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Tribunal spécial sur le vol MH17: Moscou met son veto à l’ONU

La résolution était soutenue notamment par Londres, Washington et Paris qui accusent les rebelles ukrainiens prorusses d’avoir abattu l’avion. PHOTO ARCHIVES AP Agence France-Presse NATIONS UNIES La Russie a mis son veto mercredi au Conseil de sécurité de l’ONU à une résolution qui aurait créé un tribunal spécial pour juger les responsables de l’écrasement du vol MH17 abattu en juillet 2014 dans l’est de l’Ukraine. Onze pays ont voté pour, trois se sont abstenus (Chine, Venezuela, Angola). Juste avant le vote, les 15 pays membres avaient observé une minute de silence en souvenir des 298 victimes de l’écrasement du Boeing…

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Obama appelle l’Afrique à embrasser la démocratie et à vaincre la corruption

«Seuls les Africains peuvent mettre fin à la corruption dans leurs pays», a lancé le président Obama depuis la tribune de l’UA, à Addis Abeba, le 28 juillet. PHOTO SAUL LOEB, AFP Agence France-Presse ADDIS ABEBA Le président américain Barack Obama a appelé mardi, depuis la tribune de l’Union africaine (UA) à Addis Abeba, l’Afrique à vaincre le «cancer de la corruption» et adhérer aux principes démocratiques, si elle veut assurer son développement. «Rien ne libèrera plus le potentiel économique de l’Afrique que l’éradication du cancer de la corruption», a estimé M. Obama, premier président américain à s’exprimer devant l’organisation panafricaine….

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Le roi Salmane d’Arabie Saoudite est arrivé à Vallauris, la plage publique située…

Le roi d’Arabie saoudite a atterri samedi 25 juillet en fin d’après-midi à Nice, avant de rallier sa propriété de Vallauris (Alpes-Maritimes) surplombant une plage publique désormais interdite d’accès. Plus de cent mille personnes avaient signé une pétition en ligne, qui demandait le maintien de l’accès du public à cette plage durant le séjour du roi Salmane. Ils n’auront pas infléchi la position des autorités. La plage de la Mirandole est interdite au public depuis samedi matin, à 8 heures. Lire aussi (en édition abonnés) : Vallauris attend l’arrivée du roi saoudien avec agacement Les deux Boeing 747 de la Saudi Arabian Airlines ont…

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UN backs Iran deal, infuriating lawmakers from both parties

The Obama administration was forced to play defense on Monday after lawmakers in both parties criticized its decision to let the United Nations — not Congress — have the first say on the Iran nuclear deal. Republicans pounced on the decision following the U.N. Security Council’s 15-0 vote, arguing the White House was giving short shrift to congressional assent in a rush to build international support for the agreement. The White House appeared to hope that the U.N. vote would build pressure on Congress to back the deal, but the strategy risked backfiring, with some Democrats scolding the administration for…

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USA’s Patriot system is pitiful semblance of Russia’s S-300

Pravda.Ru conducted an interview with Colonel Sergei Khatylev, former chief of Russian anti-aircraft missile forces, to learn an expert opinion about state-of-the-art anti-aircraft missile systems of the Russian Army. “Anti-aircraft missile system S-400 “Triumf” is second to none in the world and is recognized as the most advanced system of the kind. The idea to create a long-range system appeared during the 1990s to destroy targets at a maximum range at medium altitudes. “The missiles that were previously developed for the S-300 system can also be used in the S-400 complex. The range of detection systems depends not only on…

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Kerry doesn’t view Russia as existential threat: State Department

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (R) talks to State Department Chief of Staff Jon Finer during a meeting with members of the U.S. delegation at the garden of the Palais Coburg hotel where the Iran nuclear talks meetings are being held in Vienna, Austria July 10, 2015. REUTERS/CARLOS BARRIA U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry does not agree with the Marine Corps general nominated to be America’s next top uniformed commander that Russia poses an existential threat to the United States, a spokesman said on Friday. On Thursday, Marine General Joseph Dunford told lawmakers weighing his nomination to be chairman of…

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Russia wants Iran arms embargo ended as soon as possible

(Reuters…)  Russia called on Thursday for a U.N. weapons embargo on Iran to be lifted as soon as possible, saying it would help Tehran contribute to the fight against terrorism. The arms embargo is among stumbling blocks at talks in Vienna between Iran and six major powers, including Russia, on curbing Tehran’s nuclear program in exchange for relief from economic sanctions. “We are calling for lifting the embargo as soon as possible and we will support the choices that Iran’s negotiators make,” Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said during a summit of the BRICS emerging economies in the Russian city of Ufa. “Iran is a consistent supporter…

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Tunisia attack on Sousse beach ‘kills 28’

At least 28 people, mostly foreigners, have been killed in an attack on a beach near two tourist hotels in the Tunisian resort town of Sousse, according to the interior ministry. Officials say one gunman has been shot dead and another is being pursued. Interior Ministry officials said Tunisians, Britons, Germans and Belgians are among the dead. In March militants killed 22 people, mainly foreign tourists, in an attack on a museum in the capital Tunis. Officials say six people have been injured in the attack. Tunisia attacks: Live updates Local media reported that the second attacker had been arrested,…

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Glastonbury festival announces visit from Dalai Lama

Glastonbury festival has confirmed that the Dalai Lama will make a special appearance at the festival. The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader will visit the Somerset site on Sunday, although no timing has been announced. Festival organiser Emily Eavis said she was “honoured” to welcome him, calling his visit “a special moment for the festival”. Kanye West, Florence and the Machine, and The Who headline the festival, which opened its gates on Wednesday. After the first night, Avon and Somerset Police report they had arrested 10 people for drug offences and thefts from tents. By the time the music starts on…

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Myanmar parliament votes to keep military veto

A vote in Myanmar’s parliament has failed to remove the army’s veto over constitutional change, dealing a blow to hopes for fuller democracy. The bill received a majority of MPs’ votes but not the 75% needed to pass. Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy is expected to see big gains against the ruling party in an election likely to take place in the autumn. The NLD swept the last free general election in 1990 but the then-ruling military junta ignored the results. Ms Suu Kyi is barred from running for president because her two sons hold British not…

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