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Le PS s'affirme dans l'opposition à la majorité présidentielle

La formation, sortie essorée de ses lourdes défaites à la présidentielle et aux législatives du printemps, ne dit pas pour l'heure quel sort pourrait être réservé aux parlementaires qui donneraient leur confiance au gouvernement. Cambadélis à son arrivée. " Je sais que le président du groupe Olivier Faure fait ce travail-là de discussion, d'échange sur le fait d'avoir une position commune, et donc nous verrons à ce moment-là", a-t-il temporisé. Lire la suite »

Queensland beats New South Wales 18-16 in State of Origin

But the return of Origin warriors Thurston and Slater may tilt the balance as they reunite with influential Melbourne Storm pair Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk to recharge the Maroons . "NSW, overall last night, they looked the better team", he said. "It's not that you take it for granted, but sometimes you don't focus on the little enjoyment things in the game and you're caught up in your preparation and the demand that external pressure put on you". Lire la suite »

What Trump should do to avoid war with North Korea

Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson with Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will be on the US-side, and on the Chinese side, their senior foreign policy adviser Yang Jiechi with military chief Fang Fenghui. The Xinhua statement also said military-to-military exchanges should also be upgraded and mechanisms of notification established in order to cut the risks of "judgment errors" between the Chinese and United States militaries. Lire la suite »

The GOP's Narrow Escape in Georgia


Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of NY and other Democratic leaders began a series of procedural requests to slow down consideration of the legislation, a discussion draft of which posted shortly before the Senate convened. Pelosi wasn't the only one receiving the president's tongue-in-cheek good wishes. When the top post among House Democrats might open up, though, Pelosi hasn't said. Lire la suite »

Raid aérien israélien en réponse à des tirs en provenance de Syrie


Samedi, l'OSDH a fait état de violents combats entre les forces gouvernementales et des combattants rebelles dans la province de Qouneitra, près de la partie du Golan occupée par Israël. Environ 510 km2 restent sous contrôle syrien. Le raid aérien a eu lieu "en réponse au tir de plus de dix projectiles depuis la Syrie qui ont atteint Israël plus tôt samedi", selon le même communiqué. Lire la suite »

Le parlement britanniques visé par une cyberattaque


Le parlement britannique a bloqué samedi l'accès depuis l'extérieur à ses comptes e-mail à la suite d'une cyberattaque, ont indiqué ses responsables. On ne savait pas, dans l'immédiat, combien de personnes avaient été touchées ni quelle était l'étendue des dommages. Lire la suite »

The great Muslim civil war -- and us

The terrorists who sponsored the attacks were influenced by the Wahhabbi ideology, a ultraconservative distorted version of Islam practiced and preached by Saudi Arabia. According to the Russian MOD, the terrorists were attempting to leave Raqqa which is besieged by Kurdish militia of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the US -led coalition forces and head towards Palmyra using a " southern corridor ". Lire la suite »

Pakistani official: Twin bombings at crowded market kill 15 people, wound 70

At least 10 people are feared dead and more than 50 injured as two blasts hit a densely populated area in Parachinar in Kurram Agency on Friday, reported Dawn News . That attack was claimed by both the Islamic State and an offshoot of the Pakistani Taliban. "Till now at least 15 people have been confirmed killed in the attack as it is a very busy area", said Shahid Turi, a local lawmaker from the area. Lire la suite »

Tech sergeant released from hospital after air show accident


No injuries have been reported but emergency crews are working to extricate two people from the plane. Both men are receiving medical care at a local hospital but are in good condition, according to Heard. "More details will be released following an aircraft and safety investigation boards". The extent of any injuries wasn't immediately known. It also will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Doolittle Tokyo Raid in World War II. Lire la suite »

Title IX reports shows women, minorities left out

The study was done by the Institute for Diversity & Ethics in Sport in collaboration with the Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport and LGBT SportSafe. Even though the commissioner of the Ivy League is a woman, there is not enough data to say whether or not the gender of the commissioner affects the conference's diversity. Lire la suite »

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

The Senate and House bills would raise that limit to the annual out-of-pocket maximum for high-deductible plans. Also appearing on "This Week" is Sen. She said in a statement she's still studying the plan. She said there's still a need for some sort of rule created to push healthy people to buy insurance, to replace Obamacare's individual mandate -which would be eliminated under the Senate proposal. Lire la suite »

Rep. Steve Scalise upgraded to fair condition, hospital announces


The person did not disclose the names, but said those listed had been briefed. House Speaker Paul Ryan said he visited Scalise in the hospital Friday and saw him breathing on his own, talking and sending text messages. James Hodgkinson of Belleville, Ill., has been identified by law enforcement as the shooter. "So he's doing - he's doing a lot better", said Ryan. Lire la suite »

Russia's Putin: Top goal for journalists is 'do not offend'


US officials had expected the Russians to destroy intelligence materials before being expelled, according to CBS News . "They probably have her 33,000 e-mails that she lost and deleted because you'd see some beauties there". Anxious about making the situation worse, the administration put off retaliating, and instead delivered stiff warnings directly to the Russians not to go farther. Lire la suite »

Walker supports Johnson opposition to health care bill

Heller said he spoke with Senate Republican leaders and Vice President Mike Pence on Friday morning. "I can not support a bill that is going to result in tens of millions of people losing their health insurance ", said Sen. "I haven't said I'm opposed", Sen. He said they worry citizens in the 59 to 65 year old range will get hurt the most. "I don't want that life no more", Sanchez said. Lire la suite »

North Korea conducts rocket engine test to develop ICBM


On Friday, ABC's Michael Strahan sat down with the onetime Chicago Bull to talk about the freakish trip, which coincided with the release of Otto Warmbier , the 22-year-old University of Virginia student held in detention for 17 months after allegedly attempting to steal a propaganda poster in Pyongyang. Lire la suite »

Trump, Pence to attend Treasury Secretary Mnuchin's wedding


About 300 guests are expected to attend, including Vice President Mike Pence and other members of the Trump administration. Mnuchin, 54, has been engaged to Linton, a 36-year-old Scottish model and actress, since 2015. In an email to the Times, Linton confirmed the time but not the venue, writing, "Wedding Venue is historical building in D.C". He had named Linton last month as interim head of Dune Entertainment, a company he helped found, but she resigned after Democrats raised questions ... Lire la suite »

GOP senators now oppose health bill


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. The new Bill won't change the Obamacare as drastically as the House legislation passed in May, but demands significant cuts that would likely benefit the uninsured. Lire la suite »

5th GOP senator joins opposition to health bill

Senate Republican leaders may rely on the deal-making former businessman to lean on conservative senators who are balking at the bill . "We're concerned that it would lead to dramatic cuts in services or dramatic cuts in the number of beneficiaries who would rely on Medicaid ", said Kristine Grow, a spokeswoman for AHIP. Lire la suite »