Lundi, 18 Février 2019
Latest news
Home » Monde


United Kingdom police name third man behind London terror attack


The attack left seven people dead and dozens wounded before police shot dead the three attackers, who wore fake suicide vests. Zaghba, an Italian national of Moroccan descent, was the youngest of the attackers and was allowed to enter the United Kingdom and had been living in east London before Saturday's attack. Read More »

Escaped Georgia inmates captured thanks to the aid of armed citizens

The Bedford County Sheriff's Office told WSMV law enforcement stopped the auto on Interstate 24 near the Epps Mill Road exit. He tells the dispatcher they weren't injured, saying, "I don't need an ambulance". The Honda was found Wednesday, intentionally concealed in a wooded area near the burglarized house, Sills said. Sills thanked the Rutherford and Bedford County sheriff's offices and all local and federal agencies that worked to apprehend the men. Read More »

Trump knows he is "being investigated for firing the FBI Director"

The New York Times sued the FBI on Friday, seeking a court's help in getting the agency to turn over documents created by fired FBI Director James Comey after his conversations with President Donald Trump . Trump's young presidency has been battered by allegations - under investigation both by Congress and the FBI - that Russian Federation interfered to sway the November election in his favour. Read More »

Darjeeling shutdown continues, GJM holds protest rally

The "Queen of Hills" virtually turned into a battlefield as protests marked the shutdown which was countered by supporters of Bengal's ruling the Trinamool Congress and dominant hill party, the GJM. Police then fired teargas shells and used batons to disperse the crowd, they said. GJM supporters are creating violence and attacking police. Tamsang Lepcha, head of Mayel Lyang Lepcha Development Board, biggest and most influential among the 15 bodies, told HT that a committee comprising members ... Read More »

President Trump to Announce Changes to Cuba Policy in Miami

Under Trump's new travel restrictions, commerce with businesses run by the military branch of the Cuban army will be strictly forbidden. Those trips were not subject to strict scrutiny by authorities, meaning that some visits to the island verged on tourism, still illegal under the long-standing embargo against the Castro regime. Read More »

Senate pushes for healthcare vote by end of the month

On Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell offered only vague optimism for meeting Trump's lofty goal. That said, there are just 18 days until the week-long Fourth of July recess, and 31 days until the five-week-long August recess. Read More »

Russia defeats New Zealand at 1st Match of FIFA Confederations Cup

New Zealand did force Igor Akinfeev into a couple of relatively easy early saves, but Russian Federation took control of the match in the 31st minute. Our team welcomes Russia's president watching our matches . The semi-finals will be held at the Kazan Arena, where Rubin Kazan play their home games, and the Fischt Olympic Stadium , which hosted the opening ceremony of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. Read More »

Hosts Russia see off New Zealand in opener — FIFA Confederations Cup

Russian Federation set out to start the game strongly, and they did so, with Golovin seeing a shot saved and New Zealand twice needing to clear goal-bound efforts from Poloz and Viktor Vasin in the opening 10 minutes. From the resulting corner, the ball fell for the unmarked Smith whose header was cleared off the line by Fedor Kudriashov. A lovely cross finds Poloz at the back post . Read More »

London fire: 58 missing presumed dead


Around a hundred people entered the town hall, and were held back by police and council officials. He said he was not interested in knowing why they had left it so long to make themselves known, but stressed that it was vital for police to know they are safe and well. Read More »

List of Republican congressmen found with baseball practice shoo


Hodgkinson said . He let his business license expire and moved to the Washington , DC area in March, where he reportedly lived out of his white cargo van and frequented the YMCA in Alexandria located next to the baseball field. This was different. It was deeply rooted to where his whole tone and composure changed. While a spokesperson for the congressman said that Scalise is in a stable condition, President Trump confirmed that Hodgkinson is dead. Read More »

Protesters storm town hall in London, demand justice after deadly high-rise fire

Labour Party lawmaker David Lammy said that the government and the police should immediately seize all documents relating to the building's renovation to prevent the destruction of evidence that could show criminal wrongdoing. The speed with which the fire spread shocked experts and its heavy black smoke forced many in the tower's 120 apartments to stay inside and wait for help. Read More »

What should the Cleveland Cavaliers do now?

Golden State locked up its fifth title in franchise history with Monday's 129-120 win over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif . After being sidelined for part of last season and again during the 2017 playoffs with back pain, head coach Steve Kerr returned during the Finals and said he intends to coach "for a long time ". Read More »

Amazon buying Whole Foods in $13.7 billion deal

Whole Foods , founded in 1978, has more than 460 stores in the United States , Canada and the United Kingdom , employs 87,000 people and is the leading natural and organic foods supermarket. Fresh foods are the final frontier for Amazon . Jana had pushed to shake up Whole Foods' board of directors, among other changes. "A lot of people will love that", said Whole Foods customer Brad Anderson. Read More »

Darjeeling Gorkha separatists clash with police


So much of arms and ammunition couldn't have come in a single day. "Ready to talk to them, we can not support the violation of the Constitution", added Banerjee. The Bengal Opposition parties blamed Mamata for igniting the situation in Darjeeling through her "aggressive all-devouring policy" and for allowing the situation to gradually slip out of hand thereafter by trying to handle the situation with force. Read More »

Shuster Statement on President's Announcement on FAA and Air Traffic Control Reform


The privatization idea isn't new: The airline industry has been pushing for it since the 1980s, and the Clinton administration proposed a similar privatization scheme to Trump's in 1994. They point to the slow-going move from a radar-based system to one that uses GPS technologies as evidence of a need for change. Air traffic control now falls under the operations of the Federal Aviation Administration. Read More »

Stanley Cup Final Buzz: Predators, Penguins ready for Game 5


Or so, that's what the statistics showed after the Pittsburgh Penguins goalie allowed nine goals in back-to-back losses in Games 3 and 4 of the Stanley Cup Final . That's 9-1 at home for the Predators, including two straight against the Penguins, 5-1 on Saturday and 4-1 on Monday night that tied the series at two games apiece. Read More »

Travel to North Korea Could Be Banned for Americans, Rex Tillerson Says

Kanter said it's impossible to know what caused Otto's brain injury, but it's consistent with a lack of oxygen to the brain for a period of time. The 22-year-old arrived back in the U.S. The said material was used during the court trial where he was found guilty of committing "hostile acts" while on tour. North Korea officials have stated that Warmbier fell into a coma shortly after his incarceration in March, 2016. Read More »

Trump Curtails Cuba Travel, Reverses Obama Thaw; Individual Travel Prohibited

Visitors will still be able to self-certify under a general license that they are traveling to Cuba for one of the remaining legitimate reasons. But beginning in late 2014, President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro began a process that gradually thawed diplomatic tensions and eased commercial and travel restrictions between the two countries. Read More »

Baseball gunman had list of GOP lawmakers


Thankfully, nobody was killed in the tragedy (with the exception of Hodgkinson), though House Majority Whip Steve Scalise remains in the hospital. Hodgkinson was injured in a shootout with police and later died of his injuries, according to officials. Read More »

Russian Federation: mass protest arrests show authorities' 'stranglehold' on free expression


Authorities said 500 had been arrested during the demonstrations in St. Petersburg. MOSCOW-Thousands of anti-government activists challenging President Vladimir Putin's rule were protesting across Russian Federation on Monday, with police arresting main opposition leader Alexei Navalny outside his Moscow home before he could reach the main demonstration and scores of others. Read More »

Britain, EU to begin Brexit negotiations on Monday


The fire meant May put aside talks with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party , whose 10 lawmakers she needs to give her a working majority in Parliament. The negotiations with the DUP revolve around support from the party on a vote-by-vote basis in parliament, rather than a formal coalition government. Read More »

Koepka unsurprised by Thomas record

Open held on Wisconsin soil. Justin Thomas managed to stand out in a U.S. Open where par is going out of style. Thomas came into the U.S. Open as the 13th-ranked player in the world, with seven top-10s and more than $4.8 million in prize money in just 15 starts this season. Read More »

This is how smart home devices like the Apple HomePod work

What sets it apart are its smarts; that puts it up against other "smart" speakers like the Amazon Echo and Google Home . For years , Siri was trapped inside the computers and smartphones, and finally, Apple has open the door for its own home - HomePod . Read More »

Trump transition team ordered to save materials on Russia, Ukraine


Then, on Friday morning, Trump appeared to take a shot at Rosenstein in series of tweets. The morning missive appeared to refer to Rod Rosenstein , the deputy attorney general. Trump has disputed both claims, saying flatly that he never asked Comey to drop the Flynn probe. "He's driving this", the White House official said, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss West Wing internal deliberations. Read More »

Nicola Sturgeon urged to rule out second independence referendum

The Scottish National Party will work to forge an alliance to keep Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives out of power after the inconclusive result to Britain's national election, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Friday. The three pro-UK parties had won just one seat each the last time around. Early indications show there was a "Corbyn bounce" for the party which won a total of seven seats, leading the re-elected MP for Edinburgh South, Ian Murray, to tell the audience ... Read More »

DUP deal: Tories 'steadfastly' committed to N. Irish peace process

She is hoping to strike a deal with the DUP to pass her legislative programme after failing to secure an outright majority after last week's election. With her authority diminished, May won some time when she performed well on Monday in front of Conservative lawmakers who said they would help her remain in power, at least for now. Read More »

Trump makes case for apprenticeships to fill jobs gap

Trump's budget proposal allocates $90 million for grants to apprenticeships, but it slashes funding for current job training programs by $1.1 billion, according to the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities, a left-leaning think tank. There are about 500,000 apprenticeship positions in the U.S. "We're here to celebrate the dignity of work", Trump said before the signing. Under Mr. Read More »

Trump Appears to Confirm He Is Under Investigation

Jake [Tapper], Roger Stone, the president's longtime friend and associate told CNN Money earlier today this, "I'd fire Mueller and Rosenstein for wasting the taxpayer's money". But Rosenstein is not now heading the FBI's probe into the Trump campaign's possible collusion with a Russian campaign that US intelligence officials have said was seeking to tilt the outcome of the 2016 election in Trump's favor . Read More »

Tulsa's Mike Neal Talks About Long-Time Friend Scalise After Shooting


Scalise has had two surgeries and will require additional operations, Sava said , adding that it's hard to predict how long he will be in the hospital . In the history of the contest, Republicans and Democrats each have won 39 games with one tie. Republican team manager Joe Barton congratulated their Democratic counterparts as he received the trophy from Democrat manager Mike Doyle. Read More »

Russia says Trump is using 'Cold War rhetoric' on Cuba


For ordinary Cuban citizens, the announcement from the US President Donald Trump was a shocker. "They only enrich the Cuban regime". Despite the president's claim, the Obama policy will be revised rather than overturned entirely. Trump also stated that the complete change of these regulations is just a small part from shifting away from Obama's Policy. Obama had pushed for expanding commerce and travel between the two countries. Read More »

Trump confirms he's under investigation, fires angry tweets

NPR's White House correspondent Tamara Keith reports . "Witch hunt' is how Trump characterizes the probe into Russia's election interference and possible ties to his campaign associates". "We may have our differences, but we do well, in times like these, to remember that everyone who serves in our nation's capital is here because, above all, they love our country", Trump said . Read More »