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Striking workers give Macron rough reception at factory visit

The defeated far-left candidate , Jean-Luc Melenchon, pointedly refused to back Macron, and Le Pen's National Front is hoping to do the once unthinkable and peel away voters historically opposed to a party long tainted by racism and anti-Semitism.


At least 24 dead as bus plunges into ravine in northern Philippines

At least 24 dead as bus plunges into ravine in northern Philippines

Meanwhile, the LTFRB chief also said she wants to personally check the crash site after receiving information that the place is already considered an accident-prone area. He said he was among the first to be rescued and brought to a hospital. With the driver and his conductor getting killed in the incident, De Guzman said they will mostly depend on the statements of the survivors.


Israel seeks US backing to avert permanent Iran foothold in Syria

Israel seeks US backing to avert permanent Iran foothold in Syria

Israel and Russian Federation have maintained a level of security coordination in order to prevent conflicts between their two militaries in Syria, where Moscow is working to back Syrian President Bashar Assad and Israel occasionally carries out airstrikes.



Macron Expected to Win Run-Off Against Le Pen With 61% of Votes

Le Pen and liberal centrist Macron will face off in the second round vote on May 7, neither of them bound to a traditional party. Emmanuel Macron leaves his Paris apartment Monday. Anything that Macron can do I can do stranger, she is saying. She fired the first broadside in the northern town of Rouvroy. Members of the National Front have hit out at Macron, claiming he will not be strict on France's borders and leave the country vulnerable to further terror attacks.


Turkey election board rejects referendum annulment appeals

Turkey election board rejects referendum annulment appeals

Sancar went on to state that the electoral board's last-minute decision to allow unstamped ballots had prevented proper record-keeping to occur, meaning it was now impossible to determine how many invalid or make votes may have been counted.


A new executive order could put some national monuments at risk

A new executive order could put some national monuments at risk

The order demands that the Department of the Interior review more than 20 additional monuments created by the Antiquities Act-by both Democrat and Republican presidents-since 1996. The area is a major Native American tribal access point for gathering plants and firewood for ceremonies, according to the US Forest Service , and the monument's rock cliffs hold sacred value to local Native American tribes.