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  • VENEZUELA: Suben a 21 los muertos en protestas en Venezuela

    En algunas barriadas pobres y de clase media de la capital venezolana se registraron anoche protestas callejeras contra el gobierno de Maduro, según reportaron vecinos a través de las emisoras de radio locales. Las tensiones se activaron a raíz de dos sentencias que emitió el Tribunal Supremo de Justicia contra la Asamblea Nacional , que controla desde el 2016 la oposición.

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  • Bomba lanzada por EU en Afganistán no mató a ningún soldado: EI

    Bomba lanzada por EU en Afganistán no mató a ningún soldado: EI

    El pasado fin de semana un soldado estadounidense había resultado muerto en combates en la provincia de Nangarhar, en el este de Afganistán. El armamento, nombrado GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB) y apodado por sus siglas por la prensa como "la madre de todas las bombas" (Mother Of All Bombs), fue lanzado desde una nave estadounidense a las 19 del jueves, hora local, en la provincia de Nangarhar, cerca de la frontera con Pakistán.

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  • Pence praises moderate Islam in Indonesia

    Pence praises moderate Islam in Indonesia

    Pence is visiting Indonesia a day after the Indonesian capital Jakarta elected a new Muslim governor who rode a wave of conservative Islamist to defeat an incumbent Christian on trial charged with blasphemy against the Koran. "Many people - including wise people in the media - were sceptical of the Trump administration's commitment to the region, and as you can see the commitment is very real".

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  • Territorios de Francia en ultramar abren centros electorales — VENEZUELA

    Territorios de Francia en ultramar abren centros electorales — VENEZUELA

    Los sondeos de opinión señalan que al menos cuatro candidatos tienen posibilidades de pasar a la segunda ronda, que se celebra en mayo entre los dos más votados. Francia votará bajo estricta seguridad, con más de 50.000 policías y otros agentes de seguridad movilizados para las elecciones. Los resultados permanecerán sellados hasta el domingo por la noche después de que se vote en Francia continental.

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  • Year-old boy dies after falling from carnival ride in Australia

    Year-old boy dies after falling from carnival ride in Australia

    He loved nothing more than playing with his siblings and dogs, they said. 'We could not have been more proud of him and cannot imagine our world without him. Our honest thoughts are also with the first responders on the scene of the accident, as well as other guests and Wittingslow Carnival staff. Police say the accident happened after the carnival had closed to the public at 5.15pm, with Eugene suffering serious head and hand injuries.

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  • Trump reportedly looking to oust Bannon and Priebus amid feud with Kushner

    Two of the top officials closest to President Donald Trump - Stephen Bannon and Jared Kushner - met Friday in an attempt to reconcile their differences and put an end to the infighting that's plagued the administration in recent days. Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner , also one of his chief advisers, has been working in global relations as well, drawing criticism because of his lack of government experience.

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  • New York Offers Free Four-Year College Studies For Residents

    New York Offers Free Four-Year College Studies For Residents

    The program will require students to remain in NY after they gradate to live and work in the state for the same number of years they benefited from the funding. How much will SUNY and CUNY cost students now? Those students would get a maximum award of $3,000. "I do think we need to hit the pause button and think hard about, how do we support choice?" The budget included $8 million to help SUNY and CUNY offer educational resources including e-books.

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  • Rashford's late victor sends Manchester United to Europa League semis

    Rashford's late victor sends Manchester United to Europa League semis

    The Special One continued: "I don't think they are easy injuries but I prefer to wait until all the tests are done tomorrow". I can't do that because I am a manager not a doctor. "I'm happy. It was a hard game, difficult opponent". "It was a hard game, a hard opponent, I am exhausted, I imagine the players are more exhausted than me", he said.

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  • Iran's president registers to run in May elections

    Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad , who recently surprised everyone by joining the presidential race, has given an interview in which he called Iran a "powerful country" that the "US administration can not hurt" and voiced support for the nuclear deal deal struck between Iran and global powers in 2015, APA reports quoting Sputnik.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 launched in India; Can you guess its price?

    Both the Galaxy S8 and S8+ will come with a brand new display. However, as far as the launch of the device is concerned, the South Korean tech giant might take at-least more than a month to release it, even if it is ready now. This handset which has been caught on camera is likely one such prototype that was used to test out the dual-camera hardware. "The Galaxy S8 and S8+ provide heightened security and privacy, with biometric authentication, including fingerprint scanner, iris scanning ...

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  • China's bombers on 'high alert' as North Korea threatens USA with nukes

    In the aftermath of Vice President Mike Pence's visit to the Korean demilitarized zone, North Korea's deputy representative at the United Nations gave a stern warning to the world body. The orchestra's performance is believed to have been broadcast across North Korea, and was also posted on YouTube - a video sharing platform that the country has recently started to use, in order to share propaganda.

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  • Rain, sunshine predicted into the weekend

    Rain, sunshine predicted into the weekend

    Rain becomes more widespread and heavier as a low tracks across the Carolinas. After dealing with light rain showers this morning, we'll continue to see mostly cloudy skies into the early afternoon. Friday Night . Showers likely. Chance of precipitation is 90%. Chance of precipitation is 80%. Westerly winds will be up to about 18 miles per hour.

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  • Russian expert points to Fillon as best French presidential candidate for Moscow

    When you combine all of this with the fact that Le Pen's policies are so close to his own on issues of immigration and national sovereignty, it's clear what's going on here. The leader of the far-right political party, National Front, also called on the French government to " immediately " expel all foreign nationals being monitored by intelligence services, referring mainly to those on the "Fiche S" list, which contains people considered to be a threat to national security who should be ...

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  • Venezuela death toll soars to 20 in weeks of protests

    The Venezuelan Observatory of Violence, said in 2013 that in Caracas there are 79 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, nearly 25,000 Venezuelans killed by violence in a year, which could be said to have doubled in the last four years. The circumstances of the shooting were not immediately clear. A government statement Friday said Miguel Henrique Otero, whose paper is the last remaining national newspaper critical of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's government, fled his country "for ...

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  • Estado Islámico reivindica ataque terrorista en los Campos Elíseos en París

    El grupo yihadista Estado Islámico reivindicó el ataque perpetrado hoy en los Campos Eliseos , que dejó un policía muerto y dos heridos durante la noche del jueves en Francia y que nuevamente conmocionó a occidente. Mató a uno de los policías e intentó agredir a los otros corriendo detrás de ellos”, agregó esta fuente. Dos días después, cuando estaba arrestado, hirió gravemente a otro policía que lo sacaba de su celda al robarle el arma.

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  • "Ya estoy mucho mejor" — Bartra

    La portavoz de la policía de Dortmund Nina Vogt señaló que las investigaciones continúan y confirmó que el "objeto sospechoso" hallado en el lugar de los hechos tras las detonaciones no era un explosivo, como se llegó a temer, sino simplemente basura.

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  • USS Carl Vinson Wasn't Sailing to Deter N. Korea as Announced

    USS Carl Vinson Wasn't Sailing to Deter N. Korea as Announced

    A U.S. aircraft carrier and other warships, which President Donald Trump said were sent to the Korean Peninsula last week as a warning, did not sail towards North Korea - but went in the opposite direction, it has emerged. The reporter pointed out that while the aircraft carrier is headed there now, it wasn't headed there last week when the statements were put out. It was actually headed south from Singapore to participate in a four-day military exercise with the Australian Navy that ended ...

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  • EU Commission says Turkey must investigate referendum doubts

    EU Commission says Turkey must investigate referendum doubts

    Turkey's prime minister has called on the opposition to respect the result of a referendum that will expand the powers of the office of the president. Turkey's new political system is due to come into effect after elections in November 2019. "The system represents a change, a transformation in the democratic history of Turkey", he said.

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  • Russian navy visits Philippines as Duterte tightens ties with US foes

    Russian navy visits Philippines as Duterte tightens ties with US foes

    The Russian seamen organized an excursion for military servicemen of the Philippine Navy around the Varyag cruiser. "But we can go into partnerships in mutually beneficial activities", he added. Duterte first went to the upper deck where the short-range anti-missile rocket system is located. It is armed with a variety of anti-ship, anti-aircraft and anti-submarines missiles and gun systems.

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  • Rafael Nadal eases into Monte-Carlo quarters

    But the 29-year-old Spaniard hit back to win the the second set by the same score. Ramos-Vinolas was looking increasingly unsafe by that stage, though, with his forehand a particularly potent weapon. There were no such issues for Rafael Nadal, as he cruised past Alexander Zverev , dropping just two games. But then Edmund unleashed the same hidden, hard-to-read forehand that gave Novak Djokovic fits back at Indian Wells, and slugged himself right back in the match , claiming the second set ...

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  • DOJ to sanctuary cities: Prove compliance with laws or no federal funds

    The jurisdictions include the state of California and the cities of New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and New Orleans. O'Neill added that the NYPD arrested more than 1,000 people in 100 gang takedowns in 2016. Immigration and criminal attorney Wayne Sachs said, "The approach of attacking sanctuary cities is an approach based on fear". Seth Stein, a spokesman for city hall in New York City, said the administration's push was "nothing new" and the "grandstanding shows how out of touch ...

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  • Samsung Releases an "Infinitely Amazing" Galaxy S8 Commercial

    However, there was some speculation that Samsung might ditch plans for a Galaxy S8 Active this year due to the design tweaks the company has made. In just few weeks of the Galaxy S8 lineup pre-orders going live in the United States and South Korea, Samsung witnessed a "double digit growth" (at least 10 percent) over Galaxy S7's a year ago.

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  • Justice Dept. threatens to cut grants to sanctuary cities

    Those jurisdictions were all identified in a May 2016 memo from the agency's Inspector General as having "policies that limit or restrict cooperation" with U.S. Hanson, acting head of the Office of Justice Programs. Perhaps the biggest controversy surrounding the DOJ's demand was sparked by the department's claim that New York City is "soft on crime".

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  • Over 100 killed, wounded in Taliban attack on Afghan military base

    Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid in a statement said the attack was a retribution for the killings of several senior Taliban leaders in northern Afghanistan, according to reports. The toll could change, the defence ministry said in a statement, adding it would provide more information once an investigation was completed. The attack happened at about 1.30 p m on Friday at a mosque located onsite of Afghan National Army's 209 Shaheen Corps Headquarters in Balkh province.

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  • The US will honor a 'dumb' refugee deal with Australia

    The US will honor a 'dumb' refugee deal with Australia

    Industry Minister Arthur Sinodinos, Trade Minister Steven Ciobo and Australia's Ambassador to the US Joe Hockey were also at the brainstorming session at Sydney's Intercontinental Hotel. The Vice-President was in Sydney for talks with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on a trip aimed at mending fences following a surly phone conversation between Mr Trump and Mr Turnbull in January, which rattled a longstanding alliance between the two powers.

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