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  • We Must Be Cautious Of Atletico, Ramos Warns Teammates

    Cristiano Ronaldo's first leg hat-trick ultimately proved decisive and Real will seek to become the first side to defend the trophy in the Champions League era when they face Juventus in the final in Cardiff on May 3. However, a goal from Isco shortly before half-time effectively killed the contest and Madrid saw out the second half in more comfortable fashion to progress to the final with a 4-2 aggregate win.

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  • Governor Refuses Call For Outside Investigation Into Execution, Plans Special Session

    Governor Refuses Call For Outside Investigation Into Execution, Plans Special Session

    Securing new doses of the drugs will be a challenge for Arkansas, but the state could also change the method used to execute inmates or halt them all at once. Relatives of a man killed by Williams in a crash during his 1999 escape from prison also pleaded with the governor to call off his execution. "Any amount of movement he might have had was far less than any of his victims", said Jodie Efird, one of Boren's daughters, who witnessed the execution.

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  • Post Comey's dismissal, Donald Trump seeks to mend ties with Russia

    Richard Burr and Virginia Sen. The subpoena comes after Flynn's lawyer, Robert Kelner , alerted the panel that he would not provide documents in response to their April 28 request. Flynn's attorney has not responded to CBS News requests for comment. Trump has charged a Washington , D.C. law firm to send a certified letter to Graham confirming the lack of ties, Spicer said.

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  • Atacan a policías en Reynosa; reportan 5 muertos

    Atacan a policías en Reynosa; reportan 5 muertos

    Al rededor de las 9:30 de la mañana se escucharon detonaciones de armas de fuego en las inmediaciones del Hospital Materno-Infantil, Colonia Esfuerzo Nacional, cerca de Granjas Económicas, al poniente de Reynosa y se reportaron enfrentamientos en los fraccionamientos Loma Alta, Ventura, Bugambilias y San Valentín.

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  • Trump despidió al director del FBI — Estados Unidos

    Su actuación, en plena campaña electoral, había beneficiado a Trump . El despido del director del FBI ha generado dudas Redacción Web/Diario La Verdad WASHINGTON . Richard Burr, presidente de la Comisión selecta de inteligencia del Senado, dijo que está "preocupado por el momento y el razonamiento" del despido de Comer.

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  • Mantienen 16 provincias dominicanas en alerta por prolongadas lluvias

    Mantienen 16 provincias dominicanas en alerta por prolongadas lluvias

    Las provincias en alerta amarilla son: Duarte (en especial el Bajo Yuna), Puerto Plata, Barahona y Santiago . En tanto que, para el jueves el panorama meteorológico seguirá con muy pocos cambios, habrá nubosidad dispersas durante las horas matutinas e incrementos nubosos con aguaceros hacia los sistemas montañosos al final de la tarde.

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  • El Senado tendrá una sesión especial para limitar la aplicación del 2x1

    También las pequeñas y medianas empresas (pymes) y el Movimiento de Empresarios Nacionales para el Desarrollo Argentino participarán en el acto en Plaza de Mayo . En paralelo, el fiscal federal Guillermo Marijuan imputó a los jueces de la Corte Suprema que firmaron el fallo a favor de Muiña: Elena Highton de Nolasco , Horacio Rosatti y Carlos Rosenkrantz .

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  • Native Alaskan tribes 'shocked & appalled' by Trump's Arctic drilling executive order

    Despite Trump's assertion that the nation needs to wean itself of foreign oil, USA oil imports have declined in recent years as domestic production boomed amid improved drilling techniques opening up once unreachable areas. In November, President eliminated the Arctic from that plan. "I believe that a president does not have the legal authority to do it", said UCLA's Hecht.

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  • Marion Maréchal-Le Pen to quit politics

    One person who may be as crisis-prone as Le Pen is Manuel Valls who served as prime minister under the unpopular Hollande. In her speech, the far-right leader vowed a "profound transformation" of the Front National to create "a new political force ".

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  • China boosts naval power with new aircraft carrier

    China boosts naval power with new aircraft carrier

    While Liaoning took nearly 15 years to be commissioned, the construction for the latest aircraft carrier began only in 2015. Now, China is also believed to be planning the construction of at least two and possibly four more additional carriers, with one, the Type 002, reportedly under construction at a shipyard in Shanghai.

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  • DeVos booed speaking at historically black university

    DeVos booed speaking at historically black university

    DeVos received an even more disrespectful reception when she showed up at the school Wednesday. Please remember that this particular Trump lackey totally forgot segregation existed and called Historically Black Colleges and Universities "pioneers" of the school choice movement.

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  • Sally Yates: I warned White House that Michael Flynn could be blackmailed

    Later that day, at the White House, she warned McGahn that White House officials were making statements "that we knew not to be the truth". It nevertheless took 18 days before the president, pressed by Pence and others, dismissed the retired army lieutenant general, who had advised him on security issues throughout the 2016 presidential campaign.

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  • Clashes break out just 'minutes' after Syria de-escalation deal implemented

    The de-escalation zones are the latest worldwide attempt to reduce violence in the war-ravaged country, and represent the first effort to envisage armed foreign monitors on the ground in Syria, reports The Guardian. Any military activity, including flights of aircraft, will be banned. Turkey, the third sponsor, is a major backer of opposition factions and has also sent troops into northern Syria, drawing the ire of Assad and his government.

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  • Parents of freed Nigeria schoolgirls still wait to see them

    Exactly what their motivations are remains unclear, but there is speculation they may have been radicalised, or are too ashamed to return. Billi of Ekklesiyar Yan'uwa a Nigeria (EYN, the Church of the Brethren in Nigeria) has confirmed news reports of the release of 82 of the Chibok schoolgirls who were abducted by Boko Haram in April 2014.

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  • Diputados debate un freno

    El Senado inició por la mañana una sesión de urgencia para acelerar la sanción de la ley que constitucionalistas han señalado como la vía más expedita para evitar la liberación de condenados por violaciones a los derechos humanos , tras un polémico fallo de la Corte hace una semana.

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  • Syria Kurds Say US Decision To Arm Them Will Hasten ISIS Defeat

    Syria Kurds Say US Decision To Arm Them Will Hasten ISIS Defeat

    In his earlier meeting with Lavrov, Tillerson emphasized the USA wouldn't lift sanctions on Russian Federation related to Ukraine until Moscow reverses the actions that triggered the punishment - namely, its Crimea annexation. "While the [Turkish] preparatory delegation is still there [in the U.S.], the US has declared that they will give heavy arms to YPG ..." The YPG militia praised the US' decision, stating that it would boost the group's capability to " fight terrorism ".

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  • DOJ holds news conference on Alton Sterling investigation

    DOJ holds news conference on Alton Sterling investigation

    Landry warned that a state investigation into the actions of the officers, which was delayed to allow the federal probe to proceed, "could take a considerable amount of time ". The 15-year-old honor roll student was leaving a house party in Balch Springs, Texas, when he was shot and killed by an officer responding to a call about "drunk teens".

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  • PM congratulates new president of South Korea

    Moon said he would "solve the current security challenges" and was willing to visit Pyongyang under "the right conditions". President Tony Tan Keng Yam and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong have written to South Korea President Moon Jae In to convey their congratulations on his victory in Tuesday's election, according to a press statement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs .

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  • Pence: Comey's firing wasn't due to Russian Federation probe

    Trump's letter firing Comey inserted his defiant and defensive spin that Comey had told him three times he is not under investigation. Comey had been unpopular on both ends of the political spectrum prior to Trump's decision. There were immediate questions about whether the action was triggered by Comey's role in investigating Russian meddling in last year's election - and into whether there were links between Trump campaign associates and the Kremlin.

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  • Under right conditions will visit Pyongyang: S.Korea's Moon

    New South Korean President Moon Jae-In on Wednesday declared his willingness to visit the nuclear-armed North, moments after taking his oath of office. Veteran liberal politician Lee Nak-yon was nominated to serve as prime minister. Facing criticism from the right that his party is anti-American, Moon has played up Trump's apparent willingness to meet with Kim, saying he is on the "same page" as the United States leader.

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  • U.S. decision to arm Syrian Kurds a threat, says Turkey

    The Kurdish Peoples' Protection Units (YPG ) militia applauded a "historic" move that would speed up the defeat of Islamic State (IS) extremists but the issue risks stoking tensions between the two North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies ahead of Erdogan's critical visit to Washington.

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  • S.Korea's new president says willing to visit rival N.Korea

    Hours after being sworn into office following his victory in Tuesday's presidential election, Moon announced the nomination at a press briefing held at the Blue House presidential office. Moon advocates a less confrontational policy. It was the first such "track two" dialogue between the US and North Korea since Trump took office. Since 2008, photographer Eric Lafforgue ventured to North Korea six times.

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  • Asia Minute: President Trump Invites Philippine President Duterte to White House

    Xi and Duterte spoke for about 26 minutes, a source at the Philippine president's office told Reuters, and exchanged views about regional developments and how some concerns could be addressed. Duterte, who said Trump had also invited him to visit NY or Washington during a December 2 phone call, has also said he's open to joint military exercises between the Philippines and China.

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  • Trump says 'major, major conflict' with North Korea possible

    Reacting to the launch, US President Donald Trump said on Twitter that North Korea had "disrespected the wishes of China". Donald Trump thinks Chinese President Xi Jinping is "putting pressure" on North Korea, the United States president said in an interview to air Sunday, as tensions mount over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs.

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  • What does council vote tell us about general election?

    However, the SNP dismissed the data as "spin" and said it suggested the Tories were taking voters for granted. In four constituencies - Midlothian, Airdrie and Shotts, Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath, and Glasgow South West - Labour was within one percentage point of the SNP in the top-ranked candidate votes in last Thursday's local government elections.

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  • Former White House Advisor Says She Warned Against Flynn

    Earlier in the day, Graham said in an interview with CNN that he wanted to learn more about Trump's business relationships after former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper declined to comment when asked Monday during a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism hearing if he had any "broader" concerns about them.

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  • Administration names likely judge nominees

    The nominees build on Trump's success in getting another appeals court judge, Neil Gorsuch, confirmed to the Supreme Court just weeks ago, said Carrie Severino , chief counsel for the Judicial Crisis Network, who posted brief biographies of each of Monday's nominees on National Review's website.

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