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Emily Thornberry turns the air blue on Marr


During the fiery interview, she went on to accuse Mr Fallon of lying to the electorate ahead of the General Election on June 8. Thornberry said it was "not true" she wanted to see a negotiation with Argentina over the future of the Falkland Islands, and that Jeremy Corbyn did not have "open support" for the IRA. Lire la suite »

Films for the Perfect Mother's Day


We shared many remarkable memories throughout the years. She bothers you from the very first day of your life to the day, today. This way you can give her a collection of some of the most lovely memories of her life . A Spartanburg woman is accused of hitting a little boy after he made a Mother's Day card for his grandmother, instead of her. The excitement to honor the mothers of the land isn't really surprising. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron appelle au rassemblement dans son discours

Macron a recueilli 66,10% des voix face à Marine Le Pen (Front national, 33,90%). "J'y oeuvrerai", a promis le président de la République. "Les Français ont choisi l'espoir et l'esprit de conquête", a débuté Emmanuel Macron. "Nos institutions, décriées par certains, doivent retrouver aux yeux des Français l'efficacité qui en a garanti la pérennité". Je crois aux instituions de la Ve République. Lire la suite »

Local election results: Labour retains Doncaster Council

May, who will be in the June 8 general election, has urged voters that a Conservative majority in Parliament will strengthen Britain's hand in exit talks with the European Union. The Scottish National Party, which is seeking another referendum on seceding from the United Kingdom on the back of Brexit, won 31 seats to end up with 431. Lire la suite »

Sturgeon: Public sector 'vulnerable' to cyber attacks


A spokeswoman said the company was "doing what is needed to counter this attack". It shows we urgently need to explore what steps could be taken to better protect vital systems like this from cyber attacks. The kill switch also couldn't help those already infected. The researcher explained that the attackers may still rewrite the code and relaunch the cycle and urged everyone to promptly patch their systems. Lire la suite »

Tender ballad by Portugal's Sobral wins Eurovision


Salvador Sobral beat off fierce competition in Kiev, Ukraine , on Saturday (13.05.17) to be crowned the victor of the annual extravaganza, giving his home country their first win since they started competing 53 years ago. Russian Federation is one of Eurovision's heavy hitters, tied with Sweden for the most top-five finishes this century. In response, Russia's state-owned Channel 1 television refused to broadcast the contest, replacing Saturday's final with a screening of the film "Alien". Lire la suite »

DR Congo hit by new Ebola virus outbreak

Among more than 11,000 people who were vaccinated in the trial, no cases of Ebola virus disease occurred. While Ebola outbreaks are always risky, there is some reassuring news here. Supplies of the vaccine, first tested during the widespread West African outbreak, have been stockpiled by Gavi, a public-private partnership that makes vaccines available to lower-income countries. Lire la suite »

Emmanuel Macron arrive à l'Elysée pour la passation de pouvoirs

Après avoir traversé la cour d'honneur sous l'œil impassible de la Garde Républicaine, le président fraîchement élu est accueilli par son prédécesseur, pour la traditionnelle photo sur les marches du Palais. Emmanuel Macron a officiellement été investi président de la République dimanche matin, après un discours du président du Conseil constitutionnel Laurent Fabius dans la salle des Fêtes de l'Elysée. Lire la suite »

Beware! Long-term aspirin use may not lower risk of stroke

The team presented the results of the study at Heart Rhythm 2017, the Heart Rhythm Society's 38th Annual Scientific Sessions , in Chicago. "When AF patients are considered low risk for stroke, physicians often treat them with aspirin rather than stronger anticoagulants to further lower that risk", said lead study author Jared Bunch from Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt City, Utah. Lire la suite »

Portugal wins Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev

According to the country's law, Ukraine may ban entry for any foreigners who had visited post-referendum Crimea without a permit from Kiev. The contest took place against the backdrop of continued fighting between Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists hundreds of kilometres east of Kiev. Lire la suite »

Crise Trump-Comey: À quoi sert un directeur du FBI ?


Dans une lettre adressée à M. Comey datée de mardi, M. Trump a martelé que le directeur lui avait confié " à trois reprises " qui n'était pas personnellement sous enquête. De plus, la manière utilisée par le président pour congédier le directeur - il l'a appris à la télévision - confirme le côté vindicatif et rancunier de Donald Trump . Lire la suite »

Congo death signals new Ebola outbreak-ministry

The Minister advised health care providers and members of the public, to report any sign of illness to public health officials. Latest update on #Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo #DRC #alert- WHO (@WHO) May 12, 2017 This is the 8th outbreak to hit the Congo, that's more any other country. Lire la suite »

UN agency announces 2 more suspected Ebola cases in Congo

The zone is some 1,300km from the capital, Kinshasa. Two others may have also died from the disease. The disease is fatal in almost 90 percent of cases and is highly contagious, spreading through people by direct contact and leaving survivors with long-term health problems. Lire la suite »

Alexis Kohler nommé secrétaire général de l'Elysée


Alexis Kohler , 44 ans, ancien élève de l'Ecole nationale d'administration (Ena, promotion Averroès) était directeur de cabinet d'Emmanuel Macron lorsqu'il était ministre de l'Economie. Ce titre de conseiller spécial a revetu plusieurs sens selon les Présidents. Actuel ambassadeur de France en Allemagne, Philippe Etienne (61 ans) a été nommé conseiller diplomatique. Lire la suite »

Communication cacophonique de l'administration Trump — FBI

Donald Trump a tenté de dissuader, ce vendredi, l'ancien patron du FBI James Comey de faire des révélations dans la presse. Les trois échanges relatés par Trump avec le désormais ex-directeur du FBI peuvent s'apparenter à une tentative d'interférence voir même d'intimidation. Lire la suite »

Tir nord-coréen: Trump appelle à des "sanctions bien plus fortes"

La Chine, que les Etats-Unis ne cessent d'exhorter à faire pression sur son voisin et allié nord-coréen, a tenté de tempérer les choses. Le porte-parole du ministère des Affaires étrangères annonce le communiqué du gouvernement suite au tir d'essai du missile balistique au matin du 14 mai 2017. Lire la suite »

Frozen burritos recalled for possible listeria contamination


The chicken and waffle, turkey ham and waffle and oatmeal with waffle and sausage patty frozen entrees were produced and packaged between May 2016 through May of 2017. In addition, serious and sometimes fatal infections in older adults and persons with weakened immune systems". The products subject to recall bear "EST". Lire la suite »

Researcher accidentally finds 'kill switch' for cyberattack ransomware

The Shadow Brokers released Eternal Blue as part of a trove of hacking tools that they said belonged to the US spy agency. Nearly immediately, it was used to hijack thousands of machines on the internet. Users should also install security updates on their computers and back up files in case of attack. Microsoft, which is regarding the ransomware as a severe threat, advises affected users to run one of three free programs to detect and remove the threat. Lire la suite »

China tests new missile near Korean peninsula

Although the missile test may have been scheduled in advance, some experts suspect that the test, of what is believed to be a DF-26 intermediate-range ballistic missile, was intended as a warning. Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said Wednesday that China had no intention of softening its opposition. China protested vociferously, claiming that the THAAD radar could see into China. Lire la suite »

Bobby Ryan donne la victoire aux Sénateurs en prolongation


Ottawa a fini la période fort et a pris à l'avantage grâce à Jean-Gabriel Pageau, avec son 8e but des play-offs. Fleury a quant à lui bloqué 33 lancers pour Pittsburgh. Les visiteurs ont été les premiers à s'inscrire au tableau indicateur, à 14:32 de la première période. Posté derrière le filet de Fleury, Ryan a servi une passe parfaite à Pageau, qui avait été laissé seul dans l'enclave. Lire la suite »