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  • Kim Jong-un: ¿Cuál fue para él

    Kim Jong-un: ¿Cuál fue para él "la más deliciosa batalla"?

    De esta forma, el Ministerio de Seguridad del Estado norcoreano ha señalado que un grupo de terroristas apoyado por la CIA y la agencia de inteligencia de Seúl se infiltraron en Corea del Norte para organizar un ataque terrorista contra el líder norcoreano usando una sustancia bioquímica .

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  • Windows users urged to update their system as Wannacry virus continues

    An unprecedented "ransomware" cyberattack that has already hit tens of thousands of victims in 150 countries could wreak even more havoc today as people return to their desks and power up their computers at the start of the work week. "No confirmation of attack origin yet but a lot of people are saying spam", MalwareTech explained, whose domain purchase provided him the identifying metadata of the affected computers.

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  • Cinco De Mayo Celebrations in the Hub City

    Cinco De Mayo Celebrations in the Hub City

    Today, in the United States, Cinco de Mayo is observed annually on May 5 as a celebration of Mexican heritage and pride. The clash, which took place during the French-Mexican war, featured a vastly outnumbered Mexican army and their unlikely victory over Napoleon III's troops.

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  • Targeting core Labour voters, UK's May promises more workers' rights

    The workers' rights package would also commit May and the Tories to putting workers' representatives on the boards of companies, as well as protecting workers. The Conservative manifesto will include a pledge to keep European Union workers' rights in place after Brexit , it has been
confirmed. Yet on 24 April 2013 the Prime Minister voted to impose employment tribunal fees meaning that workers had to pay astronomical fees to go to tribunal and protest unfair dismissal.

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  • Trump Shoots Down Independent Russia Investigation: 'I Don't Think You Need It'

    Trump's claim that it is for the sake of "accuracy", is simply a convenient misdirection. Other reports point out that the American president is also mulling expanding the White House communications team and is looking at hiring producers from Fox News, a right-wing news network known for its subjective reporting on issues favored by the Republican Party.

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  • Jeremy Corbyn vows NHS 'for the many' with package of health reforms

    The NHS is facing one of its toughest-ever financial challenges as it struggles with a growing and ageing population, and there have been warnings about a looming funding gap in years to come. Labour has promised to pump £37bn into the NHS over the next five years if they win power, by levying taxes on higher earners. During a Holyrood debate on the clause last month, Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale read out a letter from a woman who had a child following rape and said she might have ...

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  • North Korea vows missile tests 'any time, any place', defying USA warnings

    When it comes to North Korea's rapidly accelerating nuclear missile program, the US would like other countries to step up to the plate more. The U.N. After North Korea's latest missile test , the White House released a statement highlighting how close the missile came to Russian soil - and noting "the President can not imagine that Russia is pleased".

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  • Cómo será la agenda de hoy de Mauricio Macri en China

    Cómo será la agenda de hoy de Mauricio Macri en China

    A las 20, el Presidente Macri y la Primera Dama asistirán a una gala cultural en la Opera House . Ahí se destacan posibles inversiones energéticas, la recuperación del tren San Martín, la puesta en marcha de un protocolo de seguridad alimenticio -una especie de Senasa chino en nuestro país para agilizar los trámites- y el compromiso de abrir el mercado a las carnes enfriadas, uvas, arándanos, miel y arvejas.

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  • Jordan's king, Trump to speak later Tuesday

    Jordan's king, Trump to speak later Tuesday

    As The New York Timesreports, sharing this information isn't illegal but could hurt Washington's relationship with its ally. Two other senior officials who were present, including the Secretary of State, remembered the meeting the same way and said so.

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  • N Korea claims its recently tested missile can carry large nuclear warhead

    The summit, in Sicily, is May 26-27. North Korean propaganda must be considered with wariness - Pyongyang has threatened for decades to reduce Seoul to a "sea of fire", for instance - but Monday's claim, if confirmed, would mark another big advance toward the North's goal of fielding a nuclear-tipped missile capable of reaching the USA mainland.

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  • Trump revealed intelligence secrets to Russians in Oval Office

    The FBI concluded that no criminal charges against Clinton were warranted, but Comey said she and her colleagues had been "careless" with classified information. official familiar with the matter told the paper, using a phrase referring to one of the highest levels of classification that America's spy agencies use.

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  • Trump asked to turn over any Comey tapes

    Trump briefly addressed journalists before flying to Lynchburg, Virginia, where he delivered a commencement speech at Liberty University. Among those also expected to be coming were acting Federal Bureau of Investigation director Andrew McCabe, Michael J.

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  • Apple Hires 200 PhDs to Pioneer Health Innovations in New Watch

    Apple Hires 200 PhDs to Pioneer Health Innovations in New Watch

    Steve Kovach/Tech InsiderAn upcoming version of the Apple Watch may have the ability to monitor a person's glucose levels. The site also pointed out that Samsung's biggest rival has even hired around "200 PhDs in the past year" at a time when the company started to become very keen on innovating the health-monitoring capability of the Apple Watch.

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  • 'Everybody' has better healthcare than U.S.

    'Everybody' has better healthcare than U.S.

    On May 4, Trump sat down with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull aboard the US aircraft carrier Intrepid in Manhattan, New York. "It's going to be fantastic health care", CNN quoted Trump as saying during a press conference with Turnbull on Thursday, referring to his new healthcare plan.

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  • Secret peacemaker Brendan Duddy 'should have received Nobel Prize'

    Secret peacemaker Brendan Duddy 'should have received Nobel Prize'

    He acted as an intermediary between the IRA and the British government and held talks between Mi6 and the IRA leadership in his home in Derry. Following the end of The Troubles, Mr Duddy served as a member of the Northern Ireland Policing Board and helped broker negotiations related to the marching season.

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  • Installing Updates Can Stop Cyberattack — Microsoft Ransomware Patch

    The worm took advantage of vulernabilities in Microsoft's Windows operating system. According to global cyber security firms, paying heed to updates can only save your data from being put to ransom. Auto manufacturer Renault was another high-profile victim of the cyberattack which affected factories at sites in France, Romania and the UK. The cyberattack that took computer files hostage around the world appeared to slow on Monday as authorities worked to catch the extortionists behind ...

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  • Trump vows to broker Israeli-Palestinian peace, offers no new policies

    There have been no serious negotiations on terms for a Palestinian state alongside Israel since gaps widened with the 2009 election of Benjamin Netanyahu as Israel's prime minister. The tweet was posted as Abbas was meeting with Tillerson at the hotel where the Palestinian delegation is staying in downtown Washington . "I want the one that both parties want", Trump said.

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  • North Korea 'Step' Closer to Striking the Continental US

    The council expressed its "utmost concern" over North Korea's " highly destabilizing behavior and flagrant and provocative defiance of the Security Council". But he added: "We must stop intimidating North Korea and find a peaceful solution to this problem". If North Koreans had fired the missile at a lower angle, rather than "almost straight up, ...

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  • The Public Pulse: Don Bacon's attack on our health care

    But don't count on them seeking any aid from across the aisle. A bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act has been "leveraged. into reform of the entire Medicaid program", said Greg Moody of the Office of Health Transformation in OH, run by the state's Republican governor, John R.

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  • Iran's former President Khatami urges reformists to back Rouhani

    Iran's former President Khatami urges reformists to back Rouhani

    Speaking at a gathering in the mainly Kurdish populated city of Urmia in northwest of Iran, Raisi said he saw no differences between the country's diverse peoples and faiths. NCRI users uploaded videos that allegedly show Iranians k holding signs against elections, or against Rouhani, or Raisi in public places in Tehran and Ara.

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  • Apple rolls out iOS 10.3.2 and macOS Sierra 10.12.5 updates

    Apple rolls out iOS 10.3.2 and macOS Sierra 10.12.5 updates

    While there were no additions, bug fixes and changes discovered during the beta testing of macOS Sierra 10.12.5, the final version came with bug fixes and enhancements, as pointed out by MacRumors . For instance, the update fixes reported audio issues for those with USB headphones, and vaguely increases Mac App Store compatibility with "future software updates".

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  • No Clear Path for Trump Amid Fallout Over Comey

    Trump's threat about tapes has intensified calls from Democrats for an independent probe of alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 USA election. When Trump did tell his staffers of Comey's firing, the news leaked to the press before Trump's letter firing Comey could arrive at the FBI's Washington, D.C.

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  • Trump Sends Chilling Twitter Warning to Comey

    Comey, who was already at the center of the FBI investigation into Russia's election interference, could now be the one man in the country who can testify to Trump's possible obstruction of a federal investigation. He also said Comey is "a showboat". In a pair of earlier posts to Twitter, Trump wrote that "the Fake Media is working overtime today!" and reiterated a point he has made regularly, both online and in media interviews, that "again, the story that there was collusion between the ...

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  • RPDC confirma lanzamiento de misil balístico

    La propaganda norcoreana debe ser considerada con cautela, pero de confirmarse, lo aseverado marca otro gran avance en el plan norcoreano de contar con un misil con ojiva nuclear capaz de llegar a la parte continental de Estados Unidos .

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