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  • Man held for shooting spree in California

    Shortly before 11 a.m., he approached two men sitting in a Pacific Gas and Electric Co. truck on a tree-lined street in downtown Fresno. On Wednesday, the mother of one of those killed, 37-year-old Mark Gassett, came to the sidewalk where her son died.

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  • O'Sullivan: I am exhausted of being bullied

    Crucible legend Stephen Hendry has written off old rival Ronnie O'Sullivan lifting the Betfred World Championship this year. "I have a good friend who said, "let my lawyers deal with it", and I am not being bullied any more and having people do that to me ever again".

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  • UN Security Council fails to condemn North Korea's missile test

    It comes just one day after Tillerson, as part of President Donald Trump's hardline stance against North Korea, said the United States is exploring ways to put pressure on Pyongyang. China on Wednesday put its land-attack, cruise-missile-capable bombers "on high alert" and the USA sees it as evidence that Beijing is preparing to respond to a potential situation in North Korea, a U.S.

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  • Ann Coulter called off by Barkeleys

    During a news conference earlier Thursday, UC Berkeley police Capt. Alex Yao said "very specific and credible threats of violence " had been received in connection with the announced Coulter event, and that officials canceled the speech for that reason.

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  • Bernie Sanders explains opposition to Syria strike

    Hayes followed up by asking Perez, sitting next to Sanders, if he agreed with the Vermont senator's approach. During his talk last night, Sanders again targeted perceived Democratic failures, saying "Our job is to radically transform the Democratic party".

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  • United Nations assessment reveals extensive destruction in western Mosul

    MOSUL, Iraq Iraqi forces gained ground in door-to-door fighting in the Old City of Mosul, a military spokesman said on Monday, as the USA -backed offensive to capture Islamic State's de facto capital in Iraq entered its seventh month. Iraqi Federal Police fires his rifle at Islamic State fighters' positions at Bab al Jadid district in the old city of Mosul, Iraq, March 26, 2017.

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  • Foreign ministers of US, ASEAN to meet in May

    The United States can make the designated countries subject to economic sanctions, such as the suspension of US assistance - excluding aid for humanitarian purposes - and a halt to financial provisions from global financial institutions. The U.S. had been considering military options over North Korea's nuclear program. But the United States administration of former President George W.

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  • París: el Estado Islámico reivindicó el ataque contra la Policía francesa

    París: el Estado Islámico reivindicó el ataque contra la Policía francesa

    El agresor fue abatido en respuesta a los disparos, apuntó. El motivo del ataque aún no ha sido establecido por las autoridades pero es investigado. Esta semana se informó que dos hombres detenidos en Marsella son sospechosos de preparar un "violento ataque inminente" previo a las elecciones presidenciales del domingo, dijo el ministro del Interior francés, Matthias Fekl, a BFM, filial de CNN .

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  • Apple recruits two Google Satellite Executives

    Apple recruits two Google Satellite Executives

    Both now allegedly report to Greg Duffy, the Dropcam cofounder who joined Apple in January. While Fenwick's and Trela's resumes suggest Apple could be going into satellites, it's of course possible that the company hired them to do something outside that space.

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  • Murder Victim's Father Takes No Joy In Aaron Hernandez's Death

    Hernandez was once an up and coming star tight end for the Patriots and was signed to a $41 million contract back in 2012. Though the medical examiner ruled that Hernandez died from self-imposed asphyxia, some people have speculated that there might have been foul play involved in the prison cell hanging, which occurred just days after Hernandez had been acquitted of a double murder and was in the middle of appealing a separate murder for which he had been convicted.

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  • United Kingdom parliament votes in favour of early election

    Under current legislation, parliaments have to sit for five years before new elections take place. A two-thirds majority of MPs must agree to a move that will shorten the lifespan of a parliament. She will likely get it, since Labour has welcomed the early election. While snap elections are a gamble, it looks like May's Conservative Party will win big on June 8.

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  • US VP Pence says seeks fairer trade with Indonesia

    In South Korea and Japan, Pence played down protectionist declarations of "America first" and reaffirmed United States treaty commitments to the security of the two countries as tensions rise over Pyongyang's nuclear program. But Pence foreshadowed some reworking of the commercial and economic relationship saying that US exporters should face a level playing field. Pence arrived in Jakarta late on Wednesday from Japan where he reassured Tokyo of a US commitment to rein in North Korea's ...

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  • Argentina: cae sicario que escapó del hospital Carrión del Callao

    Argentina: cae sicario que escapó del hospital Carrión del Callao

    Y agregó: " Se trata de un hombre muy peligroso que había escapado en dos oportunidades y hoy está nuevamente a disposición de la Justicia ". Según las investigaciones policiales, Gerson Gálvez Calle, alias 'Caracol', entonces jefe de la organización criminal 'Barrio King' organizó la fuga del nosocomio para que Santillán Ríos participe en el asesinato de Wilbur Castillo , ex colaborador de la Municipalidad del Callao , el 2 de diciembre del año 2015.

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  • La era de la paciencia ha terminado: Pence

    La era de la paciencia ha terminado: Pence

    El político surcoreano prometió que ambos países tomarán "medidas punitivas" en caso de futuras provocaciones de Pyongyang , cuyo gobierno ha dicho que está listo para enfrentar cualquier agresión norteamericana. Haciendo eco de las declaraciones del secretario de Estado, Rex Tillerson , el mes pasado, Pence dijo que la "era de la paciencia estratégica ha terminado".

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  • Canada's Trudeau defends dairy system after Trump blast

    Canada's Trudeau defends dairy system after Trump blast

    The reality is that the USA just happens to be the first country with the gall to come out and say what industry representatives in Australia, Mexico, New Zealand, and the European Union all support - that Canada is unfairly restricting imports and propping up domestic producers at the expense of the rest of the world.

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  • Britain set for snap election in Brexit shadow

    Whilst those voting for the government motion significantly outnumbered those opposed, under the provisions of the Fixed-term Parliaments Act the votes had to beat a two-thirds figure. European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said yesterday that the "real political" negotiations of Brexit will start after the snap British election.

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  • Ousted leader Park charged with bribery

    Prosecutors and an independent counsel indicted no fewer than 42 suspects in the scandal, including Choi and former Park aides An Chong-bum and Kim Ki-choon, whose trial has been going on for months already. Park has repeatedly apologized for the upset caused by the scandal but never admitted any wrongdoing, blaming Choi for abusing their friendship. To build up the bribery charge, the prosecution stretched the bribe sum by including money demanded of or pledged by companies in exchange of ...

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  • Por caída de rayo fue cerrada pista norte del aeropuerto El Dorado

    Por caída de rayo fue cerrada pista norte del aeropuerto El Dorado

    Personal de la Aerocivil que se encarga del mantenimiento de la pista trabaja para restablecer la operación aérea en el menor tiempo posible. Durante el día, junto al aeródromo bogotano, también han tenido interrupciones en los vuelos, las terminales aéreas de las capitales departamentales de Popayán y Montería.

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  • Hasta 55 años de cárcel para exgobernador Javier Duarte

    Hasta 55 años de cárcel para exgobernador Javier Duarte

    De las nueve órdenes de aprehensión liberadas a la PGR por delincuencia organizada y lavado de dinero , faltan cuatro por cumplimentar y corresponden a Moisés Mansur Cysneiros, empresario señalado por ser presuntamente prestanombres del ex gobernador y quien es investigado por los gobiernos de México y España, al sumar un patrimonio de 7.2 millones de dólares y tres viviendas por más de 400 metros cuadrados.

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  • Capriles anuncia que someterá su inhabilitación a referéndum

    El Gobierno de España, por su parte, expresó que " esta medida dificulta aún más que pueda desarrollarse un diálogo sincero y efectivo entre gobierno y oposición, necesario para que se alcance un amplio acuerdo nacional que permita la normalización institucional y la recuperación económica ", declaró el Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores español en un comunicado .

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  • Convocan a nuevas manifestaciones en Venezuela este jueves

    Convocan a nuevas manifestaciones en Venezuela este jueves

    Una veintena de venezolanos residentes en Honduras protestó hoy en Tegucigalpa contra el Gobierno de Nicolás Maduro, al que acusan de la crisis política y social que vive Venezuela . Las manifestaciones se producen cuando ya han transcurrido casi tres semanas de protestas antigubernamentales de calle que han dejado al menos ocho muertos -entre ellos un agente policial- decenas de heridos y más de 500 detenidos , de los que más de 200 se mantienen privados de libertad, según balances ...

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  • SKorea's ex-president Park indicted for bribery

    SKorea's ex-president Park indicted for bribery

    Samsung's de facto leader Lee Jae-yong is on trial for offering or promising to offer bribes to Park and Choi in return for helping him tighten his control over his firm through a merger of two key units. If convicted, she could face a prison term ranging from 10 years to life. The sprawling corruption scandal implicated the leadership of Samsung, the nation's largest conglomerate, and other big businesses, rekindling public furor over decades-old ties between government and big businesses ...

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  • General Motors stops business in Venezuela

    General Motors stops business in Venezuela

    Protesters are outraged at the leadership of President Nicolas Maduro. State Department Mark Toner says USA officials are reviewing the details of an nearly 20-year-old lawsuit that led the Venezuelan government to seize a General Motors factory in the South American country.

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  • URUGUAY: La tensión con Corea del Norte escala tras el despliegue militar

    URUGUAY: La tensión con Corea del Norte escala tras el despliegue militar

    En tanto en Estados Unidos , Donald Trump aprovecha las reuniones que todavía mantiene con algunos mandatarios para agregar aliados a sus filas y ponerlo en contra de Siria y sus apoyos como Rusia y Corea del Norte . Si China decide ayudar, sería grande. "Si no, resolveremos el problema sin ellos", escribió Trump en la importante red social. Además, Corea del Norte tiene uno de los ejércitos más poderosos del mundo y está dotado de la estratégica bomba atómica (tendría hasta 15 ...

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  • VP Pence aims to reassure Australia after tense Trump call

    The Foreign Ministry said that Indonesia and the United States under President Donald Trump are committed to building a strong partnership. Pence said that the chief objective of his visit was to signal "the high value" that the United States places on its strategic partnership with Indonesia, forged during the Obama administration (See: "The New US-Indonesia Strategic Partnership After Jokowi's Visit").

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