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  • European Union condemns North Korea's test-launch of ballistic missile

    North Korea broke its silence on its latest launch, saying it successfully tested a new type of mid- to long-range missile, and it warned the United States that it is in its "sighting range" for a strike. Conservative groups here view Moon's assumption of the presidency with concerns that his engagement policy with North Korea may weaken the coordinated front between Seoul and Washington in pressuring Pyongyang.

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  • Suu Kyi rejects UN Myanmar probe

    Suu Kyi rejects UN Myanmar probe

    They met before in 2013. Elsewhere, Pope Francis has moved a Vietnamese cardinal imprisoned for more than 13 years by the communists a step closer to sainthood. The horrifying stories recounted by the Rohingya include harrowing tales of rapes, killings and the burning of their houses. Downplaying the bickering, Mogherini underscored that the two sides agreed on the need to "focus on the future and the implementation of the recommendations included in the (former UN Secretary General Kofi ) ...

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  • El misil norcoreano es "un gesto de rebeldía" hacia China — Experto

    Corea del Norte volvió a lanzar hoy un misil desde la ciudad de Kusong , en el noroeste del país, desatando una ola de protestas, desde Estados Unidos que exigió endurecer las sanciones a China, que llamó a mantener la calma. El regimen de Pyongyang aseguró que la prueba fue exitosa y supervisada por el líder Kim Jong Un; Corea del Norte vuelve a desafiar a sus opositores .

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  • Macron es nombrado oficialmente octavo presidente electo de Francia

    En línea con los dictados de una Unión Europea (UE) cuyo fortalecimiento defiende, el ex banquero quiere bajar el gasto estatal, reformar los sistemas tributario y jubilatorio y profundizar la flexibilización del mercado laboral, para lo cual tendrá que equilibrar sus intenciones con el descontento en las calles y las fábricas.

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  • All you need to know about the Ransomware attack

    Once it infects one computer within a network, it can spread to all the computers in that network "within seconds", said Israel Levy, the CEO of the cybersecurity firm Bufferzone. Chinese media reported that more than 29,000 institutions in the country had been hit, with universities and other educational entities the hardest hit, along with railway services and retailers.

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  • Uber is fighting to keep its self-driving program alive

    Uber is fighting to keep its self-driving program alive

    Because of this, I and other reporters were given a glimpse into what Waymo believes was a grand plot to steal its innovation. Waymo even claims that Otto's may have existed exclusively for Uber to have a legitimate means of acquiring Levandowski's data.

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  • Los legisladores se metieron en el escándalo Trump-FBI

    Los legisladores se metieron en el escándalo Trump-FBI

    Garcia , figura entre los candidatos que baraja el Presidente Donald Trump para sustituir a James Comey como director del FBI , según reportó este sábado la prensa estadounidense. "Como un presidente bastante activo con muchas cosas pasando, no es posible para mis subalternos aparecer en el podio (de la sala de prensa) con perfecta precisión", dijo Trump en el primero de sus mensajes en clara alusión a Sanders.

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  • Hamas leader urges Trump to seize 'historic opportunity'

    Abbas insisted he is committed to peace, but he made clear Palestinian demands for a separate state based on borders that existed before the 1967 Mideast war, a capital in east Jerusalem and the return of Palestinian refugees. "We believe Israel is willing". Trump also called on Abbas to address incitement. Standing beside Trump , Abbas later told reporters that the strategic choice to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was "to bring about peace based on the vision of the two state".

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  • Presume Norcorea prueba de nuevo misil con 'ojiva nuclear pesada'

    Se trataría de una prueba exitosa, especialmente después de la de hace dos semanas, en la que el proyectil explotó apenas unos minutos después de ser lanzado. El disparo del misil balístico fue calificado como una “amenaza para la paz y la seguridad internacional”, de acuerdo a una portavoz del Servicio Europeo de Acción Exterior de la Unión Europea (UE), ente encargado de las relaciones diplomáticas del bloque con otros países fuera de Europea.

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  • Intenta morder a policía para evitar alcoholímetro — LadyWiskis

    Intenta morder a policía para evitar alcoholímetro — LadyWiskis

    Todo fue grabado en un celular. En las imágenes difundidas en redes sociales, se aprecia el momento en que los vecinos comienzan a reclamarle al policía por su actuación mientras entre varios comienzan a golpearlo. De acuerdo a lo declarado por el policía detenido, en la persecución del auto que era manejado en reversa, el conductor amagó con sacar un objeto de la bolsa que llevaba a la altura del pecho, por lo que en respuesta el elemento desenfundó su arma.

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  • Corea del Norte lanzó un proyectil balístico

    Putin hizo los comentarios al margen de la cumbre "Un Cinturón, Una Ruta", una reunión de 29 jefes de Estado convocada por el presidente de China, Xi Jinping, para impulsar su visión de la expansión global de China. Una destacada diplomática norcoreana afirmó que Pyongyang dialogaría con Washington "bajo las condiciones apropiadas", después de que el presidente estadounidense Donald Trump expresara su disposición a reunirse con el líder norcoreano Kim Jong-un.

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  • Macron presta juramento como nuevo presidente de Francia

    Asimismo agregó que el continente "lleva por el mundo nuestros valores" y señaló que "Francia es fuerte cuando es próspera". "No cederé a ninguno de los compromisos que le hice a los franceses". "Nada me detendrá en la defensa de los más altos intereses de Francia y en el trabajo para conseguir la reconciliación de los franceses", aseguró Macron .

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  • Bixby can live in your Samsung refrigerator now

    Bixby can live in your Samsung refrigerator now

    It's understood that the South Korean consumer electronics manufacturer is now only rolling out Bixby to Family Hub 2.0 units in its home country, though the availability of the update should be expanded in the near future. But the addition of Bixby will mean users can now use voice commands to access extra features, such as searching for recipes and weather information with voice commands.

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  • Asesinan a periodista y escritor en Sinaloa

    Asesinan a periodista y escritor en Sinaloa

    El cadáver del periodista quedó tendido en medio de la calle a unos metros de las instalaciones del diario en que trabajaba. En breve más imformación. Entre los occisos está también un catedrático de la Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa , encontrado muerto en la cajuela de su vehículo, en Mazatlán. Valdez se inició en el periodismo a principios de los años noventa en los noticieros televisivos del Canal 3, en Culiacán .

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  • North Korea claims new missile can carry "large" nuke

    Japan and the United States said that the missile flew for half an hour before landing in the Sea of Japan and the high trajectory it flew could mean it is a new kind of weapon. A USA official told Fox News the missile splashed down about 60 miles south of Russia's Vladivostok region and approximately 250 miles from Japanese shores.

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  • Capturan a integrantes de banda criminal

    Capturan a integrantes de banda criminal "Clan del Golfo" — Colombia

    Desde el 2 de mayo, cuando el Clan del Golfo empezó su ataque a la Policía , las autoridades han capturado a 66 de estos hombres armados y han dado de baja a otros seis . Como resultado de las acciones de las autoridades, esta banda pasó de tener 4.000 miembros en 2010 a 1.800 actualmente, según el Ministerio de Defensa.

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  • Nanaimo MLA says election uncertainty means anything is possible

    The Green Party holds three seats, and pending the results of absentee ballots and a recount in Courtenay-Comox, the balance of power. Why? Because it only takes one B.C. Weaver said watching B.C. invest in old fossil fuel technologies and miss opportunities to develop a sustainable and modern economy convinced him to pursue politics.

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  • WannaCry attack could worsen as people return to work on Monday

    Hitachi spokeswoman Yuko Tainiuchi said it was experiencing email delays and file delivery failures and suspected the cyberattack was at fault, even though no ransom was being demanded. A statement from Microsoft President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith on Sunday criticised the way governments store up information about security flaws in computer systems.

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  • France's new president wastes no time: names PM, sees Merkel

    As a presidential candidate, Macron called for a "new Franco-German deal" that would involve "much more structured cooperation" on investment, on European border security, and on defense. The mayor of Le Havre since 2010, Philippe previously worked as a director of public affairs for French nuclear group Areva from 2007-2010 and as a lawyer from 2004-2007 with New York City-based worldwide law firm Debevoise and Plimpton LLP.

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  • The WannaCry ransomware attack has spread to 150 countries

    The hackers then demand $300 in order to release control of the files. This ransomware spreads by using a vulnerability in implementations of Server Message Block ( SMB ) in Windows systems. Anyone who hasn't updated their Windows PC recently. 'Because this would be nowhere near the worldwide spread and depth of attack if people had run the updates that Microsoft had provided in March'.

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  • North Korea missile test is huge step forward

    The latest test was also the North's first launch since a controversial USA missile defence system deployed in the South became operational on May 2 and follows a failed April 29 ballistic missile test. North Korea has tested dozens of banned missiles in the previous year, though this was the first one deemed by US officials to have been a success, after a string of recent failures.

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  • Amazon's Echo Show allows Alexa to answer queries with visuals

    But to make matters worse, Amazon's launch video focused a ton on the communication features at the core of Nucleus' vision, rather than the e-commerce, smart-home or entertainment capabilities that the Echo Show also possesses. The Echo could do voice interaction and take commands for playing music locally or from the internet, take notes and make to-do lists, set alarms. You don't need an Echo Show to start a video call either.

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  • Emmanuel Macron sworn in as France's youngest president, to visit Angela Merkel

    At an elaborate ceremony at the Élysée Palace in Paris , the BBC reported that the new French president said his presidency would "give the French back the confidence to believe in themselves". Macron faces a host of daunting challenges, including tackling stubbornly high unemployment, fighting violence and healing divisions exposed by an often vicious election campaign.

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  • Florida governor: Tourists still coming in record numbers

    Florida governor: Tourists still coming in record numbers

    Almost 113 million tourists - a lot of them from the US - visited a year ago. "Instead of decimating funding to VISIT FLORIDA, we should be investing in tourism marketing so we can continue to bring record visitors to our state". The budget does not include business-incentive money Scott sought for Enterprise Florida and substantially cut the money for tourism marketing. Visit Florida, which has faced media scrutiny because of some controversial contracts, received $78 million for tourism ...

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