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Trump national security aide Flynn resigns over Russian contacts -

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Sunday, February 12, 2017

Hillary Clinton: «Je suis ravie d’être de retour»

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JÉRÔME CARTILLIER Agence France-Presse NORWALK, Iowa Sur les routes de l’Iowa, Hillary Clinton entame un nouveau chapitre de sa longue carrière politique. La Maison-Blanche en tête, elle affiche son bonheur d’être «de retour» parmi les Américains, tout en entretenant un flou sur son programme. L’énergie singulière des débuts de campagne, l’envie de se lancer enfin après des mois de préparation : l’excitation est palpable à chacun de ses arrêts, aux premiers jours de sa deuxième campagne présidentielle, après l’échec de 2008. «Je suis ravie d’être de retour. C’est génial», a-t-elle lancé mercredi dans un restaurant à Marshalltown, à 80 km de Des…

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Obama to take Cuba off US terror list

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President Barack Obama will remove Cuba from the US list of state sponsors of terrorism, the White House says. The move comes amid a normalisation of relations between the US and Cuba. The Caribbean country’s presence on the list alongside Syria, Iran and Sudan was a sticking point for Cuba during talks to reopen embassies. Republican Senator Marco Rubio condemned the White House decision, saying Cuba remained a state sponsor of terrorism. “They harbour fugitives of American justice, including someone who killed a police officer in New Jersey over 30 years ago,” said Mr Rubio, a Cuban American who launched…

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Obama won’t automatically endorse Hillary

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(The Hill)…President Obama will not automatically endorse Hillary Clinton now that she has formally declared her candidacy for president, the White House said Monday. Press secretary Josh Earnest said that Obama and Clinton have “become friends” during Clinton’s years serving as secretary of state but “there are other people who are friends of of the president” who are considering their own campaigns. Vice President Biden is among the Democrats considering a run for the White House. Obama on Saturday said Clinton would be “an excellent president” and called her his friend. Earnest called Clinton an “effective” advocate for the president…

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Tête-à-tête historique entre Obama et Castro

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ALEXANDRE GROSBOIS Agence France-Presse PANAMA Les présidents américain Barack Obama et cubain Raul Castro se sont réunis samedi au Panama pour un tête-à-tête sans précédent depuis 1956 qui marque l’avènement d’une nouvelle ère dans les relations entre les deux pays ennemis de la guerre froide. Avant de s’entretenir en privé durant environ une heure en marge du Sommet des Amériques, les deux hommes se sont brièvement exprimés devant la presse. M. Obama a remercié son homologue cubain pour son «esprit d’ouverture» et estimé qu’«avec le temps, il est possible pour nous de tourner la page et développer une nouvelle relation […]…

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Clinton ’16 announcement to come Sunday

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Hillary Clinton’s presidential announcement will come via a video released on social media at noon on Sunday, according to several media reports. The Democratic frontrunner has long been expected to make her presidential campaign official this month, and speculation was further stoked when she recently leased office space in Brooklyn, N.Y., for her headquarters. The New York Daily News and CNN both are reporting that Clinton will release a video on Sunday at noon accouncing her second bid for the White House. Business Insider had reported on Thursday that the former secretary of State would announce her long-expected White House bid on either Saturday or…

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Clinton staff said to be on alert

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(The Hill)…Most staffers hired for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign have no idea when she’ll announce, according to a CNN report, but have been told that they must be ready to start their campaign roles at any moment — starting Monday. Until then, they are working out of an office meant for her personal staff, according to the report. The campaign-in-waiting’s digital team has reportedly been operating out of the space’s kitchen. The team is also reportedly considering various aspects of messaging for the campaign, which is expected to launch in the next few weeks after Clinton signed a lease on an…

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Menendez set to appear in court

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Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) will appear in court Thursday, where he’s expected to plead not guilty to charges of corruption. A Justice Department spokesperson said the New Jersey Democrat is expected to appear at 1 p.m. at a federal court in Newark, N.J. The hearing marks Menendez’s first appearance in court after being charged Wednesday with 14 counts of corruption. Menendez is expected to plead not guilty to those charges, which include conspiracy to commit bribery and honest services fraud, in connection with his relationship with Salomon Melgen, a Florida ophthalmologist and political donor. Melgen has also been charged. The senator responded to…

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Poll: Bush loses ground in home state Florida

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(The Hill)…Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is losing ground in his home state’s 2016 Republican presidential primary, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll. Bush currently leads the pack with 24 percent of Republican voters, but that lead has slipped 8 percentage points since February. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker finishes second with 15 percent, and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio rounds out the top three with 12 percent. “Bush has a lead over the field in his home state of Florida, but it’s not anywhere near insurmountable,” Peter Brown, the assistant director of the Quinnipiac Poll, said in a press release….

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US Senator Bob Menendez charged with corruption

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A top US senator, Bob Menendez, has been charged with corruption. The Democrat from New Jersey is accused of using his influence to illegally benefit a Florida eye doctor, who he admits is a long-time friend. He is charged with 14 counts including bribery and conspiracy, but insists he did nothing wrong. Mr Menendez is the top Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee and an outspoken critic of President Obama’s policies relating to Iran and Cuba. The 14 counts include conspiracy and making false statements, as well as eight counts of bribery. He is considered one of the most influential…

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Les forces irakiennes traquent les derniers djihadistes dans Tikrit

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W.G. DUNLOP, AMMAR KARIM Agence France-Presse Tikrit, Bagdad Les forces gouvernementales irakiennes traquaient mercredi les derniers irréductibles djihadistes dans la ville de Tikrit afin de finaliser sa «libération», considérée à Bagdad comme «une étape majeure» dans la lutte contre le groupe État islamique (EI). Les combattants avançaient avec prudence dans les rues jonchées de décombres, craignant la résistance désespérée des djihadistes du groupe extrémiste sunnite EI et les nombreux engins explosifs qu’ils ont laissés derrière. «Les forces de sécurité irakiennes contrôlent 95% de la cité» mais il y a encore «des affrontements sporadiques», a affirmé mercredi un colonel. «Il reste des…

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