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  • Incertidumbre y volatilidad si López Obrador gana presidencia en 2018

    Dijo que percibe que los dirigentes del PRD tienen un acuerdo con Enrique Peña Nieto y están actuando como paleros. Yunes Linares lamentó que la mañana de este jueves en Pánuco, López Obrador afirmó que el Ejército Mexicano había ejecutado a un campesino, lo cual es absolutamente falso; "no es un campesino, es un delincuente organizado que portaba armas de alto poder, chalecos contra balas y que había asesinado por la espalda a un soldado", abundó.

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  • Papa Francisco recorre las calles de Fátima

    Papa Francisco recorre las calles de Fátima

    Jorge Bergolgio recordó "la sangre del Cordero derramada todavía en todas las guerras que destruyen el mundo en que vivimos" y pidió que la Iglesia sea "imagen de la columna luminosa que alumbra los caminos del mundo, mostrando que Dios existe".

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  • Bonafini y Cortiñas se cruzaron duro después de la movilización

    En ningún momento hice en mis palabras una defensa de cualquier atajo que se quiera utilizar para las penas de los represores. Luego de la multitudinaria marcha en contra del fallo de la Corte Suprema de Justicia que avaló la aplicación del 2x1 para un represor, el gobierno nacional intenta "retomar el diálogo " con los organismos de derechos humanos .

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  • North Korea claims US poses 'nuclear threats'

    North Korea claims US poses 'nuclear threats'

    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson urged the United Nations Wednesday to consider new sanctions against North Korea if Kim Jun Un continued to move forward with his plans to build a nuclear missile capable of striking the US, according to Reuters .

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  • UAE to acquire Patriot missiles from US

    UAE to acquire Patriot missiles from US

    The Department of State said the proposed deal will benefit the USA foreign policy and national security since it will strengthen the security of an important ally which has been and remains the power that ensures political stability and economic progress in the Middle East.

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  • Spain says several firms hit by cyberattacks

    The malware is alleged to have been leaked or stolen from the National Security Agency, as the Bleeping Computer site reports. The Department of Homeland Security says it's coordinating with "international cyber partners" in the wake of the widespread attacks.

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  • Trump Threatens to Stop White House Press Briefings

    Once his team, which learned of Trump's decision to oust Comey just an hour before it happened, finally settled on a message - that Trump relied on a memo from Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Trump said in his brief statement about firing Comey on Tuesday that the FBI chief had told him three times that he was not under investigation in the Russian Federation probe.

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  • Ohio man took hostages before killing 3 people

    The suspect was also found killed. Disario, a father of six who was expecting another child, had only been police chief for around three weeks, Thorp said. "These things don't happen here". "I thought it was a tire blown out", Rogers said. "He was yelling and screaming. It was just a nightmare". The other residents of Pine Kirk have been taken to local hospitals where they will stay for the night.

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  • US Candymakers Band Together to Reduce Calories

    Smaller portion sizes and innovative new product launches will bring the average calorie count down; now, more than 60% of the companies' individually wrapped chocolate bars fall below 250kcal. The volume of USA retail sales of packaged confectionery declined 1.9 per cent to 2.47 million tonnes in 2016 from 2011, while sales of savory snacks rose 9.5 per cent to 4.26 million tonnes, Euromonitor International data shows.

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  • Beijing gets its own way in ASEAN chair's statement

    Beijing gets its own way in ASEAN chair's statement

    Leaders from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations ( ASEAN ) have welcomed the progress made in negotiations on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) during their summit, saying the giant free trade pact will boost global trade.

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  • Heavy gunfire in Ivory Coast in latest military unrest

    Heavy gunfire in Ivory Coast in latest military unrest

    Soldiers, mostly former rebels who battled for years to bring Ouattara to power, seized control of the second biggest city, Bouake, in a January uprising that quickly spread, forcing the government to capitulate to some demands. He said the mutineers would seal off access to Bouake in the evening if the authorities failed to respond. "I wasn't able to enter", said the officer, who works at the headquarters located in the centre of the city.

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  • Four on for Gunners - Mustafi

    Four on for Gunners - Mustafi

    It was a fourth win in five league matches for Arsenal , whose manager Arsene Wenger has faced increasing calls to end his lengthy tenure following another disappointing season, although they do have an FA Cup final against Chelsea coming up.

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  • Senate panel seeks Flynn documents in Russia probe

    Senate panel seeks Flynn documents in Russia probe

    Concerns have also been raised about undisclosed payments Flynn received from the Russia-backed TV network RT, and his unregistered lobbying that may have benefited Turkey, which took place when he was advising the Trump campaign. Flynn has been a focus of investigations into Russian Federation and the election. Each has offered to testify in Congressional probes. His ouster, on Feb 13 after less than four weeks as national security adviser, came after he was shown to have lied to ...

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  • 'It takes up the whole river!' US ports welcome giant ship

    'It takes up the whole river!' US ports welcome giant ship

    At 1,200 feet bow-to-stern, the COSCO Development is longer than the Statue of Liberty and Washington Monument combined. At 1,201 feet long and 158 feet wide, the ship is the largest vessel ever to call on the U.S. "Maybe it's a warning shot that these US ports need to get these improvements finished", Walker said. Earlier this month, the COSCO Development became the biggest ship ever to traverse the recently enlarged Panama Canal.

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  • Whitehouse was warned about Flynn's blackmail risk

    Whitehouse was warned about Flynn's blackmail risk

    Graham asked Yates whether she had any information about whether there was collusion between members of the Trump campaign and Russian Federation. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File). Yates called McGahn first thing that morning to tell him she had "a very sensitive matter" that had to be discussed face to face. Later that day, at the White House, she told him there was an alarming discrepancy between how Trump officials, including Pence, were characterizing Flynn's contacts with ...

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  • Alberto Fujimori pasó la noche internado en clínica de Pueblo Libre

    No desistimos de la batalla en el campo jurídico. Consultado por la prensa, el presidente Pedro Pablo Kuczynski reiteró que su gobierno "no está avaluando un posible indulto para Fujimori" y lamentó que el Congreso haya archivado el proyecto que habría beneficiado al ex presidente con el arresto domiciliario, una norma que él si estaba dispuesto a firmar.

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  • Lavrov and Trump to discuss anti-terrorism cooperation

    Lavrov and Trump to discuss anti-terrorism cooperation

    On Wednesday, they focused on areas of budding agreement and Lavrov sought to blame the recent acrimony on former President Barack Obama. In a Senate hearing Monday, former acting Attorney General Sally Yates said she bluntly warned Trump's White House in January that Flynn "essentially could be blackmailed" by the Russians because he apparently had lied to his bosses about his contacts with Kislyak.

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  • Alberto Fujimori permanece en cuidados intensivos

    Alberto Fujimori permanece en cuidados intensivos

    El congresista Gino Costa (Peruanos por el Kambio) criticó duramente a la bancada de Fuerza Popular por su rechazo a la propuesta del legislador Roberto Vieira que podría haber beneficiado el exmandatario Alberto Fujimori con el arresto domiciliario.

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  • Moon and China's Xi agree to improve ties, denuclearize N. Korea

    Moon and China's Xi agree to improve ties, denuclearize N. Korea

    Referring to President Moon's inauguration speech where he said that he's willing to visit Pyongyang when certain conditions are met, Putin said he welcomes all statements and actions that can alleviate tensions on the Korean Peninsula. efforts to increase pressure through further isolation and sanctions. The White House did not specify a date for the visit. As a lawmaker, he had helped to revise a law on support for South Korean firms at the joint Kaesong industrial complex, which was ...

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  • Microsoft launches $999 Surface Laptop running Windows 10 S

    Anyone needing to use professional tools or non-Store software will need to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro. "This is a one-way switch, as when a user is running Windows 10 Pro they can install anything-but this is the magic of the open Windows platform, which we plan to always continue to make available alongside Windows 10 S ", said Terry Myerson / Executive Vice President, Windows and Devices Group, in a blog post .

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  • Mexican activist who searched for disappeared is slain

    Mexican activist who searched for disappeared is slain

    It added that it was "even more chilling" that Rodriguez's death took place on Mexico's Mother's Day, a day it said has in recent years become an emblem of the fight for justice of the disappeared. Still, the statement said, the state government responded to Rodriguez's request for protection after the escape, sending police to patrol outside her home three times a day.

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  • Michael Slager to plead guilty in connection with killing of Walter Scott

    Michael Slager to plead guilty in connection with killing of Walter Scott

    As part of the deal , the state of SC will not pursue a murder charge against Slager. Slager was also indicted past year on charges of using a firearm in committing a crime of violence and obstructing justice. The last few years have been rife with cases of unarmed Black men dying at the hands of officers sworn to "protect and serve" to very communities they terrorize.

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  • Moon Seeks to Mend China Ties Over Thaad in Call With Xi

    On his second day in office, President Moon Jae-in spoke on the phone with the leaders of South Korea's two most important neighbors: China, followed by Japan. He has promised to be a President of the people and review ties between political parties and South Korean family-run businesses called chaebol to bring an end to widespread corruption.

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  • Microsoft prepares Office desktop apps for Windows Store

    First spotted by Tom Warren of The Verge , Microsoft plainly says so in a Windows 10 S FAQ . In terms of specs, you won't get disappointed as the Surface Laptop packs Intel's latest and greatest Kaby Lake processors, up to 16GB of RAM and up to 512GB of SSD storage.

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  • Reprimen a abuelos con gas pimienta

    Un funcionario de la PNB ofreció a los manifestantes permitir que la marcha avanzara por una segunda ruta, donde luego permitiría que una pequeña comisión de personas avanzara hasta la Defensoría y entregara allí un documento con sus reclamos.

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  • Merrill Blasts Trump's Voter Fraud Commission

    In an executive order titled "Establishment of presidential advisory commission on election integrity", Trump said the move was aimed at promoting "fair and honest federal elections". Mr Trump won the presidency with an Electoral College victory despite losing to Mrs Clinton by almost three million votes. The president claimed that he and Ayotte both would have been victorious in the Granite State if not for the "thousands" of people who were "brought in on buses" from neighboring MA to ...

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  • N.Korea seeks extradition of S.Korea spy chief over "assassination plot"

    White House declined to comment on the statement from the North's Ministry of State Security last week. Nixon, the former analyst, said he also expects significant cooperation with South Korean intelligence services going forward. North Korea is holding four American citizens, and the current outlook for their return is not particularly promising. The country's Joint Chiefs of Staff has prepared a system called the Korea Massive Punishment and Retaliation (KMPR) that would involve ...

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