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Le discret Jared Kushner donne enfin de la voix


Lors de sa première tournée à l'étranger le mois dernier, Donald Trump a réaffirmé sa détermination à tout faire pour parvenir à un accord de paix dans le conflit israélo-palestinien sans pour autant avancer de piste concrète. Soulignant avoir été souvent mis en garde contre la résistance de la bureaucratie dans cette mission de modernisation, il a assuré qu'il n'en était rien: " Jusqu'ici, c'est tout le contraire ", a-t-il dit. Read More »

Di Maria agrees to deal in Spain over tax fraud

Barcelona and Argentina striker Lionel Messi was also handed a 21-month sentence after being found guilty of tax evasion previous year, while his teammate Neymar was fined a whopping €45.9m for failing to report earnings from deals with Santos, Barcelona and NIke. Read More »

"No Nexus to Terrorism" in Congressional Baseball Shooting

Additionally, Slater said , Hodgkinson did not appear to have had specific targets or "an agenda to actually follow through on these six individuals". Slater said Hodgkinson displayed "just a pattern of life that things weren't going well" such as unemployment, diminishing savings, and a struggling marriage. Read More »

9.8 milliards d'habitants sur Terre en 2050 — Boom démographique


Actuellement habitée par 7,6 milliards de personnes, la Terre en abritera 8,6 milliards en 2030, 9,8 en 2050 et. De 2017 à 2050, on prévoit que la moitié de la croissance de la population mondiale sera concentrée dans seulement neuf pays classés en fonction de leur contribution à la croissance démographique mondiale: l'Inde , le Nigéria , la République démocratique du Congo, le Pakistan, l'Éthiopie, la Tanzanie, les États-Unis, l'Ouganda et l'Indonésie. Read More »

Drone footage shows Iranian missiles striking ISIS targets in Syria

He added that the missile raid, which took place at a time when "witless" United States senators passed a bill to impose "shameful and anti-JCPOA" sanctions against the IRGC and the Iranian nation, reminded the enemy front that any threat and aggression against Iran's national security will be faced with the reaction of the country's' armed forces backed by the people. Read More »

Thousands Protest Verdict Handed To Officer Who Shot Philando Castile


She says those arrested were booked at Ramsey County Jail on charges including being a pedestrian on the busy freeway. Minnesota State Patrol said it arrested 18 protesters following demonstrations on Interstate 94 in St. "We struggled with it". I struggled with it. Dennis Ploussard, a member of the jury, called deliberations "very, very hard" and says he thinks the panel delivered the right verdict. Read More »

May to confront Brexit worries at EU summit


First, "significant progress" would need to be made on the EU's priority issues, notably the rights of expatriate citizens and a settling financial accounts. "And while there is a long road ahead, our destination is clear - a deep and special partnership between the United Kingdom and the EU". To show the "goodwill" her aides often refer to, May will have a separate conversation with European Council President Donald Tusk and hopes to have other one-on-one meetings. Read More »

US Trump's visit not mentioned in Queen's speech on government policy


The speech comes after May lost her majority in a snap election earlier this month, leaving her to head a minority government with no deal so far to insure that the government can deliver on its agenda. Having called a snap election in the hope of securing an increased majority to deliver Brexit in a "strong and stable" way, Mrs May acknowledged that the outcome was "not the one I hoped for". Read More »

Pentagon chief blasts N.Korea over US student who died

Warmbier's death came just days after he was released by the North Korean government and returned to the United States suffering from what US doctors described as extensive brain damage. Mattis echoed that, saying China "continues to work these issues". North Korea conducts about 90 percent of its trade through China, which maintains that it implements the United Nations sanctions properly. Read More »

Trump Officially Suggests Solar Wall On Southern Border

President Donald Trump offered some insight into why he added some Wall Street billionaires to his cabinet during a rally in Iowa Wednesday night. Does that make sense?" On Capitol Hill, the Republican win in Georgia may indeed embolden the party to press ahead with Trump's political agenda, notably reform of Barack Obama's health care law and an overhaul of the tax code. Read More »

Amanda Knox makes her Instagram account public


The cleared former murder suspect has turned her life into a fairy tale on Instagram - where she is pictured dressed up as Little Red Riding Hood while threatened by a man in a wolf's costume. In another photo, she wears a shirt that reads "It could happen to you". Amanda Knox is not afraid of the big bad wolf. On Instagram, she documented her trips to the annual Innocence Network Conference, which she said she first attended in 2014. Read More »

National Aboriginal Day in Canada

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Perry Bellegarde , national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day in Ottawa on Wednesday, June 21, 2017. "It's our culture, we gotta keep it alive", he said. CN's Aboriginal Affairs logo demonstrates CN's commitment to developing and maintaining respectful and sustainable relationships with all Aboriginal peoples across our network. Read More »

United States military shoots down Iranian-made drone in southern Syria


U.S. tensions with Russian Federation flared on Monday as a U.S. Navy FA-18/E Super Hornet shot down a Syrian Regime SU-22 fighter jet after it dropped bombs near U.S. The Russian military also said it would stop using the " deconfliction " channel that was established to avoid conflicts as coalition and Russian warplanes operated in Syria's airspace. Read More »

Isis claims Jerusalem attack, sends warning

Israeli officials have said the failure to pay for electricity is the result of an internal dispute between Hamas and the PA. It identified two of the men as Bra'a Salah and Asama Atta, born in 1998, and the third as Adel Ankush, born in 1999. Read More »

Victoria man faces 23 new charges linked to historical sex assaults


The boys were between nine and 15-years-old when the alleged assaults took place in the 1960s and 1970s. Police said at the time they believed there were more victims and asked them to come forward. He was also a member of the Knights of Colombus chapter associated with St. Patrick's Church. Police are asking any other potential victims to come forward by calling 250-995-7654, the Men's Trauma Centre at 250-381-6367 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Read More »

Global stocks slide on oil price slump


The sell-off continued in Asia, with Tokyo down 0.5 percent, Hong Kong losing 0.6 percent and Sydney sinking 1.6 percent. "The time for contrarian trades in oil is fast approaching, but I would want to see some stability in price and the technicals start to become more convincing", said Chris Weston , chief market strategist at IG in Melbourne . Read More »

François Bayrou quitte le gouvernement — France


Emmanuel Macron et Edouard Philippe ont formé ce mercredi un gouvernement étoffé, après la cascade de démissions enregistrées depuis lundi, avec 29 membres contre 22 dans l'équipe précédente, 15 hommes et 14 femmes, dont une majorité (17) provient de la société civile. Read More »

Qatar emir congratulates newly appointed Saudi crown prince

May God help you", the former crown prince - who has also been fired as deputy PM and interior minister - said, to which his replacement replied: "May God help you. In remarks aired on Saudi TV in May, Mohammed bin Salman framed the tensions with Iran in sectarian terms and said it is Iran's goal "to control the Islamic world" and to spread its Shia doctrine. Read More »

Politique François Bayrou annonce son départ du gouvernement

Je donnerai une conférence cet après-midi à 17H00", a déclaré le président du MoDem sans donner davantage de précisions à ce stade. La conférence de presse aura lieu au siège du MoDem , rue de l'Université, dans le VIIe arrondissement de Paris, a précisé l'entourage de M. Read More »

US Says Gulf States Have Prepared List of Demands for Qatar

Saudi Arabia, Bahrain , Egypt and United Arab Emirates cut ties with the Qataris and imposed an economic blockade earlier this month to isolate it. But analysts say this confrontation was long in the making, and takes its roots in the Gulf-region's well-known displeasure with Al Jazeera , which they allege serves as a state mouthpiece for Qatar to sow instability in the region and prop up the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas. Read More »

US President Donald Trump says travel ban ruling comes at 'dangerous time'

They upheld an earlier court ruling, which stated that the President had exceeded the authority Congress granted him in making national security judgments in the realm of immigration without adequate justification. The 9th Circuit upheld the orders blocking the travel ban . Though other parts remained same. A revised executive order announced in March - meant to address the issues raised by the federal judges - deleted Iraq from the list and removed an indefinite ban on Syrian ... Read More »

French defence minister resigns amid fake jobs probe


Defence minister Sylvie Goulard handed in her resignation Tuesday morning, saying in a statement she didn't feel she could remain part of the government while investigators are looking into whether she and other European deputies from the centrist MoDem party misused allowances to pay for party activities. Read More »