2017.05.07

News Headlines - 07 May 2017

Emmanuel Macron fends off Marine le Pen to win French presidency | Metro News

He won decisively with around 65% of votes, while far right candidate Marine Le Pen secured 35%... This election was the first in almost 60 years when neither of the established leftwing and rightwing parties made it to the final.

Merkel's conservatives thump rivals in German regional vote | Reuters

Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives won a decisive victory over their Social Democrat (SPD) rivals in a vote in Germany's northern state of Schleswig-Holstein on Sunday, boosting her prospects of winning a national election in September.

PM’s mantra works wonders with voters | The Times & The Sunday Times

YouGov asked 2,066 British adults on Tuesday and yesterday how they would vote in a general election if it were held tomorrow. The poll put the Conservatives on 48 per cent, up four points on the end of last week, with Labour on 29, down two points, Lib Dems on ten, down one, and Ukip on five, down one.

US citizen detained in North Korea - CNN.com

North Korea has detained a US citizen on suspicion of "hostile acts" against the regime, the state-run Korean Central News Agency reported Sunday.

As floodwaters rise, Montreal declares state of emergency - CBC News

Across the country, thousands of Canadians are spending the weekend in a desperate struggle with rising floodwaters caused by unusually persistent rainfall.


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