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Mystery $1.6m in cash found in Sydney


The police found the suitcase with the $ 1.6 million treasure - just over one million euros - in the Wetherill Park area and suspected it was money from drug trafficking. "Wait.let me check my store room.arrgggghhhh I misplaced it again. thanks @AFP for finding my money.where can I collect it from???" a user said. "With approval by the minister, those funds are then reinvested into the community through a variety of means including local crime prevention, law enforcement, drug treatment and ... Lire la suite »

Affaire Grégory : le père de Murielle Bolle nie l'avoir battue

Murielle Bolle (à gauche) sortant du tribunal en octobre 1989. Bernard Laroche est arrêté après le témoignage de sa belle-sœur, Murielle Bolle. Il explique sa présence au domicile des parents Bolle le 5 novembre 1984 par le fait qu'après l'arrestation de Bernard Laroche, les siens avaient fait le déplacement dans les Vosges. Lire la suite »

Most Americans Think Washington Is Less Civil Under Trump


The survey revealed little difference in how Americans view civility across partisan lines. The poll also found that Americans trust the intelligence community and the courts the most and Congress and the media the least. The poll comes in the wake of Trump's escalated attacks on the media, specifically targeting CNN and the co-hosts of MSNBC's "Morning Joe" in recent days. Lire la suite »

Northstar Asset Management LLC Has $215000 Stake in US Bancorp (NYSE:USB)

Bancorp's analysts see 4.88% EPS growth. The highest sales estimate is $5.49 billion and the lowest is $5.44 billion. The company is expected to issue its next quarterly earnings results before the market opens on Wednesday, July 19th. If you are viewing this piece on another website, it was stolen and reposted in violation of United States and worldwide copyright legislation. The legal version of this article can be accessed at [[permalink]]. Lire la suite »

Quick-Thinking Boy Saves Family From Charging Bear


The two adults, including an uncle who was armed, were pushed to the side of the trail. "There was four of them in a line ... my son was third", said Lucas Clark, Elliot's father, to the Juneau Empire . Still alive, the bear then slid by Elliot's feet. Stoltzfus finished it off with another round. He had also been carrying his gun in his hands, while his uncle and granddad had theirs in slings over their shoulders. Lire la suite »

Market Highlights for the day: QUALCOMM Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM) from Communication Equipment

In other QUALCOMM news, EVP James H. Thompson sold 25,000 shares of QUALCOMM stock in a transaction dated Friday, April 21st. Calamos Advisors has an ownership of 1,126,225 stocks of the wireless technology firms shares valued $73,430,000 after scooping up an extra 275,479 shares through out the previous quarter, Capital Investment Advisory Services acquired a new position in QUALCOMM throughout the Q4 valued roughly $250,000. Lire la suite »

Ottawa Canada 150 event has unprecedented security, performances, fireworks


A short time later, before introducing Canada's two new astronauts, Trudeau tried to make right with the province that slipped his mind. He added: "The Irish have been welcomed here for hundreds of years and still now, from the starvation, where we were in many respects refugees, to now, we arrive by choice bringing ingenious little starts ups and approximately 17,165 Irish pubs". Lire la suite »

Une voiture fonce dans la foule à Boston


Après avoir fauché des piétons, le chauffeur de taxi, âgé de 56 ans, a heurté le mur d'un petit bâtiment, selon des photos publiées sur le site de la télévision locale Boston 25. D'après les premiers éléments d'enquête, "aucune information ne suggère que l'incident était intentionnel", a dit M. Procopio. Plusieurs personnes ont reçu des blessures de différentes gravités, selon la police du Massachusetts. Lire la suite »

Elton John bomb plotter Haroon Syed jailed for life


Despite the risk around the time of his brother's arrest, Syed, slipped through the net of the Prevent anti-radicalisation team although his passport was seized in 2015. So after some damage with machine guns then do itishadi (martyrdom) ... that's what I'm planning to do. An officer pretended to be Abu Yusuf when they did finally get together at a Costa Coffee in Slough, and their discussion was secretly recorded. Lire la suite »

3 deer found tied up in auto


The deputy notified the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, who sent an officer to assist the deputy. He then found a third in the trunk. The two men in the vehicle were charged with injuring an endangered species, taking a deer out of season and animal cruelty. They were released on Little Torch Key to prevent stress that would result from being transported back to Big Pine Key. Lire la suite »

Justice Kennedy tells job applicants he may retire next year


This cues have included leaks to The New York Times from administration sources concerning Kennedy's possible successors (both candidates named by the White House clerked for Kennedy in the 1990s), and the appointment of several Kennedy clerks to senior positions in the Department of Justice. Lire la suite »

High court dismisses plea of Himachal CM, Virbhadra Singh and others


A chargesheet was filed by CBI on March 31, when the high court refused to quash the FIR lodged against the chief minister and his wife in the disproportionate assets case. "His medical issues are common, so medical ground shouldn't considered". The probe agency had alleged that Singh, while serving as Union minister, had invested huge amounts in purchasing Life Insurance Corp. Lire la suite »

Here's where Republicans' health care plans stand


The idea also would leave unresolved the quandary lawmakers are struggling with now, about how to replace Obama's system of online insurance markets, tax subsidies and an expanded Medicaid with something that could get enough Republican votes to pass Congress. Lire la suite »

Bashar al-Assad sticks his head on new Syrian banknote


It went into circulation in several regions including the capital Damascus on Sunday, according to Central Bank governor Duraid Dergham. Durgham said the new note was put into circulation "in Damascus and a number of the provinces". Previously, the country's currency only carried images of historic icons or of the current president's father and previous leader, Hafez Assad, who died in 2000. Lire la suite »

Guanajuato, en alerta contra el coxsackie

Llagas de apariencia rojiza que por lo general salen dentro de la boca como encías, mejillas, lengua o paladar, así como en las palmas de las manos y en la planta de los pies son la principal seña del virus Coxsackie , padecimiento que en las últimas semanas ha tomado fuerza en diferentes municipios poblanos: de acuerdo a la Jurisdicción Sanitaria 10 hasta el momento no hay casos registrados en Tehuacán, pero se deben tomar precauciones. Lire la suite »

Britney Spears mobbed at Western Wall ahead of Tel Aviv concert


However representatives for Britney told WENN the Sunday dinner was "never confirmed" and that the Toxic singer has invited the fearless youngsters to her gig tonight and will meet them beforehand. It's all part of her "Britney: Live in Concert" tour, and the "Piece of Me" singer turned to Twitter to share her enthusiasm for the weeks that she has spent traveling and performing for her fans. Lire la suite »

BMO Capital Markets Reiterates Hold Rating for Pan American Silver Corp. (PAAS)

A number of other large investors also recently modified their holdings of PAAS. Pan American Silver Corp .'s quarterly revenue was up 25.5% compared to the same quarter past year. expectations" on June 28, 2017, also with their article: "Citigroup: No Stress Ahead" published on June 26, 2017, published: "Citigroup Is Destined To Double" on June 23, 2017. Lire la suite »

Greek Coast Guard Opens Fire on Turkish Cargo Ship in Aegean Sea


Kalkavan said the Greek coast guard instructed him to approach the Rhodes port in global waters but he refused to obey the call and briefed the Turkish side of the situation. According to the captain, the damage done to the ship hasn't affected its buoyancy and there's no danger of water getting in. In February, Turkish coast guard vessels entered Greek territorial waters near the disputed Imia islets in the southeast Aegean but no shots were fired. Lire la suite »

Several injured when taxi hits pedestrians at Boston airport


Several pedestrians suffered varying degrees of injury, according to police. The Boston Globe said at least nine people had been hurt, some of them seriously, citing a briefing from state police. Police, firefighting, and EMS units were responding to the scene. The station reports that the driver of the cab, a 56 year-old man from Cambridge, remained at the crash site following the incident. Lire la suite »