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La canicule au Pakistan fait plus de 450 morts

Agence France-Presse KARACHI La canicule affectant le sud du Pakistan a fait plus de 450 morts ces trois derniers jours, frappant notamment les plus démunis, ont annoncé mardi les autorités locales, un bilan qui a plus que doublé par rapport à la veille. Agrandir Les effets de la canicule ont été aggravés par des coupures de courant électrique quotidiennes dans le pays. PHOTO ASIF HASSAN, ARCHIVES AFP La plupart des décès ont été recensés à Karachi, la plus grande ville du pays avec ses quelque 20 millions d’habitants, où la température étouffante a atteint 45 degrés Celsius et où les…

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Rivaldo considers comeback for Mogi Mirim

World Cup winner Rivaldo is considering coming out of retirement at the age of 43 – to help pull struggling Mogi Mirim off the bottom of the Brazilian second division. Rivaldo, president of the provincial club, said: “Once again, I will sacrifice my family for the good of the club but I hope to see our team in a more worthy situation in the competition. “I stopped played professionally 15 months ago but, if my knee is OK, I could help in some games.” Rivaldo, of course, helped Brazil win the 2002 World Cup, during which competition he famously got hit in…

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Former ambassador’s bizarre attack on Obama lays bare strains in US-Israeli ties

It’s a peculiar feature of American relations with Israel that more than a few senior diplomats posted from Jerusalem to Washington were once US citizens. The present Israeli ambassador, Ron Dermer, was born in Miami Beach and carried an American passport until he renounced it in 2005 in order to serve as the Jewish state’s economic envoy in DC. When Dermer lived in the US, before moving to Israel two decades ago, he was a Republican party operative. There is a view in the White House that he remains one as ambassador after Dermer colluded with Republican leaders to embarrass Barack Obama, most…

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South Carolina governor calls for Confederate flag to be removed

(The Hill)…South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is calling for the Confederate flag to be removed from the state capitol grounds in the wake of last week’s racially-charged massacre at a black church in Charleston. “Today, we are here in a moment of unity in out state, without ill will, to say It’s time to move the flag from the Capitol grounds,” Haley (R) said Monday to cheers in a dramatic speech from the capitol. “We are not going to allow this symbol to divide us any longer,” she added. “The fact that it causes pain to so many is enough to move it…

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Husband of prison worker ‘blown away’ by wife’s plot to help murderers escape

The husband of a prison worker charged with helping two convicted killers escape from an upstate New York prison “can’t stand by her” and was “blown away” when she revealed a plot to murder him, his lawyer said on Thursday. Lyle Mitchell, who like his wife, Joyce, worked at the Clinton correctional facility in Dannemora, New York, did not know about the escape plans until they were discovered missing on 6 June, his lawyer, Peter Dumas, told NBC’s Today television program. The two convicts broke through steel walls, slipped through a steam pipe and emerged from a manhole outside the 170-year-old maximum-security…

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South Carolina shooting suspect seemed troubled, drawn to white supremacy

His uncle worried he was cooped up in his room too much. The few images of him found easily online suggest he had a fascination with white supremacy, publicly embracing its symbols. And for his birthday this year, his father bought the young man a pistol, the uncle said. Dylann Roof, a 21-year-old white man, was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of having fatally shot nine people at a historic African-American church in South Carolina. The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating Wednesday’s attack as a hate crime, motivated by racism or other prejudice. Those who know Roof described a…

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Les fusillades américaines les plus meurtrières

Agence France-Presse WASHINGTON La fusillade mercredi dans une église de la communauté noire de Charleston en Caroline du Sud, qui a causé la mort de neuf personnes, constitue l’une des plus meurtrières de ces 25 dernières années aux États-Unis. Voici quelques-unes des pires tueries survenues ces dernières années chez nos voisins du sud. – 16 septembre 2013 : un homme, travaillant pour un sous-traitant de la Défense, ouvre le feu dans des bureaux de la Marine américaine, à Washington, tuant 12 personnes, avant d’être abattu par la police. – 26 juillet 2013 : un homme d’origine cubaine prend en otage et tue six personnes dans…

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Mexico police dismantle video cameras installed by gang

Police in the Mexican city of Reynosa in north-eastern state Tamaulipas state have dismantled 39 surveillance video cameras installed by a local gang. Officers said they surprised two people attaching a camera to a post in a city street on Wednesday evening. The two said they were acting on the orders of a criminal gang, which uses the cameras to monitor the movements of the security forces. Reynosa is racked by violence, with two drug cartels vying for control. The two suspects took officers to the locations of the other 37 cameras they had already installed. They had been put…

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Les députés de Hong Kong défient Pékin et rejettent sa réforme électorale

AARON TAM Agence France-Presse HONG KONG Les députés prodémocratie de Hong Kong ont fait échec jeudi à un projet controversé de réforme électorale, un acte spectaculaire de défiance à l’égard de Pékin qui avait mis en garde contre la menace de «chaos» si le texte était rejeté. Pas une voix n’a manqué au camp prodémocratie pour dire non à ce texte fixant les modalités de l’élection en 2017 du chef de l’exécutif de l’ancienne colonie britannique, revenue dans le giron de la Chine en 1997. «Le message que nous envoyons au gouvernement central du peuple (le gouvernement chinois, NDLR) et…

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FCC plans to fine AT&T $100M over ‘unlimited’ data plans

(The Hill)…The Federal Communications Commission plans to fine AT&T $100 million for misleading customers about what it said were unlimited wireless data plans. The fine is in response to AT&T drastically reducing network speeds for phone customers who purchased an unlimited plan once they used a certain amount of data. AT&T offered unlimited data plans in the past but changed course in 2010 as smartphones became more prevalent. The company, however, allowed millions of existing customers to renew their unlimited data contracts. In 2011, those unlimited-plan customers began seeing data speeds slow by up to 90 percent after AT&T began implementing…

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