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Tuesday, January 19, 2016

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ObamaCare supporters see wall of resistance cracking in South – QuestCinq.com -

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Attaque revendiquée par l’EI au Bangladesh: un mort et 80 blessés -

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Russia says wants Syria elections, ready to help Free Syrian Army -

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Hillary Clinton calls Republican’s impeachment vow ‘pathetic’ -

Saturday, October 24, 2015

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Saturday, October 24, 2015

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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Fifa: Sepp Blatter, Michel Platini & Jerome Valcke suspended -

Thursday, October 8, 2015

A la FIFA, « Michel Platini est mort politiquement » -

Thursday, October 8, 2015

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Poutine propose une nouvelle coalition contre l’EI -

Sunday, September 27, 2015

States enlist prisoners, plan biosecurity to combat avian flu threat

(Reuters)…Indiana is training 300 prisoners to kill infected chickens and banning bird shows at county fairs. Mississippi is considering road barricades and planning biosecurity measures. Iowa is trying to figure out how to deal with a mountain of dead – and reeking – chickens. Federal health experts are hopeful that the virulent bird flu that has devastated Midwestern poultry farms in recent months has reached its peak and will taper off as the weather warms. But worried state officials aren’t taking chances. Fears that the virus, which has led to the deaths of nearly 45 million birds in 16 states…

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Russian, Iranian companies discuss barter deal terms: minister

(Reuters) – Russian and Iranian companies are discussing terms for a barter deal which will not include oil deliveries, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said on Wednesday, trying to end confusion over the status of a long-heralded agreement. Russian officials said on Monday Russia was sending grain, equipment and construction materials to Iran in an oil-for-goods exchange, the first step in securing a foothold in a new market since the West imposed sanctions on Russia over Ukraine. But the announcement caused confusion in the oil and grain markets, with traders saying no oil deliveries and no grain supplies had been registered. Some suggested it was little…

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Family couple fraudulently collects $100K with the help of food stamps

AP photo The police of North Carolina, USA, arrested a married couple, who conducted illegal activities within the scope of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. The couple collected over $100,000 by buyingfood stamp credits for 50 cents on the dollar. The detainees – Luz Adriana Walker and David Christopher Walker, 55, are the owners of a meat shop in Greensboro, North Carolina. The couple would give undercover Guilford County Sheriff’s deputies $200 for $400 worth of electronic foodstamp benefits transfers. The couple would then take reimbursements for the full value of the stamps, also called SNAP Benefits. From Jan. 1, 2013 to Dec….

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Ukraine arrests Turkish cargo ship over Crimea port cal

(Reuters) – Ukrainian authorities have arrested a Turkish-owned cargo ship and detained its captain over a visit it made to a port in Crimea after Russian annexed the peninsula from Ukraine last year. Prosecutors said the Tuvalu-registered 5,095 deadweight tonne ship Kanton was being held in the Ukrainian port of Kherson. They said the crew could go to jail for up to three years and the ship could be seized. The vessel’s Istanbul-based owner, Master Shipping Ltd, called the detention illegal. Russia seized Crimea shortly after Ukrainian protesters toppled a pro-Moscow president in February 2014. Ukraine has said any visit to Crimean ports is illegal,…

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La NSA aurait dérobé des clefs de cryptage de cartes SIM

Agence France-Presse WASHINGTON La NSA et son homologue britannique le GCHQ ont dérobé des quantités «sidérantes» de clefs de cryptage de cartes SIM, leur permettant d’intercepter en toute discrétion les communications des utilisateurs de ces cartes, selon The Intercept, le site américain de journalisme d’investigation jeudi. Selon The Intercept, la NSA (National security agency) et le GCHQ (Government communications headquarters) sont entrés dans les réseaux informatiques des fabricants de cartes SIM pour dérober ces clefs, notamment dans celui du géant mondial Gemalto. «Le GCHQ, avec le soutien de la NSA, a puisé dans les communications privées» d’ingénieurs et d’autres salariés…

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Walmart to raise wages for 500,000 US workers

By Kim Gittleson (BBC)…US retail giant Walmart – the nation’s largest private employer – has announced plans to raise wages for more than 500,000 hourly employees at its US stores. Walmart said that it would raise salaries for 40% of its staff to at least $9 per hour – $1.75 above the US minimum wage. That hourly floor would be raised to at least $10 per hour by 1 February 2016. The retailer has recently been under pressure from labour groups. In a blog post to workers, Walmart’s chief executive Doug McMillon acknowledged that a tough economic environment combined with shifting consumers…

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Le Congrès américain va approuver Keystone XL

IVAN COURONNE Agence France-Presse WASHINGTON Le Congrès américain à majorité républicaine devait autoriser mercredi le controversé oléoduc entre le Canada et les États-Unis, défiant ainsi le président Barack Obama qui a promis d’opposer son veto à la loi. Ce qui n’était qu’un projet pétrolier de plus, lors de la première demande de permis de construire en 2008, s’est transformé au fil des années en une pomme de discorde entre démocrates et républicains, chacun voyant dans l’oléoduc de 1900 km, dont 1400 aux États-Unis, une menace majeure ou une opportunité historique. Avec les écologistes, les alliés démocrates du président dénoncent un projet…

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Obama’s pivot on oil draws fire from left

President Obama unveiled plans Tuesday to open swaths of the Atlantic and Arctic oceans to new oil and gas exploration, enraging Democrats and environmentalists who had cheered him just two days earlier for blocking drilling elsewhere. The Interior Department’s five-year lease plan would allow drilling in three areas off the coast of Alaska and one in a portion of the Atlantic for the first time in nearly four decades. The shift in policy, gas prices being at new lows, is dramatic for Obama, who’s been seeking to burnish his legacy as a president who has worked to stop climate change….

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China to build high-tech railway between Moscow and Beijing

China will build high-speed railway between Beijing and Moscow. The project is worth 1.5 trillion yuan (242 billion dollars), representatives of the municipal authorities of Beijing said. The railway will be 7,000 kilometers long. The railway will run through Kazakhstan, and the travel time will make up only two days, Bloomberg reports, citing a statement from the Chinese government on Weibo social network. China has been promoting its high technology in the field of railways at the international level. The news about the construction of the railway appears against the background of chilled relations between the US, Europe and Russia…

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Labor chief pushes White House on overtime

By Justin Sink – A top union official is pressuring the White House to dramatically increase the number of Americans who qualify for time-and-a-half overtime pay. AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka said in an interview published Friday that he believed President Obama should take an executive action ensuring overtime pay for workers with an annual salary under $51,168. That would represent more than doubling the current threshold, which provides time-and-a-half pay for workers making $23,660 per year or less. “The spotlight is now on raising wages,” Trumka told The Washington Post. “Raising wages is the key unifying progressive value that ties all the pieces of…

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