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Queen's speech does not mention Trump's United Kingdom visit


May could be forced to resign if she loses the vote, expected on June 29, just as the country embarks on highly sensitive negotiations for Britain's withdrawal from the European Union. In terms of non-Brexit-related measures, the speech outlines a space industry bill to create new powers to license a range of commercial space flights. Lire la suite »

North Korea tests rocket engine linked to nuclear missile programme


The North's missile tests present a hard challenge to Moon, a liberal who took office in May and has expressed a desire to reach out to Pyongyang. "South Korea is one of the United States' most important allies in the world, with our two countries sharing a number of security, diplomatic, economic and cultural ties", said Cardin, ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Lire la suite »

" "Les propositions de May sont " en deçà des attentes " européennes — Brexit


La Première ministre britannique Theresa May , qui s'est dite prête à renoncer à un accord de retrait plutôt que d'obtenir un " mauvais accord", se présente fragilisée devant ses homologues, privée de majorité parlementaire après des élections qu'elle avait pourtant elle-même convoquées dans l'espoir de renforcer sa main dans les tractations à venir. Lire la suite »

Trump admin set to OK surveillance drone sale to India

It is notable that Russian Federation has already offered this deal to India, building on its lease of a nuclear-powered submarine to India. There is no formal agenda for the talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump when they meet in Washington on Sunday in keeping with the latter's functioning style that has also resulted in the American administration giving confusing and contradictory signals on Pakistan, an Indian analyst here said. Lire la suite »

UK May Reverse Brexit As It Nears Tipping Point — George Soros


In their June 2016 referendum, the majority of the British citizens voted in favor of Brexit (51.9% to 48.1%). THERESA MAY will tell European leaders her plan to offer European Union citizens living in the United Kingdom safeguards over their rights later this week after Brussels insisted the issue must be settled before talks on future trade relations can get under way. Lire la suite »

Moon observes test of new S. Korean missile

US officials have warned that North Korea is on the path to successfully developing an ICMB capable of hitting the United States unless something changes. Tensions spiked once again last week when U.S. student Otto Warmbier who was serving a hard labour sentence in North Korea for stealing a propaganda sign, died shortly after returning home in a coma. Lire la suite »

76ers enlist Fultz; Lakers sign up Ball

So even before they made it official last night, it seemed that the Sixers and Markelle Fultz was a match made in heaven. Picking in the third spot one year ago, the Boston Celtics selected swingman Jaylen Brown, who developed into an important role player as the Celtics finished the regular season with the best record in the Eastern Conference. Lire la suite »

A look at the Alaska special legislative session


JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The Alaska Legislature remains on pace for a statewide government shutdown as lawmakers renew discussions they hope will bridge the gap between the House and Senate. This was the second time in three years that a budget fight resulted in thousands of state workers receiving such warnings. After being voted on and approved by the House and Senate, the bill will now be sent to Gov. Lire la suite »

MI airport attacker tried to buy gun, claims Federal Bureau of Investigation


The exact location Ftouhi attempted to purchase the gun was is now unclear. Investigators say Ftouhi managed to purchase a knife in the U.S. The dual citizen of Canada and Tunisia is accused of stabbing airport police Lt. FBI Special Agent in Charge David Gelios says Ftouhi came to the USA searching for a weapon. He claimed that he had no mental, health, drug or alcohol problems. Lire la suite »

White House Says Hopeful Healthcare Reform To Be Completed By August

While some voices at conservative media outlets have criticised the sketch session, CNN is arguing that it "did serve a journalistic goal, in the same way that courtroom sketches do". "We have urged the White House not to replace on-camera briefings with 'gaggles, ' not-for-broadcast question-and-answer sessions", Mason wrote . The White House had held just three on-camera briefings over the past three weeks. Lire la suite »

Police officer's lynching 'marks new low' in J&K: Rahul


Three people have been arrested this morning for the brutal killing of police officer Mohammed Ayub Pandith by a mob in Srinagar , taking the number of arrests in the case to five. "If they run out of patience, it will be a very hard situation", she said. As a precautionary measure, the authorities have already announced restrictions on the movement of people in seven police station areas of the city. Lire la suite »

Theresa May perd ses deux éminences grises


La Première ministre conservatriceTheresa May est sous pression ce vendredi, après la perte par son parti conservateur de la majorité absolue au Parlement britannique , un résultat qui plonge le pays dans l'incertitude avant l'ouverture des négociations du Brexit . Lire la suite »

Marker honors interracial couple who changed law

The Supreme Court's unanimous decision struck down the Virginia law and similar statutes in roughly one-third of the states. Fifty years ago today, the Supreme Court of the United States abolished all laws that prohibited interracial marriage . Lire la suite »

Will uphold dignity of Presidency: Kovind


Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday made it abundantly clear that his party will not change its stand on supporting RSS candidate for the President's post. While the NDA has chosen Ram Nath Kovind as its candidate, the Opposition has gone for Meira Kumar. "We did not insist on a discussion on this point", Communist Party of India General Secretary S. Lire la suite »

Trump is 'very supportive' of Senate healthcare bill -White House

Notice how he towers over the podium in the sketch whereas in reality it wouldn't be uncalled for the get him a little step stool. Over the course of this last week, CNN's Senior White House Correspondent, Jim Acosta has been one of the more vocal reporters attending the briefings, going as far tweeting, "The White House press secretary is getting to a point where he's just kind of useless". Lire la suite »

North Korea conducts another missile test

On Friday a South Korean military official told local news service Newsis the army is "keeping a close watch" on the development and that it is investigating the plausibility of an intercontinental ballistic missile engine test. They also said that military options for North Korea have recently been updated, and will be presented to President Donald Trump for a decision to act if there is a nuclear test. Lire la suite »

North Korea conducts rocket engine test

After the launch at a military test site on the southwest coast, Moon said it was important for South Korea to maintain military capability that could "dominate" North Korea in order to maintain peace on the peninsula and for future engagement policies with the North to be effective, his spokesman Park Soo-hyun said. Lire la suite »

Le MoDem quitte le gouvernement — France

Suite aux élections législatives, le gouvernement de Macron a été remanié. Le ministre de la Justice François Bayrou a annoncé mercredi 21 juin son départ du gouvernement. Il a "toute sa place dans l'action publique et donc évidemment dans notre action gouvernementale, à condition qu'il valide, qu'il s'engage sur le projet présidentiel", a déclaré le porte-parole du gouvernement. Lire la suite »

Could Lensless Cameras Be The Future?


It's the camera that limits the thickness of cell phones, because of the required mechanics of the lens, but with this new technology these lenses could be dispensed with. In the past year, Hajimiri's team introduced a one-dimensional version of the camera that was capable of detecting images in a line, such that it behaved like a lensless barcode reader but without any mechanically moving parts. Lire la suite »

North Korea test-fires another rocket

Top U.S. senators who led the introduction of a resolution welcoming South Korean President Moon Jae-in's first official visit to the United States issued a separate statement Friday reiterating their calls for closer cooperation on North Korea and other issues. Lire la suite »

Un homme abattu dans le XVe arrondissement — Paris


La victime se serait trouvé dans le parc des Périchaux au moment où un individu s'est approché de lui, une arme à la main. Le meurtrier présumé, un homme âgé d'une trentaine d'années selon des témoins, a pris la fuite en courant après les faits. Lire la suite »

US Seeks China's Help on North Korea, Ignoring Trump's Tweet

On the question of the South China Sea , " our understanding of the problem is very different from theirs ", Mattis acknowledged. The Chinese state-run Global Times warned in an editorial that if Washington imposes sanctions against Chinese enterprises "it will lead to grave friction between China and the U.S". Lire la suite »