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Populist Le Pen now goes for role as top French opposition

Populist Le Pen now goes for role as top French opposition

Macron, for his part, reassured Germany that he wouldn't revive the idea of jointly issued eurobonds, which divided Europe at the height of the eurozone debt crisis. Like Macron, Philippe is a product of France's elite ENA college for senior public servants and worked for a while in the private sector. Relatively unknown outside his northern fiefdom, he has never served in a national government.


South Korean rising star Kim wins Players title

South Korean rising star Kim wins Players title

Consecutive bogeys on the 13th and 14th holes ended his Oosthuizen's hopes for his first win on US soil and left Kim and Poulter to duke it out. "I really wish we could have that benefit", Kim added. Kim entered the day leading the field tee to green but Sunday relied heavily on his scrambling ability, finishing the day a remarkable 10-of-10 in up-and-down opportunities.



Military unrest, gunfire paralyze city areas in Ivory Coast

Schools, banks and offices are closed as most people remain at home inside. "This is not a coup". President Ouattara agreed to pay up. "We're also ready to fight if we are attacked". "Because of the current security situation the bank (SGBCI) branches will remain closed today". Two Ivory Coast cities were in a state of shutdown Monday as disgruntled soldiers continued firing in the air to demand the government pay them promised bonuses.



Jordan Edwards shooting: Texas police change account of death

CBS reports that in a press conference today, Balch Springs Police Chief Jonathan Haber said that Oliver was sacked for violating numerous police department policies. on Saturday. They also urged calm, and asked that no violence against police officers be carried out in Edwards' name. The Dallas County district attorney and the Dallas County Sheriff's Department are continuing to investigate the case.


China making progress on North Korea: Turnbull

China making progress on North Korea: Turnbull

The ministry of state security statement , carried by state news agency KCNA, said the CIA and South Korean intelligence services had "hatched a vicious plot to hurt the supreme leadership of the DPRK". Ri Byong Ho, the North Korea head of intelligence, said the suspect was a "very important person" and that "there have already been more than 80 planned terrorist attacks" that have been foiled.