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  • Afganistán: 60 muertos por una ofensiva talibán

    El presidente afgano, Ashraf Gani , que visitó esta mañana el cuartel militar para seguir de cerca la investigación de lo sucedido, condenó el " cobarde ataque " al producirse cuando los soldados se encontraban en "el rezo del viernes". En ese ataque contra una de las principales bases del grupo yihadista Estado Islámico en Afganistán murieron al menos 96 terroristas y más de 90 resultaron heridos, además de quedar destruidos varios túneles, construidos algunos de ellos en la época de ...

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  • Theresa May wins Parliament's backing for snap UK election

    Theresa May wins Parliament's backing for snap UK election

    Speaking at First Minister's Questions on Thursday, Sturgeon said: "The idea in this election that Labour is going to replace the Conservatives is frankly pie in the sky". "I believe that at this moment of enormous national significance there should be unity here in Westminster, not division", May said. "The country is together, Westminster is not", she said.

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  • Suman 7 muertos por protestas en Venezuela

    En las diferentes ciudades las manifestaciones opositoras fueron dispersadas con gases y balas de goma .Sin embargo, mientras las protestas eran reprimidas, en otra parte de Caracas se concentraban los simpatizantes y milicianos del gobierno .

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  • Arkansas Conducts First Execution In Nearly A Dozen Years

    Arkansas Conducts First Execution In Nearly A Dozen Years

    In a Thursday ruling, the Arkansas Supreme Court lifted an order forbidding the state to use one of three lethal injection drugs. "Apparently the reason the State made a decision to proceed with these eight executions is that the "use by" date of the State's execution drug is about to expire ", Mr Breyer wrote.

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  • North Korean ships dock in Chinese port despite coal embargo

    On Thursday, a day after the North Korean vice foreign minister said Pyongyang would test missiles weekly and use nuclear weapons if threatened, Lu said Beijing was "gravely concerned" about these recent nuclear and missile activities. China remains committed to denuclearising the Korean Peninsula, maintaining peace and stability there and resolving problems through dialogue and negotiation, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said at a regular news briefing .

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  • Love of Easter Egg Drop

    The Easter Bunny also stopped at this egg hunt and spent time posing for pictures with children. The fun didn't end with the eggs. Attendees are asked to bring their own eating utensils and beverages as well as a dish to share. "We also have Saratoga High School students who help out the lodge the day of the event as well", Terry Hall, chairwoman of the IOOF Easter Egg Hunt, said.

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  • U.S. strikes on Syria aid extremists: Russian Federation

    But today, all the terrorists in Syria are celebrating this U.S. attack. In a significant shift from the White House's stance on the Syrian president - just a week ago the Trump administration acknowledged the "political reality" of Assad remaining in power - Ms Haley said that Mr Assad must go.

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  • Russian President - Serious Blow To Russian-US Relations

    While former U.S. president Obama chose not to intervene militarily following Assad's use of chemical weapons in 2013, his administration sought the elimination of all chemical weapons in the country. fired 59 cruise missiles at the airbase from which it believes the gas attack was launched. Johnson, who was set to travel on Monday, said the situation had changed "fundamentally" and his priority was to continue contact with the U.S.

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  • Freebie Friday: Easter egg hunt, dental work & Cinnabon

    The age groups for the egg hunt are 0-3; 4-6; 7-10 and Special Needs. The egg hunt was free and open to community members who were 55 or older. Come early to see the Easter Bunny and find a parking space. FREE EASTER EGG HUNT Toys R Us is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt for the kids, with Geoffrey the giraffe on Sunday, April 9th. The egg hunt will be held at the 25th Avenue, Third Street ballfield.

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  • Sanctuary cities threatened with loss of federal grant money

    Sessions links immigration to a variety of social problems, including what he calls a rise in crime. They include California, Chicago, New York, New Orleans and Philadelphia . In Maryland, the city of Hyattsville voted Monday to declare itself an official "sanctuary". Attorney General Jeff Sessions has warned the administration will punish communities that won't cooperate with efforts to find and deport immigrants in the USA illegally.

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  • Government delays its air quality plan days before publication

    The controversy comes as analysis commissioned by the Labour Party suggests close to 40 million people in the United Kingdom are living in areas with pollution levels which could endanger their health. A spokesman for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said: "We are firmly committed to improving the UK's air quality and cutting harmful emissions".

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  • O'Reilly is out at Fox but influence endures; career too?

    O'Reilly is out at Fox but influence endures; career too?

    Calling the situation "disheartening", O'Reilly barely acknowledged the severe accusations against him, dismissing them as "unfounded claims". "That's bigger than O'Reilly", he said. The network's parent company, 21st Century Fox, announced the move in a statement Wednesday. O'Reilly lost his job on the same day he was photographed in Rome shaking the hand of Pope Francis.

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  • Kluber throws 3-hitter, Indians beat White Sox 3-0

    Kluber throws 3-hitter, Indians beat White Sox 3-0

    Huh). Cleveland's ace right-hander pitched a three-hit, complete-game shutout to lead the Indians past the Chicago White Sox 3-0 night for their fourth straight win. His ball was moving quite a bit, he was commanding the zone a little bit tonight and that got him through. Three White Sox relievers combined for three scoreless innings and allowed just one hit.

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  • Theresa May wins Parliament vote to hold snap elections on June 8

    Theresa May wins Parliament vote to hold snap elections on June 8

    Speaking at the Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn welcomed the prospect of an election but suggested May's U-turn on the issue proved she could "not be trusted". But her decision also opens the door to more uncertainty in the region, as it now puts Europe's three most powerful nations - Britain, Germany, and France - into full-throttle election mode.

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  • United Nations chief meets President Trump for first time in Washington

    United Nations chief meets President Trump for first time in Washington

    On Friday morning, after the meetings at the White House, Guterres participated in a panel discussion entitled "Financing for Peace: Innovations to Tackle Fragility". Trump has proposed a 28 percent budget cut for diplomacy and foreign aid, which includes an unspecified reduction in financial support for the United Nations and its agencies, as well as enforcement of a 25 percent cap on USA funding for peacekeeping operations.

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  • If China Wants 'To Solve The North Korea Problem, They Will'

    The US and Pyongyang have ratcheted up their rhetoric, with the latter's state media warning Thursday that a pre-emptive strike by North Korea would result in the US and South Korea being "completely destroyed in an instant". Washington's senior diplomat handling the nuclear standoff with North Korea will head to Tokyo next week for talks with his Japanese and South Korean counterparts.

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  • Unicef estima que 150 menores murieron al cruzar el Mediterráneo

    Unicef estima que 150 menores murieron al cruzar el Mediterráneo

    Según UNICEF , unos 37.000 refugiados y migrantes, 13% de los cuales son niños, han llegado a Italia desde las costas norafricanas, un aumento de 42% con respecto al mismo periodo en 2016. Como ejemplo citó que sólo el fin de semana pasado fueron rescatadas 8.300 personas que iban en embarcaciones precarias de Libia a Italia. Está prohibido todo tipo de reproducción sin autorización.

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  • Pence says US committed to Australian alliance

    Vice President Mike Pence offered assurance to Australia over its ties to the USA and pledged to honor a refugee resettlement deal that's been sharply criticized by the Trump administration. North Korea's latest missile test fizzled last weekend, but it conducted two nuclear test explosions and 24 ballistic missile tests past year. 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 ...

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  • French frontrunner Macron calls on France to unite and reject

    French frontrunner Macron calls on France to unite and reject "fear"

    The shooting on the final day of the presidential campaigning in France's pivotal presidential election caused the candidates to suspend last-minute pitches before the Sunday vote. While a Le Pen win is not the consensus view of the market, some have suggested her odds may be better than people think. The outcome could also have a bearing on France's place in the world and in a European Union still reeling from Britain's decision to leave.

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  • Back to the ballot box: United Kingdom lawmakers back June 8 election

    The snap vote is the latest twist in a turbulent year in British politics, which was plunged into turmoil when the country unexpectedly voted to leave the European Union last year. If May's plan is approved by Parliament, the election will be Britain's third general election in seven years, and it comes less than a year after the referendum that decided the United Kingdom would withdraw from the EU.

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  • Republicans avert disaster in Kansas but 2018 trouble looms

    A closely watched special congressional election in Kansas to fill the seat of President Trump's Central Intelligence Agency director Mike Pompeo was closer than Republicans would have liked but still ended in a Republican victory. Democrat Thompson had insisted that the race was less about Trump, and more about the policies of Kansas's unpopular Republican governor. Victoria Snitsar, a student at the University of Kansas who lives in Lawrence, supported Estes' message of fiscal ...

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  • Bullrich acordó con senadores debatir sobre las excarcelaciones

    Bullrich acordó con senadores debatir sobre las excarcelaciones

    Eso va a ser muy importante porque va a limitar las excarcelaciones y las salidas transitorias para todos los delitos violentos . Bullrich puntualizó que el registro de 2015 indica que se cometieron en el país 1.568.069 delitos , de los cuales "menos del 3 por ciento de los casos llegaron a sentencia condenatoria" y ratificó su convicción de que en casos de delitos contra la integridad sexual la condena debe ser cumplida en su totalidad y sin salidas transitorias.

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  • Godwin family, community members remember grandfather shot and killed on Facebook

    Godwin family, community members remember grandfather shot and killed on Facebook

    After a multi-state manhunt, Stephens killed himself in Erie, Pa., Tuesday. Joy Lane met with two of Robert Godwin Sr.'s children and they let her know they do not blame Lane for their father's death. The sooner those wanted individuals are in custody, the sooner we can stop posting their pictures. We need your help. "Call it 'snitching, ' call it 'ratting, ' call it whatever you want".

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  • Three Killed at Anti-Government Protests in Venezuela

    Video from Agence France-Presse showed hundreds, some carrying Venezuelan flags, walking through the city streets early Thursday afternoon. Opponents of President Nicolas Maduro called on Venezuelans to take to the streets on Wednesday for what they dubbed the "mother of all marches" against the embattled socialist leader.

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  • PM Modi urges bureaucrats to change work ethics and mindsets

    PM Modi urges bureaucrats to change work ethics and mindsets

    Addressing the civil servants, Modi said that while the absence of the government in a sphere of activity should be perceptible, its presence in a sphere of activity should not become a burden. Earlier, government was everything. "This is the time for out-of-the-box thinking and confident decisions", he said. Even as he was pitching for the need for effective and qualitative work in government offices that created tangible benefits on the ground, PM Modi highlighted a habit that he had seen ...

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  • Trump to unveil tax plan with 'massive' cuts next week, AP says

    Trump to unveil tax plan with 'massive' cuts next week, AP says

    Speaking at a conference of global financial firms in Washington, Mr. Mnuchin said Treasury is "pretty close to being able to bring forward what's going to be major tax reform". He also said the White House's tax overhaul plan wouldn't increase the federal deficit. They don't believe tax cuts must be fully paid for in legislative text, arguing that the economic growth they create will outweigh any additional money the tax cuts add to the national debt.

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  • United Nations strongly condemns North Korean missile launch after delay

    United Nations strongly condemns North Korean missile launch after delay

    US Vice-President Mike Pence, on a tour of Asian allies, has said repeatedly the "era of strategic patience" with North Korea is over. William Perry, who served as U.S. "Through this exercise, I am sure we can deter war and remove our enemy's intention to provoke us". China is also opposed to the U.S. military's presence in South Korea, protesting the recent decision to begin deploying elements of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, or THAAD, missile defense system.

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  • India condemns Afghanistan terror attack

    In a separate statement, the External Affairs Ministry said: "India condemns in the strongest terms the deplorable terrorist attack in Mazar-e-Sharif on April 21 resulting in loss of lives, including the fearless personnel of the Afghan National Defence Forces".

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