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Portugal : deux bergers de Fatima déclarés saints par le pape


Ce samedi, le pape François, en déplacement à Fatima au Portugal, a canonisé deux petits bergers, Francisco Marto et sa soeur Jacinta, au cours d'une longue célébration à laquelle 500.000 fidèles ont participé. Le Saint-Siège s'est longtemps montré extrêmement frileux sur les nombreux écrits de l'unique survivante, vite éloignée de Fatima et qui deviendra une religieuse carmélite. Lire la suite »

Texas Senate Votes to Give Immigration Lockups Child Care Licenses

House Bill 122 , also known as the "raise the age" bill, would raise the age of criminal responsibility in Texas from 17 to 18, meaning people would be treated as adults in the criminal justice system only after turning 18. John Whitmire, D-Houston, has said the time isn't right to raise the age because questions linger about safety and how to pay for moving 17-year-olds into the juvenile justice system. Lire la suite »

Election Night Sends BC Down Unmapped Road

Should the Liberals win that seat, the party would have a majority - but if the seat stays with the NDP, the New Democrats and Green Party could hypothetically form a coalition or governing arrangement that would make NDP Leader John Horgan the premier. Lire la suite »

Amtrak Engineer Charged With Manslaughter for 2015 Crash

Emergency personnel work at the scene of a deadly Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia in 2015. The statute of limitations for charges of reckless endangerment expires today. 'That was clearly wrong, as evidenced by the attorney general not only reversing course but adding charges, ' he said. Investigators found no evidence that Bostian had been on his phone at the time of the crash, or that a bullet had been fired as first reported. Lire la suite »

Spanish companies hit by ransomware cyber attack

Reports in Spanish media suggested employees had been told to shut down their computers after the company was attacked with ransomware, a type of software which hijacks files until the company pays a ransom. A window appeared on screens of infected computers that demanded payment with the digital currency bitcoin in order to regain access to files, a Telefonica spokesman said. Lire la suite »

Trump deletes tweet calling Palestinian leader's visit 'an honor'

There have been no serious negotiations since gaps widened with the 2009 election of Benjamin Netanyahu as Israel's prime minister. This has been at the background of the visit of the Palestinian Leader this week to the White House that witnessed the Trump administration promising to broker the long awaited and toughest deal for peace in history. Lire la suite »

Dozens of countries hit by 'unprecedented' cyber attack


An exterior view shows the main entrance of St Bartholomew's Hospital, in London, one of the hospitals whose computer systems were affected by a cyberattack, Friday, May 12, 2017. Police have provided advice to Ministry of Health officials on how to protect themselves from the malware. People who are running unpatched machines should take action immediately. Lire la suite »

Trump's Tax Returns Show No Russian Income, 'With A Few Exceptions'

US President Donald Trump has said that he might release his tax returns once his tenure ends. On its face, this certainly tends to put to rest some fears and concerns that have been raised about Trump's potential business ties to Russian Federation and especially it's heavily government-controlled banking sector. Lire la suite »

Cyber attack hits 200000 in at least 150 countries - Europol

The exploit, known as "EternalBlue" or "MS17-010", took advantage of a vulnerability in the Microsoft software that reportedly had been discovered and developed by the U.S. The attack held hospitals and other entities hostage by freezing computers, encrypting their data and demanding money through online bitcoin payment - $300 at first, rising to $600 before it destroys files hours later. Lire la suite »

Police Identify Kirkersville Shooter And Victims

The hostages escaped unharmed. After spotting the suspect, he engaged with the alleged shooter, Thorp said. According to 911 dispatchers, an active shooter situation was reported in the 200 block East Main Street in Kirkersville at Pine Kirk Care Center. Lire la suite »

Mom hits son who didn't give her Mother's Day card


Shontrell Murphy's daughter told police that her mother hit her brother because he made a Mother's Day for their grandmother, Tracey Murphy, but not one for their mother. WBRC reported that officials recovered a handwritten card ripped to pieces at the scene. Cops were called to Murphy's house in Spartansurg, S.C., and found the grandmother and her grandson, who was crying, local Fox affiliate WBRC reported. Lire la suite »

Wenger: We had to 'suffer and stick together'


The Frenchman started and finished the scoring to take his tally to 16 for the season as the Gunners continued their rich-vein of form with a sixth win in seven outings in all competitions. City got two big breaks on its way to victory over the deposed champions. Mahrez took it himself but slipped as he shot, kicking the ball against his standing foot and into the net. Lire la suite »

Torch-wielding mob stages rally to protest the removal of racist imagery

Our media partners at the Daily Progress report the protesters were carrying torches, even chanting "You will not replace us", " Russia is our friend ", and "Blood and soil". "We are a welcoming city, but such intolerance is not welcome here", he wrote. "We are simply just white people that love our heritage, our culture, our European identity", protester Orry Von Dize told an audience gathered at Jackson Park. Lire la suite »

Latest General Election 2017 poll shows Tories hold 16-point lead

Mr Watson told The Guardian: "If we get to 8 June and (Theresa May) still commands the lead in the polls she had at the start of the election, she will command a Margaret Thatcher-style majority". "And pandering to an erratic Trump administration will not deliver stability", he added, in reference to May's "strong and stable leadership" election campaign mantra. Lire la suite »

UK Conservatives have 15 point lead over Labour - Opinium poll

Britain's Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaking about national security and foreign policy at Chatham House in London, Friday May 12, 2017. LONDON (AP) - Britain's main opposition leader on Friday accused Prime Minister Theresa May of pandering to an "erratic" us administration, as defense and security took center-stage in the United Kingdom election campaign. Lire la suite »

North Korea test-fires missile in bid to test South, US


Japanese officials, however, said the missile flew for about 30 minutes, traveling about 800 kilometers (500 miles) and reaching an altitude of 2,000 kilometers (1,240 miles) - a flight pattern that could indicate a new type of missile. Security Council resolutions, his office said. "US Pacific Command is fully committed to working closely with our Republic of Korea and Japanese allies to maintain security", a spokesperson said, referring to South Korea by its official name. Lire la suite »

Le gouvernement Cazeneuve a officiellement démissionné — Election de Macron

Le marathon d'Emmanuel Macron se poursuivra à 17 heures à l'Hôtel de Ville de Paris avec une nouvelle cérémonie, toute aussi traditionnelle, où il sera reçu par la maire PS Anne Hidalgo . La passation de pouvoir est avant tout affaire de symboles. Selon les tweets de ses soutiens, le jeune président centriste a été accueilli "triomphalement" par les candidats auxquels il a lancé: "Vous êtes les nouveaux visages de la politique française". Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron takes power as French president


Macron becomes the youngest post-war French leader and the first to be born after 1958, when President Charles de Gaulle put in place the country's Fifth Republic. In seats held by people who are potential allies it is holding back from putting forward a REM candidate, for the time being. Macron beat the National Front's Marine Le Pen in a May 7 run-off vote but the long campaign exposed deep divisions over France's role in Europe, immigration, and policies to revive a sluggish economy ... Lire la suite »

Conte leads Chelsea to EPL title, but will he stay next season?


Monaco's Tiemoue Bakayoko and Atalanta's Franck Kessie are players that Conte likes, but he boasts an abundance of riches in that position already, with Nemanja Matic, N'Golo Kante and Cesc Fabregas competing for two spots. For a club that can be toxic and leaky, there have been few flashpoints this season in the first year under Conte. In goal, Chelsea will nearly certainly lose Asmir Begovic, who wants first-team football as soon as possible as he has grown disillusioned with his ... Lire la suite »

Le pape canonise deux petits bergers à Fatima — Portugal

Francisco et Jacinta, emportés par la grippe espagnole à l'âge de dix et neuf ans respectivement, deviendront ainsi les plus jeunes saints de l'histoire de l'Eglise catholique qui ne sont pas morts en martyrs. Miracle ou hallucination collective renforcée par un phénomène naturel? Les avis divergent parmi les prélats catholiques. L'épisode sera en tout cas décisif pour que l'Eglise déclare en 1930 les apparitions dignes de foi et autorise le culte de Notre-Dame de Fatima. Lire la suite »

Pope Francis Just Declared 2 Portuguese Children Saints

They are the youngest saints of the Church who were not martyrs. And the parents of a Brazilian boy say he healed at lightning speed after falling more than six metres from a window in 2013, after they prayed to Jacinta and Francisco. His medically inexplicable healing was the "miracle" needed for the siblings Francisco and Jacinta Marto to be canonized. She is being considered for possible beatification, but the process could only start five years after her death and has yet to be concluded. Lire la suite »