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  • Xi, new South Korean leader talk nuclear

    Meanwhile, Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated Mr Moon on his election, saying he would be willing to work with him on a basis of "mutual understanding and mutual respect". FILE - South Koreans on a bus bid farewell to their North Korean relatives after a rare reunion meeting at Diamond Mountain resort in North Korea, Oct.

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  • 16-foot python wrangled on camera in Florida Everglades

    16-foot python wrangled on camera in Florida Everglades

    A captured 13-foot-long Burmese python is displayed for snake hunters and the media before heading out in airboats for the Python Challenge in the Florida Everglades. Crum is proud of his work, saying: "When people say they are only catching one or two snakes , why are they not catching more snakes ?" Crum and his crew also captured 78 eggs, so they definitely helped cut down on the growing snake population.

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  • El papa canoniza a los pastores Jacinta y Francisco en Fátima

    Francisco recorrió en helicóptero los 40 kilómetros desde la base militar hasta el estadio de Fátima , donde subió al " papamóvil " en el que se dio un verdadero baño de masas durante cinco kilómetros hasta llegar al santuario mariano. Miles de peregrinos con banderas de Argentina, Venezuela, Cuba y otros países soportaron una lluvia fría para asegurarse un buen lugar. Allí, desde 1920 se venera una estatua de la que también es especialmente devoto Jorge Bergoglio .

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  • Acting FBI Director: We Are 'Adequately Resourced' for Russia Investigation

    In defending the decision, officials leaned heavily on a memo from Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, criticizing Comey's handling of the Clinton investigation. "I know that I am not under investigation, me personally". On Wednesday in brief remarks in the Oval Office, Trump told reporters he fired Comey "because he wasn't doing a good job, simply".

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  • North Korea launches possible ballistic missile, S. Korea says

    The projectile launch comes two weeks after a ballistic missile test that South Korean and USA officials said failed. Outsiders will be especially interested in what kind of projectile was sacked. The projectile comes a day after a top North Korean diploman said Pyongyang would have a dialogue with the Trump administration if the "conditions are set".

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  • "preparado" para ayudar a países víctimas de ciberataques

    Uno de cada tres ciberataques se debe a debilidades de seguridad en las empresas. Servicios de urgencias hospitalarias colapsados, corporaciones multinacionales, universidades y empresas estatales bloqueadas, además de miles de personas afectadas, era el panorama que dejaba hasta anoche la propagación de un virus tipo 'ransomware' , que golpeó especialmente a países como España , el Reino Unido , Turquía, Ucrania y Rusia.

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  • Indian SC upholds death penalty in Delhi gang rape case

    Indian SC upholds death penalty in Delhi gang rape case

    The 23-year-old victim's father said he was happy with the court judgment and demanded that the convicts be hanged quickly. Her intestine was pulled out. The woman died of intestinal injuries two weeks later in a Singapore hospital, where she been taken for specialised treatment. Ram Singh, the bus driver (5th culprit), who was also involved in the case, was found hanging in his cell in Tihar jail in March 2013, months before the rapists were convicted.

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  • BoE unlikely to hike rates until after Brexit deal finalised

    BoE unlikely to hike rates until after Brexit deal finalised

    Andy Knee, chief executive of LMS, commented: "The Bank of England's forecast of rising inflation plus a fall in real wages this year equals a tighter squeeze on household budgets across the country". "In the MPC's latest projections there is such a trade-off through most of the forecast period, with a degree of spare capacity and inflation remaining above the 2% target".

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  • Nepal joins China's OBOR initiative

    During the summit, Sharif will address a high-level dialogue and the "leaders" roundtable', the PM Office said. Kathmandu: Nepal on Friday inked a deal with China to join Chinese President Xi Jinping's ambitious "One Belt One Road" initiative to link Asia with Europe, a move that may worry India.

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  • Modi departs from Sri Lanka

    Modi departs from Sri Lanka

    Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena accompanied PM Modi in his visit to the sacred temple. "India's development cooperation with Sri Lanka amounts to Dollars 2.6 billion and its aim is to support Sri Lanka in realizing peaceful, prosperous and secure future for its people", said Prime Minister Modi.

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  • North Korea says will have dialogue with US under right conditions: Yonhap

    North Korea says will have dialogue with US under right conditions: Yonhap

    During the presidential race, Moon had also proposed a more independent missile defense system. When asked if North Korea would approach South Korea's newly elected government for talks, she simply responded: "We'll see". There is a new sheriff in town, and he does things differently. Koh Yu-hwan, a North Korea expert at Seoul's Dongguk University, said it's not unprecedented for the North to directly contact the US legislature or government.

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  • Trump en nueva confrontación con los medios de prensa de EE.UU

    Rosenstein es también la persona responsable de supervisar la investigación del Departamento de Justicia sobre la supuesta intromisión de Rusia en las elecciones de 2016, después de que Sessions se inhibiera del caso tras descubrirse que se había reunido con oficiales rusos durante la campaña electoral y había ocultado dichos encuentros.

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  • North Korea says will have dialogue with USA under right conditions

    North Korea says will have dialogue with USA under right conditions

    The US government said it would not attach any special meaning to the so-called "track two" dialogue in Oslo. Mr Byung-ho would face severe punishment for his actions, North Korea says. But he said Friday's protest was also notable in that it was sent by the recently revived parliamentary foreign affairs committee, which was discontinued by Kim's father, Kim Jong Il, in 1998.

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  • North Korea open to US dialogue under 'right conditions'

    The U.S. government has stated that it will not attach any special meaning to the so-called "track two" dialogue in Oslo. In the meantime, it is safe to say that South Korea will take a more conciliatory approach to the North and that we can expect to see an effort to engage and interact on a more diplomatic level.

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  • SKorea: Rival N.Korea launches ballistic missile

    Japan said the missile flew for 30 minutes and dropped in the sea between the North's east coast and Japan. He claimed in January to be in the final stages of preparations to test-fire an intercontinental ballistic missile, and has since launched several intermediate-range projectiles with varying degrees of success.

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  • New Documents Paint 2 Starkly Different Portraits of Aaron Hernandez

    New Documents Paint 2 Starkly Different Portraits of Aaron Hernandez

    Its contents are as follows. " Shay , You have always been my soul-mate and I want you to live life and know I'm always with you", Aaron Hernandez wrote in the letter , according to a report by TMZ on May 5. Newly released documents related to the investigation into his suicide also showed that Hernandez was a member of the Bloods street gang. He was serving a life sentence for murder.

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  • Macron asumirá el domingo como presidente de Francia

    Macron, que será el presidente más joven de la República francesa a sus 39 años, logró sus mejores resultados en París , con un porcentaje cercano al 90 por ciento, y en los departamentos circundantes de Hauts-de-Seine y Val-de-Marne, en los que en ambos casos superó el 80 por ciento.

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  • Flynn attorney declines to comment on subpoena

    Flynn attorney declines to comment on subpoena

    National security adviser General Michael Flynn arrives to deliver a statement during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington U.S., February 1, 2017. Many Democrats and a few Republicans found the timing of the firing suspect, since it comes as the FBI is investigating Trump's campaign and transition team for alleged collusion with Russian Federation.

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  • Trump suggests there may be 'tapes' of his private conversations with Comey

    Ms Sanders repeated the official White House timeline and said Mr Trump had already made up his mind to let Mr Comey go before meeting Mr Sessions and Mr Rosenstein. And at that time , he told me: "'You are not under investigation'". That explanation directly contradicted the one offered up to that point by Vice President Mike Pence and other top White House spokespeople, who had said that Trump only chose to fire the Federal Bureau of Investigation director on the recommendation of Deputy ...

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  • Warner: Comey won't testify to intel panel next week

    Friday marked Spicer's first appearance at the podium since the firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey. Trump tweeted . "Maybe the best thing to do would be to cancel all future "press briefings" and hand out written responses for the sake of accuracy???" He said Spicer is a nice man "but he gets beat up".

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  • City of New Orleans removes Jefferson Davis monument

    Landrieu also said putting the Confederacy on a pedestal in some of the city's most prominent places is "not only an inaccurate reflection of our past, it is an affront to our present". A crew could be seen atop a crane, wrapping the statue in bubble wrap. The vote was met with fierce opposition; historic preservation societies and the local chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans filed a lawsuit in an effort to block the city from removing the statues.

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  • Texas police officer fired after fatal shooting of unarmed black teen

    The police department in Balch Springs, Texas , on Tuesday fired the officer who fatally shot an unarmed 15-year-old Saturday as he left a party, according to reports. His 16-year-old brother was driving. Haber would not identify the officer, but said he had no similar prior incidents. Edwards's 16-year-old brother was at the wheel, and Oliver opened fire as the auto drove away .

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  • Trump Says It's Possible He Could Pick FBI Head By Next Week

    The men are two of at least four people who will interview to replace James Comey, whom Trump suddenly fired earlier this week, the people said. Minutes earlier, Trump issued his thinly veiled threat to Comey, an extraordinary development in the ongoing feud between the President and the agencies investigating alleged ties between his campaign and Russian Federation.

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  • Campesinos venezolanos se manifiestan hoy en Caracas a favor de la Constituyente

    Campesinos venezolanos se manifiestan hoy en Caracas a favor de la Constituyente

    Además, los adultos mayores consideran la constituyente como una oportunidad para el diálogo nacional que se impulsa en el país, con el fin de superar la coyuntura sociopolítica de los últimos tres años. "Todas las personas tienen que saber que en éste país cabemos todos, que éste país es para todos, no para grupos partidos, sino para grupos unidos, destacó Fanor Palomino adulto mayor de la parroquia Sucre de Caracas ".

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  • PM promises 'robust response' to North Korea

    The election of South Korea's new president, Moon Jae-in, has given fresh hope of a thawing in relations with China, which have recently been strained due to the deployment of a controversial missile defence system in South Korea. While South Korea, China and Japan all share worry about North Korea, ties between South Korea and China have been strained by South Korea's decision to install a US anti-missile system in defence against the North.

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  • Trump tweets warning to Comey about 'leaking to the press'

    Rosenstein. Spicer also said Trump's tweet this morning was not meant as a threat to Comey not to speak to the media. "As a very active President with lots of things happening, it is not possible for my surrogates to stand at podium with ideal accuracy!" he tweeted early Friday morning.

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  • Health experts in Congo identify two more suspected Ebola cases

    Health experts in Congo identify two more suspected Ebola cases

    Both Congo and public health workers will have to spring into action to prevent a small pocket of disease from turning into a larger outbreak. According to WHO , the country's health minister requested the United Nations agency's support after one of five blood specimens tested positive for the Ebola virus disease.

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