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Trump speaks to Qatar's ruler amid Gulf crisis


Unprecedented measures taken by the United Arab Emirates and other nations against Qatar aim to pressure Doha into drastic policy changes, a senior U.A.E. An annual phone call to mark the start of the holy Islamic month of Ramadan between Tamim and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on May 27 aggravated the situation further. Lire la suite »

U.S. urges China to do more to restrain North Korea


His family says it was told he had been in a coma since soon after his sentencing. Kanter said Warmbier was breathing on his own at the time and his vital signs were normal, but he could not speak or move voluntarily. Security Council resolution this month and additional sanctions. It was when he was leaving the country on January 2, 2016 that he was detained by law enforcement. Lire la suite »

Florida adds former NHL MVP Chris Pronger to front office


Pronger, 42, joins the Panthers after spending the past three years with the NHL's Department of Player Safety. Pronger was quick to return the compliment. Philadelphia traded his contract to Arizona in the summer of 2015. The physical defenceman recorded 698 points over his 18-year National Hockey League career with the Hartford Whalers, St. Lire la suite »

Nigerians deported from Europe


Have you read Trendiee Today? Joseph Alabi, spokesman of the Lagos airport police command, confirmed the development to NAN. "The deportees were alleged to have committed immigration-related offences in their host countries such as over staying their entry visas". Lire la suite »

Gergen: Special election victories show Trump could beat Dems in 2020

In the aftermath of the Georgia election - which was the fourth Democratic special-election loss in as many contests since President Donald Trump's inauguration - some Democrats have said that the party is lacking competent leadership, also citing former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's loss to Trump past year. Lire la suite »

Scalise Shooter Googled '2017 Republican Convention' Night Before Attack


He had a paper with six Republican lawmakers' names. Perhaps the most suspicious of his pre-attack activities was the attention he paid to a local storage unit he had rented in Alexandria, where investigators recovered more than 200 rounds of ammunition and additional components for the 7.62-caliber SKS rifle he wielded during the assault. Lire la suite »

Elina Svitolina eliminated at Aegon Classic


Johanna Konta believes her Wimbledon preparations are still on track despite a disappointing Aegon Classic second-round defeat to Coco Vandeweghe . "In my career it's always been big like this, so I try to look at this way". But today the court was slippery and it's so bad for my foot. Garbine Muguruza had no such problems as she thrashed Alison Riske 6-1 6-4, the former Wimbledon finalist hitting 26 winners in the match and only losing her serve once. Lire la suite »

ISIS-linked militants attack Philippines village, take hostages


The military continues to conduct clearing operations and civilians are still barred from entering the area due to improvised explosive devices planted by the biff . "We may be facing many fronts. but we've properly assigned our forces". Weakened by battle setbacks, some commanders have aligned themselves with the Islamic State group in the hope of securing funding from the Middle East-based group, according to the military. Lire la suite »

Trois Marocains arrêtés à Madrid — Terrorisme


La police nationale espagnole a procédé, mercredi à Madrid , à l'arrestation de trois individus de nationalité marocaine, " dont un (32 ans) avait intégré l'organisation terroriste Daech et se trouvait dans un état de radicalisation avancé", indique le ministère espagnol de l'Intérieur. Lire la suite »

Hundreds mourn student who'd been held in North Korea

He will then be buried in Cincinnati's Oak Hill Cemetery. Justin Weber told The Associated Press that a news conference is expected later to provide more information. "Once he started working with Otto, he couldn't wait to go", Cain said. North Korean officials claimed Warmbier fell into a coma in March past year due to botulism and a sleeping pill. Lire la suite »

JCPenney aims to hire 400 workers throughout Tampa Bay


Positions are available in customer service and support positions, including cashier, replenishment specialist, SEPHORA inside JCPenney beauty consultant and more. "As always, JCPenney salon stylists enjoy perks such as paid artistic training, health benefits for full-time stylists, paid time off and 401K eligibility". Lire la suite »

Downtown Vigil Planned For Slain Muslim Girl Nabra Hassanen


He's from El Salvador. Hassanen's father told CNN earlier this week that he thinks his daughter was killed because she was wearing an abaya, a traditional black cloak. Her grieving mother said to the Washington Post that the murder seems completely senseless. Road rage was the alleged motive behind the slaying, police said. Lire la suite »

Twitter reacts to Putin offering Comey asylum

He appears to have relished a chance at payback in 2016 through interference with the US election. Putin added "we'll hope that the guys play with full commitment, like real warriors and athletes, to at least please the fans with their effort to win". Lire la suite »

Karnan sent back to correctional home


Dressed in a full-sleeved white shirt and trousers, Karnan came out of the airport escorted by policemen in civil dress. "His (Karnan's) medical tests were completed at the airport and he was taken straightaway to the jail", the officer said. Lire la suite »

Flash Flood Watch in effect starting 2 am Friday


Periods of rain and thunderstorms will continue to cross the area into Saturday morning. Flash flooding will develop mainly over the south central Indiana. Much of the area will see at least an inch of rain through Friday night. Counties under a flood watch include Lowndes, Winston, Noxubee, Neshoba, Kemper, Scott, Newton, Lauderdale, Simpson, Smith, Jasper and Clarke. Lire la suite »

Murkowski reviewing Senate Republican health care bill

Senators had been weighing keeping some of ObamaCare's taxes for longer than the House bill in order to help pay for their measure. "Unfortunately, that is what they have done". While a waiver option for that mandate was included in the House bill, the Senate legislation doesn't go that far. Brewer said the Senate plan released Thursday would harm the state's most vulnerable citizens, including children, seniors and the disabled . Lire la suite »

EU Leaders Remain Committed to Paris Climate Deal After US Rollback

And they add that the U.S. withdrawal makes that likelihood increase. "The Global Covenant of Mayors is excited to partner with Mayor Emmanuel and the City of Chicago on this important summit that will showcase the remarkable city leadership on climate change that has emerged in North America", said Christiana Figueres of the Global Covenant. Lire la suite »

Trump says he does not have tapes of Comey meetings

The White House had said Trump would likely clarify whether he had tapes of Comey by the end of this week. The House Intelligence Committee investigating Russian meddling in the presidential election has sought information on whether the tapes exist. Lire la suite »

Tornado Warning over for Marshall County


The third tornado struck the Madison County area around 5:50 p.m., causing minor damage to trees in the area. Residents in the area should seek shelter. A brief, weak tornado is likely. Avoid windows. If you are outdoors, in a mobile home, or in a vehicle, move to the closest substantial shelter and protect yourself from flying debris. Lire la suite »

Teenage Muslim girl beaten to death in US


After the teen's funeral and burial, Fairfax County Police Chief Edwin Roessler Jr. spoke with The Associated Press about the community's concerns. Rizwan Jaka, spokesman for the ADAMS Center in Sterling, said he expected anywhere from 2,000 to 4,000 people to attend the funeral services for Nabra Hassanen . Lire la suite »

Gunman acted alone in Alexandria shooting


Agents said they aren't sure whether the shooting was a spontaneous or a planned event, but that it now seems to have been more spontaneous. Rep. Steve Scalise, the House majority whip, was gravely wounded in the shooting last week. He'd told a family member he was traveling to Washington without providing any additional information, said Slater. Before he left IL in March, police had been called to his home for complaints he was conducting target practice on his property, Slater said. Lire la suite »