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Iran's president condemns 'siege' of Qatar by Arab nations


Hurriyet reported last week that a joint military exercise by Qatari and Turkish forces was expected following the Islamic Eid al-Fitr holiday which started today. But officials in Doha rejected the ultimatum and said they won't sit down to negotiate an end to the crisis while the siege conditions remain in place. Lire la suite »

India Fishermen Held By Sri Lankan Navy


This would subject the life and livelihood of the fishermen to untold misery. On Thursday, four fishermen from Pudukottai district and 17 fishermen from Karaikal region in Puducherry were arrested by Sri Lankan navy near Neduntheevu on Thursday, the police said. Lire la suite »

Six children killed after trying to play with explosive in Pakistan


He added the two wounded children were in critical condition. Muhammed Umer, whose nephew was one of two children wounded, in the blast, said the children were playing when they found something that looked like a toy. South Waziristan harboured the Pakistani Taliban, a Sunni Islam militant organisation, until 2009, when the army launched a majour offensive retaking some areas previously controlled by the terrorists. Lire la suite »

FTSE 100 Slips As Fed Increases Interest Rates

From there, the "cap" will increase by $6 billion every three months over the course of a year until it hits $30 billion a month. "The central bank said it would gradually ramp up the pace of its balance sheet reduction and anticipates the plan would feature halting reinvestments of ever-larger amounts of maturing securities". Lire la suite »

England vs South Africa, 3rd T20I

The result was uncertain until the final delivery after Liam Dawson hit the penultimate ball for four. But he could not repeat the trick and South Africa had a narrow win. " De Villiers was relieved to have avoided a series defeat, and said: "[You've been out obstructing the field] Benoni, I'll never forget, but to be fair I was a little bit guilty. Lire la suite »

Qatar rejects list of demands from Saudi Arabia

He said the demands were proof that the sanctions had "nothing to do with combating terrorism". Qatar on June 24 called the demands "unreasonable". position and to look at the position of the other party and to try and reach something that is doable", Gargash said. Saudi Arabia, Egypt , Bahrain and the UAE have cut economic, diplomatic and travel ties with Qatar , which they accuse of funding terrorism, fomenting regional unrest and drawing too close to their enemy, Iran . Lire la suite »

New Saudi heir, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, built the right Trump ties


According to a former USA government expert on Middle East affairs, the most unsafe aspect of the Trump administration was for the United States to be cajoled into the Muslim Sunni-Shi'ite rift going on across the Middle East . The Saudi Press Agency said al-Bashir congratulated the Crown Prince for his selection, adding that the meeting reviewed cooperation between the Saudi Arabia and Sudan in various fields, and discussed developments in the region. Lire la suite »

South Africa beat England to level series

Cheered on by 12,420, (the Somerset chairman reckoned the club could have sold out this game, only England men's second worldwide here and their first since the 1983 World Cup, four times over) the only thing an excellent venue lacked was floodlights. Lire la suite »

Nabriva Therapeutics AG (NBRV) Rating Increased to Hold at ValuEngine

The lowest EPS estimate is ($0.60) and the highest is ($0.55). TRADEMARK VIOLATION NOTICE: "Nabriva Therapeutics AG (NBRV) Upgraded to "Hold" by ValuEngine " was first posted by Transcript Daily and is owned by of Transcript Daily. The disclosure for this sale can be found here. As per Wednesday, February 1, the company rating was maintained by Wedbush. Geode Capital Management LLC bought a new position in Nabriva Therapeutics AG during the first quarter worth $139,000. Lire la suite »

Bellator NYC: Chael Sonnen Smothers Wanderlei Silva

Sonnen failed an out-of-competition drug test, and both received lengthy suspensions that led to their departure from the UFC . Chael Sonnen is returning to mixed martial arts with the Bellator promotion, the veteran fighter tells The Associated Press. Lire la suite »

Myanmar Releases Almost 70 Children Soldiers


Three US officials with knowledge of internal deliberations at the department said Mr Tillerson overruled assessments on the use of child soldiers by his own staff and rejected recommendations by senior diplomats in Asia and the Middle East. Lire la suite »

Two dead, three injured as vehicle crashes into tree in Wartburg


Paramedics assessed the man and found he had sustained several gunshot wounds and was in a critical condition. Nothing could be done for them and they were declared dead by provincial services. They were treated for their injuries and provided with advanced life support interventions before being transported to a nearby private hospital for further treatment. Lire la suite »

Pelosi Is More Toxic Than Trump


And control of the House of Representatives could still be in play in the 2018 midterm elections. Democrats lost another race in SC that same night, and that followed previous disappointments in Montana and Kansas. You're responsible for everything your platoon does or fails to do. He also noted that learning from failure is "going to be the test" for Democrats moving forward. Lire la suite »

All Blacks, Lions look forward after thrilling 1st test


Farrell missed the conversion after O'Brien's try on half-time and opted for the corner when the Lions could have put points on the board in the 45th minute. I always find it amusing when people tell us they are going to beat us up in the tight five. Ioane, in his first Test start, then capitalised on a Liam Williams dropped ball to streak away and place the match beyond the Lions' reach. Lire la suite »

La barre des 200.000 cas de choléra bientôt franchie — Yémen


D'après l'OMS, plus de 1 000 cas suspects sont diagnostiqués chaque jour, dont 600 chez des enfants. Nombre d'infrastructures, comme les stations de pompage d'eau, ont été détruites au Yémen en deux ans de conflit. Environ 17 millions d'habitants, soit environ deux tiers de la population, ont un besoin urgent d'aide humanitaire. Elle a ajouté que son agence espérait pouvoir distribuer de la nourriture à quelque 6,8 millions de personnes dans le pays au cours du mois de juin. Lire la suite »

Virginia districts drawn to help GOP


The formula compares the statewide average share of the vote that a party receives with the statewide percentage of seats the party won, taking into account that in politics, each percentage point share of statewide votes generally accounts for a 2 percentage point increase in seat share. Lire la suite »

Graham Ford leaves role as Sri Lanka head coach


Ford - formerly in charge from 2012 to 2014 - was reported to have had a strained relationship with Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), amid claims the board had attempted to involve themselves in team matters. Ford's contract was slated until the end of the 2019 World Cup, a duration he insisted on when he took up the role a year ago because of the instability surrounding the job. Lire la suite »

Government Health Insurance Markets Holding Up - Barely

Without it, it seems like health care isn't treated like the right that it is and the safety net to ensure that someone has insurance won't exist anymore. Celtic/Ambetter's average premium for this year was the lowest among the four insurers that sold policies in IN through the federal exchange. The state has until September to review and submit the rates to the U.S. Lire la suite »

Modi leaves on three-nation visit, to meet Trump


Earlier, Trump announced that he has important issues to discuss with his "true friend" Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "We are trying to move it to the top of the agenda as a deliverable, this is something that can happen before all the other items", said an Indian official tracking the progress of the drone discussions in the run-up to the visit. Lire la suite »

New Zealand win World Cup opener in Bristol


Then, a moment of brilliance on the field from Suzie Bates - a tumbling catch low to her left to see off half-centurion Atapattu - triggered an alarming slide. The 29-year-old fast bowler from Auckland was later adjudged player of the match. The two put on 170 runs for the unfinished second wicket. The degree of control she maintained, even when Atapattu and Polgampola going strong, shone through on a flat deck where the batsmen had no hesitation in hitting through the line. Lire la suite »

Queen's Speech renews doubt over Trump's state visit


The speech announced no fewer than eight Bills to implement Brexit - including a Bill that sets out how the government will transpose huge swathes of European Union law into British law, and separate Bills on related topics such as immigration, Customs and fisheries. Lire la suite »

From Public Protests to Internal Opposition: Will GOP Health Bill Survive?

We must contact our Senators immediately and let them know of our opposition. Before the expansion, he said 18 percent of children were without health insurance. "We're pleasantly surprised with a lot of the support that's already come out and I think we'll continue to work through (it, ) in particular the four individuals who have expressed some ideas and concerns", White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters at a White House briefing. Lire la suite »

Ramirez sharp in Angels' win over Red Sox; Farrell ejected


Ortiz is the 11th player to have his number retired by the Red Sox , joining the likes of Ted Williams, Jim Rice, and Pedro Martinez , among others. "I don't have enough words to say how proud I am, and how proud of a papa how I feel today". "The Red Sox argument was that time had been called by the home plate umpire before he balked". Lire la suite »

Muslim leaders condemn foiled terrorist attack in Makkah


The council stressed in a statement: "The attempt to target the Grand Mosque in the month of Ramadan clearly reveals that these terrorists are away from any religious, moral or humanitarian values". The Interior Ministry also revealed that three groups who planned the deadly attack were from Mecca and Jeddah. Saudi Arabia battled an Al Qaeda insurgency for years and more recently has faced attacks from a local branch of ISIL. Lire la suite »

Le point sur les dernières révélations — Affaire Grégory


Marcel Jacob , 71 ans, l'oncle du père de l'enfant de quatre ans retrouvé mort pieds et poings liés dans un cours d'eau en octobre 1984 dans l'est de la France, a été placé en détention provisoire. Ni vue, ni connue, c'est comme si elle n'existait pas. "Les deux avocats des époux Jacob sont immédiatement montés au créneau pour dénoncer des mises en examen " sans preuve matérielle ". Lire la suite »