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Author: 0 France's Fillon says would launch probe into Hollande if elected

The others are Jacques Cheminade, who rails against the "domination" of global finance; the New Anti-Capitalist Party's Philippe Poutou; Nathalie Arthaud of the Workers Party; Francois Asselineau, who wants to quit the euro and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation; and Jean Lassalle, a self-styled "farmer-politician" without political affiliation.

Author: 0 Zola resigns as Birmingham slip close to drop zone

Meanwhile, fellow Caltex Socceroo Bailey Wright played a full 90 minutes for Bristol City in their 1-1 draw at Blackburn Rovers. Zola will be looking for his side to bounce back after conceding an injury time victor to Derby on Saturday in Gary Rowett's first return to St Andrew's as an opposition manager since his sacking by Birmingham.

Author: 0 North Korea parades military weapons, but no nuke test

Amid rising regional tensions, Pyongyang residents have. "I have great confidence that China will properly deal with North Korea". (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E). A North Korean foreign minister vowed the isolationist country "will go to war" if the USA provokes it, as the world watched to see if dictator Kim Jong Un will launch another provocative nuclear test today to commemorate his grandfather's birthday.

Global Media European leaders respond cautiously to Turkey vote
Author: 0 European leaders respond cautiously to Turkey vote

The country voted on Sunday in a plebiscite on granting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan extra powers that was won by the "Yes" camp but disputed by the opposition. President Erdogan has insisted the changes are needed to amend the current constitution, which was written by generals following a military coup in 1980, to confront security and political challenges in Turkey and avoid fragile coalition governments of the past.

Author: 0 Trump suggests Susan Rice unmasking requests may be criminal

Asked about allegations that she had been been involved in disseminating the names of people swept up by the intelligence investigations, she insisted that they were "absolutely false". She has firmly denied that she did anything inappropriate in requesting the identities of Trump associates. There is a new twist this morning in the investigation of whether Trump officials worked with Russian Federation to influence the election.

Global Media New Zealanders evacuated from parts of coast as storm hits
Author: 0 New Zealanders evacuated from parts of coast as storm hits

The storm is due to make landfall from 19:00 local time (07:00GMT) over Bay of Plenty. MetService predicted winds from the storm could gust to 150 kilometres per hour and that waves could rise to over five metre. The New Zealand military and emergency service teams are on standby. Earlier this week, Cyclone Cook killed one person when it swept through the Pacific islands of New Caledonia.

Global Media United: Airline won't use police to remove passengers
Author: 0 United: Airline won't use police to remove passengers

Munoz had initially defended his staff's actions and described Dao as "disruptive and belligerent". Frontier tells me the patch note is not a United Airlines zing, which saddens me a bit, but a coincidence. "The last thing a paying airline passenger should expect is a physical altercation with law enforcement personnel after boarding, especially one that could likely have been avoided", they said.

Author: 0 Disney Shows Off Star Wars Land and Good God It's Awesome

The panel revealed that a planet scene in the Last Jedi trailer (below) is a mineral planet called Crait . Or maybe a lame, poorly-paid bureaucrat in the First Order? The other is going to be an entire Star Wars themed "land". "But if we were to go to those places - Hoth, Tatooine - we know the stories that happened there, we know whose stories they are, and we know we're not in them", said Scott Trowbridge , the team lead on the project (as reported by Entertainment Weekly ).

Author: 0 Steve Bannon Removed From National Security Council

Another said Bannon was on board to oversee former national security adviser Mike Flynn's work to "de-operationalize" the National Security Council . Bannon had fulfilled the objective of his inclusion on the committee and was no longer needed, thus his removal. The ousting of one of rump's most contested advisers was applauded by politicians on both sides of the aisle who argued that Bannon's appointment on a national security policy-making committee might politicize foreign policy.

Author: 0 No need for Trump's approval to use massive bomb

Friday saw global audiences awaking to news the United States military had dropped a GBU-43/B MOAB - the largest non-nuclear weapon in its arsenal - on a jihadist defensive position in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province. "We were unable to see each other at home because of the excessive dust inside the room", he said. He later went near the border, where he met with other residents.

Author: 0 North Korea rattles sabers; world looks for response

North Korea revealed a special fighting force during a weekend military parade. But a lot has been said since then. Pence and South Korean acting president Hwang Kyo-ahn, speaking a day after a failed missile test by the North and two days after a huge display of missiles in Pyongyang, also said they would strengthen anti-North Korea defences by moving ahead with the early deployment of the THAAD missile-defence system.

Author: 0 Russia Blocks The UN From Investigating Syrian Chemical Attack

The meeting was called to discuss the April 4 attack on the Syrian town of Khan Shaykhun that killed almost 90 people. President Donald Trump said the United States' relationship with Moscow "may be at an all-time low". "It wasn't only a violation of the laws of war but it was a - we believe, a war crime", Toner said. Two days later America fired 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at the airbase in central Syria from which it claimed Mr Assad's attack had been launched.

Author: 0 Cleveland Police investigating shooting posted to Facebook

The suspect did broadcast another video on Facebook Live at one point, the spokesperson said. Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams confirmed one killing but said they did not know of any other victims. Stephens is an employee at Beech Brook, a children's behavioral health center in OH, a company spokesperson told ABC News. The suspect, Stephens, also claimed to have committed multiple other homicides.

Author: 0 N.Korea shows off 'ICBM' during massive parade

He said uniting the country with South Korea was the "only way it's going to happen". The 1950-1953 Korean War ended in an armistice rather than a peace treaty, and Pyongyang said it needed nuclear weapons to defend itself against a possible United States invasion.

Global Media Trump claims immunity as president from protesters' lawsuit
Author: 0 Trump claims immunity as president from protesters' lawsuit

A man who is being sued over an altercation at an election rally is now coming after President Trump. The latest legal move comes two weeks after federal judge David J. A week later, when protesters interrupted Trump in Louisville, the candidate responded with scattered commands: "Get them out", "Get him the hell out", "Don't hurt them".

Global Media PDP worker killed, 2 injured in Jammu and Kashmir
Author: 0 PDP worker killed, 2 injured in Jammu and Kashmir

Security forces had entered the Pulwama college on Saturday. As the police sealed the college exits, the students started demonstrating within the premises. Police said they were maintaining "extreme restraint" while dealing with the student protests. In another tweet, he wrote, "Why could all colleges and universities not have been closed for a few days after the Pulwama clashes?" Protests took place inside the Kashmir University and the Central University here but these were peaceful.