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  • Aaron Hernandez had

    Aaron Hernandez had "John 3:16" written on his forehead

    The appeal was still pending throughout Hernandez's second murder trial this year, for the 2012 deaths of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado, which ended last week in a not guilty verdict. Hernandez received the life sentence back in 2015. Prosecutors said he gunned them down after one of them accidentally spilled a drink on him in a nightclub.

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  • EU anuncio golpe de Estado: Maduro

    EU anuncio golpe de Estado: Maduro

    El jefe de Estado, también declaró que en Venezuela lo que se quiere es prosperidad, salud, educación y viviendas, e informó que este jueves 20, el país será decretado como territorio Barrio Adentro 100% Cobertura Total, cumpliendo con la meta estipulada por el Gobierno Nacional.

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  • Delhi Police issues look out notice against Dinakaran

    Delhi Police issues look out notice against Dinakaran

    Subsequently, Panneerselvam was shown the door by party top brass. In the Tamil Nadu assembly, Sasikala faction earlier enjoyed the support of 122 MLAs and Panneerselvam 12. "The E Palanisami faction has taken the right decision in expelling them", he said. "People are supporting our party and 50 percent vote bank is with us", Thambidurai told ANI.

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo le dio el pase al Real Madrid

    Un robo así no se puede dar en una competición como la Champions ", criticó anoche el chileno Arturo Vidal, expulsado tras ver una segunda amarilla por una entrada a Marco Asensio . A los 3 del segundo tiempo suplementario Cristiano Ronaldo marcaba otra vez. Gol a gol, el de Madeira sigue escribiendo las páginas de su leyenda , la de una delantero trabajador y convencido de su destino excepcional.

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  • Hoy primera audiencia de Javier Duarte en Guatemala

    Un oficial de seguridad del Organismo Judicial sometió a Duarte a una inspección manual de pies a cabeza y a que se quitara sus zapatillas, para verificar que tampoco ingresara con algún instrumento ilícito oculto. Alrededor de las 13:35 horas, llegó al Tribunal Quinto de Sentencia Penal, en donde se llevará a cabo su audiencia pública y se le harán saber los cargos que se le imputan.

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  • Maduro rechaza advertencia de EE.UU. y activa plan contra marcha

    La Oficina del alto comisionado de Naciones Unidas para los Derechos Humanos advirtió hoy al Gobierno de Nicolás Maduro que la entrega de armas a civiles sólo exacerbará la tensión y el conflicto en Venezuela. "Vamos a enfrentar y vamos a derrotar este golpe con toda la firmeza constitucional que me dan las leyes y que me da el pueblo en unión cívico militar", enfatizó.

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  • McDonald's order trips up Cleveland Facebook slaying suspect

    McDonald's order trips up Cleveland Facebook slaying suspect

    Stephens filmed and then posted the video of the attack to Facebook, but was found dead in his vehicle on Tuesday. Godwin can be seen raising his hands in an apparent attempt to ward off his attacker before he is shot once in the head. "We can never replace him", she added, crying. Luckily, he said, a state trooper was there as soon as Stephens pulled out of the restaurant's parking lot.

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  • Ossoff, Handel head to congressional runoff after 18 candidate scramble

    In some ways, it worked. The Republican candidate received nearly 20 percent of the vote on Tuesday in a primary to fill the House seat vacated by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price. A state senate race is also headed to a run-off vote. "[Hammarley] called the controversy over Planned Parenthood funding 'a burr in the saddle of Komen, but it withstood the issue for years and years.' Hammarley said the issue became newly urgent after Handel was brought on last year".

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  • EEUU observa con preocupación lo que ocurre en Venezuela

    Siga en directo la movilización. "Que suba la presión contra la dictadura", llama la oposición en las redes sociales. La tensión está al tope. Maduro activó un operativo militar y policial para "derrotar el golpe de Estado ", del que acusa a la "derecha apátrida venezolana" y a Estados Unidos, lo que fue considerado por la oposición como una medida intimidatoria y de represión.

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  • Maduro activó un plan militar contra las protestas en Venezuela

    Una veintena de estaciones del metro y varios negocios en el este estaban cerrados, constataron periodistas de AFP. En tanto, opositores y chavistas se medirán este mier´coles en las calles en manifestaciones que se anuncian masivas. "Estamos convencidos de que el país sabe quienes son los golpistas y contra ellos marchará", subrayó en un comunicado la oposición, al señalar que Maduro denuncia "conspiraciones inexistentes".

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  • [EN DIRECTO]: "Megamarcha" en Venezuela contra Maduro

    Fotos en redes sociales mostraron un charco de sangre en el lugar donde cayó el joven de entre 16 y 19 años. La controversia política recrudeció recientemente en el país petrolero luego de que el Poder Judicial se arrogara prerrogativas del Parlamento dominado por la oposición, generando protestas y llamados internacionales a respetar la democracia.

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  • Javier Duarte llega al Tribunal de Guatemala para primera audiencia

    Javier Duarte , exgobernador de Veracruz , llega a Tribunal para resolver su extradición . Cuando se celebre la audiencia este miércoles en el tribunal quinto de narcoactividad y delitos contra el medioambiente y después de que el juez resuelva, el expediente se trasladará a la Cancillería para que tramite la entrega a las autoridades mexicanas si el juzgador así lo decreta.

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  • Médicos y admistrativos del Hospital San Miguel Arcángel suspenden paro

    Médicos y admistrativos del Hospital San Miguel Arcángel suspenden paro

    El San Miguel Arcángel es un hospital de segunda categoría y atiende a una población de más de 315 mil habitantes del distrito de San Miguelito, así como de los corregimientos de Chilibre y Las Cumbres. Los médicos internos y residentes de la Caja de Seguro Social (CSS) también se unieron al paro, adoptado por los del HST, por los turnos extras que se les adeudan.

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  • Afghanistan says 36 IS militants killed by 'mother of all bombs'

    Afghanistan says 36 IS militants killed by 'mother of all bombs'

    Friday saw global audiences awaking to news the United States military had dropped a GBU-43/B MOAB - the largest non-nuclear weapon in its arsenal - on a jihadist defensive position in Afghanistan's Nangarhar province. He later went near the border, where he met with other residents. He said he could see smoke in the sky. Nicknamed "the mother of all bombs", the weapon was dropped from an MC-130 aircraft in the Achin district of Nangarhar, bordering Pakistan .

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  • BSF Jawan Tej Bahadur, Who complained about food quality, dismissed from service

    BSF Jawan Tej Bahadur, Who complained about food quality, dismissed from service

    Tej Bahadur belonged to the 29th Battalion of the BSF force stationed at Jammu & Kashmir. In a major development, BSF jawan Tej Bahadur Yadav, who complained about food quality, has been dismissed from the service. The video then shows shots of burnt chappatis and runny daal, where Yadav's voice can be heard saying that there are even times when the soldiers have to go to sleep on an empty stomach.

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  • Lawsuit seeks $1 million against pickup driver in church bus crash

    Lawsuit seeks $1 million against pickup driver in church bus crash

    Ross Allen has filed the suit on behalf of his father, Howard Allen, who was among 13 members of the First Baptist Church in New Braunfels killed in the horrific accident. Allen pleads to Texas lawmakers to pass the no-texting-while-driving legislation that is now being considered, according to the lawsuit. He was intoxicated at the time after taking "intoxicating prescriptions medicines and smoked marijuana", according to the lawsuit.

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  • Progressives see reason for optimism after near-win in Georgia

    Handel called the organization " Planned Bullyhood " and accused them of "vicious attacks and coercion" against her for the backlash she received and was forced to resign . Early Wednesday Trump weighed in again, making the claim that a Republican finishing with less than 20 percent support was a victory. The outcome of Tuesday's special election in Georgia was remarkably similar to last week's tally in another special House election Kansas: the Democratic candidate dramatically ...

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  • Portaaviones de EEUU llegará pronto a región coreana

    Preguntado por si la opción militar sigue sobre la mesa, el asesor respondió: "todas nuestras opciones están sobre la mesa, en proceso de mejora y de desarrollo más a fondo". "En la comunidad internacional aplaudieron las acciones del presidente (Trump) y es importante garantizar que a Estados Unidos y al resto del mundo les gusta que tomemos decisiones (.) el presidente muestra al oponente a dónde ir y a dónde no", dijo Spicer.

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  • Estallan disturbios en protesta opositora en Venezuela

    Según testigos , aproximadamente 10 motorizados llegaron al lugar y lanzaron bombas lacrimógenas. El joven fue identificado como Carlos José Moreno , de 17 años, según diario El Universal. Esta misma semana, 11 países latinoamericanos, entre ellos Colombia, lamentaron las muertes ocurridas en las protestas de los últimos días en Venezuela y pidieron al gobierno que "garantice" el derecho a la manifestación pacífica.

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  • North Korea Postpones Nuclear Showdown With US

    North Korea Postpones Nuclear Showdown With US

    Also on Friday, North Korea's vice foreign minister said that Trump's tweets he recently tweeted, for example, that the North is " looking for trouble " have inflamed tensions. Trump tweeted, "I explained to the President of China that a trade deal with the USA will be far better for them if they solve the North Korean problem!" There weren't any nuclear tests or ballistic missile launches to mark the day.

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  • UK parliament votes in favour of early national election

    MPs are expected to back the Prime Minister's call for a snap election in the Commons today after Labour and the Lib Dems both voiced public support for the poll. If Theresa May is so proud of her record, why won't she debate it? He challenged Mrs May about the Government's failure to eliminate the deficit.

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  • Mallya arrested in London

    Tulsi said that though the Indian government has sent the evidence against Mallya to the United Kingdom courts while requesting his extradition, the courts there will "evaluate it independently to see if the evidence is sufficient" to send him back here.

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  • Situación en Venezuela preocupa al Gobierno de EE.UU — Tillerson

    La oposición promete que será " la madre de todas las marchas ", la sexta en abril, para exigir elecciones generales y respeto al Parlamento, único de los poderes públicos que controla. "Toda Caracas será tomada por las fuerzas revolucionarias y no nos alboroten", advirtió Diosdado Cabello, uno de los dirigentes más poderosos del chavismo.

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  • Uma Bharti cancels Ayodhya visit

    Uma Bharti cancels Ayodhya visit

    Occasionally, he forgets morality when it comes to his ministers. It had subsequently invoked charges under Section 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC, which was quashed by the special court whose decision was upheld by the high court on Wednesday.

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  • Company sues Arkansas, charging fraud over lethal injection drugs

    The lawyers say Ward has been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenia while Davis has an IQ low enough to be considered to have an intellectual disability. The Supreme Court gave no explanation for its decision, but not one justice voted in favor of lifting the stay. The state chose not to appeal that decision.

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  • Salmond: May capitalising on Corbyn's 'weakness' with election

    Prime Ministers used to be able to call snap elections whenever they wanted. With her shock announcement calling for an election on Tuesday, May made a bid to strengthen her position going into negotiations for leaving the European Union but also to capitalise on Labour's weaknesses.

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  • Llega Duarte a Tribunal de Guatemala

    Esencialmente, la audiencia de hoy servirá para formalizar la detención provisional de Duarte mientras se realiza el fallo sobre su extradición . Ante esta determinación, México tendrá 60 días naturales para remitir al Gobierno de Guatemala la solicitud formal de extradición del político veracruzano.

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  • All options need to be explored to rein in North Korea

    U.S. and Japanese troops wait for the arrival of U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on the flight deck of U.S. navy nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan . One signal - at least, it was interpreted as such by some in the United States - along that line came recently, when Chinese officials refused to accept shipment of several shiploads of coal from North Korea.

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