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  • I was going to fire James Comey regardless of recommendation: Donald Trump

    Mr Trump's comments came shortly after he hosted Russia's top diplomat at the White House, in his highest-level Kremlin encounter since taking office. Rosenstein and Sessions sent letters to the White House on Tuesday, and Trump fired Comey later that day. Bizarrely, the president seems to think that by firing people who are investigating inconvenient things, he can shut down probes with an imperious "Nothing to see here".

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  • Of the 48 affected NHS England hospitals, six remain unoperational

    Of the 48 affected NHS England hospitals, six remain unoperational

    To do so, the assailants included code in the ransomware that would stop it from spreading if the virus sent an online request to a website created by the attackers. Former assistant attorney general for national security John Carlin joins Hari Sreenivasan for more on the attack.disabled3000869520zrSXZxrFf6Efalse215836215844http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/world-powers-look-djibouti-trade-military-access/World powers look to Djibouti for trade, military accessDjibouti, a tiny country in ...

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  • Emmanuel Macron to be sworn in as French president

    Emmanuel Macron to be sworn in as French president

    The election revealed two Frances: one urban, more affluent and open to reform; the other concentrated in the northern rustbelt and rural areas that backed Macron's far-right opponent Marine Le Pen or other anti-globalisation candidates. The 64-year-old launched Macron's political career, plucking him from the world of investment banking to be an advisor and then his economy minister.

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  • Turkey and USA can turn Raqqa into 'graveyard' for ISIL, says Erdogan

    Turkey and USA can turn Raqqa into 'graveyard' for ISIL, says Erdogan

    The Turkish leader's statement on Sunday follows reports of an increased US military presence on the Syrian-Turkish border, deployed over the weekend to protect YPG forces, the U.S.'s Syrian-Kurdish allies. As a result, a crisis is brewing over the US partnership with the militias. Syrian government forces backed by Russian Federation also operate in the area.

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  • The OnePlus 5 could be the phone that destroys Samsung's Galaxy S8

    According to the provided info, the OnePlus 5 will sport a 5.5-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) display, along with 8GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable internal storage (expandable up to 128GB via a microSD card). It could be possible that the OnePlus 5 will have 8GBs of ram as other sources have reported. If true, that would be a significant improvement over the OnePlus 3 as well as the OnePlus 3T.

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  • China's Xi says Silk Road plan boosts finance, security ties

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan are among the 29 leaders expected to attend, along with delegations from North Korea and the United States. Countries like the US, Japan, South Korea and France have chose to send official representations for the meet. "Nepal needs the maximum investment and we want Chinese investment channelled in Nepal through this new project."Nepal would benefit from this important project initiated by China and that this ...

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  • La mitad de sujetos obligados no ha cumplido con ley de transparencia

    En este sentido, con base en la información proporcionada por parte de la Secretaría de la Contraloría y Modernización Administrativa, con corte al 11 de mayo, Durango tuvo un total de un millón 501 mil 970 cargas de información en el sistema, con base en los formatos que se establecieron para nutrirlo.

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  • India Skips China 'Belt And Road Initiative' Over Sovereignty Concerns

    Meanwhile, Pakistan signed new deals with China on Saturday worth almost $500 million ahead of Beijing's worldwide forum on its "Silk Road" trade and infrastructure initiative for Asia, Africa and Europe, the Pakistani government said. "Britain, lying at the Western end of the Belt and Road , is a natural partner in this endeavor", Hammond said in a speech at the "One Belt One Road" forum in Beijing , according to his official remarks .

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  • North Korea launches ballistic missile amid United States concerns

    Japan's Defense Ministry says the missile likely reached an altitude of 2,000 kilometers (1,240 miles). Japan said the missile could be of a new type. Delegations from the United States, South Korea and North Korea are in Beijing for a conference on a plan for a new Silk Road. He says officials are studying possible implications of the launch that came days after South Korea's new president took office and an worldwide conference is being hosted by China.

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  • Iniciativa a Constituyente es impecablemente constitucional — Elías Jaua

    Iniciativa a Constituyente es impecablemente constitucional — Elías Jaua

    Las fuerzas de seguridad lanzan gas lacrimógeno y chorros de agua contra una multitud que reclama contra el presidente Maduro. La convocatoria a la Asamblea Constituyente ha sido rechazada desde varios sectores del país, entre ellos la CEV, la alianza opositora Mesa de la Unidad Democrática (MUD) y algunos gremios, por considerarlo "fraudulento" y que no solucionará los problemas del país.

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  • White House was warned that sacked Michael Flynn was a blackmail risk

    McMaster. White House officials, including Vice President Mike Pence, had insisted that Flynn had not discussed US -imposed sanctions with Kislyak during the presidential transition period. Yates briefly led the US Justice Department until Trump fired her on 30 January for declining to defend his travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries.

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  • Ciberataque de virus extorsionador llega a México — Alerta mundial

    Se trata de WannaCry , un programa informático cuyo objetivo es 'secuestrar' los archivos de una computadora para posteriormente pedir su 'rescate' a los usuarios a cambio de un pago de 300 dólares . "El tamaño del ataque nos hace pensar que tal vez no se trate de lobos solitarios", afirma para RT el bloguero José Luis Camacho, argumentando que ataques de esta envergadura requieren importante financiamiento.

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  • USA may ban laptops on all flights from Europe

    Alain Bauer, president of the CNAPS, a French regulator of private-sector security agents, including those checking baggage and passengers in France's airports, predicted "chaotic" scenes initially if the ban was instituted. Both US and European officials have said that they're waiting on the US Department of Homeland Security to make an announcement, but it is not yet clear as to when that might happen.

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  • Senadores de Cambiemos rechazaron el 2x1 a represores

    Lorenzetti y Maqueda -quienes quedaron en minoría- señalaron que esa reducción no es aplicable a los delitos de lesa humanidad, porque la aplicación de la ley más benigna tiene que ver con el cambio de la mirada de la sociedad en torno a un delito, algo que no sucedió.

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  • Confederate statue of Jefferson Davis removed in New Orleans; controversy continues

    The removal effort has received strong backing from both the mayor and the city council, as well as advocacy groups such as Take 'Em Down NOLA, which is pushing for the city to go beyond the four monuments slated to come down. After years of heated public debate and legal battles, recent court decisions paved the way for the city to relocate the four monuments. The obelisk was a tribute to whites who battled a biracial Reconstruction government installed in New Orleans after the Civil War.

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  • La Virgen de Fátima visitó la Legislatura

    La Virgen de Fátima visitó la Legislatura

    Numerosos grupos de brasileños se encuentran hoy en Fátima para participar en el centenario de las apariciones de la Virgen , ya que ellos profesan una devoción similar por Nuestra Señora Aparecida, que hace 300 años se le apareció a un grupo de pescadores.

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  • El mundo católico se reúne en Portugal

    El mundo católico se reúne en Portugal

    El Papa Francisco y numerosos peregrinos de diversas partes del mundo visitaron ayer el santuario de Fátima en Portugal. Durante la misa el papa abrazó a Lucas Baptista, el niño cuya recuperación, aparentemente inexplicable por los médicos, fue dada por un "milagro" necesario para que la Iglesia católica declarara santos a los hermanos Marto.

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  • Israel cuts million dollar funding to United Nations over critical resolution

    Israel has cut its United Nations budget by another $1 million because of UNESCO's approval of the resolution , making its deductions to the United Nations budget reach a total of $9 million. The minister claimed that over the years, the UN headquarters had committed building violations and confiscated land beyond that which had been originally leased to the UN, Channel 2 reported .

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  • Tigres y Rayados por la semifinal en Clásico 112

    El gol de la igualdad en el marcador llegó al 52' cuando Jonathan Rodríguez ganó la espalda a su marcador en un contragolpe, dribló a Alfredo Talavera y definió en el 1-1. América ya tenía todo seguro para avanzar a las semifinales, pues en la ida ganó 3-1 a Tigres como visitante, pero este resultado no fue garantía, pues no se imaginaron que los felinos podrían lograr lo inesperado en el partido de vuelta , ya que en la vuelta el marcador era 4-3 (global).

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  • French President-elect Emmanuel Macron begins official duties at WWII ceremony

    He faces a huge task to unite a fractured, anxious country and to win a parliamentary majority in June's general election, without which he could struggle to implement his ambitious reform agenda. The question of whether Macron will be able to respond to the needs of the far-right is the second challenge of his presidency. Numerous more than 57,000 French nationals in Canada cast ballots Saturday in the run-off election.

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  • CDMX busca mejorar

    CDMX busca mejorar "Médico en tu casa" con su implementación en Veracruz

    Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) recordó que el Movimiento de Regeneración Nacional (Morena) presentó denuncias contra Yunes Linares, se trata de “una carpeta azul” que contiene información proporcionada por el mismo gobierno y que detalla propiedades que tiene Miguel Ángel Yunes Linares en el extranjero, adquiridas probablemente gracias al desvío de recursos.

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  • Canoniza Francisco a dos jóvenes santos en Fátima, Portugal

    En total, dentro del recinto y en las calles aledañas, se dieron cita medio millón de personas de 55 nacionalidades. Algunos han llegado de rodillas y rezando a la localidad. "Según el creer y el sentir de muchos peregrinos -por no decir de todos-, Fátima essobre todo este manto de Luz que nos cubre, sobre todo este manto de Luz que nos cubre, tanto aquí como en cualquier otra parte de la tierra, cuando nos refugiamos bajo la protección de la Virgen Madre para pedirle, como enseña la Salve ...

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  • El papa canoniza a los pastorcillos de Fátima

    Francisco y Jacinta fallecieron de una enfermedad unos años después de las apariciones y se convirtieron en los santos no mártires más jóvenes reconocidos por la Iglesia católica . Los dos murieron a la edad de 10 y 9, a sólo tres años de las apariciones de 1917. "Bajo su manto, no se pierden; de sus brazos vendrá la esperanza y la paz que necesitan y que yo suplico para todos mis hermanos en el bautismo y en la humanidad, en particular para los enfermos y los discapacitados, los ...

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  • VENEZUELA: Maduro: Nadie me va a detener con la constituyente

    Consideran que un Presidente con altísimo nivel de rechazo , que en lugar de permitir la consulta al pueblo para que este decida válida y democráticamente sobre su permanencia o no al frente del ejecutivo, es un "convocante" que no solo carece de base constitucional, sino que no posee, en este momento, el sustrato de legitimidad necesario para propiciar una nueva constitución en el país.

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