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Nicklas Hjalmarsson passe aux Coyotes

Les Blackhawks ont également obtenu le gardien Anton Forsberg et un choix de cinquième ronde en 2018 en retour des attaquants Panarin et Tyler Motte et d'un choix de sixième ronde, samedi. Pour sa part, Murphy a totalisé 17 points, dont deux buts, en 77 sorties avec l'Arizona lors du plus récent calendrier régulier. En 2016-2017, il a amassé cinq buts et 13 mentions d'aide pour 18 points en 73 affrontements, tout en maintenant un différentiel de +12. Lire la suite »

Opposition's Presidential nominee Meira Kumar - 'A sacrificial goat' ?


RJD: Lalu Prasad Yadav's party has clearly shown its support for Kumar. The presidential candidate of the 17-party Opposition conglomerate, Meira Kumar , on Friday said the coming polls for the highest constitutional office of the country was a fight between different ideologies and appealed to all political parties to vote on the basis of cherished values of social justice and inclusiveness. Lire la suite »

Tusk says British offer on expats' rights "below expectations"

Proposals were unveiled at a summit of the European Council in Brussels . British Prime Minister Theresa May , left, speaks with Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, right, and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte during a round table meeting at an EU Summit in Brussels on Friday, June 23, 2017. Lire la suite »

Deputy CM for implementation of GST in J&K


The traders warned that "mixing political issues with the economy of the state will be detrimental for overall growth of the state". The Deputy Chief Minister reassured the Chamber that the government is serious on the implementation of GST and the needful will be done soon. Lire la suite »

Russia fires missiles from Mediterranean at IS in Syria

Following the downing of a Syrian warplane on Sunday by USA forces, Russia, which is a close ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad warned that planes flying west of the Euphrates River will be "air targets". Next, U.S. forces shell some pro-government fighters who are going after Islamic State. Relations between Russian Federation and the US are now at a nadir-by the Kremlin and the White House's own admission- since the USA bombed a Syrian regime airfield in April. Lire la suite »

Here's What to Watch as the Senate Fights Over Healthcare Reform


The plan will eliminate the individual mandate which forces people to buy health insurance or pay a penalty. And Obama called on Americans to lobby their senators, in order to slow down the Republican bill's consideration and pressure GOP lawmakers into negotiating with Democrats on the proposal. Lire la suite »

May's deal with DUP unlikely this week - DUP source

Since talks began with the DUP nearly two weeks ago in the chaos following May's unexpected loss of her majority, the negotiations have followed an uncertain course with conflicting signals about whether a deal would be struck. Arlene Foster's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) is reportedly demanding billions be pumped into Northern Ireland in exchange for Tory political support. Lire la suite »

La garde internationale de Contador ans l'équipe Trek — Tour de France


En montagne, le "Pistolero" pourra s'appuyer sur le Colombien Jarlinson Pantano, très en vue l'an dernier dans le Tour (victoire d'étape à Culoz), et le Néerlandais Bauke Mollema. L'équipe Trek-Segafredo pourra également jouer les sprints, avec l'Allemand John Degenkolb, vainqueur de onze étapes sur la Vuelta et le Giro, mais aucune sur le Tour de France. Lire la suite »

Public Theater Stands Behind Trump-Inspired 'Julius Caesar'

The credit card's sponsored banner on The Public Theater's Shakespeare in the Park site was scrubbed at 3:30 pm Monday afternoon. American Express initially said it would stick by the Public Theater, but said in a statement before deciding to pull its ad: "We do not condone this interpretation of the play". Lire la suite »

US House panel wants formal response from Trump on Comey tapes

Never one for deep reflection, Donald Trump missed the signs of Comey's true character and deemed him a "showboat". Yet the president did not rule out the possibility that recordings exist - with Comey or anyone else. Trump also appeared to agree with Fox host Ainsley Earhardt's suggestion that his initial tweet was meant to keep Comey honest before he shared his accounts of conversations with lawmakers. Lire la suite »

British offer on citizens' rights is 'below expectations — European Union chief


For the UK, " Brexit means Brexit " means an end to the jurisdiction of "European judges". "She hasn't been clear enough for me", said 26-year-old Italian cafe worker Michele Paoletti. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said it was a " first step, but not sufficient ", while the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt said: "May's "generous offer" does not fully guarantee the rights of EU citizens living in the United Kingdom". Lire la suite »

Rand Paul Doesn't Support GOP Health Bill

When we eliminate the individual mandate, you'll see more people as free citizens making a decision to not have Obamacare insurance but certainly have more freedom. In Kentucky, five companies that sold insurance on Kentucky's health exchange in 2016 pulled out of the program for 2017. Cruz, who has a history of creating trouble for GOP leaders, has positioned himself in recent weeks as something of a consensus-builder within the Senate GOP conference on health care. Lire la suite »

Korea: US Nuke Envoy's N. Korea Visit was Purely Humanitarian


You may remember footage of Warmbier sobbing as he " confessed " his crime on North Korean state television. "Otto has left North Korea ". Authorities accused him of attempting to steal a piece of propaganda art from a hotel and later sentenced him to 15 years in prison for "hostile acts against the state". Lire la suite »

Nitish backs NDA's presidential nominee

A day after he was named the NDA's presidential candidate, Mr Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday resigned as governor of Bihar, which was accepted by President Pranab Mukherjee. A low profile Dalit activist who held various organisational positions in the BJP, Kovind, 71, was made the Bihar Governor in 2015 after the NDA came to power in May 2014. Lire la suite »

Macron's party wins landslide majority in parliament: final results


Low voter turnout didn't help France's established parties. Addressing concerns about an unfettered presidency, Macron has welcomed debate and compromise from within his movement, which reflects all shades of moderate opinion. Marine Le Pen has said that whilst Macron may have won a large parliamentary majority, "he must know that his ideas are not of the majority in the country and that the French will not support a project that weakens our nation". Lire la suite »

Cindy Brings Flood Of Trouble To Gulf Coast


The agency is predicting maximum sustained wind speeds of close to 40 mph and says "tropical-storm-force winds" will extend around the center of the storm by as many as 70 miles to the southeast and southwest of its center. And in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, there was another worry in a neighborhood where streets, and a few homes, had flooded Thursday morning. Weather forecasters are expecting a third day of rough weather for Gulf Coast states as Tropical Storm Cindy approaches. Lire la suite »

Lawyers seek to free inmate featured in 'Making a Murderer'


Brendan Dassey's 2007 conviction was based largely on his confession, but a federal court ruled in August 2016 that detectives coerced that confession from him. The state has 90 days to decide whether or not to retry Dassey. He added, "We continue to send our condolences to the Halbach family as they have to suffer through another attempt by Mr. Lire la suite »

13 ways the Senate GOP health-care plan could impact MI


Four conservative senators, Rand Paul of Kentucky, Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, announced that they would oppose it without changes - more than enough to bring it down. America is better than that; we can take care of vulnerable Americans and still have a growing economy for the middle class and keep our country safe. Lire la suite »

US Shoots Down Drone Near Iraqi-Syrian Border

More than 170 "terrorists" including some commanders were killed in the missile strike, their statement said. Regime air and artillery bombardments hit rebel-held areas of the Syrian city of Daraa, on the border with Jordan, on Tuesday after a two-day ceasefire expired, witnesses, rebels and the army said. Lire la suite »

Leaked parts pieced together to show us Apple's iPhone 8

Investment firm Cowen & Co. has claimed that Apple is yet to finalise plans for the implementation of Touch ID on iPhone 8, as per a memo received by CNET . From the iPhone 8 hands-on time in the video we see it from every angle and it looks it matches up to rumours so far. What makes this even more valid is the fact that it takes the same size and shape of the physical button, but of course, it doesn't support fingerprint authentication as with the case of the Touch ID. Lire la suite »

London police confirm deadly high rise fire began in an apartment fridge


Detective Superintendent Fiona McCormick of the Metropolitan Police, which is leading the investigation, said the fire started with an apartment refrigerator and was not deliberately set. "The Home Office has assured us that they are not interested in people's immigration status and we are not interested in looking at that", McCormack said. Lire la suite »

Le "dépeceur de Montréal" Luka Magnotta va se marier


La noce aura lieu le 26 juin dans leur prison de Port-Cartier, où ils se sont rencontrés en 2015. Paraissant obsédé par son image, il avait cherché pendant plusieurs années à se faire connaître sur internet en affichant ses photos, vidéos et messages écrits. Lire la suite »

ISIS leader may have died in airstrike near Raqqa — Russian military


Raqqa is under siege by dictator Bashar al-Assad's Syrian military, supported by Russian airpower and Iran-backed Shiite militias, including the narco-terrorist group Hezbollah, as well as the USA armed forces and their allies. Russian Federation began bombing ISIS in Syria in September 2015, in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. That is partly why the news was met with skepticism. Lire la suite »