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  • Four men found guilty in Toronto cafe killing

    Four men found guilty in Toronto cafe killing

    Jury members deliberated for two days before making their decision. Raposo, 35, was shot in the head four times at point blank range on June 18, 2012 at 3:30 pm. In at least one message, Nero called Raposo a "rat" who deserved to die for the harm he had caused, court heard. Alan Gold, who represents Nero, told the court the group considered stealing the drugs from Raposo to be retribution enough.

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  • James Comey declines to testify before Senate panel

    One of those being interviewed is Republican Senator John Cornyn, the second highest-ranking member of the Senate and a former Texas Attorney General. In a tweet, Mr Trump appeared to issue a thinly veiled threat to Mr Comey, saying he had "better hope there are no tapes" of their conversations. "There are times you read a story where someone is trying to pull apart one word one sentence ...

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  • Is Trump Taping Conversations in the Oval Office? Sean Spicer Won't Say

    She isn't. And those two differences explain why Republicans, especially those in the White House, were foolish to think that Democrats would not criticise the firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey. But three deputies in the Justice Department, White House press office and Federal Bureau of Investigation have taken on outsized roles this week at the center of the developing controversy.

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  • UK interior minister says health system has recovered from cyber attack

    Some hospital staff couldn't access patient records , and others had to cancel appointments. There's no indication that someone was harmed on Friday as a result of this particular attack. When asked to confirm that Wana Decryptor has struck in the US, and at what scale, Acting Deputy Press Secretary Scott McConnell did not provide specifics.

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  • Russia, China anxious about rising tensions over N.Korea

    In a statement, the North said: "The US raises its voice before the member states, claiming that many countries are not fully engaged in implementation of the "sanction resolutions" against the DPRK and even intimidating others into the implementation, openly threatening that member nations would be faced with "strong measures of sanction" if they do not implement or show less interest in fulfilling their obligation to implement the "sanction resolutions".

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  • Poster of Pope and 'Devilish' Trump Kissing Appears in Rome

    The artwork is likely to be in anticipation of President Trump's scheduled meeting with Pope Francis on May 24, 2017, in the City. The pope's meeting with Trump could be potentially awkward given their diametrically opposed positions on immigration, refugees and climate change, which he told reporters on the plane "are well known".

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  • Trump calls for stronger sanctions on North Korea after missile

    Will North Korea crisis finally bring China and U.S. together? "At present, the situation on the peninsula is complex and sensitive, and all relevant parties should exercise restraint and do nothing to further worsen regional tensions", the Chinese Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

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  • The White House's changing story on the Comey firing

    Giving more details about Trump's meetings with Comey, Spicer said Trump was seeking assurances from the FBI director that he wasn't under investigation because he wanted to fight back against "the narrative" building around the Russian Federation story.

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  • Trump Highlights Rosie O'Donnell's Support for Firing Comey

    Trump Highlights Rosie O'Donnell's Support for Firing Comey

    The big news of the day (so far) is that Rosenstein allegedly threatened to resign after the White House tried to place responsibility for the Comey firing on him. During a press briefing on Thursday afternoon, Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that the divergent messages from the White House resulted from a lack of information from the president himself.

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  • Egipto: Descubren necrópolis en Minya

    Se informa que las momias no pertenecieron a la realeza . "El lugar albergaba 17 momias y algunas estaban en sarcófagos", dijo el ministerio en un comunicado. "Esto podría indicar la presencia de una necrópolis mucho más grande", señaló. Las momias descubiertas podrían datar del periodo tardío (712-332 a. C.), pero la portavoz del ministerio , Nevine al Aref, precisó que podrían igualmente remontar a la era de la dinastía ptolemaica (hacia el 330-30 a.

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  • India skips China's OBOR summit in Beijing

    Nawaz said that "with the help of our Chinese friends an environment had been created for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor to take off and has started to create new entrepreneurs, jobs and businesses". Even neighboring India has been skeptical. The statement added: "The Belt and Road initiative is an open and inclusive one". "Noting India shares the global community's desire for enhanced physical connectivity and believes that it should bring greater economic benefits to all in an ...

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  • Koch network criticizes Sessions sentencing memo

    Koch network criticizes Sessions sentencing memo

    Even the body in charge of sentencing guidelines, the federal Sentencing Commission, concluded several years ago that sentencing standards had cracked down too hard on relatively minor offenders, such as drug couriers and mules, rather than being focused on kingpins and other major players.

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  • China, Pak. ink pacts ahead of summit

    China aims to work with other countries to build the Belt and Road into an open platform of cooperation and a solution for challenges, including a lack of new growth drivers, development imbalance and terrorism. As many as 28 heads of state and government, over 50 leaders of global organisations, over 100 ministerial-level officials, as well as over 1,200 delegates from various countries and regions are participating in the Belt and Road Forum for worldwide Cooperation summit.

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  • Korea challenges South's new leader

    It puts immediate pressure on South Korea's President Moon Jae-in, who campaigned on a platform of better engagement with the North. "With the missile impacting so close to Russian soil, in fact - closer to Russia than to Japan - the President can not imagine that Russia is pleased", the White House said in a statement.

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  • China calls for 'restraint' after another North Korea missile test

    Japan's Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida said he and his South Korean counterpart agreed "dialogue for dialogue's sake with North Korea is meaningless". "The Russian missile early warning systems detected at about 23:30 Moscow time on May 13 the launch of a ballistic missile from the territory of North Korea".

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  • Peritos de la PGR visitan zona de supuesta ejecución en Palmarito

    Luego de ocho días del enfrentamiento entre militares y presuntos huachicoleros , la PGR llegó a la zona para recabar evidencias y reconstruir los hechos a partir del video que ubica las calles Hidalgo y 10 Sur. También fueron vinculados a proceso Gerardo Adrian "N" y Mauricio "N", relacionados con la carpeta de investigación 548/2017/Tecamachalco, como probables responsables los delitos de homicidio en grado de tentativa agravado y portación de arma de fuego y de proyectiles útiles.

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  • Arctic Is Changing as U.S. Mulls Climate Policy, Tillerson Says

    The Trump administration has not come out with a decision on whether the USA will pull out of the Paris Climate accord signed under President Obama. Whether the USA stays in the Paris agreement or signs on to declarations against heavy fuel oil use, what the country actually does in terms of permitting, enforcement, and policy will be more important to reducing carbon emissions and mitigating against climate change.

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  • El papa Francisco convirtió en santos a 2 pastorcitos de Fátima

    El papa Francisco convirtió en santos a 2 pastorcitos de Fátima

    Francisco y Jacinta se convierten -así- en los primeros niños santos por obrar un milagro y no por ser considerados "mártires". EI papa Francisco canonizó este sábado a dos de los santos más jóvenes de la Iglesia Católica , en una ceremonia en Fátima en Portugal , donde se cree que hace 100 años niños pastores vieron a la Virgen María y que hoy es un lugar de peregrinación masiva.

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  • Listing 3 Exceptions, Lawyers Call Trump Money Russia

    The White House said Trump asked his lawyers for the letter to outline information on any ties Trump might have to Russian Federation. The lawyers who wrote a letter saying President Trump had no significant business ties to Russia work for a law firm that has extensive ties to Russia and received a " Russia Law Firm of the Year " award in 2016.

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  • Pro-Ryan group launches ad thanking supporters of House healthcare bill

    This bill would make it tougher and more expensive for people - including those with pre-existing conditions - to get coverage, harder to access opioid and heroin treatment programs, and raise premiums on older Americans. As the bill moves to the Senate, the president is already moving to his next agenda. Democrats are also refusing to participate in any effort to dismantle Obama's law, while some Republican senators - Rob Portman of Ohio, Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, Cory Gardner ...

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  • Corea del Norte acusa a EUA motivar una guerra nuclear

    Esto luego que desde el régimen aseguraran que la CIA en conjunto con autoridades de Corea del Sur tenían un plan para matar a Kim con " sustancias bioquímicas " en algunas de las actividades que realiza en Pyongyang . Un comentario de la agencia oficial de noticias KCNA se refirió a los recientes comentarios de dos diarios chinos, que "todos saben que son los medios dando a conocer la postura oficial del Gobierno chino ".

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  • Rajoy defiende presencia de empresas españolas en China

    Rajoy defiende presencia de empresas españolas en China

    El presidente chino , Xi Jinping . Entre ellos, el presidente ruso, Vladimir Putin; el de Turquía, Recep Tayyip Erdogan; o el Argentina, Mauricio Macri , así como el secretario general de la ONU, Antonio Guterres; la directora del FMI, Christine Lagarde; y el presidente del Banco Mundial, Jim Yong Kim .

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  • Challenge political parties to prove EVMs can be hacked: CEC

    Challenge political parties to prove EVMs can be hacked: CEC

    They want proof of earlier elections. The Election Commission, on the other hand, reiterated that the EVMs used by it were tamperproof. All the seven national and 35 of the 48 state recognised political parties attended the meeting. We hope that ECI in its meeting will prove to all parties that EVMs are safe and can't be tampered. The AAP will start a "save democracy campaign" from Thursday and raise its voice strongly against EVM tampering, the party's Delhi convenor Gopal Rai said here.

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  • Huge cyberattack forces Microsoft to offer free tech fix

    Huge cyberattack forces Microsoft to offer free tech fix

    Case in point, Microsoft has issued a security patch to protect Windows XP systems from the WannaCrypt ransomware that is spreading across the globe. Microsoft has made the decision, which they say is unusual, but is regularly seen during these high profile attacks, to provide a security update which includes Windows XP, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2003.

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  • Macron asumió como presidente de Francia

    La canciller alemana, Angela Merkel , recibirá el lunes próximo al nuevo presidente francés, Emmanuel Macron, a quien apoyó durante la campaña presidencial, en su primer viaje al extranjero tras asumir el cargo, informaron fuentes gubernamentales germanas.

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