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Des projectiles ont été jetés sur les forces de l'ordre, qui ont répliqué avec des gaz lacrymogènes, a constaté une journaliste de l'AFP . Plusieurs milliers de Gilets jaunes sont présents. Le ministre de l'Intérieur a établi un lien avec le climat de violence qui s'est instauré depuis le début du mouvement des " Gilets jaunes ", à la mi-novembre.
  • How much Trump actually works, leaked report reveals

    How much Trump actually works, leaked report reveals

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    Several conservatives and allies of the president expressed similar concern over the leak and also defended the president from accusations that the unstructured time in his schedule proves he's not productive. The Washington Post reported that acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney meets the president only twice a day, unlike his predecessor John Kelly. He spends ever more time in front of a television, often retreating to his residence out of concern that he is being watched too closely.
  • Texas Man Dies After Vape Pen Explodes

    Texas Man Dies After Vape Pen Explodes

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    Texas man William Brown dies after vape pen explodes, severing his left carotid artery. The incident happened last Sunday in a Fort Worth parking lot when 24-year-old William Eric Brown went to the store to buy some vaping supplies. JPS said it couldn't discuss specifics due to privacy laws, but added in a statement that, "We hold ourselves to the highest standards in providing high-quality healthcare and will take family concerns seriously as we review all that transpired".
  • British IS hostage John Cantlie believed to be alive

    British IS hostage John Cantlie believed to be alive

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    He said previous statements by United Kingdom officials had hinted that the Briton was probably dead, and Security Minister Ben Wallace has not explained why he believes Mr Cantlie is still a captive. In January, Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) director, Mustafi Bali, was quoted as saying that Cantlie "is still alive and is moving around" the Syrian province of Deir Az Zor.
  • Court hears gruesome details on first day of Bruce McArthur sentencing hearing

    Court hears gruesome details on first day of Bruce McArthur sentencing hearing

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    McArthur has pleaded guilty to killing Selim Esen, 44, Andrew Kinsman, 49, Majeed Kayhan, 58, Dean Lisowick, 47, Soroush Mahmudi, 50, Skandaraj Navaratnam, 40, Abdulbasir Faizi, 42, and Kirushna Kanagaratnam, 37. Many of their remains were found buried in potted planters of a home he worked on as a landscaper or buried in a ravine next to the property. Toronto police released a statement stating, "When Homicide Squad investigators working the Bruce McArthur case identified prior ...
  • Top US general says Trump did not consult him on Syria announcement

    Top US general says Trump did not consult him on Syria announcement

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    The commander of US Central Command, which oversees military operations in the Middle East, said Tuesday he " was not consulted " prior to President Donald Trump's December announcement that the US would withdraw its troops from Syria . The detail that Trump did not speak to Votel ahead of the momentous decision will likely fuel critics who say the president refuses to listen to experts and instead relies on his gut - or even the counsel of foreign leaders.
  • Chinese new year marks the year of the pig

    Chinese new year marks the year of the pig

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    Nevertheless, experts expect Chinese consumers to be more economical in their shopping compared to previous years due to caution over China's ongoing trade war with the United States. Hundreds of thousands of people around the world, including some in Denver, are celebrating the Chinese New Year . Restaurants across the country serve special menus.
  • " "Paris, Berlin et Madrid réclament des élections d'ici " huit jours " — Venezuela

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    Hier, (Mercredi 30 janvier), l'opposition Vénézuélienne a appelé à cesser toute activité entre 12 heures et 14 heures. Pour 'discuter des mesures que nous devons prendre pour soutenir Juan Guaido et le peuple vénézuélien', le Canada accueillera lundi prochain à Ottawa une réunion d'urgence du Groupe de Lima, qu'il forme avec une dizaine de pays d'Amérique latine, a annoncé sa ministre des Affaires étrangères, Chrystia Freeland.
  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren Apologizes To Cherokee Nation Over DNA Test

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren Apologizes To Cherokee Nation Over DNA Test

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    A Warren spokeswoman did not respond to a request for comment. The Cherokee Nation reacted with outrage to Warren's decision in October to release a six-minute video detailing her DNA test results, which were aimed at demonstrating her claim to Cherokee and DE tribal heritage in response to Trump's repeated racist taunts and name-calling.
  • Busy day in Bristol for royal parents-to-be

    Busy day in Bristol for royal parents-to-be

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    Printing messages like "you are fearless", " you are strong ", " you are loved ", and "you are special" on the bananas , the Duchess surprised One25's kitchen volunteers with her spur-of-the-moment plan. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan thanked crowds of well-wishers for braving wintry weather and snow flurries to welcome them on a trip to southwest England on Friday.
  • Knife-wielding incident sparks evacuation, arrest at Brisbane airport

    Knife-wielding incident sparks evacuation, arrest at Brisbane airport

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    A witness said they saw a man carrying a box. "Specialist police have taken a man into custody", a police spokesperson said. "He's been examined by [paramedics], he has no significant injuries", Superintendent Tony Fleming said. The man will appear in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday. Authorities say the incident was not terrorism related but a domestic violence-related situation.
  • Pelosi and Trump harden positions on border wall

    Pelosi and Trump harden positions on border wall

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    In the Oval Office Thursday afternoon Trump said Pelosi was "playing games", emphasizing, "if they don't give us a wall it doesn't work". "Without a wall, it doesn't work", he said. "I don't expect much help!" he said. It would freeze the number of border patrol agents and block any wall construction in wildlife refuges along the border.
  • Kentucky Gov: Closing Schools During Polar Vortex is 'Soft'

    Kentucky Gov: Closing Schools During Polar Vortex is 'Soft'

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    Matt Bevin as a "nitwit" after the Republican claimed it was "soft" to keep children home on heavy snow days. "These are kids who are going to be in sub-zero wind chills". 'It's deep freeze, ' the host replied. He then doubled down, saying: 'It does concern me a little bit that in America, on this and many other fronts, that we're sending messages to our young people that if life is hard you can curl up in the fetal position somewhere in a warm place and just wait until it stops being hard.
  • Multiple Cars Catch On Fire In Newark International Airport

    Multiple Cars Catch On Fire In Newark International Airport

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    More than a dozen vehicles went up in flames Thursday morning at Newark Liberty International Airport. A Port Authority of NY and New Jersey spokeswoman said no injuries had been reported. Dramatic aerial pictures showed at least two rows of vehicles being left blackened and destroyed as the flames spread. The cause of the blaze remains under investigation.