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Trump faces new lawsuit over business empire


Now, the attorneys general for the District of Columbia and Maryland are giving oversight a try. The president is already fending off similar claims in federal court in NY that he violated the foreign and domestic emoluments clauses . Lire la suite »

34 high-rise tower blocks across United Kingdom fail fire safety test


Some 200 residents of the block were refusing to leave on Saturday evening as many said they would not sleep on an air mattresses in the leisure centre when they could stay in their own home. Combustible cladding used to insulate the tower and improve its appearance has been blamed for the rapid spread of the blaze. Work to secure their flats on the Chalcots estate could take up to four weeks and urgent accommodation was being sought by Camden Council. Lire la suite »

Qatar ultimatum 'against int'l law' - Erdogan

In a statement issued on Sunday, the top USA diplomat added, however, that the list submitted by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Egypt includes "significant areas which provide a basis for ongoing dialogue leading to a resolution". Lire la suite »

Dennis Rodman, marijuana, and a North Korean prison release: Phillip Morris


Kim Jong-un returned United States prisoner Otto Warmbier in a coma and intelligence chiefs believe he could have experienced the harsh regime's brutality. Securing Warmbier's release "was a big priority " for President Donald Trump , who worked "very hard and very closely" with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said. Lire la suite »

London tower fire: 79 people presumed dead


He also said that five people reported missing had now been found safe and well. The National Health Service said that 17 patients were still being treated in hospital, of whom nine remain in critical condition. The job's contractor has said the work met all fire standards. Council leader Nicholas Paget-Brown said he understood residents' anger and that the authority itself wanted to know why the fire had started and spread so quickly - but it was too big for one council to handle alone. Lire la suite »

Russian Federation says they might have killed Baghdadi in an air strike


This is the first time that Russian Federation has claimed killing al-Baghdadi, despite previous reports of the leader's death circulating. Russian Federation has claimed killing the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant in an air strike targeting a meeting of ISIL leaders just outside the group's de-facto capital in Syria . Lire la suite »

PM Modi gets warm welcome by Indians in US

Analysts said Monday's meeting at the White House would give Modi the chance to size up a U.S. leader whose focus has so far been on ties with India's regional rival China . "Yes, this will be the first opportunity for them to sit down and have a conversation, but I think that this is still fairly early on in the administration", the official said. Lire la suite »

White House to roll out red carpet for Prime Minister Modi

Modi, who arrived here this morning, will hold summit talks with Trump tomorrow afternoon in the White House and the two leaders would spend several hours together in various settings including one-on-one and delegation-level meetings, a reception and a working dinner. Lire la suite »

Australia to resume Syria airstrikes after Russian threat


The Russian diplomat said earlier on Thursday that Russia considered the downing of the Syrian Air Force Su-22 warplane by the US-led coalition as a flagrant violation of the worldwide law, the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity of Syria , which required a thorough investigation. Lire la suite »

Dog defeats chicken, donkey, little boy to become mayor of Kentucky town


Being a mayor is a "ruff" job - but this dog, elected to the top post at a small town in Kentucky, is up to the task. This year Brynneth Pawltro beat out a cat, a chicken, and a donkey for the local political office. Mr Kayeser said that people had to pay a dollar to vote. This year's election helped fix the town's General Store, which was destroyed in a fire in 2016. Lire la suite »

India too strong for England in Women's World Cup opener

But her departure for 81 - one of four run-outs in the innings - left the lower order of England , now a team of full-time professionals, with too much to do. On the other end of the spectrum, South Africa have no players in that age bracket, with the honour of captaincy falling on 24-year-old Dane van Niekerk. Lire la suite »

UK authorities charge Welsh man with murder in mosque attack


Darren Osborne was remanded in custody on Friday after an appearance at Westminster Magistrates Court . The British van driver suspected of mowing down Muslim worshippers near a London mosque appeared in court on Friday charged with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder. Lire la suite »

Why North Korea, US don't want all-out war


The United States assessed that the test, the latest in a series of engine and missile tests this year, could be for the smallest stage of an ICBM rocket engine, the official said , speaking on condition of anonymity. North Korea carried out a test of a rocket engine that could possibly power an intercontinental ballistic missile to take one of its nuclear devices to the USA mainland, Rueters and Fox News report . Lire la suite »

Sonia Gandhi To Chair Opposition Meeting Today To Decide Presidential Candidate


Mr. Panneerselvam said BJP president Amit Shah had sought support from him for Mr. Kovind and the matter was discussed with senior functionaries of the faction on June 22, besides MPs and MLAs owing allegiance to him. "If someone is trying to make a Dalit a President with the objective of gaining a vote bank then we are not with them, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray said". Lire la suite »

Recreational boat with 150 aboard sinks near Colombian city


A statement from the Colombian air force said that a helicopter was on the way to the Penol reservoir near the town of Guatape, which is approximately 45km east of Colombia's second largest city of Medellin. Local media have reported three deaths and up to 30 people missing. "The situation looks serious", said an official with the Antioquia government. Lire la suite »

Price backs Senate health care bill, admits getting votes will be tough

Trump said the Democrats' theme is "resist" - which he interpreted as "obstruction" - and that "if it was the greatest bill ever proposed in mankind, we wouldn't get a vote" from them. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has signaled he wants to pass the bill before the July 4 holiday weekend. If the Senate approves its repeal version, either the House would have to pass the same bill or reconcile its version with the Senate's before Trump could sign it into law. Lire la suite »

Jeremy Corbyn Glastonbury Speech: Labour Leader Mocks Donald Trump

The bands and artists on the bill of Glastonbury , including Foo Fighters, Kaiser Chiefs, #Royal Blood and Radiohead all had their opinions on Corbyn . "Don't see them as a threat, don't see them as an enemy". There's a message for president Donald Trump. Alastair Monty (29), from London, said: "I'll be interested to see what all the fuss is about". Lire la suite »

Nouveau témoin sur les soupçons d'emplois fictifs — MoDem

Que reproche-t-on au MoDem? Dans un article publié jeudi , nous révélions que le parti centriste a utilisé les fonds européens en 2009, après le revers électoral enregistré aux législatives de 2007. François Bayrou se livre De retour dans sa ville, il a accordé une longue interview à notre équipe. François Bayrou a quitté son poste de ministre de la Justice pour se défendre dans l'affaire des assistants parlementaires du MoDem . Lire la suite »

MoDem : nouveau témoin sur les soupçons d'emplois fictifs

Seuls 32% des sondés souhaitent le maintien de M. Bayrou, mis sous pression depuis l'ouverture d'une enquête préliminaire pour "abus de confiance et recel" visant à déterminer si le MoDem qu'il préside a employé des collaborateurs aux frais du Parlement européen. Lire la suite »

Democrats and the losing politics of contempt

We may have some different beliefs, but we are apart of one community... the community of the 6th district.", stated Handel during her victory speech. "It's time for a new generation of leadership in the party". On Thursday, Trump jumped into the political fray, taking a swipe at Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer in a tweet . Lire la suite »

Lil' Kim Investigated by LAPD After Armed Robbery


TMZ reported that it learned from law enforcement sources that Kim, 43, had rented a house for a BET Awards party, but she apparently changed her mind about the house after inspecting it. Police was later called to the crib and they told both parties that they couldn't help because it's a civil matter. The controversial rapper "is a person of interest" as the LAPD look at the case in which $20,000 of cash was taken from the home that was also vandalized. Lire la suite »