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  • Donald Trump habló del tiroteo en París:

    Donald Trump habló del tiroteo en París: "parece otro ataque terrorista"

    El agresor, armado con una ametralladora, salió de un auto y abrió fuego contra los policías frente a una tienda, indicaron testigos, según informes. El terrorista abatido anoche tras asesinar a un policía en París , que ya había sido condenado en 2005 por disparar contra dos agentes, fue detenido en febrero por amenazas contra las fuerzas del orden, aunque posteriormente fue puesto en libertad por falta de pruebas concluyentes.

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  • Only 34 New England Patriots showed up to meet Trump

    In photos posted to social media, the number of attendees at year's event seemed significantly lower than a similar event hosted by President Barack Obama in 2015. The sports editor, Jason Stallman, admitted to making a "blunder". iMediaEthics asked Stallman how the error occurred and if the Times has been in touch with the Patriots, but Stallman told iMediaEthics he was declining to comment further.

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  • S. Korea, US, Japan hold 9th Defense Trilateral Talks in Tokyo

    North Korea's vice-foreign minister told the BBC Pyongyang would continue to test missiles and would launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike if it thought the U.S. Commenting on the matter, Russian political scientist Alexei Gusev told Radio Sputnik that it is highly unlikely that the United States will engage North Korea in a direct confrontation.

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  • Santos estará en Paraguay en una visita oficial

    Santos estará en Paraguay en una visita oficial

    El Presidente de Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, llegará a Paraguay el domingo y permanecerá en nuestro país durante dos días, en el marco de una visita oficial. Al mediodía, en el Salón Independencia del Palacio de López, el presidente colombiano será condecorado por Cartes con la "Orden Nacional del Mérito en el Grado de Collar Mariscal Francisco Solano López".

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  • Arkansas Sidesteps Legal Wrangling, Executes First in List of Inmates

    Supreme Court after the state lost an appeal to the high court on a case involving another inmate Monday night. Lee was convicted of the 1993 strangulation of Debra Reese in a Little Rock suburb. Three executions were canceled because of court decisions, and court rulings have put at least one other in doubt. Arkansas, which hadn't executed anyone since 2005, is among states that have had difficulty acquiring the drugs it needs for lethal injections.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ to launch in India today

    One user told the newspaper: "After I read articles that there are many reddish panels, I checked mine". The hardware is one place where the United States variant of the S8 differs from the S8 launched in India. The analyst explains that the full-screen design has offset other concerns relating to the Galaxy S8, such as its rear-facing fingerprint sensor and the lack of a dual-camera.

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  • North Korea Ratchets Up Anti-US Rhetoric

    The Trump administration has warned that it is considering a range of options to stop North Korea from developing the capability, including a preemptive military attack. This after fighter jets from the USA and South Korea continued to conduct joint military exercises on the Korean peninsula. "I said, 'Do you want on your resume that, during your presidency, the North Koreans developed a missile that could hit the American homeland with a nuclear weapon on top of it?,' and he said, ...

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  • U.S. will honor 'dumb' Australia refugee deal

    U.S. will honor 'dumb' Australia refugee deal

    Under the deal, asylum seekers held in offshore processing camps on South Pacific islands in Papua New Guinea and Nauru will be resettled in the United States, with Australia taking in refugees from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras in return.

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  • Outage sent San Franciscans outside to play

    Outage sent San Franciscans outside to play

    Office workers in the center of the city were seen spilling out on to the sidewalks, wandering the streets for an open café with working power, while major retailers such as Macy's and Louis Vuitton for forced to close shop for the morning.

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  • USA to honour 'dumb' refugee deal with Australia

    Australia's relationship with the new administration in Washington got off to a rocky start when Mr. Trump lambasted Mr. Turnbull over the resettlement arrangement, which Mr. US Vice President Mike Pence has sought to reassure Australia about the "historic alliance" between Washington and Canberra, following a spat between the two countries' leaders over a refugee resettlement deal .

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  • Brutal represión de Maduro a protesta opositora: 2 muertos

    Brutal represión de Maduro a protesta opositora: 2 muertos

    Uno de los jóvenes que fallecieron por disparos en la cabeza durante los enfrentamientos, tenía apenas 17 años y la segunda era una jovencita de 23 años. Las estaciones del metro fueron cerradas "por seguridad", pero impidiendo de hecho la movilidad de los opositores . Las protestas dividieron a la capital, donde partidarios del gobierno salieron también a las calles el miércoles.

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  • Canada trade dispute hurts dairy farms

    System spokeswoman Stephanie Marquis said the system has a long history of collaborating with Wisconsin's dairy industry and UW researchers continue to "generate innovative solutions to help grow and protect the milk industry in our state. It had been duty-free but Canada changed course after its milk producers complained. U.S. President Donald Trump directly attacked Canada yesterday specifically taking aim at the dairy industry's supply-management system .

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  • Pence embraces US-Australia partnership after Trump spat

    The fall-out has strained the typically cosy alliance between the United States and Australia. Turnbull voiced his thanks, saying "the commitment to honor the deal is very important and one that speaks volumes". Australia has fought alongside the U.S.in every major conflict since World War I, and is one of the largest contributors to the US -led military campaign in Iraq and Syria.

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  • United States vows to do more in Syria 'if needed'

    Residents in a Syrian town that was targeted by a deadly chemical weapons attack earlier this week have stated that warplanes returned to bomb it on Saturday. "The American strikes did nothing for us". He did not rule out additional strikes if Assad continued to engage in atrocities against rebel forces with either chemical or conventional weapons.

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  • Paris attacker who killed officer left note supporting ISIS

    Paris attacker who killed officer left note supporting ISIS

    ISIS issued a statement saying the shooter was an Islamic State "fighter", but officials have not yet confirmed his background and motive. The assault left one police officer dead and two others injured, one of whom remains in hospital. The attack on Thursday night on the Champs Elysees boulevard added a new source of unpredictability to a closely contested election that will decide the management of France's 2.2 trillion euro economy, which vies with Britain for the rank of fifth largest ...

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  • Something Sketchy Happened the Same Day Ivanka Trump Met with China's President

    That compares with 31% with unfavorable opinions of Ivanka Trump and 36% with favorable opinions, and Kushner, with 32% unfavorable to 15% favorable. July 21, 2016: Donald Trump accepts Republican nomination for president. While trademarks do not directly confer financial gains, they protect the use of logos and other intellectual property, making them valuable tools for companies looking to build new ventures or expand existing operations.

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  • Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) Under Analyst Spotlight

    IFC Holdings Incorporated FL raised its stake in Blackstone Group by 1.4% in the third quarter. Investors measure stock performance on the basis of a company's earnings power. Red Hat operates through three geographical divisions: the Americas, including the United States, Canada and Latin America; EMEA, including Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific.

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  • Jet Airways Introduces Chennai-Paris, Bengaluru-Amsterdam Flights

    Jet Airways Introduces Chennai-Paris, Bengaluru-Amsterdam Flights

    Jet Airways has added two worldwide flights - Chennai-Paris and Bengaluru-Amsterdam - in its network from October this year, the bookings for which commenced from April 20, 2017. Demand for enhanced connectivity to global destinations is on the rise from South India and increasingly from corporate travelers. A Jet Airways spokesperson said the flight 9W 234 returned to Amsterdam due to a "suspected tail scrape during take-off".

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  • Juventus Knock Barcelona Out Of Champions League

    Juventus Knock Barcelona Out Of Champions League

    Teenage sensation Kylian Mbappe, skipper Radamel Falcao and substitute Valere Germain got their goals with Marco Reus netting for Dortmund on a memorable night for the hosts. Monaco players celebrate after the match. "All the players played to a high level tonight and I am very happy with the performance of all of them", said Jardim, whose squad came through the qualifiers to then see off the likes of Tottenham in the group stages and then Manchester City.

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  • Indonesian prosecutors demand Christian Governor Ahok be jailed if he offends again

    Indonesian prosecutors demand Christian Governor Ahok be jailed if he offends again

    Official results will not be announced until the first week of May, but quick counts by independent pollsters should be able to predict the victor hours after the polls close. More than 100 hardline Muslim protesters gathered outside the courtroom on Thursday, where they demanded a heavier sentence. Baswedan, an academic, has been accused of abandoning his moderate Islamic values during the campaign by cozying up to hardliners in a bid to win the support of Muslim voters angered by Purnama's ...

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 To Feature Dual Camera Setup: KGI Analyst

    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 To Feature Dual Camera Setup: KGI Analyst

    The Galaxy S8 has it beside the camera at the back, leading many to question Samsung's aesthetic decisions. They also both feature Super AMOLED display, allowing for clearer videos and images with a resolution of 2960 x 1440 (Quad HD). Both the devices are IP certified for dust and water resistance and they come with Iris scanner on the front along with face recognition as well. They run on Android 7.0 Nougat and have USB-C and 3.5mm headphone jacks.

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  • Donald Trump hits out at 'ridiculous' 100-day benchmark

    Donald Trump hits out at 'ridiculous' 100-day benchmark

    Full of energy and fresh off the campaign trail, a newly inaugurated president will generally try to implement as numerous policies that helped them get elected as possible. In fact, at one point, Trump actually called his campaign platform the "100-day plan ". When President Donald Trump swept into the White House in January, some of his advisers confidently predicted that his victory would set off a populist wave across Europe - one that would scatter mainstream parties on the left and ...

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  • Cardell Hayes sentenced to 25 years for Will Smith killing

    She also noted the enormous emotion surrounding this case, which lasted roughly one year from Hayes' original indictment. Jurors heard that Hayes' Hummer had rear-ended Smith's Mercedes SUV that night, shortly after the SUV appeared to have tapped the rear of Hayes's auto.

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  • Rescued teen showed no anger toward her teacher

    Tenn. (AP) - Teacher Tad Cummins took guns, money and his wife's vehicle before kidnapping a 15-year-old female student and taking her on a 2,500-mile cross-country journey that ended Thursday , court records show. The discovery came hours after someone called a tip into the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation late Wednesday night. He said Thomas appears to be healthy and unharmed, but authorities are concerned about her emotional and mental state, and will continue to view her as a ...

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  • Iowa jobless rate falls, but so does participation

    Employment rose by 17,000 to a new record high above 6.1 million while unemployment dropped by 9,000 to 321,000, the lowest in nine years. The state Office of Employment and Training said Thursday that last month's seasonally adjusted rate was down slightly from the 5.1 percent statewide rate in March 2016.

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  • Theresa May's U-turn on calling an election

    With lawmakers having voted by a resounding 522 to 13 to back May's call for an election, the third in a little over two years, the decks have been cleared for the general elections which will predictably be dominated by Britain's vote to leave the European Union less than a year ago.

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  • Sir Eric Pickles to quit as MP before General Election

    Sir Eric Pickles to quit as MP before General Election

    Sir Eric became an MP after more than 10 years in local government, eventually holding the communities and local government brief in the 2010-15 coalition government. Sir Eric joined the Young Conservatives in 1968 and was knighted in 2015. "It has been an enormous honour to represent the constituency for twenty-five years, Brentwood and Ongar is a wonderful place to live".

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  • North Korea tensions seen in propaganda, miscommunication

    Experts in South Korea estimate a North Korean "provocation" is likely from "next week until May 9" - the date of the presidential election in Seoul. "The United States of America will always seek peace but under President (Donald) Trump, the shield stands guard and the sword stands ready", Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday told sailors aboard a US carrier in Tokyo Bay, as part of his Asia tour.

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