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  • Trudeau Government Says Tillerson On Board With Climate Change

    Media projections of geopolitical tensions at today's Ministerial Meeting of the eight member states of the Arctic Council in Fairbanks, Alaska were once again proven wrong. A presidential decision on the future of the US participation in the Paris accord is expected "sometime over the next couple of weeks", the State Department's assistant secretary for oceans and global environmental and scientific affairs, David Balton, told reporters before the meeting in Fairbanks began.

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  • Korea fires ballistic missile, Moon convenes NSC session

    Korea fires ballistic missile, Moon convenes NSC session

    Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said on Sunday that North Korea's firing of a ballistic missile was a violation of United Nations resolutions and that Japan strongly protested the action. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that the missile was sacked early Sunday morning from near Kusong, in North Phyongan province.

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  • Campesinos y pescadores se movilizan este miércoles hasta Miraflores

    Campesinos y pescadores se movilizan este miércoles hasta Miraflores

    Los trabajadores de la tierra se dirigen al Palacio Presidencial en respuesta al llamado hecho por el presidente de la República, Nicolás Maduro , a todos los sectores para que se incorporen al diálogo nacional en favor de la paz . "Todas las personas tienen que saber que en éste país cabemos todos, que éste país es para todos, no para grupos partidos, sino para grupos unidos, destacó Fanor Palomino adulto mayor de la parroquia Sucre de Caracas ".

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  • Grupo armado en Guerrero golpean y amenazan a reporteros

    Los bloqueos se instalaron en diversos tramos de la carretera federal que comunica a Ciudad Altamirano. "Reitero el compromiso de las instituciones de seguridad para continuar la acción conjunta y coordinada y respaldada por el gobierno de la República que termine con la idea de que puede desafiarse a la Ley, sin consecuencias", y puntualizó que se recuperará el bienestar de la población de la Tierra Caliente .

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  • Donald Trump to launch panel to investigate voter fraud

    Donald Trump to launch panel to investigate voter fraud

    He later reiterated the claim . "They all voted for Hillary". They didn't vote for me. "I am not certain what more the White House could do to signal its utter disregard for the democratic process in this country", said Rep. "If the Trump administration really cares about election integrity", Ho said, "it will divulge its supposed evidence before embarking on this commission boondoggle".

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  • Pope Nixes Medjugorje Visions but Says Shrine Has Benefits

    Francis canonised the siblings at the start of a Mass marking the centenary of their visions. Authorities said they expected 1 million people. "It's like an answer to prayer, because I felt that always they would be canonized". Lucia, who later became a nun and wrote of the children's experiences, is on track for beatification, the first step toward becoming a saint. "The idea is that a person worthy of sainthood must demonstrably be in heaven, actually interceding with God on behalf of ...

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  • May Day rallies across U.S. target Trump immigration policy

    May Day rallies across U.S. target Trump immigration policy

    The goal of Loyalty Day is to recognize "the heritage of American freedom", and each year since 1958, the president has issued a Loyalty Day proclamation. Democratic state Sen. Jamie Eldridge is the bill sponsor and said it wasn't enough for individual communities to become sanctuary cities because workers must cross city lines to get to and from jobs.

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  • Nuevo escándalo en EE.UU: Trump amenazó al ex director del FBI

    El presidente indicó el jueves en una entrevista con la cadena NBC que había tenido dos conversaciones telefónicas y otra en una cena con Comey , durante las cuales le había preguntado si había una investigación contra él por una supuesta colusión con Rusia durante la campaña presidencial del 2016 que lo llevó a la Casa Blanca , lo que puede alimentar sospechas de injerencia o intimidación.

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  • 5th LynnWay Auto Auction victim dies

    5th LynnWay Auto Auction victim dies

    Espaillat's family could not be reached for comment. Forget yesterday's news. Get what you need today in this early-morning email. Rhode Island residents Brenda Lopez, 48, and Pantaleon Santos, 49, and Leezandra Aponte, 36, of Lowell, also were killed.

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  • Comisión Presidencial para la Constituyente dialoga con grupos opositores en Venezuela

    Comisión Presidencial para la Constituyente dialoga con grupos opositores en Venezuela

    Ese mismo día, la canciller de la República Delcy Rodríguez, quien también forma parte de la Comisión se reunió con el cuerpo diplomático acreditado en el país para exponer los motivos y objetivos de la convocatoria. "Yo quiero que todos los sectores participen en las elecciones que se van a convocar para elegir diputados y diputadas constituyentes, territoriales y sectoriales".

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  • Police investigate killing of Ohio police chief, 2 others

    Officials say Hartless killed two female employees-Marlina Medrano, a nurse, and 48-year-old Cindy Krantzat, a nurse's aide-at the nursing home in Licking County. The village of about 500 residents is roughly 25 miles (39 kilometers) east of Columbus . An Ohio coroner has reopened its investigation into an 8-year-old boy's suicide, and his school district is expected to release video showing a bully knocking him unconscious two days before he killed himself.

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  • North Korea launches ballistic missile — South Korean military

    North Korea launched ballistic missiles, thought to be intermediate-range types, from a site near its eastern coast on April 5 and 16, but both launches ended in failure. Japan issued a strong protest immediately after the launch, declaring North Korea's repeated missile tests are a grave threat to its neighbors and a clear violation of United Nations resolutions.

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  • North Korea open to United States talks under conditions

    The missile flew more than 700 kilometres (435 miles) before landing in the Sea of Japan (East Sea). Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping expressed concern about rising tensions on the Korean peninsula after a North Korean missile test on Sunday, Putin's spokesman said.

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  • France's Macron confirms backing for Paris Olympic bid

    Photographs of the event show Bryant and Domingo chatting with guests. In 2024, Long Beach would have the largest sports park outside of downtown Los Angeles, with a record six sports: handball in the Long Beach Arena, water polo and BMX in temporary venues around the Arena, the triathlon and open water swimming just south on the beach, and sailing off the Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier.

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  • Inauguration day: Macron to become France's new president

    His predecessor, François Hollande, welcomed him in the courtyard, shaking hands in front of hundreds of journalists. New French President Emmanuel Macron has pledged to work to overcome divisions in society which had been shown by the presidential election campaign.

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  • Ricketts: Nebraska will benefit from exporting beef to China

    Ricketts: Nebraska will benefit from exporting beef to China

    The United States is fast becoming a major LNG exporter, though few of its export cargoes to date have been shipped to China. Cheniere Energy, which operates the only current operating U.S. Settlement licenses: China will issue bond underwriting and settlement licenses to two qualified US financial institutions. With just one more round of technical consultations between the US and China, American beef will once again be China-bound.

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  • Suspect arrested in New York City attack on German tourist

    Suspect arrested in New York City attack on German tourist

    The attack on the tourist, who was in town to attend a conference, was captured on surveillance videos. Earlier this week, NYPD Chief of Detectives called Robinson a "highly risky individual". He was released in March 2016, but arrested six months later for a parole violation, officials said. Police also say Robinson stole a woman's credit card in April.

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  • Trump invita al presidente Moon a Washington

    Moon se enfrenta a una delicada tarea diplomática ante Corea del Norte, que sueña con poner en marcha un misil capaz de llevar un ataque en Estados Unidos y que ha colocado a Seúl al alcance de su vasta artillería. Después de una sobria ceremonia de investidura, Moon se dirigió, de pie en una limusina y saludando a sus partidarios, hacia la Casa Azul, la presidencia surcoreana.

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  • Trump tapes? If they exist, they could spell trouble

    Critics have assailed Trump for abruptly dismissing Comey, who was leading the agency's investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US election, and possible ties between Moscow and the Trump campaign. Presidential historian Robert Dallek said Trump's predecessors have mostly avoided explicit demands for pledges of loyalty for practical political reasons, even beyond the historical principle that high officials' first allegiance should be to the constitution and country rather than ...

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  • CIA forms special unit focused on North Korea threat

    In mid-April, expectations of a sixth North Korean nuclear test coupled with reports that a U.S. Navy carrier strike group was sailing towards the Korean Peninsula sparked fears of a renewed conflict with Pyongyang. The statement said the organizers also gave him instructions to report on the "creed" of the person who would carry out the attack "and the state of his 'brainwashing, '" and to make sure the preparations were ideal, as there could be a war if it was revealed that South Korea's ...

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  • El primer acto oficial de Macron, como presidente electo de Francia

    Noticias relacionadas De Trump a Merkel: Líderes mundiales felicitan a Macron por su victoria en Francia De Trump a Merkel: Líderes mundiales felicitan a Macron por su victoria en Francia 5 Presidenta Bachelet felicita a Macron tras victoria en el balotaje francés Presidenta Bachelet felicita a Macron tras victoria en el balotaje francés 18 "Macron tiene el tremendo desafío de salvar el modelo democrático francés y también, aún más difícil, reencantar a los franceses con la política", ...

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  • Trump to Comey: Better hope there are no 'tapes' of their talks

    On MSNBC Friday afternoon, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told Andrea Mitchell that Comey told him he was having dinner at the White House that evening, and that he was "uneasy" over the invitation from Trump. "Regardless of recommendation I was going to fire Comey". Trump's spokeswoman replied by saying she hadn't spoken to Trump about when he made a decision to fire Comey.

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  • Dispuestos a negociar con Trump

    Es la más reciente de una serie de pruebas de Pyongyang encaminadas a desarrollar un misil nuclear que pueda llegar hasta Estados Unidos . En las últimas semanas, Pyongyang efectuó dos pruebas fallidas de misiles balísticos de alcance medio.

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  • Jeff Sessions wants all those prisons full

    Jeff Sessions wants all those prisons full

    Never mind that there has been an explosion in opioid and heroin addiction under the Obama administration's soft policies that treated drug crimes as non-violent offenses. And even if they opt not to pursue the most serious charges, prosecutors are still required to provide judges with all the details of a case when defendants are sentenced, which could lengthen prison terms.

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