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  • North Korea prepared to strike U.S. aircraft carrier

    North Korea prepared to strike U.S. aircraft carrier

    Reports suggest Seoul and Washington may also be discussing the possibility of conducting joint naval drills involving the Nimitz-class nuclear-powered ship. whatever reservations the president may have about the details", he said. Trump has vowed to prevent North Korea from being able to hit the United States with a nuclear missile and has said all options are on the table, including a military strike.

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  • Legalizan captura de fiscal que habría favorecido a Otto Bula

    Legalizan captura de fiscal que habría favorecido a Otto Bula

    La captura de Aldana se produjo a la una y un minuto de la tarde de este 21 de abril en vía pública, según el informe ejecutivo judicial. La Fiscalía General de Colombia capturó hoy a un fiscal delegado señalado de favorecer al ex senador Otto Bula, quien está preso luego de que aceptara haber recibido 4,6 millones de dólares por intermediar en la consecución de contratos para la firma brasileña Odebrecht en el país.

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  • North Korea threatens to launch nuclear attack on Australia

    A foreign ministry spokesman for the communist nation warned that if Canberra persists in "blindly and zealously toeing the U.S. line", it will feel its wrath. After controversy over its whereabouts, the Carl Vinson will arrive in the East Sea "in a matter of days", Pence said Saturday in Sydney . North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets scientists and technicians in the field of researches into nuclear weapons in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency ( KCNA ...

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  • Veinte personas murieron en las últimas protestas en Venezuela

    Veinte personas murieron en las últimas protestas en Venezuela

    De acuerdo con la Fiscalía, se han designado a dos fiscales para investigar los hechos ocurridos en la zona de El Valle, en el suroeste de Caracas , donde murieron 11 personas, incluido un menor de edad, y en el barrio popular de Petare, en el este de la ciudad, donde murió un hombre a causa de un balazo.

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  • Afghan official reports 94 killed in massive U.S. bomb attack

    Afghan official reports 94 killed in massive U.S. bomb attack

    The blast, from the weapon dubbed the "mother of all bombs", destroyed three underground tunnels as well as weapons and ammunition, but no civilian was hurt, said a Defense Ministry spokesman. Marine Corps colonel and ordnance specialist. Nangarhar provincial spokesman Attaullah Khogyani gave a death toll of 90, far higher than the initial toll of 36 IS fighters given by Afghan officials.

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  • Call of Duty: WWII is your next COD game developed by Sledgehammer

    Call of Duty: WWII is your next COD game developed by Sledgehammer

    We don't know any details beyond the name and poster, and that it's being developed by Sledghammer Games. Call of Duty has not looked at that war since its fifth game in 2008, World at War . In a recent earnings call, the company said that the next Call of Duty game would take the franchise "back to its roots" and put players' "boots on the ground".

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  • Apple Refuses to Allow iPhone, Mac Recycling

    In 2016, Apple launched Liam, the experimental automated technology that disassembles iPhone 6 for recycling. On top of that, the company is piloting new recycling techniques that use disassembly robots to put reclaimed materials into new products.

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  • Turkey's Erdogan says he's set to meet Trump in Washington

    Turkey's Erdogan says he's set to meet Trump in Washington

    The minister went on to say that those willing to annul the results could "also apply to the ECHR, but [they] cannot achieve a result there either, because the agreements Turkey signed do not give parties the right to apply". However, the observers refused to be drawn on whether the lack of a level playing field had affected the close result. As for the Constitutional Court, "this is not part of its jurisdiction" while the European judicial instance "does not have a mandate this is a ...

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  • Android SMS Spyware Sees Millions of Downloads

    Android SMS Spyware Sees Millions of Downloads

    Zscaler revealed that millions of Android users, who were searching for Android software updates in the Play Store ended up downloading this spyware, which tracked them in real time and sent their location to cyber criminals. "It portrayed itself as a system update, misleading users into thinking they were downloading an Android System Update". "Just a waste of space, if I tried to open the app it will say 'unfortunately system updates have stopped", read one comment, according to ZDNet.

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  • Massive iceberg draws hundreds to small Canadian town

    Massive iceberg draws hundreds to small Canadian town

    Surrounded by shallow water, the iceberg is estimated to be about 150 feet at its highest point. The giant iceberg that got stuck in Ferryland measures 15 storeys high above the waterline. From spring to September, icebergs regularly break off in the Arctic and float down past the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. They are actually the most plentiful in April and May, but he notes that the formations are often trapped in sea ice at that time of year.

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  • Putin-linked think tank

    Putin-linked think tank "drew up plan to sway 2016 US election"

    What's more, as Rachel noted on last night's show, this wasn't some low-level scheme: this was a government-run, intelligence operation, coordinated in part by the Kremlin's in-house intelligence think tank, which Vladimir Putin has staffed with his former senior intelligence officers.

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  • Asia on 'High Alert' as Another North Korean Holiday Approaches

    Asia on 'High Alert' as Another North Korean Holiday Approaches

    When President Obama left office, he made it clear to incoming President Trump that the most important foreign policy challenge that the new administration would face would be figuring out how to prevent North Korea from developing an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that could be equipped with a thermonuclear warhead that could reach the United States.

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  • Iran not complying with 2015 nuclear deal

    Iran not complying with 2015 nuclear deal

    The Trump administration said on Tuesday it was launching an inter-agency review of whether the lifting of sanctions against Iran was in the United States' national security interests, while acknowledging that Tehran was complying with a deal to rein in its nuclear programme.

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  • Air quality improving in Pioneer Valley, but still not great

    Air quality improving in Pioneer Valley, but still not great

    This region - which, in the report , includes Monroe County and Warren County in New Jersey - generally experienced fewer unhealthy days of high ozone compared to last year's report . Ozone is a summer pollutant in the Valley, and microscopic particle pollution often spikes in the fall and winter. The vegetation that protects the soil becomes destroyed, he said, that causes loose dust to blow around that would otherwise be moist.

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  • Baby bald eagle rescued from nest in DC returned

    Baby bald eagle rescued from nest in DC returned

    After climbing the tree, it took about 20 seconds for the arborist to gently lift the eaglet out of the hole-it was saved around 8 p.m. According to the American Eagle Foundation, the rescued eaglet, known as DC4, had its right leg lodged in a hole of the nest and was unable to free itself after several attempts Thursday evening.

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  • Scientists Hit the Streets to Demand Respect, Funding

    Scientists Hit the Streets to Demand Respect, Funding

    Despite saying the march was not partisan, Mr Holt acknowledged it was only dreamed up at the Women's March on Washington , a day after Mr Trump's inauguration on January 20. She also says, the march is a celebration and a way to remind people of the role of science in our society. And we've gone from there to a society where.

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  • French presidential election: Voters flood to ballot box as polls open

    French presidential election: Voters flood to ballot box as polls open

    That means France could end up with a choice between candidates from the far-left and far-right, or a far-right stalwart facing off against a political novice. The awakening of the people against oligarchies can become a reality, and the impossible can become possible. As chance would have it, I had the opportunity to volunteer at a local French high school to talk about the election of Donald Trump.

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  • Ivanka Trump Brand Reportedly Wins Chinese Trademarks

    Ivanka Trump Brand Reportedly Wins Chinese Trademarks

    March sales on Lyst were up 262 percent over the same period past year. Her decision to hold onto the investment requires Ivanka Trump to take measures to avoid conflicts. She wore dresses from her eponymous brand to the Republican National Convention, boosting sales of both sheaths; on her official website, she posted photos from the event with captions that included links to where readers could buy her outfits.

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  • China urges U.S. and North Korea to refrain from provoking each other

    China urges U.S. and North Korea to refrain from provoking each other

    There were no signs North Korea conducted a nuclear experiment on Saturday amid concerns that the sixth of its kind could be held in time with Kim Il Sung's birthday celebration. Mr Han said Mr Trump's "aggressive words" were being seen as a threat. North Korea has made no secret of its desire to boost its military power, while a USA naval strike group is approaching close to waters off the Korean Peninsula in a show of force, following high-profile US military attacks this month on Syria ...

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  • North Korea threatens Australia with nuclear attack

    North Korea threatens Australia with nuclear attack

    However, another North Korean holiday is right around the corner, prompting South Korean forces to remain on heightened alert. Tension has been escalating on the Korean peninsula since the beginning of April after Washington hinted at a pre-emptive strike against Pyongyang, which was followed by a new missile test by North Korea on April 16, Efe news reported.

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  • Cities across the nation took part in March for Science

    Cities across the nation took part in March for Science

    One example of such a change is the Republican health care bill that failed to pass last month. Many celebrities turned out for the march and also voiced their support for the protest on social media. "It's exciting to see that it moved beyond just the day after the inauguration". Brad Slocum, a materials engineer from Virginia, said he was anxious about funding for research.

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  • After Paris shooting, France looks toward weekend presidential vote

    After Paris shooting, France looks toward weekend presidential vote

    Thursday's attack in Paris came while the country prepared for presidential elections on Sunday. Candidates canceled or rescheduled final campaign events ahead of Sunday's first-round vote in the two-stage election. "This is the moment of paying respect, solidarity and support", said Dennis Jacob of the Alternative Police Union. Le Pen - narrowly trailing frontrunner Emmanuel Macron in opinion polls - said she would take steps to beat "Islamist terrorism" if elected, including introducing ...

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  • White House defends portrayal of 'armada' push towards Korean peninsula

    White House defends portrayal of 'armada' push towards Korean peninsula

    The carrier Carl Vinson is now on its way to the Korean Peninsula as a show of force amid North Korea's recent long range missile tests and reports of planned nuclear weapons tests. The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment. According to the US Navy, a F/A-18E jet based on the US Carl Vinson aircraft carrier crashed near the Philippines, Sputnik reported .

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  • K Chandrasekhar Rao re-elected president of TRS

    K Chandrasekhar Rao re-elected president of TRS

    Other leaders like TRS MP Vinod Kumar also hit out at the opposition parties, for criticising KCR. "During the Telangana movement, he not only envisioned a separate state but also division of the then big districts into smaller ones for administrative convenience", he was quoted as saying.

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