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  • Al menos 37 muertos en combates en la República Centroafricana

    Al menos 37 muertos en combates en la República Centroafricana

    Tres de los cuatro cascos azules que fueron reportados como desaparecidos han sido encontrados muertos. "Trasladamos nuestras condolencias a su familia y al pueblo y al gobierno de Marruecos", declaró el portavoz de la ONU, Stéphane Dujarric, a la prensa en la sede de Naciones Unidas, en Nueva York.

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  • Ransomware cyber attack hits Telefonica, other Spanish firms

    Telecoms giant Telefonica said in a statement that it was aware of a " cybersecurity incident " but that clients and services had not been affected. A ransomware virus is reported to be spreading aggressively around the globe, with over 50,000 computers having been targeted.

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  • La prensa inglesa asegura que Alexis Sánchez prefiere ir a Bayern Munich

    De esa forma el diario inglés Metro sorprendió para asegurar que el delantero chileno de Arsenal se inclinará por fichar en el cuadro alemán de su compatriota Arturo Vidal de cara a la próxima temporada. En tanto, el medio británico Daily Star sostuvo que " el jugador de 28 años siente que unirse al gigante alemán le dará una mejor oportunidad de ganar trofeos y más dinero ".

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  • Pop sensation Justin Bieber enthralls Mumbai stadium at his concert

    The report also states that he didn't end up attending the concert after seeing the crowd at DY Patil Stadium. His message was followed by I'll Show You , a track from the critically-acclaimed album. "All dressed up for nothing. Ha ha ha", she posted on Instagram with one image of herself ready for the concert. Still it's always fun with you my love.

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  • Subastan los famosos candados del amor en París

    Para la subasta se escogieron, sin embargo, solo aquellas partes que se podían aprovechar. Y de esas solo unas pocas están expuestas hasta el sábado. De acuerdo con los datos divulgados, los beneficios de la subasta serán para las organizaciones Emmaüs Solidarité, Solipam, y Armée du Salut . Belcour-Cordelier afirmó además que esas cifras son solo orientativas y apreció que las ganancias pueden ser mayores, pues se trata de "la primera subasta de este tipo en todo el mundo" .

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  • Se extiende negociación entre el gobierno y Alicia Kirchner

    Se extiende negociación entre el gobierno y Alicia Kirchner

    Frigerio manifestó que la resolución del conflicto social en Santa Cruz "depende más de la Provincia" que de la Nación y ponderó que "el diálogo es la condición necesaria para empezar a resolver este problema", al dialogar con periodistas acreditados antes de cerrar un congreso sobre transparencia institucional.

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  • Virginia health officials investigate rare human rabies case

    Virginia health officials investigate rare human rabies case

    The Department of Health says it does not plan release any more information about the patient. Human-to-human rabies transmission cases are very rare and the only documented cases have occurred via organ transplantation. The last time Virginia reported a human rabies case was in 2009. No additional information is being released about the individual in order to protect their privacy.

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  • 12 de mayo Día Internacional de la Enfermería

    Florencia Nighingale, nació el 12 de mayo de 1820 , en Florencia, Italia , pero se crió en el Reino Unido . Según la historia, Florence Nightingale era popularmente conocida como "la dama de la lámpara ", cuando realizaba rondas nocturnas para ayudar a los heridos durante la Guerra de Crimea en una base hospitalaria inglesa.

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  • Roban manuscrito de precuela de Harry Potter en Birmingham

    Roban manuscrito de precuela de Harry Potter en Birmingham

    Esta precuela la escribió en 2008 sobre una hoja de tamaño A5 como parte de un evento benéfico de la librería Waterstone. El robo ocurrió a mediados de abril, por lo que la policía inglesa ha rogado a los fans de Harry Potter de todo el mundo que les avisen si obtienen cualquier información al respecto.

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  • El presidente electo tendrá su primera actividad luego del triunfo

    Además, dos certezas: los partidos que gobernaron la V República (la derecha gaullista, mudando denominaciones en el tiempo , y el partido socialista) han terminado su ciclo y necesitan reinventarse en un escenario dominado por los extremos y un poder aún indefinido, el del socioliberalismo de ¡En Marcha! , el partido que hace un año creó Macron para promover su candidatura.

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  • Celebrating Nurses on International Nurses Day

    Celebrating Nurses on International Nurses Day

    It is a week of special recognition activities for the hard work and dedication health care teams demonstrate every day. "I tip my hat to our longest serving staff members and their colleagues who continue to help us make this City work for the benefit of all who pass through the clinic doors", Smith said.

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  • Analysts rated Synthetic Biologics Inc. (SYN) as Buy

    The company beat the analyst EPS Estimate with the difference of $0.05. Analysts expect Synthetic Biologics to post earnings of ($0.07) per share for the quarter. Including today's unusual volume, Synthetic Biologics, Inc.'s stock is performing at -44.39% on the year. 01/12/2017 - Synthetic Biologics, Inc had its " rating reiterated by analysts at FBR Capital Markets.

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  • Head of NYC jails to resign after flap over ethical lapses

    Head of NYC jails to resign after flap over ethical lapses

    City investigators found he took his city auto out of town for 90 days previous year, much of that in Maine. He did not return for an escape, an inmate death, the on-duty death of a DOC staffer, or a rash of knifings. At a news conference Thursday, de Blasio said that while he has great respect for the City Council speaker, he will continue to defend Ponte. "He has my confidence", the mayor said on WNYC's "Brian Lehrer Show" Thursday.

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  • Mark Dayton vows veto on bill limiting cities' labor laws

    Mark Dayton vows veto on bill limiting cities' labor laws

    It's not clear what would happen if the provision ended up embedded in a larger two-year budget bill that came out to Dayton's liking. Mark Dayton and GOP leaders. That's the deadline to have a budget agreement in place to avoid a shutdown. Among the many remaining differences is more than $470 million in cuts to health care program services in the GOP's budget.

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  • Endocyte, Inc. (ECYT) Posts Quarterly Earnings Results, Beats Expectations By $0.01 EPS

    Vanguard Group Inc is the second biggest holder with 1 million shares now valued at 3.79 million whilst BlackRock Fund Advisors has 1 million shares valued at 3.26 million. Endocyte has a one year low of $1.98 and a one year high of $4.15. ILLEGAL ACTIVITY NOTICE: "Zacks: Brokerages Anticipate Endocyte, Inc . (ECYT) Stock Price Up 1.2% on Better-Than-Expected Earnings" was first published by Sports Perspectives and is the property of of Sports Perspectives.

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  • Kurdos sirios alaban decisión de EEUU de entregarles armas

    Kurdos sirios alaban decisión de EEUU de entregarles armas

    El plan fue aprobado a pesar de las enérgicas objeciones del gobierno turco que considera terroristas a los combatientes kurdos. "Cada arma que llega a sus manos es una amenaza hacia Turquía", dijo Mevlut Cavusoglu en declaraciones televisadas en vivo durante una visita a Montenegro el miércoles.

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  • New Hamas chief backs hunger-striking prisoners

    Haniya, who was chosen by the party as its new leader on Saturday, said the Islamist movement stood with the hundreds of prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails. they want to use their state to destroy our state'. These steps started with the deduction of 30 percent of the salaries of its 60,000 employees, who were dismissed from work in the Gaza Strip, followed by demanding that Israel stop providing electricity to Gaza , for which the PA is paying.

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  • Mochi ice cream sold at Trader Joe's recalled by Mikawaya

    Mochi ice cream sold at Trader Joe's recalled by Mikawaya

    Peanuts are not listed as an ingredient on the boxes of Japanese-style ice cream desert with a coating of pounded sticky rice. No other Mikawaya Brand products besides this specific lot of Chocolate Chocolate Mochi Ice Cream are affected by this voluntary recall.

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  • Indemnizarán a joven que fue infectado con VIH en el IMSS

    Indemnizarán a joven que fue infectado con VIH en el IMSS

    El caso resultó hace ocho años en la recomendación 42/2009 de la Comisión Nacional de los Derechos Humanos (CNDH), que el IMSS aceptó, pero con una indemnización de sólo 1.3 millones de pesos, que el Tribunal Federal de Justicia Administrativa incrementó a 3.7 millones cuando revisó el asunto en primera instancia en 2014.

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  • Cinco de Mayo gets political with Trump supporters bashed

    Cinco de Mayo gets political with Trump supporters bashed

    Rather, Cinco de Mayo commemorates a battle victory that became a symbol of Mexican resistance to foreign powers. But it's been a year, and now Trump has significantly altered Cinco de Mayo . Others worry that parties could take a cruel spin, with revelers, emboldened by Trump's crackdown, mocking and even attacking Mexicans. The party sparked an investigation and a campus protest, reports said.

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  • Congo reports a single confirmed case of Ebola, UN says

    In a statement on its Twitter account, the United Nations health agency says Congo notified it and their partners of the case on Thursday. The WHO's Congo spokesman Eric Kabambi told Reuters: "It is in a very remote zone, very forested, so we are a little lucky".

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  • Checkatrade Trophy: Under-21 teams to remain in revised competition

    Checkatrade Trophy: Under-21 teams to remain in revised competition

    The EFL member clubs have voted to keep the Checkatrade Trophy as it was in the 2016/17 season. We won the competition with what was primarily a young team. Those clubs will still have to field four "qualifying" outfield players in their starting line-up. U21 sides will also play their games away from home.

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  • North Korea reports on South's presidential election

    After bowing to the former presidents, independence fighters and war heroes, Moon wrote in a visitor book: "A country worth being proud of; a strong and reliable president!" Regional experts have believed for months that North Korea was preparing for its sixth nuclear test and was working to develop a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the United States , presenting US President Donald Trump with perhaps his most pressing security issue.

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  • Hezbollah blames Israel for 'breach' after Lebanese receive anti-Nasrallah texts

    Hezbollah blames Israel for 'breach' after Lebanese receive anti-Nasrallah texts

    Nasrallah also stressed that no disagreement exists between Hezbollah, Iran and Russian Federation concerning the implementation of a nationwide ceasefire in war-ravaged Syria. The minister urged the Americans to impose additional sanctions on both Iran and Hezbollah, who is creating their own weapons with the aid they receive from Tehran, in order to weaken the terror group and prevent a situation in which Israel would have to attack Lebanon should the group decide to attack Israel.

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  • N/Korea accuses USA of plot to assassinate president

    North Korea's main secret police agency on Friday accused us and South Korean intelligence agents of a failed but elaborate plot to assassinate the isolated nation's leader Kim Jong-un with "biochemical" and "nano poisonous substances". In an announcement published by the country's state media, the country's security ministry said: 'We will ferret out and mercilessly destroy to the last one the terrorists of the U.S.

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  • Investigación sobre espionaje ruso incierto tras despido de jefe de FBI

    Investigación sobre espionaje ruso incierto tras despido de jefe de FBI

    Oficiales de la Casa Blanca aseguraron que Comey se negó a revelar de antemano a los asesores del presidente estadounidense un testimonio que debió presentar ante el Senado hace una semana, hecho que tanto el magnate como su equipo interpretaron como un acto de insubordinación, lo que causó el despido del exdirector.

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