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  • Sismo de 6,2 grados Richter sacude El Salvador y provoca alarma

    Sismo de 6,2 grados Richter sacude El Salvador y provoca alarma

    Poco después se registró otro sismo a las 4:51 a.m. hora local (10:51 GMT), con una magnitud de 5.3 grados Richter con epicentro en la misma zona del Pacífico, informó el ministerio de Medio Ambiente. Un enjambre sísmico de más de 400 temblores en la zona centro del país a principios del mes pasado provocó una muerte y derrumbes en el área metropolitana de la capital salvadoreña.

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  • La Constituyente planteada por maduro es una violación — Marquina

    Desde tempranas horas de la mañana de este martes, representantes de diversas comunas y movimientos sociales de Venezuela se movilizaron desde la Plaza Morelos de Bellas Artes, en Caracas , hasta las inmediaciones del Palacio de Miraflores , sede del Ejecutivo, en apoyo a este proceso convocado por el presidente Maduro el pasado 1 de mayo.

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  • This week's lesson is Sally Yates was right about everything

    This week's lesson is Sally Yates was right about everything

    Spicer described her Tuesday as 'someone who is not exactly a supporter of the president's agenda'. In December, before Trump assumed office, Flynn talked to Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak about potentially lifting USA sanctions President Barack Obama had just levied on Russia.

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  • Bank warns households face Brexit squeeze as inflation rises

    Bank warns households face Brexit squeeze as inflation rises

    The reduction in the growth forecast - from 2 per cent to 1.9 per cent - came after a sharp slowdown in GDP in the first quarter of the year and after figures from the Office for National Statistics showed manufacturing output fell 0.6 per cent in March, while construction dipped 0.7 per cent as industrial output as a whole slumped 0.5 per cent.

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  • Zidane amazed by Benzema's vital solo run

    Zidane amazed by Benzema's vital solo run

    Madrid defeated Atletico in the final a year ago and in 2014, and also eliminated the crosstown opponent in the quarterfinals in 2015. "Those first 20, 25 minutes will be in the history of the club". But when they leave the ramshackle, rusting but beloved Calderon, they will take a step closer to being like Real, one of Europe's super-clubs with a state-of-the-art stadium to match.

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  • Trump to delay decision on Paris climate agreement until after summit

    A meeting for top advisers to discuss the deal was set for Tuesday afternoon but was postponed . However, during his campaign, Trump promised to "cancel" USA participation in the agreement. European leaders said they would stay in the Paris agreement even if the USA pulled out, but the loss of the world's largest economy and second-largest greenhouse gas emitter would be a huge blow.

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  • All kids on crashed school avoid serious injury

    All kids on crashed school avoid serious injury

    A school bus has crashed after hitting an interstate highway guardrail and running down an embankment in St. Louis County. The Missouri Highway Patrol says that a white truck and a red vehicle got into an accident ahead of the bus on westbound I-44 just before 8:00am.

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  • Sicarios asesinan a tres policías

    Sicarios asesinan a tres policías

    La patrulla de Seguridad Ciudadana con número económico 12-3251 quedó detenida sobre el Boulevard Luis Donaldo Colosio frente a una abarrotera en la calle Las Margaritas. Los tres oficiales fueron identificados como Lino Flores Santiago, de 32 años; José Osorio Olivares, de 44 años; y Bélico Hernández Jácomem de 52 años; se desconoce el móvil del crimen.

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  • Real Madrid y Juventus definirán al campeón de la Champions

    Real Madrid y Juventus definirán al campeón de la Champions

    El técnico del Real Madrid Zinedine Zidane se mostró satisfecho este miércoles tras clasificarse para la final de la Liga de Campeones pese a perder 2-1 con el Atlético de Madrid , reconociendo que sabían que iban "a sufrir". El segundo tiempo fue jugado de igual manera por parte del Madrid , toco en todo momento el balón y desespero al Atlético de Madrid , las únicas ocasiones de gol que tuvieron los colchoneros fueron detenidas por el arquero costarricense Keylor Navas, quien se ...

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  • FG claims released chibok girls needs surgery

    FG claims released chibok girls needs surgery

    The government should use the Chibok girls as an example of how to advocate for and advance mental health, education for girls and other women's rights issues in Nigeria, he added. Alhassan said there was need to help the girls forget the trauma they experienced from the bush. Secondly, in terms of academics, the girls have fallen behind the syllabus by three years within which time they would have advanced to the university/tertiary level while getting equipped with the adequate skills ...

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  • Gunman Shoots Up San Diego Birthday Pool Party

    Gunman Shoots Up San Diego Birthday Pool Party

    San Diego area churches planned to hold public vigils for a 35-year-old mother of three who was the lone person killed by a gunman who shot seven people at a poolside birthday party in San Diego over the weekend. "It was very eerie, to say the least", one guest at the party recalled. He didn't say anything. The gunfire killed Clark and injured six others. Zimmerman said Selis stayed on the phone with his ex-girlfriend as the shooting continued.

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  • Skoda Previews The New Karoq Ahead Of Its Debut Next Week

    Skoda Previews The New Karoq Ahead Of Its Debut Next Week

    It's the typical "C" shaped taillights and they look good on the auto. The compact SUV is 4,382 mm long, 1,841 mm wide and 1,605 mm high. Take 'em out: 64 - two more than the outgoing Yeti, but still substantially less than the RAV4, Ford Escape/Kuga, or the class-leading Honda CR-V, which can swallow 76 cubic feet with the rear seats folded (but still in place).

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  • Trump's 'Very Friendly' Conversation with Duterte Stuns Allies and Critics alike

    Chinese President Xi Jinping and President Rodrigo Duterte spoke over the phone on Wednesday after the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit, chaired by the Philippine leader. "I can not make any definite promise", Duterte told reporters , citing scheduled trips to Russia, Israel and elsewhere. US and Philippine officials said Trump's calls and invitations to several Asian allies including Duterte were aimed at discussing the escalating nuclear crisis in North Korea.

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  • Here's Former FBI Director James Comey's Response to Getting Fired

    And FBI agents said that, while many of them voted for Trump after the president unceremoniously fired a very popular director James Comey few were ready to meet him at the bureau with open arms". But in Georgia, Republican congressional candidate Karen Handel - who faces Democrat Jon Ossoff in a June runoff that has already shattered fundraising and spending records - wouldn't criticize Trump's decision to fire Comey.

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  • "Siempre estuve en contra del 2x1" — Macri

    El Concejo Municipal manifestó su preocupación por el fallo de la Corte Suprema de Justicia de la Nación que declaró aplicable el beneficio de 2X1 para las penas de prisión en delitos de lesa humanidad cometidos en el marco del terrorismo de estado.

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  • How the Outcome of the French Election Will Impact Europe

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker put it bluntly: "With France, we have a particular problem ..." "Happy that the French have chosen a European future", he tweeted. Camus said that if Macron were able to bring down unemployment, he might be able to bridge the divisions facing the French in matters of economics and immigration.

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  • Turkey gave about 20 minutes notice before Syria strikes

    Turkey gave about 20 minutes notice before Syria strikes

    Despite historical ethnic tensions, the Kurdish-led SDF was able to recruit so many Sunni Arabs that a top US commander estimates that 60% of the fighters are Arab and 40% are Kurds . But they will know that the Turkish military can come'. Video from northern Syria shows United States patrols parked alongside Kurdish units flying the YPG flag.

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  • Former Florida lawmaker found guilty of fraud

    WJCT's Ryan Michael Benk reports the sentencing phase could take 90 days or longer for Brown, who left office earlier this year after losing her re-election bid in the district she had represented for almost a quarter-century. Brown's indictment said the Virginia-based One Door only gave out one scholarship for $1,200 to an unidentified person in Florida. Brown's attorney has argued Simmons, who was dating One Door founder Wiley at the time, was the mastermind and took advantage of the ...

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  • Malaysia deports Turks wanted over alleged Gulen links

    Malaysia deports Turks wanted over alleged Gulen links

    He also questioned Malaysia's decision to deport Mr Ozcelik, who he said had documents from the United Nations refugee agency UNHCR recognising him as an asylum seeker. Human Rights Office in Southeast Asia (OHCHR) said in a statement it had serious concerns regarding the safety of the men upon their return to Turkey and that other Turks in Malaysia could be targeted for alleged links to Gulen.

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  • Ex-congresswoman may spend rest of life in prison for fraud

    Brown, who is 70-years-old, was convicted on 18 counts of an indictment charging her with participating in a conspiracy involving a fraudulent education charity, concealing material facts on required financial disclosure forms, obstructing the due administration of the internal revenue laws and filing false tax returns.

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  • European Union countries united on Brexit negotiating guidelines

    European Union countries united on Brexit negotiating guidelines

    EU President Donald Tusk insisted Britain would also benefit if unity boosted the chances of a deal, after Prime Minister Theresa May accused the other 27 countries of ganging up on London. The Belgian prime minister warned colleagues against falling into a "trap" set by British negotiators trying to divide them, while others cautioned May that it was in Britain's interests, too, to ensure the other 27 stick together.

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  • Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's painting, watch to be auctioned

    Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's painting, watch to be auctioned

    Jackie Kennedy's Cartier wristwatch and a painting she made in 1963 as a gift to the giver are going up for auction in NY next month and could fetch up to $120,000, Christie's said on Thursday. Christie's described the watch, and the accompanying painting which was previously unknown to the public, as "two of the most important historic artifacts to surface in recent years from the golden era of the Kennedy Presidency".

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  • Intentarán frenar la instalación de peajes en Ruta 6

    Intentarán frenar la instalación de peajes en Ruta 6

    En tanto, la Defensoría del Pueblo también recurrirá a la Justicia para frenar la instalación de cabinas de cobros en la ruta 6. Pero el peaje, en rigor, nunca comenzó a cobrarse. No puede ser que piensen en cobrar peaje en el estado en que se encuentra la ruta. "Primero, la empresa tiene que arreglar la ruta con recursos propios, porque está en muy malas condiciones", señalaron desde la Defensoría del Pueblo.

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  • Comey Firing: Most Disapprove of Trump Action, Poll Shows

    Trump canceled a planned visit to Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters after the agency told him he was "unlikely to be greeted warmly" in the wake of his firing of the director. But during testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe directly contradicted her claims under oath Thursday.

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  • Twice warned, Donald Trump stuck by Flynn despite ties with Russian Federation

    Twice warned, Donald Trump stuck by Flynn despite ties with Russian Federation

    Yates' grandmother was one of the first women admitted to the Georgia Bar, she recalls in an conversation with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. But did the White House put any restrictions-any at all-on Flynn in the wake of Yates' warnings? On the morning of January 26, acting Attorney General Sally Yates called White House counsel Don McGahn with a matter so sensitive it couldn't be discussed by phone.

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