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Russia: US trying to 'shift responsibility' on North Korea

The article came days after Trump wrote a series of tweets saying he was "very disappointed" in China for not doing enough to stop North Korea's missile program. The minister underlined the mutual benefits arising from trade between China and the USA, and expressed Beijing's willingness to work with the worldwide community to push for the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula. Lire la suite »

Stérilisation. Les implants Essure suspendus dans l'UE


L'organisme chargé de renouveler leur certification a requis des éléments complémentaires pour se prononcer. Cette suspension " n'est pas de nature à remettre en cause à ce stade " le rapport " bénéfice/risque " de l'implant, contesté en France par certaines femmes pour des effets indésirables , souligne toutefois l'ANSM faisant référence à l'avis d'un comité d'experts qu'elle a réuni le 19 avril. Lire la suite »

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: 'I am staying at Borussia Dortmund'


It's only natural that I thought about it when they offered that much money. 'But none of the clubs that wanted me could make a change. The scorer of 85 goals Bundesliga for Borussia Dortmund since joining from Saint-Etienne in 2013, the 28-year-old is considered to be one of the best strikers in the world, and when reports emerged a few months ago that he'd promised his grandfather that he'd move to Real Madrid, speculation went through the roof. Lire la suite »

Stop children bingeing on social media during holidays, parents urged


In an interview with the Observer , she said that parents should be proactive in stopping their children from bingeing on the internet during the holidays. Research firm Childwise found that children aged five to 15 are spending an average of 15 hours a week on the web. 'While they might want to do other things, it can be hard for them to put their phones down when apps are encouraging them to engage. Lire la suite »

Palm chopping case: NIA arrests one more accused

The arrested was a member of the Popular Front of India (PFI). On June 1, 2017, the NIA filed third supplementary charge sheet in this case against six accused people including Mansoor, for offences punishable under sections 118, 341, 427, 324, 326, 506, 201, 202, 212, 153 (A) and 307 r/w 120B of the Indian Penal Code. Lire la suite »

Senate Dems talk bipartisan on taxes - with conditions


After the Republicans' latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act failed, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer believes it's time to focus on bipartisan solutions. Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona says he cast the crucial vote that sunk his party's health bill last week because his state was - in his words - "about to get screwed". Lire la suite »

Saada: Saudi-led air strike kills nine family members


Three women and six children died after their house was hit during a dawn offensive on the outskirts of the northern city of Saada. "We are recording all the crimes of the enemy and we will not forget them", Dr Azzi said. And in March, another coalition air strike killed 22 people and wounded dozens in a market in western Yemen near the Red Sea fishing town of Khoukha. Lire la suite »

Odisha's first swine flu death reported


In Ahmedabad, a 45-year-old man died in L G Hospital, while a woman succumbed to swine flu in V S Hospital. The State government on the other hand issued special guidelines for different hospitals to tackle cases of Swine Flu. Meanwhile, state Minister for Health and Family Welfare Pratap Jena said the state government has taken all steps to prevent further spread of the disease. Lire la suite »

Four Spaniards doing social work die in road mishap


The Spanish nationals had come to India to volunteer at Rural Development Trust (RDT), an NGO, at Battulapalli in Anantapur district. Around 9am, they left Madanapalle after visiting a missionary hospital. They were undertaking various service activities in the district through under the RDT. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu in a statement expressed grief over the incident. Lire la suite »

Just In: Arewa youth, Ndigbo meet in Kano over quit notice


The Arewa Youth Coalition yesterday met with leaders of all Igbos in the 19 states of the North and Abuja over the October 1 quit notice . While it looked like intervention talks organised by Acting President Yemi Osinbajo calmed nerves in the region, the influential Arewa Youths Consultative Forum (ACF ) released a statement on Thursday, August 3, saying the order is still in effect . Lire la suite »

Salk Scientists Successfully Edit Genes to Prevent an Inherited Heart Disease


It could also increase the success of IVF by increasing the number of healthy embryos. Using federal funds for gene-editing is now illegal, and some researchers say editing mistakes could be passed on for generations . In February this year, the U.S. National Academies of Sciences and Medicine allowed scientists to use the tool for research and said the technique to edit embryos will become acceptable for clinical use. Lire la suite »

Governors' chief blames ministers for rising tide of violence in jails


The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) said action had been taken to increase prison officer numbers. The governor warned that an unforeseen rise in numbers has left prisons with "virtually no headroom" to accommodate more inmates. "I think in relation to an effective response to the prisons that are the most concerning, what I would suggest the Secretary of State does is very seriously consider an appeal to staff who have left recently, experienced staff, through voluntary exit schemes, to create a ... Lire la suite »

Nigerian structure needs to be addressed - Oshiomhole, Sagay


In attendance were Wole Soyinka, Africa's first Nobel laureate in literature, Godwin Obaseki, the governor of Edo state who served as the chairperson of the event, Adams Oshiomhole, the former governor of Edo State, and Itse Sagay, the chairperson of President Muhammadu Buhari's anti-corruption committee. Lire la suite »

EPA boss visits Colorado to discuss coal mining, water rules


The head of the Environmental Protection Agency says he will consider paying for economic damages from a 2015 mine waste spill triggered by agency crews. It's a game that Pruitt learned as attorney general in Oklahoma, where he repeatedly sued the EPA to stop or delay implementation of rules to limit pollution, particularly those aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the fossil fuel industry. Lire la suite »

Woman Who Crashed Car Found 17 Days Later


Sheriff Warnke says Devenport Tull was conscious, coherent, and articulate when found but didn't want want medical attention. Stay with ABC30 for updates. He said she had stopped taking prescription medicine to help her with emotional issues. They set up a website, www.helpfindjamie.com , and offered a $100,000 reward for information leading to her safe return. Lire la suite »

Son of Haryana BJP chief among 2 men held for stalking girl


Police said the victim was in her vehicle when she observed that two youths in a white-colored Safari auto were chasing her. Subhash Barala was re-elected as the state BJP president for the second time in three years in January 2016. He said the complainant had been asked to record her statement before Illaka (area) magistrate here, adding that she is the daughter of an IAS officer. Lire la suite »

Bridgestone Invitational: Jimmy Walker seizes lead


Walker has not won since capturing his first major at last year's PGA Championship , but he looks poised to get his season back in gear this week. Spieth almost three-putted 16 to fall back to even par, but he drained a six-footer for par before sticking his approach shots in tight on the last two holes. Lire la suite »

2 boys admit to chopping off teen's hair


Police now suspect numerous other incidents to also be pranks. Police officials said victims have been giving varying accounts of the incidents, with some even changing their statements quite frequently making it hard for them to ascertain the actual sequence of events. Lire la suite »

Bengaluru to get India's first 'heli-taxi' service


The journey by road, which often entailed a nightmarish three hours in rush hour traffic, may soon be completely avoidable as Bengaluru is all set to get India's first dedicated helicopter-taxi (heli-taxi) service. The prices, which are yet to be fixed, are likely to be calculated based on the interest shown. Current fares for an air-conditioned taxi between KIA and Electronics City range between ₹1,500 to ₹2,500 for a 50-km ride. Lire la suite »