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Pape François. Fatima dans la piété


Environ 500.000 personnes étaient massées sur l'esplanade comble du sanctuaire sous un ciel nuageux, alors que des dizaines de milliers de pèlerins devaient se contenter d'écrans géants dans les rues adjacentes. A la nuit tombée, les fidèles devraient suivre la traditionnelle procession aux flambeaux , occasion d'un deuxième salut très attendu du pape. Béatifiés en 2000 par Jean-Paul II, Francisco et Jacinta Marto sont morts en 1919, respectivement à l'âge de neuf et dix ans, tous les deux ... Lire la suite »

Leaders condemn latest North Korea missile

The missile was sacked from a site near Kusong, 100km north of Pyongyang, near its border with China. Mr Moon called the launch a "grave challenge" to the peace and security of the Korean Peninsula and the worldwide community. The JCS warned that the North would face "strong retaliations" from the allies if it continues to ignore their warning messages and sticks to provocations. Lire la suite »

Sessions Orders Longer Prison Sentences, Reversing Obama-era Policy


Other users noted that the directive could work in favor of federal investigators now engaged in probing the Trump campaign's alleged involvement in Russiagate. attorney for the Northern District of Alabama. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered federal prosecutors to seek the harshest possible penalties for drug-related offenses, a move that should make the private prison industry that relies on those offenders very happy. Lire la suite »

Paris prepares for Macron's inauguration as French President


Emmanuel Macron became France's youngest ever president on Sunday, promising at his inauguration to restore the country's lost confidence and pledging to relaunch the flagging European Union. Mr Hollande's five years in office were plagued by a sluggish economy and bloody terror attacks that killed more than 230 people. The post Macron takes office as French President appeared first on Vanguard News. Lire la suite »

US, China Cooperation to Extend Trade


A guarantee by China to review the applications of eight US biotechnology products and approve or deny them exclusively on the basis of safety. The ban was imposed in 2003 due to a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad cow disease, in Washington state. Lire la suite »

Picture of pope kissing devilish Donald Trump pops up in Rome

Trump on May 24. I will say what I think and he will say what he thinks. Pope Francis has written an encyclical on the environment, in which he calls for global action to combat climate change. Francis and Trump are due to meet at the Vatican on May 24 while the president is on a tour Saudi Arabia, Israel, Italy and Belgium. Pope Francis was making his first comments about the criticism levelled at the Vatican's handling of sex-abuse cases by Marie Collins, an Irish abuse survivor who ... Lire la suite »

Moon Jae-in élu — Corée du Sud

Les bureaux de vote ont ouvert à 06H00 heure locale mardi (21H00 GMT lundi) en Corée du Sud pour une élection présidentielle organisée après l'éviction de la présidente Park Geun-Hye mise en cause dans un scandale de corruption. Le scandale Park a mis en lumière les relations malsaines entre le pouvoir et les grands conglomérats, dits "chaebols", qui dominent la quatrième économie d'Asie. Lire la suite »

Hafiz Saeed spreading terrorism in the name of jihad: Pak


The Lahore HC had, in 2009, dismissed all terrorism charges against him and set him free despite India having provided evidence of his involvement in the Mumbai terror attacks of 2008, which claimed the lives of 166 people. "My organisation and I have been victimised for raising voice for freedom of Kashmir and criticising the government's weak policy on the Kashmir issue". Lire la suite »

Seoul: Moon, Xi agree on denuclearization goal

The short address-in which Moon pledged to be a president to all South Koreans, including those who didn't vote for him-drew a contrast with his scandal-dogged predecessor, the impeached Park Geun-hye, with a promise of a clean and just administration. Lire la suite »

U.S. ends Arctic Council chairmanship with reluctance on climate action


The Arctic Council's member states will work together on Arctic issues-including climate change-delegates insisted at the eight-nation Arctic Council ministerial gathering May 11 in Fairbanks, Alaska. On the agenda are global cooperation on Arctic science, security and economic development. Finland is also emphasizes the implementation of the Paris Agreement on climate change and the United Nations sustainable development goals, something representatives of eight Arctic Indigenous groups, ... Lire la suite »

Trump gets honorary law degree at Liberty University commencement


But don't take this the wrong way, Trump's speech was actually amusing. In one of the more freakish sections of the speech, Trump read off the Liberty University football team's entire 2018 schedule, remarking several times on the difficulty of the competition they would face - "Jerry, are you sure you know what you're doing here?" he asked upon noting that the team would be facing perennial powerhouse Auburn. Lire la suite »

Trump let only Russian photographers cover his meeting with a Russian leader


The meeting was scheduled for 10:30am, as it appears on the White House's daily press schedule . Trump's critics cried foul over the White House invitation to Lavrov, whose government stands accused by U.S. The Trump administration denies claims of collusion with Russian Federation. "Trump is doing that fine on his own". Still, the overlap between the investigation and Trump's diplomatic efforts made for uncomfortable optics. Lire la suite »

Asean urges N.Korea to comply with worldwide obligations


The final version of the statement has yet to be agreed, but the changes so far indicate ASEAN is resisting moves by China to keep its contentious activities in the strategic waterway off ASEAN's official agenda. The softened statement comes as the current ASEAN chairman, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, seeks to bury the hatchet with China after years of wrangling over its maritime assertiveness, including its four-year blockade of the Scarborough Shoal. Lire la suite »

Manhunt for hackers behind global cyber attack

Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at the Helsinki-based cyber security company F-Secure, told AFP it was the biggest ransomware outbreak in history, saying that 130,000 systems in more than 100 countries had been affected. Also badly hit was Britain's National Health Service , which declared a "major incident" after the attack, which forced some hospitals to divert ambulances and scrap operations. Lire la suite »

Lessons to be learned, admits Home Secretary Amber Rudd — NHS hack

The ransomware was created to repeatedly contact an unregistered domain listed in its code. A malware tracking map showed "WannaCry" infections popping up around the world. As similar widespread ransomware attacks were reported in Spain, Romania and elsewhere, experts warned that online extortion attempts by hackers are a growing menace. Lire la suite »

US ambassador to Qatar appears to criticize Comey firing


Comey was sacked as the Federal Bureau of Investigation continues to investigate potential ties and collusion between Trump's 2016 campaign team and Russian officials. Prior to her ambassadorial post in Qatar, Smith was principal deputy assistant secretary of public affairs. While many praised her sentiment, other responses were sharply critical, suggesting that Smith do her job and quit complaining - or simply quit. Lire la suite »

Vote Leave donor promises to fund campaign to oust pro-Remain MPs

Conservative candidates in 138 constituencies, where the majority of voters backed Brexit but which are represented by an opposition Remain MP, will be eligible to apply for funding of up to £5,000 per candidate. "Brexit has been labelled a divisive issue". That, at least for the moment, a bigger prize is at stake, one that only Theresa May is likely to be able to deliver. Lire la suite »

Iowa's AG Secretary rumored to have taken a job with the USDA


Reached by phone, Clovis said, "I can't speak to the press". The United States Department of Agriculture's research division studies matters such as nutrition, food distribution, and climate change, and, according to the 2008 Farm Bill , is meant to be helmed by a "chief scientist" chosen "from among distinguished scientists". Lire la suite »

Who are the hackers behind global cyberattack?

The UK's National Cyber Security Center said it is "working round the clock" to restore vital health services. In past ransomware attacks, some victims have paid, only to find the key they are given doesn't work, while others have found their files are corrupted and can't be properly restored, he said. Lire la suite »

North Korea launches test missile, and Donald Trump wonders what Russian Federation thinks

The summit, in Sicily, is May 26-27. North Korea's past satellite rocket launches have been called clandestine tests of ICBM technology, but it is not believed to have tested a true intercontinental ballistic missile yet. USA president Donald Trump has vowed not to let North Korea achieve this goal. The launch came as troops from the U.S., Japan and two European nations gather near Guam for drills that are partly a message to North Korea. Lire la suite »

North Korea fires missile that lands in sea near Russian Federation

Whatever the type of missile, the launch forces the new South Korean leader, Moon Jae-in, to put dealing with Pyongyang, at least for now, above the domestic economic agenda he'd made a priority during his early days in office. South Korean military officials said, "We are looking into more information on the projectile". "With the missile impacting so close to Russian soil - in fact, closer to Russia than to Japan - the President can not imagine that Russia is pleased", the White House ... Lire la suite »