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  • " "Siempre" estuve en contra de la ley del 2x1"

    El presidente Mauricio Macri cuestionó hoy a la ex mandataria Cristina Kirchner por haber vinculado al Gobierno con el fallo que benefició a un represor con el " 2x1 ", al advertir que " actúa con la deformación de haber gobernado de una manera, que era queriendo manejar todos los poderes ".

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  • Trump praises virtues of being an 'outsider'

    Trump praises virtues of being an 'outsider'

    Trump is the second sitting president to deliver a commencement address at Liberty University, after George H.W. Bush in 1990. President Trump said his administration may be able to "make a fast decision" on a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director as candidates began arriving at the Department of Justice Saturday morning for interviews.

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  • Trump to move quickly to replace Federal Bureau of Investigation director

    This contradicted the White House's explanation for why Comey was sacked and added to the confusion and controversy surrounding the firing. You know how nervy your president is. By Thursday , in his interview with NBC's Lester Holt , Mr. Trump was acknowledging that he made a decision to fire Mr. Comey before soliciting and receiving any recommendations and that the Clinton emails were not his motivation.

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  • West Ham United vs Liverpool, Premier League 2016/17

    According to Oddschecker, Liverpool are receiving 7/10 odds for a win at West Ham. Unfortunately for West Ham, that form has not gone unnoticed with the Mirror reporting that three of the Premier League's heavyweights are all considering a move, with Tottenham and Arsenal both making contact regarding the player's availability.

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  • Hamilton takes pole in Spain

    Hamilton's Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas finished third, while Vettel's Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen will start in fourth place. "It turned out to be a programming issue", Vettel said. The British driver had also been quickest in the first two practice sessions but Ferrari improved for the final run on Saturday morning, with Raikkonen and Vettel leading the way.

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  • Belt, Ruggiano power Giants to 3-1 win over Reds

    With 17 innings that means that most of those last eight were scoreless, and the Giants had exhausted their entire bullpen at that point, as the Associated Press reports . They combined to allow just five hits, including the game-losing homer, in 9 1/3 innings. "Neither team could come up with the big hits to get that create separation".

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  • Desconcierto por el hallazgo de un "monstruo marino" en Indonesia

    Aunque, los calamares más grandes encontrados hasta el momento tienen 18 metros de longitud, no son tan enormes como este, y además muy poco frecuentes. Los lugareños, por su parte, tomaron numerosas fotos y videos del misterioso animal y los publicaron en las redes sociales . Personal de la Oficina de Recursos Marinos y Costeros de Indonesia informó que tomarían muestras de carne del animal para analizarlas en un laboratorio y determinar su especie.

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  • Happy Mother's Day: To all that mean so much

    Happy Mother's Day: To all that mean so much

    On the other hand, it's a bit like Valentine's Day. Some people shun Christmas or don't celebrate Thanksgiving. But who, really, has a ideal relationship? As I was driving a long 15 hour drive, I got to thinking that as we ended our phone call that day, I never told her "I love you " back to her.

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  • Leeds Bradford Airport closed after suspicious package found

    Leeds Bradford Airport closed after suspicious package found

    Shortly after 12.30am on Sunday airport officials said they had re-opened the terminal and operations had re-started. "A cordon has been put in place and the airport closed whilst the package is examined", it said. One traveller tweeted: "Leeds Bradford airport evacuated and sat waiting in the plane". Further information will be released in due course. "All passengers have been safely evacuated from the terminal building".

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  • Comisión Presidencial para la Constituyente sostiene encuentro con Red de Intelectuales

    Vamos a ir al despacho del señor Elías Jaua, acompañados del pueblo, a recordarle la Constitución (.) No se hagan parte de un proceso fraudulento. El también gobernador del estado Miranda (oeste) aseveró que el oficialismo "no quiere someterse a un proceso de elecciones " (para este año se tienen previstos los comicios de gobernadores, que debieron ser en diciembre de 2016, y los de alcaldes).

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  • Corea del Norte lanza proyectil no identificado: Ejército surcoreano

    Ese misil , lanzado el 29 de abril, se estrelló en territorio norcoreano, de acuerdo con un portavoz del Comando del Pacífico de Estados Unidos . El Estado Mayor Conjunto de Seúl informó más temprano, también en un comunicado, que el misil recorrió cerca de 700 kilómetros y anunció que Corea del Sur y Estados Unidos analizaban más detalles.

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  • Así fue la canonización presidida por el papa Francisco — PERÚ

    Los cientos de miles de fieles congregados en la explanada recibieron esta proclamación con un fuerte aplauso. Asimismo, ingresaron las dos lámparas que contienen las reliquias de Francisco y Jacinta , transportadas por la postuladora, la hermana Angela Coelho , y por el consultor de la postulación, Pedro Valinho; acompañados de unos 20 niños y adolescentes de entre 9 y 16 años.

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  • Lula reafirma intención de volver a la presidencia de Brasil

    El ex mandatario Luiz Inácio Lula da SIlva clamó su inocencia ante las acusaciones de corrupción que se le imputan y, luego de declarar cinco horas ante el juez federal Sergio Moro en la sureña ciudad de Curitiba, anticipó que se prepara para ser nuevamente candidato a la presidencia de Brasil el próximo año.

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  • Kushner Family Pitch To Chinese Investors Highlights Controversial Visa Program

    Ms Meyer mentioned her brother on Saturday and Sunday while urging investors to put $500,000 (£386,500) into a New Jersey real estate project in exchange for investor visas and residency cards in the U.S. Kushner is facing a wave of criticism after his family staged events in China last week that encouraged wealthy Chinese to invest in luxury developments in exchange for USA green cards through the EB-5 program.

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  • China's leader offers billions for new Silk Road initiative

    India, meanwhile, is expected to send representatives from its embassy in Beijing, two Indian officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter. President Xi said that the two countries had more potential to strengthen bilateral cooperation regarding implementation of CPEC and other regional connectivity projects.

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  • Trump invita al presidente surcoreano a Washington

    Según el organismo rector electoral, Moon , del Partido Democrático, obtuvo 13.4 millones de votos del total de los 32.6 millones de sufragios emitidos. Moon Jae-In, afirmó que va a "negociar seriamente" con los estados UNIDOS , el principal aliado de Seúl , y con China, el principal socio comercial, la controvertida instalación de un sistema de defensa antimisiles estadounidense (THAAD), en el sur del país.

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  • HIJOS Mendoza repudió el beneficio del 2x1 a genocidas

    Además de la polémica que despertó la decisión de la Corte, también generó controversia debido a que otros militares condenados por delitos de lesa humanidad puedan invocar el fallo. Luego del beneficio del 2x1 que le otorgó la Corte Suprema con lo que le acortan las penas a condenados por crímenes en la última dictadura cívico-militar salieron críticas de todos los organismos de derechos humanos y de sectores de la oposición que señalaban como máximos responsables de esta decisión al ...

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  • Labour faces 'historic' task to win power, Corbyn admits

    Labour faces 'historic' task to win power, Corbyn admits

    She said it was a "very, very good result" which would provide a great launchpad for the general elections where the SNP is defending 56 of Scotland's 59 seats in the Westminster parliament. That seems implausible - especially since what most Labour MPs want to talk with me about is what may happen after the party loses (their assumption, not mine), and whether Corbyn would immediately resign.

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  • North Korea successfully fires missile into Sea of Japan

    The U.S' Pacific Command said they were still analysing the missile but believed it was "not consistent with an intercontinental ballistic missile". Delegations from the United States, South Korea and North Korea are in Beijing for a conference on a plan for a new Silk Road.

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  • Portugal crowned victor of Eurovision Song Contest 2017

    Portugal crowned victor of Eurovision Song Contest 2017

    Fans streamed into the Eurovision venue, an exhibition centre out of the city centre, wearing flower garlands and draped in national flags while some waved rainbow gay pride flags. That six-decade run makes it one of the longest-running TV shows in the world. After the Kiev event opened, it emerged that the Bulgarian contestant, 17-year-old Kristian Kostov, had also performed in annexed Crimea.

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  • Mom of Ohio boy who killed himself vows he "will be heard"

    The statement also reads that OH authorities did review the video and made the decision not to press charges. The boy then jumps in the face of another student in a "menacing manner". School officials have not said what has happened to the student who pushed Gabriel down. The district said administrators asked Reynolds to pick Gabriel up from school and take him to a hospital.

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  • ODU to open 2018 football season at Liberty University

    It announced in February it is moving to FBS. Liberty's future opponents include UMass, Virginia, Auburn, Rutgers, Old Dominion, Brigham Young, Army, Buffalo, Troy, Virginia Tech, Ole Miss, and Wake Forest. Virginia's other previously announced dates with ODU (Nov. 21, 2020, in Norfolk and September 17, 2022, in Charlottesville ) will remain the same. Auburn has completed its 2018 non-conference football schedule.

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  • El nuevo presidente surcoreano, dispuesto a visitar Corea del Norte — ARGENTINA

    El intercambio telefónico duró unos 40 minutos y durante el mismo ambos se mostraron de acuerdo en que "la desnuclearización de la península coreana es un objetivo conjunto de los dos países", indicó Yoon. En su mensaje de felicitación , difundido por la oficina de prensa del Kremlin, Putin recalcó que Rusia "valora altamente las relaciones constructivas con Corea del Sur ".

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  • Two Dead In Dallas-Area College Shooting

    Two Dead In Dallas-Area College Shooting

    James Mclellan from the Irving Police Department said to reporters that police officers found a body belonging to the suspect including one potential victim dead in one of the campus buildings. Torres was located inside a shower stall in Building F. The school confirmed that he was a former student of the school. A math tutor said the gunman was talking with the sitting woman when he shot her three times.

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  • English Public Hospital System Hit by Suspected Cyberattack

    Two security firms - Kaspersky Lab and Avast - said they identified the malicious software in more than 70 countries. The main US target thus far is FedEx . The National Center for the Protection of Critical Infrastructure says Friday it was communicating with more than 100 providers of energy, transportation, telecommunications and financial services about the attack.

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  • Trump warns Comey not to 'leak' conversations

    Trump also indicated Comey wanted to keep his job and told him as much during a dinner that happened at the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's request. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., said that while he couldn't be certain the request triggered Comey's dismissal, he said he believed the FBI "was breathing down the neck of the Trump campaign and their operatives and this was an effort to slow down the investigation".

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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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