• Un avis favorable — Procréation médicalement assistée
Un avis favorable — Procréation médicalement assistée

Une manière bien peu subtile et particulièrement maladroite de reporter la légalisation de l'ouverture de la PMA pour toutes les femmes aux calendes grecques. En guise d'alternatives, le CCNE plaide pour le développement d'une information sérieuse sur la fertilité dès la jeunesse, et demande à la société de faciliter la maternité.

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  • US Republican to withhold consent for arms sales over Gulf dispute
US Republican to withhold consent for arms sales over Gulf dispute

Riyadh and Abu Dhabi had claimed Doha was "supporting terrorism " - a charge vehemently denied by Qatari officials - but the publication of 13 demands issued by the blockading countries revealed the effort had much more to do with bringing into alignment and subservience to Saudi Arabia's hegemonic foreign policy.

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  • Children's Hospital again recognized by US News and World Report
Children's Hospital again recognized by US News and World Report

U.S. News and World Report ranks St. Louis Children's Hospital in the top 50 in all ten pediatric specialties it surveyed. "We at Stanford Medicine are extremely pleased to again see Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford recognized by U.S.

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  • Sacramento Tops List Of Worst Drivers In The Nation
Sacramento Tops List Of Worst Drivers In The Nation

Detroit is the best driving city in America, according to a new study . That's right, Sacramento: you've earned the dubious honor of being America's worst driving city. With 1 being the worst drivers, MI ranked 47, beat only by Mississippi, Florida and Rhode Island. On the contrary, Detroit earned the distinction of being America's safest dri...

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  • As Supreme Court Nears Finish, Kennedy Retirement Rumors Swirl
As Supreme Court Nears Finish, Kennedy Retirement Rumors Swirl

But something could overshadow rulings in those high-profile cases: If Justice Anthony Kennedy were to use the court's last public session on Monday to announce his retirement. After some 58 years covering the Supreme Court of the United States, a career that has covered Court's overseen a body led by Chief Justices Earl Warren, Warren Burger, ...

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  • Moving Manzanita Fire Burning South of Beaumont Grows to 5000 Acres Overnight
Moving Manzanita Fire Burning South of Beaumont Grows to 5000 Acres Overnight

According to Riverside County Fire department, as of June 26 at 3:30 p.m., approximately 30 acres burned on the west side of Highway 79 and 50 acres burned on the east side of Highway 79. Sheriff's spokeswoman Cindy Bachman said the Emergency Alert evacuation notice, is for Riverside Co residents only; no threat to San Bernardino county residents.

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  • Senate passes new sanctions on Iran, Russia
Senate passes new sanctions on Iran, Russia

The measure in the new bill, which was was passed in the Senate by a vote of 97-2, aims to strengthen current sanctions and implement new ones on Russia, targeting individuals "conducting malicious cyber activity on behalf of the Russian government", as well as those engaged in corruption, human rights abuses, selling weapons to the Assad regime in...

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  • Supreme Court Reinstates President Trump Travel Ban
Supreme Court Reinstates President Trump Travel Ban

Challengers to the ban said it would harm people who have legitimate reasons to be in the USA - including through family ties, work and education. "Immigration, even for the president, is not a one-person show", the three justices of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals said in a ruling earlier this month.

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  • Dead bird tested positive for West Nile in Dodge County
Dead bird tested positive for West Nile in Dodge County

The program involves conducting a preemptive larviciding program that will include the treatment of public and private roadway catch basins, public school ground catch basins and other property owned and operated by the Town if necessary. Infection leads to death in 3 to 15 percent of persons with severe forms of the illness. Earlier this month, Fr...

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  • Santana leads to Twins to sweep, first place in AL Central
Santana leads to Twins to sweep, first place in AL Central

In his last start against the Indians on May 12 in Cleveland , Santana pitched seven innings and combined with three relievers on a two-hit 1-0 shutout. They also won their first road series since April 10-13 at Kansas City. The Indians' season-long struggles at home continued in earnest, with Cleveland falling to 15-20 at Progressive Fiel...

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  • Texas sanctuary city law could lead to immigration police state: lawyer
Texas sanctuary city law could lead to immigration police state: lawyer

And because the federal government alone is charged with crafting immigration policy, the state of Texas can't create its own, or dole out criminal penalties for refusing to follow a state policy, critics argue. Supporters of the measure have said immigrants who do not break the law have nothing to fear. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner said the ne...

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  • JK Rowling marks 20 years since Harry Potter appeared
JK Rowling marks 20 years since Harry Potter appeared

Thank you", she wrote on Twitter . It's hard to think of a multi-media franchise in history that ever turned out to be quite as popular as Harry Potter . It launched the careers of then-child actors Daniel Radcliffe , Rupert Grint and Emma Watson . Henry Potter - known as Harry to his friends - was Harry's great grandfather who enjoyed an...

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  • Une majorité pléthorique en vue pour Emmanuel Macron
Une majorité pléthorique en vue pour Emmanuel Macron

L'ancien Premier ministre Manuel Valls s'est en revanche qualifié pour le second tour avec 25,45% des voix, face à Farida Amrani, candidate de La France insoumise (17,61%), sachant que ni LREM ni le PS n'avaient proposé de candidat face à lui.

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"Epidemic level of West Nile Virus" expected in Ada County

This incident marks the first bird that tested positive for West Nile virus in Dane County since monitoring for the mosquito-transmitted virus began May 1. No human cases have been reported. In relatively dry years, West Nile tends to be less of a problem. Since then the state has confirmed 2,359 human cases, including 745 hospitalizations an...

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  • Toddler Dies After Dad Breaks Her Skull on Father's Day, Police Say
Toddler Dies After Dad Breaks Her Skull on Father's Day, Police Say

Friday. "We at Maimonides Medical Center extend our heartfelt condolences to her family, who wish to have their privacy respected at this sad and hard time", the hospital said in a statement. The mother of the girl called 911 that afternoon to say she had been chased and punched in the face by her ex in the lobby of his apartment building.

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  • Le couple Jacob nie mais n'a pas d'alibi
Le couple Jacob nie mais n'a pas d'alibi "confirmé" — Affaire Grégory

La justice a relancé l'affaire en arrêtant mercredi Ginette Villemin , 61 ans, mais aussi Marcel et Jacqueline Jacob , grand-oncle et grand-tante du garçonnet de 4 ans, retrouvé pieds et poings liés dans la Vologne. Il y a des affaires criminelles qui restent éternellement mystérieuses , comme celle datant de 1952, l'affaire Dominici , le meu...

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  • Dog in forlorn search for owner after China landslide: State media
Dog in forlorn search for owner after China landslide: State media

Another 15 people had been confirmed alive directly or through relatives, and 93 were still missing, with hopes fading of finding survivors, according to the local government's microblog. In Maoxian county itself, 37 tourists were killed when their coach was buried in a landslide caused by the 2008 natural disaster. "Just after we changed the d...

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  • Here's How Muslims Worldwide Are Celebrating Ramadan's End
Here's How Muslims Worldwide Are Celebrating Ramadan's End

The beginning and end of Ramadan , and a month in the Islamic Calendar, has traditionally been based on "hilal" sightings, which is the method mentioned in the Holy Quran and followed by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Several Muslim countries including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates, are celebrating Eid Al-Fitr on Sun...

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  • Trump and Republicans don't want Nancy Pelosi to go
Trump and Republicans don't want Nancy Pelosi to go

On Wednesday, a small group of Democrats urged Pelosi to step down as House Minority Leader, The New York Times reported . "We can do it because it's Donald Trump , but I mean, you think, what if it was John Kasich?" "This is not anything personal between me and Nancy Pelosi ", insisted Rice".

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  • Whipped cream dispenser explodes, kills popular fitness blogger
Whipped cream dispenser explodes, kills popular fitness blogger

One member of her family warned her followers on Instagram not to use the dispenser, claiming that ten of thousands of "defective devices" are still being sold, BBC reports . Her family described her death as a "domestic incident" on her Instagram account, which had 180,000 followers as of 22 June 2017. Woman's Best - a wellness and ...

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  • Handicapped group stages sit-in outside McConnell's office
Handicapped group stages sit-in outside McConnell's office

A Trumpcare opponent being carried from a sit-in outside of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office on Thursday morning after the Republicans released their draft version of a healthcare overhaul bill. Videos and photos show a disturbing scene as police dragged protesters, some of whom were in wheelchairs or using medical devices, le...

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  • New Zealand beats Oracle for third time in America's Cup
New Zealand beats Oracle for third time in America's Cup

But Emirates Team New Zealand's young helmsman Peter Burling was as phlegmatic as ever on the eve of the Cup. New Zealand are trying to expunge the bitter memory of 2013, when they led the United States 8-1 only to fall 9-8 as Oracle mounted one of the great comebacks in sports history in San Francisco .

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  • Death toll from Pakistan attacks climbs to 73
Death toll from Pakistan attacks climbs to 73

The suicide bomber blew up his explosives-laden auto near Inspector General of Police Ehsan Mehboob's office in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan province, killing at least 13 people, including seven policemen, and wounding 21 others. That attack shocked a country already grimly accustomed to atrocities, and prompted the military to intensify an o...

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  • 'No Cuts to Medicaid': Disabled Protesters Carried Away From McConnell's Office
'No Cuts to Medicaid': Disabled Protesters Carried Away From McConnell's Office

ADAPT , a disability rights organisation, staged a "die-in" outside Mr McConnell's office to protest the legislation, which would generate cuts to the Medicaid services used by many disabled individuals. Others are much more reluctant to leave and it's taking four or five officers to carry them out. The protesters were demonstrating against...

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  • Democratic Rep. Filemon Vela: Pelosi 'doesn't help our candidate
Democratic Rep. Filemon Vela: Pelosi 'doesn't help our candidate

You have a baseball team that keeps losing year after year. Pelosi insisted Democrats still have a shot at winning the majority in next year's midterm elections , saying, "The House remains in play now". As the president sent out tweet, his son Donald Trump Jr. made a decision to do the same on June 21. "We should stop talking about Trump ...

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  • Russians Targeted Election Systems in 21 States
Russians Targeted Election Systems in 21 States

Several lawmakers on the House panel pressed Johnson to explain why the Obama administration did not respond more quickly to Moscow's interference. During that hearing, Johnson reiterated that Russian President Vladimir Putin had ordered the hacking with the intent of influencing the outcome of the USA elections.

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  • Trump notes 'election meddling by Russia' while criticizing Obama
Trump notes 'election meddling by Russia' while criticizing Obama

While Trump questioned Obama's response on Saturday, his own administration is not expected to take any action against the Russians despite intelligence reports indicating Russia will try to meddle again in the US mid-term elections 2018, according to NBC News .

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  • Why do away with re-evaluation, HC asks CBSE
Why do away with re-evaluation, HC asks CBSE

CBSE also assured the court that it won't act upon the undertakings it extracted from students that they can not approach courts on account of their having obtained photocopies of the answer-sheets. The initial dates for verification was May 31 to June 5, and the application window for obtaining photocopies was from June 14 to 19. It also asked t...

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  • Le baroud d'honneur des Bleus face à l'Afrique du Sud
Le baroud d'honneur des Bleus face à l'Afrique du Sud

Q: Vous aviez vu une progression au deuxième test (15-37) par rapport au premier (14-37). "Ce soir, la progression c'est qu'à la mi-temps on tourne à sept points des Springboks (16-9), qui ont marqué d'entrée un essai franchement presque trop facile".

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  • Team USA get first point with race six win
Team USA get first point with race six win

After claiming the lead by a narrow margin, Team USA were penalised again during the third leg for not giving way to Team New Zealand. "They've obviously got speed and they've had a little edge in a lot of the maneuvers". victory in the second race of the day gave the team backed by billionaire Oracle founder Larry Ellison hope of another comebac...

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