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  • Recibe Trump al canciller ruso en la Casa Blanca

    Recibe Trump al canciller ruso en la Casa Blanca

    Comey ha dirigido una investigación sobre la supuesta intervención rusa en las elecciones presidenciales de 2016 en el país norteamericano y la oposición al gobierno de Trump asegura que la medida busca obstruir el caso. No se espera que Trump entreviste a candidatos para un reemplazo permanente este miércoles, según un funcionario de la Casa Blanca . Sin embargo, según la Casa Blanca , la investigación de Rusia no llevó al despido de Comey .

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  • North Korea accuses United States of plot to assassinate Kim Jong Un

    South Korea has accused Pyongyang of assassination plots, too, most recently in February following the murder of Kim Jong Nam, allegedly at the hands of North Korean agents. Officials at South Korea's National Intelligence Service were not immediately reachable for comment. "We will ferret out and mercilessly destroy to the last one the terrorists of the US CIA and the puppet ISIS of South Korea", the statement said, adding that the plot was tantamount to "the declaration of a war".

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  • Trump, Putin to meet in July, Russians announce

    On Wednesday, they focused on areas of budding agreement and Lavrov sought to blame the recent acrimony on former President Barack Obama. Trump's meeting with Lavrov follows the Russian Federation visit of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to Moscow last month.

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  • Auto carrying UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn runs over BBC cameraman's foot

    Auto carrying UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn runs over BBC cameraman's foot

    The draft manifesto also details Labour's view on immigration - a key factor in Britain's referendum previous year on leaving the EU. The Labour leader has highlighted the importance of tackling the housing crisis, and the draft document commits councils to build 100,000 new homes, while private landlords will only be allowed to raise rents in line with inflation.

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  • Warriors sweep Jazz to roll into Western Conference finals

    Warriors sweep Jazz to roll into Western Conference finals

    Utah coughed the ball up twice in the first two minutes of Game 4, handing over the momentum to a potent offense that jumped to a 12-3 lead. "It's been so much fun for me here in Utah". Now, the type of basketball that Steve Kerr wants the Warriors to play has become second nature for the team. The Cavs have managed to play far better defense in the playoffs.

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  • Moon's rise to power in S Korea causes worries, hopes abroad

    Moon's rise to power in S Korea causes worries, hopes abroad

    Moon was chief of staff for the last liberal President, the late Roh Moo Hyun, who sought closer ties with North Korea by setting up large-scale aid shipments and working on now-stalled joint economic projects. Abella said the Philippine government remains committed to further strengthen relations with South Korea after Moon's win. Ties between Seoul and Beijing have soured over the South's deployment of a controversial United States anti-missile system aimed at guarding against threats from ...

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  • Richard Haass: There's 'something odd' about the way Trump views Russian Federation

    The synopsis also revealed that Trump "raised Ukraine, and expressed his Administration's commitment to remain engaged in resolving the conflict and stressed Russia's responsibility to fully implement the Minsk agreements". But Lavrov's delegation got Tass , a Russian news agency, in to take photos. The US president recently described them as being at an "all-time low" but his talks with Sergey Lavrov mark the highest level, face-to-face contact with Russian Federation of the American ...

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  • Trump seeks closer ties with Russian Federation in White House meeting

    Earlier in the day, Mr Lavrov met Secretary of State Rex Tillerson , who said the get-together was a chance for the two to "continue our dialogue" and "exchange views"' that they started last month in Moscow. Lavrov chalked up the controversy to "noise" and to "false news" - invoking Trump's frequent references to the Russian Federation allegations as "fake news".

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  • Akhilesh making unrestrained narrative out of frustration: BJP

    Akhilesh making unrestrained narrative out of frustration: BJP

    However, Yadav's remark did not go down well with Twitterati who lashed out at him for insulting soldiers. Soon, the hashtag #AkhileshInsultsMartyrs began trending on Twitter . The Samajwadi Party (SP) leader further alleged that the Modi government was indulging in politics of martyrs, nationalism and Vande Mataram. Akhilesh Yadav, in a bid to take a dig at Prime Minister Modi, asked if his home state Gujarat had given India any martyrs.

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  • Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe 'not asleep but resting his eyes'

    Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe 'not asleep but resting his eyes'

    Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has come out to clarify the condition surrounding the frail president after criticism over his sleeping on the job. "I feel like a failure when there is this reading that the President is sleeping in conferences, no", his spokesman George Charamba was quoted as saying in the state-run Herald newspaper.

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  • San Francisco protesters call for change after Comey firing

    Democrats quickly accused Trump of using Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation as a pretext and called for a special prosecutor into the Russian Federation probe. "The next day, Tuesday May 9, the Deputy Attorney General sent his written recommendation to the Attorney General and the Attorney General sent his written recommendation to the President".

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  • Acting FBI head contradicts White House: Comey had 'broad support' in FBI

    Sen. Amid the White House's conflicting narratives in the immediate aftermath of Comey's firing, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was said to have threatened to resign , The Post said , citing an unnamed source close to the White House, after Rosenstein was painted as the "prime mover" of the decision to get rid of Comey.

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  • 8 dead, 11 injured after moderate quake in far western China

    8 dead, 11 injured after moderate quake in far western China

    BEIJING , May 11 (Xinhua) - China has activated emergency response procedures following a 5.5-magnitude natural disaster in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region early Thursday morning. Taxkorgan, some 1,250 kilometers from Urumqi, capital of the region, borders Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. Major damage was reported due to the proximity of the earthquake's epicentre to highly populated areas and the shallow focal depth of the quake.

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  • Solicita Fepade desafuero de Eva Cadena

    Cabe mencionar que la Fiscalía citó en las instalaciones de esta Representación Social a la diputada el día 2 de mayo del presente año con el fin de llevar a cabo una diligencia; y al no haber cumplido con el citatorio, la Fepade continúo con el procedimiento que la Ley establece.

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  • Far-right contender Le Pen advocates French food

    Far-right contender Le Pen advocates French food

    European Union leaders are relieved at the prospect of a victory for Macron , a pro-European centrist, in a run-off on May 7 against eurosceptic far-right leader Le Pen. Ahead of Sunday's vote, markets had been contemplating a variety of nightmare scenarios for them, including one in which Le Pen would go through to a runoff against the far left's Jean-Luc Melenchon.

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  • How the White House says Trump chose to fire Comey

    White House and other USA officials insisted on anonymity to disclose private conversations. I think, candidly, the president's actions were outrageous. As everyone who heard her testimony knows: Mr Trump had fired her, too. Justin Amash, a libertarian Republican and occasional Trump critic, said on Tuesday he was in favour of appointing an independent legal inquiry into the president's dealings with Russian Federation.

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  • Trump wants an impartial FBI director

    Trump wants an impartial FBI director

    Cooper challenged her assertion by reminding Conway that Trump, as Clinton's opponent in the 2016 election, previously praised Comey's decision to launch an investigation into Clinton's use of private emails. "This man is president of the United States". "This whole thing is very simple - you're trying to make it very complex", Conway said. Meanwhile, Cooper pressed on, asking Conway why it wasn't fair game to refer to Trump's remarks as a candidate: "So that person doesn't exist ...

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  • Trump Won't Make Decision on Paris Climate Accord Until Later This Month

    The White House has postponed a Tuesday meeting to discuss whether the United States should withdraw from the landmark worldwide climate deal struck in Paris. The White House said the search for a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director was beginning immediately. Spicer said Trump wants to "continue to meet with his team", seeking advice from both an economic and an environmental perspective as he works to make a decision.

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  • President Trump and Vladimir Putin Had a 'Very Good' Phone Call

    President Trump and Vladimir Putin Had a 'Very Good' Phone Call

    The White House described the Tuesday phone call between the two leaders as a "very good one" and said they discussed the possibility of forming safe zones to shelter civilians fleeing the conflict. The rare visit also saw the German chancellor confront Putin over rights issues in Russian Federation, including the alleged persecution of gay men in the North Caucasus region of Chechnya.

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  • Galway Forest Fire Extinguished

    Galway Forest Fire Extinguished

    The air quality monitor comprises a low-priced particulate matter (PM ) detector that streams data live over the 4G network. Gardai warned it is risky to enter the Cloosh Valley in Co Galway and said people and motorists trying to access the site near Moycullen and Oughterard are causing difficulties for emergency services.

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  • Mujeres trabajadoras y jefas de familia — Madres mexicanas

    Mujeres trabajadoras y jefas de familia — Madres mexicanas

    Datos de Inegi arrojan que 88.7% de las mujeres de más de 30 años en el país tiene al menos un hijo. Madre e hija. Diego Rivera. "Sabemos que en Los Cabos hay una gran mayoría de mujeres jefa de familia, de 100 hogares 36 están a cargo de mujeres, por eso es tan importante que se dé el empoderamiento económico en las mujeres que es tan necesario para llevar este sustento a las familias", aseguró.

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  • Pope tells Egypt mass that dialogue can battle extremism

    A journalist with German media asked the pope about the controversy he sparked April 22 for saying some refugee camps are like concentration camps. The visit was conducted under very strict security scrutiny, especially in Heliopolis, the venue of the airport and the presidential palace, and Zamalek, the residence of the ambassador of the Vatican, where the Pope stayed during his 27-hour visit.

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  • White House furious after being trolled with Russia Oval Office photos

    A handout photo made available by the Russian foreign ministry shows US President Donald Trump (L) and Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov at the White House in Washington , DC. "It is ridiculous to say that an ambassador can't meet with the President as part of a visit from a foreign minister". He declined to answer the question from journalists who asked whether reports of POLITICO that President Trump received Lavrov after Putin's personal request in the telephone conversation ...

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  • After Macron Win, France's Main Parties Fret Over Parliament Elections

    The man compiling the candidate list of the Republic on the Move party told Reuters the announcement would probably fall a hundred or so short of the 577 names needed to fight every seat in France's National Assembly. In one of his first acts as France's newly elected President, Emmanuel Macron saw for himself the importance of having reliable allies when he laid a wreath at the Arc de Triomphe to commemorate this week's 72nd anniversary of VE Day.

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