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  • El asesinato de otro periodista indigna a México

    El asesinato de otro periodista indigna a México

    Valdez, de 50 años y padre de familia, dedicó gran parte de sus casi tres décadas de carrera a investigar las actividades de los cárteles, en especial del de su estado liderado hasta hace poco por el sanguinario Joaquín " El Chapo " Guzman.

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  • La Casa Blanca desmiente que Trump revelase información secreta a Rusia

    La Casa Blanca enfatizó en que Trump no discutió ni fuentes ni métodos específicos de inteligencia, en vez de especificar si acaso desclasificó información proveniente de fuentes sensibles. R. McMaster , "el presidente y el ministro del exterior revisaron amenazas comunes de organizaciones terroristas que incluyen amenazas a la aviación".

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  • Merkel's opposition in "shock" after third German state election loss

    I hail from the state where we just suffered a crushing election defeat", Schulz stated. "We will sharpen our profile further - we have to as well. We have to as well". The SPD had already suffered two setbacks since Schulz took over, with the CDU scoring strong victories in the small states of Saarland and Schleswig-Holstein.

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  • Mireles podrá enfrentar proceso en libertad: juez

    Apenas ayer, líderes de Movimiento Ciudadano (MC), familiares y los abogados de José Manuel Mireles , presentaron denuncia penal ante la Procuraduría General de la República (PGR) contra el Juez Quinto de Distrito , Rubén Olvera Arreola, por delitos en contra de administración de justicia.

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  • How moving embassy to Jerusalem would affect peace process

    Israel has held West Jerusalem since the 1948 Arab-Israeli War, but the United Nations unanimously opposed its annexation of East Jerusalem during the 1967 Third Arab-Israeli War and its control of that portion of the city is almost universally regarded as illegal by the worldwide community.

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  • Putin says Russia sees no need to arm Syrian Kurds

    Putin says Russia sees no need to arm Syrian Kurds

    Turkey has long insisted that US arms were already going directly to the Syrian Kurdish group. They will also likely focus on a Turkish request for the extradition of a USA -based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen whom Turkey blames for last summer's failed coup.

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  • Pokemon Go's Next Event Announced, Get All The Details Here

    Pokemon Go's Next Event Announced, Get All The Details Here

    The Adventure Week event ends May 25 at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET. Aerodactyl isn't the only rare Pokemon that will be appearing more often starting this Friday. Beginning on May 18, trainers find a new explorer's hat in the clothing collection. To encourage you back out onto the streets, with Pokemon Go running on a smartphone, Niantic and the Pokemon Company are holding a special week of rock.

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  • Nintendo is holding an Arms centered Direct tomorrow

    Nintendo is holding an Arms centered Direct tomorrow

    There's no word on just what we'll see yet, but given past Nintendo Directs there's sure to be plenty of information shared. As was announced this morning, they're getting ready to delve deeper into the Nintendo Switch's first major new in-house IP.

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  • "La provincia de Santa Cruz está quebrada" — Gobierno

    En Santa Cruz apareció una grabación en la cual una mujer convoca a una propuesta contra Mauricio Macri a organizarse para presionar con notas, documentos y declaraciones a los funcionarios nacionales que llegarán a esa capital para estudiar ayudas financieras.

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  • Rechazamos acciones

    Rechazamos acciones "fascistas" de los dirigentes de la oposición — Héctor Rodríguez

    Asimismo, el vicepresidente del partido reiteró que las acciones violentas ocurridas en los últimos días, fueron impulsadas por sectores de "derecha extrema, que sólo quieren el poder y no ayudar al pueblo en sus necesidades". Actuarían como actuaron en el 2002. Rodríguez aseguró que la actitud de la CEV no lleva al diálogo ni a la estabilidad del país e insistió al llamado de sentarse a dialogar con la Comisión Presidencial para la Constituyente "para que sean la voz de todos los cristianos".

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  • Cop shot in upstate NY, suspect barricaded in home

    Cop shot in upstate NY, suspect barricaded in home

    Authorities say troopers and a police negotiator are on scene. Chopper 4 showed an extensive emergency presence, with more than a dozen law enforcement and emergency vehicles swarming the streets. Chief Arnold "Butch" Amthor was taken to St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital in Newburgh for treatment and was "expected to make a full recovery", Orange County Executive Steven Neuhaus said in a prepared statement.

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  • Ex-French PM Valls Wants to Be Majority Candidate at Legislative Election

    Ex-French PM Valls Wants to Be Majority Candidate at Legislative Election

    Macron won 66% of the vote in Sunday's presidential run-off against the far right's Marine Le Pen , the biggest win by a French president since Jacques Chirac's victory over Le Pen's father Jean-Marie in 2002. And the outcome of that election could dramatically affect how Macron governs the country. The clear bias in favour of Macron in the markets over the far-right candidate Le Pen rests on a number of factors, above all related to his views on Europe.

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  • James Clapper on collusion between Russia, Trump aides: There could be evidence

    James Clapper on collusion between Russia, Trump aides: There could be evidence

    Trump's comments to NBC raised questions about whether he had acted inappropriately and whether Comey had broken government guidelines in assuring him he was not under investigation. The initial explanation offered by top Justice Department officials (that Trump was unhappy with Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton investigation) has more or less been exposed as a pretext-even by the president himself.

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  • Donald Trump forbids James Comey from leaking to media in veiled tweet

    Comey could testify during an investigation into the Trump campaign's ties to Russian Federation, meaning the president's tweet could be seen as witness intimidation . "Another president, I won't use names, but another president doesn't doing what I'm doing". Trump fired James Comey from the position on Tuesday. The career prosecutor was appointed by Trump in January and only confirmed by the Senate in late April.

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  • North Korea takes leap with missile test

    North Korea takes leap with missile test

    The rocket, "newly designed in a Korean-style", flew 787 kilometers (490 miles) and reached a maximum altitude of 2,111 kilometers (1,310 miles), the North said, and "verified the homing feature of the warhead under the worst re-entry situation and accurate performance of detonation system".

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  • EL TELÉGRAFO (Guayaquil) Presidente recibirá nueva distinción en Argentina

    EL TELÉGRAFO (Guayaquil) Presidente recibirá nueva distinción en Argentina

    La distinción, prevista para ser entregada mañana, la recibirá a poco días de la concedida por la Universidad de la Habana, una de las más prestigiosas en América Latina, durante un viaje que realizó a Cuba del 3 al 5 de mayo último. La UNQ resalta además el compromiso político del líder ecuatoriano, evidenciado en las políticas de desarrollo impulsadas desde la Presidencia de la República y que generaron reconocidos avances en términos de crecimiento económico acompañado de una sostenida ...

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  • Trump Admits Sharing Terrorism Intel With Russia: 'I Have the Absolute Right'

    According to the US official, Trump shared details with top Russian officials about an Islamic State terror threat related to the use of laptop computers on aircraft. The revelations are the latest in a wave of crises to hit the White House, which late Monday was in a state of shock, with aides frantically trying to put out the fire and determine the source of such damaging leaks.

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  • France's Macron names center-right figure as PM

    A large group of onlookers, some carrying European flags, stood outside the chancellery as Mr Macron arrived. "Germany will only do well in the long-term if Europe does well and Europe will only do well if there is a strong France", Merkel told a joint news conference with Macron, adding their governments would hold a meeting on key issues in July.

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  • Vielma Mora denunció que fueron atacados puestos policiales en el Táchira

    Vielma Mora denunció que fueron atacados puestos policiales en el Táchira

    Además, al menos 40 personas quemaron la sede de la Policía del estado Táchira ubicada en Propatria, en donde no habían efectivos al momento del hecho. El gobernador destacó que luego de la visita de los diputados de la Mesa de la Unidad Democrática (MUD), como Juan Requesens, Leidys Gómez, y Gaby Arellano al Táchira se han desatado los demonios para crear conmoción regional .

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  • Vinculan ciberataque global a Corea del Norte

    Vinculan ciberataque global a Corea del Norte

    Han reconocido los posibles vínculos de la organización con el ataque pero cree que "se necesitan más datos sobre las versiones antiguas de WannaCry" para saber la vinculación real de la misma. El ataque masivo afectó a más de 200 mil computadoras en 150 países y los daños más grandes fueron sistema sanitario británico y el sistema bancario ruso, el virus se trataba de bloquear y apoderarse de información de los ordenadores y solicitaba un pago de 275 euros para dejar el control de la ...

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  • Ransomware attack: Who's been hit

    The Japan Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center, a nonprofit providing support for computer attacks, said 2,000 computers at 600 locations in Japan were reported affected so far. A source familiar with the matter said equities meetings still take place but less frequently than they did under the Obama administration. "The WannaCrypt exploits used in the attack were drawn from the exploits stolen from the National Security Agency, or NSA, in the United States", Brad Smith, ...

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  • New South Korean leader to go to White House summit in June

    South Korea's new President Moon Jae-In backs engagement with nuclear-armed North Korea to try to reduce tensions, while Trump's USA administration has said military action was an option under consideration. To facilitate preparations for the summit, Moon plans to dispatch Hong Seok-hyun, former chairman of daily newspaper JoongAng Ilbo and cable TV network JTBC who also served as ambassador to the USA, as his special envoy as early as this week, Yoon said.

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  • Trump shared classified information with Russians: Senior US officials

    Trump shared classified information with Russians: Senior US officials

    And the President did not disclose any military operations that were not already publicly known. "During that exchange the nature of specific threats were discussed, but they did not discuss sources, methods or military operations", Tillerson, who was in the meeting, said in a statement provided by White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

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  • The four people being interviewed on Saturday — FBI director job

    QUESTION: Does he think it's appropriate to threaten someone like Mr. Comey? Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe also interviewed for the permanent post despite his repeated willingness to break from White House explanations of Comey's ouster and its characterizations of the Russian Federation investigation .

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  • US should not stockpile cyber weapons

    US should not stockpile cyber weapons

    It was originally developed by the NSA and used as a backdoor into systems. Most stations had recovered. It is now being said that about 45,000 attacks by the ransomware, which exploits a vulnerability in the Windows operating system to spread across networks on its own, have been recorded.

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  • North Korea missile programme progressing faster than expected, says South

    North Korea missile programme progressing faster than expected, says South

    Kim Do-hoon, 31, said that South Korea, while keeping the "door open for conversation" with the North, should also "show a stern attitude at some level". Aside from Pyongyang's space launches, Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in the USA told AFP: "This is the longest-range missile North Korea has ever tested".

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  • Vidal anunció un plan de 80 obras viales por $ 16.000 millones

    Vidal anunció un plan de 80 obras viales por $ 16.000 millones

    La gobernadora María Eugenia Vidal anunció este martes un plan de 80 obras viales para reparar rutas y puentes durante un acto que encabezó en el distrito bonaerense de Ramallo, en el que se aseguró que las obras lanzadas contemplan un gasto cercano a los 10.000 millones de pesos.

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  • President Trump, please don't fire Sean Spicer

    Trump's comments appear to confirm multiple reports that his administration had been shocked at the widespread outrage over Comey's firing. But Trump was in his later 20s at the time and surely recalls the traumatic events that ruined a president who had been reelected in a 49-state landslide.

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  • Trump shared secret info about Islamic State with Russians

    At the very least, Monday's bombshell will renew intense curiosity about why Trump, unlike nearly everyone else in Washington , does not seem to be as wary of Russian Federation and its motives. It potentially damages trust that's critical in these kinds of arrangements. "I don't think that it would be that hard (for Russian spy services) to figure this out".

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