Dimanche, 20 Août 2017
Latest news
Home » Globale

Globale

Suspect Shot After Brussels Station Explosion

Local police have the situation under control. The suspect was wearing an explosive belt and had wires coming out of his clothes, according to some media, although police say they are unable to comment on the reports . They asked the public to follow police instructions. "The suspect has been neutralised by the military that were present at the scene immediately after the explosion", the spokesman said. Read More »

Clippers testing trade market for DeAndre Jordan

perth_map

But the Suns were not interested in that offer. Stay tuned for the latest on National Basketball Association free agency and trades around the league. The Clippers were surveying the landscape on Jordan prior to the arrival of newly signed consultant Jerry West, but rival teams are of the belief that the big man still could be acquired should the appropriate package present itself. Read More »

Cuomo, Trump lawyer clash over Russian Federation probe

Already, they've floated the idea that Mueller could be biased because some members of his investigative team have made campaign contributions to Democrats and because Mueller interviewed for the Federal Bureau of Investigation director's job after Trump fired Comey. Read More »

Iran fires rockets in 'revenge' at Islamic State in Syria

perth_map

Khamenei took to Instagram on Sunday, where he uploaded an edited video that begins with the dramatic footage from the attack inside the Iranian parliament and the ornate mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini on June 7. Iran's homegrown missiles, a serious point of contention with Washington and Tel Aviv, can reach up to 2,000 kilometres. Tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia have steadily deteriorated. Read More »

Hundreds honor Charleena Lyles, shot by police

perth_map

The officers say when they arrived, Lyles began explaining the situation and then reportedly came at them with a knife. They admitted that she struggled with mental health issues . "Get back!" an officer repeatedly yells. During the June 5 incident, Lyles spoke about wanting to "morph into a wolf " and made "several unusual religious comments talking about how the police officers were devils and also members of the KKK", Officer Davidson Lim wrote in a police report. Read More »

EU's Barnier assures Britons of compromises on Brexit

Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said: " David Davis said the row of the summer would be over the sequencing of Brexit talks, and one day in he has capitulated". "In a first step, we will deal with the most pressing issues". Mr Barnier said it was important to tackle uncertainties caused by Brexit. "The four freedoms that give us the internal market must not be jeopardised", she said with reference to the EU's freedoms of movement of goods, capital, people, and services. Read More »

Une voiture percute un fourgon de la gendarmerie — Champs-Elysées

perth_map

Le père et l'épouse d'Adam Djaziri ont été placés en garde à vue. Son oncle était attendu ce mardi dans les locaux de la police judiciaire pour être entendu. Collomb. L'hypothèse d'un attentat contre les forces de l'ordre est privilégiée. Une enquête a été confiée à la section antiterroriste de la police judiciaire parisienne et à la DGSI par le parquet de Paris. Read More »

Iranian Security Forces Arrest 41 Daesh Members Following Deadly Tehran Attacks

perth_map

IS has long vowed to attack Iran because the country had deployed military advisers and support to both Syria and Iraq in their fights against the extremist group. clients". That was condemned by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who tweeted: "Repugnant WH ( White House ) statement.as Iranians counter terror backed by USA clients". Read More »

Science Says: Why some airplanes don't fly in high heat

But, when forecasters call for highs of 120 degrees, even airlines notice and take action. Kurt Dickson, an emergency room doctor at Banner Health in Phoenix, said people have a range of heat illnesses during the summer months, including fatigue, heatstroke and severe sun burns. Read More »

LAPD cadets arrested after stealing patrol cars, police say

perth_map

At about 9:35 p.m., a patrol officer spotted both vehicles together and two separate chases ensued. Investigators later reviewed surveillance footage that showed a young woman with the vehicle at a gas pump, he said. LAPD officers said they knew right away they were being gamed by some punkass kids who'd participated in their highly touted cadet program meant to endear kids to law enforcement officials. Read More »

Russia sanctions backers fear Trump pressure to weaken bill

perth_map

The Countering Iran's Destabilizing Activities Act, which also includes new sanctions against Russian Federation, passed the Senate 98-2 last week, an overwhelming vote that looked like it might complicate President Donald Trump's desire for warmer relations with Moscow. Read More »

Brazil's Temer accused of corruption by federal police

perth_map

When attorney general Rodrigo Janot called for the opening of an investigation, he stated that the recordings established that president Temer approved of giving hush money to former congressman Eduardo Cunha and intermediary Lúcio Funaro, both of whom are in jail. Read More »

Senate Passes New Iran Sanctions Bill 98-2

House Republicans are expected to review the Senate-passed sanctions bill in the coming weeks, an aide told Politico . The White House stressed that it is committed to the existing Russian sanctions regime that it believes is best suited to address U.S. Read More »

Piétons fauchés à Londres: un mort et huit blessés

L'attaque terroriste à la voiture bélier lundi soir à Londres a fait au moins un mort et une dizaine de blessés , tous des fidèles qui sortaient d'une mosquée (Muslim Welfare House) de Finsbury Park au nord de la capitale. Le président américain, prompt à fustiger attentats et agressions extrémistes mais régulièrement accusé d'islamophobie , n'avait en revanche toujours pas réagi plus de 24 heures après les faits. Read More »

Mueller meets with House Russia investigators

Trump regularly praises the Fox News morning show on Twitter but that didn't stop co-host Brian Kilmeade from challenging the president's Twitter usage. The New York Times first reported that Kushner was weighing other legal options. Rep. Jim Himes, a Democratic member of the House Intelligence committee, says "we are a ways yet from being able to conclude anything" when it comes to his committee's investigation into Russia's actions in the 2016 election. Read More »

DC Watching Georgia Special Election Closely

perth_map

Polls are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm (1100-2300 GMT). "The people of the 6th District want this to be about the 6th District", Handel said. Contrary to the chants at Handel's victory party, she insisted for months that voters' choice had little to do with Trump. Read More »

Manhunt underway for inmates accused of killing 2 prison guards

Dubose and Rowe may have had plenty of time to plan: they were cell mates at Baldwin State Prison, state corrections officials said. A massive search is underway for Donnie Russell Rowe, 43, and Ricky Dubose, 24 . Authorities said the inmates were being transported when they overpowered the two officers, one of whom was driving the transport bus. Sills said it's unknown if the men are still together. Read More »

Paris Police Targeted Again In Suspected Terror Attack

perth_map

A man has rammed his auto into a police vehicle in the Champs-Elysees shopping district in Paris , French officials said. Collomb said that Monday's incident justified further extension of France's so-called " state of emergency ", a heightened security and surveillance regimen that has been in place since November 2015, when Islamic State militants carried out a series of coordinated attacks on a concert hall and cafes across Paris , killing 130. Read More »

Republican Handel wins Georgia House seat in key contest

perth_map

Balloting Tuesday was complicated by torrential rain in the area, creating additional worries for the candidates as they scrambled to get out the vote. Meanwhile, Democrats tried to paint Handel as a career politician with ties to Trump and the White House. She welcomed him for a private fundraiser in late April. Read More »

SNP crash in backlash on referendum

perth_map

The SNP lost 12 seats to the Conservatives , six to Labour and three to the Liberal Democrats as the Tory share of the vote soared in Scotland. The prospect of a second Scottish Independence referendum has been called into question as the United Kingdom election results dealt a major blow to the SNP. Read More »

American Warplane Shoots Down Iranian-Made Drone Over Syria

perth_map

US forces shot down an Iranian drone in southern Syria on Tuesday , the second such air-to-air encounter this month as opposing forces converge around a key American training garrison near the border with Jordan and Iraq. This is the latest incident in the skies over Syria, after the USA shot down a Syrian fighter plane on Sunday and another drone earlier this month . Read More »

Scottish Leader Says PM May 'Lost All Authority and Credibility' After Election

The Scottish National Party went into this general election with losses predicted from their record 56-seat haul in 2015, but even the nationalists' fiercest critics could not have envisaged such a hard night for Nicola Sturgeon's party. The SNP remains Britain's third-largest party, giving Sturgeon the chance to seek a "progressive alliance" with Labour to counter May's Conservative Party. Read More »

Uncle saves 12-year-old boy from drowning in swimming pool

perth_map

Saturday, Plymouth Police told the television station. He was pulled out of the water and revived by an uncle, who performed CPR on him while others called 911. Bereziuk says the house was under renovation and the pool wasn't ready for the season yet. They say the coroner's office is investigating, and foul play is not suspected. Read More »

No conclusion yet on US student's cause of death

perth_map

Pyongyang returned Warmbier to the US on June 13 after reportedly being in a coma for a year . Last week, Warmbier's father, Fred Warmbier, said his son had been "lured" into traveling to North Korea by Young Pioneer Tours and that the company had promised its customers were never detained. Read More »