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Hospital, family agree on transfer of brain-dead girl

Family of Jahi McMath to have outside medical team move her to unspecified facility. A California hospital and the family of a brain-dead girl have agreed on conditions for transferring the teen to another facility, a judge announced Friday. The agreement calls for an outside medical team to move 13-year-old Jahi McMath from Children’s Hospital Oakland and for her mother to take full responsibility for her body during the transfer to another facility. The family has until 5 p.m. Tuesday to transfer Jahi’s body or the hospital can disconnect her life support because a court-ordered injunction will expire. In announcing…

Number of displaced in CAR ‘doubles’

The number of people sheltering at Bangui airport doubled to 100,000 in a week The number of internally displaced people in the Central African Republic (CAR) has more than doubled to 935,000 since December, the UN says. Around 500,000 have fled their homes in the capital Bangui alone – almost half the city’s population. Some 60% of those displaced are children. The UN also warned the escalating violence was hampering efforts to reach “those in need of urgent assistance”. The conflict has pitted Christian and Muslim militias against each other. The CAR is ruled by Muslim ex-rebel leader Michel Djotodia who seized…

US asks top court not to extend Obamacare birth-control exemption

Justice Sonia Sotomayor had granted a temporary injunction that prevents the government from enforcing a contraception mandate on a Roman Catholic group.Jonathan Ernst/Reuters The U.S. government on Friday asked the Supreme Court not to extend the temporary exemption of two Roman Catholic–affiliated groups from an Obamacare provision that requires employers to provide insurance policies covering contraception. On Tuesday night, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor had granted a temporary injunction preventing the government from enforcing the so-called contraception mandate against the Little Sisters of the Poor and Christian Brothers Services while litigation on the issue continues. The two religious organizations have filed a lawsuit accusing…

Exclusive: U.S. waived laws to keep F-35 on track with China-made parts

  The flight deck crew secures an F-35B Lighting II aircraft aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp following testing in this handout photo taken off the coast of North Carolina August 24, 2013. CREDIT: REUTERS/U.S. NAVY/HANDOUT (Reuters) – The Pentagon repeatedly waived laws banning Chinese-built components on U.S. weapons in order to keep the $392 billion Lockheed Martin Corp F-35 fighter program on track in 2012 and 2013, even as U.S. officials were voicing concern about China’s espionage and military buildup. According to Pentagon documents reviewed by Reuters, chief U.S. arms buyer Frank Kendall allowed two F-35 suppliers, Northrop Grumman Corp and Honeywell International…

Knicks vs Rockets;Clippers vs Mavericks;O’Higgins vs Deportes Iquique+

QuestCinq.com/Sports* 2:45 PM ET Gillingham vs Wolves 20:45 CET 2:45 PM ET Northampton Saints vs Harlequins 20:45 CET 2:45 PM ET Castres Olympique vs Bordeaux 20:45 CET 4:30 PM ET O’Higgins vs Deportes Iquique 22:30 CET 7:00 PM ET Toronto Raptors vs Washington Wizards 01:00 CET 7:00 PM ET Georgia vs George Washington 01:00 CET 7:00 PM ET Marygrove College vs Central Michigan 01:00 CET 7:00 PM ET Mount St. Mary’s vs Norfolk State 01:00 CET 7:00 PM ET Oakland City vs Ball State 01:00 CET 7:00 PM ET South Carolina State vs South Carolina 01:00 CET 7:00 PM ET…

North Korean leader fed uncle to starving dogs, report says

FILE: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is flanked by his uncle Jang Song Thaek at a military parade to mark the birth anniversary of the North’s late leader Kim Jong-il in Pyongyang. (REUTERS/KYODO) By Edmund DeMarche Published January 03, 2014 FoxNews.com The execution of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s uncle was more brutal than initially reported, according to a Beijing-controlled newspaper, which said the country’s second-most-powerful figure was thrown into a cage filled with starving dogs and eaten alive. The Singaporean Straits Times cited a report from Wen Wei Po, a Beijing-control newspaper, that said Jang Song Thaek and five close associates…

L’état de santé d’Ariel Sharon se dégrade encore

L’ancien premier ministre israélien Ariel Sharon, photographié en 2005. PHOTO ARCHIVES REUTERS Agence France-Presse Le fonctionnement des organes vitaux de l’ex-premier ministre israélien Ariel Sharon, dans le coma depuis huit ans, se «dégrade graduellement», a déclaré vendredi le directeur de l’hôpital où il est soigné à Tel-Aviv. «Son état n’a pas changé, il s’agit toujours d’un état critique qui met sa vie en danger», a indiqué Zeev Rotstein lors d’une conférence de presse devant l’hôpital Tel Hashomer. «Les examens mettent en évidence une détérioration lente et graduelle du fonctionnement de ses organes (…) Nous assistons à un dysfonctionnement généralisé des…

Syrie: cinq employés de MSF emmenés par «un groupe»

PHOTO PHIL MOORE, ARCHIVES AFP Agence France-Presse BEYROUTH Cinq employés de Médecins sans frontières (MSF) ont été «pris hier soir (jeudi) dans une maison MSF dans le nord de la Syrie, par un groupe pour, semble-t-il, les interroger», a fait savoir l’ONG dans un communiqué. «MSF est en contact avec tous les acteurs appropriés ainsi qu’avec les familles de ses collègues et fait tout ce qui est possible pour rétablir un contact», poursuit l’organisation, qui se refuse à donner d’autres informations «pour la sécurité de ses collègues». MSF a six hôpitaux et quatre centres de santé dans le nord de…

En 1984, Mitterrand et Thatcher au milieu d’un remake de « La Panthère rose »

François Mitterrand et Margaret Thatcher le 14 juillet 1989, à Paris. | AFP/JOËL ROBINE QuestCinq.com/News L’affaire des explosifs cachés par un policier français dans un buisson de la résidence de France à Londres lors de la visite officielle du président François Mitterrand en octobre 1984 avait été plus sérieuse que les diplomates des deux pays ne l’avaient affirmé à l’époque : c’est ce qui ressort des documents officiels britanniques déclassifiés le 3 janvier. Premier ministre, Margaret Thatcher n’avait guère apprécié ce canular, d’autant que l’embrouille était intervenue dans la foulée de l’attentat de Brighton commis par l’IRA qui avait failli décimer le gouvernement de Sa…

«La reconstruction, c’est l’affaire de tous», dit Martelly

Le président haïtien Michel Martelly a estimé mercredi que la reconstruction d’Haïti, frappé par un violent séisme en janvier 2010, était «l’affaire de tous les Haïtiens», lançant également un appel à l’unité à l’occasion de la fête de l’indépendance du pays. Intervenant sur la télévision nationale (TNH) depuis la ville des Gonaïves, dans le nord, où a été proclamée en 1804 l’indépendance d’Haïti (Saint-Domingue à l’époque) de la France, le chef de l’Etat haïtien a invité ses compatriotes à s’unir pour faire face aux défis qui se présenteront en 2014. «Haïti est très malade. Nous devons rebâtir ce pays qui…

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