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Le perpignanais Louis Aliot dit non à la police

Dans cette affaire, la justice française tente de savoir si le FN a organisé un système pour rémunérer des cadres ou employés du mouvement en France avec des fonds publics de l'Union européenne, via des contrats d'assistants au Parlement européen. Read More »

ISIL blows up Iraq's historic mosque from which it declared 'caliphate'

IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was proclaimed an Islamic caliphate on June 29, 2014 in Al-Nuri Mosque shortly after his forces conquered what was then a city of 2 million inhabitants. The U.N. estimates that ISIS is still holding up to 100,000 civilians in Mosul , whom humanitarians worry could be used as human shields during combat. Read More »

Voice, video calls unblocked in UAE

The instant messaging service appears to have had its free voice and video calling features - which it introduced to the platform past year - unblocked in the UAE. Currently, Apple's FaceTime voice and video communications service is not installed by default on the company's smartphones bought in the UAE. Many users in UAE appears to have its free voice and video calling features even though the UAE authorities have not made any public announcement regarding this. Read More »

SpiceJet signs provisional deal to buy 40 Boeing 737 MAX 10 jets


The aim is the highest passenger comfort in the single-aisle market , with key features including the Boeing Sky Interior. Once again, the bulk of Wednesday's contracts involved single-aisle airplanes, and again Boeing's 737 Max 10 drew headlines, leading with a 10-aircraft MOU with Xiamen Airlines worth $1.2 billion. Read More »

BNM to provide information to Royal Commission on forex losses


The statement said the task force found a prima facie case on the losses to merit in-depth investigations and for misleading the Cabinet and Parliament. The Prime Minister's Office had, on Wednesday, announced that it would form an RCI to investigate the billions of ringgit in forex market losses by BNM, after receiving a report by the special task force that was formed to probe the scandal. Read More »

S. Korea welcomes N. Korea's release of USA detainee


State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert has declined to provide details on the circumstance of Warmbier's release or comment on his health condition. Americans are regarded as enemies in North Korea because the two countries never signed a peace treaty at the end of the 1950-53 Korean War. Secretary of State Tillerson said the State Department is continuing to discuss three other detained Americans with North Korea . Read More »

Virginia girl could be in extreme danger


Kimberly is 3 feet in height, weighs 38 lbs and has hazel eyes with long blonde hair. He was last seen wearing an orange t-shirt with denim trousers. They may be traveling in a 1998 Maroon Toyota Tacoma, license VWA4004, VA, Interstate 91 North toward Roanoke. Read More »

US tries to use better China ties to press North Korea

Mr Tillerson said that North Korea was engaging in money laundering, extortion and cybercrime to raise money to build a nuclear weapon. At the bilateral talks tomorrow, officials say the U.S. However, China is keen to broaden out the discussions and gain concessions on a string of contentious issues, including the deployment of United States missiles in South Korea and Washington's relationship with Taiwan. Read More »

Confederations Cup 2017 Preview; Will Russia Be Good Host?


Two pairs of the best teams identified in the group tournaments will then play in the semi-finals. Live reports from four host cities, interviews with athletes, special guests, and over dozens matches - don't miss RT's special coverage of the Federation Internationale de Football Association 2017 Confederations Cup , which opens this Saturday in St. Read More »

Demonstrations against Russian corruption and clashes with police

Tens of thousands of people still took to the streets, and more than 1,500 were arrested . Because of this, Navalny's feed on You Tube has become a popular source for news for Russia's younger, web-savvy generation. In Moscow , the detentions began even as demonstrators exited the metro station at Pushkin Square, a central square in the capital, and made their way toward Tverskaya. Read More »

Mattis Says US And China Agree On North Korean Threat

U.S. President Donald Trump has said thank you and goodbye to China over Twitter, suggesting that the brief friendship between Washington and Beijing may be on the rocks during the ongoing furore over Chinese ally North Korea . North Korea hasn't conducted a nuclear test explosion as feared earlier this year but has kept up its rapid pace of missile launches. She said the US would be consulting with China on implementation of U.N. Read More »

Duke of Cambridge turns 35 in year when he becomes full-time royal


The Queen's quick outfit change before heading to Royal Ascot for a second day of racing has left many punters stumped and bookmakers smiling. Yesterday, the 35-year-old Duchess looked stunning in a white lace dress by Alexander McQueen , paired with a matching chapeau adorned with beaded flowers, and pearl drop earrings - similar to the bespoke pair her sister Pippa wore at her wedding to hedge fund financier James Matthews last month . Read More »

Flags to be lowered for NC soldier killed in Afghanistan


Baldridge was part of the 101st Airborne Division based at Fort Campbell, Ky. (Adam Orr|Jefferson Post) Patriot Guard Riders escort the body of fallen soldier Sgt. He is survived by his mother, Tina Palmer, and father, Christopher Baldridge. His prior awards and decorations include the Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal with three oak clusters, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service ... Read More »

Duke of Edinburgh (96) being treated at London hospital

Prince Philip will not attend.The Queen will be outlining the government's lawmaking agenda for the next two years during her speech at Buckingham palace. The palace said Philip was driven to the hospital by private auto Tuesday evening on the advice of a physician. The former naval officer's irascible, no-nonsense approach, combined with his infamous and sometimes politically incorrect off-the-cuff remarks, has not made it easy for people to warm to his style. Read More »

South African court rules in secret ballot case against Zuma

Handing down judgment in the Constitutional Court on Monday morning, Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng has said that, after weighing up the issues relating to the upcoming motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma, the National Assembly does have the power to allow a secret ballot, but the court can not order whether this should or should not happen. Read More »

Prince Philip admitted to hospital due to infection

The palace described Prince Philip's hospitalization as a "precautionary measure", without giving details of the infection. In a statement , Buckingham Palace said the Prince of Wales would instead accompany the Queen to Parliament and Prince Philip was "disappointed" to miss the event. Read More »

US Senate Healthcare Bill to Cut Back on Medicaid Expansions

The healthcare bill will be released to the Republican Senate Conference on Thursday at 9:30 a.m. EDT (1330 GMT) and posted online, Senators John Barrasso of Wyoming and Bob Corker of Tennessee told reporters in the Capitol on Wednesday. "In a tweet on Wednesday, McConnell's team said the " @SenateGOP has been active & engaged on how to move beyond failures of #Obamacare & we're focused on following". Read More »

PM Modi mourns demise of former German Chancellor Kohl

Kohl served as chancellor of West Germany from 1982 to 1990, and then of reunified Germany from 1990 to 1998. Former U.S. president George Bush Senior once described him as the most important European leader of the late 20th century. The Former Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Helmut Josef Michael Kohl was born on April 3, 1930 in Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany. Juncker recalled that only three people have been bestowed Honorary Citizenship of Europe Jean Monnet, Jacques ... Read More »

Australia lifts suspension of airstrikes against ISIS in Syria


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. Meanwhile, the US and Russian militaries swapped accusations about an unsafe intercept involving a USA spy plane and a Russian fighter jet over the Baltic Sea. Read More »

Turkish troops arrive in Qatar for joint military drills

Saudi Arabia , Egypt and a number of gulf nations on June 5 abruptly cut diplomatic and commercial ties with Qatar, home to a major US military base in the region, citing a range of complaints from its ties to the Muslim Brotherhood and Iran to its funding of the Arab-language news agency Al-Jazeera. Read More »

Extreme heat forces flight cancellations in southwestern US


A high of 121 degrees was expected in Palm Springs this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service, while a regional heat wave was not expected to die down until Thursday. The study of almost 2,000 deadly heat waves worldwide since 1980 was published Monday in the journal Nature Climate Change. The temperature in Phoenix , the capital of Arizona , reached 120 Fahrenheit degrees (about 48.8 Celsius degrees) on Tuesday, leading to the cancellation of flights in and out of ... Read More »

Tropical storm Cindy comes ashore in Southwest Louisiana


It was carried in by a large wave. The storm , which has been impacting Gulf Coast states with heavy rain since early in the week, will continue to be threatening with severe weather, life-threatening flooding and rip currents from Texas to Florida into Thursday . Read More »