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One Killed in Marseille Car Ramming

One Killed in Marseille Car Ramming

Police have asked people to avoid the Old Port area. The driver is identified as a 35-year-old male known to the police for "acts of minor delinquency". "The distance traveled by the driver suggests a certain determination", David Reverdy from the Alliance police union told BFM TV . They were in different areas of Marseille, which is the second-largest city in France.


Outcry as UK Publisher Censors Content for China

Outcry as UK Publisher Censors Content for China

The editor of the periodical, China Quarterly , said in a statement that the publisher had made the U-turn after a "justifiably intense reaction from the global academic community". "Attaching your name and reputation to a censored history is to be complicit in creating it", said Greg Distelhorst, a professor at MIT in the United States.


Russian Federation names replacement for Sergei Kislyak as envoy in Washington

Russian Federation names replacement for Sergei Kislyak as envoy in Washington

TheRussian president, Vladimir Putin , has named the deputy foreign minister, Anatoly Antonov, as the country's new ambassador to the U.S., replacing Sergei Kislyak . Since becoming deputy foreign minister previous year, Antonov has acted as a liaison between the foreign ministry and the military. The Russian officials have firmly denied the allegations.



New Zealand's Wood joins Burnley from Leeds for club record fee

Coming here I feel I've got a proper opportunity to do that. Wood's goalscoring record will fill Burnley fans with hope - the Turf Moor side have a huge goal-shaped hole in their squad after Andre Gray left the club for Watford earlier in the transfer window.


Sen. Graham to Trump: 'For Sake of Our Nation, Please Fix This'

Sen. Graham to Trump: 'For Sake of Our Nation, Please Fix This'

If white supremacists are wrong to hold racist, anti-Semitic views and attack counterprotesters in Charlottesville, pointing that out suggests that they might also be wrong to support him . In Michigan just 36 percent of registered voters say they approve of his performance. Pastor Mark Burns, an African-American televangelist who leads a small congregation in SC and serves on the board, said in an interview on MSNBC on Saturday that he stood by Trump .


Infosys shares extend losses as leadership issues outweigh share buyback

Infosys shares extend losses as leadership issues outweigh share buyback

Meanwhile, shares of Infosys' rivals advanced. "Sikka's abrupt departure post the allegations (although denounced by the Infosys board) would have unintended consequences: hiring of an external CEO of good stature is now virtually impossible, strategic client relationships could be under a cloud as executives in these organizations will find lack of a visionary road map on products they have already adopted a breach of trust, and pivoting to a new way to differentiate (such as acquiring ...