• Snapchat shares tumble as results miss Wall Street targets

    On Tuesday, the company posted a $2.2 billion loss in the first quarter, much of which was tied to compensation following the company's IPO in March. Snap's March IPO priced above the company's target range as investors put aside concerns about a lack of profits and voting rights to get a piece of the action.

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  • Ex-US NSA ordered to hand over Russia probe documents

    Ex-US NSA ordered to hand over Russia probe documents

    The Trump administration asked for Flynn's resignation in February after the White House said he misled Vice President Mike Pence about a communication with Russia's United States ambassador Sergey Kislyak. "I don't have any evidence of collusion or a crime but the Federal Bureau of Investigation needs to keep looking and do their job", said Senator Lindsey Graham, (R) SC.

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

    En la capital fueguina, el punto de concentración fue la esquina de Maipú y Guaraní. La titular de Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo , Estela de Carlotto, leyó un documento ante una multitud reunida en la Plaza de Mayo y celebró que la sociedad haya reaccionado "con firmeza" contra la sentencia de la Corte.

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  • Korea's Moon to send delegation to China amid frayed ties

    South Korea's first liberal leader in a decade, Moon also said he'll "sincerely negotiate" with the United States, Seoul's top ally, and China, South Korea's top trading partner, over the contentious deployment of an advanced USA missile-defense system in southern South Korea.

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  • 'Slum pope' and billionaire US president to meet May 24

    On Thursday in a rare public address Jared Kushner, H.R. McMaster, and Dina Powell shared the details behind President Trump's first foreign visit which will include a trip to Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the Vatican . There is also a clear interest among top aides in the White House to counter the view Trump has cultivated overseas. "We are hoping to achieve peace between now and then", the official said.

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  • Trump recibe en la Casa Blanca al ministro ruso de Exteriores

    Trump recibe en la Casa Blanca al ministro ruso de Exteriores

    Pese a las informaciones negativas sobre la visita de Lavrov , en la sede del foro del Ártico, a donde llegó ayer, todos buscaban encontrarse con él, y con el embajador de este país en Washington , Serguei Kisliak. El pasado 3 de mayo, Trump y el presidente ruso, Vladimir Putin, dialogaron por teléfono para buscar acuerdos sobre Siria y tratan la situación en Corea del Norte.

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  • Top leader: Iran will 'slap' anyone causing election unrest

    Top leader: Iran will 'slap' anyone causing election unrest

    Ayatollah hamenei added that the enemy plans to stir up unrest and disrupt the security in the Islamic Republic. Khamenei said , speaking at the graduation ceremony for Iran's Revolutionary Guard force on Wednesday. According to local media, cited by AP, one of Rouhani's campaign offices in Tehran had its windows smashed, and another office was also previously targeted.

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  • Duterte avoids mention of China in Asean welcome address

    Duterte avoids mention of China in Asean welcome address

    Duterte has said the #Philippines and other nations are helpless to stop the island-building, so there is no point challenging #China in diplomatic and legal circles. He did not specifically single out China, who has overlapping maritime claims with the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia and Vietnam over the South China Sea.

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  • White House Takes Flak for Letting Russian State Media Into Oval Office

    White House Takes Flak for Letting Russian State Media Into Oval Office

    And what did they see? But I can see no explanation for Trump's weird attitude toward the allegations of Russian meddling other than a desire to hide something. The State Department did post photos of Lavrov's meeting with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson , but that was open to the press... The host of The View on Thursday erupted over reports that Donald Trump barred the American press from a meeting with the Russian foreign minister and Russian ambassador in the Oval Office, with ...

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  • Microsoft's Surface Book has a fabric keyboard

    The company detailed the operating system at an education-focused event in NY. Apps on Windows 10 S are downloaded from the Windows Store, so it requires that developers interested in targeting this OS will have to go through the official Store to market their app on this new platform.

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  • McDonnell: Labour Will "Come Out Fighting" From Historic Council Election Loss

    The Tories also performed well in the mayoral elections, winning tightly-fought battles for elected mayors in the West Midlands and significantly Tees Valley, where Conservative Ben Houchen became the first elected mayor in Labour's north-eastern heartland, beating Labour's Sue Jeffrey by more than 2,000 votes in the second round of counting.

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  • El centro de Caracas arde ante protestas

    El centro de Caracas arde ante protestas

    Las protestas han dejado al menos 41 muertos en un mes, aunque la fiscalía sólo reconoce 38. El jefe de Estado venezolano hizo un llamado a los militares a hacer propuestas para la Asamblea Nacional Constituyente y para "reforzar la unión" entre la Fuerza Armada Nacional Bolivariana (FANB) y el pueblo venezolano.

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  • Trump To Meet Top Russian Diplomat After Firing FBI Chief James Comey

    Trump To Meet Top Russian Diplomat After Firing FBI Chief James Comey

    Department of State said. Trump is the first president since Richard Nixon to fire a law enforcement official overseeing an investigation with ties to the White House. Since taking office, however, many top cabinet officials have voiced a tougher stance that is closer to more conventional Republican approaches and to the policies of former President Barack Obama.

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  • Apple Acquires Maker of Sleep-Tracking Device

    Apple Acquires Maker of Sleep-Tracking Device

    Apple's acquisition of Beddit is expected to bring enhanced features, such as heart rate analysis, respiratory rate and sleep analysis to the Apple Watch Series 3. The iPhone maker may also incorporate some kind of sleep tracking feature into the Apple Watch, although with the current wearable's battery, that's a bit of a stretch.

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  • Republican Senators Are Questioning Trump's Firing of James Comey

    Despite the Trump administration claims that his dismissal was months in consideration, Press Secretary Sean Spicer always said Comey had the president's full confidence. White House officials said Mr Trump's confidence in the Federal Bureau of Investigation chief had been eroding for months. Comey confirmed in testimony to the Senate Intelligence Committee that the FBI was investigating Trump's campaign.

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  • New Hamas chief pledges support to hunger-striking prisoners

    For his first appearance as Hamas leader, the new leader publicly pledged his support for hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners in his first comments while visiting a protest tent in support of the strikers. "Hamas is ready to initiate a new phase of its history". In February, the group chose militant commander Yehiya Sinwar, one of its most hard-line figures, as its new Gaza chief in charge of the group's core power base.

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  • 5 members of family blow themselves up in Bangladesh

    5 members of family blow themselves up in Bangladesh

    The official said based on a tip-off, security forces surrounded a house early Thursday morning, Xinhua news agency reported. As they tried to storm the hideout at around 8 am, the militants came out and set off the explosions, he said. The group has been blamed for a series of attacks on minority groups and secular writers and bloggers. Last July, 20 hostages including 17 foreigners were killed by five suspected Jumatul Mujahedeen Bangladesh militants in a restaurant in the capital, Dhaka.

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  • Defecting French ex-PM Valls is told he must join Macron's party

    Defecting French ex-PM Valls is told he must join Macron's party

    But what about the reaction in London? Macron's 577 candidates in the elections are expected to be announced Thursday. "I am very determined that there will be no undue advantages". A possible change to the name of her National Front party may be on the cards after she vowed to lead a "new force" into the parliamentary elections.

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  • Trump and Putin to meet in July, Russian state media says

    He added that "we have stressed this in all global meetings". "For years, we have been trying to solve one of the key issues of the modern world, that is, the Middle East issue, so we always have things to discuss". Putin also said via video conference that he was happy to take part in the inauguration of the new multi-purpose complex in Bethlehem, which he said was proof of the close ties between the two people.

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  • Tillerson lays out Trump's 'America First' foreign policy to skeptical officials

    Last month, North Korea's foreign minister drafted a letter to the ASEAN warning of a "nuclear holocaust" if it refuses to join forces in opposition to the United States . In separating USA policies from values such as human rights, democracy, press freedom and the treatment of minorities, Mr. Tillerson appeared to outline a departure from priorities pursued during both the Bush and Obama administrations.

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  • Reformar la Constitución no, cumplirla

    Reformar la Constitución no, cumplirla

    Las autoridades, con equipos antimotines, formaron un cordón para bloquearle el paso a los miles de opositores que sostenían carteles en los que se leía "Ninguna Constituyente , elecciones ya". "Según el mandatario cuando el CNE convoque a las "elecciones directas", secretas y universales, los "empresarios" del país presenten sus candidatos para que elijan los "voceros" y diputados Constituyentes de los empresarios", refirió.

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  • European Union official draws laughs with Brexit humor

    The market chaos could dwarf the volatility seen after Donald Trump's election as US president in November or Britain's vote last June to leave the European Union. Mrs May hit back later, calling the reported remarks "Brussels gossip". Among the many potential sticking points are the size of the UK's departure bill.

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  • 8 members of Penn State frat due in court in pledge's death

    8 members of Penn State frat due in court in pledge's death

    He was suffering from head injuries and internal bleeding. In the wake of Piazza's death, Penn State President Eric Barron permanently banned the fraternity. Surveillance footage showed brothers shaking him and trying to prop him up. He told the grand jury that he insisted that Piazza needed immediate medical attention.

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  • Anonymous advierte del inminente inicio de la Tercera Guerra Mundial

    Anonymous advierte del inminente inicio de la Tercera Guerra Mundial

    En él una figura enmascarada parece leer un documento: "Todas las señales de guerra están presentes en la península coreana, cada país se organiza y arma su plan estratégico". "Asimismo, devastador a nivel global , tanto a nivel medioambiental como económico ", refiere. "Los chinos están desesperados por evitar una guerra ", se dice en el material.

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  • Ravens & Jaguars Interested in Signing Victor Cruz

    Ravens & Jaguars Interested in Signing Victor Cruz

    And he just turned 30 years old. A league source told the Record that Cruz and the Baltimore Ravens also have "mutual interest". So did Nicks. It's worth mentioning that Eli Manning had a lot of targets to disperse the ball to, which left Cruz a bit forgotten at times.

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  • Causa polémica Maduro al pedir apoyo a vacas

    Causa polémica Maduro al pedir apoyo a vacas

    Maduro dijo que ahora se abrirá un proceso de consulta con sectores políticos y sociales para redactar las bases electorales para escoger a unos 500 miembros de la Constituyente , que dijo que será plenipotenciaria y tendrá poder para reformar cualquier poder del Estado.

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