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  • Francia: Entre Le Pen y Macron está el próximo presidente

    Francia: Entre Le Pen y Macron está el próximo presidente

    La candidata dijo que con esta renuncia temporal al partido se siente "más libre", ya que no estará "bajo consignas de partido". "La cuenta twitter de la cadena de la televisión del ejército ruso ha tomado parte claramente el 23 de abril llamando a votar a Marine Le Pen" reportó de su lado el diario Le Figaro .

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  • Corea del norte realiza pruebas con fuego real en conmemoración del ejército

    Corea del norte realiza pruebas con fuego real en conmemoración del ejército

    Un equipo de CNN en Corea del Norte dijo que los ciudadanos en las calles de Pyongyang celebraban el Día de las Fuerzas Armadas, sin señales visibles de tensión . El senador republicano Lindsey Graham expresó el martes su optimismo de que Trump no permitirá que Corea del Norte llegue a ese punto. De momento, el Presidente chino pidió a Trump " contención ", le aseguró que China se opone al programa nuclear norcoreano, y admitió haber realizado movimientos de tropas en la región ...

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  • Judge cites Trump's comment in 'sanctuary city' ruling

    Judge cites Trump's comment in 'sanctuary city' ruling

    A Federal Judge in San Francisco , William Orrick, has blocked an order by President Donald Trump's administration to withhold funding from communities that limit cooperation with U.S. Herrera said Tuesday the court halted the overreach of the president and attorney general who don't understand the Constitution or chose to ignore it.

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  • Rodean submarinos península de Corea

    Rodean submarinos península de Corea

    Washington dice que una flotilla, liderada por el portaaviones USS Carl Vinson , está pronta a llegar a la península coreana en los próximos días, a pesar de los reportes de la semana pasada sobre su paradero. "La única manera de resolver la cuestión nuclear norcoreana lo más rápido posible y de llevar a cabo las desnuclearización de la península es que cada parte asuma su responsabilidad", dijo Xi a Trump .

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  • Redknapp named Birmingham boss; handed baptism of fire

    Redknapp named Birmingham boss; handed baptism of fire

    Birmingham sat in seventh place when the Italian arrived in December, to replace sacked boss Gary Rowett. "If we can keep them up then we can sit down and talk about moving forward". But after two wins in 24 games that have followed his appointment, the Blues are left sitting just above the relegation zone. It is not that I like quitting but I feel like this club deserves the best chance.If I feel I can't help the team it is better that I leave someone else to do that.

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  • No Joke! A Pack of Wild Boars Killed Three ISIS Terrorists

    No Joke! A Pack of Wild Boars Killed Three ISIS Terrorists

    The tribesmen had fled to the mountains when IS captured the nearby town of Hawija three years ago. "It is likely [the IS fighters'] movement disturbed a herd of wild pigs, which inhabit the area as well as the nearby cornfields", the Times quoted Sheikh Anwar al-Assi of the local Ubaid tribe that organized the anti-IS unit as saying.

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  • Comportamiento de Norcorea

    Comportamiento de Norcorea "no puede continuar": Consejero de Seguridad de Trump

    Anteriormente, fue la conflictiva relación entre Corea del Sur y Corea del Norte la que encendió las alarmas en todo el mundo ante las amenazas de Kim Jong-un de lanzar sus misiles nucleares. "El lanzamiento del misil balístico ocurrió cerca de Sinpo". Pence también quiso destacar el compromiso de su Gobierno con la alianza militar existente con Corea del Sur , país por el que tomó parte en la Guerra de Corea liderando la coalición de la ONU que luchó contra tropas norcoreanas.

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  • EU envía submarino nuclear a península de Corea

    El presidente chino , Xi Jinping , luego de sostener una conversación telefónica con su homólogo estadounidense, Donald Trump , le pidió que ejerza la " contención " ante las tensiones que protagonizan Estados Unidos y Corea del Norte , informó el Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores chino .

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  • Eva Cadena recibe dinero para AMLO

    Eva Cadena recibe dinero para AMLO

    Según el diálogo que se desarrolló al parecer el 6 de abril, la candidata se compromete a entregar personalmente el dinero a López Obrador dos días después, durante su visita a Las Choapas. Eva Felícitas Cadena Sandoval, diputada local con licencia por Morena, dio aviso a la mesa directiva del Congreso del estado que resumirá el cargo para el cual fue electa de manera inmediata.

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  • Looters will have to return the loot, PM tweets over Mallya's arrest

    Looters will have to return the loot, PM tweets over Mallya's arrest

    Mallya asserted that it was a voluntary arrest and he was let off on bail within three hours. A Metropolitan Police statement said officers from the Extradition Unit arrested Mallya on an extradition warrant from India. The process took rapid strides weeks after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, during a visit to the United Kingdom, reportedly raised with British leaders that a certain "fugitive" was overstaying in London.

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  • Nasdaq reaches 6000 for the first time

    Nasdaq reaches 6000 for the first time

    Global markets from Tokyo to Paris staged a relief rally after results from the first round of France's presidential election pointed to a swift defeat for the euroceptics. Better-than-expected profits at McDonald's and Caterpillar helped the Dow outperform other major Wall Street indexes. Gains on the S&P were broad-based.

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  • Students from Arunachal protest against China's renaming move

    Students from Arunachal protest against China's renaming move

    China on Friday defended its decision to "standardise" the names of six towns in Arunachal Pradesh, reinforcing its claims over territory which it calls South Tibet. The development is an unwarranted act on the part of the Chinese government. He criticised the country's move and said, "India has no boundary with China but with Tibet since 1914 when MacMohan, the British India representative, had signed an agreement with the Chinese representative at Shimla over the boundary".

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  • Antonio Conte: Big test passed for Chelsea in win over Southampton

    Antonio Conte: Big test passed for Chelsea in win over Southampton

    The 26-year-old has scored 14 goals and has made five assists in 30 appearances in the 2016-17 Premier League campaign to help Conte's side build a four-point lead at the top of the table. Before the FA Cup semi-final, there was some hope that momentum would be created by victory. City is fourth, just one point and one place above United.

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  • DC: Partidarios de primarias piden a Goic respetar compromisos y

    DC: Partidarios de primarias piden a Goic respetar compromisos y

    Cabe mencionar que, entre los lineamientos del partido, se encuentra las reformas a la salud, pensiones y una nueva Constitución. Para este lunes quedó fijada la reunión del Consejo Nacional de la Democracia Cristiana en la que definirán si es que apoyan o no la decisión de Carolina Goic de ir a la primera vuelta presidencial .

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  • Sukma Naxal attack a challenge, no one will be spared: Rajnath Singh

    The CRPF men were providing security for road construction, Vijay Kumar, a senior CRPF official told Reuters. "The villagers weren't carrying arms, (so) how could we fire at them", the unnamed CRPF man asked. "The country will never forget the courageous hearts who died for the nation", said the CM. "We have lost precious lives of our soldiers..." Kamboj told reporters that the panchayat of Mehar's native village has demanded that a stadium in the area be named after the martyr.

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  • Edwards Lifesciences shares surge on earnings beat, outlook

    The company reported adjusted first-quarter earnings of 94 cents a share on revenue of $883.5 million. Excluding special items, Edwards said it had adjusted earnings of 94 cents per share, topping analysts' average expectations by 12 cents, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.

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  • Australia toughens up citizenship test

    Australia toughens up citizenship test

    Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the new citizenship test would reflect Australian values instead of the current multiple-choice format. According to the department, there were 7530 visa holders working in the ICT industry by the end of 2016, making it the largest industry covered under the scheme.

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  • Voters grade President Trump as he nears 100 days in office

    That proved hard, however, with House Republicans splintering over a health care bill favored by Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan, tax reform delayed until later this year and infrastructure possibly pushed off until next year. For almost 100 days, President Donald Trump has rattled Washington and been chastened by its institutions. "I'm just hopeful that the next 100 days is much more about reaching across the aisle and bipartisan solutions and not one sided extremism".

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  • Lawmakers suggest former Trump aide Flynn broke US law

    He said that, though a final determination hasn't been made, there would be "repercussions" for any violation of the law. The committee chairman said Mr Flynn failed to comply with the law in not disclosing the payments. He was also paid for lobbying efforts that may have benefited the Turkish government . White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer accused the committee of making an "outlandish" request for Flynn's phone calls and contacts.

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  • Welcome to the biggest week of Donald Trump's presidency

    Welcome to the biggest week of Donald Trump's presidency

    But Hatch's Democratic counterpart on the tax committee, Sen. Ron Wyden of OR, the top Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee. But I think you're going to continue to see a lot of action and a lot of results going into the second 100 days, the third 100 days, all the way through'.

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  • Galaxy S8 smartphones' accounts opened on first day: Samsung

    Galaxy S8 smartphones' accounts opened on first day: Samsung

    Hong, President and CEO, Samsung Southwest Asia. The device is IP68 rated, meaning it is water and dust resistant. Samsung S8 specifications: The smartphone has a 4 GB RAM along with 64 GB ROM. If you're a big fan of the series' note taking, doodling, magnification, translation, and other super handy features, then you're not going to be appeased by the S8 Plus.

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  • HomeNewsSeveral Challenges Waiting for Sec. Sonny Perdue

    Senate Democratic leaders Chuck Schumer of NY and Dick Durbin of IL voted "yes". Overall, Perdue will be responsible for all of the U.S.'s food and farm initiatives. After a three-month long confirmation process, even most Democrats were ready to have a leader at the Department of Agriculture. Perdue's leadership at the Department of Agriculture will be particularly important as the issue of worldwide trade is debated in Congress and by the Administration.

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  • Thaad: US moves missile defence system to South Korea site

    Thaad: US moves missile defence system to South Korea site

    Following the agreement, South Korea's defense ministry was scheduled to conduct an thorough environmental impact analysis that was expected to take up to a month, or even longer, but it appears the ministry and the USA have agreed to replace that process with another study conducted on a much smaller-scale.

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  • Bomb attack hits U.S. base in eastern Afghanistan

    Bomb attack hits U.S. base in eastern Afghanistan

    Ghani had been weighing their removal since March, when Islamic State mounted an attack on a Kabul hospital that killed some 50 people, said the military official, who briefed reporters traveling with Mattis on the condition of anonymity. Some officials put the toll even higher. The attack triggered global shockwaves, with some condemning the use of Afghanistan as what they called a testing ground for the weapon, and against a militant group that is not considered as big a threat as the ...

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  • Afghan defense minister and army chief of staff resigns

    Afghan defense minister and army chief of staff resigns

    The Taliban infiltrated the Army base by disguising as members of the Afghan National Army (ANA). There are approximately 9,800 USA troops still in Afghanistan. Gunmen wearing army uniforms stormed a military compound in the Balkh. At a memorial on the Wazir Akbar Khan hilltop in Kabul on Sunday, activists pay tribute to the victims of Friday's Taliban-claimed attack on an army base.

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  • New Orleans Began Removing Confederate Statues By Cover of Night

    New Orleans Began Removing Confederate Statues By Cover of Night

    Other cities' plans to remove monuments, including those in Memphis, Tenn. and Birmingham, Ala. have been thwarted by state officials. The last time the city planned to take such monuments down a contractor's auto was fire bombed. Still, the presence of monuments dedicated to openly racist figures in history associated with the losing side of a major war in the United States are offensive to many.

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