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  • Trump llegó a Arabia en su primera salida internacional

    Trump llegó a Arabia en su primera salida internacional

    La visita del presidente de Estados Unidos a Arabia Saudita representa “un punto de inflexión en la relación entre EE.UU. y el mundo islámico”, afirmó Jubeir, elogiando el número de acuerdos comerciales y militares que fueron firmados, incluyendo un acuerdo de compra de armas por cien mil millones de dólares que entrará en vigencia inmediatamente y algunos acuerdos en el sector privado.

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  • Temer: 'audio fue manipulado, suspendan la investigación'

    En el audio divulgado, Temer habría dado el aval para que Joelsey Batista, propietario del gigante de la carne JBS, continúe comprando el silencio del ex diputado Eduardo Cunha , correligionario de Temer y ahora encarcelado en el marco de la megacausa de corrupción conocida como "Lava Jato" ("Lavado de autos").

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  • Amenazan de muerte a contralor por informe de Chinchero

    Amenazan de muerte a contralor por informe de Chinchero

    La Dirección General de Inteligencia del Ministerio del Interior (Digimin) investiga el origen, identidad y veracidad de las amenazas recibidas por el contralor de la República. El próximo lunes 22 de mayo, Contraloría emitirá un informe de auditoría sobre la cuestionada adenda que modificó el contrato del proyecto de Chinchero.

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  • Michel Temer bajo investigación de la Fiscalía de Brasil

    Las declaraciones de Batista a la PGR detallan que solo en 2010 entregó a Temer más de tres millones de reales (alrededor de un millón de dólares). Por su parte, Temer adoptará una serie de medidas jurídicas para su defensa, entre las cuales se valora procesar al propietario de JBS , según dijo la televisora Globo News.

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  • Sin cuenta pública: Presidenta Bachelet encabezó conmemoración por Glorias Navales

    Sin cuenta pública: Presidenta Bachelet encabezó conmemoración por Glorias Navales

    La ceremonia de conmemoración de las Glorias Navales fue un ejercicio que no fue empañado por manifestaciones luego de que la Cuenta Pública que entregaba cada año el Presidente de turno, fuese cambiado para el próximo 1 de junio. Brasil, Blanco y Av. Bachelet pasó revista a las tropas en la Plaza Sotomayor, donde se ubica el monumento y la cripta con los restos de los héroes del Combate Naval de Iquique.

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  • Iglesia perdona a agresor de sacerdote y pide justicia

    Iglesia perdona a agresor de sacerdote y pide justicia

    En su homilía, agradeció a las autoridades de seguridad locales, la prontitud y el trabajo extraordinario realizado para apoyar al sacerdote, porque "sin eso, difícilmente hubiera salvado su vida". "El peligro está en no creer en la promesa de Jesús, en creer que nosotros somos quienes edificamos la Iglesia, que somos nosotros quienes harán crecer la Iglesia y entonces nos dejamos caer en las palabras de los poderosos", concluyó.

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  • Trump called ex-FBI director a 'nut job' in comments to Russians

    Trump called ex-FBI director a 'nut job' in comments to Russians

    The president who fired him is trying to put a politician into his shoes. Contacted by the Times , White House press secretary Sean Spice did not deny Trump had made the statements, saying Comey's "grandstanding and politicizing" of the Russian Federation probe had put "unnecessary pressure on our ability to engage and negotiate with Russian Federation".

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  • Este será el orden de los candidatos presidenciales que participarán en primarias

    Este será el orden de los candidatos presidenciales que participarán en primarias

    En esa línea, agregó que "si hablamos de gobernabilidad, qué nos muestra la Nueva Mayoría hoy día, un gobierno desplomado en todas las mediciones desde hace harto tiempo, sin capacidad de ponerse de acuerdo". Lo que nosotros buscamos, y por eso lo diseñamos y lo planteamos como una Hoja de Ruta, es avanzar en hacer cambios pero ir pavimentando un camino para esos cambios".

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  • White House official subject of Russia probe

    White House official subject of Russia probe

    In a White House meeting earlier this month, President Donald Trump told the Russian ambassador to the United States that his abrupt firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey was going to remove a "great pressure" on his ability to do his job.

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  • Ataque talibán deja al menos 20 muertos

    Ataque talibán deja al menos 20 muertos

    Los talibanes atacaron en la noche de este sábado varios puestos de control de la Policía en tres puntos diferentes de la provincia de Zabul, en un intento por controlar esas áreas, pero recibieron respuesta de las fuerzas de seguridad afganas.

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  • WH Official: NYT, WaPo Reports Are 'Coordinated Attack' on Trump

    Russian Federation has denied U.S. intelligence agencies' conclusion that it interfered in the election campaign to try to tilt the vote in Mr Trump's favour. In the memo, Rosenstein recommended that Comey be replaced, in part because of his handling of the investigation into ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails.

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  • Kawhi Leonard will play in Game 1 vs

    The Spurs meet the Warriors in game one of the Conference finals on Sunday. San Antonio will enter the matchup as a heavy underdog, and by the end of the series, we will find out exactly how big the gap is between the NBA's two best teams.

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  • Budget 2017: Banks and government at war over 'lazy' banking levy

    The budget deficit has widened to $37.6 billion for 2016/17 from the $36.5 billion estimated in the mid-year update. "This budget will be committed to fairness, opportunity and security, ensuring that Australians are given the opportunity to get ahead, the economic growth that enables them to get ahead, to get a better job, a better-paying job, to start a business, grow a business, to realize their dreams", Turnbull told reporters.

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  • Timeline: Michael Flynn's secret work for Turkey

    Timeline: Michael Flynn's secret work for Turkey

    The Kremlin is growing increasingly unhappy at being in the center of US political storms that threaten to knock President Donald Trump off course. "The war against him will go on until the last bullet", Morozov said. So, what makes Flynn different? Officials say Trump has remained resolute in defending Flynn even though aides, including White House Counsel Don McGahn, have reminded Trump of the Russian Federation investigation and other problems.

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  • "WannaCry" Ransomware Attack Causes Disruption Globally - with the worst yet to come

    Mr Hunt has come under fire for failing to appear in public since the attack, which hit 47 trusts in England and 13 Scottish health boards. This prevented access to records and caused chaos throughout the NHS. Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron said Conservative cutbacks had put people at risk. Opinion polls show the NHS is the issue voters care most about, ahead even of Britain's exit from the European Union and the economy, before the June 8 national election.

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  • Trump administration sanctions Venezuela Supreme Court

    The court dissolved the democratically elected National Assembly, allowing Maduro to rule by executive authority, a move it later reversed. Public transportation was shut down, the state's agricultural industry — a critical provider of Venezuela's fruits and vegetables — paralyzed and people worriedly lined up at ATMs to withdraw cash.

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  • Continúa contingencia ambiental; Miércoles aplica doble "Hoy no Circula"

    De igual forma, los automotores destinados al servicio de transporte de carga con placa federal o local deberán acatar la restricción a la circulación de las 06:00 a las 10:00 horas. El funcionario afirmó que con la activación de la fase 1 de la contingencia ambiental , que se establece a partir de que se detectan 150 puntos Imeca en el aire, se han sacado de circulación un poco más de 1.5 millones de automóviles.

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  • "Dual 13MP camera, 5.3" QHD display, Snapdragon 835

    Additionally, we can make out some other details of the smartphone from the image provided by the publication. Still, fans anxious to learn more about the first Nokia flagship in a long while will be pleased to know that the first hands-on pictures of the phone have just emerged online.

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  • 2 in U.S. court over Washington protest fight

    The incident happened in front of the Turkish ambassador's residence. The White House hasn't commented on the altercation, but President Trump has been criticized for his positive comments on foreign leaders, like Erdogan, who have been criticized for their records on political freedom and human rights.

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  • Comey agrees to testify in Senate

    This followed more disclosures, including the President's own admission to Russian officials that he fired the FBI Director to relieve the pressure on himself because of Comey's investigations into the Russia issue, alleged ties that Trump says are false.

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  • Chaffetz Mum On His Post-Congress Plans

    He told reporters Thursday from his home in a southern Salt Lake City suburb that he still has not seen the Comey memo or spoken with the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director. But Trump complicated Chaffetz's life. On Thursday, Chaffetz announced he was stepping down from Congress, effective June 30. Chaffetz breezed through his re-election battles and ascended to chairmanship of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee in 2015, a position that set him on a fast track ...

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  • NSA warned Microsoft about vulnerability connected to 'Wanna Cry'

    NSA warned Microsoft about vulnerability connected to 'Wanna Cry'

    Microsoft is blaming the US government. Once active, it could then deliver the payload to computers on the same network and randomly probe the internet for additional vulnerable machines. Microsoft had recently issued a patch to fix the flaw, but many computers had not been updated. Microsoft should know that there are people, small businesses, schools and hospitals that still use older version of Windows, such as XP (which came out in 2001).

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