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Over 10000 march from Auschwitz to Birkenau to commemorate Holocaust

At 11 a.m. on Monday the Knesset marked Holocaust Remembrance Day with a ceremony titled "Unto Every Person There is a Name", in which lawmakers recite names of victims of the Nazis for almost two hours. A large number of Holocaust survivors fled to the fledgling state in the immediate aftermath of the war, and an estimated 160,000 remain. "As the survivors age and pass away this collection is the only thing that we will have left to document the Holocaust and the experiences of the people ... Read More »

Measuring Trump's First 100 Days


He added that he would "still beat Hillary in popular vote". "Believe me" is the most common two-word phrase the president has used in public in his nearly 100-day administration, according to a story from CNN . Almost 100 percent of voters who backed President Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election would do so again, according to a new poll. "And more than half (53 percent) see him as a strong leader - although that compares with 77 percent for Obama at this stage". Read More »

VA Choice Program Extension Bill Gets Trump's Signature


While the bill does not affect those already enrolled in care, it does allow eligible veterans to choose a different provider if certain situations apply, such as appointments with a wait time of 30 days or more. "With this law, veterans will be able to continue utilizing the Choice Program to seek care in the community while we work with President Trump to improve the program and bring wholesale reform to the VA". Read More »

Opération dissuasion des Etats-Unis en Corée


Il s'agit de l'USS Michigan, un sous-marin lanceur de missiles balistiques. Le ministre de la Défense du pays avait prévenu, la veille, que le Nord est prêt à prendre toutes les mesures nécessaires, y compris à lancer des attaques anticipées, pour se défendre face aux "impérialistes américains". Read More »

The French Election Made These US Stocks Winners

In 2002, Papa Le Pen, too, made it to the run-off. The anti-EU Ms Le Pen's campaign majored on jobs, security and the threat from Islamic extremism. However, Mr McGuire cautioned that, after the UK Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump in the United States, no one should take anything for granted ahead of the second round on 7 May. Read More »

Russia may be aiding Taliban, US general in Afghanistan says

America's top commander in Kabul, General John Nicholson, reiterated Mattis' message that the USA stands firmly by Afghanistan in its fight against insurgencies, including ISIL. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the assault, which according to some estimates killed over 130 people. Also on Monday, a police official said at least four security guards were killed when a suicide bomber attacked their checkpoint in eastern Afghanistan. Read More »

Afghan Defense Minister, Army Chief Resign after Taliban Attack

Angry Afghans called for the resignations of Defence Minister Abdullah Habibi and Army Chief Qadam Shah Shaheem, among other officials, after the assault outside the city of Mazar-i-Sharif on Friday. Mattis arrived unannounced in Afghanistan to assess America's longest war as the Trump administration weighs sending more US troops. The American and other foreign troops remaining in Afghanistan are now mostly acting in an advisory and training role, with some combat assistance. Read More »

Australia Scraps Visa Program for Foreign Workers, Popular With Indian Graduates

The co-founder of successful technology company Atlassian, Mike Cannon-Brookes, says 457 visas are essential, telling The Australian anything that makes bridging the talent gap more hard is bad for the country. A photo of an Australian citizenship ceremony held in Gympie. Migrants who become permanent residents will also have to wait four years before they can apply for citizenship - instead of the one-year wait they face at the moment. Read More »

RMT union backing 'genuine article' Jeremy Corbyn


The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has endorsed Labour Jeremy Corbyn to be the next Prime minister he said the choice between Theresa May and Corbyn "was simple". 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. Read More »

Russian FM: No proof for reports on persecution of gay men


Tensions are now high between Moscow and the 28-member bloc. Lavrov, for his part, questioned the rationale behind the European Union sanctions, suggesting that Kiev deserves such punitive measures more than Moscow . "As I said, sanctions in themselves are not a policy, but one of the tools the European Union, together with many other partners in the world, is using to achieve the end of the conflict in the east of Ukraine", Mogherini said. Read More »

Corbyn: Scots' lives better under Labour


Lord General Richards said: "Jeremy Corbyn, unlike many of his distinguished predecessors in the Labour Party from Clement Attlee through Denis Healey and beyond, has demonstrated why he should not be trusted with the ultimate responsibility of Government - that of the nation's defence and security". Read More »

Why Are Republicans So Scared Of Georgia Democrat Jon Ossoff?


Republican Karen Handel , a former Georgia secretary of state, finished a distant second in the crowded field, qualifying for the June 20 runoff. Both of those counties went to Ossoff Tuesday night, 47.6 percent and 41.3 percent respectively, the New York Times reports . Read More »

China urges 'restraint' amid North Korea sinking threat


With tensions on the Korean Peninsula already on a knife-edge, the U.S. has dispatched the nuclear-powered submarine, the USS Michigan to the region. The exercise comes amid heightened global worries that North Korea may be preparing to conduct its sixth nuclear test or a launch another long-range ballistic missile. Read More »

Astronaut sets US space record

The American president congratulated Ms Whitson for setting a new space record yesterday (Monday) in a telephone call to space, broadcast live on NASA -television. Commander Whitson added: "We'll do our best!" She holds the record for female astronaut space walks. During his call with Whitson, he spoke about the hopeful Mars mission, asking her when she thinks they'll make it up there. Read More »

Hommage national à Xavier Jugelé, le policier tué sur les Champs-Elysées

Le président de la République a ensuite jugé que les policiers et les gendarmes étaient "les remparts de la démocratie" avant d'assurer son soutien aux collègues du policier tué. C'est très difficile de vivre et de travailler avec cette peur, cette appréhension pour notre vie et pour nos familles que nous ne voulons pas laisser derrière nous. Read More »

Hollande invite Macron et Le Pen à l'hommage au policier tué — France

Marine le Pen et Emmanuel Macron devraient également assister à la cérémonie. Sur la photo le représentant en uniforme, il a le regard aussi doux que son léger sourire. Après quelques années, il avait passé le concours de la police nationale, en 2010. Xavier Jugelé, 37 ans , un membre de la 32e compagnie de la direction de l'ordre public et de la circulation (DOPC) de la préfecture de police de Paris a été abattu dans cette fusillade revendiquée par Daesh. Read More »

Neymar ne jouera pas le Clasico


Barcelone a déposé vendredi une ultime demande devant le Tribunal Administratif du Sport espagnol (TAD). Mais c'est finalement le Barça qui a décidé de ne pas retenir Neymar " en raison de l'incertitude juridique résultant de l'absence de réponse du TAS à moins de 12 heures du match et pour concentrer son attention sur le sportif ", a fait savoir le club catalan dans un communiqué. Read More »

Attentat des Champs-Élysées: ce que l'on sait


Le magistrat a commencé par rendre hommage au policier qui "a payé de sa vie la mission de protection qu'il assurait, tombant sous les balles d'un terroriste": "j'aurais avant toute chose une pensée émue pour les proches de ce gardien de la paix décédé en fonction". Read More »

Donald Trump attacks North Korea's 'belligerence'

The United States could strike North Korea if it attacks a USA military base or tests an intercontinental ballistic missile, President Donald Trump's U.N. It emerged Sunday that North Korea has detained another U.S. citizen, which brings the number of Americans held in the country to three. In another sign of the intense focus on Pyongyang in Washington, the White House is expected to host US senators for a top-level briefing on North Korea on Wednesday, a White House official said. Read More »

Crisis talks over North Korea amid fears of new nuclear test


Pak Yong Sik said at a "national meeting" of thousands of senior military and civilian officials. A ruling Chinese Communist Party newspaper warned North Korea Tuesday against conducting another nuclear test, saying that would likely propel events past the "point of no return". Read More »

I would have made 10 subs, rages Everton boss


West Ham held Europa-League chasing Everton to a boring goalless Premier League draw at the London Stadium . "I guess if you look at it we lacked the sharpness in our final ball today, but I think earlier in the season we would have lost this game". Read More »