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World News Fire Tears Through France's Grande-Synthe Migrant Camp
Author: 0 Fire Tears Through France's Grande-Synthe Migrant Camp

Those left homeless by the fire will be taken to emergency housing , Michel Lalande , prefect of France's Nord region, said. "Of course I'm anxious and I'm absolutely convinced that majority will come back to Paris, which will only cause more problems there", Torre said.

Author: 0 United Airlines Pulls Passenger Who Refused To Give Up Seat

So they offered people $400 (£320) and a hotel stay to voluntarily leave the plane, passengers said . "He told the police and the United employees he had to be at the hospital in the morning to see patients", Bridges further explained .

World News US allies in Middle East welcome Trump's missile launch
Author: 0 US allies in Middle East welcome Trump's missile launch

At least six people were killed in the US airstrikes, Syria claimed, but the Pentagon said civilians were not targeted and the missiles were aimed at a Syrian military airfield in Homs. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev (left) last night denounced Donald Trump for attacking "the legitimate government of Syria " and said the USA was "on the verge of a military clash with Russia".

World News LeEco won't acquire VIZIO, 2 TV companies remain 2
Author: 0 LeEco won't acquire VIZIO, 2 TV companies remain 2

LeEco is affiliated with publicly traded Leshi. Previously Vizio was planning an IPO , but that was derailed by the LeEco purchase. LeEco didn't have any additional comment for us when we asked, except to point us to a LinkedIn post from research firm IDC's Chris Dong, which notes that since November, the Chinese government has been holding outside investment deals-that is, Chinese acquisitions of non-Chinese companies-to stricter reviews.

World News Gambia president's party takes majority in parliament
Author: 0 Gambia president's party takes majority in parliament

Final election results are expected on Friday. Commission chairman Alieu Momar Njie announced Friday at IEC headquarters that, in addition to 31 seats for the UDP and five seats for the APRC, the 14 remaining parliament seats were won by various other opposition groups that had united in support of Barrow's candidacy against Jammeh previous year.

World News A Trump national security adviser tapped as Singapore envoy
Author: 0 A Trump national security adviser tapped as Singapore envoy

A former Army lieutenant general, McMaster has moved to assert his power over the national security decision-making process in President Donald Trump's White House. Reports of McFarland being ousted from the National Security Council come less than 3 months after she first stepped into the role. On Thursday, as the president huddled with top national security and Cabinet officials to trigger US missile strikes on Syrian government installations from a newly built situation room at Trump's ...

World News Aaron Hernandez team claims victim was returning gunfire
Author: 0 Aaron Hernandez team claims victim was returning gunfire

Making things even more hard is another familiar face from the Odin Lloyd trial - Hernandez's fiancé Shayanna Jenkins, who apparently is now going by Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez. Hernandez's defense, led by the onetime Florida attorney of Casey Anthony, wants the jury to consider that it was Bradley who pulled the trigger. "There is absolutely no evidence that Aaron Hernandez committed this crime", Baez said.

Author: 0 Twitter Withdraws Lawsuit After DHS Drops Demands For Alt-Account's Identity

Shortly after Trump's inauguration, alternative or "rogue" Twitter accounts began popping up for the National Park Service, Environmental Protection Agency, NASA and more. "The rights of free speech afforded Twitter's users and Twitter itself under the First Amendment of the US Constitution include a right to disseminate such anonymous or pseudonymous political speech", the lawsuit said.

World News Steve Bannon Removed From the National Security Council
Author: 0 Steve Bannon Removed From the National Security Council

News hit Wednesday that Bannon would be leaving the position he had taken on the National Security Council. In a statement , Mr Bannon said: " Susan Rice operationalised the NSC during the last administration". The new order establishing the structure of the council, which was published in the federal registry , puts McMaster in overall charge of the both the National Security Council and the Homeland Security Council headed by homeland security adviser Tom Bossert.

World News At least 1 dead after shooting near upscale mall in South Florida
Author: 0 At least 1 dead after shooting near upscale mall in South Florida

The shooting at the Equinox gym shuttered the Shops at Merrick Park for the day while investigators talked to witnesses and pieced together what happened. "It was never chaotic". "The entire mall is locked down and the road in front is closed too". About an hour after the shooting, a few people still in workout attire were outside the gym.

World News Schiff calls out Nunes as tensions escalate over House Russia probe
Author: 0 Schiff calls out Nunes as tensions escalate over House Russia probe

Nunes, who was a member of the Trump transition team, came under fire for meeting a source on White House grounds the day before he delivered an unexpected briefing to President Trump about his concerns about the "incidental" collection and potential "unmasking" of Americans within the intelligence community.

World News NVIDIA Titan Xp Offers More Performance Than The GTX 1080 Ti
Author: 0 NVIDIA Titan Xp Offers More Performance Than The GTX 1080 Ti

But the Titan Xp GPU is different because, for the first time, Nvidia is making its Pascal cards available for Mac platforms with a host of new beta drivers, which are expected to be released this month. It comes with 12GB of GDDR5X running at a higher 11.4Gbps, and has a memory interface width of 384-bit, which delivers 547.7 GBps of total bandwidth.

World News Cops charge six more people over brutal teen asylum seeker attack
Author: 0 Cops charge six more people over brutal teen asylum seeker attack

Ahmed, an Iranian-Kurdish asylum-seeker, was waiting at a bus stop with two friends when they were approached by a group of youths in the London borough of Croydon, according to police. Daryl Davis, 20, Danyelle Davis, 24, Barry Potts, 20, George Walder, 20, and Jack Walder, 24, all from Croydon, spoke only to confirm their names, dates of birth, and addresses during the short hearing.

World News Britain says only Gibraltar, UK people can decide future
Author: 0 Britain says only Gibraltar, UK people can decide future

The guidelines, published on Friday (31 March), said: "After the United Kingdom leaves the Union, no agreement between the EU and the United Kingdom may apply to the territory of Gibraltar without the agreement between the Kingdom of Spain and the United Kingdom".

World News Pirates seize boat with 11 Indian crew
Author: 0 Pirates seize boat with 11 Indian crew

He said it initially was heading from the emirate to Bosaso in Somalia. "We understand Somali pirates hijacked a commercial Indian ship and [it is heading] towards Somalia shores", Abdirizak Mohamed Dirir, a former director of Puntland's anti-piracy agency , told the news agency .

World News Kashmir must choose between tourism and terrorism, says PM Modi
Author: 0 Kashmir must choose between tourism and terrorism, says PM Modi

On the other hand, Separatists incite and pay the youth of Kashmir to throw stones at security force personnel while their own children live comfortably away from the tensions in the Valley. "Development is our only mantra", he said and emphasized the importance of "Jan Bhagidari" (people's cooperation) and taking the youth along. Shri Gadkari also informed that Zojila tunnel is being built between Leh and Ladakh at a cost of Rs 6000 crores.

Author: 0 White House grants military broader attack authority in Somalia

The southern part of Somalia has been designated an "active area of hostilities" for 180 days, according to a US official. He said "additional US support will help to increase pressure on al-Shabaab and reduce the risk to our partner forces when they conduct operations".

Author: 0 US opens formal investigation into civilian deaths in Mosul

Between March 17-23, the U.S. conducted strikes in western Mosul neighborhood that may have set off truck bombs, leading to the collapse of buildings, according to local officials, and the death of hundreds of civilians. After his arrival in Baghdad, Guterres met Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, President Fuad Masum , parliament speaker Salim al-Juburi and Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari.

Author: 0 Khalid Masood: Met Police release new picture of London terror attacker

Masood was shot dead by an armed police officer outside Parliament. Masood killed three and injured 29 people in a terrorist attack in Westminster on Wednesday. Police made two more "significant" arrests overnight - a27-year-old man in Birmingham and a 35-year-old man in Manchester - while a 32-year-old woman was arrested on Friday morning in Manchester.

Author: 0 Russia Investigation Grinds to a Halt in the House

Devin Nunes of Tulare, California to recuse himself as chair of the House Intelligence Committee. Nunes acknowledged visiting the White House before making the announcement but has refused to say who he met with or who was source for his claims about the collection of incidental intelligence.

World News PM Modi meets Malaysian PM; key agreements likely to be signed
Author: 0 PM Modi meets Malaysian PM; key agreements likely to be signed

Mr. Razak will today fly to Delhi where he will hold talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Modi, during his visit to Malaysia a year ago for the East Asia Summit, had agreed with Razak to enhance the defence cooperation between the two countries - a commitment they have now iterated.

Author: 0 Netanyahu: Israel Will Restrain Settlement Building For Trump

In a statement released Friday, the Foreign Ministry described the move as "unacceptable" and said it violated Palestinians' rights, UN Security Council resolutions and the will of the worldwide community. Trump, who has said Netanyahu should hold off on the expansion of settlements, pledged during his campaign to avoid public criticism of Israel. Israel's security cabinet gave the go-ahead for the building of the first new settlement in two decades.

World News DOJ to appeal latest setback for Trump travel ban
Author: 0 DOJ to appeal latest setback for Trump travel ban

Watson's ruling on Wednesday prevented core provisions of the executive order , affecting refugees and citizens of the six predominantly Muslim countries, from going into effect the next day. "The history of public statements continues to provide a convincing case that the objective of the Second Executive Order remains the realization of the long-envisioned Muslim ban", Judge Chuang wrote.

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