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French Socialist ex-premier wants to join Macron's movement

The euro firmed and US stock futures hit a record high on Monday after centrist Emmanuel Macron comfortably won the French presidential election. Macron's victory is merely the first step of his efforts to govern France: He must now turn his focus to the next month's parliamentary elections, during which voters will return to the polls to elect members of the National Assembly, the country's lower but more powerful house of parliament. Lire la suite »

Attention danger, alertent des chirurgiens esthétiques — Eplucher un avocat


A tel point que l'association des chirurgiens esthétiques de Grande-Bretagne a dû réagir en appelant les grandes surfaces à apposer des étiquettes afin d'aider les consommateurs à éplucher ce fruit sans se blesser. La plupart des blessures sont occasionnées lorsque les amateurs d'avocats tentent de déloger le noyau à l'aide d'un couteau. Ainsi, pour couper un avocat en toute sécurité, plusieurs techniques faciles existent. Lire la suite »

Head-on crash kills 3, shuts down lanes of Bluegrass Parkway


A Harrodsburg couple and their granddaughter died Thursday when n empty grain truck crossed the median of the Blue Grass Parkway and collided head-on with their auto. The names of the victims, who all died from blunt force trauma, were being withheld until confirmation of the girl's identity could be made, Houghlin said. Lire la suite »

Kentucky governor says multiple fatalities from plane crash


The plane struck a wooded area about eight miles northwest of Hopkinsville - in the southwest corner of the state. Officials at the scene confirmed the plane was a private citizen's plane and not operated by the military. "We've received word of a multiple fatality plane crash in Hopkinsville". She said the wreckage is spread over a wide area. The crash is being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board and the Federal Aviation Administration. Lire la suite »

Charlie Hunnam turned down a Game of Thrones cameo

And as Hunnam's Arthur and his future knights of the round table parkoured around Londinium, I realized we might actually be watching a prequel. Charlie says Guy commented on his physique so much during the audition process that at one point he lost his cool with the filmmaker. Lire la suite »

Un ex-président sans logement fixe — François Hollande


Il n'y aura donc pas d'échange de petit cadeau entre les premières dames comme cela a pu se passer aux Etats-Unis entre Michelle Obama et Mélania Trump. "J'ai été le voir pour l'inviter à venir à Solférino juste après la passation de pouvoirs, comme François Mitterrand l'avait fait en son temps". Comme le rappelle le reportage de l'époque diffusé sur France 2 visible ci-dessus, la teneur du premier discours du président investi avait aussi irrité l'opposition. Lire la suite »

Overall Drinking Rates Down Among US Teens — CDC


Binge drinking is defined as having five or more drinks in a day. The Washington Regional Alcohol Program acknowledges that the progress is positive but President Kurt Erickson says the numbers still concern him. "Among high school students who binge drink, more than 40% reported consuming eight or more drinks in a row in 2015". Most students said they got alcohol from other people and binge drinkers say they often gave money to others to purchase it for them. Lire la suite »

Sessions' predecessor slams sentencing policy


Late last night, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued guidance to all 94 USA attorneys' offices instructing them to pursue more stringent charges in most federal cases, a complete reversal from the policies of the past administration. And Sen. Kamala Harris, a former California attorney general, said Sessions wants to revive the " war on drugs ". Prison sentences for black men were found in a 2013 US Sentencing Commission analysis to be nearly 20 percent longer than those for white men ... Lire la suite »

CFPB seeking information on financing needs of small businesses


In the request for information, the CFPB acknowledged that it is in the "early stages" of implementing a small business data collection rule that is created to "fill existing gaps in the general understanding of the small business lending environment" and identify "potential fair lending concerns regarding small businesses". Lire la suite »

British hospitals hit by suspected national cyberattack

After that, the price would be doubled. "The ransomware used in this attack is relatively new - it was first seen in February 2017, and the latest variant emerged earlier today". NHS Digital, which is leading the health services' response, said there was no evidence records had been accessed. One NHS IT worker said: "At approximately 12.30pm we experienced a problem with our email servers crashing". Lire la suite »

Court: West Virginia hate crime law doesn't include anti-gay attacks


Steward Butler , an incident that involved Butler allegedly yelling gay slurs at Zackary Johnson and Casey Williams when he saw the two men kissing. Popular Video The average American throws away 82 pounds of clothes every single year. "Put it this way", he told the New York Times. Workman wrote, for example, if a woman works for a corporation and fails to conform to the corporation's expectations of appropriate femininity or gender identity and she is denied opportunities for promotion, ... Lire la suite »

Fate of Warrington Gander Mountain store still unknown


Initially, Lemonis said the only Alabama locations to remain were in Florence, Opelika and Tuscaloosa but that more could be added as he negotiated new deals with landlords. Yesterday, he updated to say that Huntsville will be one of the sites to remain open. Camping World had a store in Bolingbrook that closed several years ago. Lire la suite »

Pakistan all out for 376 on second day against Windies


The umpire adjudged it out, but Chase, who chose to challenge it, got it overturned as the replays suggested that it went under the bat, with the latter hitting the ground with it. Pakistan is chasing its first Test-series win in the Caribbean in a landmark match for the tourists with both Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan retiring from worldwide cricket afterward. Lire la suite »

Up to 74 countries affected in ransomware cyber attack

The only people suffering are people that need emergency care. Barts Health NHS Trust in London was "experiencing a major IT disruption and there are delays at all of our hospitals", its website said. NHS Digital said it did "not have any evidence that patient data has been accessed". "So far, the incidents in the US have mostly happened at smaller hospitals who pay the ransomware, and it doesn't make it into the mainstream media" in terms of coverage and thereby public awareness, said ... Lire la suite »

Les Bleus victorieux et maintenus — Mondial


Au lendemain de leur défaite frustrante contre la Canada (3-2), dans une rencontre qui avait exigé une grosse dépense d'énergie, les Bleus ont réussi à se mobiliser. Gonflés à bloc après leurs exploits contre la Finlande (5-1) et la Suisse (4-3), les Bleus ont fait mieux que rivaliser contre les doubles champions du monde en titre, menant jusqu'aux derniers instants du deuxième tiers-temps, grâce à des buts d'Olivier Dame-Malka et Damien Fleury. Lire la suite »

Countdown to Cass County Relay for Life Event


Aside from raising money for the American Cancer Association, the goal of each team is to keep one of its members on the track throughout the 24-hour event. This "celebration of life" takes place June 9-10 at the Miami County Fairgrounds, Troy. This is where the relay part comes in. Although rain is threatening, that's not stopping folks in downtown as the Madison County Relay for Life is winding up. Lire la suite »

Santana, Sano lead Twins over Indians 1-0


Brandon Kintzler worked the ninth for his ninth save in 10 tries this season and his 26th in 30 chances since assuming the role last June. Sano homered to right with two outs in the first off Josh Tomlin (2-4), who gave up six hits, struck out seven and walked one in a season-high eight innings. Lire la suite »

Ransomware hack attack exposes serious NHS vulnerabilities

Hospitals in areas across Britain found themselves without access to their computers or phone systems. A spokesman said: "A number of NHS organisations have reported to NHS Digital that they have been affected by a ransomware attack which is affecting a number of different organisations". Lire la suite »

Malware Cyberattack Hits English Hospitals and FedEx, Hackers Demand Bitcoin

It has been reported that up to 25 NHS organisations and some GP practices have been affected. And, we are not aware of any evidence that patient data has been compromised. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon chaired a resilience meeting on the issue and Police Scotland confirmed they were working closely with the National Cyber Security Centre and the National Crime Agency to support the investigation. Lire la suite »

UN chief: drought-stricken Somalia 'hangs in the balance'


Mattis told reporters flying with him back to Washington, that he had a private meeting with Somali President Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed, "and I came away from that heartened". A legitimate Federal Government was established in 2012 in Somalia, and Al-Shabaab was pushed out of several key cities by the UN Security Council-mandated African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM). Lire la suite »

British hospital workers were warned of 'ransomware' threat

Staff were forced to revert to pen and paper and use their own mobiles after the attack affected key systems, including telephones. It added, the Trust's IT specialists are working to resolve the problem. Health workers reported being locked out of their systems and seeing messages demanding ransom payment to regain access. It said the attacks had not affected the companies' services or data protection of their clients. Lire la suite »