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Deadly Explosion Rips Through Bogota Mall


At least three of the injured were in a serious condition, Penalosa said. More than 500 people were in the building at the time of the explosion which reportedly occurred in the women's bathroom. "France stands at the side of Colombia in this painful moment", the Foreign Ministry said in a statement. Rebel groups condemned the blast and said it was an attempt to undermine their steps along with the government to end Colombia's half-century civil conflict. Lire la suite »

Five GOP senators now oppose health bill, enough to sink it

The Senate bill will begin to rollback Medicaid expansion in 2021 and allow states to opt for waivers for essential health benefits . Heller, who faces a hard re-election fight next year, said he would vote against the bill in its current form but did not rule out supporting a revamped version. Lire la suite »

Theresa May to set out proposals for European Union citizens at European Union summit

Red tape for permanent residency would be cut there would be a two-year grace period to avoid "cliff edge" misfortunes.German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who earlier said she wanted "far-reaching guarantees", described giving full rights to those in Britain for five years as "a good start" but said many questions remained."It is a first good step which we appreciate", said Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern. Lire la suite »

President Trump on Comey tapes - "My story didn't change"

President Donald Trump signaled that he might fire the "very bothersome" special counsel, Robert Mueller , who is investigating his possible ties to Russian Federation. Investigators will also weigh the credibility of Comey against a president who has shown a wobbly commitment to accuracy. "I have no idea whether there are "tapes" or recordings of my conversations with James Comey , but I did not make, and do not have, any such recordings", Trump wrote on Twitter . Lire la suite »

Rand Paul would prefer a Senate health bill that repeals Obamacare

Obviously that means his vote could change once the bill gets amended, but it might be slightly tricky considering his reason for opposing AHCA: Medicaid . ACA: Planned Parenthood eligible for Medicaid reimbursements, but federal money can not fund abortions. The 142-page bill, which includes cuts to Medicaid, would end the individual mandate set up by the ACA , which was a key component that kept the law functioning. Lire la suite »

South Carolina Dem Runs for House Seat on Anti-Nancy Pelosi Platform


It was laughable to watch the Party of Losers come up with reasons for why they never had a chance in Georgia , or say that the margin of victory was an encouraging sign of future Republican weakness. Nancy Pelosi at the Capitol on May 25. Thing is, Ryan's got more of an eye on the real problem: the Democratic brand, which Pelosi in fact embodies perfectly. Lire la suite »

North Korea warns against following 'psychopath' Donald Trump

And he said the North would agree to a temporary stop of exercises too. Trump's administration is considering a ban on Americans visiting North Korea. Pyongyang's undeterred nuclear pursuit has brought it under heavy sanctions imposed by the United Nations as well as other countries, including the US and South Korea. Lire la suite »

Congressional Baseball Practice Shooter Acted Alone, No Ties to Terror Organization


The Illinois man who attacked the Republican congressional baseball team last week took to Google to find information on the Republican convention the night before the shooting, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Hodgkinson obtained the weapons used in the shooting legally, purchasing the rifle in 2003 and the handgun in 2016 from licensed firearms dealers. Hodgkinson has been previously charged with battery, with one incident allegedly involving him aiming a shotgun at a ... Lire la suite »

FBI says airport attacker tried to buy gun in US

Despite being seriously wounded, Neville helped other airport employees to subdue Ftouhi. Gelios says Ftouhi "did want to identify an worldwide airport". US Magistrate Judge Stephanie Dawkins Davis assigned a federal public defender to represent the suspect. "He's a good person , very quiet", his landlord, Luciano Piazza, told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. Lire la suite »

North Korea says it's 'biggest victim' in U.S. student's death

Both sides called on North Korea for to halt its illegal nuclear weapons programme and its ballistic missile test as stipulated in the UN Security Council resolutions. "This pattern of brain injury is usually seen as result of cardiopulmonary arrest where blood supply to the brain is inadequate for a period of time, resulting in the death of brain tissue", Dr. Lire la suite »

What The Man Who Ran Obamacare Thinks About the Republican Health Plan

Sandoval introduced Heller at the press conference with remarks explaining how the Senate bill would lose Nevada hundreds of millions of dollars to cover its low-income population. After a shaky start, the White House hopes the Senate debate will allow Trump to turn the page on health care and get a fresh start on rewriting the tax code, a plan to rebuild roads and bridges, and his promise to strengthen the military - none of which will prove easy to accomplish. Lire la suite »

Mehbooba calls police officer's killing 'murder of trust'

The officer was on frisking duty at Jamia Masjid. He had been outside the mosque for some time and many locals who regularly visited the shrine knew him. Senior ministers Naeem Akhtar, Altaf Bukhari and Haq Khan were also present at the Police Lines besides senior civil, police and paramilitary officers. Lire la suite »

Five London towers evacuated over fire safety fears

Camden Council leader Georgia Gould said if residents had not left their properties after being visited again by officials on Saturday, "it will become a matter for the fire service". Home: People were being temporarily housed at the Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre and Library. Specialist staff are on the ground to assist residents with care needs. Lire la suite »

L'UE accueille fraîchement les propositions de May — Brexit

La première ministre britannique a pour la première fois dévoilé aux Vingt-Sept une partie de ses plans pour la négociation des conditions du départ du Royaume-Uni de l'Union européenne. "En quoi consiste la proposition du gouvernement britannique?" " C'est un premier pas, mais ce pas n'est pas suffisant ", a renchéri le président de la Commission Jean-Claude Juncker. Lire la suite »

Three more arrested in Kashmir cop lynching case


However, the mob overpowered him, stripped him and beat him to death. He is survived by his wife, a daughter and son. Initial investigation revealed that there was an altercation and the officer fired to get away from the mob. "Rather they should make efforts to restore peace and normalcy as killing of any innocent person will be treated as a move aimed at vitiating the atmosphere of peace and tranquility in the State". Lire la suite »

J&K: 3 more arrested for lynching senior police, SIT constituted


The shocking incident happened at a time when Muslims across Kashmir are observing Shab-e-Qadr (the night of power) with night-long prayers and supplications being made inside the mosques and shrines of the valley. Curfew has been imposed in the area instantly. "If they run out of patience, it will be a very hard situation", she said. The incident was followed by pro-Pakistan and pro-militant slogans in the area. Lire la suite »

London high-rise fire caused by faulty freezer; manslaughter charges being considered

Tests so far have found that at. Metropolitan Police say it started in a Hotpoint fridge-freezer with the model number FF175BP on the fourth floor of the tower and spread quickly, per the Evening Standard . She also said police have established the initial cause of the fire was a fridge-freezer in a flat at the fourth level, and that the fire was not started deliberately. Lire la suite »

'Morning Joe' on Trump Administration: Feels Like a 'Developing Dictatorship'


Brzezinski casually mentioned that the closest thing to what Trump has been doing takes place in North Korea, but Joe Scarborough unsuccessfully attempted to move the conversation along. "It seems the stress of the Trump presidency now is really beginning to drag them down and I'm beginning to see way too many emotional breakdowns every day", Hannity said. Lire la suite »

Should the Democrats Replace Nancy Pelosi Just Because She's Extremely Unpopular?

The race for the 6th - a district made up of northern Atlanta suburbs - turned into the most expensive House race in history, with more than $50 million spent by both parties and super PACs. Bill Pascrell, D-N.J. "It was probably one of the more disturbing caucus meetings that I've ever been in". "If we don't, then I think it's incumbent upon her and all of us to reassess who our leadership should be". Lire la suite »