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May finalises cabinet amid minority government talks with DUP


Despite their anger at her decision to call a snap post-Brexit referendum election and her conduct of the party's campaign, Conservative lawmakers appeared ready in the short-term to back her. "I am backing Theresa May", he said. "One can speculate about the reasons for this, but the simple truth is that Britain is a divided country: many are exhausted of austerity, many remain frustrated or angry about Brexit, and many younger people feel they lack the opportunities enjoyed by their parents' ... Lire la suite »

1 man dead and police officer seriously injured in crash


Police said a MedFlight was ordered, but later cancelled. Witnesses said they rushed to help the individual, who was in and out of consciousness. Police say Officer Thompson's left arm was "suffered significant injuries". The driver of the other vehicle was taken to Norwood Hospital and was later pronounced dead. Police have not released the names of those involved in the crash. Lire la suite »

Puerto Ricans vote overwhelmingly to apply for U.S. statehood

Almost 500,000 Puerto Ricans participated , equaling 23 percent of eligible voters, and several political parties had urged supporters to boycott the vote . "Whoever claims that statehood triumphed is being intellectually dishonest", he said. Rosselló contested the commission's figures, telling CNN the electorate was 1.6 million - meaning turnout was 33%. Lire la suite »

Xbox Design Lab heads to Europe, gets new features


Microsoft is bringing its colorful custom Xbox controllers to Europe today. Microsoft already boasts there's over eight million possible color combinations on the Xbox Design Lab website . 11 new thumbstick colors are also included, as well as Premium Metallic finishes for the D-pad and triggers, along with the choice of adding rubberized grips. Lire la suite »

Almost 1 in 3 people worldwide overweight


Of those deaths, more than 40 percent involved people deemed non-obese - indicating that being overweight, even without being obese, is leading to millions of premature deaths. In addition to highlighting the scale of the global obesity epidemic, the researchers hope to raise awareness of the diseases linked to being overweight that can prove fatal. Lire la suite »

United States urges Saudi allies to ease Qatar blockade


He said the USA supports the emir of Kuwait in his efforts to resolve the conflict and closed by calling upon the Gulf Cooperation Council - a regional political alliance between Oman , Bahrain , Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE - to reaffirm the spirit of the summit attended by Trump three weeks ago, during which all of the countries committed to fight against terrorism . Lire la suite »

Muslims hand out 3000 roses at London Bridge after attack


June Collis, from Gillingham, Dorset, said it was "beautiful and lovely to see this group come out and share their love against all the terrible things that have happened". And I think it's nice that they're Muslims - it's not everybody in the Muslim community carrying out these attacks. Meanwhile, it has emerged that the London Bridge terror ringleader had been trying to obtain a job as a security guard at Wimbledon lawn tennis club. Lire la suite »

9-year-old boy missing after fire killed 1 in Florida home


Deputies say there is a death investigation after firefighters found one victim. Malabar, Fla . - A Florida Missing Child Alert has been issued for 9-year-old Sebastian Meachum. Investigators say all three people could be traveling in a 2012 Nautic Global Group 18-foot boat with the Florida tag 3066PJ. Sebastian is described as white, with blond hair and blue eyes. Lire la suite »

La République en marche obtiendrait une écrasante majorité


Au terme d'une campagne atone qui a vu la REM creuser nettement l'écart sur ses rivaux, l'abstention pulvérise le précédent record pour un premier tour, qui remontait à 2012 (42,8%, puis 44,6% au second tour). "Les Français ne sont pas complètement fans du président de la République". L'institut Odoxa remarque lui aussi que "les gens en ont assez et s'intéressent moins à ces législatives qu'à la présidentielle". Lire la suite »

Fire destroys 3 homes, damages 8 in Massachusetts


Firefighters had to deal with water issues while battling the fire as well as call upon neighboring communities to the scene. The buildings on Saratoga Street were single-family homes, and those on Bennington Street were multifamily homes, she said. Lire la suite »

Bengaluru woman shocked to see spider crawling out of her ear


The woman had reached Columbia Asia Hospital in Hebbal with complaints of a headache and a tingling sensation in her head. The terrifying video shows the doctor guiding the eight-legged creature and directing it out of the ear lobe. Lekshmi said she was terrified because she could feel the movement of the spider. As the spider leaves her ear, the video shows the web like substance being left behind and the spider with piercing black eyes stared into the camera as it walked out. Lire la suite »

Cavaliers, Warriors will get physical as NBA Finals tension boils


You take the good and the bad. "And for the rest of us, we have to do everything else". Remember the Boston Red Sox climbing out of an 0-3 hole in that best-of-seven stunner against the dang Yankees of NY to become the first and only team in Major League Baseball history to win a postseason series from such a hapless start? The first and most obvious difference is the presence of Kevin Durant - the man Golden State signed last summer to ensure that the scenario that played out a year ago ... Lire la suite »

Rawhide dog chews recalled due to possible chemical contamination


United Pet Group is recalling certain packages of dog chews with the Healthy Hide brand, Healthy Hide Good-n-Fit brand, and Healthy Hide Good-n-Fun brand on the label. These symptoms may require treatment by a veterinarian depending on severity. Buyers are recommended to return rawhide dog chews to the site of purchase as soon as possible. Lire la suite »

Brexit STALLED? Potential Tory coalition partners will NOT back 'hard' European Union exit


The DUP won 10. He added: "Given the figures we are now seeing we are very encouraged and are confident we will see an increase in our percentage share from Assembly election". With Home Secretary Amber Rudd, Brexit Secretary David Davis, and Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon all retaining their posts, there was speculation any reshuffle could be limited to replacing the eight ministers who lost their seats in the election. Lire la suite »

Comey testimony: What was that reference to 'meddlesome priest'?


In his opening, Comey also told the committee that he composed his now-famous memos because he thought Trump "might lie" about their private meetings. "But I don't think we should lose sight of the basic fact that Russian Federation attacked us and that we have to be prepared to respond". "Yes", Comey replied, before referencing a request by Henry II in 1170. Lire la suite »

Tories form 'coalition of terror' with notorious DUP bigots

And not to the liking of British Prime Minister Theresa May who must now depend on the Democratic Unionist Party to prop up her government at Westminster. Mr Robinson said: "We have essentially got the result we were campaigning for two years ago". "We want outcomes that would benefit all of our people". Lire la suite »

3 earthquakes shake Harrison area Sunday


By mid-morning, 911 calls were still being made. The third natural disaster happened around 2:30 Sunday afternoon. The USGS says the larger quake was felt as far away as Memphis, Tennessee, about 185 miles to the southeast. There were no injuries or damage reported with these quakes. The first quake was initially reported as magnitude 4.0, then downgraded to 3.2 before being placed at magnitude 3.6 following a review by the USGS. Lire la suite »

Across the US, marches and rallies in support of LGBT rights


The decision to shift the event's emphasis drew criticism from some in Southern California's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and "queer" community, who say the one day of the year set aside to celebrate their LGBTQ identities should not be given over to other political causes. Lire la suite »

One in five children think fish fingers are made from chicken


There was also uncertainty about other foods, with 22 per cent of five to seven-year-olds saying prawns come from plants and 20 per cent suggesting that chips are made of animals. A quarter of 14 to 16-year-olds think strawberry jam contributes to your "five-a-day", while 11 percent cited fruit pastels and eight percent, crisps. Lire la suite »

Tout ce qui va changer — Stationnement payant


Fini aussi le tarif national de 17 € le PV. Les villes fixeront elles-mêmes le tarif des amendes. À Paris, l'amende sera de 50 € (35 € si elle est payée dans les trois jours) dans la zone centrale de la capitale (arrondissement 1 à 11) et de 35 € (24 € si elle est payée dans les trois jours) dans les autres arrondissements. Lire la suite »

McCain Says He Wanted Comey To Talk Obstruction

The FBI director was "stunned" by the request and chose not to reveal it to his colleagues at the FBI because of fear that it would have a "real chilling effect on the Russian Federation investigation". To some expert eyes , the statement amounts to a clear description of an obstruction of justice on the president's part. Washington's watering holes opened much before the regular noon hour, offering a ringside view of a fired bitter Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey ... Lire la suite »

Police make new arrest in London Bridge attack probe


London #Metropolitan Police on Saturday released photos of the fake belts and other information relating to the attackers . "I have not seen this tactic in the United Kingdom before where terrorists create maximum fear by strapping fake explosives to themselves", said Police Commander Dean Haydon, according CBC News. Lire la suite »

See Photos from the Equality March


Their tweet stated, "The pride community is everyone , not just LGBTQ people". Catalina Velasquez, president and founder of consulting firm Consult Catalina and a co-chair of the march, called the event "an urgent call to action". Lire la suite »