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  • Oposición de Ecuador constata claridad de proceso electoral

    Oposición de Ecuador constata claridad de proceso electoral

    El objetivo de la cita es que los delegados políticos "conozcan y constaten las seguridades implementadas en la impresión de documentos electorales y en los demás procesos que se desarrollan dentro de la planificación para el balotaje". Se aclaró que la invitación para el recorrido en IGM fue para los binomios presidenciales que participarán en la segunda vuelta electoral y no para otras organizaciones políticas.

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  • London attacker described as 'laughing and joking' hours before rampage

    London attacker described as 'laughing and joking' hours before rampage

    Within an hour, the attacker had driven a vehicle into a number of pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, before stabbing and killing Pc Palmer as he entered the grounds of the Palace of Westminster. Although some of those he was involved with included people suspected of being keen to travel to join jihadi groups overseas, Masood "himself never did so", said a US government source, who spoke to Reuters on condition of anonymity.

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  • Black market operators lose as naira trades at N400/dollar

    Black market operators lose as naira trades at N400/dollar

    LAGOS, March 24 Nigeria's naira firmed to 390 per dollar on the black market on Friday, up 2.6 percent from its previous session and near the central bank's rate for consumers, traders said. Out of the amount, about $91 million was taken by buyers. A Bureau de Change, BDC, operator, who preferred anonymity in Abuja, said that the gains made by naira over the dollar were due to CBN's continued flooding of the market with dollars while there were very few or no customers to patronise them.

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  • More arrests in connection to London terror attack

    More arrests in connection to London terror attack

    Police are still searching a property in Carmarthenshire, three in Birmingham and one in east London. The photographer who took the picture of a Muslim woman looking at her phone while walking across Westminster Bridge has defended her - saying she was "distraught" and "distressed".

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  • Britain faces £50bn Brexit divorce bill, says EC's Jean-Claude Juncker

    Britain faces £50bn Brexit divorce bill, says EC's Jean-Claude Juncker

    Asked if the bill will be £50 billion, which is about €58 billion, Mr Juncker replied: "It's around that". He added: "I will be sad as I was sad when the referendum took place in Britain - for me it's a tragedy". "There will be a bill reflecting former commitments by the British government and the British parliament", Juncker said. That will begin a two-year process of negotiation with Brexit schedule to happen by March 29 2019.

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  • Man tries to drive into shopping street at high speed in Antwerp

    Man tries to drive into shopping street at high speed in Antwerp

    Antwerp police chief Serge Muyters said: "Our army colleagues spotted it and tried to bring the vehicle to a halt". "Pedestrians along the route were in danger on several occasions", the prosecutor said in a statement. A bomb squad has been sent to the area and the scene has been cordoned off. Prime Minister Charles Michel said authorities were "closely monitoring" developments in Antwerp.

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  • EMT rescues 3-month-old baby from vehicle submerged in lake

    EMT rescues 3-month-old baby from vehicle submerged in lake

    The coroner in Madison County, Illinois, released the information Friday as investigators try to untangle the events that preceded the death of 32-year-old Cristy Lynn Campbell. After swimming to the vehicle he said: "It looked like two feet and two hands". Zobrist performed CPR on the child on the roof of the submerged SUV.

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  • Prince Charles visits injured county student in hospital

    Prince Charles visits injured county student in hospital

    Seventy-five-year-old Leslie Rhodes died at the hospital on Thursday when his life support was switched off. "Thank you for all your marvelous efforts", he told hospital staff . Dr Kane said staff dealt with a series of typical blunt trauma injuries "one after the other" on Wednesday afternoon and evening, nearly as though it was a "conveyor belt of organised, structured, really efficient medical care".

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  • She Voted For Trump. Now, Her Husband Is Being Deported

    She Voted For Trump. Now, Her Husband Is Being Deported

    The order, signed days after Mr. Trump took office, has led to immigration raids across the country that have spread fear throughout immigrant communities. Beristain is being held in Wisconsin, awaiting deportation. "And, I said, 'That's a joke.' And, they said, 'No, it's true'". That was largely to due to an executive order Trump signed January 25 called "Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States", which resulted in more than 2 million legal immigrants becoming the targets ...

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  • La reforma educativa me da risa: López Obrador

    La reforma educativa me da risa: López Obrador

    Decir que se trasformará desde ya todo el modelo educativo es una demagogia, "decir que de un día para otro vamos a cambiar el modelo educativo sería mentir", sostuvo. Insistió que lo que busca este modelo y la reforma educativa es justamente poner la mirada en las siguientes generaciones y no en el corto plazo o lo inmediato.

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  • "Este Gobierno va por la escuela pública" — Masiva marcha docente

    Queremos decirle al Presidente de la Nación que nosotros no 'caímos' en la Escuela Pública, la elegimos. Pero a este escenario se agregó el conflicto de la Provincia, entre los cinco gremios de ese distrito con el gobierno de María Eugenia Vidal , que dejó a muchos chicos con apenas 2 o 3 días de clases hasta el momento.

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  • Despite Trump push, health care vote going to the wire

    Despite Trump push, health care vote going to the wire

    Further complicating matters, Republican chairman of the House Appropriations Committee Rodney Frelinghuysen said he could not support the bill, a major blow to Republican efforts to pass the legislation. Trump, speaking after the vote was pulled, simultaneously blamed Democrats for that failure while also signaling he might be open to working with them in the future.

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  • President Duterte graces PNPA graduation, boosts morale of new cops

    President Duterte graces PNPA graduation, boosts morale of new cops

    He also reminded them that losses and triumphs are "inevitable" as they launch their ongoing battle against the country's problems. He also pledged that the government will ensure that the families of policemen will be taken care of. Under Duterte's proposed fund for slain policemen, the President said the government would shoulder the tuition of the deceased policeman's children while the spouse will be offered a job in government with the help of Interior Secretary Ismael Sueno.

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  • How will your representative vote on healthcare bill?

    How will your representative vote on healthcare bill?

    House Republican leaders are supposed to be voting on their health care bill tonight, but this morning, they weren't ready yet. "So that you can find out what is in it - away from the fog of the controversy". President Trump and House GOP leaders struggled to amass enough Republican votes for the bill in the House. And then there's the Republican party.

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  • USA conservative leader optimistic of common ground on healthcare

    USA conservative leader optimistic of common ground on healthcare

    It has repeatedly pushed back against more establishment Republicans, using its leverage to push former Speaker John Boehner to resign in 2015 and halt Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy's run to replace him. "I will introduce that ObamaCare repeal bill as soon as I get it". Brooks has always been critical of the bill and last-ditch negotiations between House leaders, Trump and the conservative House Freedom Caucus - of which Brooks is a member - failed to sway his position.

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  • United States imposes sanctions on 30 firms, individuals

    United States imposes sanctions on 30 firms, individuals

    The sanctions are active as of March 21 and will remain in place for two years. That bid failed, largely because the Obama Administration was tied up in negotiations for what would become the Iran nuclear deal. The areas targeted for sanctions in the new bill are outside the ambit of the nuclear deal. Iran would face tighter US sanctions over ballistic missile launches and other non-nuclear activities under a bill announced on Thursday by a bipartisan group of senators, echoing a harder line ...

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  • Rasmea Odeh will be deported but serve no time under plea deal

    Rasmea Odeh will be deported but serve no time under plea deal

    Under that plea deal, Rasmea would avoid prison time, but would require her to forfeit her US citizenship and be deported (likely to Jordan initially). It is unclear whether her acceptance of a plea deal will affect her scheduled appearance. Rasmea Odeh, 69, would not spend time in USA prison or detention but would lose her US citisenship, according to a Thursday statement by the Rasmea Defense Committee.

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  • Giants' Will Smith to undergo Tommy John surgery

    Giants' Will Smith to undergo Tommy John surgery

    That pain resurfaced shortly after his return to the mound on March 20, with Smith having to leave the game after gesturing for a trainer. San Francisco Giants reliever Will Smith (elbow) will seek a second opinion from Dr. "That was going to be Will's role with his experience and his ability to go through left-handers and right-handers". He finished the regular season with 18 consecutive scoreless appearances.

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  • Nova Scotia refuses man's licence plate showing surname Grabher

    Nova Scotia refuses man's licence plate showing surname Grabher

    Transport Department spokesman Brian Taylor says he understands Grabher is a surname, but notes this context isn't available to the general public who view it. Grabher worries that U.S. President Donald Trump's misogynistic comments have hurt his ability to retain a licence plate featuring his own last name.

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  • Hernando County Teacher Arrested After Admitting to Having Sex With Student

    Hernando County Teacher Arrested After Admitting to Having Sex With Student

    Both Valvo and the student told deputies that the relationship was consensual. The Hernando County Sheriff's Office has arrested a Central High School teacher for engaging in sexual relations with a student at the school. According to a spokesperson for the local school system, the art teacher has been employed for the past three years. She has been suspended with pay pending the outcome of the investigation.

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  • Crews working five-alarm fire in downtown Raleigh

    Crews working five-alarm fire in downtown Raleigh

    The ATF estimates the total loss of the multi-level building is more than $12 million. FOX 8 reports the fire is happening at a building under construction on West North St. Those enjoying a night out in the Glenwood South district heard explosions before they saw a fire break out. Around 130 firefighters battled the flames with crews working in 90 minute to 2-hour shifts.

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  • What do Donald Trump and Angela Merkel have in common?

    What do Donald Trump and Angela Merkel have in common?

    Downing Street later said that Trump had offered May his hand as they walked down a ramp in a "chivalrous gesture". Donald Trump deflected a question about his tweet accusing former President Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower during Friday's joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

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  • Noticeable Runner: Brookdale Senior Living Inc. (BKD)

    Over the past five trading sessions shares of Brookdale Senior Living Inc. (BKD) is projected at -51.7 percent in the Current Quarter and -27.3 percent in the Next Quarter, according to analysts. BKD is ahead its 52-week low with 12.30%and going down from its 52-week high price with -38.41%. BKD has P/E (Price to Earnings ttm) value of 0, Forward P/E of 7.63, P/C (Price to cash per share) of 10.21 and Price to Free Cash Flow (P/FCF) value of 110.99.

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  • Confirma José José que enfrenta cáncer de páncreas

    Confirma José José que enfrenta cáncer de páncreas

    El cantante agregó que, aparte del cáncer, cuenta con un buen estado de salud, lo que le permitirá tomar quimioterapia para que se reduzca el tumor y después valorar si es necesario extraerlo. "Todo el público tendrá la oportunidad de verme y escuchar de mis propios labios la enfermedad que me aqueja en estos momentos. Al pueblo de Puerto Rico y a mis fans les pido que estén tranquilos, todo va a estar bien, Inclúyanme en sus oraciones", finalizó.

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  • Navy deploys warship to patrol Benham

    In her statement on Thursday, Ms. Hua also said China is committed to "properly" address existing maritime disputes with the Philippines, thereby creating a "favorable atmosphere" in developing the two countries' bilateral ties. In response, the Philippines is now stepping up efforts to safeguard its claims to the area. Some local media outlets emphasized the fact that personnel on board the ship sang the country's national them while patrolling the waters.

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  • Caller Attempts to Scam Police Officer

    Caller Attempts to Scam Police Officer

    Roder said he was not given one, but the man said that wasn't an issue. "If you don't have m address, how are you going to do that?" Next Roder asks how long he has before he's arrested. "In some emergency cases we do make phone calls so that we can contact the taxpayer", he said. For the record, a deputy with the Eau Claire Sheriff's office confirmed that no sheriff's office anywhere serves warrants from the IRS.

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  • Boat Carrying Migrants From Turkey Sinks Off Aegean Coast, Killing 12

    Boat Carrying Migrants From Turkey Sinks Off Aegean Coast, Killing 12

    Video footage on the DHA network shows half a dozen of the bodies after they had been recovered from the water and were laid out near ambulances on Friday. This group includes people fleeing war-torn countries such as Syria, who are likely to be granted refugee status, as well as people who are seeking jobs and better lives, who governments are likely to rule are economic migrants.

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