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  • Moss Jets across the Tasman

    Moss Jets across the Tasman

    New Newcastle coach Merrick believes Moss's qualities and character will benefit the squad. Moss has been involved in the A-League since the inaugural season where he played for the now-defunct New Zealand Knights. I find that it's really good to have these tournaments in the off-season because it keeps me ticking over. He is the fifth player to sign for Newcastle from a rival A-League club, following Roy O'Donovan (Central Coast), Mario Shabow (Western Sydney), Kosta Petratos (Perth) and ...

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  • Macri participó de la recepción que ofreció su par chino

    Macri participó de la recepción que ofreció su par chino

    En su discurso, Xi Jinping llamó a "centrarse en el desarrollo interconectado con beneficios para todos, promover la conectividad en el ciberespacio, conectar redes de autopistas, ferroviarias y puertos marítimos, la cooperación entre gobiernos y el capital privado y un sistema financiero diversificado, con servicios mejorados".

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  • United States announces trade progress with China in 10 key areas

    United States announces trade progress with China in 10 key areas

    The United States also signaled that it was eager to export more LNG (liquefied natural gas ), saying China could negotiate any type of contract, including long-term contracts, with USA suppliers. While the trade deficit in goods and services a year ago was $309.6 billion in favor of China , the United States exported $169.3 billion, making China the country's third largest export market after Canada and Mexico.

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  • Freakish penalty 'miss' allows Manchester City to win, bolster top-four hopes

    Let's prove that we are a club that is looking to achieve important things, and maybe one day be the main club in the city'. "The ball goes across him, which prevents me seeing". "It's the first or second time I've seen that in my life", Guardiola said. Pablo Zabaleta will be handed a hero's send off by Manchester City on Tuesday but there will be no fond farewell for Yaya Toure, who could yet be offered a new deal by the club.

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  • CHILE: Papa canonizó a dos de los pastorcitos de Fátima

    CHILE: Papa canonizó a dos de los pastorcitos de Fátima

    Francisco celebrará además una misa en el Santuario en la que canonizará a los dos hermanos, que se convertirán en los primeros niños santos por haber obrado un milagro y no por ser considerados mártires. "Caí enferma y prometí a Nuestra Señora que vendría a Fátima si seguía con vida en el centenario de las apariciones ", dijo. Francisco fue el cuarto papa que visitó Fátima en medio siglo, en una peregrinación de menos de 24 horas al popular santuario, que recibe millones de ...

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  • Trump Establishes Panel to Probe Voter Fraud

    The White House said the commission will review practices that affect the integrity of federal elections-spanning improper registrations, improper voting, fraudulent registrations, fraudulent voting and voting suppression. The commission will also study concerns about voter suppression, as well as other voting irregularities. Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton, a former US secretary of state, winning the White House in the Electoral College, the USA system of picking presidents in ...

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  • Mustafa Kamal to hold million march

    Mustafa Kamal to hold million march

    In an effort to stop the rally from advancing further from the Aisha Bawany School, the police used water cannons, teargas shells and also opened aerial firing to disperse the participants. PPP leader Murtaza Wahab took to Twitter to clarify the Sindh government's stance. "We will come out on the streets for the sake of our children's future no matter what happens", Qaimkhani, who is president of the PSP, said and told media men that the party had obtained permission for the rally.

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  • Trump changes his Twitter banner twice in one day after being mocked

    Trump changes his Twitter banner twice in one day after being mocked

    This development comes after former president Barrack Obama [official website] said he had warned Trump not to hire Flynn [NYT report]. She told White House counsel Don McGahn on January 26, less than a week into Trump's presidency, that Flynn had not been telling the truth about his contacts with Russia's ambassador to Washington .

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  • McCarthy as Spicer Cruises NYC Streets on Mobile Podium

    Haim will join the comedian as the musical guest on Saturday. The actress donned the costume one day before she's set to host Saturday's episode of " Saturday Night Live " to film a segment for the show. The Post had to later change the story to correctly describe Spicer as being near the bushes talking to his staff. Others, though, delight in McCarthy's portrayal of Spicer as an unhinged, angry purveyor of the president's lies.

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  • Trump admite que la destitución del jefe de FBI tiene nexo ruso

    El Comité de Inteligencia llamó a declarar a puerta cerrada al cesado James Comey y exigió al antiguo consejero de Seguridad Nacional, Michael Flynn, que entregue todos los documentos que le vinculen con Rusia. " El presidente Trump tomó la decisión correcta en el momento correcto al aceptar la recomendación del fiscal general y su adjunto, para que pidiera la renuncia (...) del director del FBI ", dijo Pence el miércoles.

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  • James Comey WON'T testify before Congress next week

    James Comey WON'T testify before Congress next week

    He now co-chairs the caucus in the Senate with Democrat Mark Warner. Sen. Chuck Schumer, the Senate minority leader from NY, told CNN's State of the Union that Comey's replacement should not be "a partisan politician - not in either party", and that it should be someone who is "experienced".

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation agents are changing their Facebook profile pictures to Comey

    Trump told NBC News that during their January dinner, he asked Comey if he was under investigation and Comey said he wasn't. When questioned by a Senate panel, Comey's successor, acting-FBI Director Andrew McCabe , said that he could not confirm the conversations between Comey and the president but that it would not be standard practice to inform anyone whether they were being investigated.

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  • S. Korea's New President Heading for Friction with the US?

    Security Council resolutions. Putin said he was ready to help in all of the matters they discussed and the two leaders invited each other for state visits, the Blue House added. Earlier this month, South Korean officials said the THAAD system was already operating, and experts say it will be extremely hard now for Moon to ask Washington to withdraw it.

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  • New French leader Macron sworn in with pledge to fight terror

    Outgoing French President Francois Hollande on Sunday left the Elysee Palace for the last time, amid widespread acclaim and applause from crowds gathered at the Presidential Palace. "We will, together, be an example of a people that knows how to affirm their values, their principles - those of democracy and the republic". He cited "the excesses of capitalism in the world" and climate change among his future challenges.

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  • Kapil Mishra's mother accuses Kejriwal of spreading lies

    Delhi's Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) on Sunday sent a notice to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's political adviser Vibhav Patel asking him to join the investigation in the alleged Rs 400-crore water tanker scam on Wednesday. The Delhi BJP demanded Arvind Kejriwal's resignation through a tweet. Tiwari said the AAP government has no morality left to stay in power, and it must resign so that the people's faith is restored in the government and democracy.

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  • Serena Williams announces she's pregnant

    Serena Williams announces she's pregnant

    Williams, who is engaged to the co-founder of community news and chat site Reddit , Alexis Ohanian, is top of the all-time list of major winners since Grand Slams accepted professional players in 1968. Serena is now the second tennis player to take a break from the sport in recent times after Victoria Azarenka made a decision to take one in June as she gave birth to her son Leo in December and is planning to return to the tennis court later this year.

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  • Gillibrand urges Senate GOP to reject 'cruel' health care plan

    Gillibrand urges Senate GOP to reject 'cruel' health care plan

    Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, June 21, 2016, to unveil a new gun legislation proposal. The key of having a continuous coverage provision is to make sure that people stay covered and they move from one plan to the next if they want to.

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  • Erdogan hopeful for breakthrough in dispute on arming Kurds

    There is no indication that issues that have strained ties will be resolved with this visit. After Erdogan's victory, Mr. Trump called him to congratulate him on the referendum win. None of this has deterred Erdogan from upping the ante prior to traveling to Washington, though. A senior Kurdish official, Ilham Ahmad told The Associated Press that American forces began carrying out patrols along the border Thursday along with reconnaissance flights in the area.

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  • Trump, frente al posible efecto bumerán del despido de Comey

    Luego de haber despedido al director del FBI James Comey en extrañas circunstancias, que indican para los demócratas el interés del presidente por torpedear las investigaciones sobre vínculos de su campaña con Rusia , el presidente amenazó públicamente al ex funcionario en las redes sociales .

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  • Trump's Religious Liberty Order Is Hit With Lawsuit

    Trump's Religious Liberty Order Is Hit With Lawsuit

    The statement came after Trump signed a "religious freedom" executive order Thursday. "We are proudly reaffirming this country's role as a nation of religious freedom". Trump is on record as saying that he wants to "totally destroy the Johnson Amendment". With President Donald Trump's signing Thursday of an executive order easing political restrictions on churches, the LDS Church said it will continue its policies and practice of political neutrality .

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  • Islamic State mounts fierce resistance on new Mosul front

    Islamic State mounts fierce resistance on new Mosul front

    Today, AP employs the latest technology to collect and distribute content - we have daily uploads covering the latest and breaking news in the world of politics, sport and entertainment. The coalition believed there were between 3,500 and 6,000 militants in and around the city before the offensive began. Haider al-Abadi stressed that no U.S.

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  • El Papa Francisco declaró santos a los dos pastorcitos de Fátima

    El Papa Francisco declaró santos a los dos pastorcitos de Fátima

    Medios locales estimaron que unas 400 mil personas se reunieron en el santuario de Fátima , donde el Pontífice canonizará hoy a dos de los tres pastores a los que, según la tradición católica, se les apareció la Virgen de Fátima. Aunque las apariciones narradas por los niños pastores no forman parte del dogma de la Iglesia, es decir, no tienen que ser dadas por verdaderas por todos los fieles, Francisco y Jacinta pasarán a integrar el panteón que incluye a miles de santos católicos.

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  • Dead, Including Police Chief And Suspect, After Shooting At Ohio Nursing Home

    Addressing press corps, Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp said the shooting which took place inside Pine Kirk Care Center in Kirkersville , claimed the lives of two workers, the police chief but no residents. "I believe the last radio transmission we had from (Disario) was that he had the subject in sight", he said. Bill Sims said he rushed over from work, and family members of the nursing home employees were waiting outside while the workers were interviewed by police.

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  • Herrera comenzó la remontada de Porto

    Herrera comenzó la remontada de Porto

    Instantes más tarde, el argelino Yacine Brahimi consiguió el 2-1 para darle la ventaja a los de casa al minuto 39 con certero cobro de pena máxima, en un compromiso en el prácticamente ya no había nada en juego más que la obligación del local por regalarle un triunfo a sus hinchas.

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  • Trump preguntó al exdirector del FBI si le estaban investigando

    Antiguos agentes del FBI dijeron que semejante declaración por parte de un director sería casi inconcebible. Trump despidió este martes a Comey alegando su supuesto mal manejo de la investigación contra Hillary Clinton por el uso de cuentas privadas de correo electrónico cuando era secretaria de Estado para comunicaciones con información confidencial.

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  • Corea del Norte continúa con las provocaciones

    El misil impactó "tan cerca de suelo ruso (.) que el presidente no puede imaginar que Rusia esté contenta", añadió la Casa Blanca. Poco antes, el Kremlin dijo que el presidente ruso Vladimir Putin y el presidente chino Xi Jinping expresaron su preocupación "por la escalada de tensiones" durante una reunión en Pekín.

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  • Libre autor de atentado urbano más grave de FARC en Colombia

    Libre autor de atentado urbano más grave de FARC en Colombia

    Cabe mencionar que el nombre de Herminsul Arellán Barajas fue relacionado desde las primeras pesquisas del CTI de la Fiscalía y el DAS como uno de los responsables del atentado , que dejó 36 personas muertas y 167 heridas. El hombre, identificado como Herminsul Arellán Barajas , obtuvo la libertad condicional, "luego de que su abogado radicara una solicitud el pasado 5 de mayo para acogerse a la JEP (Justicia Especial para la Paz), por haber hecho parte de la guerrilla de las FARC", indicó ...

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  • Israel Reproaches Swedish Envoy, Cuts UN Funding Over UNESCO Vote

    Netanyahu previously ordered $6 million to be cut from the funds in tranfers to the United Nations after the passing of Security Council Resolution 2334 against settlements in the West Bank. The resolution, which has softer wording than another UNESCO decision past year, also criticises Israel for its blockade on the Hamas-run Gaza Strip.

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