Day: September 11, 2019

Aucun candidat vert ne doit s’opposer à l’avortement, dit Elizabeth May | Élections Canada 2019

Radio-Canada | En ligne Elizabeth May s’étonne que certains candidats verts se soient opposés par le passé à l’avortement. Photo : Radio-Canada Partagez via Facebook(Fenêtre modale) Facebook Partagez via Twitter(Fenêtre modale) Twitter Partagez via LinkedIn(Fenêtre modale) LinkedIn Partagez via Courriel(Fenêtre modale) Courriel Activer l’option d’impression du navigateur Imprimer Commentaires Daniel Blanchette Pelletier Publié à 21 h 04 La chef du […]

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State Department approves Poland’s $6.5 billion F-35 fighter jet order

Washington Post (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Aaron Gregg Reporter covering the defense industry, commercial aviation and government contractors. September 11 at 4:03 PM Lockheed Martin has received State Department approval to sell 32 F-35 Joint Strike Fighters to the Polish military in an estimated $6.5 billion order, the Pentagon announced Wednesday. The pending sale is […]

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Europeans once hoped the British would reverse Brexit. Now, many can’t wait for them to leave.

Washington Post European Council President Donald Tusk meets with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the G-7 summit in Biarritz, France, last month. Tusk said in April he still dreamed of a Brexit reversal. (Andrew Parsons/Pool/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock) September 11 at 11:32 AM BRUSSELS — Wistful Europeans once hoped Britain would reverse itself on Brexit, abandoning its […]

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Iran says U.S. must ‘abandon warmongers’ following Bolton’s dismissal 

Washington Post Erin Cunningham Middle East reporter covering Iran, Turkey, Syria and the wider region September 11 at 9:13 AM ISTANBUL — John Bolton’s abrupt departure as White House national security adviser will not pave the way for direct talks between the United States and Iran, officials in Tehran said, even as some welcomed the […]

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Dutch doctor who euthanized Alzheimer’s patient cleared of criminal charges

Washington Post A Dutch court acquitted a doctor on Sept. 11 in a landmark trial that prosecutors and physicians hope will help clarify how the country’s 2002 euthanasia law can be applied to people with severe dementia. (Aleks Furtula/AP) September 11 at 3:13 PM When she was still relatively healthy, a 74-year-old Dutch dementia patient […]

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Kidnapped by North Korea in 1978, this Japanese man lived to tell the tale

Washington Post Former abductee by North Korea Kaoru Hasuike speaks to media reporters in 2017. (The Asahi Shimbun/Getty Images) Simon Denyer Tokyo bureau chief covering Japan, North Korea and South Korea. September 11 at 1:00 AM KASHIWAZAKI, Japan — Kaoru Hasuike was sitting on the beach with his girlfriend, watching the sun set, smoking a […]

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The Pixel 4 XL is the worst-kept secret of 2019

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links AnhEm TV In what’s become a seemingly annual tradition for Google’s Pixel smartphones, the Pixel 4 has appeared in its first pre-release hands-on. And not one just but two. The first comes courtesy of Vietnamese YouTube channel AnhEm TV, and it corroborates a lot of the information that’s been floating […]

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NHL training camp primer: Rangers among biggest mysteries

CBC | NHL News Go to Source Veteran Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist wants to return to the post-season for the first time in three years next spring and believes the team is ready to take the next step following the additions of several players, including forward Artemi Panarin and defenceman Jacob Trouba. (Elsa/Getty Images/File) Henrik […]

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Inside Volkswagen’s all-electric ID.3

Engadget RSS Feed While the exterior of a car is important (no one wants to drive an ugly car), the interior is where you spend most of your time. While the powertrain (electric) and design (a smoother Golf) of the ID.3 are what people initially think of when they see the car, that brand new […]

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Day one of federal campaign shows linguistic divide on SNC-Lavalin, secularism

CBC | Politics News English-language media focused on new revelations in the SNC-Lavalin affair on the first day of the federal election campaign. Their French counterparts, meanwhile, focused on federal party positions on Quebec’s controversial religious symbols law, Bill 21. (Canadian Press) Day one of the federal election campaign revealed a national divide along linguistic […]

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