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  • At least 10 injured as Greek passenger train derails

    At least 10 injured as Greek passenger train derails

    People stand next to damaged railway tracks after a train derailed and crashed in the town of Adendro in northern Greece, May 13, 2017. The driver is among those injured and is in critical condition at the hospital, the company added. It later removed that reference. Local resident Yorgos Mylonas told Athens News Agency that " death came calling ". Some media said five carriages had derailed.

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  • Release of Chibok girls a pleasant 2nd anniversary gift to Nigerians

    Release of Chibok girls a pleasant 2nd anniversary gift to Nigerians

    A presidential adviser says Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is promising to do all that is needed to reintegrate the 82 freed Chibok schoolgirls back into society. "But the truth is that some of the girls are just not willing to come back; I don't know whether they really wanted to remain behind or they're under the influence of something".

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  • Evaluating LA bid for 2024 Olympics requires imagination

    A statement from Macron's campaign team on Friday said Bach "saluted the great quality of the French candidature" and that Macron "warmly reaffirmed" his support for Paris' bid. The host city will be announced at a vote in Lima, Peru, in September. Los Angeles 2024 chairman Casey Wasserman said local officials could receive an update as early as this month on the results of International Olympic Committee vice presidents' study on whether to award both the 2024 and 2028 Games later ...

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  • Korean president hints at scrapping deal with Japan over sexual slavery

    Since the beginning of past year the North - which says it needs atomic weapons to defend itself against invasion - has mounted two nuclear tests and a series of missile launches. South Korea and the United States began deploying the THAAD system in March and it has since become operational. The talks collapsed in 2008 after North Korea launched a rocket.

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  • Trump Says New FBI Director Could Be Named Next Week

    More than a lack of momentum on major policy goals, Trump is said to be seething over the flood of leaks pouring out of the White House and into news reports . Comey has not publicly discussed any conversations he has had with Trump. Though Trump appeared to defend his team, saying that as an "active president", "perfect accuracy" would be too much to expect from his staff, he has apparently not been pleased with the results.

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  • NHS cyber-attack did not hit Wales - Welsh Government

    Health workers reported being locked out of their systems and seeing messages demanding ransom payments to regain access. She added that lessons may need to be learned in the wake of the breach, which has affected NHS services across England and Scotland.

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  • Storms hit four U.S. states so far

    Storms hit four U.S. states so far

    Greg Abbott said the damage was "devastating" during a news conference with local officials Sunday afternoon. Southeastern states from Florida to North Carolina could also see flooding on Monday, according to the NWS . A woman who disappeared while floating in an inner tube on Saturday was found dead in a creek in Eureka Springs, and a 65-year-old woman, Julia Schwede, was killed by a falling tree, according to the Associated Press .

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  • Israel's cabinet submits bill to declare 'Jewish nation state'

    Critics have described the proposed legislation, which also declares that the "right to self-determination" in Israel is "unique to the Jewish people" as impinging on the rights of its Arab minority. and his meeting with the President Donald Trump. Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid said he supports Likud MK Bennie Begin's version of the bill, which simply states that Israel is the nation-state of the Jewish people in their homeland, and nothing else.

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  • Eva Cadena podría ser investigada por lavado de dinero

    Eva Cadena podría ser investigada por lavado de dinero

    La dependencia informó que, en caso de no ser localizada, se solicitará a un órgano jurisdiccional la comparecencia de Cadena . Eva Cadena , ex candidata del partido Movimiento de Regeneración Nacional ( Morena ) a la alcaldía de Las Chiapas, Veracruz , podría ser investigada por lavado de dinero, dijo el titular de la Fiscalía Especializada para la Atención de Delitos Electorales (Fepade), Santiago Nieto Castillo.

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  • Fepade investiga a 'Layín' por entrega de electrodomésticos

    Fepade investiga a 'Layín' por entrega de electrodomésticos

    Incluso la Fiscalía solicitó información a la Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (CNBV) acerca de los ingresos de Layín , informó el periódico Reforma. El expediente presuntamente tiene documentada una flotilla de 30 tráilers y 70 autos rotulados para hacer propaganda y transportar lo que ofrece . "Es una entrega furtiva", explicó.

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  • Mnuchin Says US Reserves Right To Be Protectionist

    Mnuchin Says US Reserves Right To Be Protectionist

    Italy's Minister of Economy and Finance Pier Carlo Padoan said there was agreement that trade is a "fundamentally positive situation we want to maintain and cultivate going forward". G7 finance ministers prior to the Bari summit. Trump has proposed slashing the USA corporate income tax rate and offer multinational businesses a steep tax break on overseas profits brought back to the U.S.

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions Reverses Obama-Era Justice Policies

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions Reverses Obama-Era Justice Policies

    Never mind that there has been an explosion in opioid and heroin addiction under the Obama administration's soft policies that treated drug crimes as non-violent offenses. These more lenient charges and sentences were to be applied to drug users who were not found to be part of gangs or established drug cartels, enabling these low-level offenders to serve their time and return to become a productive member of society.

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  • Axed AAP minister on hunger strike should be hospitalised, warns docs

    Axed AAP minister on hunger strike should be hospitalised, warns docs

    Minister Kapil Mishra on Sunday stated that he will continue his " Satyagraha " until he does not get any answer about the detailed list of the visits made by the AAP ministers. "I have learnt that you will try to remove me from the assembly". On her son sitting on hunger strike for past three days, she said Arvind Kejriwal never understood him and her son is very stubborn.

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  • What Trump says Comey told him about being cleared

    He said that while he received a scathing assessment of Comey's performance from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on Monday, that memo was not a catalyst for his dramatic decision as the White House had said earlier. "Nearly all of them are very well known", Trump said while flying to Lynchburg, Virginia, where he was giving the commencement address at Liberty University.

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  • White House furious after Russian media posted Oval Office photos

    Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman says Moscow isn't concerned about the firing of the Federal Bureau of Investigation director. As for the timing of Lavrov's meeting, it was scheduled well in advance of Comey's firing. On Wednesday, administration officials barred the American press from the oval office . The issue is particularly sensitive because of the presence at the meeting of Kislyak, who has been at the center of several controversies involving administration officials, ...

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  • OH police chief, 2 nursing home employees killed by gunman

    OH police chief, 2 nursing home employees killed by gunman

    The sheriff says the hostages escaped when a shot was sacked at the chief. Police said the gunman walked into nursing facility and shot two others then turned the gun on himself. Kirkersville Elementary School is on lock down while police investigate. Disario had only been on the job for about three weeks. In honor of Kirkersville Police Chief Steven E.

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  • Corea del Norte vuelve a lanzar misil

    La fiscalía norcoreana, según informó la agencia de noticias estatal KCNA. dio a conocer los nombres de "los terroristas". Estos ensayos desencadenaron un período de máxima tensión en la península de Corea , unidos a la posibilidad de que Pyongyang realizara una prueba nuclear y a la dialéctica endurecida de la Administración Trump, que insinuó la posibilidad de realizar ataques preventivos.

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  • Maduro propone una "Comisión de la verdad constituyente" para hacer justicia

    Los venezolanos protestan contra la Asamblea Constituyente convocada por Nicolás Maduro. Los sacerdotes venezolanos siguen sin atender el llamado del Gobierno para dialogar sobre la Asamblea Nacional Constituyente , según Elías Jaua , por lo que el jefe de Estado aseguró que están desobedeciendo al santo padre El presidente Nicolás Maduro sube el tono, quiere parecer que es enérgico, parece que quiere asustar, pero los objetivos, por ahora, no son logrados y, al parecer, no lo serán ...

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  • Trump Promises Israel-Palestine Peace, But Offers No New Policies

    Abbas said that the talks with Trump dealt with several issues related to the negotiations with Israel , including the question of how to get the talks started, and how to do so quickly. Still, the very fact that the meeting was held was an improvement for Abbas over the early weeks of the Trump administration, when the Palestinians felt ignored and frozen out.

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  • White House meeting on Paris climate deal delayed

    On Monday, 200 global investors managing more than $15 trillion (13.7 trillion euros) in assets, urged the G7-rich country group, which includes the United States, to "stand by their commitments to the Paris Agreement". French President-elect Emmanuel Macron told President Donald Trump he would "protect" the Paris climate change agreement during their first phone conversation Monday.

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  • CM Arvind Kejriwal promises to make Delhi mosquito

    We will have to get rid of mosquito-borne diseases. "It is only possible with people's participation", Kejriwal tweeted. The meeting held at the Delhi Secretariat was attended by all ministers, senior officials of the Delhi government, representatives of the municipal bodies, all medical superintendants of Delhi government hospitals and members of the legislative assembly of Delhi.

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  • Corea de sur: se realizan elecciones para reemplazar a Park Geun-Ye

    Moon fue un fuerte defensor de la "Sunshine Policy", un intento de mejorar las relaciones entre las dos Coreas entre 1998-2008, y se desempeñó como jefe de gabinete del expresidente Roh Moo-hyun. " Esperamos trabajar con el presidente electo Moon para seguir fortaleciendo la alianza entre Estados Unidos y la República de Corea", dijo el secretario de prensa de la Casa Blanca , Sean Spicer, en un comunicado.

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  • Antes del despido, Comey quería ampliar pesquisa Trump-Rusia

    También dice que los residentes de sus respectivos estados "merecen una investigación exhaustiva que aclare el alcance de la intromisión rusa , cualquier confabulación de responsables de la campaña de Trump y cualquier encubrimiento". Por su parte, Comney fue invitado a declarar el martes próximo a puertas cerradas ante la comisión de Inteligencia del Senado , que realiza su propia investigación sobre la presunta injerencia de Rusia .

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  • England drawn to face France and Argentina

    The 2003 champions were handed the toughest assignment of the leading nations, with holders New Zealand drawing South Africa and Italy in Pool B . Wales lost to Australia during the 2015 World Cup, and they also face tough opposition from rapidly-improving Georgia, whom Wales meet for the first time during their autumn Test schedule later this year.

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  • North Korea Fires Unidentified Projectile - South Korea Military

    North Korea Fires Unidentified Projectile - South Korea Military

    North Korea launched a ballistic missile from the northwestern part of the country early Sunday, the South Korean Joints Chief of Staff said. North Korea launched two missiles in October a year ago from an air base in Kusong on North Korea's west coast, on the other side of the country from the usual intermediate-range Musudan test site near Wonsan, on the east coast.

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