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Obama: I respond to people who call me ‘idiot’

The Hill

During an interview with entertainment news program “Extra,” correspondent Jerry Penacoli thanked the president for his healthcare law, which he says “pretty much saved my finances and my life” during his battle with cancer. “The number of stories I have gotten like yours — it’s made a difference in a lot of people’s lives,” Obama said in the interview, which aired Thursday. But not all the feedback the president gets from the public is positive. “I get 10 letters a night out of the 40,000 letters and emails and messages that we get,” he said. “Some of them are just saying thank…

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L’Afrique donne le coup d’envoi à un marché commun « du Cap au Caire »


Cecil Rhodes en rêvait : construire un continuum économique et politique en Afrique « du Cap au Caire ». Un siècle et quelques années plus tard, à Charm el-Cheikh, vingt-six dirigeants de pays d’Afrique ont, mercredi 10 juin, posé les bases d’un vaste marché unique courant de l’Afrique du Sud au Caire. Ce n’est plus, là, le mythe impérial d’un colonialiste anglais qui voulait relier, à la fin du dix-neuvième siècle, toutes les colonies de son pays, mais un projet porté par les Africains eux-mêmes, auxquels il reste nombre d’obstacles à surmonter avant d’accomplir ce rêve. Sur le papier, ce projet, né après cinq ans de négociations,…

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UK police killing of Brazilian heard in Euro court

The death of a 27-year-old Brazilian shot by police in the wake of the 2005 London bombings could have been prevented, a lawyer for the United Kingdom told Europe’s top human rights court on Wednesday, adding the incident did not however amount to murder. The European Court of Human Rights was opening hearings into Britain’s handling of the case nearly ten years after police shot Jean Charles de Menezes seven times in the head as he boarded an underground train in south London. They mistook him for one of four men who unsuccessfully tried to bomb London’s transport system the…

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Obama, Merkel et l’UE unis face à la Russie


Agence France-Presse KRÜN Le président américain Barack Obama, la chancelière allemande Angela Merkel et le président du Conseil européen Donald Tusk ont affiché dimanche leur unité face à la Russie sur le dossier ukrainien au lancement d’un sommet du G7 en Allemagne. M. Obama a notamment loué l’amitié germano-américaine, alors que le président russe Vladimir Poutine est le grand absent du sommet du G7 en Bavière (sud), exclu de ce format des puissances industrielles depuis que la Russie a annexé la Crimée en mars 2014. «Ce matin, alors que nous célébrons l’une des alliances les plus fortes au monde, mon…

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France : six responsables de la présidence sous Sarkozy en garde à vue


Agence France-Presse PARIS Six hauts responsables ou conseillers de la présidence française sous le mandat de Nicolas Sarkozy (2007-2012) étaient en garde à vue mercredi dans le cadre d’une enquête sur des sondages commandés sans appel d’offres, selon une source proche du dossier. Claude Guéant et Xavier Musca, qui se sont succédé au poste de «Secrétaire général de l’Élysée» (plus proche collaborateur du président) à cette époque, ainsi que l’ancienne directrice de cabinet de Nicolas Sarkozy, Emmanuelle Mignon, étaient entendus, tout comme trois anciens conseillers de la présidence. M. Guéant a notamment été ministre de l’Intérieur durant la présidence de…

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George W. Bush plus populaire que Barack Obama


Agence France-Presse WASHINGTON L’ex-président George W. Bush, au pouvoir de 2001 à 2009, est plus populaire parmi les Américains que son successeur Barack Obama, selon un sondage CNN/ORC publié mercredi. Selon cette enquête, 52 % des personnes interrogées ont une opinion favorable de l’ancien président républicain contre 49 % pour l’actuel occupant démocrate de la Maison-Blanche. L’éloignement du pouvoir et une relative discrétion dans les médias ont semble-t-il du bon : c’est la première fois depuis dix ans que George W. Bush, qui a quitté la présidence en janvier 2009 au plus bas dans les sondages, à plus d’opinions favorables que défavorables (52 % contre 43 %)…

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Russia dismisses EU criticism of travel blacklist

Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov attends a meeting with United Arab Emirates Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan in Moscow

Russia criticised the European Union on Monday for allowing the publication of a list of European officials barred from entering the country in the diplomatic fallout over theUkraine crisis. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Moscow, which drew up the list in response to a similar ban on Russian officials by the EU, had handed over the list to the EU “confidentially.” The EU says the travel bans are unjustified and a list seen by Reuters at the weekend showed 89 European politicians and military leaders were included on it. “The reverse sanctions that were introduced applied to officials who have been most…

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Russia imposes travel ban on 89 EU politicians

(Reuters)…Russia has imposed an entry ban on 89 European politicians and military leaders, according to a list seen by Reuters, a move that has angered Europe and worsened its standoff with the West over Moscow’s role in the Ukraine conflict. More than 6,200 people have been killed in fighting between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian separatists. Russia dismisses accusations from Ukraine, NATO and Western powers that it is supporting the separatists with arms and its own troops. The list, which says it was compiled by the Russian foreign ministry and handed to a European Union delegation in Moscow this week, includes outspoken critics of Russia as well as security…

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Cuba removed from US terror list

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. has taken Cuba off its list of state sponsors of terrorism. Secretary of State John Kerry has signed an order removing Cuba from the U.S. terrorism blacklist as part of the process of normalizing relations between the Cold War foes. Kerry acted 45 days after the Obama administration informed Congress of its intent to do so. Lawmakers had that much time to weigh in and try to block the move, but did not do so. The step comes as officials from the countries continue to hash out details of restoring full diplomatic relations, including opening…

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Muhammadu Buhari takes over Nigeria in crisis


ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — Nigerians celebrated their newly reinforced democracy Friday, dancing, singing praises and releasing white doves as Muhammadu Buhari, the first candidate to beat a sitting president at the polls, became their president. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, accompanied by the commander of U.S. Africa Command, Gen. David M. Rodriguez, was the first foreign official to meet with Nigeria’s new leader after the inauguration. A senior State Department official said Washington is ready to increase military aid and could quickly send more advisers. To roars of approval at the ceremony, President Buhari pledged to take personal charge…

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