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Armoured Dallas awaits Obama

«I firmly believe that America is not as divided as some have suggested,» President Barack Obama told a news conference at a NATO summit in Warsaw ©Wojtek Radwanski (AFP/File)

Obama faces late test of leadership in Dallas

AFP

Barack Obama will try to pull a fraying country together at a memorial for five slain Dallas policemen on Tuesday -- a monumental leadership test as his presidency winds down.

Foreign trade

German minister says talks on EU-US trade deal have «failed»

Germany's vice chancellor and economy minister Sigmar Gabriel said Sunday that negotiations on a massive trade between the European Union and the United States were effectively dead in the water.

US presidential election 2016

Trump vows to begin deportations immediately if sworn in

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump linked illegal immigration and employment Saturday, pledging to start deporting offenders as soon as he is sworn in should he become the White House's next occupant.

Clinton slams Trump in city of casino bankruptcies

Hillary Clinton came out swinging Wednesday after the FBI's damning indictment of her email scandal by lacerating Donald Trump's business record in the city where four of his companies went bankrupt.

Extremist group

Somalia: new attack of the Shebab in Mogadishu

The attack was leading white explosion of a car bomb. There are nine victims. The restaurant, Banadir Beach Restaurant, is frequented by Somali officials and young couples and is one of several on the beach close and the attack is the second this year to target a local on this beach.

The images of fires

California as a Dantesque

Tens of thousands of people were evacuated. No sign of subsiding fires that are devastating the forests of California, Santa Barbara, north of Los Angeles. Already 12 thousand hectares have gone up in smoke.

The Syrian crisis

Moscow launches cruise missiles against Syrian jihadists

As it announced by the Ministry of the missiles hit two command centers and ammunition storage in Daret Ezaa area, west of Aleppo. Transactions made by missile cruisers arrive a few days after the announcement by Moscow of using an Iranian air base for air raids against the Syrian rebels.

«Crucial moment» in Syria peace talks: UN envoy

The UN envoy for Syria said Monday a «crucial moment» had been reached in attempts to broker a political settlement to end a five year war and defeat the IS.

Alert in Central America

The Earl storm turns into hurricane

Earl has already caused six deaths in the Dominican Republic when he was only a tropical storm. Now with winds of 120 km / h and violent rainfall he has put on alert the whole coastline from Mexico up to Belize, Guatemala and Honduras.

Climate

Snow in Africa on the Lesotho mountains

In the images a thick blanket of snow on top of Thaba Putsoa (or Blue Mountain), mountains of Lesotho, African enclave within South Africa. The summit, which reaches 2,900 meters, is located about 70 km from the capital Maseru.

City blocked

Hong Kong: typhoon Nida arrives, flights canceled for 16 hours

Hundreds of flights were canceled, schools were closed, as well as most of the shops and the Stock Exchange. The winds have lashed 150 per hour throughout the night the city and many areas are closely monitored for the risk flooding.

Japan

Tokyo, elected the first female governor. Bowing employee

Yuriko Koike, the first woman to become governor of Tokyo, has been received by the employees of the City in his first day of work. The woman was welcomed, as is traditional, with a bow.

Environment

Ash from Popocatépetl Volcano Falls on Mexico Cityambiente

In the images the eruption of the volcano Popocatepetl, near Mexico City. The ashes from the volcano spit in the night between Sunday and Monday have reached some areas of the Mexican capital.

Wall Street likes it

Tesla readies updated «secret masterplan»

Electric carmaker Tesla is preparing an updated «secret masterplan,» as the company looks to rebound from concerns over the safety of its «autopilot» semi-autonomous driving mode.

Tesla hits speed bumps in race to conquer auto market

Tesla Motors' goal of shaking up the automobile industry has hit a fresh speed bump as disappointing car production suggests a longer wait before it reaches profitability.

Middle East

Israel outlaws «Iran-funded» Palestinian group

Israel announced Monday it had outlawed a Palestinian group it says acted as a front for Iran-directed militant activities targeting Israelis and the regime of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas.

Gunman kills Israeli soldier as diplomats seek calm

An Israeli soldier was killed Sunday in a shooting at a bus station in Beersheba, further stoking fears of a full-blown Palestinian uprising as diplomats scramble to quell tensions.

After online petition signed by more than 12,800 workers

Starbucks to increase base pay of workers in October

Starbucks announced Monday it will lift wages for some 150,000 baristas and other employees in its home market as it moves to address staff concerns over insufficient hours.

European policies

Barroso slammed over Goldman Sachs Brexit job

Former European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso faced a wave of criticism Saturday after it emerged that he will advise US investment bank Goldman Sachs on the fallout from Brexit.

City of opportunity

53 years after Kennedy, Dallas relives sniper nightmare

Nearly 53 years after president John F. Kennedy was assassinated while riding in a motorcade through the streets of Dallas, the bustling Texas city is reliving the nightmare of a murderous sniper.

Dallas, dozens of police pay tribute to colleagues killed

Dozens of Dallas police have gathered to lay flowers and pay tribute to their five colleagues killed by a commando of four snipers (3 arrested and one killed by police), during a demonstration against African-American abuse of law enforcement.

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Somalia: new attack of the Shebab in Mogadishu

The attack was leading white explosion of a car bomb. There are nine victims. The restaurant, Banadir Beach Restaurant, is frequented by Somali officials and young couples and is one of several on the beach close and the attack is the second this year to target a local on this beach.

The Olympic flag leaves Rio and arrives in Tokyo

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Pokemon Go madness to Taipei

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California as a Dantesque

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Moscow launches cruise missiles against Syrian jihadists

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Life & Style

Joe Perry, lead guitarist with Aerosmith, was performing Sunday night with his side project Hollywood Vampires when he collapsed ©Robyn Beck (AFP/File)

Joe Perry, lead guitarist with Aerosmith, was performing Sunday night with his side project Hollywood Vampires when he collapsed ©Robyn Beck (AFP/File)

Aerosmith's Joe Perry collapses at New York concert

Perry was performing Sunday night with his side project Hollywood Vampires, with features glam metal pioneer Alice Cooper on vocals and Hollywood star Johnny Depp as a fellow guitarist.

Cheerful Madonna shrugs off controversy in Malawi

Madonna shrugged off controversies about her relationship wi...

Snoop Dogg to play at Clinton convention party

Snoop Dogg, the rap superstar and outspoken marijuana aficio...

Sports

Bahraini women's 3000m steeplchase runner Ruth Jebet, pictured on August 27, 2016, gave a standout performance during the Paris Diamond League meeting, clocking 8min 52.78sec and smashing the previous record of 8:58:81 ©Dominique Faget (AFP)

Bahraini women's 3000m steeplchase runner Ruth Jebet, pictured on August 27, 2016, gave a standout performance during the Paris Diamond League meeting, clocking 8min 52.78sec and smashing the previous record of 8:58:81 ©Dominique Faget (AFP)

Jebet record alights Paris meet, Schippers wins

Kenyan-born Olympic champion Ruth Jebet obliterated the 3000m steeplechase world record Saturday as Dafne Schippers got back to winning ways in the 200m at the Paris Diamond League.

Five-time NBA champ Duncan retires after 19 seasons

San Antonio Spurs star power forward Tim Duncan on Monday an...

Serena destined to keep rivals flagging

With a record-equalling 22nd Grand Slam title wrapped up, Se...

SciTech

Jupiter

Jupiter

NASA probe set to make closest approach yet to Jupiter

NASA's Juno space probe on Saturday was set to pass the closest it will get to the planet Jupiter during the main phase of its planned mission to the gas giant, the US space agency's officials said.

Families of US-Israeli victims sue Facebook over Palestinian attacks

Israeli and American victims of Palestinian attacks sued Fac...

E3 show heralds social, virtual future for video games

As the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) video game gatheri...

Health

Rescuers and firemen inspect the rubble of buildings in Amatrice on August 24, 2016

Rescuers and firemen inspect the rubble of buildings in Amatrice on August 24, 2016

Drawing out children's trauma in quake-hit Italy

Inside a shady tent in the middle of quake-hit Amatrice, a little girl hunches over a table drawing a picture of the soaring mountains overlooking this small Italian town.

Blood test may help prevent overuse of antibiotics

An inexpensive blood test could one day tell doctors whether...

Apple will promote organ donations in Health app

Apple on Tuesday announced that the coming version of softwa...