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  • Pence reaffirms U.S.-Australia alliance after Trump spat

    Pence reaffirms U.S.-Australia alliance after Trump spat

    Vice-President Pence also confirmed the United States would honour the refugee deal that sparked the infamous phone call between Mr Turnbull and President Trump earlier in the year. Special event clearways will be enforced on the city's roads and the number of police officers on the city's streets boosted during the Australian leg of Mr Pence's Asia-Pacific tour.

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  • Trump visiting Walter Reed military hospital

    Trump visiting Walter Reed military hospital

    Sgt. 1st Class Alvaro Barrientos was among three soldiers wounded March 17 when an Afghan soldier opened fire inside a base in Helmland province, officials said. I always wanted to get the Purple Heart. Presidents often visit the hospital located just nine miles from the White House. Trump kissed Barrientos' wife before he affixed the award to the sergeant's shirt collar.

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  • U.S. sees increased activity by Chinese bomber aircraft

    U.S. sees increased activity by Chinese bomber aircraft

    Tensions have risen sharply in recent months after North Korea conducted two nuclear weapons tests past year and carried out a steady stream of ballistic missile tests. It's past time for the United States to act decisively. But Pence reassured his jittery hosts that those decades-old security commitments are ironclad, a necessity made more acute after Washington's refusal to rule out military action against the North.

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  • Taliban fighters attack Afghan base; dozens of casualties reported

    Taliban fighters attack Afghan base; dozens of casualties reported

    Two of the attackers blew themselves up and seven were killed in the assault near Mazar-i-Sharif city on Friday which lasted several hours and targeted soldiers at a mosque and dining facility. Shaheen camp - the area attacked - was manned by soldiers of the 209 Corps. "It was a chaotic scene and I didn't know what to do", said one army officer wounded in the attack.

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  • Mike Babcock: Leafs need to 'earn' their way into playoffs

    Mike Babcock: Leafs need to 'earn' their way into playoffs

    Coach Mike Sullivan ruled both out for Saturday, but they've taken contact and seem poised to return as soon as Sunday against the New York Rangers. I think he's a really skilled guy that's got a lot of strength, nearly like a power forward, so it's a good combination to have.

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  • Syrian government moves aircraft to Russian base for protection

    Syrian government moves aircraft to Russian base for protection

    Britain's delegation to the chemical weapons watchdog says its director has told a meeting that tests indicate that sarin or a similar toxin was used in an April 4 attack in Syria that killed almost 90 people. They said Syrian commanders ordered the attack and Assad knew about it. All officials spoke on condition of anonymity under military briefing rules.

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  • Leander man arrested on child pornography charges

    Leander man arrested on child pornography charges

    Murray said Nunfio would have known the other person in the chat was a minor. "The amount of information we get off these devices is very massive and it takes a lot of time to go through", said Cst. "So as we go forward, you may see more investigations like this", said Murray. "95 per cent of that would deal with children being sexually exploited on the internet and with child sex abuse imagery", Arnason said.

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  • Trump dice que China podría frenar a Corea del Norte

    Trump dice que China podría frenar a Corea del Norte "si quisiera"

    El movimiento armamentístico de Estados Unidos se produce en momentos en que se eleva la tensión con Corea del Norte , ante la amenaza que representa este país contra intereses norteamericanos en la región. Corea del Norte proyectó el domingo la recreación de un ataque con misiles sobre una ciudad estadounidense . El piloto del caza consiguió activar el sistema de eyección desde la cabina y salir de la aeronave sin resultar herido, informó la Séptima Flota de Estados Unidos .

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  • EU y sus aliados

    EU y sus aliados "no deberían meterse con nosotros": Corea del Norte

    Frente a la actitud de la comunidad internacional, que considera estos ensayos una provocación y una violación de las resoluciones de la ONU, Pence ya advirtió hace unos días que " todas las opciones están sobre la mesa ". Tanto Corea del Sur como Estados Unidos prevén un inminente ejercicio militar por parte del régimen de Kim Jong-Un que podría ser una nueva amenaza para el mundo, y el cual podría tener respuesta, como lo adelantaron las autoridades norteamericanas.

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  • Metro restablece servicio en L4 tras

    Metro restablece servicio en L4 tras "problemas de energización" — CHILE

    Aún no existe hora confirmada para la reposición del servicio. Los problemas de servicio incluso complicaron la combinación entre la Línea 4 y la Línea 5, en la estación Vicente Valdés . El gerente de Operaciones del Metro agregó que "alrededor de las 8:15 se inició el funcionamiento del servicio express en la Línea 4 ". De esta forma, no hubo servicio entre las estaciones Las Torres y Elisa Correa .

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  • Venezuela: tres muertos y cientos de detenidos tras nueva jornada de protestas

    Venezuela: tres muertos y cientos de detenidos tras nueva jornada de protestas

    El dirigente opositor y ex candidato presidencial Henrique Capriles acusó al gobierno de enviar a los cuerpos de seguridad para reprimir las protestas nocturnas en las barriadas pobres. Fue horrible", narró un constructor de 33 años, quien vive en una zona céntrica del lugar.(Vea también: Nueve personas murieron electrocutados tras saquear una panaderia durante las protestas).

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  • US Vice President in nuclear-free Korean peninsula

    US Vice President in nuclear-free Korean peninsula

    Navy shows the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier. Two Japanese destroyers joined the USS Carl Vinson and two other U.S. warships as they continued their journey north in the western Pacific Ocean, the U.S. The pilot was recovered by helicopter without injury. TOKYO (AP) - An American aircraft carrier heading toward the Korean Peninsula began joint exercises Sunday with Japanese naval ships in the Philippine Sea.

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  • 10 things to know about legal pot

    10 things to know about legal pot

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions ― who has stated his personal opposition to weed ― has anxious some marijuana advocates with ominous comments about the supposed dangers of loosening restrictions on the nation's favorite illicit substance. Support for marijuana legalisation has increased steadily since 2013, crossing to majority support in 2014. Support for legalization has risen among all age groups - particularly those under 55.

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  • Corea del Norte amenaza con

    Corea del Norte amenaza con "reducir a cenizas a EEUU"

    Tras el impacto se puede apreciar una bandera de Estados Unidos envuelta en llamas en un cementerio e inmediatamente después se ve ondeando la bandera de Corea de Norte. Según reportes hechos por el Centro para la Estrategia y Estudios Internacionales , la exposición hecha el pasado sábado por Jong-un mostró parte de su poderío .

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  • British woman fatally stabbed by Palestinian in Jerusalem, police say

    British woman fatally stabbed by Palestinian in Jerusalem, police say

    Bladon was a talented musician studying for a degree in religion, theology and archaeology at the University of Birmingham in central England, her family said. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem , the University of Birmingham and the Rothberg International School all also released statements paying tribute to the student.

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  • Trump Sees No Role for United States in Stabilizing Libya

    Trump Sees No Role for United States in Stabilizing Libya

    But on Thursday, the president said a strong Europe was in everyone's advantage. "Gentiloni wants US help to create stability in Libya, something which is of concern to the Italian public", Marrone said. Trudeau and Gentiloni will be dealing with Trump in person because Italy is to host the G7 leaders' summit next month, which will be part of Trump's entry into the world of multilateral summitry.

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  • Tres muertos y cientos de detenidos tras nueva jornada de protestas — Venezuela

    Tres muertos y cientos de detenidos tras nueva jornada de protestas — Venezuela

    A consecuencia de los altercados, 52 pacientes, entre madres y niños resultaron intoxicados y 18 de ellos trasladados a otros centros asistenciales, añadieron. Juan Barreto, de las agencias AFP ha tomado una fotografía que en estos momentos le esta dando la vuelta al mundo, las protestas en Venezuela continuan y esta imagen se ha convertido en un símbolo de la crisis venezolana; ayer 19 de abril una manifestante se encuentra desafiante frente a una tanqueta de la policía antidisturbios en la ...

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  • Cambiemos realiza un nuevo

    Cambiemos realiza un nuevo "timbreo nacional"

    El jefe de Gobierno porteño, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta , reiteró que " es un orgullo que Elisa Carrió sea nuestra candidata en la Ciudad " y remarcó que " su candidatura es una muestra más de nuestro trabajo en equipo " y de la " solidez " de la alianza Cambiemos.

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  • Amenazan con otro atentado de bomba en Colonia — Bundesliga

    Amenazan con otro atentado de bomba en Colonia — Bundesliga

    El diario señaló en su página web de la recepción de ese mensaje que ya están analizando las autoridades. El autobús del equipo tras el ataque. El atentado contra el Dortmund , cuyo autobús recibió el impacto de los explosivos camino al estadio para disputar un partido de la Liga de Campeones, sigue rodeado de enigmas.

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  • Attacker kills French policeman, injures two others, IS claims responsibility

    Attacker kills French policeman, injures two others, IS claims responsibility

    French authorities have identified the gunman in the attack on police officers on the Champs-Elysees in Paris , and said a note found near his body included a message of support for the Islamic State (IS) militant group. Belgian security officials had warned French counterparts before the attack that El Osri was a "very unsafe individual en route to France" aboard a high-speed train.

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  • Corea del Norte se prepara para una guerra nuclear

    Corea del Norte se prepara para una guerra nuclear

    El sábado, el líder norcoreano Kim Jong Un encabezó el desfile militar y acto oficial por el 105 aniversario de su abuelo y fundador del país, Kim Il-sung. Washington intenta aclarar la situación tras enviar señales confusas en días pasados acerca del paradero del Carl Vinson , que se suponía se dirigía rumbo a la península coreana la semana pasada.

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  • Francia refuerza su dispositivo de seguridad ante primera vuelta electoral

    Francia refuerza su dispositivo de seguridad ante primera vuelta electoral

    París , 21 Abr (Notimex). Mélenchon fue el único entre los cuatro favoritos que se negó a modificar su agenda electoral afirmando que " la violencia no tendrá la última palabra ". En una declaración al término del Consejo de Defensa presidido por el jefe del Estado, François Hollande , Cazeneuve explicó que habrá "unidades especializadas de intervención para garantizar una capacidad de respuesta total", y recordó que 50.000 policías, gendarmes y militares se desplegarán el domingo para que ...

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  • Wounded veteran carries woman across finish line at Boston Marathon

    Wounded veteran carries woman across finish line at Boston Marathon

    She did not want to just walk again, she wanted to run marathons again. Shockingly, it would be another five years before women were officially allowed to compete in the Boston Marathon. As the oldest marathon in the world, completing these 26.2 miles in Boston is a lifetime goal and a proud achievement for most long-distance runners.

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  • Policy Change: United Airlines will no longer take seats from boarded passengers

    Policy Change: United Airlines will no longer take seats from boarded passengers

    Days after a passenger was dragged from a flight because United Airlines needed to make room for employees, the airline has changed its policy on transporting workers. "The treatment of the passenger in last week's incident at O'Hare is inexcusable and must be stopped", Breen said in a statement. United on Friday said it was changing its policy on booking its flight crews onto its own planes following the incident.

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