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Theresa May says Brexit will go on


British Prime Minister Theresa May struck a deal in principle with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party on Saturday to prop up the Conservative government, stripped of its majority in a disastrous election. Eventually, he agreed and appeared on a broadcast on Sky News , and ate a few pages of the book he co-wrote, Brexit: Why Britain voted to leave the European Union , later tweeting, "Don't ever say I am not a man of my word". Lire la suite »

Wonder Woman Opens to a Powerful $223 Million Worldwide

Maybe Diana regales Bruce Wayne, Barry Allen and others with her tale of what she did about Hitler or something.After years of anticipation, the first lady of DC Comics Diana Prince stepped front and center into the spotlight to headline the first female-fronted superhero film in the modern-day superhero renaissance we're now living in. Lire la suite »

Penguins strike late to repeat as Stanley Cup champs


And it's the second championship for Sullivan, who has yet to lose a playoff series since taking over after Mike Johnston was sacked. Sheary made his National Hockey League debut on December 16, 2015, and appeared in 44 regular season games with Pittsburgh in 2015-16 as a rookie, logging 10 points. Lire la suite »

Iran sends five planes with vegetables to Qatar

The Taliban opened an office in Qatar in 2013, but the Qatari government later shut it down. Maersk Line immediately said it would accept new bookings for feeder shipments from Oman, with the first vessel scheduled to depart Salalah on 19 June and arrive in Doha on 25 June. Lire la suite »

Child Sectioned After Seeking Abortion


The doctor responsible for her detainment has been accused of using mental health law "as a tool to force a child into continuing an unwanted pregnancy due to their own personal beliefs". She thought she was being transferred to Dublin for an abortion but was instead taken to a psychiatric unit. The girl was later assessed as sane and was entitled to be discharged from the mental health unit. Lire la suite »

Lalu Prasad celebrates 70th birthday


Speaking on the occasion, Mr Kumar said, "He (Lalu Yadav) has been active since student days and made vast contributions to politics and society, and all of us (Grand Alliance leaders) have gathered today to wish him on his birthday". "They may say whatever they want to say...they are ignorant of how these bridges were completed against all odds...the dates were finalised by the concerned department", said Mr. Lire la suite »

Le nombre d'obèses ne cesse d'augmenter


L'étude, qui s'étend sur 195 pays de 1980 à 2015, a été annoncée lors de l'EAT Stockholm Food Forum, qui vise à créer un système alimentaire sain et durable. Le docteur Christopher Murray , co-auteur de l'étude et directeur de l'Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME), a expliqué que " Les personnes qui ne font pas attention à un gain de poids le font à leurs risques et périls: ils risquent d'avoir une maladie cardio-vasculaire, du diabète, un cancer et d'autres pathologies ... Lire la suite »

Plans for a hard Brexit have not changed, says UK

May has confirmed five of her most senior ministers will remain in their pre-election roles. With opinion polls showing the Conservatives had a commanding lead over the opposition Labour Party , May called an early election in hopes of increasing her majority in Parliament and strengthening her position in Brexit negotiations . Lire la suite »

Le siège social d'Hydro-Québec portera le nom de Jean Lesage


Le premier ministre du Québec, Philippe Couillard, et le ministre des Ressources naturelles, Pierre Arcand, ont procédé lundi matin à la désignation du siège social d'Hydro-Québec comme " édifice Jean-Lesage ". "Lorsqu'on parle de la nationalisation de l'électricité, au-delà de ça on parle de la Révolution tranquille, on parle d'éducation, on parle de programmes sociaux, on parle de rayonnement international du Québec", a objecté le premier ministre Couillard. Lire la suite »

Bankrupt Puerto Rico votes for full USA statehood


Congress, which has to approve any changes to the island's political status. "I'm not voting. The government has spent millions of dollars on this campaign hoping that statehood wins, but even if it does, the U.S. The June 11 referendum was the fifth on the territory's status - dating back to 1967. "We have to vote because things are not going well", she said. Lire la suite »

One Killed, Two Injured in Travis County Motorcycle Crash


Austin-Travis County EMS said one other person sustained injuries not considered to be life-threatening. Police said a preliminary investigation shows a motorcycle traveling west on Ford Road struck a Ford F-150 pickup as it exited the Ford Drive In, according to authorities. Lire la suite »

United Kingdom sees 96% drop in European Union nurse applications since Brexit vote


However it has since dropped significantly, with a fall to 344 applications in September and JUST 46 in April 2017. "Our nursing workforce is in a state of crisis, with more than 40,000 vacancies in England alone". He added: "The Tories are overseeing an unforgivable drain of talent out of our country due to their chaotic attitude to the Brexit negotiations". Worldwide recruitment has been used repeatedly by the NHS as a temporary solution to the staffing shortages. Lire la suite »

Election results 2017: The Democratic Unionist Party


May, who accepted victory in her Maidenhead constituency, still asserted her party had won the most seats and insisted long-term stability remained. The announcement came after May lost Downing St. A giant screen on Sky News asked "Who are the DUP?" and data from Google showed searches spiked significantly in the hours after the election results emerged. Lire la suite »

FDA recalls birth control pill


A birth control packaging mix-up could lead to unintended pregnancies . Besides, the lot number and expiration date on the package can not be seen. Actually, there is nothing wrong with the tablets. Lupin Pharmaceuticals is recalling Mibelas 24 Fe (Norethindrone Acetate and Ethinyl Estradiol 1 mg/0.02 mg chewable and ferrous fumarate 75 mg), a chewable birth control tablet. Lire la suite »

Delays on Brexit Talks to Cause Consequences to the British Economy


However, the government might now consider Brexit options which represent less of a hard break from the European Union which could be credit positive, Moody's said. "The election outcome, with significant gains for the Labour Party, which had campaigned for increased public spending, will likely be seen as a "vote against austerity", it added". Lire la suite »

La skieuse autrichienne Elisabeth Goergl annonce sa retraite à 36 ans


Fille du médaillé olympique Traudl Hecher et soeur du skieur Stephan Görgl , elle a réalisé sa meilleure saison en 2011, année de sa double médaille d'or au Championnat du monde de Garmisch-Partenkirchen. L'année d'avant, elle avait remporté la médaille de bronze de la descente olympique de Vancouver. Son dernier succès remonte à décembre 2014 en Super-G à Val d'Isère. Lire la suite »

London Bridge attack: Man, 27, arrested as police raid address in Barking


He dressed in the religious gown of a conservative Muslim - with a tracksuit and sneakers underneath. The police have come under scrutiny following the identification of the attackers because one of them was known to the authorities. Australian authorities are working with United Kingdom police to determine what happened to Brisbane woman Sara Zelenak, 21, who is still missing after being separated from friends on London Bridge during the attack. Lire la suite »

FDA Wants To Withdraw This Opioid Drug From The Market


Scott Gottlieb said in a statement. "We will continue to take regulatory steps when we see situations where an opioid product's risks outweigh its benefits, not only for its intended patient population but also in regard to its potential for misuse and abuse". Lire la suite »