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Nashville Pollo Tropical eateries closed


Also, the current price highlights a discount of 13.82% to analysts' high consensus price target. Fiesta also mentioned that five of the closed Pollo Tropical locations may be relaunched as Taco Cabana restaurants, but specific locations were not given. Read More »

Le meurtrier présumé sur Facebook s'est suicidé — Etats-Unis


Pour autant, la police de Cleveland a souligné ce lundi qu'"aucune victime supplémentaire" n'a été " localisée ". Les policiers ont fouillé [dimanche] soir des dizaines d'endroits, (.) en vain. " Nous rendons prioritaires les rapports avec de sérieuses implications de sécurité pour notre communauté, et travaillons à rendre ce processus d'examen encore plus rapide", a-t-il ajouté. Read More »

Le Pen welcomes Hollande's endorsement of Macron

Le Pen made it into the final round of voting, coming in second place after liberal centrist Emmanuel Macron . Le Pen has called for reinstating border controls with its European neighbors and holding a referendum on France's membership in the EU, describing herself as the "candidate to protect the French people". Read More »

Off-duty NYPD cop arrested in fatal DWI crash


Smith was driving southbound on Van Wyck Expressway in Queens when he ran into a vehicle containing three passengers, an NYPD spokesman said. Raghubar was pronounced dead at Jamaica Hospital , while her 21-year-old female passenger in the backseat and a 20-year-old man in the front passenger's seat, were listed as stable condition at the same hospital, police said. Read More »

North Korean missile blows up on test launch


Missiles seem to have been the main theme of the giant parade, with Kim Jong-un taking time to greet the commander of the Strategic Forces - the branch of North Korea's military that oversees the military arsenal. "He is doing the wrong thing", he said of Kim Jong-un. "The fact is, this regime is never going to voluntarily give up nuclear weapons, they're the ace in the hole", he said. Read More »

"Je ne vous demande pas de m'aimer" — Fillon


A l'inverse, le candidat de la France insoumise Jean-Luc Mélenchon, soutenu par les communistes, a connu une spectaculaire progression ces dernières semaines. Prouvant selon lui ses revirements sur la constitutionnalisation de la déchéance de nationalité. L'autre victime, c'est François Fillon. Le Medef, quant à lui, a clairement désigné mardi ses préférés, François Fillon et Emmanuel Macron. Read More »

A look at Nepal's progress in earthquake recovery


The IDPG is the apex platform for global development partners in Nepal that meet to exchange information about development cooperation and to coordinate efforts. Temporary shelters of quake survivors in Lamjung district are seen in the picture taken a year after the devastating natural disaster. The Nepal government had formed a National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) to execute various reconstruction work in Nepal. Read More »

United Kingdom opposition Labour vows new Brexit plan


Starmer said that a Labour government would rewrite May's Brexit negotiating strategy and would focus instead on a deal that retained as numerous benefits as possible of the single market and customs union. Liberal Democrats leader, Tim Farron, has said Labour's plans to scrap Theresa May's Brexit plans are flawed. He has made it clear that he intends for London to remain "open" despite Brexit, and continue to welcome people from all over the world to work, study or visit. Read More »

Ahmedinejad's Return Is Not the Real Story of Iran's Presidential Election


Iranian state TV said Thursday that the body charged with vetting candidates has disqualified former hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad from running in next month's presidential election. In recent days, Raisi, who was appointed by Khamenei as the head of a multi-billion-dollar religious foundation a year ago, has repeatedly blasted Rouhani's economic performance. Read More »

François Fillon maintient : "Il y a eu d'autres attaques" jeudi soir


Selon ces mêmes estimations , au terme d'un match à quatre serré, le candidat de la France insoumise Jean-Luc Mélenchon et François Fillon sont éliminés, au coude-à-coude pour la troisième place. Il n'empêche. Sa conviction intime et son expérience des sondages le poussent à penser que les deux candidats vainqueurs de ce premier tour des élections présidentielles français sont Emmanuel Macron en première position suivi de Jean-Luc Mélenchon. Read More »

Engineer set to take over NY state university system


Johnson, 59, is replacing Nancy Zimpher - SUNY's first female chancellor - who will step down at the end of this academic year. "Kristina Johnson has enjoyed an incredible career as a thinker, an educator, an entrepreneur, and an advocate", said Marc Cohen, Student Assembly president and SUNY trustee. Read More »

Deux visions opposées pour la France — Le Pen-Macron

Marine Le Pen et Jean Luc Mélenchon en tête du premier tour de l'élection présidentielle dans l'Hérault. Cette élection hors normes a qualifié pour le second tour deux candidats se voulant, chacun à sa façon, "anti-système": Emmanuel Macron, "ni de droite, ni de gauche", pro-européen, et Marine Le Pen , qui a porté le Front national jusqu'à un record de voix en capitalisant notamment sur les craintes face à la mondialisation. Read More »

Egypt Declares State of Emergency After Church Blasts


A few hours later, police stopped another suicide attacker from entering the St Mark's Coptic church in Alexandria but he detonated his explosives outside, claiming 17 lives, including several police officers. El-Sisi, who has pledged to protect Christians and other religious minorities as part of his battle against extremism, said in a televised address Sunday that a three-month countrywide state of emergency would be enacted, pending parliamentary approval. Read More »

UC Berkeley ReInvites Ann Coulter, But There's a Catch

The school's academic calendar shows that it falls in a "Reading/Review/Recitation Week" after the end of formal classes but before final exams. The conservative commentator initially agreed to speak at Berkeley on April 27 after college Republicans invited her, but the school canceled on Wednesday citing threats of rioting and other violence. Read More »

Trump to slash foreign aid worldwide, but boost funds for Palestinians


The ESF "promotes the economic and political foreign policy interests of the United States by providing assistance to allies and countries in transition to democracy, supporting the Middle East peace negotiations, and financing economic stabilization programs, frequently in a multi-donor context", according to the report. Read More »

Former Sevilla sports director Monti signs 4-year Roma deal


During a tenure famous for sharp transport-market transactions, Sevilla won a record five Europa Leagues , including three in series between 2014 and 2016, two Copa del Reys, the Supercopa de Espana as well as the UEFA Super Cup. In a statement, Roma president James Pallotta said: " I couldn't be happier with this appointment as Monchi is widely regarded as one of the best minds in world football ". Read More »

China's leader urges restraint on North Korea in call with Trump

Security Council on North Korea on Friday. The officials are scheduled to brief the entire Senate behind closed doors on Wednesday. Officials in Pyongyang said the Carl Vinson's deployment was "an extremely risky act by those who plan a nuclear war to invade the North", NBC News reported. Read More »

Fresenius to buy Akorn and Merck KGaA's biosimilars


Akorn said in its March earnings call it expects a modest decline in annual sales in 2017, largely because of pricing erosion and increased competition for a key drug, ephedrine, a central nervous system stimulant. The deal will be financed by a broad mix of euro- and dollar-denominated debt instruments, it added. It will pay single digit percentage royalties to Merck based on sales. Read More »

Arkansas prepares for 1st double execution in United States since 2000


Ledell Lee was pronounced dead at 11:56 p.m. Thursday, four minutes before his death warrant was due to expire at midnight, capping a chaotic week of legal wrangling. Arkansas and other states have found it hard to persuade drug companies to sell drugs for use in capital punishment. However, at a court hearing on the McKesson lawsuit, department deputy director Rory Griffin said he did tell a McKesson salesman about the intended objective of the drug. Read More »

Marissa Mayer to make $186 million


The eye-popping sum was revealed less than two months after Yahoo's board decided not to award Mayer any 2016 bonus in the wake of Yahoo's epic data breach, in which the board said "certain senior executives did not properly comprehend or investigate" the hacks. Read More »

Les Républicains appellent à voter contre Marine Le Pen — Présidentielle


Emmanuel Macron est pour la mondialisation sauvage, pour la dérégulation du droit du travail, pour l'immigration massive, pour le communautarisme. "C'est parfaitement faisable", juge la candidate du Front national, se disant convaincue que le "brouillard" autour du candidat d'En Marche! Le défi des deux qualifiés au second tour de la présidentielle est désormais de rassembler. Read More »

Bus, truck collision in Kenya leaves 27 dead


The bus, belonging to Buscar company, was headed to Mombasa from Nairobi when the crash happened. In December at least 40 people were killed an accident around 100 kilometres (60 miles) northwest of Nairobi, in which a tanker smashed into several other vehicles before exploding. Read More »

White House to host private briefing on N.Korea

Aides said they were working with the White House to schedule a similar briefing for the House of Representatives. The auditorium will be temporarily turned into a "sensitive compartmented information facility", or SCIF, which is the term for a room in which sensitive national security information can be shared, the official said. Read More »