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Partial French official results show Le Pen, Macron going to second round

Partial French official results show Le Pen, Macron going to second round

Her supporters burst into a rendition of the national anthem, chanted "We will win!" and waved French flags and blue flags with "Marine President" on them. Declaring "the left is not dead!" he urged supporters to back Macron. A Paris police official said no injuries were reported in scuffles between protesters and police at the Place de la Bastille.



Jeremy Corbyn rejects Nicola Sturgeon's "progressive alliance" offer in #GE17

A Conservative spokeswoman dismissed Mr Corbyn's comments and pointed out that the number of infants in large classes had risen by 18% in three years in Wales. Earlier on Wednesday, Sturgeon told journalists outside the Westminster parliament that she'd "seek to be part" of an alliance with Labour if the election result turned out in such a way that it would keep the Conservatives out of power.


Another Man Killed During Venezuela Protests

Another Man Killed During Venezuela Protests

Protests, looting, and violence have resulted in the deaths of at least a dozen people in Caracas . On Friday, opposition leaders blamed the government for repressing protesters with tear gas but standing idly by as businesses were looted.


American Airlines passenger says flight attendant almost hit baby

American Airlines passenger says flight attendant almost hit baby

American Airlines said it was investigating the incident, which took place before a flight from San Francisco to Dallas. Spokeswoman Leslie Scott says the airline is looking into whether the male flight attendant violently took away a stroller from the female passenger just before she boarded a Friday flight from San Francisco to Dallas.


Jeff Sessions Won't Apologize For Offending The Entire State Of Hawaii

Jeff Sessions Won't Apologize For Offending The Entire State Of Hawaii

The attorney general argued that the plaintiffs in the suit - the state of Hawaii and a Hawaiian imam - purposefully chose a venue they believed would be sympathetic, a common legal practice. Speaking to CNN, Sessions added: "I think it's a fabulous place and had a granddaughter born there". "You do have a situation in which one judge out of 700 in America has stopped this order", further attempted to diminish the validity of 9th Circuit U.S.



Egypt president in Saudi Arabia to reaffirm ties

As the king's son, the prince has a direct line to the Saudi monarch. Decisions issued by the Royal Court in Saudi Arabia come into force from the day of publication. Top of the agenda, according to the same sources, is the issue of a maritime border demarcation deal signed during King Salman's visit to Cairo in April a year ago.