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  • Obama meets with at-risk youth ahead of Chicago speech

    The event in Chicago is billed as a conversation with young leaders on civic engagement. A spokesperson did not say whether Obama plans to address specific current events, but the highly anticipated gathering will provide an opportunity for him to weigh in publicly on his successor's first months in office.

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  • Doblete de Messi al Real Madrid pone líder al Barcelona

    Messi debió retirarse por unos minutos para ser atendido por el cuerpo médico del Barça debido a que estaba sangrando. Los goles sirven para agrandar más si cabe la figura del argentino, que, desde que debutó con el camiseta azulgrana el 16 de octubre de 2004 frente al Espanyol, ha disputado 577 encuentros oficiales , incluido el de este domingo para llegar a su nuevo récord.

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  • Trump Helps Release American Aid Worker Jailed In Egypt

    Trump Helps Release American Aid Worker Jailed In Egypt

    Ms Hijazi, a United States citizen with dual nationality, and her Egyptian husband, Mohamed Hassanein, set up the Belady Foundation in 2013 to aid street children. . She will also be greeted by his daughter, Ivanka, and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, reports the Washington Post , which broke the story. The White House is celebrating the release of an American from an Egyptian prison.

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  • France's Macron looks set for Elysee in runoff with Le Pen

    In Le Pen, Macron has "a very formidable and very unsafe opponent", Irene Finel-Honigman of Columbia University said "She's nearly like a cornered animal, and she'll stop at nothing". Admitting defeat, François Fillon, whose campaign was rocked by corruption allegations, said there was "no other choice" but to vote for Mr Macron.

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  • Francia se va a segunda vuelta

    Francia se va a segunda vuelta

    Una gran cantidad de votantes franceses indecisos contribuía a la incertidumbre. Los cuatro líderes de la campaña ya emitieron sus votos esta mañana, al igual que el mandatario saliente, François Hollande. El contexto de amenaza terrorista, luego de tres días de un atentado en los Campos Elíseos de París , es algo novedoso en la democracia francesa.

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  • Erdogan:

    Erdogan: "Sick Europe" will pay for "humiliating and oppressing" Turks

    Turkey is still technically in a state of emergency following last July's failed military coup, which gave Mr Erdogan the power to bypass parliament in passing the law. The rhetoric of Erdogan, who has described Europe as both a " rotting continent " and the "center of Nazisim", has raised questions over whether the Turkish membership bid saga is crashing to an unhappy end.

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  • Dark clouds after Jakarta vote

    Prosecutors said it was clear Ahok had been "disappointed" that Indonesia's "political elite" had used the Koranic verse Al-Maidah 51 against him, in a bid to persuade voters not to elect a non-Muslim. After an anti-Purnama protest past year turned violent, authorities are taking no chances and over 60,000 security forces had been deployed. Some voters may have been reluctant to vote for Purnama because of worries about "five more years of protests on the streets by Muslim hardliners", ...

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  • Erdogan death penalty vow likely to be tough sell in divided Turkey

    Erdogan death penalty vow likely to be tough sell in divided Turkey

    The opposition has cited several problems with how the vote was conducted. Similar queues are also reported in front of an election board office in Istanbul . "We will invite our founding chairman to our party and we will feel a huge elation to see him among us", he said. Meanwhile, OSCE monitors were seen entering the Supreme Electoral Board headquarters.

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  • President Trump Signs New Executive Order:

    President Trump Signs New Executive Order: "Buy American and Hire American"

    President Donald Trump signed a "Buy American" executive order in Wisconsin on Tuesday. "This will stop", Trump told an enthusiastic audience in Wisconsin before signing the order . The H-1B visa programme allows numerous country's biggest tech firms and other multinationals to bring foreign workers to the United States, but federal bodies will now be instructed to crack down on abuse of the programme.

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  • Berlín desea suerte a Macron para segunda vuelta de presidenciales francesas

    Berlín desea suerte a Macron para segunda vuelta de presidenciales francesas

    Macron consigue más del 23 % en las estimaciones de voto, hechas a partir de las primeras mesas ya escrutadas, que difundieron las televisiones francesas, mientras que Le Pen se sitúa entre el 23 % y el 21 %. A sus 39 años, al frente de un nuevo partido, ¡En Marcha!, Macron ha ganado una apuesta que muchos daban por perdida hasta que despuntó en las encuestas a finales de enero.

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  • Raptors top Bucks in slugfest, tie series

    A Game 4 win in which you re-established yourself as the team to beat has to be a confidence boost. Toronto's star guards produced in the clutch, while the defense threw up roadblocks to a Bucks team that ran all over them on Thursday night.

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  • Hernandez's body brought to Connecticut funeral home

    Some reports suggested Hernandez was upset with Lloyd over an incident that took place at a nightclub, while others suggested Lloyd may have known about Hernandez's alleged role in a 2012 drive-by shooting. The former National Football League star went to such lengths to ensure his suicide that he shoved cardboard in the door of his cell to make it more hard for anyone to enter and covered the floor in shampoo, with the assumption that, were he to have changed his mind, he wouldn't have been ...

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  • Francia va a las urnas para elegir a su presidente

    Francia va a las urnas para elegir a su presidente

    Los encuestadores dormirán hoy tranquilos. Según reveló él mismo, Fillon era uno de los objetivos de los dos supuestos yihadistas que fueron detenidos en Marsella esta semana con planes para ejecutar un atentado "inminente". Marine Flammier , de 25 años, también apostó por Macron pero no sólo porque considera que es el tienen más posibilidades de convertirse en presidente sino porque le gustan sus ideas y su programa.

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  • Lammens cree que la AFA no debe sancionar a Belgrano contra Pérez

    Una nena, de 6 años, escribió una carta para expresar su tristeza y hacer un pedido tras la muerte de Emanuel Balbo, el hincha de Belgrano que fue tirado desde la tribuna durante el clásico cordobés . Empezaron a pegarle y hacerle lo que le hicieron. Por su parte, la fiscal a cargo del caso Liliana Sánchez señaló que la Policía ya detuvo a cinco de los responsables de haber arrojado a Balbo .

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  • Iraq forces make Mosul gains, but anti-IS war far from over

    Iraq forces make Mosul gains, but anti-IS war far from over

    Iraqi government forces recaptured eastern Mosul in January, and started a new offensive in February to retake the west. Their progress has been slow as about 400,000 civilians, or a quarter of Mosul's pre-war population, are trapped in the Old City, according to the United Nations.

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  • ELN confirmó que tenía secuestrado a ciudadano ruso y que se fugó

    ELN confirmó que tenía secuestrado a ciudadano ruso y que se fugó

    Por intermedio del CICR recibimos de la Embajada Rusa en Colombia , la solicitud de liberar al señor Voskanya Arcen Levoni, de nacionalidad Ruso-Armenio. En la imagen, el jefe negociador de la guerrilla del ELN , Pablo Beltrán. El presidente firmó un acuerdo de paz el año pasado con las Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC), grupo que se dispone a dejar las armas y a conformar un partido político con sus alrededor de 7.000 combatientes.

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  • Donald Trump calls Canada 'disgraceful' in row over protectionism

    In a story April 18 about a dispute between the USA and Canada over milk, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Canada has chose to impose import taxes on ultra-filtered milk. The U.S. -Canadian dispute has spread to Minnesota, where officials say 19 dairy farms are affected, according to The Associated Press. Trudeau told Bloomberg that the USA enjoys a trade surplus on dairy with Canada, and that the country "wasn't the challenge" for US dairy farmers.

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  • North Korea tells US to end military hysteria or face 'merciless' retaliation

    North Korea tells US to end military hysteria or face 'merciless' retaliation

    North Korean state television showed Kim, wearing a black suit and white shirt, stepped out of a black limousine and saluted his honor guard before walking down a red carpet. Adding to Chinese unease, US President Donald Trump said on Thursday that "the problem of North Korea " would be " taken care of". The country under his watch has been aggressively pursuing a goal of putting a nuclear warhead on an ICBM capable of reaching the continental United States.

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  • Corea del Norte detiene a ciudadano de Estados Unidos

    La detención fue confirmada por Martina Aberg, jefa de misión adjunta en la Embajada de Suecia en Pyongyang . Corea del Norte advirtió ayer a China de "consecuencias catastróficas" en sus relaciones bilaterales después de que el país vecino y tradicional aliado endureciera sus sanciones contra Pyongyang , aunque sin referirse de forma directa a Pekín .

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  • Euro Gaps Sharply Higher as Le Pen, Macron Advance in French Vote

    Sunday's outcome spells disaster for the two mainstream groupings that have dominated French politics for 60 years, and also reduces the prospect of an anti-establishment shock on the scale of Britain's vote last June to quit the European Union and the election of Donald Trump as US president.

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  • Justice Department Sends Warnings To NYC, Other Sanctuary Cities

    If you don't repudiate the malicious and false statement of your own Justice Department, then have the decency and courage to come to New York City, look our police officers in the eye and tell them they are soft on crime. In a terse statement released earlier Friday, the NYPD chief criticized the Trump administration's "willful disregard for the facts", saying that NY "is experiencing a steady decline in overall crime that includes major reductions in murder and shootings".

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  • European Union divided on Britain's election announcement

    The top-selling Sun newspaper splashed "No, No, No Prime Minister" on its front page while the Daily Telegraph said the prime minister risked a backlash, as the normally supportive newspapers attacked May's early campaign steps. "They are yesterday's rules, set by failed political and corporate elites we should be consigning to the past". While May tries to focus the debate on Brexit, Corbyn vowed to overturn a system he says is "rigged" in favour of the wealthy.

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  • Boston Marathon 2017: How Did Runners From Potomac Do?

    Boston Marathon 2017: How Did Runners From Potomac Do?

    Now 70 years old, Switzer completed the race in about four-and-a-half hours, about 10 minutes slower than her time in 1967. A wounded Army veteran carried his race partner across the finish line at the Boston Marathon on Wednesday while she held an American flag.

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  • Pollsters project Macron vs Le Pen in French runoff

    Marine Le Pen (L), French National Front (FN) political party leader and candidate for French 2017 presidential election, leaves a polling booth as she votes in the first round of 2017 French presidential election at a polling station in Henin-Beaumont, northern France, April 23, 2017.

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  • Unen fuerzas para votar por Emmanuel Macron

    Por su parte, el socioliberal Emmanuel Macron ha sobrepasado a la ultraderechista Marine Le Pen en la primera vuelta de las presidenciales francesas, con el 90 % del voto escrutado. Esto marca la primera vez en la historia moderna de Francia que los candidatos que pasaron a la segunda instancia de comicios no pertenecen a los partidos mayoritarios.

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  • Trump orders review of tax, finance controls

    President Trump said he would release new details about his plan to overhaul the tax code on April 26, a sign that he is accelerating one of his most ambitious campaign promises even though key details remain very closely held. "An executive order that questions this oversight can signal to firms intent on high-risk financial ventures that playtime is back". He said that the economy could grow by an additional $2 trillion over the coming decade.

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  • British PM May refuses to rule out personal tax hikes after election

    Corbyn, whose deeply divided party is languishing behind the Conservatives in opinion polls, accused the government of "broken promises" on health, education and the economy during its seven years in office. The poll also shows support growing for the anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats, who are up four points on 11%, and a dramatic fall in backing for Ukip, which is down five points to 9%, from 14% the week before.

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  • Macron sobrepasa a Le Pen con el 80 % del voto escrutado

    Con casi el 50 por ciento del escrutinio, la ultraderechista Marine Le Pen, con el 24.3 por ciento, y el socioliberal Emmanuel Macron , con el 22.2 por ciento, encabezan las elecciones , informó a Efe el Ministerio de Interior. Según la encuesta, Le Pen , de 48 años, se quedaría muy lejos de Macron , de 39, con el 38 % de los sufragios . De ganar Le Pen dentro de dos semanas sería la tercera gran victoria de una agrupación populista de derechas después de la de Donald Trump en ...

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  • UC Berkeley reverses decision to cancel Ann Coulter event on campus

    In canceling Coulter's speech on Wednesday, UC Berkeley cited violence that broke out at the campus in February, hours before right-wing media personality Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak there. "This is about Berkeley's persistent refusal to honor the constitution when it comes to conservative speech on campus", she said. In the same letter , administrators reportedly told the student group it was "not possible to assure that the event could be held successfully - or that the ...

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