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Neighboring Arab Nations Slap Qatar With 13-Point List Of Demands


Saudi Arabia regularly accuses Iran, its regional rival, of interference throughout the Middle East. Al-Jazeera was launched in 1996 with financial support from Qatar's rulers. "We remain committed to doing journalism", he said. The committee stated that some of the conditions in the list of demands amount to gross violations of human rights, such as the right to freedom of opinion and expression, the right to nationality, and the right to asylum. Read More »

Budget des armées: Florence Parly s'efforce de rassurer les militaires

Florence Parly , la nouvelle ministre des armées, a tenue aujourd'hui (23 juin) a rassurer les militaires sur le budget des armées. Agée de 54 ans, cette énarque, socialiste, connait bien la machine gouvernementale. Après la défaite de Lionel Jospin en 2002, elle tente une carrière d'élue. Battue, elle parvient à obtenir un mandat en 2004, devenant vice-présidente du Conseil régional de Bourgogne de 2004 à 2006. Read More »

Rep. Steve Scalise Transferred Out of the ICU


The person who provided the information not authorized to discuss it publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity. The FBI also said that Hodgkinson visited a storage facility in Alexandria more than 43 times between April and June. In light of the shooting, Griffith has called on Republicans and Democrats to tone down their heated rhetoric. When he was told it was the Republican team he remained in the area. Read More »

Gove has a lot to prove on the environment — Greenpeace


He urged Mr Gove to channel his "trademark reformist zeal" into tackling urgent environmental problems, such as reshaping the farm subsidy system and protecting oceans from over-fishing and plastic waste. Aside from Brexit, it has also been reported that the DUP's opposition to some austerity measures could trigger a rethink in the government's economic strategy. Read More »

Discontent Among Democrats Over Pelosi Leadership

Democrats have had four opportunities to pick up seats in the U.S. House of Representatives since Donald Trump became president, and haven't been able to capitalize on any of them. And the New York Times spoke to numerous Democrats - including Moulton - after the election who embraced the message that you can't just run against Trump. Read More »

Camden Council orders hundreds of residents to evacuate flats after Grenfell tragedy

Camden's local council chose to evacuate the hundreds of households due to safety concerns following the devastating fire that killed 79 people in Grenfell Tower . Residents will be allowed into their flats at the weekend to collect more possessions under escort from the fire brigade. Police said Friday they are considering filing manslaughter charges in the Grenfell disaster and they were conducting a wide-ranging investigation that will look at everything that contributed to it. Read More »

Kovind files papers, says will keep Prez office above "party politics"


The Chief Ministers of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Telangana too are expected to be present when the NDA presidential candidate files his nomination papers. During his visit to Uttar Pradesh, Kovind will be accompanied by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari. "Since I became the governor I do not belong to any political party", the 71-year-old former head of the BJP's Dalit Morcha - nearly certain to be the next president - said after filing his nomination in New Delhi for the post. Read More »

Canadian man charged after possible terror attack at MI airport

They say they understand this to be a lone wolf attack and there is no information, no credible information to suggest that anyone else or anyone in this Flint area at-large is at risk. He indicated "no mental or physical health problems and no drug or alcohol use", the officer, Linsey Carson, said. The municipal building remains open. Read More »

40 days later Trump admits: No Comey tapes

In a separate interview on Fox News on Friday, White House press secretary Sean Spicer refuted suggestions that the president had been trying to intimidate James Comey when the president tweeted in May that the Federal Bureau of Investigation director "better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press". Read More »

Everything announced by Apple in WWDC 2017


The next mobile operating system from Apple , iOS 11 , will give iPad users extensive software updates and long-awaited features , such as a file management tool and customizable app dock. So what will be allowed while driving in this mode? Apple's speaker will be launching in the U.S., U.K., and Australia in December, with additional markets to come next year.Soon, Apple will introduce a new iPhone feature that will do away with that annoying - and risky - urge to look at a text message ... Read More »

Trump publicly doubting that Russian Federation meddled in election


In a third tweet Thursday, Trump sought to use Johnson's testimony as proof of his vindication in the Russian Federation investigation. He tweeted Thursday that the Democratic National Committee turned down an offer from the Department of Homeland Security "to protect against hacks (long prior to election)". Read More »

Theresa May to hold crunch talks with DUP leader Arlene Foster


After House Speaker John Bercow was re-elected without challenge, a chastened May quipped: "At least someone got a landslide". The leader of the Scottish Conservatives Ruth Davidson, who is a lesbian, had spoken out on the issue after telling the Prime Minister that she considers equality to be more important than party politics. Read More »

Direct. Remaniement : Bayrou et De Sarnez quittent le gouvernement


D'abord François Bayrou , le président du Modem. A ce jour, au moins cinq députés ou anciens députés européens et une petite quinzaine d'assistants parlementaires sont concernés par l'affaire, au premier rang desquels Marielle de Sarnez et Sylvie Goulard, ministres démissionnaires du gouvernement Philippe. Read More »

Tropical Storms Cindy, Bret rain down on Carnival itineraries

CDT Thursday, Cindy was about 165 miles (265 kilometers) northwest of Morgan City and moving to the north at 13 mph (20 kph). But a word of caution is in order, namely, Cindy is planning her next assault on states farther to the north, including the Tri-State area. Read More »

North Korea tests rocket engine, US officials say


South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Saturday (June 24) invited North Korea to the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, saying sports could serve as a peace maker. Tensions are high on both sides of the Korean Peninsula's DMZ this week. United States spy satellites have picked up new activity at North Korea's underground nuclear test site, CNN reported on Tuesday. Read More »

US says Russia not behaving in threatening way in Syria


Russia's warning came after USA planes shot down a Syrian Air Force jet on Sunday. A Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee says the USA is moving toward a military confict with Russian Federation and Iran in Syria . "I think we're getting closer and closer to open conflict with Iran and Russian Federation, and the American public needs to know that we're moving very fast toward what could be another war inside the Middle East", Murphy told anchor Alisyn Camerota on CNN's ... Read More »

UK Parliament investigating cyberattack on user accounts

Members of the House of Commons and Lords were informed of the cyber attack Friday night and said they were unable to gain access to their emails on Saturday, The Telegraph reported . The threat follows reports in British media, including the Times, that hackers were selling passwords for MPs online. The National Cyber Security Center and the National Crime Agency are looking into the incident. Read More »

Daesh bombers kill 9 in Iraq's Anbar: Army source

Ahmed Hashem, a major and medic in the Iraqi army speaking to AFP from a field hospital, said the attack took place in the Mashahda neighbourhood of the Old City. Suicide bombers attacked a shopping district of east Mosul that was retaken from the jihadists months ago, killing at least three people, medical and security officials said on Saturday. Read More »

Donald Trump is 'very supportive' of Senate healthcare bill: White House

He drew press secretary Sean Spicer's afternoon briefing. On Thursday and Friday, CNN aired the briefing audio in its entirety shortly after it ended. "Though they are useful and can play an important role in informing the press and the public, gaggles are not a substitute for the open back-and-forth between reporters and administration officials that regular televised briefings allow", Mason wrote . Read More »

USA would welcome effective Syrian effort to defeat IS

Two Russian Navy frigates and a submarine has fired six Kalibr cruise missiles on Islamic State targets in Syria. The U.S. military said on June 23 that a crisis hotline with Russian Federation set up to avoid accidental clashes in Syria is still being used, despite Moscow's threat earlier this week to suspend it. Read More »

S.Korean President witnesses test of home-grown missile


His defection came after another North Korean soldier swam across a river to defect to South Korea on June 13, with styrofoam pieces strapped to both shoulders to stay afloat. Moon made the comments during the opening ceremony of the world taekwondo championships in the South Korean town of Muju, where a North Korean delegation led by International Olympic Committee member Chang Ung was also present. Read More »