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"Un peu insultant" d'avoir Ferrand et Sarnez présidents de groupe — Accoyer

Selon l'interlocuteur de Sputnik, les démissions récentes de Sylvie Goulard , François Bayrou , Marielle de Sarnez et Richard Ferrand illustrent parfaitement la volonté de concrétiser ce renouveau. Il se trouve que cet ancien collaborateur travaille aujourd'hui pour Anne Hidalgo à la mairie de Paris, dans un climat de tensions entre le MoDem et la mairie. Read More »

Tusk Says May Plan Would Reduce Rights of EU Citizens in UK

Citizens from all 28 European Union nations now have the right to live in any of the countries without a visa. British Prime Minister Theresa May said her offer to guarantee the rights of European Union citizens living in Britain after Brexit was "very fair and very serious", but her European Union peers were skeptical, with Belgium's leader saying it could contain a nasty "cat-in-the-bag" surprise. Read More »

Suspected tornado: 1 hurt, businesses flattened in Alabama

Gulf Coast states. The severe weather, which was blamed for recent coastal flooding in the Deep South, tornadoes and one death, is rumbling closer to the densely populated East Coast. Heavy rainfall associated with remnants of the storm caused scattered street flooding across central and southern IN on Friday. At this point, it is expected that heavy rain will be on Wednesday and Thursday from eastern Louisiana to the Florida panhandle. Read More »

11 people killed in Pakistan blast


The officials in Parachinar said that the blasts on the last Friday of the holy month of Ramazan particularly targeted people shopping in the area and those who were heading out of the city to meet their friends and family ahead of Eid. "Eleven people have died . and at least 20 others are injured", Fareed Ahmed, medical superintendent at Civil Hospital told AFP, saying the death toll had increased from five earlier in the morning. Read More »

London Tower Blaze Started In Fridge-Freezer

McCormack said that in view of the heavy death toll, police were considering manslaughter charges over the disaster. Whirlpool said 64,000 of the fridges were manufactured by Indesit between 2006 and 2009, when the model was discontinued, several years before Whirlpool acquired the company. Read More »

Le Premier ministre Edouard Philippe a dévoilé le nouveau gouvernement français

Le témoignage de cet ancien permanent du parti qui s'était rallié avec fracas à la candidate PS Anne Hidalgo pendant la campagne des municipales à Paris en 2014, a entraîné l'ouverture d'une enquête préliminaire le 9 juin pour "abus de confiance et recel de ce délit", consacrée au MoDem, qui a envoyé six élus au Parlement de Strasbourg entre 2009-2014. Read More »

Frustrated Dems face steep challenge to unseat Pelosi


On MSNBC's "Morning Joe", Ryan predicted it would be hard for Democrats to win back the House with Pelosi as Minority Leader. Maybe. But the fact that Karen Handel won anyway, in a suburban Atlanta district Trump carried by only 1.5 points, also shows the muscle-building incline Democrats face in attempting to flip the House . Read More »

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

Now President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress are pushing through a plan that would take health care away from 23 million people - including numerous 4 million newly insured small business owners, employees, and self-employed entrepreneurs like my wife and me. Read More »

Tensions soar over Warmbier's death, North Korea calls Trump a 'psychopath'

In an apparent attempt to smooth tensions, Mattis said that China and the USA have the same end goals in mind when it comes to North Korea. U.S. President Donald Trump has said thank you and goodbye to China over Twitter, suggesting that the brief friendship between Washington and Beijing may be on the rocks during the ongoing furore over Chinese ally North Korea. Read More »

North Korea denies torturing USA student Otto Warmbier

He will be buried at a nonsectarian cemetery. "It is our sad duty to report that our son, Otto Warmbier , has completed his journey home". The family spokesman, Mickey Bergman, told The Times of Israel that the family chose not to disclose Warmbier's Judaism as negotiations went forward so as not to embarrass North Korea , which had announced that Warmbier stole the poster on orders from the Friendship United Methodist Church in Wyoming, Ohio. Read More »

China needs to exert 'much greater pressure' on N. Korea

If the US were to take military action, potential targets could be North Korea's airfields in Hwangju, Kusong, and Wonsan provinces that have been used over the past year to test new longer-range missiles. Beforehand, China said it was hoping for "positive outcomes" from Wednesday's dialogue. Trump - who frequently denounced China on the campaign trail - has turned to Beijing to help pressure its ally North Korea, prompting concern among Asian partners that America might go easy on the ... Read More »

Sonic Mania is getting its own vinyl soundtrack

For the past few years Sega has been collaborating with vinyl manufacturer Data Discs to release many of its soundtracks on the classic music format. Sonic Mania will come to the PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC on August 15, 2017. Sonic Mania releases August 15 on PC, with it now going for 10% off on Steam if you pre-order before its launch. Read More »

See how House, Senate health care bills stack up

Nevada Senator Dean Heller announced he will not vote for the American Health Care Act as it is now written, making him the fifth GOP senator to say they won't vote for the bill since it was released Thursday morning. Caroline Pearson, a senior vice president of the consulting firm Avalare Health, said the Senate subsidies would be smaller than Obama's because they're keyed to the cost of a bare-bones plan and because additional help now provided for deductibles and copayments would ... Read More »

Trump vote proves resilient in Georgia special election win

Tim Ryan criticized his party's brand, their outreach to voters and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi . They believe that the president is being underestimated yet again, just as he was when polls predicted his defeat in the crucial states that determined the outcome of the presidential election. Read More »

The aftermath of Tropical Storm Cindy

A 10-year-old boy from Missouri died Wednesday after a log struck him outside a beachfront condo in Fort Morgan, Alabama , the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office said . Several coastal roads and highways flooded, and there were scattered reports of power outages and building damage caused by wind and water. The city tweeted that crews are searching the areas now before taking cover again.Wide areas are without power and stoplights are not working. Read More »

AAP MLAs have no right to continue as lawmakers: BJP


The commission said it did not find anything in the Delhi High Court order, dated September 8, 2016, that said it set aside not only the appointments of the MLAs as parliamentary secretaries, but also the creation of those posts. "The EC's order should not be misinterpreted". In 2015, the AAP government passed an amendment to the Delhi Members of Legislative Assembly (Removal of Disqualification) Act, 1997, to exempt the post of Parliamentary Secretary from the definition of office of ... Read More »

Lynch: Reduce cost on health plans


Facing unanimous Democratic opposition, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell must get yes votes from 50 of the 52 GOP senators to avoid a defeat that would be a major embarrassment to President Donald Trump and the entire Republican Party. Read More »

North Korea 'top security threat,' US & China officials agree

Otto Warmbier , an American college student who was released by North Korea in a coma last week after nearly a year and a half in captivity, died Monday, June 19, his family said. The United States, South Korea and others often accuse North Korea of using foreign detainees to wrest diplomatic concessions. His family blamed the "awful torturous mistreatment our son received at the hands of the North Koreans". Read More »

McConnell's calculation may be that he still wins by losing


Heller, a Republican who is up for re-election in 2018, is the Democrats' top target in the upcoming cycle. Lynch said the shift in Medicaid funding - from 50-50 state and federal funding to roughly 70 percent funded by states - will be particularly devastating to states that took advantage of Obamacare's Medicaid expansion in recent years, including MA, saying: " Medicaid expansion, that'll kill MA". Read More »

Dallas officer faces charge in shooting death of suspect


The punishment for the charge ranges from five years to 99 years in prison. Hess allegedly shot Dawes through the window of a vehicle she allegedly stole. "He has to take responsibility for what he did to my daughter", said Genevive's mother, Mary Dawes. On January 18, Hess and one other officer fired on Dawes, after she allegedly drove a vehicle in an aggressive manner toward them. Read More »

United States lays down gauntlet to China on N. Korea regime

The response, published by the official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA ), was Pyongyang's first reaction to the death of Otto Warmbier . The foreign ministry spokesman denied accusations that Warmbier was abused while in his "reform through labor" and condemned them as "groundless public opinion" circulating in the United States. Read More »

Russian warships fire cruise missiles at IS targets in Syria

It said the fighters were trying to move out from Raqa towards Palmyra. Russian Federation also said on Monday it would treat US -led coalition aircraft flying west of the Euphrates River in Syria as potential targets and track them with missile systems and military aircraft. Read More »

India must convince United States that New Delhi's rise is in American interest

According to Indian Defence Ministry sources, the issue of buying 100-armed Predator drones and getting the United States help with for deploying a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier will be discussed during the meet. The Indian prime minister was received at the airport by Portuguese Foreign Minister Augusto Santos Silva. The two agreed that the two countries have a deep and growing strategic partnership and hope to work more closely on regional and global issues. Read More »

London homes evacuated on fire issues


Camden Council , a local authority in north London , said it evacuated some 650 homes late Friday night after fire services warned of multiple risks. "I had a fire safety check done today". A resident leaves the Burnham Tower residential block on the Chalcots Estate in north London after being evacuated because of fire safety concerns. Read More »