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  • Trump still in denial Russian ambassador attended White House meeting

    The Lavrov meeting came just hours after Trump fired his Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey , the man responsible for investigating allegations of collusion between the Republican leader's team and Russian Federation. The widespread distribution of the Russian photos was a public relations coup for the Russians, who have been trying for several years to secure an Oval Office meeting for its foreign minister as a counterpoint to the strained relations between the two countries.

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  • More than 80 girls are freed in a Boko Haram prisoner swap

    More than 80 girls are freed in a Boko Haram prisoner swap

    According to the first lady, the prayers offered by the nation on their behalf had kept them going, revealing that frantic efforts were made through negotiations under the direction of the President to secure their release also believing that the remaining girls still in captivity would soon be released.

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  • Turkey assails USA move to arm Syria Kurds against IS

    Ankara strongly opposes USA support of the YPG, viewing it as the Syrian extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which has waged a three-decade insurgency inside Turkey. If the SDF has been victorious in Tabqa, it will open up a new route to Raqqa, the BBC World Service's Middle East editor Alan Johnston said . Mr Yildirim said he could not imagine the United States having to choose between Turkey's strategic partnership and a terrorist organisation.

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  • France's new president to meet Merkel next week

    France's new president to meet Merkel next week

    Macron angered fellow centrist Francois Bayrou and faced mockery from his opponents after his party unveiled more than 400 candidates for crucial parliamentary elections in June. Valls, who said earlier this week he wanted to help Macron achieve a majority, welcomed the move and said he would run as "a free man" backing him.

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  • Pyongyang lanza otro misil 'probablemente balístico — Seúl

    Pyongyang lanza otro misil 'probablemente balístico — Seúl

    Tampoco se sabe si la diplomática del régimen de Kim Jong-un se refería también a la disposición de Pyongyang a entablar nuevas negociaciones sobre el programa nuclear, el cual se niega de manera categórica a desmantelar. A comienzos de mes, Trump afirmó en una entrevista a Bloomberg que estaba dispuesto a reunirse con el líder norcoreano "bajo las circunstancias adecuadas", aunque el portavoz de la Casa Blanca, Sean Spicer, matizó después que las condiciones para que ese encuentro sea ...

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  • North Korea launches ballistic missile flying 700km

    A source with knowledge of the meeting said at least one former US government official took part but the USA administration itself was not involved. It comes days after the election of a new South Korean president. The North is barred from ballistic missile technology under multiple United Nations Security Council resolutions. Kim Jong Un has been accelerating the country's efforts to develop an ICBM capable of reaching the US over the past few years, but so far it has been unable to ...

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  • Trump eyes mutually-beneficial ties with Russian Federation, says Lavrov

    Trump eyes mutually-beneficial ties with Russian Federation, says Lavrov

    Senator Jeff Merkley gave an impassioned speech on the Senate floor Thursday about President Donald Trump's firing of James Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director. All but ignoring the unfurling drama over Russian Federation and the USA election, President Donald Trump on Wednesday sought to advance prospects for cooperation between the former Cold War foes in Syria and elsewhere in a rare Oval Office meeting with Vladimir Putin's top diplomat.

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  • Polling starts for first phase of Nepal Elections after two decades

    Polling starts for first phase of Nepal Elections after two decades

    Almost 50,000 candidates are vying for the position of mayor, deputy mayor, ward chairman and ward member in 281 local municipalities. The first phase of voting has so far been mostly peaceful, though an army ordnance disposal team safely detonated two explosive devices planted opposite a candidate's house in the capital, Kathmandu.

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  • Participará marchista Jorge Martínez en Copa Panamericana

    Participará marchista Jorge Martínez en Copa Panamericana

    La también monarca panamericana en Toronto 2015 mantuvo un paso firme durante la competición, a pesar de tener muy de cerca a García y a Pérez, quienes al final fueron relegadas del sitio de honor. "Integran el representativo nacional de esta distancia y rama quienes cumplieron con la marca establecida por la FMAA de hasta 1:36'00", ellas son: " Guadalupe González Romero, con 1:28'59"; Guadalupe Sánchez Magaña, con marca de 1:33'28"; e Ilse Ariadna Guerrero Rodarte, con registro de ...

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  • Attorneys say 8-year-old was bullied before killing himself

    But disturbing video has since emerged showing the eight-year-old being brutally attacked by his fellow classmates in the school restroom. "Gabriel died by suicide January 26 at home". She picked him up and after vomiting twice at home, she took him to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Branch said the family denies that claim.

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  • Tillerson gets earful on climate change from Arctic governments

    Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said: "The Arctic Council, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, has proven to be an indispensable forum in which we can pursue cooperation". But Mr Tillerson on Thursday endorsed a council closing statement that mentioned the impact of climate change on the region and took note of the Paris agreement.

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  • Maduro afirma que la Constituyente será militar

    Vamos a activar una constituyente en cada escuela, en cada liceo, para el debate en todos los temas para ganar la paz", expresó. El expresidente del Gobierno español Felipe González (1982-1996) exigió hoy al jefe de Estado venezolano, Nicolás Maduro , que "no se invente una Constituyente , convoque elecciones " y que pida a la Policía que deje de disparar en las calles a la gente que reclama "libertad".

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  • NDP and Liberals running neck and neck in tight BC election

    The results are in as students across B.C. cast their votes in the provincial election on Tuesday. As a result, KelownaNow can not yet determine whether Christy Clark will remain Premier. Many Green supporters and voters who found they had simply returned the BC Liberals to power would feel betrayed. Andrew Wilkinson, advanced education minister in Clark's government, said definitive results might not be available until the end of the month when absentee ballots and judicial recounts ...

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  • 2 killed as India, Pakistan troops trade fire in Kashmir

    2 killed as India, Pakistan troops trade fire in Kashmir

    Indian forces retaliated "strongly and effectively", he said, adding the authorities had closed all schools in the area. Two Pakistani soldiers have been injured in the recent attacks. Pakistan soldiers are ceaselessly indulging in ceasefire violations and also beheading our soldiers. "Overall 26 villages in Nowshera and Qila Darhal Tehsils have been affected whiles 9 villages in Majakote Tehsil of district Rajouri also remained in the line of fire for around 3 hours", he said.

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  • Local elections: Sturgeon plays down Tory success in Scotland

    Labour can not now gain overall control of the council after losing early seats. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said his party faced a challenge on a "historic scale" to win back power, but insisted he could close the gap on the Tories. After 37 years of running Glasgow, Labour's grip on the city was over as the SNP became the largest party in the city. But First Minister Nicola Sturgeon hit back, branding claims the Tories were a threat to the SNP "ludicrous" and that Miss Davidson risked ...

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  • 12 countries hit in massive cyber-heist

    In the UK, patient files at the UK National Health Services were locked and patients could not be treated. Other services soon went down, and then, the unidentified NHS worker says, a "bitcoin virus pop-up message" started taking over computer screens.

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  • CIA nos atacaría con armas químicas: Corea del Norte

    CIA nos atacaría con armas químicas: Corea del Norte

    Corea del Norte no tardó en lanzar un " ataque antiterrorista " contra las agencias de inteligencia por la conspiración. El Ministerio de Seguridad Estatal aseguró que habían detectado a un grupo infiltrado por la Agencia Central de Inteligencia ( CIA ) y el Servicio Nacional de Inteligencia de Seúl para realizar 'preparativos encubiertos y meticulosos' para atentar contra su líder 'mediante el uso de sustancias químicas'.

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  • Oil rises as countries join OPEC cuts, U.S. inventory falls

    The drop was evidence to some that demand is robust in the U.S. Others took it as proof that the move by OPEC and other big oil produces to cut global crude supply is working. Benchmark Brent crude settled up 24 cents, or 0.5 percent, at $49.34 a barrel. On the other hand, if global crude flows were being bolstered by inventories being drawn down as market participants feared the market was heading for backwardation, then this may be bullish over the medium to longer term for OPEC's aim of ...

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  • Presidente electo Macron dimite como líder de su partido

    Presidente electo Macron dimite como líder de su partido

    El dato final presentado por las autoridades francesas indican que el centrista Emmanuel Macron, venció a su rival la ultraderechista Marine Le Pen , esto en la segunda vuelta de las elecciones presidenciales celebradas este domingo. Según fuentes de la dirección de la formación política de Macron , fundado hace 13 meses, la dimisión de Macron del cargo que ocupaba como líder del partido es simbólica y se debe a su nuevo estatus de presidente y a su objetivo de ser el mandatario de todos ...

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  • Women march to keep pressure on Venezuela's Maduro

    Women march to keep pressure on Venezuela's Maduro

    The development came as Venezuela's opposition supporters staged major rallies in the capital Caracas and other cities in the past week to protest President Maduro's bid to write a new constitution. Clashes between police and protesters have left some three dozen dead in the past month. The student leader killed Thursday was at a meeting in the northern state of Anzoategui when "one of those present approached him and shot him several times before fleeing on a motorbike", the ...

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  • Three shot dead, including deputy in Arkansas

    Three shot dead, including deputy in Arkansas

    KATV broadcast an interview it said was with the suspect's father, James Bowden Sr, in which he said the incident stemmed from an argument his son had with his girlfriend. At approximately 7:18 AM Thursday, Lieutenant Mainhart initiated a traffic stop after identifying a vehicle believed to be associated with a disturbance call at Gum Springs Road.

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  • La CIA crea un centro de misiones contra Corea del Norte

    En los últimos meses, Norcorea intensificó las pruebas de misiles, en un esfuerzo para mejorar sus capacidades militares. El ejército de Corea del Sur indicó que un "proyectil no identificado" fue lanzado desde la ciudad noroccidental de Kusong y realizó un recorrido de 700 kilómetros en 30 minutos.

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  • Flynn documents sought by Senate panel in Russia probe

    Flynn documents sought by Senate panel in Russia probe

    Flynn's lawyer declined comment to CNN Wednesday evening. In a joint statement , Senator Richard Burr, the committee's Republican chairman, and Senator Mark Warner, its top Democrat, said the panel had first requested the documents from Mr Flynn in a April 28 letter, but the retired lieutenant-general had declined, through counsel, to cooperate with the committee's request .

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  • Detention of fourth U.S. citizen by N. Korea 'concerning': White House

    Detention of fourth U.S. citizen by N. Korea 'concerning': White House

    The North Korean ambassador to the UK, Choe Il, said "supreme leader" Kim will decide on a time and place for the test. Citing unidentified diplomatic sources, the Japanese newspaper wrote that in return for North Korea foreswearing its nuclear and missile technologies, the USA promised it "would not seek regime change, regime collapse or an accelerated reunification of the Korean Peninsula, nor would it look for an excuse to advance north of the 38th parallel, the de facto inter-Korean ...

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  • Corea del Norte está dispuesta a dialogar con Donald Trump

    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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