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  • Trump's intel bosses reiterate: Russia meddled in election

    Trump's intel bosses reiterate: Russia meddled in election

    Mark Warner, D-Virginia, said in a statement that the subpoena requests documents relevant to the investigation. In her calm and self-controlled appearance, Ms. The announcement came as NBC News reported , citing unidentified sources, that the committee had also sought information relevant to the Russian Federation investigation about Trump and his top aides from a Treasury Department financial intelligence unit that had imposed a $10m civil penalty on the Trump Taj Mahal in 2015 for ...

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  • Auburn eliminates Kentucky from SEC Softball Tournament

    Auburn eliminates Kentucky from SEC Softball Tournament

    We have a lot of people who aren't about to feel sorry for us. Not only will that team have a top-two seed for the SEC Tournament in less than two weeks, but it also will have the inside track on one of the eight national seeds for the NCAA Tournament one week later.

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  • N Korea test-fires missile, challenging new leader in South

    N Korea test-fires missile, challenging new leader in South

    The launch came as troops from the U.S., Japan and two European nations gather near Guam for drills that are partly a message to North Korea. Defense Minister Tomomi Inada said North Korea might have launched a "new type of missile", given the altitude and duration of its flight.

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  • Donald Trump was ready to fire James Comey on entering White House

    Donald Trump was ready to fire James Comey on entering White House

    FBI Director James Comey testifies over investigation into Hillary Clinton's email system, on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. on July 7, 2016, and U.S. When asked if White House press secretary Sean Spicer would be there tomorrow, Mr. Trump answered "he's doing a great job, he's getting beaten up". As for Mr.

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  • Major Ransomware Attack Hits Thousands Of Systems Worldwide

    The worm is primarily impacting business, where it can spread quickly through a network to take down an entire company. A malware tracking map showed "WannaCry" infections were widespread. In Russia, hundreds of the interior ministry's workers sat idle. The attack appeared to exploit a vulnerability that was purportedly identified by the U.S.

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  • Cristiano puede despojar a Messi del título de goleo en la Champions

    Para ganar la Champions hay que luchar hasta el final. Este es el fútbol, sabíamos que el Aleti iba a entrar muy bien, ha tenido suerte. El cuadro de Zinedine Zidane jugará la final de la Champions League luego de perder de visita 2-1 ante Atlético Madrid , pero clasificaron por el resultado global de 4-2.

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  • Movimiento oficialista de Ecuador consigue liderazgo de Asamblea Nacional

    Movimiento oficialista de Ecuador consigue liderazgo de Asamblea Nacional

    Entre los ejes estratégicos de la gestión legislativa se destacan la eficiencia; el acompañamiento al liderazgo colectivo; el entender a la legislatura como un espacio de diálogo que tiende puentes con todos los sectores; profundizar y visibilizar la fiscalización; una agenda legislativa coherente con las propuestas de campaña y las demandas ciudadanas; relaciones internacionales para fortalecer y dar continuidad al posicionamiento de vanguardia de Ecuador en materia legislativa en el mundo.

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  • Donald Trump Gives Speech at NRA Convention

    Donald Trump Gives Speech at NRA Convention

    In addition to his discussion of the Second Amendment and gun rights, President Trump also renewed his promise to build a wall on the border with Mexico. Gun sales had risen consistently throughout President Obama's eight years. He, for example, would support expanded background checks, as well as limits on people with mental illnesses purchasing weapons.

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  • Profesor estadounidense detenido en Corea acusado de subversión

    Profesor estadounidense detenido en Corea acusado de subversión

    La Universidad de Ciencias y de Tecnología de Pyongyang (USTP) había anunciado que Kim Sang-Duk fue arrestado cuando se preparaba a abandonar Corea del Norte después de haber enseñado varias semanas en esa centro de estudios. y China. Desde 2006 realizó cinco pruebas de ese tipo, dos de ellas en 2016. El despliegue del THAAD , que según algunos analistas no está completo hasta que lleguen más lanzamisiles y más misiles interceptores, ha provocado protestas de los residentes de Seongju, ...

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  • Piqué ingresado en un hospital por un dolor abdominal

    El tiempo de baja que tendrá Gerard Piqué dependerá de su evolución. Luis Enrique podría volver a la formación 3-4-3 que utilizó durante marzo, pero que ha abandonado en las últimas semanas. Y para el minuto 24, Luis Suárez encontró en muy buena posición a Neymar que solo tuvo que empujarla a las redes. Las Palmas: Javi Varas; Míchel Macedo, Lemos, Bigas, Hélder Lopes; Montoro; Halilovic, Roque Mesa, Jonathan Viera, Jesé; Prince Boateng.

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  • Bolivia condena

    Bolivia condena "sentencia política" a 9 bolivianos en Chile

    Arce, que ayer visitó a los detenidos en Alto Hospicio , agregó que "por lo general el plazo (para presentar descargos) es de 10 días". El Gobierno boliviano sostiene que el incidente ocurrió en territorio de ese país, cuando los funcionarios cumplían una misión de combate al contrabando.

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  • Bad Hombre Crackdown: Sessions Ramps War on Drug Traffickers

    Bad Hombre Crackdown: Sessions Ramps War on Drug Traffickers

    In 2013, Obama's attorney general Eric Holder instructed federal prosecutors not to charge nonviolent drug offenders with crimes that carry mandatory minimum sentences he called "draconian." Other users noted that the directive could work in favor of federal investigators now engaged in probing the Trump campaign's alleged involvement in Russiagate.

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  • Torch-wielding group protests Confederate statue removal

    It was not immediately clear which group was behind the unsettling stunt but right-wing extremist Richard Spencer claimed to be among the torchbearers after protesting at a similar rally in Jackson Park hours earlier. "We are a welcoming city, but such intolerance is not welcome here". "They want to not only remove our heritage for its supposed faults, but for its supposed virtues", said Evan Thomas, a pro-statue protester.

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  • Former Bosse star arrested, charged with public intoxication, criminal mischief

    Former Bosse star arrested, charged with public intoxication, criminal mischief

    Lyle, a native of Evansville, Ind., where the Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office is located, was charged with public intoxication, criminal mischief to a vehicle and disorderly conduct. It's a big loss for the program as Lyle averaged 11.4 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 4.6 assists in 29.3 minutes per game for Ohio State previous year. Without Lyle, the Buckeyes now have a huge hole at point guard, and depth all over the roster is fraught.

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  • Deal signals Washington's beef with China is over

    Deal signals Washington's beef with China is over

    The deal will also allow China easier access to the US banking system and let American energy companies export LNG to China , most of which it now buys from Russian Federation. "We do not intend to endanger anybody's health or safety in the USA", he said. And it welcomes Chinese investors to take part in an investment summit in Washington next month.

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  • Video shows 'bullying' incident days before 8-year-old took his life

    The school spokeswoman said administrators weren't aware of the recording until days later when the detective investigating Gabriel's suicide requested surveillance videos from security officials. After being found on the floor by the assistant principal then the school nurse, the third-grader's mother was contacted and she was informed that she son had fainted.

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  • Pope Says He'll Seek Common Ground With Trump, Won't Preach

    Pope Francis is scheduled to visit the Fatima shrine in Portugal on Friday and Saturday to canonize two of the three children, Francisco and Jacinta Marto, The Associated Press reports. The group have removed a mural depicting the pope as Superman and another one of him as a graffiti artist. That same day, Trump responded to the pope's comments during a campaign rally in SC, telling supporters he is "a good Christian".

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  • President Trump Says He Could Pick New FBI Director By Next Week

    President Trump Says He Could Pick New FBI Director By Next Week

    It's unlikely that Mr Comey will not eventually respond to Mr Trump's assertions, and the stage is set for further dramatic confrontation as the president has suggested he might have recorded their conversations. At least four candidates will be vying to be Comey's successor on Saturday. "Even that is possible", he told reporters when asked whether he could unveil his nominee by Friday to succeed James Comey , whose abrupt dismissal has sparked a major media firestorm and much disagreement.

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  • Santos alerta que narcos mexicanos buscan sabotear la sustitución de cultivos ílicitos

    Santos alerta que narcos mexicanos buscan sabotear la sustitución de cultivos ílicitos

    El alto consejero presidencial para el posconflicto de Colombia, Rafael Pardo, exigió hoy la liberación inmediata e incondicional de un funcionario de la ONU secuestrado hace diez días por disidentes de las FARC . Así mismo, el Presidente durante su intervención ante campesinos y agricultores de La Primavera explicó que las comunidades comprometidas en la sustitución voluntaria de cultivos ilícitos tendrán en sus zonas planes de desarrollo rural, proyectos de infraestructura, de ...

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  • Moon Jae-In, virtual presidente de Corea del Sur

    El presidente ruso, Vladímir Putin, felicitó hoy a Moon Jae-in por su victoria en las elecciones presidenciales de Corea del Sur y recalcó la disposición de Moscú a incrementar la cooperación con Seúl . Asimismo, el nuevo líder surcoreano anunció que prevé solucionar el problema del despliegue en la península coreana del sistema antimisiles estadounidense THAAD.

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  • Estudio: 70% de los venezolanos considera que la oposición se encuentra dividida

    Estudio: 70% de los venezolanos considera que la oposición se encuentra dividida

    Al preguntar si están o no de acuerdo con que hace falta gente nueva para dirigir la oposición, 83% dijeron que sí. La pesquisa, ejecutada entre el 17 de abril y 3 de mayo del 2017 y divulgada por el periodista y analista político José Vicente Rangel, abarcó un universo de mil 580 personas, entrevistadas directamente en todo el país sobre las opiniones buenas y malas que los venezolanos tienen sobre la oposición.

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  • South Korea: Bishops urge new president to work for peace and reconciliation

    China has vigorously opposed the deployment of a U.S. anti-missile system in South Korea, saying it threatens Chinese security and will do nothing to resolve tensions with North Korea. Ties between Seoul and Beijing have soured over the South's deployment of a controversial USA anti-missile system aimed at guarding against threats from the nuclear-armed North.

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  • 59% a favor de indulto humanitario, según Ipsos — Alberto Fujimori

    En rasgos generales, el 37% de los encuestados considera que debería darse una ley para que las personas ancianas que no sean terroristas cumplan su pena bajo arresto domiciliario. Por su parte, el 38% afirmó que se trata de una estrategia política de Keiko Fujimori para que su padre no le quite liderazgo en la agrupación. Un 15% evita responder sobre ello.

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