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  • Nigeria Chibok girls: Parents learning if daughters among those freed

    Nigeria Chibok girls: Parents learning if daughters among those freed

    One of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram in 2014 and who had the opportunity to be released on Saturday chose to stay with her husband, the spokesman for Nigeria's president said Tuesday, May 9. "We provide a range of assistance to Nigerian authorities in their efforts to combat Boko Haram and ISIS in West Africa". Activists and parents of the girls say they have been frustrated by a lack of contact and clarity about their future.

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  • Merrill Lynch Preps Commission-Based IRAs

    Merrill Lynch Preps Commission-Based IRAs

    Merrill Lynch reportedly got negative feedback on a fee-only model from both clients and advisors, which encouraged them to change their position. But in the memo sent to brokers on Thursday, Merrill Lynch head Andy Sieg wrote that the firm recognizes that in a limited number of situations, a fee-based account may not be in the client's best interest.

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  • North Korea sends rare letter of protest over new United States sanctions

    Moon also indicated that soon removing statues symbolizing Korean comfort women set up in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul and the Japanese consulate-general in Busan will be hard, given they were installed by private groups. The South Korean intelligence service said the charge was "groundless". "In face of the impeachment and arrest of an incumbent president, our people opened the path toward the future for the Republic of Korea", said Moon, referring to South Korea's formal name.

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  • Donald Trump speaks with new South Korean president

    Throw in the votes for all the also-rans, however, and you get a clear majority of the electorate preferring someone other than Moon. Furthermore, lacking an outright majority in the National Assembly, Moon's Minjoo Party will need to coordinate with others to address domestic reforms, with the centrist People's Party being the most likely partner.

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  • Tillerson: US won't insist nations adopt US values, rights

    Tillerson: US won't insist nations adopt US values, rights

    Last week, Tillerson called on all countries to suspend or downgrade diplomatic ties with Pyongyang, saying that North Korea abuses diplomatic privileges to help fund its arms programs. Security Council resolutions and, most importantly, deny North Korea the revenue streams it has used to advance its provocative programs..." But in remarks stretching to almost 40 minutes, he did not address the administration's proposed 28 percent budget cut for US diplomacy and foreign aid, which would ...

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  • Here's how it differs from regular Windows 10

    Windows 10 S will launch this summer on PCs starting at $189. Featuring a 13.5-inch edge-to-edge touchscreen made of Corning Gorilla Glass 3, the Surface Laptop weighs in at 2.76 pounds and is 14.47 millimeters thick. According to Extreme Tech , by locking these machines to the Windows Store is meant to ensure more consistent performance and improved battery life.

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  • North Korea vows to find 'plot' culprits

    The U.S. State Department issued a new travel warning Tuesday, advising Americans to stay away from North Korea. The Mission Center will use all of the resources of the CIA and other USA intelligence agencies to address ballistic and nuclear missile threats posed by North Korea, the CIA said on Wednesday.

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  • 'Tiembla' silla de Trump por Rusia

    El senador pidió de manera explícita al fiscal general adjunto, Rod Rosenstein, que dé ese paso e insistió en que dicha confianza está "en sus manos". Las declaraciones del mandatario resultaron sorpresivas por que marcaron una cambio total de la narrativa con la que la Casa Blanca buscó explicar el sorpresivo despido de Comey durante las pasadas 24 horas.

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  • Chibok Girls: FG ready to negotiate for release of captives

    Minister of women's affairs and social development Aisha Alhassan said: "We will not relent until all are back", as she addressed reporters in the capital Abuja. "I am still hopeful that the rest of the abducted girls will also return safe and sound", she said. Garba Shehu said that originally they had been negotiating the release of 83 girls, but one said she wanted to remain.

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  • When Trump asked for 'loyalty' at private dinner Comey 'refused'

    When Trump asked for 'loyalty' at private dinner Comey 'refused'

    White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders claimed Thursday that she had heard from "countless members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation who are grateful for the president's decision". Republican chairman of the panel, Richard Burr, and the top Democrat, Mark Warner, praised Mr Comey, with Mr Warner saying he was offended at Mr Trump's remarks.

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  • Despido de Comey no frena investigación sobre Rusia: director interino del FBI

    La intensa reacción al despido de Comey pareció tomar desprevenida a la Casa Blanca , ya que el director del FBI se había convertido en un paria entre los demócratas por su papel en la investigación de Clinton. La investigación acosa a Trump desde el primer día de su presidencia, aunque ha negado cualquier vínculo con Rusia o conocimiento de alguna coordinación de su campaña con Moscú .

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  • Former French Prime Minister Valls plans to back Macron in June elections

    The task of Macron, who's described himself as a "convinced European", will be to show Le Pen's voters resistant to Europe that he will follow through on his pledge to fundamentally reform the union. Now she wants a wider spectrum of voters, "those who choose France, defend its independence, its freedom, its prosperity, its security, its identity and its social model".

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  • Israel rebukes Sweden for supporting UNESCO resolution

    The resolution calls on Israel, as the "occupying power", to cease "persistent excavations, tunneling, works and projects in East Jerusalem ", which the Palestinians want as the capital of their future state. The Israeli premier also noted that he had ordered the Foreign Ministry to "cut an additional $1 million from the money Israel transfers to the United Nations ".

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  • Asesinan a sobrino político de Carolina Herrera en Caracas tras secuestro

    Asesinan a sobrino político de Carolina Herrera en Caracas tras secuestro

    Según el portal de noticias la patilla, Herrera fue secuestrado junto a su socio de negocios y quien fue identificado como Fabrizio Mendoza , cuando se encontraban en el Rey David de la Boyera . Al parecer los hombres fueron secuestrados la noche del jueves en un restaurante del este de la capital venezolana. De acuerdo a lo informado por el periodista Roman Camacho, se tuvo conocimiento que se pagó el rescate, sin embargo, los dos empresarios fueron asesinados.

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  • Trump advierte a ex director de FBI que no filtre conversaciones

    Este jueves, en una entrevista con la cadena NBC , Trump dijo que Comey "es un fanfarrón" y que el Buró Federal de Investigaciones ( FBI ) era "un descontrol" desde hacía tiempo. Donald Trump respondió: "Demócratas se han quejado durante meses y meses sobre Dir. ¡Falsos hipócritas!", tuiteó Trump . Ni los republicanos han cerrado filas en torno al mandatario, y más de una docena de senadores de este partido expresaron su preocupación ante la decisión del magnate.

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  • Lula niega cargos de corrupción y denuncia 'ensañamiento judicial'

    No quiero ser juzgado por interpretaciones, quiero ser juzgado por pruebas . "Quiero hacer más, hacerlo mejor y probar una vez más que la élite brasileña no tiene la capacidad para arreglar este país ", cerró el expresidente ante los periodistas y sus seguidores en las afueras del tribunal de Curitiba donde declaró.

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  • Health care repeal bill was a GOP ploy

    Health care repeal bill was a GOP ploy

    He's absolutely right. Australia does have better health care than we do. Or maybe the Senate bill will be so wondrous that a wave of amnesia will erase the House legislation from political memory. In northwestern Wisconsin, for instance, Joyce Luedke saw a difference between many in her state and U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy, a Republican who represents her.

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  • State Department tells Americans to stay away from North Korea

    State Department tells Americans to stay away from North Korea

    The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has announced the establishment of a Korea Mission Center dedicated to dealing with North Korea. Tension on the Korean peninsula has been high for weeks, driven by concern that North Korea might conduct its sixth nuclear test or test-launch another ballistic missile in defiance of U.N.

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  • Worldwide media report on Korea's 19th president, Moon Jae

    South Korea is highly appreciative of China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative, and expects it to bring prosperity to countries and regions along its routes, including South Korea and China, Moon said. In one of his first acts as president, Moon spoke by telephone with Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Lee Sun-jin. A short time later, Moon stepped out of his private home and received an emotional send-off from hundreds of residents, who shook his hand, hanged flowers on his neck and asked ...

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  • North Korea seeks extradition of South Korea spy chief over 'assassination plot'

    North Korea seeks extradition of South Korea spy chief over 'assassination plot'

    Moon, who took office on Wednesday, favours engagement with the North - whose key diplomatic backer is China - to bring it to the negotiating table over its nuclear and missile ambitions. The report also said North Korea is using military provocations to bolster the authority of supreme leader Kim Jong-un and perpetuate his rule. At the time, the deal was supposed to be an "irreversible" solution to the so-called comfort women issue that has dogged relations between the countries for decades.

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  • Al menos 14 muertos al explotar un almacén de pirotecnia en México

    Nueve personas murieron en el lugar de los hechos y cinco más en hospitales de la localidad , mientras que una treintena sufre heridas, la mayoría quemaduras de segundo y tercer grado. De forma extraoficial, los primeros informes señalan que entre los fallecidos se encuentra el mayordomo de la festividad y quien elaboró la pirotecnia.

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  • Trump asegura que reunión con Lavrov fue "muy buena"

    Trump comunicó a Comey de su despido en una carta donde dejó claro que había recibido mensajes del Fiscal General y del Fiscal General Adjunto recomendando su alejamiento del cargo."He aceptado las recomendaciones y por esa razón queda usted despedido y despojado del cargo, con efecto inmediato?, le comunicó Trump a Comey en la carta, cuyo contenido fue divulgado por la Casa Blanca ".

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  • Merkel recibirá el lunes al nuevo presidente francés Emmanuel Macron

    Merkel recibirá el lunes al nuevo presidente francés Emmanuel Macron

    La líder alemana mantendrá esa primera reunión con el nuevo jefe del Estado galo el lunes por la tarde, al día siguiente de su toma de posesión en París de manos de su antecesor, François Hollande . Merkel consideró que no existen motivos para modificar el Pacto Europeo de Estabilidad y Crecimiento, en respuesta a una exigencia del socialdemócrata Sigma Gabriel.

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  • Ministro argentino ve "perversa" la ley que beneficia a represor de dictadura

    La decisión del Supremo, aprobada con tres votos a favor y dos en contra, declara aplicable la ley 24 .390 (conocida como 2x1 ), que estuvo vigente entre 1994 y 2001 , actualmente derogada , y que señala que si la detención preventiva de un imputado dura más de dos años, a partir de ese plazo cada día se computará doble al establecer la duración de la pena .

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  • White House Struggles to Straighten Its Story on Comey

    Trump invited Comey to have dinner with him at the White House, and in the course of their conversation, the president asked Comey if he would pledge his loyalty to him. The president tweeted , "Again, the story that there was collusion between the Russians & Trump campaign was fabricated by Dems as an excuse for losing the election".

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