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  • Delegaciones de Corea del Norte y del Sur se reúnen en Pekín

    Estados Unidos condenó por su parte una "nueva provocación" que constituye un llamamiento "para implementar sanciones mucho mas fuertes " contra el régimen comunista. Además, el mandatario subraya que el misil cayó en el mar más cerca de Rusia que de Japón. Otra prueba, que había sido lanzada en marzo, también cayó en una zona provocativamente cercana a Japón, desatando alarma en Tokio.

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  • Could Sean Spicer be the next to leave Donald Trump's team?

    Could Sean Spicer be the next to leave Donald Trump's team?

    Trump confidants say Mr Bannon has been marginalised on major decisions, including Mr Comey's firing, after clashing with Jared Kushner. While the majority of coverage about Donald Trump's decision to fire Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey has been serious, Sean Spicer's handling of the situation has provided some light-hearted relief.

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  • South Korea's Progressive New President Is Open to Visiting Pyongyang

    Moon's swearing-in on Wednesday brought to an end a months-long power vacuum after previous president Park Geun-hye was ousted in a corruption scandal in March. "If the conditions shape up, I will go to Pyongyang", Moon said. At the same time the South is embroiled in disputes with China over a U.S. missile defense system, and former colonial occupier Japan over wartime history.

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  • Nico Vázquez fue piropeado por una despampanante actriz internacional

    Nico Vázquez fue piropeado por una despampanante actriz internacional

    La diosa canadiense protagoniza la exitosa serie Vikingos , en la que despierta suspiros en los cuatro rincones del planeta con su personaje de Lagertha . "Bueno, espero verte en el set. ¿Por qué no te subís a un avión? ¿Por qué no venís a visitarme? ¿Por qué no te das la oportunidad de ser un Vikingo, y mi escudero y guerrero personal? " expresó la mujer más codiciada de los últimos tiempos.

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  • DHSE Kerela HSE (Class 12) Result 2017 to be declared soon

    DHSE Kerela HSE (Class 12) Result 2017 to be declared soon

    According to reports, apart from the above mentioned websites, students will also be able to check their results on results.nic.in , examresults.net , kerala.gov.in , educationkerala.gov.in . Of the total 4,60,743 students, 214012 boys and 218748 girls participated in the Kerala HSE Exam 2016. Last year, the pass percentage was 94.05, one of the best in the country.

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  • Schumer: No new FBI director without a special prosecutor

    Schumer: No new FBI director without a special prosecutor

    Additionally, Sessions has been interviewing candidates to replace Comey, despite the fact that the AG has said that he would recuse himself from any investigations into Trump's campaign. Schumer was referring to a tweet from Trump last week where he said that Comey better hope there are no tapes of conversations between the president and Comey before he starts leaking to the press.

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  • Will hold EVM challenge with machines of recent polls: CEC

    Will hold EVM challenge with machines of recent polls: CEC

    Bhardwaj claimed that voting machines can be manipulated by simply feeding it with a "secret code". "They are talking about the use of VVPAT in elections but they should be aware that the EC had used VVPAT in the Rajouri Garden by-poll where the AAP got only 13 per cent of vote".

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  • Más de 200.000 víctimas en 150 países impactadas por el ciberataque mundial

    Más de 200.000 víctimas en 150 países impactadas por el ciberataque mundial

    Los virus 'ransomware' bloquean los ficheros de los usuarios y los hackers exigen a sus víctimas pagar una suma de dinero en la moneda electrónica bitcoin para permitirles acceder nuevamente a los archivos. El investigador, quien desea seguir en el anonimato, fue tratado de "héroe" que "salvó el mundo" por la prensa británica. El servicio de salud pública británico (NHS) parece haber sido una de las principales víctimas y potencialmente es el caso más inquietante debido al riesgo para la ...

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  • Sismo en Irán deja al menos tres muertos y 200 heridos

    Sismo en Irán deja al menos tres muertos y 200 heridos

    El Servicio Hidrográfico y Oceanográfico de la Armada de Chile indicó que las características del sismo no reúnen las condiciones necesarias para generar un tsunami en las costas de Chile. Irán es propensa a los temblores diarios y se encuentra sobre varias fallas importantes. Irán es un país habitualmente golpeado por terremotos de fuerte intensidad, como el de diciembre de 2003 en Bam, en la provincia de Kerman (sudeste), a causa del cual murieron al menos 31 mil personas y la ciudad ...

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  • Corea del Norte lanza misil balístico

    Por su parte, en un comunicado, la Casa Blanca ha considerado que Pyongyang ha sido "una amenaza flagrante durante demasiado tiempo" y ha pedido " sanciones mucho más fuertes " a Corea del Norte en reacción a su ensayo. Otra misil de prueba lanzado en marzo también cayó en una zona muy cercana a Japón , desatando alarma en Tokio. En los dos últimos meses, Corea del Norte realizó cuatro ensayos fallidos consecutivos con misiles balísticos, pero ha hecho varias pruebas de misiles ...

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  • ELN no ve cercano acuerdo de paz con Gobierno — Colombia

    ELN no ve cercano acuerdo de paz con Gobierno — Colombia

    Ambos jefes dijeron que durante los cuatro días de conversaciones sostenidas en la capital de la isla, con el apoyo de los gobiernos de Colombia, Cuba y Noruega, las dos organizaciones armadas de izquierda estudiaron estrategias para complementarse y dejaron abierta la posibilidad de realizar más reuniones en el futuro.

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  • Seventeen killed in mass prison break in Papua New Guinea

    Seventeen killed in mass prison break in Papua New Guinea

    Three were captured and 57 are still at large. Fifty escapees were still on the run from the Buimo prison in the city of Lae on Papua New Guinea's north coast, police said on their official Facebook page, warning the public that an increase in vehicle jackings and armed robberies was likely.

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  • Trump Denies Collusion Between 'Me and My Campaign and the Russians'

    Trump Denies Collusion Between 'Me and My Campaign and the Russians'

    I was going to fire regardless of recommendation", Mr Trump said. The president's Tweet was in response to a message O'Donnell tweeted in 2016, blaming former FBI Director James Comey for interfering with the 2016 presidential election by releasing information about the expansion of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email scandal.

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  • N.Korea missile test posed no threat to Russia, defense ministry

    The launch took place while Beijing is hosting an worldwide "Silk Road" summit with global leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin A North Korean delegation also attended. "The North is apparently trying to test Moon and see how his North Korea policy as well as policy coordination between the South and the USA will take shape", said Yang Moo-Jin, professor at the University of North Korea Studies in Seoul.

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  • Senate GOP chair won't rule out independent Russian Federation probe

    Senate GOP chair won't rule out independent Russian Federation probe

    Warner said on Tuesday that the committee has been receiving documents as it investigates allegations that Russian Federation sought to influence the USA election, something Moscow denies. Flynn's attorney said Flynn "briefed the Defense Intelligence Agency. extensively" about his visit "before and after the trip". CNN reported on Tuesday night that investigators were exploring possible wrongdoing in Flynn's disclosure of client payments tied to foreign governments including Turkey and ...

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  • Pentagon tries to ease Turkey's concerns over decision to arm Kurdish fighters

    Pentagon tries to ease Turkey's concerns over decision to arm Kurdish fighters

    Foremost among these is Ankara's insistence that the United States sever its ties with the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), Washington's ally in the fight against the Islamic State (ISIL) in Syria. It would also make it harder for Iran, a rival for power in the region whose proxies are friendly with the PKK, to keep a continuous corridor of influence stretching from Tehran through Iraq and northern Syria to the Mediterranean.

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  • Sean Spicer Rebuts Report that Trump Asked Comey to Pledge His Loyalty

    Sean Spicer Rebuts Report that Trump Asked Comey to Pledge His Loyalty

    Comey declined and said that he would be "honest" with the president. Though the White House said his decision to do so came after two letters of recommendation from Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the president contradicted that Thursday night when he told NBC News "it was set up a while ago".

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  • Emmanuel Macron's French revolution faces first test

    Emmanuel Macron's French revolution faces first test

    It's not clear, however, if he will be able to do so. Mr Macron has promised that half of those candidates will be new to elected politics, as he was before his victory on Sunday. "(Vall's) voice is not insignificant, but his candidacy will be treated like anyone else's". The poor result has triggered a fierce debate within the Socialists about whether to stick with Hamon's left-wing platform or to switch back to the more centrist views of Valls and his allies.

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  • Korea 'litmus test' of US-China relations: Snyder

    Korea 'litmus test' of US-China relations: Snyder

    Mr Turnbull said it was important to understand that North Korea is not a client state of China in the way East Germany was of the Soviet Union. " They told him that assassination by use of biochemical substances including radioactive substance and nano poisonous substance is the best method that does not require access to the target, their lethal results will appear after six or twelve months ".

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  • Gobierno y presidente electo felicitan a Francia

    Gobierno y presidente electo felicitan a Francia

    Macron , quien a sus 39 años será el presidente más joven de la República francesa, ganó anoche el segundo turno de las presidenciales francesas con dos tercios de los votos frente a Le Pen, aunque con una alta abstención (25 %) y muchos votos en blanco y nulos (11 %).

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  • Moon Jae-in gana presidenciales en Corea del Sur — Boca de urna

    Aunque el resultado definitivo no se dará a conocer hasta mañana, los primeros recuentos y las encuestas a pie de urna otorgan una ventaja aplastante al líder del Partido Democrático . Moon es partidario del diálogo con Corea del Norte , se ha pronunciado por reformas a las grandes empresas del país, como Samsung y Hyundai, y ha propuesto subir gasto fiscal para fomentar la creación de empleos.

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  • North missile test is 'grave threat,' says Moon Jae

    North Korea is believed to be developing two types of ICBM, but neither has so far been flight tested. The projectile launch comes two weeks after a ballistic missile test that South Korean and United States officials said failed. Past North Korean missiles have flown farther than Sunday's test, landing closer to Japan, but this launch follows a series of high-profile failures.

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  • Nintendo developing Zelda smartphone game

    Sources say that the Zelda smartphone game will happen after Animal Crossing game is released in 2H 2017, but the timing could change at any point. Like other mobile Nintendo titles, the app is being co-developed with DeNA. This is according to their own sources, although Nintendo and DeNA both declined to comment any further on the topic.

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  • US Senate Democrats may refuse to vote on Trump FBI pick - Schumer

    Trump's about-face also raises further questions about the role of newly installed Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein in the president's decision. Comey, meanwhile, has stayed staunchly silent, forcing Trump to shadow box with his opponent. "He's getting beat up", Trump said of Spicer. "All I want is for Comey to be honest".

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