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François Hollande rencontre Angela Merkel pour la dernière fois — Allemagne-France


Le président a confessé son "émotion" de présider à la dernière cérémonie du 8 mai, "et puis beaucoup d'émotion aussi, disons-le très franchement, très sincèrement, de donner à Emmanuel Macron la marche à suivre ". " Et il m'a dit à l'époque +Ce sera mon vote, mais un vote de raison+ ". Le chef de la gauche radicale, Jean-Luc Mélenchon, fort de ses 19,58% des suffrages au premier tour, a aussi appelé les Français à se " fédérer " pour les législatives pour s'opposer au " nouveau monarque ... Read More »

Longévité, inégalités, disparités — Santé des Français


L'écart d'espérance de vie à 35 ans entre cadre et ouvriers est, chez les hommes, de plus de 6 ans. Selon le dernier "Etat de santé de la population en France", que publie l'agence Santé publique France et la Direction de la recherche, des études, de l'évaluation et des statistiques (DREES), l'espérance de vie dans l'Hexagone est élevée: 85 ans pour les femmes, 78,9 ans pour les hommes. Read More »

The Offspring Frontman Dexter Holland Earns A Ph.D


Well, pick the correct answer from the choices below! Now that his thesis-which you can take a peek at here , and which looks pretty legit-is done, Holland can finally come out and play; he says he's excited to get back to devoting his full attention to The Offspring , which has been touring semi-regularly and working on its 10th studio album for the last several years. Read More »

Hughes. McGirt tied for Players lead

Fowler also shot 70. - On a track as hard to dominate as the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass and a tournament as tough as The Players Championship, synergy - when the results are actually better than the sum of its parts - can be the most important attribute to carry in the bag. Read More »

Un éléphant se promène en pleine ville — Clermont-Ferrand


Une femelle éléphant a en effet faussé compagnie à son dresseur du cirque La Piste aux étoiles , brièvement. Dans l'après-midi, vers 14h30, le pachyderme de quatre tonnes et demi, âgé de 42 ans, a traversé la double voie rue Louis Blériot , sous le regard médusé des automobilistes. Read More »

Large tunnel containing nuclear waste collapses

Perry announced that the 400-square foot (37 square meters) partial collapse of the tunnel roof had been filled by 53 truckloads of dirt delivered by workers in protective gear at the highly radioactive site. Now it is engaged in cleaning up the radioactive waste. The Hanford Site , about 150 miles southeast of Seattle, is a former nuclear production complex and home to a long-running, challenging and sometimes troubled cleanup operation. Read More »

Two killed in separate crashes along Iron Range highway


Statsman was not injured. Alcohol was not a factor. This was the second crash on Highway 135 Wednesday. The first happened around 2 p.m. near Aurora when the driver of a 2013 Ford Taurus crossed the center line of the southbound lane and collided head-on with a 2005 Chevy Impala in the northbound lane, an MSP report states. Read More »

Celebrating Cinco de Mayo in Pillette Village


Vazquez tells us that Puebla is really the only city and state in Mexico to celebrate the holiday. Then-candidate Donald Trump celebrated the Mexican holiday of Cinco de Mayo a year ago with a taco bowl from Trump Tower Grill. In Chandler, Arizona, there are annual Chihuahua dog races on Cinco de Mayo . TGI Fridays: The restaurant is offering deals on its signature Casamigos Strawberry 'Ritas and Suaza 'Ritas on Cinco De Mayo . Read More »

International pop sensation Justin Bieber arrives in India


India is just one of the many countries Justin is visiting as part of his goal tour, with the Canadian crooner staying in the nation for four days. Several newspapers reported that Bieber will avoid Mumbai's notoriously congested traffic by taking a helicopter from his hotel in the centre of the city to the concert venue. Read More »

Snapchat's growth stalls in Facebook's shadow in 1Q report

Now, the company behind Snapchat is bent on becoming more like its bigger rival - at least when it comes to success - by courting new users and with them, advertisers. Analysts at another market maker of Snap shares, William Blair, said Snap's struggles to produce predictable increases in total users "should not materially change the bull or bear debate" on the company because Snap is concentrating on revenue growth more than user growth . Read More »

Baby dragon dinosaur's identity finally revealed


The researchers were a joint Canadian-Chinese team led by Hanyong Pu of the Henan Geological Museum . The fossils were taken from China to the United States shortly after their discovery, but were not studied thoroughly until they were returned to China in recent years. Read More »

Paris de nouveau en tête du classement des villes de congrès


Avec 196 congrès organisés par des associations internationales, Paris surclasse ses concurrentes, Vienne (186), Barcelone (181), Berlin (176) ou encore Londres (153). Du point de vue économique, ce pan du tourisme d'affaires est également une bonne nouvelle puisque, selon l'Office du tourisme et des congrès, l'activité des congrès a généré 1,2 milliard d'euros de retombées économiques et plus de 20.000 emplois dans les secteurs de l'organisations et des tourisme en 2016. Read More »

Led strikes against IS unintentionally killed 352 civilians: United States military

It has also upped its total civilian death toll to 352, though observers say actual figures are much higher. The military's official tally is anyway far below those of activists and monitoring groups. The coalition insists the ISIL group has targeted civilians and used them as human shields, making it hard to avoid civilian casualties despite its state-of-the-art technology. Read More »

Health Commish Wants Emergency Funding For Diseases


The soaring cost of the outbreak is causing state health officials to call for a 5 million dollar emergency fund to be built into the state's budget. The state health department is encouraging numerous families in the targeted community to get vaccinations for their children. "Twenty-nine percent of the 593 foreign-born cases of active TB diagnosed in Minnesota, or 161, were attributed to Somali born migrants". Read More »

Heroin epidemic pushing up hepatitis C infections in US


The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has brought five specific strategies to fight against the opioid epidemic that will save lives and reduce the impact of injection-related infectious diseases. Patrick agreed, noting that women who know they have the virus before pregnancy can be treated to hopefully clear the virus prior to becoming pregnant. Read More »

Have you suffered from Avocado Hand? Apparently it happens a lot


Simon Eccles suggested to the Times , which has also generously provided it's own graphic on how to properly slice open an avocado. According to The Times , there has been an increase in avocado-related injuries. It needs to be recognisable. The Times of London reports that more and more surgeons are seeing cases of what they call " avocado hand " - amateur chefs who go to the hospital with hand injuries they sustained while struggling to halve this well-protected fruit. Read More »

000 enfants blessés chaque année à cause des cotons-tiges


Les Cotons-Tiges auraient engendré des blessures chez environ 260 000 enfants de moins de 18 ans entre 1990 et 2010 aux Etats-Unis, selon une étude américaine publiée dans The Journal of Pediatrics . Notre conseil pour éviter toute blessure: n'utilisez pas de cotons-tiges. De nombreuses personnes ont le réflexe du coton tige pour parfaire le nettoyage de leurs oreilles. Read More »

Donald Trump débarque le directeur du FBI


Il s'agit d'un scénario " nixonien", avancent plusieurs responsables américains, en référence au " Massacre du samedi soir " de 1973, lorsque le président républicain de l'époque, Richard Nixon, avait décidé le renvoi d'un procureur indépendant qui enquêtait sur l'affaire du Watergate. Read More »

CCNY, TechnoVax translational research leads to potential Zika virus vaccine


Zika has been identified by the World Health Organization as an global public health threat; ongoing local transmission is occurring in more than 60 countries. She tested positive for the virus and did report mosquito bites, but said she hadn't had any symptoms related to Zika infection. The majority of cases were in people who contracted the virus while traveling outside the country. Read More »

Comey voulait élargir l'enquête du FBI — Affaire russe

En mars, lors d'une audition au Congrès, M. Comey avait confirmé l'existence d'une enquête sur une éventuelle " coordination " entre des membres de l'équipe de campagne de Donald Trump et Moscou. Pour rappel, les services du renseignement américain avaient officiellement conclu en décembre 2016 que des hackers russes se sont introduits dans les e-mails du Comité national démocrate. Read More »

ICE operation nets 76 suspected S.A.-area gang members


Of the total arrested, two-thirds were US citizens, one-third were foreign nationals from 21 countries in South and Central America, Asia, Africa, Europe and the Caribbean. Officials said the greatest activity of enforcement actions took place in Houston, New York, Atlanta and Newark areas. Nationwide, the biggest gangs targeted were the Bloods, Sureños, the Crips and MS-13, an worldwide gang with thousands of members in El Salvador, its command center. Read More »

Vikings feel receiver Michael Floyd has learned and grown


In February, a couple weeks after the Super Bowl, Floyd was sentenced to 24 days in jail and three-plus months on home arrest for the DWI, his second conviction. Coach Mike Zimmer mostly sticks to a meritocracy when he assigns playing time; draft status doesn't have much say in whether a player will see the field frequently. Read More »