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  • Presidenta Bachelet participa en Firma de Acuerdos con China

    Presidenta Bachelet participa en Firma de Acuerdos con China

    El Foro de la Franja y la Ruta para la Cooperación Internacional se inauguró hoy en esta capital de China , con la participación de líderes de 29 países y organizaciones internacionales. "Ellos tiene los recursos, nosotros la comida y la gran tecnología agropecuaria", destacó Guelar. Pero si el presidente chino , Xi Jinping , logra resolver todos los problemas relacionados con el proyecto, es probable este se convierta en su legado más duradero , ya que su implementación remodelaría ...

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  • Otra proeza de Ginóbili

    Otra proeza de Ginóbili

    Pero fue una noche frustrante para Harden , quien lideró el marcador para los Rockets con 33 puntos, 10 rebotes y 10 asistencias, pero no pudo proporcionar a su equipo la victoria en la prórroga. Estuvo tremendo y en realidad nos apoyamos en él con Kawhi fuera de la cancha, para generar ataque, hacer que algunas cosas sucedieran. "Estoy con un poco de dolor, pero mis compañeros hicieron un buen trabajo cerrando el juego sin que yo esté disponible en el tramo final".

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  • No frenaremos investigación sobre hackeo ruso: director del FBI

    Según funcionarios y el mismo documento, el memorando fue redactado por el fiscal general adjunto, Rod Rosenstein , que con el fiscal general Jeff Sessions le habían recomendado al Presidente deshacerse del director del FBI . Los demócratas acusaron al presidente de intentar frustrar la investigación sobre las acciones de Moscú. "Nadie puede impedir a los hombres y mujeres del FBI que hagan lo correcto", afirmó.

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  • Francia: Mélenchon no pedirá el voto para ninguno de los candidatos

    Francia: Mélenchon no pedirá el voto para ninguno de los candidatos

    En ese marco, se produjeron incidentes entre la Policía y grupos de manifestantes. Los antidisturbios lanzaron granadas lacrimógenas para separar a cerca de 150 "alborotadores", que llevaban algunas pancartas en las que mostraban claramente su rechazo a tener que elegir entre los dos candidatos que se han calificado para disputarse las presidenciales.

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  • El nuevo presidente surcoreano no descarta una visita oficial a Pionyang

    Los datos apuntan al interés de los surcoreanos por acudir a las urnas para elegir nuevo Jefe de Estado, luego del escándalo de corrupción denominado la " Rasputina ", que hace seis meses provocó una ola de protestas para pedir la dimisión de la expresidenta conservadora, Park Guen-hye, implicada en la trama, reseña EFE .

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  • Tigres, primer semifinalista del Clausura 2017

    Los Tigres buscan ser el tercer bicampeón en la historia de los torneos cortos. Las anteriores cuatro series directas entre los clubes regiomontanos concluyeron con éxito para los Rayados , que jamás se sintieron cómodos en la que anoche finalizó en el estadio BBVA Bancomer.

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  • Coroner reopens case of bullied 8-year-old who killed self

    It then shows Gabriel trying to shake the bully's hand and being thrown against a wall, knocking him unconscious, the attorneys said. The school district had refused to release the video but made a decision to do so to counter what it said was the detective's suggestion that the children who poked or nudged or kicked Gabriel were assaulting him.

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  • Global 'WannaCry' ransomware cyberattack seeks cash for data

    Global 'WannaCry' ransomware cyberattack seeks cash for data

    By SYLVIA HUI, ALLEN G. Security experts tempered the alarm bells by saying that widespread attacks are tough to pull off. British media had reported previous year that most public health organizations were using an outdated version of Microsoft Windows that was not equipped with security updates.

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  • Trump calls for tougher sanctions after N Korea missile

    The Pentagon confirmed that North Korea launched some type of ballistic missile at around 10:30 a.m. Hawaii time. The missile landed in waters between the Korean Peninsula and Japan, according to a statement from the Japanese government. "South Korea and Japan have been watching this situation closely with us", he said. Trump has called for South Korea to pay the United States $1 billion for a system the U.S.

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  • North Korea fires missile days after new South Korea leader pledges dialogue

    It was his second appearance before reporters Sunday after North Korea fired the missile that Japanese officials say may have been a new type given its flight time and unusually high altitude. The issue has clouded efforts to rein in North Korea's nuclear and missile programmes, and also led to recriminations by Beijing against South Korean companies.

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  • Papa Francisco canonizó a pastorcitos de Fátima

    En la tradicional rueda de prensa a bordo del avión, los periodistas, entre ellos EFE , le preguntaron a raíz de la celebración del centenario de las apariciones en Fátima cómo estaba la situación en el caso de Medjugorje, donde la Iglesia aún no se ha expresado.

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  • Interest builds over Trump's Federal Bureau of Investigation pick

    Trump is considering almost a dozen candidates to succeed Comey. As for President Donald Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey? After four months in office, President Donald Trump has become distrustful of some of his White House staff, heavily reliant on a handful of family members and longtime aides, and furious that the White House's attempts to quell the firestorm over the FBI and congressional Russian Federation investigations only seem to add more fuel.

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  • Alex Salmond tells Tories he's 'well up for battle' over Gordon seat

    The results put the Tories on track to secure a significant majority in the general election. "We denied the SNP a majority at Holyrood previous year". On Friday the Tories saw significant advances in the local elections in England and Wales, gaining more than 550 council seats and saw shock victories in mayoralty contests in the West Midlands and Tees Valley.

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  • El papa Francisco canoniza a dos pastorcitos de Fátima

    Ambos, enterrados en la Basílica de Fátima , se convierten en los santos más jóvenes de la Iglesia católica que no murieron en martirio. Ante medio millón de personas que se congregaron en la explanada del santuario en una jornada soleada, Francisco presidió la misa para canonizar a los dos primeros niños, muertos con 9 y 10 años, que subieron a los altares de la Iglesia por un milagro y no al ser considerados "mártires".

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  • Jacinta y Francisco, los dos hermanos pastorcillos de Fátima, ya son santos

    Los niños que murieron de gripe española (broncopulmonía), a los nueve y diez años de edad se convierten en los santos más jóvenes de la iglesia católica que no murieron en martirio. Según Jorge Bergoglio, aunque "advirtiéndonos sobre el peligro del infierno al que nos lleva una vida -a menudo propuesta e impuesta- sin Dios y que profana a Dios", lo que hizo con sus apariciones la Virgen fue "recordarnos la Luz de Dios".

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  • Top ISIS Commander in Afghanistan Was Killed in Raid Where Rangers Died

    Hasib is believed to have been behind March's attack on a military hospital in Kabul, killing more than 30 people . US officials estimate that there are now 600 to 800 ISIS-K militants in Afghanistan, down from 3,000 in 2015. A daring commando raid succeeded in killing ISIS's Afghan chief, officials say. A counter-IS operation has been under way in Nangarhar since early March, and Afghan forces, with the help of US counterparts, have killed or captured hundreds of fighters and liberated ...

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  • John Kasich Says GOP Health Care Bill Is 'Inadequate'

    Many of our readers probably saw Jimmy Kimmel's heartfelt plea to keep health care coverage and protections for those with pre-existing conditions when he gave an honest rendition of the birth of his son, who was recently born with a heart defect.

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  • Moon to Xi: Let's Talk

    But ties have plummeted. Moon explained the difficulties faced by South Korean companies that were doing business in China and asked for Xi's "special attention" to ease those concerns, Yoon said. "If Moon tries to reopen the industrial park, it will violate the United Nations resolution on North Korea, which required severing all economic aids that may provide financial support to its nuclear arms programs", Kim said.

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  • Russian Journalists Appeal to US Media's Professionalism

    At a news conference at the Russian Embassy after the Oval Office meeting, Lavrov fielded a number of questions about claims of Russian interference in the 2016 USA election, and alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow. But any exceptions will need to be approved by top supervisors, and the reasons must be documented, allowing the Justice Department to track the handling of such cases by its 94 USA attorney's offices.

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  • SKorea: Rival N.Korea launches possible ballistic missile

    The missile was launched near the city of Kusong, north-west of the capital, Pyongyang, Yonhap news agency reported. The launch is the first since a new liberal president took office in South Korea on Wednesday saying dialogue as well as pressure must be used to ease tensions on the Korean peninsula and stop the North's weapons pursuit.

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  • Former US Attorney reacts to Sessions' call for tougher sentences

    Former US Attorney reacts to Sessions' call for tougher sentences

    Congressman Adam Schiff, a former federal prosecutor, questioned whether tougher sentencing would be doled out fairly. Recommendations outside of the guidelines require supervisory approval and a documented explanation. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been outspoken about his disdain for cannabis and his desire to shut down the industry as a whole, but some states are adamant about defending their citizens' rights.

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  • 8 things that actually happened after Donald Trump fired James Comey

    8 things that actually happened after Donald Trump fired James Comey

    These reasons contradicted the White House's assertions - and even the widely disseminated termination letter Trump sent Comey - that the dismissal was based on the recommendations of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who criticized Comey's handling of the email investigation into Hillary Clinton a year ago.

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  • 5 things to know about French president-elect Emmanuel Macron

    Here are five things to know about French president-elect Emmanuel Macron. And Macron's own party, En Marche, "has never fielded a single candidate in any election, local or national", the Guradian notes . France's economic malaise, especially high unemployment, had undermined the popularity of outgoing Socialist President Francois Hollande to the point where he decided not even to run again as a candidate.

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  • 'Shock' As Tories Gain In Glasgow From Labour

    If replicated at the general election on 8 June, this swing would see Mr Robertson lose his seat to the Tories, providing what Scottish Conservatives' leader Ruth Davidson has said will be "a real Ed Balls moment" in reference to the former Labour Chancellor, who was spectacularly unseated in 2015 from his Morley and Outwood seat.

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  • Macron's parliamentary candidates gather in Paris

    Macron's parliamentary candidates gather in Paris

    The newly-resigned officer, who has previously worked as a paratrooper and martial arts expert, is now standing in a constituency within eastern Paris suburbs for Mr Macron's party. "We want to build a majority for change and therefore obtain for Republic on the Move an absolute majority in the National Assembly", said party secretary general Richard Ferrand, adding officials had combed through more than 19,000 applications.

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  • Squirrel interrupts game between Twins and Indians

    Squirrel interrupts game between Twins and Indians

    After 17 innings of scoreless offense, the Tribe finally broke through for a run on Carlos Santana's triple to snap an 0-for-10 skid and Jose Berrios' wild pitch in the third inning. The Twins (18-14) have won 10 of 14 and lead the AL Central after losing a major league-high 103 games last season, when they started 8-25. In all , Clevinger's fourth inning included two walks, two wild pitches, one hit and an error, resulting in three runs allowed.

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  • Law enforcement react to deputy's death

    Law enforcement react to deputy's death

    Mainhart was responding to a call about a disturbance at the home near Dardanelle, which is about 65 miles (105 kilometers) west of Little Rock. Bowden is now being held at the Conway County facility, he said. Mainhart was a law enforcement officer in Yell County for five years after having been a police officer in West Memphis, Arkansas, for more than 20 years.

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