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'I quit!' French environment minister resigns on live radio

'I quit!' French environment minister resigns on live radio

Hulot said he had not warned French President Emmanuel Macron or Prime Minister Edouard Philippe that he was planning to resign. French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday (27 August) called for Europe to stop relying on the United States for its military defence as he pushed for fresh European Union integration in the face of rising nationalism around the continent.



Donald Trump u-turns on John McCain, lowers White House flags

The White House issued no formal statement over the weekend about McCain's death , though one was drafted, according to United States media. "Despite our differences on policy and politics, I respect Senator John McCain's service to our country", Mr.


Watch Hundreds of Bees Take Over a Times Square Hot Dog Cart

Watch Hundreds of Bees Take Over a Times Square Hot Dog Cart

Lauriano couldn't immediately say where the massive group of bees would be taken, but noted that officials will find them a hive. NYPD's bee keeper Officer Michael Lauriano could be seen sporting protective gear as he made his way to collect the bees.


Texan says he's selling 3-D printed gun plans, despite ruling

Texan says he's selling 3-D printed gun plans, despite ruling

District Judge Robert Lasnik this week, extended a temporary ban he ordered late last month. Cody Wilson said at a news conference that he started selling the plans on Tuesday morning (local time) and that he had already received almost 400 orders.


3D-Printed Gun Blueprints Aren't Allowed Online, Federal Judge Rules

3D-Printed Gun Blueprints Aren't Allowed Online, Federal Judge Rules

US District Judge Robert Lasnik in Seattle issued the extension of a nationwide injunction on Monday, blocking a Texas-based group from disseminating files for printing plastic weapons on the internet. The judge said he would presume that Mr. Wilson does have a First Amendment right to publish the files, but that the burdens on those rights are "dwarfed" by the harms the states are likely to face and that it's in the public interest to keep the ban in place while the case is being heard.


Divers pose with 'monster' squid

Divers pose with 'monster' squid

The 14-foot giant squid was found in Wellington on Saturday. Stunned by their discovery, the brothers called the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research who said that they would come to collect the squid at once. 'It was pretty clean, nothing major on it, ' Aplin said. They weigh about 455 pounds. "There was a scratch on the top of its head but smaller than a lighter, tiny, wouldn't think that's what killed it".