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  • Un juez de Hawai bloquea el veto migratorio revisado

    Un juez de Hawai bloquea el veto migratorio revisado

    Estos fallos judiciales suponen un segundo revés legal para el gobierno de Trump , que ya vio como la Justicia bloqueaba en febrero su primer veto. En Maryland , abogados argumentaron ante un juez federal que la medida modificada seguía siendo discriminatoria hacia los musulmanes. En Maryland , el juez respondió a un recurso presentado por la Unión Americana de Libertades Civiles y organizaciones que apoyan a inmigrantes y refugiados.

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  • TPG reaffirms guidance after interim underlying profit jumps

    TPG reaffirms guidance after interim underlying profit jumps

    TPG booked a net profit of $224 million for the six months ended January 31 from $202.5 million from the same period a year earlier on the back of an eight per cent rise in revenue to $1.24 billion. The company now says it has 1.91 million broadband subscribers, of which 921,000 are from TPG and 990,000 from iiNet. The latest results follow a 75 per cent surge in earnings for the company for the full year ending July, with iiNet delivering $242.6 million in earnings for the company since its ...

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  • Asesinan a balazos a periodista en Chihuahua

    Asesinan a balazos a periodista en Chihuahua

    Versiones extraoficiales indican que la Fiscalía de Chihuahua tiene un video en el que se observa la manera en que fue asesinada la periodista Miroslava Breach Velducea. De su lado, la delegación de la Unión Europea en México, junto con las embajadas de Suiza y Noruega, pidieron a México "una investigación expedita con el fin de identificar y juzgar a los responsables".

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  • Verdict in: Stafford found guilty of manslaughter and attempted manslaughter

    Verdict in: Stafford found guilty of manslaughter and attempted manslaughter

    What Stafford didn't know when he riddled the vehicle with 14 bullets was that Few's autistic son, Jeremy Mardis, was inside. At least four of those bullets tore into Jeremy, who died within minutes. Few testified earlier this week that the deputies never gave any audible warnings before the shooting. He said he learned of his son's death when he regained consciousness at a hospital six days after the shooting, on the day of Jeremy's funeral.

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  • Blacklisted by airlines, Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad takes train to Mumbai

    Blacklisted by airlines, Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad takes train to Mumbai

    Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad was forced to take a train after being blacklisted by Air India and FIA. He boarded August Kranti Express for Mumbai from Hazrat Nizamuddin station, said a senior Railway Ministry official. "They should not take it as their birthright to assault a person", said Sukumar. The Delhi police registered an FIR against Shiv Sena MP on charges of culpable homicide and criminal assault under sections 308 and 355.

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  • UP women cops take selfie with acid attack survivor, suspended

    UP women cops take selfie with acid attack survivor, suspended

    Earlier on Friday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had visited the survivor at the KGMU Hospital in Lucknow , while assuring strict action against the culprits. The arrests were made on Friday, approximately 24 hours after the incident came to light on Thursday, few days after the Anti-Romeo squads were put into place in the state to safeguard the women from the miscreants.

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  • Real Madrid linked with Chelsea ace

    Real Madrid linked with Chelsea ace

    Benzema was initially overlooked due to a suspension given to him by the French Football Federation for an off-the-field matter regarding teammate Mathieu Valbuena, but he has since been given the green light to be selected as part of boss Didier Deschamps' squad.

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  • India v Australia: fourth Test, day one

    India v Australia: fourth Test, day one

    On Friday, Kohli did come for the practice session, but skipped batting in the nets at the HPCA stadium, which will make its debut as a Test venue. He dived but he landed heavily on his right shoulder which forced him to be off the field for a long period of time.

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  • Docentes bonaerenses anunciaron que continuarán con las protestas

    Docentes bonaerenses anunciaron que continuarán con las protestas

    Mientras tanto, en la vereda de enfrente, el gobierno de María Eugenia Vidal adelantó que los convocará para el martes próximo para una reunión de "equipos técnicos", horas después del vencimiento de la conciliación obligatoria decretada, que los sindicatos no aceptaban para volver a sentarse en la mesa de negociación.

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  • Mike Bost Statement on GOP health care law

    The potential concessions to conservatives may also be problematic for the Republican leadership's bid to pass the bill, as they have turned off moderates in the party, Politico reported . Premiums and charges go to one place, and that place pays the providers. Among more affluent people, some who now make too much money to be eligible for subsidies would receive help in paying their premiums.

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  • Defeating ISIS is US' top goal in Mid-East: Tillerson

    Defeating ISIS is US' top goal in Mid-East: Tillerson

    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who is supported by Russian Federation and Iran, has said he saw scope for cooperation with Mr Trump, although he has dismissed the US-backed military campaign against ISIS in Syria as "only a few raids". Few details of Trump's plan have yet emerged, but he is said to have given U.S. commanders more leeway to conduct risky strikes on their own authority, and civilian casualties are increasing.

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  • Babies named Romeo and Juliet born 18 hours apart at same hospital

    Babies named Romeo and Juliet born 18 hours apart at same hospital

    But by coincidence baby Romeo and baby Juliet started their lives on Saturday 18 March at Blufton Hospital in South Carolina, US. Their parents had never even met before! The hospital's newborn photographer, Cassie Clayshulte , posted photos of the camera-ready couple to Facebook , where the story got shared over 1,000 times.

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  • India, Russia sign long-term support pact on Sukhoi Su-30MKI

    India, Russia sign long-term support pact on Sukhoi Su-30MKI

    A beginning was made at the Conference by signing of two agreements between Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and United Aircraft Corporation and United Engine Corporation of Russian Federation, for general terms and conditions governing long term supply of spares and rendering technical assistance over five years for the Su -30 MKI aircraft.

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  • Pathankot airbase on alert

    Pathankot airbase on alert

    The joint operation of the Punjab Police, Army, Air Force and Himachal Pradesh Police was launched yesterday in villages and other areas near the airbase which had witnessed a terror attack a year ago, Pathankot SSP Nilambari Vijayjagdale said.

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  • Coalition air strike in Mosul now thought to have killed near 200

    Coalition air strike in Mosul now thought to have killed near 200

    US officials, who weren't authorized to speak publicly about the ongoing investigation, said initial indications are that a truck loaded with fuel or explosives may have been inadvertently hit, causing a massive explosion. Since October, around 340,000 people have fled all parts of Mosul, but 70,000 have returned to the eastern part of the city, leaving about 270,000 displaced, according to UNHCR figures.

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  • Federal judge sides with Trump administration in travel ban case

    Federal judge sides with Trump administration in travel ban case

    They also noted that since Trump called for a Muslim ban while campaigning, his order violated freedom of religion. That first executive order, which would have prohibited citizens from seven predominantly Muslim nations from entering the U.S., was quickly struck down by a series of court rulings around the country.

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  • Infrared based super-fast Wi-Fi could soon be a reality

    Infrared based super-fast Wi-Fi could soon be a reality

    Data will come from these antennas capable of precisely directing rays of light coming from an optical fiber source. Since there are no moving parts, it is maintenance-free and even doesn't need any power. In the tests, the researchers were able to achieve download speeds of 42.8 Gbit/s. And the best part is the infrared ray is harmless for your eyes.

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  • TORPEDO: Freedom Caucus To Oppose Healthcare Bill With 25 Members, Sinking It

    TORPEDO: Freedom Caucus To Oppose Healthcare Bill With 25 Members, Sinking It

    All campaign long, Trump promised he'd replace Obamacare with "something terrific ", a message that so many of his supporters took to heart, eagerly awaiting a plan that would speak to their needs. But according to CNN's Phil Mattingly, Ohio representative Pat Tiberi, a Ways & Means Republican and top leadership ally dating to the years of House speaker John Boehner, said the Affordable Care Act's "Title One regs, a big component of what the Freedom Caucus is asking for now, are not in ...

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  • Worrying Scenes As Seamus Coleman Victim Of Neil Taylor Horror Tackle

    Worrying Scenes As Seamus Coleman Victim Of Neil Taylor Horror Tackle

    Of course it's the way of the modern full-back but Coleman has been doing it for years and he's one of the best around at it. Nothing else matters, certainly not to Seamus Coleman this weekend. Subs: Vokes 5, Richards 5. It looked for a second like McClean was going to take Bale out in the wrong way, but instead made the challenge with pin-point accuracy.

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  • Demócratas amenazan con bloquear fondos para el muro fronterizo de Donald Trump

    Demócratas amenazan con bloquear fondos para el muro fronterizo de Donald Trump

    Dirigida al lider republicano, Mitch McConnell la misiva expresa que la bancada del presidente Trump no tendrá los votos que requiere para mantener abierto el gobierno después del 28 de abril . En este comunicado aseguran estar en contra de que el gobierno apruebe los fondos que el gobierno federal solicitó para construir el muro que tendría un costo de 23 mil millones de dólares .

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  • Expresidenta argentina es enviada a juicio oral

    Expresidenta argentina es enviada a juicio oral

    La expresidenta Cristina Fernández de Kirchner fue enviada a juicio oral y público junto al exministro de Economía Axel Kicillof y al extitular del Banco Central Alejandro Vanoli , en la causa en la que están procesados por administración fraudulenta en perjuicio del Estado, como consecuencia de la venta de dólar a futuro al final de su gobierno.

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  • Colombia envía 30 toneladas en ayudas humanitarias tras emergencias en Perú

    La delegación está encabezada por el Comandante de las Fuerzas Militares de Colombia, Juan Pablo Rodríguez Barragán, precisó la agencia EFE. El presidente de la República, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, agradeció a su homólogo de Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, por al ayuda humanitaria brindada para los damnificados por los estragos del fenómeno de El Niño costero acontecido en nuestro país.

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  • Alistan operativo especial por Semana Santa

    Marco Antonio Villegas, a diseñar el operativo correspondiente a este año para obtener un saldo blanco. Se acerca el periodo vacacional y las autoridades se preparan para hacer esta temporada más segura. En tanto, Fernando Andrade Vicencio, coordinador operativo de la Fiscalía General del Estado, informó que la dependencia dispondrá de cuatro mil elementos y 400 unidades.

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