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  • Olympic evaluators praise Los Angeles, but will LA get the bid?

    Both Los Angeles and Paris officials have acknowledged the debate but each insist they are the best candidate to go first in 2024. "It's a certainly an incredible asset to have a village where you are able to walk - it was about touching and feeling, we walked in a dorm room where there was students studying for exams, we went to a cafeteria with students grabbing food during a break", Los Angeles 2024 chairman Casey Wasserman said following Thursday's visit.

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  • State police: 3 dead, including deputy, in rural Arkansas

    State police: 3 dead, including deputy, in rural Arkansas

    Arkansas State Police is assisting local law enforcement in the search. The suspect has been identified as James Bowden, 32, of Dardanelle. The unidentified suspect fatally wounded Lt. A passerby noticed the injured deputy and called the police for help, but Mainhart's injuries were too extensive for him to be saved. Both women were Yell County residents.

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  • Fiscalía Militar investiga supuesta ejecución extrajudicial en Puebla

    Fiscalía Militar investiga supuesta ejecución extrajudicial en Puebla

    En la grabación en poder del diario Cambio se observa como un grupo de presuntos militares detienen a tres personas a bordo de un vehículo y uno de ellos da el tiro de gracia un hombre desarmado después de arrastrarlo. En el punto número dos, detalla: "el Agente del Ministerio Público Militar, en términos de la normatividad que le es aplicable, abrió carpetas de investigación como lo hace cada vez que se suscita una agresión a personal militar".

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  • Emmanuel Macron asume la presidencia de Francia

    Macron ha declarado su intención de trabajar de conjunto con los socios regionales para consolidar la Unión Europea, en un momento de crisis a raíz de la salida del Reino Unido. Esta tarde, posteriormente de un acto cuyo contenido se ha mantenido confidencial, el nuevo principal del Estado participará en una recibimiento en el Junta de París ofrecida por la alcaldesa, Anne Hidalgo , durante la que entreambos tomarán la palabra.

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  • Texas Officer Who Killed Jordan Edwards Has Been Fired

    The officer who shot Edwards has been identified as Roy Oliver, who has since been fired from the Balch Springs Police Department for violating its policies. Haber gave a news conference to say that video footage from the scene, including body-camera footage, contradicted his initial account. "The vehicle continued the main roadway driving away from the officer as an officer shot into the vehicle striking the passenger".

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  • Hosting Palestinian leader, Trump promises Middle East peace

    Speaking through a translator, Abbas echoed Trump's upbeat tone, saying, "We believe that we can ... be true partners to you to bring about a historic peace under your stewardship". Abbas is unpopular and has led the Palestinian Authority for the past 12 years, long past the conclusion of his five-year term. In neither the joint 15-minute appearance in the Roosevelt Room nor photo opportunities in the Oval Office and the Cabinet Room before and after did Trump address the "two-state" ...

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  • China invests $124bn in Belt and Road global project

    North Korea's delegation to the meeting on what China formally calls the Belt and Road initiative is being led by Kim Yong Jae, minister of external economic relations, according to the state run KCNA news agency, which has so far given no details of who he met or what he said.

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  • UK's Labour vows to take on 'cosy cartel' that protects wealthy

    He said Conservative Party leader May would use this election to consolidate power ahead of ongoing Brexit negotiations but neglect "the issues that affect people every day". "It's the beginning, there's a long way but it's important to start well", he said. A YouGov opinion poll carried out after the election was called showed May's Conservatives on 48 percent , with Labour trailing a distant second on 24 percent.

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  • From 'Ice Man' to 'Nice Man' - Raikkonen consoles distraught young fan

    From 'Ice Man' to 'Nice Man' - Raikkonen consoles distraught young fan

    However, Bottas had the inside line, and appeared to brake earlier than his rivals, allowing Verstappen and Raikkonen, who were also side by side, to swing around him around the outside. Max and I couldn't have done anything and it was a bit of a weird accident. Verstappen is sure he and Raikkonen would have made it through the corner without Bottas' intervention.

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  • 200000 cyberattack victims in 150-plus states: Europol

    Use a reputable security software to prevent attacks in the future. "We've seen the rise of ransomware becoming the principal cyber threat, but this is something we've never seen before - the global reach is unprecedented". "They're processing a lot of sensitive data", he said. The Spanish government said several companies including Telefonica had been targeted in ransomware cyberattack that affected the Windows operating system of employees' computers.

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  • Nations request urgent consultations on North Korea

    Japanese officials, however, said the missile flew for about 30 minutes, traveling about 800 kilometers and reaching an altitude of 2,000 kilometers - a flight pattern that could indicate a new type of missile. "North Korea wants to attain a credible regional nuclear capability with which it can hold regional targets under nuclear threat", he said. Russia, a Cold War-era ally of North Korea, is a member of the so-called six-nation talks aimed at persuading North Korea to give up its nuclear ...

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  • 1 killed at West Bank rally for Palestinian hunger strikers

    On Sunday, his lawyer Khader Shkirat said he described the video to Barghouti who told him it's not authentic. Those on strike are requesting more family visits, better healthcare and more dignified conditions in prison. Israel initially vowed not to negotiate with the hundreds of Palestinian detainees participating in the strike but reports released on Friday indicate that Israel may have a change of heart.

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  • Trump invites President of the Phillipines to the White House

    Trump invites President of the Phillipines to the White House

    President Trump defended the invitation, saying the Philippines is very important "strategically and militarily", and cited the Duterte's strong approval rating in the country. I don't really know how many bullets from my gun went inside their bodies. "But he is putting Mother Earth, the planet, on the edge", he said. "They also discussed the fact that the Philippine government is fighting very hard to rid its country of drugs, a scourge that affects many countries throughout the world".

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  • Windows 10 IoT will now support high-end Intel processors, more

    Windows 10 IoT will now support high-end Intel processors, more

    When Windows 10 was launched, Microsoft set an eye at 1 billion users by 2018. However, it seems Microsoft's silence in IoT has been a conscious undertaking while the company laid the framework for what it feels is a robust IoT effort as well as rethinking how consumers will engage with IoT.

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  • Jordanian stabber shot dead in Jerusalem

    The Israeli Prime Minister's Office later responded to Tillerson's statement saying: "Not only will the transfer of the embassy not harm the peace process, but quite the opposite. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday challenged U.S. concerns over moving the American embassy to Jerusalem, in what Haaretz newspaper called his "first public dispute" with the Trump administration.

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  • Valls Supports Macron's Movement

    Valls Supports Macron's Movement

    The results prove that the majority of the French voters have rejected rightist, populist politics and are willing to put their faith in a young president with little political experience. That won't change until June, when elections for France's National Assembly will take place. Ms Le Pen had called for France to leave the European Union and drop the shared euro currency in favour of reinstating the French franc.

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  • Trump say it's possible he could pick Federal Bureau of Investigation head by next week

    Trump say it's possible he could pick Federal Bureau of Investigation head by next week

    Heinrich is among those calling for an independent prosecutor to look into the Trump presidential campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation. A profile of Fisher on the firm's website says her expertise lies in "international criminal matters relating to alleged bribery under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti-corruption laws, economic and export sanctions, and other cross border investigations".

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  • Putin sits down at piano in China, plays Soviet songs

    Putin and Xi met after the opening ceremony of a summit on the Chinese president's One Belt, One Road initative. Russian state television showed excerpts of at least two tunes he played - Moscow Windows and City On The Free Neva - both Soviet classics.

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  • Palestinians applaud UNESCO vote denying Israeli claims to Jerusalem

    Furthermore, Resolution 201 EX/PX/DR.30.1 affirms "the importance of the Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls for the three monotheistic religions". UNESCO is also expected to conclude that the Cave of the Patriarchs and Rachel's Tomb, both Jewish holy sites in Judea and Samaria, are exclusively Muslim sites.

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  • Liberaron a funcionarios de la PNB acorralados por manifestantes en Táchira

    Liberaron a funcionarios de la PNB acorralados por manifestantes en Táchira

    Los funcionarios fueron obligados a levantar pancartas y pedir la liberación del joven y de todos los presos políticos mientras eran grabados. "Estoy pidiendo la libertad de Omar y todos los presos políticos", repite uno de los agentes. El Gobierno y la oposición se responsabilizan mutuamente de los hechos. El secretario de seguridad del Estado de Táchira , Ramón Cabeza, aseguró que los efectivos de la Policía Nacional fueron " secuestrados por bandas terroristas de la MUD", en alusión a ...

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  • Richmond, VA, FBI head up for director's stop

    Richmond, VA, FBI head up for director's stop

    A source close to Comey told NBC News that Comey "hopes there are tapes". Fox News' Jeanine Pirro asked Trump in an interview the network partially aired Friday afternoon, referring to Spicer. "My gut reaction? No way would Comey ever tell him that". Justice Department spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores said Sessions and Rosenstein were involved in the interviews because the Federal Bureau of Investigation director reports to them as attorney general and deputy attorney general.

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