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Bombardier and Boeing clash in trade hearing over CSeries

Bombardier and Boeing clash in trade hearing over CSeries Bombardier has reportedly held talks with the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China Ltd. (Comac) about a potential investment in the Montreal-based company's commercial aerospace division. "If you don't fix it now, it will be too late to do anything about it later". The investigation results from a legal petition filed by Boeing on 27 April, in which the USA company alleged Bombardier sold CS... [Full Article...]

New ferry links North Korea and Russia despite US calls for isolation

New ferry links North Korea and Russia despite US calls for isolation A ferry service between Russian Federation and North Korea completed its inaugural journey Thursday morning, with 40 passengers on board. North Korean ferry Man Gyong Bong-92 anchors at the central pier of the Niigata port, 250 kilometres (155 miles) north of Tokyo, 04 September 2003. [Full Article...]

Senate moderates hold bipartisan health care talks

Senate moderates hold bipartisan health care talks The rates, which must be approved by the state Department of Financial Services, affect hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers who buy insurance through the state-run Obamacare market called New York State of Health . "So it puts us back into that state of insurance insecurity". Portman said he "couldn't support the House bill", because he "didn't believe it provided adequate coverage for people wh... [Full Article...]

Top Swedish football fixture postponed due to match-fixing attempt

Top Swedish football fixture postponed due to match-fixing attempt A statement posted on the official website of the Swedish football association (SvFF) on Thursday said that it had made a decision to cancel the match scheduled for the same evening between IFK Goteborg and AIK after an unnamed AIK player said someone had tried to convince him to help throw the match. [Full Article...]

Brazil president denies OK'ing bribe

Less than 24 hours after an explosive report in O Globo newspaper that Temer was caught on tape agreeing to bribe the jailed politician, he faced three formal requests for his impeachment. The Bovespa index crashed more than 10 percent after opening, triggering an automatic suspension of trading for 30 minutes. Brazil's Real currency lost 8 percent of its value against the USA dollar in the firs... [Full Article...]

Iran TV censors Rouhani documentary ahead of elections

Iran TV censors Rouhani documentary ahead of elections Rouhani, the moderate cleric seeking re-election May 19, "insisted" on traveling to northern Golestan province to review the disaster and speak with the families of those who died, the official Islamic Republic News Agency said . "[As government] we are responsible for their lives and it is our duty", the president said. Iran, primarily thought of for its oil reserves, is also rich in minerals. [Full Article...]

Syrian sides agree to new United Nations process on constitution

Syrian sides agree to new United Nations process on constitution A USA airstrike struck pro-Syrian government forces that the coalition said posed a threat to American troops and allied rebels operating near the border with Jordan on Thursday, the first such close confrontation between US forces and fighters backing President Bashar Assad. [Full Article...]

Vladimir Putin says can prove Donald Trump did not pass Russian Federation secrets

Vladimir Putin says can prove Donald Trump did not pass Russian Federation secrets The claim by fired FBI Director James B. Comey that President Trump asked him to shut down an investigation of former national security advisor Michael Flynn is potentially the most explosive development in the unfolding saga of investigations into possible collusion between Russian Federation and Trump's 2016 campaign. [Full Article...]

Spicer declines to answer whether Pres. Trump records Oval Office conversations

Two White House officials said some of Trump's frustration centers on what he views as unfair coverage of his decisions and overly harsh criticism of press secretary Sean Spicer, as well as deputy press secretary Sarah Sanders, who led much of the response to Comey's firing. [Full Article...]

GA to carry out first execution of 2017

GA to carry out first execution of 2017 He says execution by firing squad is preferable. Georgia in 2016 led the country with nine executions, according to the news station. His lawyers say gabapentin alters a person's brain chemistry by making brain receptors more receptive to the drug and less receptive to other drugs, including pentobarbital. [Full Article...]

French Socialist Ex-premier Wants to Join Macron's Movement

French Socialist Ex-premier Wants to Join Macron's Movement That work begins right away. 39-year-old centrist liberal Macron who ran as the candidate of En Marche! "I will be a candidate in the presidential majority and I wish to join up to his movement, the Republic on the Move". The French Interior Ministry said with 93 per cent of the votes counted, Macron had about 19.3 million votes, while Ms Le Pen secured about 10.4 million. [Full Article...]

John Terry has made most of season on periphery at Chelsea

John Terry has made most of season on periphery at Chelsea I have 13 days to make my decision". Antonio Conte has praised Michy Batshuayi after he came on as a substitute to score Chelsea's title winning goal in a 1-0 win at West Brom. He has also helped them win five FA Cups, three League Cups, the Champions League and the Europa League. "I like to see this type of game because it's amusing to see both teams score four and three goals -- in thi... [Full Article...]

H.R. McMaster Says Trump's Comments To Russian Officials Were 'Wholly Appropriate'

H.R. McMaster Says Trump's Comments To Russian Officials Were 'Wholly Appropriate' It was, perhaps, even more remarkable that Trump chose to confide in representatives of an adversary, who could use the information to find its source. The existence of the memo was first reported Tuesday by The New York Times . The revelation by President Trump of intelligence concerning Islamic State plans for terrorist activities to Russian diplomats may provide Islamic State operatives some... [Full Article...]

'Morning Joe' Co-Hosts Say Kellyanne Conway Hates Trump

'Morning Joe' Co-Hosts Say Kellyanne Conway Hates Trump The recently engaged hosts of "Morning Joe" on MSNBC claimed that White House counselor Kellyanne Conway told them off-camera that she was only working for Donald Trump for the money. "I know him, I respect him, I believe in him". No one but Scarborough and Brzezinski can verify that Conway said those things, even if they are true. [Full Article...]

Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: ICJ reserves verdict on India's appeal

Kulbhushan Jadhav Case: ICJ reserves verdict on India's appeal Representing India's stand before the 11-judge bench of the global justice body, India's agent to the court, Deepak Mittal said that despite repeated requests, Pakistan denied consular access to Kulbhushan, which is in contravention of Vienna convention. [Full Article...]

Israeli intel experts alarmed by Trump leak but play down any damage

Israeli intel experts alarmed by Trump leak but play down any damage Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have spoken by phone, a spokesman said on Wednesday, as controversy brewed over the USA president's sharing of intelligence with Russian Federation that came from Israel. A United States administration official confirmed to AFP on condition of anonymity that the original intelligence came from Israel, which was initially reported by ... [Full Article...]

Ireland call-up surprises Long

Ireland call-up surprises Long He has handed a first senior call-up for Burnley defender Kevin Long, who has recently broken into the Premier League side's starting XI. The Republic face Mexico and Uruguay in friendlies, then play Austria on 11 June in a Dublin World Cup qualifier. [Full Article...]

Australia considers banning laptops from aircraft cabins

Australia considers banning laptops from aircraft cabins The UK and USA have already banned the carrying of large electronic devices in cabins on flights arriving from certain Middle East and African countries. Australia could be set to follow the USA and the United Kingdom by enacting a ban on laptops and other electronics on flights from Middle Eastern and African destinations. [Full Article...]

Democrats maintain pressure on Trump over Comey firing

Such a request would undermine the standing of the Federal Bureau of Investigation chief as an independent law enforcer and further fueled charges that Trump has overstepped the norms of his office. He was appointed by Federation Internationale de Football Association in 2012 to investigate World Cup bidding contests, then resigned after he said the global soccer organization had mischaracterized ... [Full Article...]

Election in Germany's most populous state could boost Merkel

German Chancellor and chairwoman of the German Christian Democratic Party (CDU) Angela Merkel smiles during a press conference at the party's headquarters in Berlin, Germany, Monday, May 15, 2017, one day after the election in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. [Full Article...]


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