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Donald Trump threatens James Comey on Twitter after firing him


Thursday: "Oh, I was going fire regardless of recommendation. he made a recommendation, he's highly respected, very good guy, very smart guy, the Democrats like him, the Republicans like him, he made a recommendation but regardless of recommendation I was going to fire Comey ", Trump said in an interview with NBC's Lester Holt. Lire la suite »

Scottish Tories in U-turn to back free prescriptions


Murdo Fraser, the Scottish Conservative's shadow finance minister, said: 'The SNP has already made Scotland the highest-taxed part of the UK. He said that between the 1979 and 2014 referendums, that was about a generation. The SNP leader warned a greater Tory majority at Westminster following next month's General Election would lead to "an even greater burden of needless austerity". Lire la suite »

In Trump Abbas-Meet, Hope Springs Eternal as Peace Prospects Run Dry

It brought an air of optimism to the White House. Abbas who has been in office since 2005 and was part of two failed United States attempts to negotiate peace under George W. What went unsaid Wednesday was Trump's willingness in February to back off a two-state framework . "But any agreement can not be imposed by the United States or by any other nation". Lire la suite »

Boy, 8, beaten unconscious days before days before killing himself


In the video, Gabriel is seen shaking hands with a student. Gabriel hanged himself with a necktie in the bedroom of his Cincinnati apartment on January 26. As Gabe's Mother, it's my obligation to make sure that this will never happen again. "I am my son's voice and it will be heard", Reynolds said in the statement. Lire la suite »

Netanyahu Slashes $1 Million from UN Contribution over UNESCO Resolution

The resolution was passed with a vote of 22 in favor of the resolution, 10 opposing and 23 abstaining, the Times of Israel reported . Speaking to foreign diplomats at a reception marking the country's founding, Netanyahu said: "There are more countries today that are abstaining or supporting Israel than there are those opposing Israel". Lire la suite »

Moon warns North Korea over missile launch

Whatever the type of missile, the launch forces the new South Korean leader, Moon Jae-in, to put dealing with Pyongyang above the domestic economic agenda he made a priority during his early days in office. North Korea fired a ballistic missile on Sunday in defiance of calls to rein in its weapons program, South Korean and USA officials said, days after a new leader took office in the South, pledging to engage it in dialogue. Lire la suite »

Le nouveau président Macron entre à l'Elysée

François Hollande a quitté l'Élysée dimanche 14 mai et cédé sa place au nouveau président Emmanuel Macron . Le président de la République a ainsi rendu visite à plusieurs militaires blessés dans des opérations extérieures liées à la lutte contre le terrorisme islamiste, le premier, 29 ans, au Mali en 2016, le second, 27 ans, en Afghanistan en 2010 (naturalisé français en 2011 pour ces raisons), et le troisième, 21 ans, également au Mali fin 2016. Lire la suite »

PM Modi speaks to new South Korean President


That's exactly what happened. He even said that he would "visit rival North Korea under the right conditions". Please accept my congratulations on your election as President of the Republic of Korea. Moon has announced that he will "sincerely negotiate" with our officials and China over THAAD. In any case, Moon faces some dicey issues with the Trump administration. Lire la suite »

FG says measures in place to prevent 'WannaCry' cyber-attack

British cybersecurity expert Graham Cluley doesn't want to blame the NSA for the attack. Security experts say unknown hackers took advantage of tools stolen from the US National Security Agency. Fortune reported Thursday that the price of bitcoin was at an all-time high. In Britain, the National Health Service was badly hit because its IT systems are chronically underfunded. Lire la suite »

India skips China's OBOR summit in Beijing

The Belt and Road Forum (BRF) is part of the "Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road" (OBOR) initiative launched by President Xi Jinping in 2013. The statement made it clear that India can not accept a project which ignores its core concern over sovereignty and territorial integrity. But some Western diplomats have expressed unease about both the summit and the plan as a whole, seeing it as an attempt to promote Chinese influence globally. Lire la suite »

CPEC core project of Belt and Road initiative: PM Nawaz

Embassy in Beijing. One of the criticisms of the Silk Road plan is that host countries may struggle to pay back loans for huge infrastructure projects being carried out and funded by Chinese companies and banks. North Korea, which considers China its sole major diplomatic ally and economic benefactor, raised eyebrows when it chose to send a delegation to the summit. Lire la suite »

North Korea Missile Lands Near Russia

A Ministry spokeswoman, Hua Chunying, said countries "should not do things that further escalate tensions in the region". New South Korean President Moon Jae-In, who was inaugurated on Wednesday, slammed the missile test as a "reckless provocation" after holding an emergency meeting with national security advisers. Lire la suite »

Doctors advise Kapil Mishra to get hospitalised


They were bundled into a bus and taken away even as they were shouting "inquilab zindabad" and carrying banners saying "Kapil Mishra jis thali mein khata hai, usi main chhed karta hai". A day after a man attacked sacked AAP minister Kapil Mishra, police said the accused was an AAP worker, presently working at one of the mohalla clinics of Health Minister Satyendar Jain. Lire la suite »

Aust could've been hit by malware

It is a business that has been impacted. With Europe feeling the full brunt of the attack, German railways also screeched to a halt , while US-based courier FedEx Corp suffered interference as the ransomware also spread to Asia and South America. Lire la suite »

Undercover agents find registered church to be sex club


Christine Gibson and Bill Earles paid $40 to gain access into the club's secret sex chamber, and once inside, made their way through 12 rooms with either a bed or a lounge chair where couples and groups were having sex while others watched, court documents read. Lire la suite »

US says Trump 'can't imagine Russia pleased' with North Korea missile

The North Korean diplomat has expressed a new point of view: Pyongyang would be willing to meet with the Trump administration for talks on the nuclear issue "if the conditions are set". "If North Korea doesn't accept the united request by the global community and continues its provocations, it will inevitably face strong punishment", the party's spokesman Youn Kwan-suk said. Lire la suite »

Well-rested Warriors begin showdown with hobbled Spurs

Harden did get a standing ovation after fouling out from the Rockets fans that did remain in the building when the game was winding down. Coach Gregg Popovich didn't provide many details about Leonard's injury on Thursday. "It is going to hurt and linger", said Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni. "I think this one prepared us for the next one". "Especially the way we were resilient all year long, fought through adversity". Lire la suite »

North Korea missile test a 'threat to global peace'

Russia's missile alert systems detected the launch at around 2330 (2000 GMT) on May 13 and tracked the missile for 23 minutes before it crushed into the Sea of Japan some 500 kilometres (310.69 miles) off the Russian coast, a ministry statement said. Lire la suite »

No US plane allowed to fly


With the help of Russian Federation and Iranian-backed Shia jihadist militias, the Syrian regime of President Bashar Al-Assad has gained the military upper hand in the six-year conflict. On Friday, Russian media reported that U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov had a telephone conversation about "de-escalation zones" in Syria. Lire la suite »

Xi Jinping offers billions for China's Silk Road initiative

The Belt and Road initiative involves some 65 countries , and the China Development Bank has set $890 billion for about 900 projects. Xi did not give a time frame for the new loans, aid and funding pledged on Sunday. "It marks the transition and the emergence of a new world order in which there will be multiple power centers...from a unipolar world that is dominated by the United States and the West into one in which Asia, particularly China, is emerging as a center of gravity particularly ... Lire la suite »

79 people forced to evacuate Georgia wildfire


The American Red Cross established a shelter at the recreation center in Kingsland on Sunday for evacuees related to the West Mims fire, but it still sat empty on Monday. Crisp County Emergency Management Agency Director Sheriff Billy Hancock got the call Sunday morning to send help to Saint George, where the West Mims Fire has forced almost 80 people to leave their homes. Lire la suite »