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  • La próxima semana Trump podría tener director del FBI

    La próxima semana Trump podría tener director del FBI

    La advertencia pareció sugerir que el Gobierno podría mostrar grabaciones de las conversaciones entre Comey y Trump para refutar la versión de los hechos que pueda dar el extitular del FBI , pero no quedó claro si los registros existen. Dijo que no estoy bajo investigación”, señaló Trump en una entrevista el jueves con NBC News. El exdirector de comunicaciones de la Casa Blanca , Jen Psaki, dijo que los eventos de la semana plantearon dudas acerca de si los portavoces de Trump ...

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  • Otro hombre murió durante jornada de protestas en Venezuela

    Otro hombre murió durante jornada de protestas en Venezuela

    Por su parte, el gobernador de Miranda , el opositor Henrique Capriles informó previamente de que Arellano había sido " herido de bala" y trasladado a la Policlínica Parque El Retiro, lugar en el que murió durante la intervención quirúrgica, según dijo luego la Fiscalía.

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  • Macron gana el debate electoral francés a Le Pen — Sondeo

    Macron gana el debate electoral francés a Le Pen — Sondeo

    Esta visita es una de las últimas en la agenda de la aspirante anti inmigración antes de que los franceses acudan a las urnas para la segunda vuelta de las presidenciales, el domingo. La candidata del Frente Nacional se reunió ayer con sus simpatizantes en Ennemain (norte de Francia ), donde se presentó una vez más como la representante del pueblo.

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  • Maduro hace oficial su convocatoria para una Asamblea Constituyente

    Maduro hace oficial su convocatoria para una Asamblea Constituyente

    Maduro ha informado que el proceso constituyente venezolano se realizará mediante voto "secreto, directo y, una votación que concretaría en las próximas semanas". Con la Constituyente vamos a establecer el nuevo sistema económico de la Venezuela Potencia, declaró durante una alocución en la Plaza Caracas , donde se congregaron miles de ciudadanos para respaldar la iniciativa del mandatario.

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  • Major Cyber Attack With Stolen NSA Tools Hits Systems Worldwide

    Major Cyber Attack With Stolen NSA Tools Hits Systems Worldwide

    A computer screen shows an error message after Britain's National Health Service was hacked. Just one person in an organization who clicked on an infected attachment or bad link, would lead to all computers in a network becoming infected, said Vikram Thakur, technical director of Symantec Security Response.

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  • Let all-party panel check EVMs, AAP tells poll panel

    His deputy Manish Sisodia, who attended the EC's all-party meeting on Friday, said that the poll panel now plans to only conduct a challenge to prove that EVMs used during the recent polls were rigged. VVPAT-equipped EVMs dispense paper slips which help voters confirm that their vote has indeed gone to the candidate of their choice. These parties allege that people's faith in the EVMs has eroded.

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  • Microsoft lanza parche de seguridad para plataformas antiguas

    El ataque informático del viernes afectó a computadoras en al menos 150 países y sorprendió al mundo. ¿Qué ha ocurrido? De Rusia a España y de México a Vietnam decenas de miles de ordenadores fueron blanco de un programa de rescate (ransomware) aprovechando una falla en el sistema operativo Windows XP de Microsoft; una antigua versión que ya no tenía soporte técnico del gigante estadounidense.

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  • The shifting explanations of Trump's Russian Federation disclosures

    The shifting explanations of Trump's Russian Federation disclosures

    National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster speaks during a briefing at the White House in Washington , Tuesday, May 16, 2017 . Congressional investigators are expected to seek copies of any notes taken during the meeting, a congressional source said .While not unprecedented, it is a rare privilege for a foreign minister to be granted bilateral talks in the Oval Office with a US president.

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  • Buy two Amazon Echo Show's, Save $100 w/ Code

    Buy two Amazon Echo Show's, Save $100 w/ Code

    The Amazon Echo Show will start shipping from June 28 , but can already be pre-order in the US. Over the past few days, leaks surrounding a new Amazon Echo device had been making rounds on the internet. The catch is that you need people to own an Echo device or have the Alexa app installed on their phones. While Amazon is yet to officially unveil the Echo Show , a report from the Wall Street Journal indicates that it could launch later on Tuesday.

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  • Gobierno de Guerrero afirma que retomó el control de Tierra Caliente

    Gobierno de Guerrero afirma que retomó el control de Tierra Caliente

    Un grupo de más de cien periodistas de Guerrero exigieron al gobierno de Peña garantías para desarrollar su trabajo. . "Vamos a tratar de atender (a los comerciantes) como la situación de seguridad por las fuerza armadas y gobierno del estado y eso esperemos que pueda regresar la tranquilidad a la Tierra Caliente".

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  • Donald Trump defends sharing 'facts' with Russian Federation

    Donald Trump defends sharing 'facts' with Russian Federation

    He also said he wanted to provide Russian Federation with "facts pertaining to terrorism and airline flight safety". He notes that as president, he has an "absolute right" to do this. And Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse called on Trump to remember that Russian Federation is not an American ally. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova wrote on her Facebook page.

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  • Just 29% of Americans approve of Trump's decision to fire Comey

    When asked about the possibility of Trump obstructing justice, Schiff questioned whether someone can prove obstruction based on the president's own words, "when when we don't know whether we can believe this president". There is one thing that Republicans and Democrats do seem to agree on and that's support for an independent commission or special prosecutor to investigate Russia's involvement in the election.

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  • UN Security Council slams latest ballistic missile launches

    UN Security Council slams latest ballistic missile launches

    The country launched a new type of missile into the sea of Japan earlier this week, and South Korean Defence Minister Han Min-koo told Parliament the test was "successful in flight". The North's KCNA news agency said Sunday's launch tested its capability to carry a "large-size heavy nuclear warhead". Pyongyang has since threatened a sixth.

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  • Crews find girl missing in waters of Lake Michigan

    Crews find girl missing in waters of Lake Michigan

    The TV station reported the child had been swimming off a small beach near the city's north border when she appeared to have trouble in the water. He said kids often swim in the area, in which the water is about 10 feet deep. She was taken to a hospital in Evanston, where she was pronounced dead. A helicopter dive team did a quick search, followed by four other dive teams from the police marine unit and the Chicago Fire Department, Dorneker said.

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  • India's myopic view led to summit boycott, Chinese state media

    She added India is always welcome to join the BRI but it depends on the country's attitude towards the mega-connectivity project. He added that the initiative would open up Rwanda to the world more than ever before. The Belt and Road initiative will be a fundamental component of driving economic integration and ITC will be a strong partner in supporting trade facilitation reforms, sustainable value chains and good regulatory frameworks'.

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  • Trump 'didn't cause lapse' in security

    Trump 'didn't cause lapse' in security

    The nation's top law enforcement agency joined a list of entities that Trump has targeted, including federal judges, US spy services, news organizations and military alliances. "And by Tuesday morning, Trump was justifying his actions, writing on Twitter that he had an "absolute right" to share the information about "terrorism and airline flight safety" with Russian Federation".

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  • Afghan leader killed in raid

    A radio station airing propaganda in the favor of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group was destroyed during an operation in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan, reported Khaama Press . U.S. and Afghan special forces, backed by drone strikes and other air support, have waged a series of operations against IS-K this year. At least 29 other militants were killed during an airstrike carried out in the vicinity of Mamand Dara area of Achin district, the statement said.

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  • South Korea Spits in the Face of North Korea's New President

    He said the countries will prepare for the summit so that it "serves as an opportunity for both leaders to develop their personal bond and friendship". "If I charge towards the South Korean president, will this bodyguard tackle me?" wrote one Twitter user named Laura, in a slightly alarming post which echoes the obsessive messages online about South Korea's beloved K-Pop boy bands.

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  • China's Xi discusses nuclear issue with new S.Korean president

    China's Xi discusses nuclear issue with new S.Korean president

    The 64-year-old Democratic Party member is a former human rights lawyer and the son of North Korean immigrants, who fled to the South during the civil war in the 1950s. He also said he was prepared to go to Pyongyang "if the conditions are right". The Prime Minister called Moon Jae-in to congratulate him on his election victory and to discuss the crisis around North Korea's nuclear weapons test programme.

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  • Awada con la Primera Dama china Peng Liyuan

    Awada con la Primera Dama china Peng Liyuan

    Según trascendió, las primeras damas posaron para una foto y luego se dirigieron hacia el Museo del Palacio Tahié , donde recorrieron la exhibición de reliquias que allí se conservan. Es considerada la mayor ciudad imperial y la mejor conservada de las que existen en China . Desde 1925 se encuentra bajo control del Museo del Palacio, donde se puede ver una extensa colección de obras de arte y objetos que pertenecieron a las colecciones imperiales de las dinastías Ming y Qing.

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  • Montana Democrat Hits Opponent For Health Care Flip-Flop In New Ad

    Montana Democrat Hits Opponent For Health Care Flip-Flop In New Ad

    Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersSanders to campaign with Montana Dem in special election Aetna CEO called for "debate" about single-payer healthcare: report Pence campaigns for Montana special election candidate MORE (I-Vt.) is slated to campaign with Democrat Rob Quist in the days leading up to the nationally watched Montana special election for the state's lone House seat.

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  • GOP health care plan would hurt sick people

    The bill passed by the House today would, if approved by the Senate, allow states to repeal these requirements. U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) joined the entire democratic caucus in a letter to Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch and Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee Chairman Lamar Alexander, urging them to work in a bipartisan transparent way to reform and improve the health care system.

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  • Russia dismisses explosive report about Trump sharing intel

    Russia dismisses explosive report about Trump sharing intel

    Media captionWhy did Trump give information to the Russians? Yet he could not say why, after the conversation with the Russians, Tom Bossert, a high-ranking homeland security adviser in the White House, reportedly sought to alert the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency.

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