• VENEZUELA: Venezuela inició oficialmente su retiro de la OEA

    VENEZUELA: Venezuela inició oficialmente su retiro de la OEA

    El Gobierno Nacional toma esta decisión luego de que se aprobara en la OEA la convocatoria de una reunión de cancilleres sobre la crisis política del país pese a su oposición frontal a esa sesión . "El pueblo de Venezuela está celebrando la noticia de la salida de la OEA ", dijo la canciller y denunció que el bloque es "un espacio que ha sido instrumentalizado por el país hegemón para someter" a otras naciones.

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  • Moon Jae-in sworn in as president of South Korea

    Centrist Ahn Cheol-soo was third with 21.5 percent. The victor needs a plurality of votes. "I again offer him words of comfort", Moon said during his visit to the conservative party, whose candidate Hong placed second. The caretaker administration which took over after Park's impeachment accelerated the THAAD roll-out, despite widespread criticism from Moon and others on the left, who have argued its deployment should be contingent on a vote in the country's National Assembly.

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  • El Senado convirtió en ley los límites al 2x1

    Y precisa, además, que el beneficio del 2x1 " será aplicable solamente a aquellos casos en los que el condenado hubiere estado privado de su libertad en forma preventiva durante el período comprendido entre la entrada en vigencia (1994) y la derogación (2001) de aquella ley ".

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  • Obama anuncia apoyo a la candidatura de Emmanuel Macron

    A cuatro días de los comicios, esa cita fue la última oportunidad de Macron y Le Pen de confrontar sus planes radicalmente antagónicos sobre economía, inmigración e integración europea, con los que pretenden enderezar una Francia en crisis frente a la mundialización.

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  • Sergei Lavrov, Russian foreign minister, jokes about Comey firing

    Sergei Lavrov, Russian foreign minister, jokes about Comey firing

    The President further emphasized his desire to build a better relationship between the United States and Russian Federation. Less than a month into Trump's presidency, he fired his national security adviser, Michael Flynn, saying Flynn misled senior administration officials about his pre-inauguration talks with Kislyak.

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  • White House: Trump will reinforce strong alliance, talk peace on Israel trip

    White House: Trump will reinforce strong alliance, talk peace on Israel trip

    Leaders of the Muslim world will convene to meet with Trump , who warmed to Middle Eastern diplomacy after successful visits from King Abdullah of Jordan and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al Sissi. Saudi Arabia has been a key and long-term ally of the USA but the decision to make Riyadh Trump's first destination as president has been described as "unorthodox".

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  • Macron se impone con 66.10% de los votos sobre Le Pen

    Macron se impone con 66.10% de los votos sobre Le Pen

    Lograrlo, sin embargo, no será tan fácil para alguien que nunca antes se había postulado para un cargo político y para su nuevo movimiento La Republique En Marche (La República En Marcha ). En Francia es un día feriado. El próximo presidente tenía previsto hacer una comparecencia el lunes junto al mandatario saliente, François Hollande, en un acto de conmemoración del final de la II Guerra Mundial.

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  • Victor Moses Chelsea wing-back thanks Conte for reviving his career

    In total, Moses has made 37 appearances for Chelsea this season and has been hugely influential in their fantastic run in the Premier League and FA Cup- where they are already in the final to play Arsenal later in May. It was at Hull that it all started. "I kept watching the video of myself after the Hull game, to make sure I was in the right place, and after that I took it in and kept on improving".

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  • Trump on Comey firing: 'They will be thanking me'

    The President also tweeted out a link shared by Drudge Report on "10 scandals" under Comey's watch. Trump on Wednesday told reporters he fired Comey "because he wasn't doing a good job". Comey reportedly asked for additional funding for the Russian investigation, according to Manchin who said Wednesday the Senate will continue with its investigation into the issue, but a special prosecutor is necessary to ensure public trust.

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  • Won't dwell on sacking, will be fine: FBI's Comey in farewell letter

    Won't dwell on sacking, will be fine: FBI's Comey in farewell letter

    Rosenstein did sign the memo pinning Comey's termination on the ousted Federal Bureau of Investigation director's conduct in the probe into Hillary Clinton's handling of classified information previous year. The Justice Department denied the reports . Also on Wednesday , Vice President Mike Pence said President Donald Trump "made the right decision at the right time " with Tuesday's announcement that he fired Comey.

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  • Kapil Mishra on hunger strike, demands details of foreign tours'

    Sacked Delhi minister Kapil Mishra, who is sitting on a hunger strike seeking details of funding of Aam Aadmi Party leaders' foreign tours, was today allegedly attacked by a purported AAP volunteer. Rejecting the BJP's demand for Kejriwal's resignation, Singh said that "severe" allegations of corruption were made against Finance Minister Arun Jaitley by suspended BJP member Kirti Azad, but nothing happened.

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  • Korea's leader willing to visit North, talk to US, China

    Korea's leader willing to visit North, talk to US, China

    Moon Jae-In (L), presidential candidate of the Democratic Party of Korea (The Minjoo Party of Korea), with his wife Kim Jung-sook, reacts after hearing exit polls results at temporarily party headquarters at the National Assembly in Seoul, South Korea , 09 May 2017.

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  • Definen horarios de la Liguilla

    Definen horarios de la Liguilla

    Los argentinos Gabriel Hauche y Enrique Luis Triverio , el colombiano Fernando Uribe y el mexicano Carlos Esquivel marcaron los goles con los que el Toluca goleó este miércoles como visitante por 1-4 al Santos Laguna en la ida de los cuartos de final del Clausura mexicano con lo que prácticamente puso un pie en las semifinales.

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  • Lula declaró ante el juez Moro y aseguró su inocencia

    Lula, de 71 años, responderá los cuestionamientos del juez Moro, de 44, sobre un caso que investiga si recibió un tríplex de lujo en un balneario de Sao Paulo de manos de la constructora OAS , sumergida en el escándalo Petrobras , a cambio de " ventajas indebidas ".

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  • Relative Calm Reported In Syria Safe Zones After Deal Comes Into Force

    The Observatory said government and allied forces had managed to take a number of points in al-Zalakiyat, and rebel forces had returned fire and also shelled the government-held town of Halfiya. But he stressed that Russia's air force would continue striking militants from the Islamic State (IS) group elsewhere in Syria. Russia, Turkey and Iran will form a joint working group on de-escalation which will particularly determine the borders of the de-escalation zones and safe areas.

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  • Tierra del Fuego también se moviliza contra el 2 x 1

    La diputada nacional Elisa Carrió (Coalición Cívica-ARI) justificó hoy el fallo por el cual los miembros de la Corte Suprema de Justicia aplicaron el beneficio de la ley del 2 x 1 en caso de un condenado por delito de lesa humanidad y responsabilizó al Congreso por el dictamen a la vez que advirtió: "la justicia no es venganza".

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  • Tutor shares eyewitness account of North Lake College shooting

    A separate post on the micro-blogging website added, "We have what appears to be one victim deceased [and] the shooter has committed suicide". North Lake College is a two-year school in the Dallas suburb of Irving. Another student, Dani, reported to NBC 5, that she had just arrived on campus and was walking down stairs near the art gallery when she heard loud pops.

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  • White House says Trump pressed envoy on Syria

    Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said Comey's firing should not affect relations between Russian Federation and the US. Trump recently described relations as being at an "all-time low". Lavrov says that's especially true regarding a zone in Syria's south, near the border with Jordan and Israel. But Lavrov says the countries must work out who will control security around the safe zones.

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  • Flynn associates subpoenaed in Russia probe

    Flynn associates subpoenaed in Russia probe

    Yates repeatedly declined to discuss details of the investigation in a public forum. A former U.S. deputy attorney general, Sally Yates, is expected to tell a Senate Judiciary subcommittee later on Monday that she had warned the White House counsel after Mr Trump took office that Mr Flynn had not told the truth about conversations he had held with Russia's ambassador to Washington.

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  • North Korea `test-fires missile from western region´

    It is unclear how successful the program has been, because it is nearly impossible to tell whether any individual launch failed because of sabotage, faulty engineering or bad luck. But condemnations and sanctions resolutions since 2006, when North Korea conducted its first nuclear test, have done little to impede its push for ballistic missiles and nuclear arms.

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  • Michael Flynn's Questionable Conduct, and Trump's

    Connecticut Sen. Richard Blumenthal, one of the Senate's most staunchly liberal members, took Yates on a winding line of questioning that ended with Trump possibly appearing on the witness stand in a hypothetical court trial against Flynn. "But again, I'm not going to get into needling every little point about what happened". "Senator Graham, I can't comment on that because that impacts an investigation", Clapper said.

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  • Campesinos venezolanos unen sus voces en favor de Constituyente

    También detalló que "exigimos que se convoque cuanto antes las elecciones pendientes regionales, municipales y presidenciales". El ex candidato presidencial y gobernador del estado Miranda, Henrique Capriles, encabezó el grupo que se dirigió hasta la autopista Francisco Fajardo, la principal arteria vial de la ciudad, e intentó sin éxito mediar con los miembros de seguridad para que les permitieran el paso.

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