Thursday, December 17, 2015

SNCF tests new technologies to detect … – Liberation

Fed, compensation for victims of the attacks, Marine Le Pen and Twitter, Dany Leprince … most of the news this morning

United States. The US Federal bank raises rates for the first time in a decade, whistling the end of ten years of loose monetary policy .

Attacks. Compensation for victims of the November 13 “could reach a total of € 300 million” , announced the Minister Christiane Taubira Justice in an interview with Parisien / Aujourd’hui en France .

Justice and FN. A preliminary investigation for “spreading images violent “was opened yesterday by the prosecutor of Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine) after Marine Le Pen tweeted pictures of abuses of the Islamic state. For their part, parents of US journalist James Foley, beheaded by the IU, were outraged by the publication by the FN president of a photo of his corpse, calling him to withdraw immediately.

Justice and football. Vincent Labrune, president of OM, was heard by an investigating judge to explain the club’s accounts and then placed under assisted witness status no charges were brought against him.

Justice, again. A new investigation was opened a year ago in the case of the quadruple murder of Thorigné-sur-Dué (Sarthe) in 1994, for which Dany Leprince had been serving a life sentence before being released on bail in 2012, according to Ouest-France . This new investigation was initiated following a complaint lodged by X against Robert Leprince, Dany’s father.

USA. The trial of the American police officer accused of homicide in Baltimore Freddie Gray was canceled yesterday, the jury failing to agree on a verdict. The death of this black man had caused riots in the city. The invalidity of a trial is a rare event in American Criminal Procedure. The ball is now in the court prosecutors, who may decide that William Porter agent will be retried with another jury at a later date.

Syria. In a report released yesterday, Human Rights Watch gives the eight names of victims of Bashar al-Assad and identified 29 others whose families wish to remain anonymous. The identification has notably been made possible through the clichés of “Caesar”, this photographer Syrian military police who fled in 2013, his photographs constitute “ genuine and overwhelming evidence of crimes against humanity committed in Syria “, according to NGOs.


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