with fighters from other groups allied to the Islamic State group, have been holed up and fighting the Philippines military for more than a month. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump Attorney Says President Not Under Investigation

That is what would happen with Trump , if it came to that. "The president wants to take down Bob Mueller ... and the question is why". Attacking the idea that the president tried to obstruct the investigation also seems key. In that sense, the coming legal fight could be asymmetrical warfare. " Trump has a compulsion to counterattack and is very pugnacious", Gingrich said on ABC's This Week. Lire la suite »

Hundreds attend funeral of Manchester Arena victim Olivia Campbell-Hardy


Olivia's friend Adam Lawler, 15, who was with her on the night of the attack, paid tribute to the teenager after attending the service in a wheelchair. "She is described in the words still on the altar as the kindest person with whom happy times were shared". Mr Hodgson said after her death: 'Heaven has got another angel and she'll be singing up there now with her grandad. Lire la suite »

Police searching for $40K violin left at train station


Sims put down the $40,000 violin (pictured), forgetting to take it with her when she boarded the train shortly after midnight. Anyone with information is asked to contact Transit police at 617-222-1050 or anonymously via text at 873873. That was the last time the violin was seen. Sullivan says police aren't seeking charges against the woman and just want her to return the violin. 'It could be exposed to the elements, it could be trading hands. Lire la suite »

Yale dean on leave over offensive Yelp reviews leaves post


June Chu, who was the dean of Yale's residential Pierson College, was placed on leave in May after the Yale Daily News posted screenshots of Chu's Yelp reviews. "Let me be clear", he wrote. "No one, especially those in trusted positions of educating young people, should denigrate or stereotype others, and that extends to any form of discrimination based on class, race, religion, age, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation". Lire la suite »

Iran calls missile attack on Syria militants a wider warning


Murphy's remarks came two days after a US Navy fighter jet shot down a Syrian warplane for the first time, prompting Russian Federation to issue a threat against American airborne assets over Syrian airspace. Officials emphasize the strikes were all conducted in self-defense after pro-regime forces ignored warnings. While Iran has other ballistic missiles it says can reach longer distances, Sunday night's launch appears to mark the longest strike it has launched overseas. Lire la suite »

CBS Renews Entire Daytime Lineup For 2017-2018 Season


CBS in fact now has renewed its entire daytime slate, picking up The Price Is Right for another two seasons and ordering new cycles of The Talk and Let's Make a Deal . "All of our talent, on screen and behind the scenes, is hard at work making the upcoming season of these award-winning series even bigger and bolder". Lire la suite »

Abadi visits Tehran, says Iraq and Iran more serious in fighting terror

Tensions escalated after Iran emerged as the main power broker in Iraq after the United States withdrew its troops in 2011. "Americans and their puppets in the region do not want to destroy ISIL because the terrorist group has been formed by their support and money and they prefer to keep a group of ISIL terrorists in Iraq to be under their control". Lire la suite »

No conclusion yet on U.S. student's cause of death

Warmbier died on Monday days after being returned from North Korea in a coma after being imprisoned for 17 months. If they are unable to do so, the US, with its allies, will! People can live in a state of unresponsive wakefulness for many years with the chances of recovery depending on the extent of the brain injury. Lire la suite »

Trump lashes out at 'bad,' 'conflicted' investigators


At a Senate appropriations committee hearing, Rosenstein hinted - without confirming directly - that Mueller's investigation could probe deep into Trump's White House. Grassley is known as one of the Senate's most dogged investigators, but in the early days of the Trump administration, it hasn't been clear how hard he intends to push on possible misconduct. Lire la suite »

Karen Handel: People of Georgia's 6th Don't Want 'Nancy Pelosi's Guy'


Jon Ossoff has never held office before. The race pit 30-year-old Democrat and political neophyte Jon Ossoff against Republican Karen Handel , who is Georgia's former secretary of state. Price won with 62 percent of the vote, while Trump won by less than 2 percentage points. Attorney David Ware said he voted for Ossoff because the Democrat defends the Affordable Care Act - President Barack Obama's signature health care law. Lire la suite »

Public funeral planned for Otto Warmbier in Cincinnati

Warmbier was in the process of leaving North Korea on January 2, 2016, when he was detained at the airport. Kim Jong-Un's regime claimed that Warmbier contracted botulism and fell into a coma soon after being sentenced past year. They said it should be a "call to action to those in the position to protect our American citizens here at home AND overseas". Otto Warmbier died on Monday near his family home in OH after more than 15 months in North Korean captivity. Lire la suite »

Microsoft Rolls Out Dictation Plugin for Office

Microsoft is beefing up the dictation capabilities of Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word with artificial intelligence. Where the add-in gets particularly interesting is with its language support . If you want to give it a shot, you can grab the add-in from from Microsoft now . A download is available for both the 32-bit version of Office and the 64-bit version of Office . Lire la suite »

Real president refuses to speak about Ronaldo

Manchester United are now in the process of securing various targets including Ivan Perisic, Alvaro Morata and Eric Dier, and that should remain the priority. Both Ronaldo and Mourinho are clients of football super-agent Jorge Mendes , who has been summoned to appear before the court at Pozuelo de Alarcon on June 27. Lire la suite »

Whelan appointment to be raised at Cabinet meeting


Only a handful of ministers knew before the meeting last week that Ms Whelan would be proposed for the job, after a last minute item was added to the daily agenda. All applications for the role were considered by Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald, who decided Ms Whelan was the stand-out candidate, he added. He said the Independent Alliance was firm that the process for nominating and appointing judges needed to be changed. Lire la suite »

US military shoots down Iranian-made drone in southern Syria


On Monday, Russia warned that US aircraft operating in specific regions in Syria would be considered " air targets " for its forces after a US Navy jet shot down a pro-regime fighter jet. It said government helicopters dropped 55 barrel bombs on Daraa while warplanes carried out about 20 airstrikes. It was observed heading toward coalition forces, who were outside the outpost, officials said. Lire la suite »