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N.Korea conducts rocket engine test

U.S. President Donald Trump has warned that a "major, major conflict" with North Korea is possible over its weapons programs, although U.S. officials say tougher sanctions, not military force, are the preferred option. The disclosure came just a day after the Diplomatic and Security Dialogue between Washington and Beijing, during which the two sides agreed to exert greater pressure on the North Korean regime. Lire la suite »

Senate Republicans Unveil Draft of Highly Anticipated Health Care Bill

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is hoping to push the measure through the Senate next week. Yet it faces an uncertain fate in the Senate. Some Republican senators , as well as all the Senate's Democrats , have complained about Mr McConnell's proposal, the secrecy with which he drafted it and the speed with which he would like to move it to passage. Lire la suite »

Pro-Syrian regime drone shot down by USA fighter jet


The U.S. military said it shot down an Iranian-made, armed drone in southern Syria today, marking the third time this month that that the U.S. has downed aircraft affiliated with Syrian President Bashar Assad's government. Repeated U.S. airstrikes against Syrian forces and allied militias in southeastern Syria had already caused alarm that the U.S. might be drawn deeper into the country's civil war . Lire la suite »

Muslim girl assaulted, murdered after leaving United States mosque

Police say they are not investigating her death as a hate crime . Investigators haven't named the victim, but family and friends identified her as 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen . But when the auto hopped the curb, they perceived hostile intent and began to run. The mosque reported Hassanen missing and police began to scour the area, using search and rescue teams, dogs and a helicopter. Lire la suite »

May to unveil plans to 'protect' EU citizens' rights after Brexit


The EU's position, among other things, said that the European Commission should be able to monitor the enforcement of citizens' rights , and the bloc's top court in Luxembourg should have jurisdiction over protecting them. Hungary's populist Prime Minister Viktor Orban, annoyed because he felt Macron had slighted Central European nations in an interview, noted that the meeting Thursday in Brussels was Macron's first EU summit. Lire la suite »

Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Jerusalem Attack


A reasonable headline should say: " Three armed Palestinian assailants killed after attack on Israeli officers". Hours after the attack, the group announced that "soldiers of the caliphate" had launched the "blessed operation ... "To our understanding, the Islamic State was not involved in the attack", an officer with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), speaking on condition of anonymity, told Xinhua. Lire la suite »

Macron a-t-il réussi son équation — Gouvernement Philippe II


Par contre, ils vont basculer à l'Assemblée nationale, avec l'immunité parlementaire, sans aucun problème? D'ailleurs, en respectant les équilibres de la majorité présidentielle (gauche-droite), ce nouveau gouvernement évite les pièges d'une trop forte charge politique d'un côté ou de l'autre. Lire la suite »

EU leaders to weigh terrorism, defence ties, migration

Sales in the region's second-biggest auto market may slump 20 percent in 2019, the year the U.K.is set to leave the European Union , wiping out 12.4 billion euros in revenue for automakers, Deloitte predicted. Macron is breaking with tradition and plans to hold talks with the leaders of Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, most of whom have challenged the refugee plan. Lire la suite »

Volunteers rally to help Portugal's fire victims


Twelve people survived one of Portugal's deadliest fires by seeking refuge in a water tank after access to their village was cut off by the blaze. More than 1,000 firefighters were yesterday still battling a giant forest fire that swept through central Portugal at the weekend, killing at least 62 people. Lire la suite »

Paris attacker asked family to see him as martyr


On June 19 the individual had rammed a auto carrying weapons & explosives into a police van as it drove in a convoy down Paris's Champs Elysees . He had a cache of weapons at home and in the vehicle he drove. An assault rifle, two pistols, ammunition and two large gas canisters were found in his vehicle. Molins says evidence from the investigation shows the suspect wanted to join IS forces in Syria and Iraq . Lire la suite »

Germany spied on the White House over years


According to information contained in the documents, the German intelligence service from 1998 to 2006 monitored email address at the White house with a list of about four thousand electorally keywords. However, in 2013 United States government contractor Edward Snowden leaked classified documents that made public United States spying targets, which included the National Security Agency's monitoring of Ms Merkel's mobile phone. Lire la suite »

AIADMK Amma Camp to Support NDA's Presidential Nominee Kovind

Extending support to Mr Kovind, the Odisha Chief Minister, who has come under BJP attack lately, also said the Office of the President of India is above political considerations and BJD would keep it above politics. Kovind, who was Bihar's governor, is the Bharatiya Janata Party's candidate for the post. The nomination of Kovind is also being observed as an attempt to address the Dalit "vote bank" in the backdrop of 2019 Lok Sabha Polls. Lire la suite »

Huge GOP Turnout Doomed Democrat in Georgia

Four years earlier Mitt Romney won the district by 23 points. Everybody uses special elections to ratify whatever they thought before a single vote was counted. Those aren't typically the top Democratic talking points, and often, he didn't even mention his party ID. The Republican was expected to win, though the race was closer than anticipated. Lire la suite »

Trump on Jeh Johnson testimony


In August 2016, based on evidence that Russian Federation was trying to hack our election systems, the Obama administration attempted to designate those systems as "national critical infrastructure". Twenty-one states saw such intrusions a year ago, a senior official from the Department of Homeland Security, Jeanette Manfra, said. "By late September, we determined that Internet-connected, election-related networks in 21 states were potentially targeted by Russian government cyber ... Lire la suite »

Google pushes framework for law enforcement access to overseas data


To address these challenges, the USA would first need to reform its laws, and Walker said Google is "pleased to see serious debate" on the matter. The push comes amid growing legal uncertainty, in the United States and across the globe, about how technology firms must comply with government requests for foreign-held data. Lire la suite »

Lawyer: Family seeks justice in police killing

Lyles was black and the two Seattle Police Department officers who responded to the scene were white, according to the Seattle Times . At some point, police said , she displayed a knife and two officers shot and killed her. Police released a four-minute audio recording of the black woman's encounter with the cops . The officers ask her what has been taken and she begins to list certain items that are missing. Lire la suite »

Coupe des Confédérations - L'Allemagne et le Chili se neutralisent

Chaque récupération de balle allumait une mèche offensive. Mais les Allemands se sont aussi fait bouger dans la dernière demi-heure par les Socceroos . Draxler n'ayant pas tremblé en transformant un penalty obtenu par Goretzka (2-1, 44ème). Il faut dire aussi que Rudy s'est bien battu dans l'entrejeu où Vidal s'avérait un sacré client. Lire la suite »

GOP opposition imperils Senate health care bill


There's also been unconfirmed reports of blood on the floor in the hallway. Calling it "mean and heartless legislation", Murray said the bill is "going to gut Medicaid ". That might sound like a minor wonky change, but it's not, says one former Medicaid administrator. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer lashed out against the bill later on the floor, labeling it a tax break for wealthy Americans and warning against the cuts to Medicaid. Lire la suite »