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Yellowstone Grizzlies Are Losing Their Endangered Species Protection


Announcing the change in classification, Interior Secretary Ryan Zink said: "This achievement stands as one of America's great conservation successes". But conservationists said the move comes too soon to be able to reliably judge the Yellowstone grizzly's recovery. Hunting of the bears will be overseen by state wildlife managers in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho . Lire la suite »

Otto Warmbier's family snubs Dennis Rodman who says he aided with release

Otto Warmbier's brother, sister and friends were among the scheduled speakers for the funeral Thursday at a high school in his hometown of Wyoming, near Cincinnati. Pyongyang's official Rodong Sinmun newspaper said the US president was in a "tough situation" at home and claimed he was toying with the idea of a preemptive strike on North Korea to divert attention from a domestic political crisis. Lire la suite »

La famille Barro magnifie la générosité du président de la République

Ce dernier avait à ses côtés d'autres membres de la famille, dont Thierno Malick et Thierno Sidy Ahmet Barro, entre autres. Les travaux de reconstruction ont démarré depuis 2010. Selon lui, la démarche enclenchée ne va pas au-delà des orientations et missions du Plan Sénégal émergent. Il a sollicité ensuite des prières en vue de poursuivre dans cette lancée, mais aussi " pour que le Sénégal continue d'être un exemple de paix, de stabilité et de cohésion sociale ". Lire la suite »

Trump releases financial disclosure for 2016


The documents cover January 2016 through spring 2017. Before taking office in January, Mr Trump was a NY real estate developer and television celebrity. The hotel is the subject of lawsuits that charge that the hotel, among other business interests is a violation of the emoluments clause, which is meant to prevent foreign governments from influencing government officials with improper presents or payments. Lire la suite »

Modi arrives in US; Trump calls him `true friend'


Now, Mr Modi must try to replicate that cordiality with Mr Obama's erratic successor, Donald Trump. We realise that the pace and scope of that relationship is going to be different in each case, the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said in response to a question on concerns in Pakistan with regard to increasing ties with India . Lire la suite »

S. Korea president invites N. Korea to 2018 Winter Olympics


Despite worldwide condemnation, North Korea has increased its missile tests , with the aim of developing an intercontinental nuclear-armed rocket. United States officials believe latest test could be for intercontinental ballistic missile as tensions soar on Korean peninsula. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump Offers Nearly Incomprehensible Explanation For James Comey Tapes Claims

However, Trump went on to claim that Mueller and Comey were "very, very good friends", and described the alleged relationship as "very bothersome". "Well, he's very, very good friends with Comey, which is very bothersome". In response, Trump´s Administration said the US President never ask Comey to drop any investigation, including Flynn, or say he needed or expected loyalty from him. Lire la suite »

Remnants of Cindy will bring heavy rain to start the weekend

Last year's flood was the worst in West Virginia in 30 years, dating back to the November 1985 flood that claimed 47 lives and left almost 30 counties in a state of disaster. On Friday, forecasters were trying to verify exactly how many tornadoes touched down in Alabama during Cindy's passage. This rainfall could cause life-threatening flooding in these areas. Lire la suite »

President OKs drone sale to India


In the maiden Modi-Trump summit there will be no plans to raise the contended H-1B visa issue, the White House has said. "It's the White House Energy Week, so civil nuclear energy cooperation is bound to come up", the official said in response to a question and dismissed reports that it has been suspended. Lire la suite »

#Unite4TheFight: Here's Why LGBTQ Americans and Allies Are Standing with Planned Parenthood


Warren added that despite repeated, fact-based explanations about the proven health value of Planned Parenthood's services, "Republicans would rather base health care policy on politics, than on facts". As previously reported , State Attorney General Xavier Becerra alleges that Daleiden and his associate Sandra Merritt wrongfully recorded Planned Parenthood employees and others without their consent in conducting an undercover investigation into their abortion practices. Lire la suite »

Flint airport director: Maintenance worker saved stabbed officer's life

Amor Ftouhi, 49, a Canadian from Tunisia, is charged in the attack. After that purchase failed, Ftouhi made a decision to attack with a knife, which he bought in the United States, authorities said. He doesn't use drugs or alcohol, last worked about two weeks ago and said he has no mental or physical health problems, the court was told from information Ftouhi provided. Lire la suite »

Infosys board's relationship with founders 'good': Co-chairman


Due to these issues, there have been a trust deficit between the board and promoters and between the top management and employees. Rising protectionism: In a letter to shareholders, CEO Vishal Sikka said that FY17 brought with it environmental challenges such as rising protectionism, accelerating commoditization, elevated client expectations and new competition. Lire la suite »

United Kingdom parliament targeted by cyber attack

A spokeswoman for the House of Commons confirmed that unauthorised attempts had been made to access parliamentary accounts and that systems were in place to protect member and staff details. These attempts specifically were trying to gain access to our emails. Liam Fox, the minister for worldwide trade, said the attack was not a surprise and should act as a warning to Britons. Lire la suite »

US Soilders Injured at Camp Shaheen In Afghanistan


However, doctors at the city hospital said they had received the bodies of at least five police, as well as at least 30 wounded people, including 20 civilians. So-called green-on-blue, or insider, attacks have been a recurring problem for the US -led coalition, most recently on June 10 in the Achin District of eastern Nangarhar province, where USA ground forces are helping Afghan special forces fight Islamic State extremists. Lire la suite »

Comey's story 'may have changed' when he heard about tapes


Trump told the press on June 9 that "I'll tell you about that maybe sometime in the near future", and that the press "are going to be very disappointed when you hear the answer". Trump suggested that his threat of tapes may have intimidated Comey into being more honest in his recollection of events. President Donald Trump on Friday used an interview to defend his actions in relation to the Russian Federation investigation as he signed a veterans bill into law. Lire la suite »

China to urge Pakistan to 'control Taliban, Haqqani Network': Kabul


During a press briefing in Beijing , Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Geng Shuang said Pakistan is on the forefront of the global fight against terrorism. "We know that there is some concern about the corridor but we keep stressing that this economic corridor is just an economic initiative for cooperation", he added. Lire la suite »

Spicer says he's never spoken with Trump about Russian interference


While his threats to "open up our libel laws" to make it easier to sue media outlets have not come to fruition, the now-US leader has discussed eliminating press briefings completely, in favour of written briefings. "But there is no massive White House shake-up coming, it's not going to happen", he insisted. The White House has consulted an array of Republicans and Trump allies, including Laura Ingraham , the conservative radio host and political commentator. Lire la suite »

Dennis Rodman takes credit for Otto Warmbier's release from North Korea

Rodman arrived in Pyongyang, North Korea the same day Pyongyang released Otto Warmbier , 22, the American college student who was released from prison last week and died soon after. A separate KCNA article published hours earlier also criticized South Korea for using Warmbier's case to seek the release of other detainees, including six South Korean citizens. Lire la suite »

Japanese cite 'professional negligence' in U.S. ship disaster

The 7th Fleet commander, Vice Admiral Joseph Aucoin , thanked the Japanese Coast guard in a post on the fleet's Facebook page, adding: "We are committed to ensuring the safe return of the ship to port in Yokosuka". The crew had to fight to keep the ship afloat, he said , and the ship's captain is lucky to have survived. The U.S. Navy said the collision happened at about 2:30 a.m. Lire la suite »

Prince Harry Says No One Wants the Throne, Chaos Ensues


After being born into a life of duty, it's all the more reason to recognise the importance of this reluctant Royal supporting his family while continuing to champion previously unfashionable causes - he is becoming the epitome of a thoroughly modern prince. Lire la suite »

EU Leaders criticize United Kingdom offer

One year after Britain voted to leave in the June 23 referendum, May promised that nobody would be forced to leave after Brexit , offering permanent rights over healthcare, education, welfare and pensions to Europeans who arrive before a cut-off date . Lire la suite »

Castroneves leads Penske march in Road America qualifying


His team-mate Will Power was just.06 of a second behind in second, while fellow Team Penske drivers Josef Newgarden and Simon Pagenaud were third and fourth respectively. "We need to make a couple of little tweaks overnight to get me more comfortable, but I feel good about the pace the vehicle had today". That means Dixon, who drives for Chip Ganassi Racing , will have to get past a great wall of Penske if he wants to win his first race of the season. Lire la suite »