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  • Act II for France's Macron: getting the majority to govern

    Act II for France's Macron: getting the majority to govern

    The incoming French leader has also agreed to a first meeting with US President Donald Trump, on the margins of a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders summit in Brussels on May 25, the White House said . Mr Hamon, who gained popularity in recent years by leading a group of rebel Socialist lawmakers who opposed Mr Valls, was a distant fifth in the first round of the presidential election after garnering just over 6% of the votes, the Socialist Party's worst result since 1969.

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  • Syria army 'moves into area' where rebels evicted ISIL

    Syria army 'moves into area' where rebels evicted ISIL

    Syria's military has been alarmed by two months of FSA advances against ISIL that allowed the rebels to secure a large swathe of sparsely-populated territory stretching from the town of Bir Qassab, some 50km southeast of Damascus, all the way to the borders with Iraq and Jordan.

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  • Americans Are Divided About President Trump's Decision to Fire James Comey

    But the New York Times later reported that Trump had asked Comey multiple times that night for a pledge of loyalty, and each time, Comey said he couldn't do it. "All previously scheduled", White House communications director Mike Dubke told CNN . Even as many agents bemoan the firing of Comey and the way he was treated, "they're turning the page", Nathanson said.

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  • North Korea 'detains USA citizen Kim Hak-song'

    North Korea 'detains USA citizen Kim Hak-song'

    Kim Mi Ok said her husband has been involved in agricultural development work at the university's experimental farm since 2014. Both arrested are of Korean origin and had worked here as teachers. When an American citizen is reported detained, the USA works with the Swedish Embassy in the North Korean capital, since the US and the North do not have diplomatic relations.

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  • North Korea renews accusation of CIA assassination plot

    The claim, if confirmed, would mark another big advance toward the North's goal of fielding a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the USA mainland. Moon has advocated dialogue with North Korea to denuclearize. Last week, it demanded that the South hand over its spy chief. In Seoul , some citizens expressed frustration.

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  • UN Security Council condemns North Korea missile test

    It also said that North Korea is "greatly increasing tension in the region and beyond" and that the country should immediately show "sincere commitment to denuclearisation through concrete action". Japanese officials said Sunday that the missile flew for a half hour and reached an unusually high altitude before landing in the Sea of Japan. "There's a lot of sanctions left that we can start to do, whether it's with oil, whether it's with energy, whether it's with their maritime ships, ...

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  • Germany and France Agree to Draw up Roadmap on Developing EU

    Germany and France Agree to Draw up Roadmap on Developing EU

    Ms Merkel called Mr Macron's visit an honour and a sign of the deep friendship between the two European powerhouses. Asked if she was anxious that Mr Macron's push for a "Buy European Act" could undermine the established order of free and open trade, Ms Merkel said: "In trade relations, for example, I see this element of reciprocity, this is something I can very well imagine".

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  • South Tyneside voters urged to register for election

    South Tyneside voters urged to register for election

    It was disappointing to report that nearly 3,500 would-be voters did not get to have their say at the March election as they were not on the electoral register. Lynda Elsegood, Electoral Management Officer for Maldon District Council, said: "The general election registration deadline is fast approaching". The election takes place on June 8 across the country.

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  • Launched missile could carry large nuclear warhead: North Korea

    North Korea's state media says that the country launched a medium-range ballistic missile on Sunday, capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. Why does this test matter? The country's leader, Kim Jong-un, supervised the launch of the Hwasong-12 missile that reached an altitude of 2,111.5 km and flew 787 km, according to state news agency KCNA.

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  • 45000 cyber attacks carried out in 74 countries: Kaspersky Lab

    The UK's National Crime Agency's Oliver Gower said: "Cyber criminals may believe they are anonymous but we will use all the tools at our disposal to bring them to justice". Computers in A&E wards, GP surgeries and other vital services were thought to have been infected with the virus. "You're only safe if you patch ASAP", he wrote on Twitter.

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  • Most Americans don't support Comey's firing

    CORNISH: We've been hearing that word, loyal, and loyalty so many times the last couple of days because there are still a lot of questions about how James Comey was sacked. Asked on " Fox News Sunday " about Trump's decision to set up a taping system, Lee called it "not necessarily the best idea". "Let them do it", Trump said.

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  • UN Security Council vows sanctions over North Korea missile test

    North Korea is banned under United Nations resolutions from engaging in nuclear and missile development, but has conducted its fifth nuclear test and a string of missile launches since the start of previous year. Leader Kim Jong-Un personally oversaw the test, it said, and "hugged officials in the field of rocket research, saying that they worked hard to achieve a great thing".

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  • Syrian government denies US allegations of mass killings

    The department is releasing newly declassified photographs showing what it says is a building in the prison complex that has been modified to support the crematorium. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Tillerson "was firm and clear with Minister Lavrov that Russian Federation holds tremendous influence with Bashar al-Assad" and must act to rein him in.

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  • Syria prison crematory is hiding mass executions, US says

    The State Department said on Monday that it believed as many as 50 detainees were being hanged every day at the Saydnaya prison outside Damascus, and that some of the bodies are being disposed of in a crematorium. But he said that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had raised concerns about Assad's brutality with Russia's foreign minister, Sergei Lavrovm during the latter's visit to Washington last week.

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  • Projection: PM would win Commons majority of 48

    May has accused European Union officials of seeking to affect the outcome of the election by issuing threats over Brexit, and warned voters that the other 27 member states were lining up against Britain to win a deal that "works for them". Most of Thursday's gains for the Conservatives came at the expense of Labour. "I am disappointed at every Labour defeat in the local elections", Corbyn said, adding, "It is a challenge on an historic scale".

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  • Penguins draw even in series against Senators

    The Senators love clogging the middle of the ice. "It was scary. It wasn't fun to live", Boucher said of the pushback his team faced in the first two rounds. He noted, though, Ottawa did a good job limiting Pittsburgh chances at even strength which is why Sidney Crosby and Phil Kessel were non-factors. Surprisingly, the charge wasn't led by their powerhouse defenseman Erik Karlsson, as he had an uncharacteristically off night; it was instead ushered by goaltender, and Masterton Trophy ...

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  • The Home Depot, Inc. Earnings Ahead: Quick Glance

    Finally, Zacks Investment Research upgraded shares of Home Depot from a "hold" rating to a "buy" rating and set a $151.00 price objective for the company in a research report on Tuesday, January 17th. Home Depot had a net margin of 8.23% and a return on equity of 123.29%. According to the past 5 years report, the company on average reported -9.10% year-over-year EPS growth and sales growth was recorded at 4.70%.

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  • Salmond and Sturgeon deny Scotland is divided after 10 years of SNP

    With the Scottish National Party still committed to seeking a second independence vote for Scotland, Sturgeon has said the party would seek a "phased" approach to European Union membership. Sturgeon labelled the EU's Common Fisheries Policy "no longer fit for purpose" during the interview. Nicola Sturgeon give a talk in South Queensferry on Tuesday, marking 10 years of the SNP in government.

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  • Phone scam claiming to provide WannaCry ransomware supports

    Phone scam claiming to provide WannaCry ransomware supports

    On top of that, critics say, the government didn't notify companies like Microsoft about the vulnerabilities quickly enough. So criminals turned to targeted attacks instead to stay below the radar. Now that this "WannaCry" malware is out there, the world's computer systems are vulnerable to a degree they haven't been before, unless people everywhere move quickly to install Microsoft's security patches.

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  • Wenger calls on fans to shun boycott and roar on Gunners

    Wenger calls on fans to shun boycott and roar on Gunners

    It could be a possibility that he recovers for tomorrow". "There is a little problem with (Laurent) Koscielny but everyone else should be available", he said. "We have created a momentum again". I think we suffered a lot when we went out of the Champions League under special circumstances. "The only chance we have to be in the top four is to win our games".

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  • Ousted FBI director James Comey is willing to testify

    Ousted FBI director James Comey is willing to testify

    Mr Trump suggested a new candidate for Federal Bureau of Investigation director, who would need to be confirmed by the senate, may be chosen as soon as this week, before he leaves on his first foreign trip since taking office. Changing rationales for the firing offered by White House aides added an element of chaos to the president's action. President Donald Trump on Thursday acknowledged for the first time that the ongoing investigation into Russian interference in last year's election was ...

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  • Spurs coach blasts Warriors' Pachulia for 'dangerous, unsportsmanlike' play

    Speaking to reporters on Monday, Popovich called out Pachulia. Pop said Pachulia took a "two-step, lead-with-your-foot closeout" that was meant to injure Leonard. This was up 37 percent from ESPN's Eastern Conference Finals Game 1 coverage in 2016 (Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors, 4.1). We're up 23 points in the third quarter against Golden State, and Kawhi goes down like that.

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  • Macron and Merkel Discuss Deeper EU Integration Post Brexit

    The two met in Berlin on Macron's first full day in office, which started with his naming 46-year-old lawmaker Edouard Philippe as his new prime minister. "We're convinced we'll find a way to make progress with Germany". Macron, 39, who was sworn in as French president on Sunday, is the youngest French President in France's history and the youngest leader since Napoleon.

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  • Tucson man arrested for allegedly threatening Rep. Martha McSally

    Tucson man arrested for allegedly threatening Rep. Martha McSally

    District Court in Tucson. On May 2 and May 10, Martan is accused of calling McSally's congressional office and leaving threatening, expletive-filled voice-mail messages. Martan told agents he used the phone to call McSally's office, according to the complaint. The threats to McSally are "especially sickening and shocking because of what this district has already endured with what happened to Congresswoman Giffords in 2011", said C.J.

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  • Trump Shared Classified Info To Russians

    H.R. McMaster, Trump's national security adviser who participated in the meeting, told the Post that Trump and the officials, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak, discussed "common threats".

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  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi Concerned Over Condition Of Indian Rivers

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi Concerned Over Condition Of Indian Rivers

    The "Namami Devi Narmada Seva Yatra", which concluded on Monday, was launched on December 11 past year from Amarkantak, covering 3,344km, traversing over 1,104 villages and towns. He termed the document presented by the Madhya Pradesh Government to save Narmada as "futuristic with several learnings". Referring to 2022, when India will complete 75 years of Independence, the prime minister called upon the people to work towards taking the country to new heights by then.

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