• Des bombes sont envoyées à Barack Obama et Bill Clinton

    Des bombes sont envoyées à Barack Obama et Bill Clinton

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    Des colis dont l'origine reste mystérieuse, et qui étaient identifiés comme contenant " des engins explosifs potentiels " par les autorités américaines. Il a annoncé un déploiement renforcé de policiers dans la capitale financière américaine. Le maire et le gouverneur de New York ont vu dans ces colis "une volonté de terroriser".
  • La Chine ouvre le plus long pont maritime au monde

    La Chine ouvre le plus long pont maritime au monde

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    Pour réaliser cet ouvrage impressionnant, plus d'un million de mètres cubes de béton ont été nécessaires. Devant un écran géant diffusant un montage vidéo figurant des feux d'artifice, Xi Jinping a inauguré, ce mardi matin, le gigantesque pont reliant Hong Kong, Macao et la Chine continentale.
  • Un commerçant demande à des braqueurs de revenir plus tard… ils s'exécutent

    Un commerçant demande à des braqueurs de revenir plus tard… ils s'exécutent

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    C'est à ce moment que le commerçant indique " ce n'est pas à 15 heures qu'on braque, c'est à 18 heures 30 qu'il faut me braquer ". La police contactée par le commerçant après le départ des malfrats ne pensait pas qu'ils reviendraient. "Je sors du bureau et je les engueule en disant: il faut t'acheter une montre! 18h30, c'est pas 17h30!' Et ils repartent! ". Ils se font arrêter par la police.
  • Groping suspect says Trump said it was OK to grab women

    Groping suspect says Trump said it was OK to grab women

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    According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation affidavit , an unidentified woman who was sitting in front of Alexander felt a hand reach from behind and grab her right breast about 15 to 20 minutes after she fell asleep. He was apparently referencing a 2005 video in which Trump can be heard saying: "And when you're a star, they let you do it". The woman described in details what the suspect's hands looked like.
  • Un engin explosif trouvé au domicile du milliardaire George Soros

    Un engin explosif trouvé au domicile du milliardaire George Soros

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    Les démineurs sont arrivés et l'ont fait exploser, indique le journal, précisant que George Soros n'était pas à son domicile. " Un employé de la résidence a ouvert un colis qui s'est avéré être un engin explosif ", selon les autorités. Matt Gaetz, représentant républicain de Floride au Congrès américain, a insinué la semaine dernière dans un tweet que M. Soros soutenait financièrement la "caravane" de migrants en majorité du Honduras qui marchent actuellement à travers le Mexique en ...
  • Pres. Trump Holds 'MAGA' Rally In Houston, Texas In Support Of GOP

    Pres. Trump Holds 'MAGA' Rally In Houston, Texas In Support Of GOP

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    Trump told the crowd, which Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said consisted of 18,000 to 19,000 people, with another 3,000 watching outside, that his administration is "putting America first, it hasn't happened in a lot of decades". Senate race. "You know, they have a word". "I-I don't know any, so I can't say anything for that", said another female student. But he has previously declined to label himself, even telling the Wall Street Journal in an April 2017 interview, "hey, I'm a ...
  • Four earthquakes strike off Canada's west coast

    Four earthquakes strike off Canada's west coast

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    Geological Survey reported a 6.6 magnitude quake about 260 kilometres west of Tofino, followed by a 6.8 tremor and then a third measuring 6.5. A trio of large earthquakes struck within an hour of each other late Sunday night, followed by three smaller quakes, off Vancouver Island, about 275 miles west of Bellingham.
  • Jean-Luc Mélenchon s'attaque aux médias

    Jean-Luc Mélenchon s'attaque aux médias

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    Car selon vous, les radios de Radio France ne sont pas des chaines de service public, mais des radios d'Etat . Critiqué depuis plusieurs jours pour son ton colérique et ses emportements, il a reconnu: "Bien sûr on peut être excessif et il peut arriver qu'on commette ici et là une erreur ou une autre", s'excusant ensuite auprès de la journaliste de Toulouse dont il s'était moqué de l'accent (lire ci-contre).
  • Coachloads of Southampton residents take part in anti-Brexit protest in London

    Coachloads of Southampton residents take part in anti-Brexit protest in London

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    With a bill enacted late past year, Parliament gave itself the right to hold a final vote on any Brexit deal before May can complete it. Conservative MP Sarah Wollaston said the protest meant anti-Brexit campaigners can "no longer be ignored", adding that a second referendum could result in another leave vote but "we need to be given the chance to see it".
  • Une preuve que Jonathann a brûlé le corps — Affaire Daval

    Une preuve que Jonathann a brûlé le corps — Affaire Daval

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    Trois mois plus tard, son mari Jonathann finissait par avouer que c'était lui qui avait tué Alexia et qu'il avait déposé le corps en forêt. Ces éléments du dossier, révélés ce lundi par Le Parisien-Aujourd'hui en France , ont fait l'objet d'une expertise remise en septembre au juge d'instruction en charge de l'enquête, selon le quotidien qui en a livré les principales analyses.
  • Israeli farmers concerned about Jordan ending land lease

    Israeli farmers concerned about Jordan ending land lease

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    In an " era of regional turmoil " his kingdom -sandwiched between Syria to the north, Iraq to the east and Israel to its west - Jordan wanted to protect its "national interests", Abdullah said. The territories - water-rich farmlands now cultivated by Israeli farmers - were leased for 25 years, with a 12-month notice period needed to prevent an automatic extension.
  • Kerryn Phelps defeats Liberals Dave Sharma in Wentworth by-election

    Kerryn Phelps defeats Liberals Dave Sharma in Wentworth by-election

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    But despite the Liberal candidate conceding defeat Saturday after high-profile independent Kerryn Phelps captured an apparently insurmountable lead in the seat of Wentworth, the count has narrowed sharply as postal votes are counted. While the result is ominous for the ruling coalition, which is battling poor polls and strong competition from the main Labor opposition party, the wealth of Wentworth also makes the electorate unique.
  • Train in India hits crowd celebrating Hindu festival; dozens killed

    Train in India hits crowd celebrating Hindu festival; dozens killed

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    In February, four elephants were killed after they were hit by a train travelling from Guwahati to Silchar, about 110 miles away from its departure station in the state of Assam. Seeking to shift the blame for the tragedy on the Amritsar administration, official sources said the local authorities were aware about the Dussehra programme and that it was attended a senior minister's wife.
  • Congressman Who's Actually a Cherokee Nation Member Slams Warren

    Congressman Who's Actually a Cherokee Nation Member Slams Warren

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    Sen. She understands that the Democratic base wants her to attack Trump on every front, and to fight every battle - and she thinks that the media will side with her no matter what she does. She used the tagline " Elizabeth Warren , Cherokee", under each recipe. And so it was, back to the misery of square one, Warren checkmated, Trump bullishly ecstatic, and political conversation dumbed into oblivion.
  • Mexico deploys hundreds of riot police as migrants near

    Mexico deploys hundreds of riot police as migrants near

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    In a string of tweets, Trump also said the border issue was more important to him than the new trade deal with Mexico to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement. Most of the migrants are from Honduras, but some have joined the caravan from other Central American countries. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met Friday with President Enrique Pena Nieto and Foreign Relations Secretary Luis Videgaray in Mexico City, with the caravan high on the agenda.