Ligue 1 game abandoned after three seriously injured

Ligue 1 game abandoned after three seriously injured

De Mester confirmed the stadium was being refurbished, but insisted the painting and roofing work had nothing to do with the collapse. Moreover, before the game there were a security inspection of the venue. Lille chief executive Marc Ingla responded on Twitter saying: "The statement from Amiens' president is irresponsible and inflammatory in the context of this situation. Read More

Air France A380 Makes Emergency Landing in Canada

Air France A380 Makes Emergency Landing in Canada

Passengers were stranded on the plane in Canada for a number of hours, as the airport is not equipped to handle an Airbus A380 . Any crossing of an ocean, pole or even large deserted area, no matter the number of engines, involves precautions to always have a place to divert in case of an emergency. Read More

DPRK diplomat leaves for Moscow for talks with Russian Federation

Choe Son-hui, director-general of the North American section of North Korea's foreign ministry, met with Russia's ambassador-at-large Oleg Burmistrov. and it allies. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull hit back at "reckless" North Korea after the reclusive country described Australia's decision to participate in joint military exercises with the United States and South Korea as a "suicidal act". Read More

Cowboys With Jerry Jones Take a Knee Before National Anthem Monday Night

Cowboys With Jerry Jones Take a Knee Before National Anthem Monday Night

The Rams and 49ers played Thursday, before Trump took to Twitter over the weekend blasting players who kneel and called for them to be "fired or suspended". Brice Butler admitted that it was Jerry Jones who came to the team with what they ultimately did; kneel before the anthem in prayer and then stand during the anthem. Read More

Rocket attack at Kabul airport was attempt to kill Mattis, Taliban says

Rocket attack at Kabul airport was attempt to kill Mattis, Taliban says

The Russian Foreign Ministry indicated that the United States military proceeded with its claims that Russia supported Taliban militants in order to divert global attention from the USA failures in Afghanistan . He added that to "attack a civilian airport is a criminal act, it is terrorist act and it just shows the importance of fighting these kind of organizations in Afghanistan". Read More

United Nations warns 150 companies for doing business in Israeli settlements

United Nations warns 150 companies for doing business in Israeli settlements

Greenblatt arrived in the region Tuesday to hold talks with the Palestinian and Israeli sides in an attempt to revive the peace process that had been stalled since 2014 for multiple reasons, including the Israeli settlement activity. According to the report Wednesday in Haaretz , which cited unnamed "senior Israeli officials and Western diplomats", the companies contacted by the UN's Human Rights Commissioner include around 30 from the USA, while around half are Israeli. Read More

US Airstrike In Afghan Capital Hits Civilians, Due To

US Airstrike In Afghan Capital Hits Civilians, Due To "Malfunction"

He said one victim was a woman who was "not in a good health condition". All of the victims were members of the same family, according to Najib Danish , spokesman for the Afghan Interior Ministry, who confirmed one of the rockets landed on a home near the airport. Read More

Is Facebook Conspiring With NYT And Washington Post Against Donald Trump?

Is Facebook Conspiring With NYT And Washington Post Against Donald Trump?

We've reached out to Facebook for confirmation that at least some of the Moscow-linked ads were pro-Trump, pro-Sanders and pro-Stein, and we'll let you know if/when we hear back. on the global energy market and potential challenges to profitability" of Russian energy companies, the letter said . "I have concerns about how long it took Facebook to realize the Russians were advertising on their network", Schiff told MSNBC, adding that he has spoken several times with the company's chief ... Read More

Construction starts on prototypes of proposed Mexico border wall

Construction starts on prototypes of proposed Mexico border wall

Border Patrol's requirements", they added. A green tarpaulin hanging on a chain-link fence blocked views of the work, in a remote area of San Diego , and is expected to last 30 days. He later added, "We're going to build the wall, it's coming along great". Contractors trying to win the bid for the final product started building their prototypes in San Diego . Read More

Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calls snap election

Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe calls snap election

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a close United States ally, said on Wednesday she has a "clear disagreement" with Mr Trump. The road ahead won't be easy for Abe as he has to deal with an ageing population with 28 percent over 65 years, ballooning debt, slowing economy and North Korea's threat to sink Japan into the sea. Read More

Backed SDF say attacked by Russian jets in east Syria

Backed SDF say attacked by Russian jets in east Syria

The jets did not injure coalition forces, but the SDF said six of its fighters were wounded in the strike. The SDF, an alliance of Kurdish and Arab fighters, captured the Conoco plant in eastern Syria's Deir Ezzor province on Saturday. Read More

Widespread evidence of sexual violence against Rohingya refugees - United Nations medics

Widespread evidence of sexual violence against Rohingya refugees - United Nations medics

He also urged the government of Myanmar to end the violence and allow immediate access for the delivery of humanitarian aid to the Rohingya , along with all affected communities, and to resolve the Rohingya refugee problem. In Februrary 2017, a United Nations report pointed towards Myanmar government troops crimes against humanity in its renewed military crackdowns in 2016. Read More

Mt. Agung rumbles, Bali prepares for major volcanic eruption

Mt. Agung rumbles, Bali prepares for major volcanic eruption

There have been tremors around the mountain since August, as the volcano on the tourist island threatens to erupt for the first time in 50 years. Nearly 75,000 have been forced to flee the area surrounding Mount Agung as it nears a colossal eruption . Read More

ACLU Comment on Trump Administration's New Travel Ban Restrictions

ACLU Comment on Trump Administration's New Travel Ban Restrictions

Starting Sept. 1, the Trump administration has barred Americans from traveling to the North , after a USA student was sent home in a coma and later died after more than a year in detention in the North . Both of Trump's orders have been blocked by judges, but the Supreme Court in June allowed it to go into effect with a significant caveat. To limit confusion, valid visas would not be revoked as a result of the proclamation . Read More

New Haven Police Responding to Shooting on Elm Street

New Haven Police Responding to Shooting on Elm Street

The wounded suspect was also hospitalized, but his condition was not disclosed. Los Angeles County sheriff's investigators are assisting the La Verne Police Department with their probe of the incident, said Deputy Joana Warren. Fearing for his safety, one of the officers then fired several rounds at the man, hitting him once in the upper chest. "Our thoughts are with the injured responders, Officers Eric Pessino and Scott Shumway, the victim, as well as all their families and friends". Read More

Tropical Storm watch issued for NC coast as Hurricane Maria moves north

Tropical Storm watch issued for NC coast as Hurricane Maria moves north

Maria is forecast to produce a prolonged period of strong winds gusting to 63 miles per hour and unsafe seas of 20 to 25 feet. Hurricane Maria has weakened slightly as it moves in the western Atlantic off the USA east coast. Current forecast models are suggesting that this storm will circle around itself, staying in the same general area. But Lee was posing no threat to land as it spun in the Central Atlantic, about 875 miles east of Bermuda and 1,375 miles west of The Azores. Read More

Firefighters: 7 wounded, 1 killed in Nashville church shooting

Firefighters: 7 wounded, 1 killed in Nashville church shooting

The suspect was transported to an area hospital where there was no immediate word on his condition. Most of those victims were older adults, investigators said. on Sundays. A dispatcher quoted by the Tennessean newspaper said the scene was still active. One woman was fatally shot in the parking lot, where she was found lying next to the suspect's blue SUV, which was still running when police arrived. Read More

Another nuclear test? North Korea quake a 'suspected explosion', says China

Another nuclear test? North Korea quake a 'suspected explosion', says China

North Korea has been maintaining a torrid pace in nuclear and weapons tests as it accelerates its pursuit of nuclear weapons that could viably target the United States and its allies in Asia. In response to Ri Yong Ho's threats at the U.N., Trump tweeted: "If he echoes thoughts of Little Rocket Man, they won't be around much longer!" The pursuit of nuclear weapons will not bring security for North Korea's government and China's assistance is vital to bringing Pyongyang's atomic and ... Read More

Republican Sen. Collins: 'Very hard to envision' voting for health care bill

Republican Sen. Collins: 'Very hard to envision' voting for health care bill

McCain, an Arizona Republican, dealt a critical blow to the bill with his announcement . "That's more than what states provide for higher education", it said. States that expanded Medicaid under Obamacare would be hardest hit by spending cuts, losing $180 billion from 2020 to 2026, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Read More

GOP Sen. Collins 'leaning against' bill dismantling Obamacare

GOP Sen. Collins 'leaning against' bill dismantling Obamacare

The measure, proposed by Sens. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Lindsey Graham of SC to repeal major pillars of former President Barack Obama's signature health care law, replacing them with block grants that leave it to states to design their own programs. Read More