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Le MoDem voulait "recaser un maximum de salariés"

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Les députés contraints à faire de faux contrats de travail, ayant peur du risque juridique, réclamaient que de temps en temps, "l'assistant se manifeste, transmette une note sommaire sur un sujet ou une petite revue de presse , qui permettrait d'apporter une preuve qu'un travail a bien été effectué, au cas où il y aurait des contrôles ", précise la source. Read More »

Sean Spicer claims he has never discussed Russian hacking with Trump

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While it may have been a joke, it seems like an odd response to a very serious issue. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer returned to the press podium Tuesday after the White House went eight days without an on-camera briefing. "I'm not sure that the press secretary thing is something I'm dying to do". As Bloomberg notes, Trump has been moving away from using a single spokesperson anyway. Read More »

Milwaukee Cop Found Not Guilty of Shooting Syville Smith

During the trial, Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm argued Heaggan-Brown, who is also black, was not justified in using deadly force when he fired the second and fatal shot Saturday, Aug. His father, Patrick, called the verdict "disrespectful" but wants "the community to calm down and come together". Police body camera videos - some of which were not released to the public - were integral to the investigation. Read More »

Death toll in spate of attacks in Pakistan rises to 85

So far, no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. Police say the two blasts went off nearly simultaneously near a bus terminal at Parachinar's Tori market that was packed with people buying food to break their Ramadan fast. No one claimed responsibility for the attack, but Kakar blamed neighboring India for the blast. The deadliest of Friday's attacks came during Friday rush hour in the town of Parachinar, where local authorities say 67 people were killed and scores more were ... Read More »

Gilani, Mirwaiz condemn Jamia Masjid siege, curfew on Juma tul Wida

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The restrictions around the Jamia Masjid were strengthened in the wake of the lynching of DSP Mohammad Ayub Pandith outside the mosque on Thursday night. Police reinforcements were rushed to restore normalcy in the area. Asked whether moderate Hurriyat Conference chairman Mirwaiz Umar Farooq was present in the Jamia Masjid when the incident took place, Vaid said, "It is a matter of investigation". Read More »

States won't rush approval of Yellowstone grizzly hunts

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Cooley said the Yellowstone ecosystem is approximately three times larger than Yellowstone National Park itself. Against the population rebound over the past 42 years, the coalition also set another, grimmer set of numbers about grizzlies: "In the 1800's, approximately 50,000 grizzly bears roamed the lower 48 states". Read More »

Legal Analysis on Big Court Win for Making a Murderer's Brendan Dassey

The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh District affirmed a lower court's ruling that Dassey's confession was coerced. A federal appeals panel has ruled that Brendan Dassey should be re-tried or released from prison. "And this pattern continued until Dassey finally voiced what the investigators wanted him to say, seemingly guessing, or the investigators fed him the information they wanted". Read More »

Wisconsin AG asks court to review Dassey ruling

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A federal appeals court has ordered the release of Brendan Dassey , 27, who began serving a life sentence 10 years ago for murder. Many other factors and passages support the state courts' view that overall, the confession was voluntary. Read More »

Syria releases hundreds of detainees ahead of Eid

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He said most of the prisoners were from Damascus but there were others from across Syria . The release comes on the eve of Eid el-Fitr, the feast that marks the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. Among those released in Damascus was 45-year-old Abdul-al-Rahman Ali who used to finance opposition fighters. "I was wrong and every person makes mistakes. Read More »

Two US attorney generals sue over foreign payments to Trump hotels

The spokespeople for both attorneys declined to comment. The suit to be unveiled Monday centers on the so-called emoluments clause, which bans USA officials from taking gifts or other benefits from foreign governments. and Maryland, ultimately damaging their economies.The complaint also argues that the president uses his power to boost his businesses' profits, essentially publicizing them with new efficacy given the influence his now infamous name holds. Read More »

Mueller and Comey not as close as Trump and others suggest

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As President, Mr Trump could demand that Mr Rosenstein fire Mr Mueller , but Mr Rosenstein has said he would not follow any order that he did not think was lawful or appropriate. TRUMP: He is very, very good friends with Comey, which is very bothersome. But Trump also hinted that the tweet was meant to influence Comey's testimony before Congress regarding possible collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election. Read More »

Trump suggests he was trying to keep FBI director honest

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Trump told Fox News Channel's "Fox and Friends" that special counsel Robert Mueller is "very, very good friends with Comey, which is very bothersome". Mr Trump showed concern about that situation as well, telling Fox that Mr Mueller is "very, very good friends with Comey which is bothersome". The absence of recordings nearly certainly elevates in significance to investigators the notes made by Comey at the time. Read More »

Philippine military bomb ISIS -linked militants in city of Marawi

The U.S. Embassy in Manila said without elaborating that U.S. special operations forces were providing help to Filipino troops battling the Maute and Abu Sayyaf militants in Marawi. Philippine military officials say the violence has left at least 138 militants and 58 government troops dead. Between 500 and 1,000 civilians are trapped in Marawi, many without electricity or running water. Read More »

USA shoots down drone close to Iraqi-Syrian border

The Defense Department had said Tuesday that the six F/A-18F Super Hornets based in the United Arab Emirates had been suspended from Syrian operations. Davis said the US did not attempt to dissuade the drone from advancing through an established communications line with Russian Federation, which is allied to the Syrian government but does not have command of forces aligned with it, because "the incident emerged very quickly". Read More »

Trump friend clashes with White House over special counsel claims

If there were good cause, I would consider it. She asked about news reports suggesting that President Trump was already thinking about "terminating" Robert Mueller from his position as special counsel. "I think there's very serious questions about Director Mueller running the special prosecution of the president", Ruddy said Tuesday on MSNBC's " For the Record with Greta Van Susteren ". Read More »

Indiana's ACA insurance providers propose rate hikes

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That's according to proposed 2018 rates sought by the last two remaining providers in IN that offer coverage on the exchanges, which were created by former President Barack Obama's signature health care law. MHS - better known in IN as Ambetter - would raise its average premium by 24 percent. The average monthly premium would be $423. A spokeswoman for CareSource declined to offer additional details on their proposed rates and what they may mean for consumers. Read More »

White House calls Johnny Depp's Trump assassination comments 'sad'

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During the event, Depp asked fans about when exactly was the last time that an actor had assassinated a president . The Pirates of the Caribbean star spoke during an appearance at Britain's Glastonbury music festival on Thursday when he pondered how long it had been since an actor had killed a USA president. Read More »