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  • Putin tacha de ridículas las acusaciones contra Trump

    El Post informó que a algunos responsables estadounidenses les preocupaba que Trump hubiese revelado información altamente clasificada de un aliado que podría ser suficiente para permitir a los rusos identificar la fuente. Furioso, el senador republicano John McCain afirmó que se trataba de un "mensaje inquietante a los aliados" de Estados Unidos . La oposición demócrata lleva semanas pidiendo el nombramiento de un fiscal especial independiente para investigar los posibles vínculos entre la ...

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  • AUD GBP Tumbles as UK Employment at Record High

    AUD GBP Tumbles as UK Employment at Record High

    The pound hit an nearly one-week high against the dollar immediately after the data showed inflation rose more than expected, to 2.7 percent, in April, adding to headaches for Bank of England policymakers who have so far looked through this year's pick-up in price pressures bounce and kept interest rates steady.

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  • Impeachment - the 'I' word - and how it works

    According to the Times , Comey wrote in the February memo that Trump told him Flynn had done nothing wrong. Chaffetz's letter to the FBI requested that the bureau turn over all documents and recordings detailing communications between Comey and Trump.

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  • NHS cyber attack: Hospitals no longer diverting patients

    NHS cyber attack: Hospitals no longer diverting patients

    It was restoring its advertising servers at dozens of theaters after the attack left the company unable to display trailers of upcoming movies. Railway stations, mail delivery, gas stations, hospitals, office buildings, shopping malls and government services also were affected, Xinhua said, citing the Threat Intelligence Center of Qihoo 360, a Chinese internet security services company.

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  • Ransomware Illustrates Danger of Government 'Exploits'

    Experts were ascertaining whether it was the same malware virus behind the world's biggest ransomware attack. In fact, an earlier version of the program was distributed in March and April and, judging by its implementation, its creators are not very skilled.

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  • RFU CEO Ian Ritchie to retire at the end of the summer

    RFU CEO Ian Ritchie to retire at the end of the summer

    Ritchie joined the RFU after six years as chief executive of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club - home of the Wimbledon championships. Professor Keith Stokes, who led the RFU-commissioned study, admitted the figures, the result of a year-long focus on rugby-playing independent schools where accurate injury data is more readily available, were eye-catching.

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  • Volvo dejará de invertir en motores diesel

    Volvo dejará de invertir en motores diesel

    Un portavoz de Volvo Cars dijo más tarde que Samuelsson a lo que se estaba refiriendo era a opciones más que a un plan firme para detener el desarrollo de motores diésel. "Tenemos que reconocer que Tesla se las ha ingeniado para ofrecer este coche por el que la gente hace cola. En esta área también debería haber sitio para nosotros, con alta calidad y diseño atractivo", agregó Samuelsson.

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  • Donald Trump willing to 'make peace' with Pyongyang

    Donald Trump willing to 'make peace' with Pyongyang

    There could be friction between the United States and South Korea as well as the North. The South Korean Yonhap news agency quoted the envoy as saying that Trump had told him that entering Pyongyang into a peace process would take place if conditions were favorable, adding that he would not hold talks for a dialogue only with North Korea.

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  • IATA urges alternatives on devices ban

    IATA urges alternatives on devices ban

    The airline industry is urging regulators in US and Europe to reconsider a plan to expand the current ban on some electronic devices on USA -bound flights. soon. The reports say that the terrorists may not have the ability, however, to remotely detonate the explosives, and that security officials say a bomb in the cargo hold of a plane might do less damage than one in the cabin.

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  • "Tuca" y Tigres quieren quitarse la paternidad de Rayados en liguilla

    En el segundo tiempo, el técnico del Monterrey , el argentino Antonio Mohamed , apostó porque su equipo consiguiera un gol y para ello le dio entrada al colombiano Edwin Cardona y al mexicano Aldo de Nigris , pero fue el defensa argentino José María Basanta, quien encontró la anotación en el tiempo agregado.

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  • Five rises in a row for GDT auction average

    Five rises in a row for GDT auction average

    Fonterra's board meets next week to reassess the current season's $6.00/kg forecast and to decide on its opening forecast for next season. Whole milk powder prices gained 1.3 percent while skim milk powder prices grew 1 percent. "Providing Fonterra's forecast full year price range now is aimed at giving our farmers guidance so that they can plan for next season with confidence", he said.

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  • Turkey's Erdogan Calls Arming Of Kurdish YPG 'Unacceptable' In Meeting With Trump

    The Kurdish elements of the SDF, which is backed by the US-led coalition, are from the YPG, or the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), the main faction battling ISIL, also known as ISIS. Both leaders also tried gamely to put a fearless face on their differences and to renew a key alliance between NATO's leading power and its biggest Muslim member, partners in the fight against the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq.

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  • Budget's big bank levy could open the door for fintech lenders

    Budget's big bank levy could open the door for fintech lenders

    In his Budget speech, Morrison said that, until now, employers have had to contribute one or two per cent of their payroll to training foreign workers they have employed, but claimed these requirements have "proven hard to police". This comes at a cost of $2.2 billion over four years. "Unlike the previous bank deposit tax, this is specifically not a levy on pensioners' and others' ordinary deposit accounts, nor is it on home loans".

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  • Residents take stock after night of tornadoes in central US

    Residents take stock after night of tornadoes in central US

    Fitzgerald described the scene at the trailer court as "total destruction". The golf course area was the hardest hit. The tornado swept into the mobile home park in w. Forecasters warn more severe weather remains a danger for the rest of the week. Five homes were damaged, but there are no immediate reports of injuries.

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  • Democratic Lawmakers Call for Independent Commission on President Trump

    The greenback fell against other major currencies in the aftermath of allegations that Trump in February asked James Comey to end the FBI's investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Several Democrats called for an independent commission to investigate any ties between Trump and Russian Federation, but there have been mentions of impeachment in the wake of the latest allegations against Trump, including a speech by Texas Rep.

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  • DHS chief jokes to Trump

    DHS chief jokes to Trump

    The president visited the U.S. Coast Guard Academy to participate in this year's commencement exercises, joined by Gen. Kelly and a cadre of military officers. President Trump seemed to enjoy the joke as it brought a smile to both of their faces. Much of Trump's address to the graduates dealt with complaints that the media consistently fails to acknowledge his accomplishments and good intentions.

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  • Trump confirma que compartió información con Rusia

    Por su parte, el asesor de seguridad nacional , H.R. McMaster, insistió que el intercambio de información entre del mandatario con Lavrov, registrada la semana pasada, "fue totalmente apropiado". Precisó que el país aliado no había autorizado a Estados Unidos compartir con Rusia la información en cuestión, y funcionarios dijeron que con sus acciones, Trump puso en riesgo la cooperación con un aliado que tiene acceso a la operación del grupo terrorista.

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  • Frente Nacional cambiará de nombre tras perder las elecciones francesas

    Frente Nacional cambiará de nombre tras perder las elecciones francesas

    El candidato centrista Emmanuel Macron se impuso de forma contundente a la ultraderechista Marine Le Pen en la segunda vuelta de los comicios presidenciales franceses. El euro subió ayer y superó los 1.10 dólares. El joven liberal y candidato independiente obtuvo el 65% de los votos frente a la líder de la extrema derecha de Francia , quien obtuvo un 34%, según los primeros sondeos de boca de urna publicados por el canal de televisión local BMFTV y la emisora France 2.

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  • Juega al misterio: habló el Mellizo en la previa del Superclásico

    Juega al misterio: habló el Mellizo en la previa del Superclásico

    El entrenador del " Xeneize " no confirmó la formación de su equipo para el domingo, pero anticipó que, juegue quien juegue, su conjunto tendrá como misión atacar a su rival. De no mediar imprevistos, y según dejó en claro en un ejercicio táctica en el complejo Pedro Pompilio, Barros Schelotto podrá finalmente poner a los mismos jugadores dos partidos consecutivos después de más de un año al frente del equipo.

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  • Kremlin dice que tiene la transcripción de conversación entre Trump y Lavrov

    Asimismo, el líder del Kremlin afirmó que "en Estados Unidso se desarrolla una esquizofrenia política ". Altos representantes de ambos partidos estadounidenses han dicho que el tema plantea serias dudas sobre la Administración, que ya está bajo escrutinio por el despido de Trump del director del FBI, James Comey, un día antes de la reunión con Lavrov.

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  • Putin ofrece revelar grabación de diálogo Trump-Lavrov

    La información que Trump habría repasado a los rusos, supuestamente sobre esfuerzos del grupo yihadista Estado Islámico de usar laptops para colocar bombas en aviones comerciales, fue entregada por un país de Oriente Medio que "dejó muy en claro que no querían que esa información se compartiera", dijo Panetta.

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  • Putin ofrece revelar diálogo de Trump con el canciller ruso

    El mandatario restó importancia a la polémica acerca de si Trump había revelado información clasificada a Lavrov y afirmó que Estados Unidos atraviesa un período de creciente " esquizofrenia política ". Trump compartió detalles sobre la amenaza del Estado Islámico en cuanto al uso de laptops en aviones, al hablar con el canciller ruso Serguei Lavrov y el embajador ruso en Washington, Serguei Kislyak, dijo una fuente estadounidense a la AP.

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  • Putin propone revelar el contenido de la conversación entre Trump y Lavrov

    Donald Trump insistió en Twitter sobre su "derecho" a compartir informaciones sobre "terrorismo y seguridad aérea", una opinión compartida por la primera ministra británica, Theresa May. "Definitivamente habrá nerviosismo sobre qué compartir y cuándo", dijo Karin Von Hippel, directora general de RUSI, un centro de análisis sobre temas militares en Londres, aunque confió en que la situación no llegará a un fin de la colaboración.

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  • Philippines rejects European grants

    Philippines rejects European grants

    EUROPEAN aid will no longer be accepted by the Philippines , says its government after securing billions in monetary pledges from China, resulting in the loss of about EUR250 million (US$278.73 million) worth of EU grants mostly allocated to Muslim communities.

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  • Army to welcome ultra light Howitzer M777 this weekend

    Army to welcome ultra light Howitzer M777 this weekend

    The last time the army inducted a modern artillery gun was in the late 1980s, when Bofors were purchased by a Swedish company Bofors AB. The scandal had badly hit the artillery modernisation of the Indian Army as all deals for this objective were put on hold.

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  • Snapchat growth stalls in first earnings report

    Snap's shares tumbled 23 percent in after-hours trading on Wednesday to wipe some $6 billion from its market value, a humbling reversal for the company after its red-hot March initial public offering, the biggest for a U.S. Facebook, in order to not miss the trend , launched their own disappearing stories in 2017. It is Snapchat which has popularised animated AR selfie masks and facial filters.

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  • European Union hits Facebook with $123 mln fine over WhatsApp buyout

    European Union hits Facebook with $123 mln fine over WhatsApp buyout

    However, in August 2016, WhatsApp announced updates to its terms of service and privacy policy, including the possibility of linking WhatsApp users' phone numbers with Facebook users' identities the Commission said. However, the Commission said that while Facebook "committed two separate infringements by providing incorrect and misleading information in the merger notification form and in the reply to a Commission request for information" it also "acknowledged its infringement of the rules ...

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  • US sees robust jobs growth in April, with employers adding 211K

    The central bank is expected to raise interest rates when it meets again in June. The more expansive definition of unemployment, which the BLS calls U-6 and includes everyone working part time who wants full-time work, and other people marginally attached to the workforce, came in at 8.6 percent in April.

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