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  • Race tight in Georgia vote seen as test for Trump

    Race tight in Georgia vote seen as test for Trump

    In a major triumph for the Democratic Party, Jon Ossoff finished tonight at the top of a field of eleven Republican and four additional Democratic candidates. A GOP state senator in Georgia recently said the 6th district's lines "were not drawn" to elect a Democrat, and yet, there was Ossoff, forcing Republicans to spend millions of dollars they didn't expect to invest in order to barely keep him below 50%.

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  • Macron llama a unidad francesa para frenar a Le Pen

    Gracias a los millones que me han dado la confianza votando por mí", reiteró. A la cabeza del movimiento " En Marcha " creado a su imagen y semejanza -lleva hasta las iniciales de su nombre-, el socioliberal enarbola un discurso que trasciende las barricadas ideológicas con el que pretende aglutinar a sus compatriotas.

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  • Walker welcomes help from feds on Canadian dairy dispute

    At the time, Mr. Trump said, "We have a very outstanding trade relationship with Canada", adding that they would be only "tweaking" Nafta. MacNaughton did not directly address Trump's comments Wednesday, and avoided questions about the possibility of a cross-border trade war.

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  • Zambian opposition leader to remain in custody

    Zambian opposition leader to remain in custody

    Hichilema was narrowly defeated by President Edgar Lungu past year in elections which he described as fraudulent. The Zambian government accuses Hichilema of and his co-accused of plotting to overthrow the government. Judge Green Malumano told police that harassing lawyers in a criminal case amounted to contempt of court. The opposition says the vote was rigged but Hichilema has so far failed in his legal challenge against the result.

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  • Bond prices higher as uncertainty rises amid Tillerson-Russia meeting

    Russia, Syria and Iran strongly warned the United States Friday against launching new strikes on Syria and called for an worldwide probe into last week's chemical attack there. "I view the U.S. missile strike as an aggression, as it took place without an approval from the United Nations and without any investigation on behalf of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which could have identified those responsible behind the use of chemical weapons", Muallem said.

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  • Mapas muestran qué países serían alcanzados por misiles de Corea del Norte

    Mapas muestran qué países serían alcanzados por misiles de Corea del Norte

    La nueva Administración estadounidense del presidente Donald Trump está en la etapa final de formulación de su política sobre Corea del Norte , la cual, aparentemente, empleará la "máxima presión y compromiso". Ellos "discutirán planes para frenar las fuertes provocaciones adicionales de Corea del Norte , para maximizar la presión sobre el Norte, y para garantizar el papel constructivo de China en la resolución de la cuestión nuclear de Corea del Norte ", dijo el ministro de relaciones ...

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  • Support For Legalizing Marijuana Has Never Been So High

    Support For Legalizing Marijuana Has Never Been So High

    Sixty-one percent of Americans are now in favor of legalizing marijuana for recreational use, according to a CBS News poll released Thursday. MA legalized the drug after a referendum vote past year. But vigorous campaigns for legalization, alongside growing frustrations about the state of drug laws in America, have done much to turn the tide. CBS's poll was conducted by phone April 11-15 and included a random sample of 1,011 US adults.

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  • Boy, woman killed in Venezuela mass protests

    Boy, woman killed in Venezuela mass protests

    An anti-government protesters throws a molotov bomb at security forces in Caracas, Venezuela, Wednesday, April 19, 2017. In response to Wednesday's massive protests, which had always been in the works, Al-Jazeera reports Maduro ordered the Venezuelan military to march in Caracas in "defense of morality" and "in repudiation of the traitors of the country".

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  • Russian Federation opposes draft United Nations statement condemning N. Korea over launch

    Russian Federation opposes draft United Nations statement condemning N. Korea over launch

    We recently asked you to support our journalism. US Vice President Mike Pence has threatened North Korea with an "overwhelming" response to any use of conventional or nuclear weapons . The upgraded missile has an improved booster and warhead, enabling it to fire at longer ranges, an official said, noting that the projectile can presumably reach farther from the North Korean coastline and has a greater chance of hitting an incoming missile.

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  • Senate rejects income guidelines for tax exemption bill in Montana

    An attempt by Republicans in the state Senate to tighten up the eligibility requirements for food stamps fell flat in the House on Tuesday, as the 21-member House Committee on Health and Human Services voted unanimously to retain the bill. By a 7-1 vote without any discussion, the Senate Business & Commerce Committee advanced SB 10, which backers say will protect homeowners and business policyholders from the detrimental effects of unnecessary lawsuits.

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  • Evans runs marathon for 1st time since bombings

    The BBC reports that Switzer has now taken part in the marathon nine times in total, and has won the NY marathon. Kathrine Switzer donned bib number 261, the same number she wore when she entered the all-male race 50 years ago, using only her initials, KV.

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  • Trump welcomes humanitarian workers home with bonkers video

    According to The Washington Post , which first reported the story, Trump sent his deputy national security adviser and a military aide to Egypt to bring Hijazi home. Trump and White House aides negotiated their release as well as freedom for four other humanitarian workers, and Trump sent a USA government aircraft to Cairo to bring them home, the Post reported.

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  • Portaaviones norteamericano comienza ejercicios navales con Japón

    Portaaviones norteamericano comienza ejercicios navales con Japón

    El vicepresidente de Estados Unidos, Mike Pence , puntualizó que el grupo entraría en el mar de Japón para finales de abril. El portaaviones estadounidense ha estado bajo observación a raíz de que se descubriera que la administración del presidente Donald Trump mintió al informar a inicios de abril que el buque navegaba hacia la península coreana, cuando en realidad se dirigía a Australia.

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  • Sessions on Hawaii remark: 'Nobody has a sense of humor'

    And so you do have a situation in which one judge out of 700 in America has stopped this order. "Nobody has a sense of humor any more," Sessions said in response". Senator Brian Schatz tweeted to Sessions about his time as a senator from Alabama, saying: "Mr Attorney General: You voted for that judge". This attitude toward Hawaii, as some "island in the Pacific" is so dismissive that it would be hard not to be offended, especially if you are from there.

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  • Tiroteo en París deja un policía muerto y otro herido

    Tiroteo en París deja un policía muerto y otro herido

    El agresor fue "abatido en respuesta" a los disparos, apuntó. - Tres familiares del autor del atentado de anoche en la capital de Francia, fueron detenidas en las últimas horas en el marco de la investigación del ataque terrorista, reportaron hoy fuentes judiciales francesas.

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  • Unemployment Rates Fall to Record Lows in 4 US States

    Job losses were reported in trade, transportation and utilities (400); educational and business services (300); professional and business services (200), construction (200); financial activities (100); and information (100). Chairman Andres Alcantar says Texas employers continue to boost the state's diverse economy by adding jobs, including 249,000 over the year. The McAllen-Edinburg-Mission area had the highest jobless rate for Texas, at 8.5 percent.

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  • France's Macron vows to fight 'threat of nationalists'

    Macron, 39, a former investment banker who has served as economy minister, has vowed to deepen cooperation across the European Union. It set up a battle between Macron's optimistic vision of a tolerant France, a united Europe with open borders against Le Pen's darker, inward-looking platform that called for closed borders, tougher security, less immigration and dropping the shared euro currency to return to the French franc.

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  • Alleged kidnapper, Tad Cummins, to be arraigned Monday

    Alleged kidnapper, Tad Cummins, to be arraigned Monday

    The tiny cabin where authorities found former Tennessee teacher Tad Cummins and his 15-year-old student, Elizabeth Thomas , is nestled in the woods in a remote, mountainous area of inland, northernmost California near the OR border. Cummins and Thomas were captured on the Guymon Walmart's surveillance cameras. Barry said Cummins used a fake name and said they had lost everything in a fire in Colorado and needed a place to stay.

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  • Hace 9 minutosContador de Duarte implica a Karime Macías en desvió de…

    Hace 9 minutosContador de Duarte implica a Karime Macías en desvió de…

    Cuatro días después de que Duarte de Ochoa fue detenido en Guatemala , su esposa Karime Macías, junto con sus hijos Javier Duarte , Carolina y Emilio abordaron el vuelo Avianca AV263 Guatemala - Bogotá. Los tres jueces del tribunal solicitaron un receso de poco más de 20 minutos para decidir sobre el tema. En los primeros cuestionamientos que ha respondido al juez, el ex mandatario confirmó su nombre, edad, la identidad de sus padres y dijo que desde hace seis meses reside en ...

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  • The New York Times Takes Heat over Terrorist's Op-Ed

    The United Nations on Tuesday said it was following closely a hunger strike by more than 1,000 Palestinians in Israeli prisons and urged restraint following clashes with the strikers' supporters in the West Bank. Barghouti is one of the best-known among thousands of Palestinians jailed for charges ranging from stone-throwing and membership in terror groups, to attacks that wounded or killed Israelis.

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  • ¿Que países pueden ser alcanzados por los misiles de Corea del Norte?

    Desde 2006 Corea del Norte realizó cinco ensayos nucleares y múltiples lanzamientos de misiles balísticos desoyendo la prohibición de la ONU . Corea del Norte advirtió de un " ataque preventivo superpoderoso" que aniquilará a Estados Unidos , luego de que el secretario de Estado norteamericano, Rex Tillerson, anunciara que Washington estaba considerando presionar al régimen de Pyongyang para que vuelva a interactuar con el gobierno de Donald Trump.

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  • Everything you need to know about the French election

    Everything you need to know about the French election

    Molins said Cheurfi was arrested in February but was released due to lack of evidence, according to the AP. Security has been tightened across France , after a suspected terrorist attack killed a police officer ahead of the country's presidential election on Sunday.

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  • Game 4 Preview: Celtics at Bulls

    Game 4 Preview: Celtics at Bulls

    April 18, 2017; Boston, MA, USA; Chicago Bulls point guard Rajon Rondo (9) is guarded by Boston Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas (4) during the third quarter in game two of the first round of the 2017 NBA Playoffs at TD Garden. He seemed to gain effectiveness as the ball got into his hands more in a facilitating role, and the Bulls will likely go to that again if Carter-Williams and Grant struggle in the point guard position.

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  • Death toll in Afghan base attack rises to 140, officials say

    Almost 9,000 US troops remain in Afghanistan, some 7,000 of them to train and assist local forces that Washington has spent billions of dollars to build virtually from scratch in the hope of one day handing over control completely. By Saturday, the Taliban had claimed responsibility, with a spokesman saying the attack was carried out by ten assailants as retribution for the recent killing of several senior Taliban leaders.

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  • Defeat then court for Jakarta governor

    According to the polling company Indikator Politik, Baswedan led incumbent Basuki Tjahaja Purnama by 58 percent to 42 percent. Mr Anies' huge margin of victory was surprising since opinion polls in the run-up to the election had pointed to a dead heat.

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  • Rihanna Gave Herself a Queen Elizabeth Glow Up

    Rihanna Gave Herself a Queen Elizabeth Glow Up

    The 29-year-old Barbadian singer took to the social media site as the British monarch celebrated her 91st birthday over the weekend to share a series of four photos in which the Queen's head had been photoshopped on her body, wearing some seriously high-fashion outfits.

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  • Turkey's Erdogan says to meet Trump in United States in May

    Turkey's Erdogan says to meet Trump in United States in May

    Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is planning to meet his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump next month, hoping for stronger ties with the United States after being "deceived" by ex-President Barack Obama. He continued by noting that the Council of State or the Constitutional Court do not have the jurisdiction over these matters and therefore it is useless for the CHP to submit appeals to these institutions.

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