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ARMS June Update Includes Spectator and LAN Modes

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Choose to participate in an Arena match and everyone in a lobby will take it in turns to prove their mettle in 1-on-1 battles. Players can switch (no pun intended) to LAN mode by clicking down on the left stick, and pressing L and R, while on the main menu. Lire la suite »

Modi greets nation on Eid-ul-Fitr

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Ramadan is a month-long fast, which marks the month Muslims believe their Holy Book, the Quran, was revealed to the Prophet Mohammed. Ramadan is marked by fasting that occurs from sunrise to sunset. Bush and Barack Obama. Of curious note is that the White House did host the Annual Congressional Picnic on the South Lawn of the White House at 6 p.m. Lire la suite »

Verdict reached in trial of man accused of killing Baby Doe

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Michael McCarthy watches as jury selection begins for his murder trial in Suffolk Superior Court in Boston on May 22, 2017. Michael McCarthy was charged in the 2015 killing of Bella Bond, his girlfriend's daughter. "He's a sick psychotic individual". Sitting a few feet away from Conley was McCarthy's father, Joseph Sr., who attended every day of the trial. "Karma takes care of bad people", he said. Lire la suite »

Colombian ferry with 150 passengers aboard sinks in reservoir

In a press conference on Sunday, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos confirmed the number of dead and said that 122 people had been pulled from the water in the wake of the accident. The reservoir, which was created as a result of a controversial dam built in the late 1970s, is widely recommended as a place to visit, with boat rides on the water being cited. Lire la suite »

Turkey rejects demand to close military base in Qatar

Qatar denies critics' accusations of supporting extremist elements. Qatar , who has been accused of providing financing to Al-Qaeda and other Islamist groups, has rebuffed these demands saying they are an impingement of its sovereignty and have nothing to do with fighting terrorism . Lire la suite »

Salve de tweets de Trump qui exige "des excuses" — Affaire russe

Le Post rapporte qu'en plus de l'avertissement formulé directement par Barack Obama à Vladimir Poutine, en marge d'un sommet en Chine en septembre, le patron de la CIA, John Brennan, a téléphoné le 4 août à son homologue des services de sécurité russes FSB, Alexander Bortnikov, pour l'avertir. Lire la suite »

Wettlaufer sentencing hearing begins Monday

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CARP and the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly are demanding that Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne hold a public inquiry into the Elizabeth Wettlaufer murders and the "systematic failures of long-term care". "She was the shadow of death that passed over them on the night shift where she supervised". "I am truly sorry for the people I injured or murdered..." "I will miss him always", she said. Lire la suite »

UK prime minister wins N Ireland party's support govt

May and DUP leader Arlene Foster presided at the signing of a deal at Downing Street on Monday. The leader of a North. "As the Prime Minister herself has said, the deal will be public". A deal allows May to pass in the 650-seat parliament, and stay in power as she attempts to negotiate Britain's exit from the European Union. Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted that any sense of fairness was "sacrificed on the altar of grubby DUP deal". Lire la suite »

Alleged NSW 'drug kingpin' to face court

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But on Monday, Darren Rispen, 42, was arrested in broad daylight outside a supermarket in Nelson Bay's main street. Darren Rispen, 42, had been on the run since October 2014 after skipping bail while facing 26-drug-related offences, seven of which were for commercial supply. Lire la suite »

Lifeguards would have prevented Camber Sands tragedy, says brother

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Ahead of the inquest, Ajirthan Ravi, the brother of victim Nitharsan Ravi, said he hoped the inquest would lead to an improvement of safety at Camber Sands. His son, who lived in Brazil with his mother, was visiting his father who lives in Croydon, when he drowned during the outing to Camber Sands. Rother District Council agreed in February to allocate £51,000 in its 2017/18 budget to bring in seasonal lifeguard cover following demands for safety to be increased at Camber, which can attract ... Lire la suite »

US, Russia Agree To Keep Iran Away From Jordan

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An armed Shaheed-129 UAV "displayed hostile intent and advanced on Coalition forces" at 12:30 am local time on Tuesday, the coalition said in a statement . The US-led coalition in the Middle East is looking shaky after Australia suspended all air operations over Syria in the face of Russian threats and an escalation of tensions in the region. Lire la suite »

Turkey rejects Arab terms to Qatar, US says are 'difficult'

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On June 5, five Arab states - Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates , Bahrain and Yemen - abruptly cut diplomatic relations with Qatar , accusing it of supporting terrorism . Doha said it was reviewing the list, but said it was not reasonable or actionable. On Saturday, Qatar's foreign minister rejected the list of 13 conditions imposed by the four countries. Lire la suite »

'Father's Day for Philando' protest outside St. Anthony Police Dept

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Paul suburb seconds after he told the officer he was armed. The shooting gained national attention after Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, live-streamed the gruesome aftermath on Facebook . The protesters, who were booked at the Ramsey County Jail, face charges for being a pedestrian on the highway and other charges, Nielson said. "This is a tragedy that impacts many people and lives in our community were forever changed", St. Lire la suite »

Hurricane Dora forms in the Pacific off Mexico's coast

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With two tropical storms last week - "Bret" & "Cindy" - this rather stunning stat from Dr. Phil Klotzbac: there have been 164 tropical cyclones over the Atlantic Basin without a Cat. In this scenario, widespread rain amounts of 75-150 mm (3-6 inches) may target the coast and southern slopes of the mountains from Guerrero to Jalisco. Lire la suite »

North Korea denies torturing U.S. student Warmbier

Warmbier died Monday at University of Cincinnati Hospital Medical Center, less than a week after returning to Cincinnati in a coma from North Korea last week after spending 15 months in state custody. The unnamed ministry spokesman told state-run media on Friday that Warmbier was provided "with medical treatment and brought him back alive" after his heart had almost stopped. Lire la suite »

Southwest Michigan teens shot, killed in Knoxville, Tenn

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On Thursday, at approximately 1:25 p.m., officers responded to a shooting in progress on Joe Lewis Road. The other victims were taken to a local hospital for treatment, where one of the men later died. Investigators say three men were shot in their vehicle during a planned drug deal for high-grade marijuana. Cook was wanted for shooting three people outside a South Knoxville apartment building should be considered armed and extremely unsafe. Lire la suite »

President to welcome India's prime minister Monday

The stage is set for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden meeting with US President Donald Trump on Monday. Washington D.C. (USA): Asserting that positive environment has enveloped India under his regime, Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the Indian Diaspora in the United States assured that he will fulfill all their dreams they have for their motherland. Lire la suite »

South Korea urges North to end weapons development

While President Moon Jae-in watched, the weapon, a type of Hyunmoo-2 missile, blasted off from a test site in Taean, a coastal county southwest of Seoul , the capital, the president's office said in a statement. The North consistently threatens to carry out these tests when Japanese, South Korean and United States fleets are conducting naval drills in the region. Lire la suite »

GST could be studied in US B-schools: Modi

India has been successful in convincing the world about the "face of terrorism" and that it was "destroying peace and normal life", Modi said ahead of his first meeting with US President Donald Trump , who had reportedly offered to mediate between India and Pakistan on the Kashmir issue drawing sharp reactions from New Delhi . Lire la suite »