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  • Sami claims role in release of girls kidnapped by Boko Haram

    Sami claims role in release of girls kidnapped by Boko Haram

    The release came nearly seven months after the terrorist group handed over 21 abducted girls to the government after rounds of secret negotiations. Today, we learned that more girls have been freed by their captors, only to have to deal with publicity before getting to see their families. In a statement by Oby Ezekwesili and Aisha Yesufu, the co-conveners of the Bring Back Our Girls group, the BBOG said it had begun the verification of the identities of the rescued girls.

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  • Rusia considera prematuro hablar de 'deshielo' en relación con EU

    Rusia considera prematuro hablar de 'deshielo' en relación con EU

    Lavrov se atrevió incluso a bromear sobre la destitución de Comey al ser preguntado mientras posaba para las cámaras con su homólogo estadounidense, Rex Tillerson, en el Departamento de Estado . Lavrov , quien viajó a EEUU a buscar el apoyo de Washington a un plan ruso para crear zonas de seguridad en Siria , dijo que se discutió sobre "mecanismos concretos para manejar en conjunto".

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  • Bank of England holds rates in 7-1 vote

    Not only has the central bank been lambasted by critics for comments on Brexit, but policy makers are in a quiet period before parliamentary elections on June 8 and will be wary of straying from the official script on the central bank's outlook.

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  • CNN's Jeffrey Toobin Goes Ballistic Over Comey Firing

    He should have been fired by President Barack Obama for overstepping his authority, but the Obama administration would have had had added/jm similar charges leveled by the media of meddling to help Clinton. November 13, 2016: In a CBS "60 Minutes" broadcast after the election, Trump said he hadn't decided whether to keep Comey. "There should be a drumbeat building for a bipartisan call for a special prosecutor to get to the bottom of Russian interference in our democracy-their attempts to ...

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  • Russian photographer in Oval Office raises red flags

    Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates said Monday that she alerted the White House earlier this year that then-Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn could be "essentially blackmailed by the Russians". USA intelligence agencies have asserted that Moscow meddled in the election to help Trump's chances of victory. At Wednesday's meeting, Trump emphasised the need to work together to end the conflict in Syria, underscoring the need for Russian Federation to "rein in the Assad ...

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  • Top Afghan ISIS leader killed in operation

    In a statement , Pentagon officials said Hasib ordered ISIS fighters to behead local elders in front of their families and directed the kidnapping of girls and women who were forced to marry militants. Two U.S. Army Rangers died in the raid in which Logari was killed. The U.S. military command in Afghanistan had said that an operation on April 27 had targeted Hasib.

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  • Putin says he's optimistic after Trump's meeting with Russian official

    The State Department says Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (SEHR'-gay LAHV'-rahf) are affirming their support for United Nations -led talks to resolve the Syrian crisis. The meeting with one of the US's most famous diplomats was not stated on the schedule. He's also publicly said that he was looking forward to beginning a dialogue with Trump and his administration.

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  • Moon Jae-in gana las presidenciales en Corea del Sur

    Se trató de las primeras elecciones adelantadas para elegir presidente en este país, a raíz de la destitución que el Tribunal Constitucional hizo a su antecesora, Park Geun-hye, por su implicación en el caso de corrupción de conocido como " Rasputina ".

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  • Prioritising Europa League not a gamble, says Mourinho

    Prioritising Europa League not a gamble, says Mourinho

    Celta Vigo will be playing one of the most important matches in their club history. When we lost these players in a period of 17 matches in seven weeks, it was the impossible job. In the league, they've lost all eight of their trips to top-eight sides in La Liga this term and failed to score in half of these games. "It will be very important for the club and the players".

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  • UNESCO Rejects Israel Sovereignty Claims Over al-Quds

    It further criticized Tel Aviv for carrying out "persistent excavations, tunneling, works and projects" in East Jerusalem al-Quds, particularly in and around the Old City. "UNESCO's vote to deny the Jewish people's sovereignty over Jerusalem on Israel's Independence Day is not a coincidence". "This is a consistent trend", he said, thanking the countries that voted against the resolution, first and foremost "Italy, the first European state that announced its opposition to it".

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  • Fiscalía de Veracruz pide juicio de desafuero contra Eva Cadena

    Fiscalía de Veracruz pide juicio de desafuero contra Eva Cadena

    Ella explica al hombre que el dictamen (no hace referencia a cual) está muy bien presentado, y explica que la aprobación de esta ley no va a estar lista al día siguiente, ya que los integrantes de la Junta de Coordinación Política llevan "todo el día peleando porque el gobernador quiere que se apruebe el presupuesto".

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  • Syrian Kurds Take Largest Dam, Town From IS

    Syrian Kurds Take Largest Dam, Town From IS

    The YPG is partnered with the Syrian Arab Coalition under the banner of the US -backed Syrian Democratic Forces. "Last year [2016], Turkey's operation Euphrates Shield was not only targeting ISIL positions in that area but was aimed at weakening Kurdish forces along that border".

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  • San Diego Representatives React To Trump Firing FBI Director Comey

    Her opponent in the race, Democrat Jon Ossoff, on Tuesday night called for a special prosecutor to investigate potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation in light of Comey's firing. The White House says Rosenstein wrote his letter of his own accord, and that it triggered Trump's decision. "If Hillary Clinton had won the election, which thank God she didn't, if she had, she would have fired Comey immediately, and the very Democrats criticizing the president today ...

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  • New S.Korean leader sets course in stormy diplomacy

    Xi told Moon that China has always upheld the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and that the nuclear issue should be resolved through talks, which are in everyone's interests, according to the state television report. Beijing sees the system as a threat to its own security. However, he was clear that he thought the issue shouldn't affect the wider South Korea-Japan relationship, saying the two countries should deal with the "comfort women" dispute and "work independently in order to ...

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  • Trump Set to Name More Conservative Judges

    Professor Adler said the appeals court picks on Mr. Trump's list included "incredibly strong nominees" who should "have an intellectual influence on their courts" and that, as much or more than political allies, is what conservatives are really looking for in President Trump's federal judicial nominees.

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  • Despite protests, DeVos delivering Bethune-Cookman address

    Despite protests, DeVos delivering Bethune-Cookman address

    Perhaps no louder than when DeVos promised to go to the grave site of Mary McLeod Bethune later in the day to pay her respects, a promise almost drowned out by the sounds of shouting. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos spoke at a tech conference in Utah, and the metaphor she used to advocate for school choice has some people shaking their heads.

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  • Cortana is getting mad Skills just like Amazon's Alexa

    This shows that the company is shouldering the task of ushering the era of devices powered mainly by its Cortana voice assistant. Cortana uses natural language processing, therefore, developers do not need to code every variation. HP and Intel are both working on connected-home devices that run on Microsoft's Cortana platform. Rumor has it that Microsoft's will also try another approach to taking on the Echo - and that approach will look more like a PC.

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  • President Trump launches first campaign ad for 2020 election -- 1282 days away

    President Trump launches first campaign ad for 2020 election -- 1282 days away

    Trump plans to sign an executive order directing the Commerce Department and the USA trade representative to conduct a study of US trade agreements. Trump has signed dozens of executive orders, including several that roll back Obama-era regulations on industry or lift bans on oil and gas drilling, efforts widely praised by Republican lawmakers and voters.

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  • Turkey detains 800 people over suspected links to US-based cleric

    Turkey detains 800 people over suspected links to US-based cleric

    Warrants were issued for the detention of some 2,200 other suspects, the state-run Anadolu Agency reported. Following the referendum the emergency period has been further extended for another three months to July 19. They are the latest indication there will be no let-up in the fight against Turkey's perceived enemies after the referendum, with fighter jets on Tuesday pounding Kurdish militant targets in Iraq and northern Syria.

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  • Tens of thousands - and Leo DiCaprio - join Washington march for climate

    Environmental student organizations braved 90-degree heat and joined almost 200,000 other protesters in downtown D.C. Saturday for the People's Climate March . Courthouse in downtown Minneapolis, ambled across the Stone Arch Bridge and ended at Father Hennepin Bluff Park. Saharlah Farah, a 16-year old immigrant from Somalia who lives in Portland, talked about how climate change could have a bigger toll on marginalized groups that have less financial resources.

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  • Senado no acepta reducir condenas a los represores

    De esta forma, la Cámara alta confirmó lo que ayer votaron los diputados con un amplio consenso de todo el arco político, ya que la votación había terminado 211 a favor y 1 en contra. Ahora, el proyecto que limita el beneficio en el cómputo de la pena conocido como "2×1" a los condenados por delitos de lesa humanidad sólo debe ser promulgado por el presidente Mauricio Macri para que se convierta en ley.

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  • President Trump: US Needs a Government Shutdown

    President Trump: US Needs a Government Shutdown

    On Trump's latest Tweets , McCain said: "I wish he'd think twice before tweeting". Asked to explain Trump's advocacy for a shutdown, Mulvaney said, "Right now I'm not anxious about September, I'm anxious about this deal that's in front of us".

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  • Merkel: Germany not 'first in line' to boost troops in Afghanistan

    Merkel: Germany not 'first in line' to boost troops in Afghanistan

    At a Tuesday afternoon news briefing, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer explained that the team, headed by US National Security Adviser Gen H.R. "But this is not about returning back to a combat operation in Afghanistan". The US has an additional 1,500 soldiers conducting assist missions directly under Pentagon command, the report said.

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  • Kendrex White: Facts About University of Texas Stabbing Suspect

    Kendrex White: Facts About University of Texas Stabbing Suspect

    A source told the American-Statesman earlier this week that White was believed to have been suffering from mental illness on the day of the attacks. During the Tuesday news conference, campus and local authorities provided updates on Monday's attacks. Carter, who described the weapon as a "Bowie-style" knife, said the stabbings occurred within a one-block area as the attacker "calmly walked around the plaza".

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  • Colbert has 'something special' in mind for Trump after Comey firing

    Democrats compared Comey's ouster to President Richard Nixon's "Saturday Night Massacre" during the Watergate investigation and renewed calls for the appointment of a special prosecutor. He said such an individual would only "serve to impede the current work being done". If we had to have a Republican president, who better than this raging moron? However, Republican Representative Justin Amash referred to the rationale behind the dismissal as "bizarre" and said that he and his staff would ...

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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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