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  • Cartes, en celebración principal en Fátima

    Cartes, en celebración principal en Fátima

    Desde la capilla de las apariciones, Francisco alejó la idea de una imagen de María "como deteniendo el brazo justiciero de Dios listo para castigar". Ya al pie de la imponente basílica, el papa rezó en silencio durante unos diez minutos frente a la talla de la Virgen en la Capilla de las Apariciones, construida en el sitio donde, según la creencia católica, la madre de Jesús se apareció por primera vez, el 13 de mayo de 1917, a tres jóvenes pastores de este pueblo humilde.

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  • After Comey Firing, Calls For Independent Probe Come In Lots Of Flavors

    After Comey Firing, Calls For Independent Probe Come In Lots Of Flavors

    That same day, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer told Bloomberg News that he no longer had confidence in Mr. Comey. FBI Director James Comey testifies before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on May 3. In defending the decision, officials leaned on a memo from Mr Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, that criticised Mr Comey's handling of the Clinton investigation.

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  • Asegura Del Mazo erradicará trata de personas en Edomex

    Adelantó que al cierre de la elección, ya en cuatro semanas, habrá completado un catálogo de 101 propuestas, con lo que espera convencer a la población de que es la mejor alternativa de entre las que están en competencia electoral. "Este hecho de ser comprobado constituye un acto ilícito que además de sus efectos penales transgrede la equidad electoral en el Estado de México .

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  • Balch Springs PD terminates officer who shot Jordan Edwards

    Balch Springs police said officers responded to a report of intoxicated teenagers on a residential street in the 12300 block of Baron Drive Saturday night. According to Merritt, Edwards 16-year-old brother was driving the vehicle and at first was unaware that his brother had been hit and "attempted to get away from the gunshots".

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  • White House denies Trump asked Comey for loyalty pledge

    White House denies Trump asked Comey for loyalty pledge

    Giving more details about Trump's meetings with Comey , Spicer said Trump was seeking assurances from the FBI director that he wasn't under investigation because he wanted to fight back against "the narrative" building around the Russian Federation story.

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  • Casi 100 países afectados tras ataque informático

    Ese análisis fue confirmado por funcionarios de seguridad occidentales, que todavía están luchando para contener el ataque que afectó a los hospitales y las prácticas de los médicos en todo el Reino Unido, acotó. El mensaje decía "Ooops, sus archivos han sido encriptados!" y exigía que el pago fuera efectuado en tres días bajo amenaza de duplicar el precio, y que en caso de que no se abonara en siete días los archivos serían borrados ( ver nota aparte ).

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  • Hombre asesina a policía y dos personas más en Ohio

    Hombre asesina a policía y dos personas más en Ohio

    Las empleadas eran la enfermera Marlina Medrano y Cindy Krantz, de 48 años, asesora de enfermería. Dijo que Disario era padre de seis hijos y que un séptimo viene en camino . Cuando se realizó un disparo contra Disario , los rehenes escaparon ilesos. Cuando otros agentes llegaron al lugar de los hechos descubrieron al oficial tendido en la calle, y luego encontraron otros tres cuerpos en el interior del asilo Pine Kirk Care Center de Kirkersville , ubicado a 25 millas de la ciudad de ...

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  • Macron se reunirá con Merkel el próximo lunes en Berlín

    Macron se reunirá con Merkel el próximo lunes en Berlín

    La dirigente alemana, que ya recibió a Macron , un político centrista y europeísta, durante la campaña electoral francesa, lo felicitó calurosamente tras su victoria el pasado 7 de mayo. Merkel expresó, asimismo el lunes, su confianza en que con Macron se mantendrá la fortaleza y solidez del eje franco-alemán, aunque avanzó que no ve motivos para cambiar el Pacto Europeo de Estabilidad y Crecimiento.

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  • Kurdish-led forces say they will advance on IS capital

    The SDF also announced it would hand over the town to civilian administrators. Tabqa and the nearby dam, Syria's largest, were seized a day earlier in an offensive that lasted almost seven weeks, with the backing of airstrikes from the worldwide coalition.

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  • Attorney: Officer threatened black man before fatal shooting

    Attorney: Officer threatened black man before fatal shooting

    Myra Richardson, an organizer with The Wave, a youth-led activist group in Baton Rouge , said Sterling's case is "representative of the longstanding history of violence that is sanctioned by the state and mistrust in the police". If there is anything you need, please communicate with us. John McLindon, Salamoni's attorney, said he can't comment until he reads an official report from the Justice Department.

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  • Joao Rojas y Jorge Benítez, transferibles en Cruz Azul

    Joao Rojas y Jorge Benítez, transferibles en Cruz Azul

    El club que este año no anduvo bien en la Liga Mexicana , lo puso en la bolsa de jugadores transferibles junto a Jorge Benítez , Richard Ruiz , Juan García, Marc Crosas , Gerardo Flore y Lucas Silva . El delantero Joao Rojas ya no encaja en los planes de Cruz Azul para la siguiente temporada. Sin duda, la lista difundida por Cruz Azul llega en buen momento para comenzar los nuevos cambios que hará Francisco Jémez.

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  • Coming This Summer: More Ticks and a Deadly New Tick-Borne Disease

    Coming This Summer: More Ticks and a Deadly New Tick-Borne Disease

    Powassan virus is much rarer, with only 75 cases reported in the last decade. By measuring probable cases since 2008 and estimated cases since 2012, officials are becoming more aware of just how widespread the disease can be. Lyme disease has many other symptoms and is often misdiagnosed as chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, arthritis, bipolar disorder, Parkinson's or even ALS.

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  • 2nd of 4 Confederate monuments removed

    Lee at Lee Circle and the statue of P.G.T. Beauregard at the entrance to City Park. It's one of four monuments the New Orleans City Council declared nuisances in December 2015 and the second that Mayor Mitch Landrieu will have removed.

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  • India uneasy over China's Belt and Road project

    After the meeting, both sides signed a series of agreements for cooperation in different sectors. The initiative refers to the Silk Road Economic Belt that links China with Europe through Central and Western Asia by inland routes, and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road connecting China with Southeast Asia, Africa and Europe by sea.

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  • Sends Donald Trump a Strong Message About Climate Change

    Each nation under the agreement has to pledge how much it will cut its emissions, and it's already clear the Trump administration can't meet the Obama administration's pledge to cut emissions between 26 and 28 percent below 2005 levels by 2025, or eight years from now.

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  • Trump retaliates on Twitter over Russian Federation photos

    Trump retaliates on Twitter over Russian Federation photos

    During the transition, Mr Trump's advisers floated the idea of moving the media from the White House to the nearby Executive Office Building to accommodate media interest. Kislyak was also absent from the original scheduling of the meeting and went similarly unmentioned in the White House's readout of the meeting. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is directing federal prosecutors to pursue the most serious charges possible against the vast majority of criminal suspects, a reversal of Obama-era ...

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  • Macedonian crisis erupts in violence

    Macedonian crisis erupts in violence

    Zaev told reporters on Friday he expected the speaker to assume his duties and send a letter to notify the president of the new majority. Thursday's bloody clashes - in which more than 100 people, including the head of a small Albanian party and the leader of the Social Democrats, were injured by conservative protesters - have brought back memories of the violence from 16 years ago.

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  • Moon, Abe agree to co-operate on North Korea

    The accusations come amid high tensions between the U.S. and North Korea, which in recent months ramped up missile and nuclear tests in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions. The North further said that a South Korean agent named Jo Ki Chol and a "secret agent" named Xu Guanghai, director general of the Qingdao NAZCA Trade Co.

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  • Trump advierte a Comey que no hable con la prensa — LO ULTIMO

    Además, McCabe calificó la investigación que se llevaba adelante como "altamente significativa" y aseguró a los senadores de la comisión de inteligencia del Capitolio, que la destitución de Comey no afectará la indagatoria. "Nadie puede impedir a los hombres y mujeres del FBI que hagan lo correcto ", afirmó. Añadió que haber sido el subordinado de Comey había sido el "mayor privilegio" de su carrera.

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  • Venezuela felicita al puebo y al Presidente electo de Francia Emmanuel Macron

    Macron derrotó el domingo de forma contundente a la líder de ultraderecha Marine Le Pen, y ahora debe conseguir una mayoría para su movimiento político, fundado hace un año, en las elecciones parlamentarias de mediados de junio. El secretario general del ultraderechista Frente Nacional (FN), Nicolas Bay, aseguró que "ha quedado atrás la división entre izquierdas y derechas y ha dejado paso a la división entre mundialistas y patriotas".

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  • Central Intelligence Agency creates 'Korea Mission Center' amid growing concern over N. Korea

    New South Korean President Moon Jae-in has told Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe that their countries must not let their hard histories hamper co-operation in dealing with North Korea's nuclear program. The State Department is strongly warning USA citizens against traveling to North Korea after the reported recent detention of two Korean-Americans who had taught at a university there.

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  • Sessions enacts harsher sentences for drug crimes

    Sessions enacts harsher sentences for drug crimes

    Schiff pointed out another concern about longer prison sentences perhaps leading to more prison overcrowding . "It is an ideologically motivated, cookie-cutter approach that has only been proven to generate unfairly long sentences that are often applied indiscriminately and do little to achieve long-term public safety ", he said in a statement .

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