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  • Macron aboga por una Europa más democrática y más política

    Sé que los franceses esperan mucho de mí. Macron inició después un discurso en el salón de recepciones del Elíseo ante unos 300 invitados, funcionarios y familiares, incluida su esposa, Brigitte Macron . Hollande dijo a la prensa que dejó el país "en mejor estado " del que lo encontró y, entre sus "logros", destacó la aprobación del "matrimonio homosexual", el acuerdo firmado en la cumbre mundial del clima en París para frenar el cambio climático y los "esfuerzos" que hizo para ...

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  • Cyber attack hit 200000 victims across 150 countries, says Europol chief

    Europol said Saturday that the attack was of an "unprecedented level and requires global investigation". While any sized company could be vulnerable, many large organizations with robust security departments would have prioritized the update that Microsoft released in March and wouldn't be vulnerable to Friday's attack.

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  • Cyber attack spreads across 150 countries

    But computers and networks that didn't update their systems remained at risk. Since Friday's breach more than 200,000 victims - including the NHS in the United Kingdom - across 150 countries have been infected by the Wanna Decryptor ransomware, also known as WannaCry.

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  • Protesting AAP places 3 demands before EC over EVM row

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal earlier in the day dared the EC to provide an EVM to the AAP, claiming it can be tampered with in "90 seconds" flat. At the day-long meeting, which started with the opening remarks of Chief Election Commission Nasim Zaidi, the Commission was expected to seek views of political parties on the proposed challenge it plans to throw to hack its EVMs.

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  • North Korea test fires 'new longer range missile'

    The nature of the launch is still being determined, but analysts have said the test could suggest a longer range than previously tested devices. The launch, at 5:27 a.m. Security Council resolutions, his office said. His press secretary, Yoon Young-chan, said the president was open to the possibility of dialogue with North Korea, but only when the North showed a "change in attitude".

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  • Italians march in protest of G7 finance ministers and bankers meeting

    Finance ministers signaled a truce in their trade quarrel with Donald Trump's administration as his Treasury Secretary said the Group of Seven is starting to understand where he's coming from. But he said the continued uncertainty about the direction of USA policy represented a risk, echoing comments made on Friday by Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso.

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  • Mueren 14 por explosión de pirotecnia

    Mueren 14 por explosión de pirotecnia

    A través de su cuenta Twitter , el vocero del Gobierno del Estado, Javier Lozano Alarcón, informó que están internados siete niños, tres de ellos graves; además de tres adultos. Informó que "un grupo de personas convivía dentro de la casa donde se almacenaba el material pirotécnico". Al lugar se trasladaron cuatro ambulancias de las bases de operaciones de Libres, Zautla, San José Chiapa y Tlatlauquitepec; así como dos unidades de intervención rápida; ambulancias de terapia Intensiva ...

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  • University employee becomes fourth American citizen now detained in North Korea

    University employee becomes fourth American citizen now detained in North Korea

    North Korea's state-run news agency KCNA reported Sunday that "a relevant institution is now conducting detailed investigation" into Kim's crimes, but provided no further details on his detention. "The security of US citizens is one of the Department's highest priorities ", it was said in a statement. One former classmate in the U.S., David Lee, said Kim Hak-song was known to send food to North Korea out of concern for the starving people.

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  • Prime Minister Netanyahu: Mahmoud Abbas lied to President Trump

    Abbas reiterated the demand as he stood next to Trump at the White House . He hopes to resume Israeli-Palestinian negotiations that have been stalled since March 2014 . Deputy Foreign Minister and Likud MK Tzipi Hotovely agreed with the Prime Minister, saying , "Abu Mazen arrived in Washington as he continues to transfer money to the families of terrorists".

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  • Mauricio Macri y Vladimir Putin se saludaron durante una gala en Pekín

    Ante las amenazas proteccionistas de algunos países, el presidente de China, Xi Jinping, afirmó que el aislamiento implica retraso y no resulta productivo para los países. El objetivo de Argentina en este encuentro con jefes de estado de Asia, Europa y África apunta a explorar oportunidades de comercio, cooperación e inversión .

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  • Trump urges graduates to learn 'lesson from his outsider status'

    Trump during his address took a vague shot at detractors but strayed from his usual style of tackling the news of the day head on, only saying there's "nothing easier or more pathetic than being a critic". "President Trump ventured into politics at a time when our nation has never been more polarised", Falwell said. Trump added that "America is beginning a new chapter", an assertion endorsed by Falwell as he introduced Trump.

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  • Macron promete refundar Europa al asumir presidencia de Francia

    Macron ganó la segunda ronda vuelta de los comicios presidenciales el pasado 7 de mayo, derrotando a la candidata del Frente Nacional, Marine Le Pen, con un amplio margen. Por la tarde, irá a la alcaldía de París, una parada tradicional para todos los mandatarios franceses que saludan a la ciudad "anfitriona". Está previsto que Macron , quien se comprometió que iba a anunciar amplias reformas, haga cambios de gran alcance en especial en el mercado de empleo y en las políticas económicas.

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  • U.S. defense chief voices commitment to Turkey's security

    U.S. defense chief voices commitment to Turkey's security

    John Dorrian, a spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve, the USA -led campaign against ISIS, told Pentagon reporters. Turkey wants the arms agreement reversed. Mr Cavusoglu said Mr Erdogan would discuss the issue with Mr Trump during his planned visit to Washington next Tuesday and Wednesday, suggesting there were no plans to call off the talks in protest.

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  • Exdirector del FBI llamó "loco" a Trump antes de su despido

    Según funcionarios gubernamentales, Rosenstein amenazó con dimitir después de que la Casa Blanca dijera que él fue quien impulsó el despido de Comey, y pidió a la Casa Blanca que se corrija, mientras que Trump ha rechazado la versión oficial de la mala gestión del caso de Clinton y ha reiterado que la investigación de Rusia , que Comey lideraba, debería dejarse de lado.

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  • Tories `leading fightback against SNP´ with major gains in local elections

    It says Ruth Davidson's party is now ahead in 15 constituencies in Scotland and may defeat the SNP in parts of the country it previously regarded as unwinnable. Scottish Labour deputy leader Alex Rowley meanwhile insisted his party is still a "major party" in local government, despite losing seats. Mr Robertson said: "The Tories want to take Moray for granted and use local votes to deliver their damaging hard line agenda, putting thousands of jobs at risk, just as they want to block ...

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  • Comunicado: Gobierno venezolano felicitó al presiente electo de Francia, Emmanuel Macron

    La expectativa en Francia está puesta en el nombramiento del primer ministro y "se cree que va a ser un político más experimentado. Luego será investido y se convertirá en presidente de la República", dijo Hollande. Agregó que al menos el 50 % de los candidatos serán mujeres, tal y como había deseado Macron , y que ninguno de ellos tendrá antecedentes judiciales.

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  • Baja la popularidad de Macron y crece la de Le Pen — Francia

    Baja la popularidad de Macron y crece la de Le Pen — Francia

    Jean-Marie Le Pen fue expulsado del FN en un intento por desvincular al partido de sus opiniones, que llegaron a calificar de "detalle" de la historia las cámaras de gas. Le Pen realizó el anuncio un día después del escándalo que sacudió a su partido, luego de la forzada renuncia de su titular interino, Jean Francois Jalkh, luego de que la prensa publicara declaraciones en las que negaba el Holocausto.

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  • Macron ganó la presidencia — Elecciones en Francia

    Chirac derrotó al padre de Marine Le Pen , Jean-Marie, con un 82% de votos. La historia nunca se mueve en línea recta, ni sirven los relatos que todo lo abarcan, como demuestra la elección francesa de 2017. Es la Francia más cosmopolita y educada, la de los ingresos más elevados y las metrópolis globalizadas, pero también de la cornisa atlántica, en parte rural, la que menos ha sufrido los embates del capitalismo transnacional.

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  • Gunman calls ex-girlfriend as he unleashed terror by a pool

    Gunman calls ex-girlfriend as he unleashed terror by a pool

    San Diego's police chief says race was not a factor in the shooting of six Black people and one Latino man at an apartment pool party, that the gunman was despondent over a recent breakup with his girlfriend. A witness told KSWB he saw three people had been shot on a sidewalk at the apartment complex. "It is apparent that Selis wanted his ex-girlfriend to listen in".

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  • Trump invokes Christian nationalism at Liberty University

    Trump invokes Christian nationalism at Liberty University

    Trump, in an apparent warning to his fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director, said Friday, May 12, 2017, that James Comey had better hope there are no "tapes" of their conversations. "President Trump delivered an outstanding message today that I believe will resonate not only among Liberty University graduates but among Christians throughout America and around the world", said Family Research Council President Tony Perkins, an alumnus of Liberty University.

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  • North Korea`s `new missile` has unprecedented range

    Moon, South Korea's first liberal leader in almost a decade, said as he took his oath of office last week that he'd be willing to visit the North if the circumstances were right. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters that the launch was "absolutely unacceptable" and that Japan will respond resolutely. Sunday's missile test "points to a new threshold of capability potentially crossed", said Euan Graham, an expert on North Korea at Australia's Lowy Institute.

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  • Renuncian a militancia por discurso misógino del PAN

    Renuncian a militancia por discurso misógino del PAN

    Ochoa Reza aseguró que Coahuila necesita un proyecto que genere mayor justicia, seguridad y bienestar para las mujeres, por lo que pidió el apoyo a favor de los candidatos del PRI en la entidad. En conferencia de prensa que encabezó Riquelme Solís y en la que dio la bienvenida a estos liderazgos, los ahora exmiembros del PAN y UDC afirmaron que decidieron apoyar al candidato del Partido Revolucionario Institucional ( PRI ) "porque es el único capaz de garantizar que la paz y sobre todo, la ...

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  • Iran makes strides in developing ballistic missiles

    The U.S. intelligence community maintains that Iran - which has the largest inventory of ballistic missiles in the Middle East - likely would use this technology to launch a nuclear weapon. He said: "We judge that Tehran would choose ballistic missiles as its preferred method of delivering nuclear weapons if it builds them". 'Iran's ballistic missiles are inherently capable of delivering WMD [weapons of mass destruction], and Tehran already has the largest inventory of ballistic missiles in ...

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  • UNSC to Hold Urgent Consultations on North Korea Missile Test

    The launch has already been criticized by a number of countries, such as the United States and South Korea. Outside experts don't believe the North can do that yet, but each new test pushes them closer to the goal. North Korean propaganda must be considered with wariness — Pyongyang has threatened for decades to reduce Seoul to a "sea of fire", for instance — but Monday's claim, if confirmed, would mark another big advance toward the North's goal of fielding a nuclear-tipped missile capable of ...

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