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  • Trump to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov Wednesday

    The president on Tuesday abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey, dramatically ousting the nation's most senior law enforcement official in the middle of the bureau's investigation into Mr Trump's ties with Russian Federation. Lavrov says American politicians who are raising questions about Russian interference in the 2016 election are damaging the USA political system by suggesting it's being controlled by outsiders.

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  • Donald Trump signs executive order promoting free speech and religious liberty

    The president had also said that he wanted to do away with the Johnson Amendment, a provision that prohibits religious institutions from supporting or opposing political parties and candidates. But he has concerns about mixing politics and religion. "Among its many faults", the FFRF lawsuit states, Trump's order "requires the IRS to selectively and preferentially discontinue enforcement of the electioneering restrictions of the tax code against churches and religious organizations, while ...

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  • Local election results in Scotland likely to heal COSLA rift

    However, there appears to be little appetite for the idea as Mr Jeffrey said he had no responses from any of the parties yet - and the deadline for candidates is this week. The SNP's Callum McCaig comfortably won Aberdeen South in 2015 with a total of 20,221 votes ahead of Labour's Anne Begg on 12,991. "It's time to focus on this crucial general election campaign - and we can take absolutely nothing for granted", May will tell the event on Monday.

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  • Trump busca relaciones "mutuamente beneficiosas" con Rusia, dice Lavrov

    No brindó más detalles. Según el comunicado, Trump presionó para que Rusia tome las medidas necesarias para controlar a sus aliados en Irán y al régimen del presidente sirio , Bashar al-Assad. Su testimonio llevó de nuevo la historia de los supuestos vínculos de la campaña Trump con Rusia a los titulares. "Si el objetivo de Trump es impedir la comparación de lo que vivió él mismo y el escándalo terminado con la dimisión del presidente Nixon (presidente estadounidense 37) no ...

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  • Bradley scores 29, Celtics power past Wizards, 123-101

    Al Horford chipped in with 19 points and seven assists. It was before Isaiah Thomas emerged as one the game's premier point guards and an outside MVP candidate. The Celtics continued the home dominance between the two teams this season. Tonight, the primary beneficiary was Avery Bradley , who scored a playoff career-high 29 points, nearly all of which came on wide-open shots.

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  • Semi-final 2 of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017!

    Semi-final 2 of the Eurovision Song Contest 2017!

    Veteran BBC Radio 2 presenter Ken Bruce has told Music Week that the United Kingdom music industry is "missing a trick" with its refusal to engage meaningfully with the Eurovision Song Contest. She said: "My career has taken me through the gay scene and I love all my fans - being in "Rent" ramped up my girlie gang". "It's public vote and it's jury and we have no idea how it's going to go".

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  • Mike Pence Uses Cinco de Mayo Party to Talk Immigration

    Mexicans celebrate the holiday with fireworks, music, dancing and colorful decorations in green, white and red; the colors of the Mexican flag. While most people are making the smart choice to find a sober ride, almost three people per hour are still being arrested for DWI on Cinco de Mayo (2012-2016).

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  • Ann Coulter tells AP 'Berkeley cancelled'

    Ann Coulter tells AP 'Berkeley cancelled'

    While the speech may have been canceled due to YAF's lack of backbone, Coulter's patriotic fans are not reacting in the same craven manner. Coulter, one America's best-known and most polarizing conservative political pundits, cast blame on two conservative student groups that withdrew their sponsorship for the event following their clash with university officials.

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  • CNN Host: Ann Coulter's 'Hate Speech' Threatened Student Safety

    CNN Host: Ann Coulter's 'Hate Speech' Threatened Student Safety

    Many appeared to be gearing up for a confrontation at 2 p.m. But fundamentally, the system of political dialogue and debate is broken, not just on this campus but across the nation. "And I'm so sorry for free speech crushed by thugs", she said. "But if the government gets to decide which speech counts as hate speech, the powers that be may later feel free to censor any speech they don't like".

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  • Para Garavano, la ley del 2x1 es un engendro jurídico

    Cuando le consultaron si el Gobierno se pronunciará en contra del pronunciamiento de la Corte, Garavano recordó que "es una política de la cual queremos salir " al hacer referencia a la independencia de poderes. Es una Corte que, por más que a muchos no les pueda gustar su decisión, es una Corte independiente , que funciona libremente y que está integrada por jueces muy prestigiosos .

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  • Germany to clamp down on North Korea's Berlin operations

    Germany to clamp down on North Korea's Berlin operations

    German authorities plan to terminate a North Korean business in the heart of Berlin - a big hostel next to the communist state's embassy. Located right next to the North Korean embassy, the Cityhostel Berlin is popular among travelers looking for low-cost accommodations in the city center.

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  • Maduro felicita a Francia ya su nuevo presidente electo Emmanuel

    En ese entonces, su padre Jean-Marie Le Pen pasó a segunda vuelta y perdió ante el conservador Jacques Chirac, quien obtuvo el 82,2% de los sufragios. Fuentes de la Presidencia brasileña aseguraron que Temer propuso a Macron la creación de un grupo de trabajo que busque herramientas que faciliten la inversión francesa en Brasil.

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  • Corea del norte hace otra prueba con misil

    Corea del norte hace otra prueba con misil

    Se trata del segundo lanzamiento de un misil de este tipo en lo que va del mes, pero el primero -disparado el 15 de abril- habría estallado a los pocos minutos de despegar. El momento que ha elegido Corea del Norte para su nuevo desafío a la comunidad internacional es especialmente significativo. "Durante los últimos 20 años, los esfuerzos bienintencionados (...) han fracasado", dijo Tillerson, recalcando que el tiempo de la "paciencia estratégica se ha acabado".

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  • Clash erupts on Afghan-Pakistan border

    The cross-border Afghan fire killed at least 12 Pakistanis and wounded more than 40 others, including civilians and security forces, provoking Pakistan's retaliation, Anjum noted. Pakistan's Foreign Office called on Kabul to take immediate steps to bring an end to the unprovoked firing from the Afghan side and demanded action against those responsible for the violation.

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  • El Gobierno entregó 16 rutas aéreas a Avianca

    El Gobierno entregó 16 rutas aéreas a Avianca

    Esta semana se conoció que la Sindicatura General de la Nación (Sigen ) y la Oficina Anticorrupción (OA ) dictaminaron en favor de la empresa que ingresó al país mediante la compra de Macair . Avianca estaba a la espera de una decisión por el conflicto de intereses que se planteó. La aerolínea que absorbió a MacAir (del Grupo Macri ) presentó los papeles para obtener los permisos en noviembre.

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  • Frenan excarcelación anticipada por crímenes de lesa humanidad en Argentina

    Unas 250 personas marcharon desde la Plaza Cívica hasta el Paseo de la Memoria , para manifestarse contra el fallo dictado la semana pasada por la Corte Suprema , que concedió el beneficio del 2x1 a un represor. En este punto, planteó además que la Convención sobre la Imprescriptibilidad de los Crímenes de Guerra y de Lesa Humanidad fue ratificada por Argentina en 1995 y goza de jerarquía constitucional, y que el Estatuto de Roma de la Corte Penal Internacional establece la ...

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  • Venezuela protests death total hits 38 as man, 20, shot in head

    A student was shot dead at a meeting in Venezuela May 4, prosecutors said, as anti-government protests raged in the streets. Over 717 people have been injured since protests started in early April against President Nicolás Maduro and his regime, and 37 people have been killed, including bystanders, protesters and security officials.

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  • Trump thinks Australia 'has better health care' than the US. He's 'right.'

    The president shocked and astonished citizens after he drew a comparison praising Australia during his meeting with Malcolm Turnbull, the nation's prime minister, only hours following the repeal of portions of Obamacare. Trump raised eyebrows when he told Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Thursday in New York, "You have better health care than we do". In Australia and every other major country on Earth, they guarantee healthcare to all people.

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  • Penn State frat members appear in court in pledge's death

    The Daily Collegiate reports that during the course of the investigation of the death of Piazza, Detective David Scicchitano of the State College Police Department found evidence of ongoing hazing and alcohol purchases between Young and other frat members dating back to 2016.

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  • Diocese slams government over schools funding estimator

    Diocese slams government over schools funding estimator

    Regional organiser Ian Watson slams Gonski 2.0, saying the federal government has "effectively abandoned the most disadvantaged schools and their students". "We're also very concerned about some of our rural and remote schools and those in communities that are already struggling". "The calculation of apparent increases to your school also does not take into account increases in teacher salaries or any other cost growth over the next decade".

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  • US Secretary of State alludes to direct dialogue with North Korea

    US Secretary of State alludes to direct dialogue with North Korea

    Tillerson said China had "unique" leverage over its communist ally and neighbour. Trump has also strained the relationship with US ally, South Korea after claiming that he plans to fix the "horrible" bilateral trade deal between the two countries and that he would also make them pay $1 billion for the THAAD missile defense system.

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  • Turkey steps up attack on Kurdish militants, kills 14 in northern Iraq

    Erdogan claims to have been "seriously saddened" by footage and images of USA military vehicles patrolling the Syrian side of the border with Turkey, ostensibly to act as a "buffer" between Turkey and the YPG. Syrian government forces backed by Russian Federation also operate in the area. Both Syrian YPG and Iraqi Peshmerga Kurdish militias condemned the attack.

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  • Frat member told 911: 'We have a friend who's unconscious'

    Frat member told 911: 'We have a friend who's unconscious'

    Piazza, from Lebanon, New Jersey, died two days later at a hospital 100 miles away. But the night turned tragic and now Piazza is dead and 18 members of the fraternity face of a slew of charges including manslaughter. Below is a timeline of events leading up to and surrounding Tim Piazza's death from February 2 to February 4, according to court documents. The manual also prohibits hazing, stating, "Permission or approval by a person being hazed is not a defense".

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  • Woman shot and six arrests made as police foil active terror plot

    The British capital has been further on the alert since March 22 after a Daech militant known as Khalid Masood on board a 4-wheel vehicle crashed pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and the parliamentary estate five weeks ago. Six people have been arrested as part of the investigation in all, five at or near the property - and one in Kent, in southeast England. He came within yards of Prime Minister Theresa May's Parliamentary office, forcing her to be evacuated.

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  • New Hamas Chief Makes First Public Appearance in Gaza

    Haniyeh takes charge of Hamas as it seeks to ease its worldwide isolation, while not marginalizing hardliners within the movement. It has dropped its long-standing call for Israel's destruction and has severed ties with the Muslim Brotherhood in a recent policy shake-up.

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  • Blasts Near Damascus International Airport Blamed on Israeli

    The same opposition sources are saying the target of the overnight attack was a Syrian Army airport near Damascus International, which is being used by Iran-backed forces. A Lebanese television station affiliated with Hezbollah said early indications were that the strikes hit warehouses and fuel tanks and had caused only material damage with no human casualties.

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  • Confirma disparo de misil de Corea del Norte

    Confirma disparo de misil de Corea del Norte

    La prueba se produjo mientras que el portaaviones estadunidense Carl Vinson llegaba a aguas de la península coreana , donde inició ejercicios con la marina sudcoreana este sábado, unas 12 horas después del fallido lanzamiento , informó un oficial de la marina de Corea del Sur .

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