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  • I'll visit Kim if it brings peace, says South Korea's new president

    FILE - South Koreans on a bus bid farewell to their North Korean relatives after a rare reunion meeting at Diamond Mountain resort in North Korea, Oct. A separate statement from Moon's Democratic Party said he was briefed on the status of the North Korean military and South Korea's military readiness.

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  • Lawmakers ask Trump to turn over any Comey tapes

    Gary Peters says he also wants to know whether Rosenstein plans to call for a special prosecutor to lead an investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and alleged collusion with the Russians by Trump campaign associates. Each has worked in high-profile positions in the Justice Department. Rogers was an FBI special agent until 1995, when he left the bureau to enter politics, and later served in the House from 2001 to 2014.

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  • Asume Macron la Presidencia de Francia

    El nuevo presidente francés , Emmanuel Macron , nombró hoy a Alexis Kohler, el que fuera su jefe de gabinete en su etapa de ministro de Economía (2014-2016) como secretario general del Elíseo , una figura clave como responsable de la administración de la presidencia.

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  • Pres. Trump Shared Secret Info About IS With Russians

    The Post reported that Trump shared "code-word information" - one of the highest classification levels - about threats from Islamic State involving laptops aboard airliners. Monday's reports of Trump revealing classified information to the Russians come just ahead of his first foreign trip as president. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., echoed those sentiments and called on the president to provide a "full explanation" to Congress, the intelligence community and the public.

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  • Denuncia contra Del Mazo

    Denuncia contra Del Mazo

    En las instalaciones del INE , Álvarez Icaza manifestó que la denuncia no sólo tiene que ver con las elecciones en el Estado de México, sino para que los comicios presidenciales, en 2018, estén apegados al estado de derecho y no se reproduzca ese vicio que atenta contra la voluntad ciudadana y contra el voto libre y secreto.

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  • Macron picks opposition member as new French Prime Minister

    Macron picks opposition member as new French Prime Minister

    Philippe's appointment ticks several boxes for the 39-year-old Macron, France's youngest president, who took power on Sunday. The son of two teachers is a longtime ally of ex-prime minister Alain Juppe, the veteran centrist whom he backed as a candidate for the Republicans' nomination for this year's election.

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  • Syria is burning bodies to hide proof of mass killings

    Jones said "newly declassified" information on this and other atrocities by the government of President Bashar al-Assad came from "intelligence community assessments", as well as from non-governmental organizations such as Amnesty International and the media.

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  • China wins praise for Silk Road but concerns persist

    The two-day meeting included Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation and Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey and presidents or prime ministers from Italy, Hungary, Greece, Kenya and most of China's Asian neighbors but no major Western leaders.

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  • Trump say it's possible he could pick FBI head by next week

    Spicer also declined to shed light on the search for Comey's replacement. Cornyn, the number two Republican in the Senate, served as Texas attorney general before his election to the Senate in 2002. "We only know of Nixon's full personality because of his taping system". For a White House accustomed to bouts of chaos, Trump's handling of Comey's firing could have serious and long-lasting implications.

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  • Don't Mess With China's Silk Road Initiative: Venezuela

    India treats the entire Jammu and Kashmir as its integral part. In his opening remarks, Jinping said: "All countries should respect each other's sovereignty, dignity and territorial integrity, each other's development paths and social systems, and each other's core interests and major concerns".

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  • Macron asumió la Presidencia con la promesa de fortalecer a Francia

    Ante la presencia de cientos de invitados que se reunieron en la sala de fiestas de la sede presidencial, el centrista proeuropeo dijo que iba a enfrentar "los excesos del mundo" y que se iba a abrir "una nueva página" para Francia. Macron llegó al hospital de Percy poco antes de las 15:30 horas locales, en una visita que fue anunciada con poca antelación por el Elíseo, y durante la que sólo se permitió la entrada de cámaras oficiales para cubrir el acto.

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  • Heavy gunfire in Ivory Coast as military tries to end mutiny

    Despite popular opposition to the revolt, the soldiers took to the streets across the African country and blocked off the second largest city, Bouaké, on Saturday. Last month, the government revised its 2017 budget as it faces lower income from cocoa, its main export crop, limiting its ability to pay soldiers.

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  • Patients asked to use services 'wisely — NHS cyber-attack

    French carmaker Renault was forced to stop production at sites in France, Slovenia and Romania, while FedEx said it was "implementing remediation steps as quickly as possible". The attack looks like this: images appear on victims' screens demanding payment of $300 (275 euros) in the virtual currency Bitcoin, saying: "Ooops, your files have been encrypted!" Nissan Motor Co.

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  • Texas Police Fire Cop who Killed Jordan Edwards in Unjustified Shooting

    Texas Police Fire Cop who Killed Jordan Edwards in Unjustified Shooting

    During a press conference on Tuesday, Balch Springs Police Chief Jonathan Haber announced that Oliver, who had been an officer with the department since 2011, had been terminated. "Balch Springs PD called the Dallas County Sheriff's office and asked if they could restrain Jordan's father because of his "hostile" behavior", he said.

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  • Confirman lanzamiento de misil norcoreano

    Las autoridades de Seúl analizan el tipo y la distancia del proyectil, y por el momento consideran que se trata de un misil de tipo balístico, informó el Estado Mayor Conjunto (JCS) de Corea del Sur en un comunicado recogido por a agencia local Yonhap.

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  • Anti-Palestinian Jewish attorney arrives in Israel as new USA envoy

    Anti-Palestinian Jewish attorney arrives in Israel as new USA envoy

    The Jewish-American bankruptcy lawyer has expressed scepticism over the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the basis of years of USA peace efforts. President Donald Trump's visit to Israel on May 22. But questions have been raised over whether Friedman will be able to put his personal views aside.

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  • Nepal Holds Local Elections, The first in 20 Years

    Nepal Holds Local Elections, The first in 20 Years

    In the first round of elections for local bodies, around 50,000 contenders are vying for the 13,556 positions, the Anadolu Agency reports. Local-level elections could not be held after 1997 largely as a result of the decade-long Maoist insurgency that claimed more than 16,000 lives.

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  • Erdogan visits Trump, amid much friction between US, Turkey

    But the relationships between these factions and foreign powers are much more complex than they seem, experts say. Turkey perceives the militia commissioned by the USA as an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), which has fought against the Turks in south-east Turkey and is recognised as a terrorist group by the United States, Turkey and Europe.

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  • French President Macron heads to Berlin for his first official foreign visit

    Gabriel was reacting to comments from Schaeuble suggesting that Macron's idea of creating a budget and finance minister for the euro zone were unrealistic because they would require politically thorny changes to the European Union treaty. The German Chancellor, meanwhile, backed a relationship of "full confidence" that generates "close cooperation" for the well-being of both countries, and she emphasised that "the interests of Germany are closely linked with the interests of France".

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  • Celtics power past Wizards in Game 7, 115-105

    After going for 53 points in Game 2, Scott Brooks and the Wizards made it a point to keep Thomas from beating them. It features new Boston Celtics star Isaiah Thomas, who many argued should have been considered for the NBA MVP Award this past season.

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  • Xiaomi Redmi 4 launched in India for ₹6999,

    First round of sales starts from 23 May. The Redmi 3S, which was launched in India in August a year ago, has in fact become the highest selling phone ever available in India via the online sales model, he added. The device runs on Android Nougat Preview OS topped with MIUI 8. Xiaomi phones, although value for money, are notorious for being out of stock nearly all the time.

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  • Ransomware attack should be a 'wake-up call' for governments

    Reuters/Shannon StapletonA Microsoft logo is seen at a pop-up site for the new Windows 10 operating system at Roosevelt Field in Garden City, New York. "I'm anxious about how the numbers will continue to grow when people go to work and turn on their machines on Monday", he said. WannaCry has already caused massive disruption around the globe.

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  • Inside the White House: Comey Damage Control And No Easy Way Out

    US media quoted an unnamed White House official as saying that 11 candidates are being considered, including acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe. "Nearly all of them are very well known", Trump said while flying to Lynchburg, Virginia, where he was giving the commencement address at Liberty University.

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  • Graham: Trump did his staff a 'disservice' by changing his Comey explanation

    The information at issue was not even widely shared within the U.S. government, and Trump's decision to share it with Moscow could endanger Washington's partnership with the source. "I would like to start with his not producing an worldwide incident", Warren said today when asked about the upcoming Trump visit overseas, which includes scheduled stops in Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the Vatican as well as a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels.

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