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  • Trump congratulates Turkey's Erdogan on referendum win

    But it has been particularly outraged by an electoral board decision, announced as the polls closed Sunday, to accept ballots that didn't bear the official stamps used to verify they are genuine, as required by Turkish law. "But", he cautioned, "my hope would be that there is a second phone call, one that doesn't require a lot of public airing, where he's unambiguous as the President of the United States on his concerns over human rights, on freedom of the press, on the rights of women, on ...

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  • Estados Unidos asegura que Maduro está violando la Constitución

    Al promediar la tarde del miércoles ya se registraban dos muertos en incidentes en Venezuela. "Estamos preocupados porque el Gobierno de Maduro está violando su propia Constitución y no está permitiendo que las voces de la oposición sean escuchadas", dijo Tillerson , al ser preguntado por la prensa en el Departamento de Estado.

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  • Visa Policy Changes: India In Touch With US, Australia

    The government announced yesterday it would replace the 457 temporary visa class with a new Temporary Skill Shortage (TSS) visa, which would be available for a smaller range of roles and have additional conditions attached to it. "I'm all for giving Aussies jobs, don't worry about that, but there are just none". "The 457 visa is abolished". Hairdressers aren't at risk of being removed from the list of jobs that skilled migrants can take, but plenty of positions that employers reckon they ...

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  • Pence assures Japan: America is with you '100 percent'

    The move will not only demonstrate a show of U.S. force but also bring substantial military assets and power-projection ability closer to North Korean shores; F-18 Super Hornet attack fighters can launch from a carrier deck and destroy land targets from hundreds of miles off the coast.

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  • Canada's GDP is looking up, 1.9% or 2.6% depending on who's counting

    The IMF left its USA forecast unchanged for 2017 and 2018, at 2.3% and 2.5%, respectively, after raising its projections in January on Trump's plan to cut taxes and boost infrastructure spending. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned on Wednesday that US President Donald Trump's proposed tax cuts and roll-back of financial regulations could spark a new round of financial risk-taking of the type that preceded the last crisis in 2008.

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  • Facebook 'has a lot of work to do' admits Mark Zuckerberg

    Facebook 'has a lot of work to do' admits Mark Zuckerberg

    In Zuckerberg's vision, when you hold your smartphone up in the real world with Facebook's camera on, objects that your friends intentionally placed will appear. What it does, is that it allows literally anyone - me, you, literally anyone - to turn into a frame creator, or a creator of frames for Facebook pictures, to put things differently.

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  • United Kingdom Will Hold an Early Election in June

    In Bolton, Mrs May said the country now has a "unity of purpose" and a desire for the Government to "get on" with implementing Brexit and "making a success of it". Brok said that could help "so that we can conduct the negotiations professionally in the next 1 1/2 years to reach a sensible result that reduces the damage".

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  • Trevor Noah: Trump and Alex Jones Are 'Basically Doing the Same Thing'

    Trevor Noah: Trump and Alex Jones Are 'Basically Doing the Same Thing'

    Trump may be a performance artist, too - a theory he illustrates hilariously. "They're basically doing the same thing". Jones and InfoWars have steadfastly supported Trump's candidacy since then. "They're just the worst, they really are, just the worst". He has told his listeners that the fatal shooting of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, was a hoax to drum up support for gun control legislation.

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  • French Socialist candidate holding Paris rally

    French Socialist candidate holding Paris rally

    Yet both front runners have been slipping in the past two weeks, and Republican Francois Fillon and Communist-backed Jean-Luc Melenchon are now within striking distance. The plot was foiled just days before the first round of voting in the French presidential election, where security has taken centre stage following the murder of nearly 240 people in two years of terror attacks.

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  • Theresa May criticised for ruling out live TV debates

    During PMQs, the SNP's leader in the Commons, Angus Robertson, asked: "If the Prime Minister is so confident of her hard-Brexit, pro-austerity, anti-immigration case, why won't she debate opposition leaders?" "She did an interview with Robert Peston earlier this year and she did..." John McDonnell told Sky News that live debates during the Labour leadership contest had helped transform Mr Corbyn into "a candidate who could win" - and suggested Mrs May was anxious about history repeating ...

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Facial Recognition Security Cracked with Just a Photo

    Samsung Galaxy S8 Facial Recognition Security Cracked with Just a Photo

    Neither of the two has been made available on the market, so the Galaxy S8 will be the first to include them. For instance, both the S8 flagships now have curved displays. Both variants have the same resolution, 2960 x 1440. LG Electronics Inc., a major home appliance and smartphone maker, said Sunday that it has launched 25,000 hands-on events across the United States to promote its latest G6 flagship smartphone.

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  • 68 de los muertos eran niños — Atentado en Siria

    68 de los muertos eran niños — Atentado en Siria

    Este atentado coincide con una nueva jornada de evacuaciones de combatientes y civiles de varias poblaciones sitiadas del país, tras acuerdos entre los aliados del Gobierno de Damasco y grupos rebeldes e islámicos. Unas horas después del ataque, los convoyes de personas evacuadas retomaron el rumbo para llegar a su destino final. Esos pueblos están siendo asediados por el Ejército sirio , informó la agencia de noticias DPA.

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  • Venezuela: hay una segunda víctima en las manifestaciones

    En el marco de las movilizaciones registradas en San Cristóbal , capital del estado Táchira , fue asesinada la joven de 23 años , Paola Andreína Ramírez Gómez . El Cuerpo de Investigaciones Científicas Penales y Criminalísticas llegó al lugar para comenzar a evaluar la escena y realizar el levantamiento del cuerpo.

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  • Ted Cruz wants to blame Democrats for a government shutdown in 2017

    Ted Cruz wants to blame Democrats for a government shutdown in 2017

    Cruz is polling within the margin of error against the two lesser-known Democrats, and 37 percent of Texans said they hadn't thought about the race yet. "If we deliver on all this, it doesn't matter who they nominate - we win". The government could potentially shut down if Congress doesn't approve a spending plan.

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  • Haley: No Political Solution until Assad Is Out

    Haley: No Political Solution until Assad Is Out

    They're saying by covering for Assad that they knew that it was there, or they were incompetent by having chemical weapons there in the first place. "We condemn the USA missile attacks on Syria and consider it a clear violation of a country's sovereignty".

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  • USA 'ready to help bring' Syria conflict to end: Haley

    Current state of relations 'is at a low point, ' says USA secretary of state. Tillerson insisting - Syrian leader Bashar Al- Assad's days are numbered. Russian Federation said the US, UK and France, who backed the resolution, rushed to judgment. They have said the attack which killed more than 80 people was either a rebel provocation or the result of Syrian planes hitting a rebel weapons factory.

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  • Fresno shooting: three killed by gunman in central California

    Fresno shooting: three killed by gunman in central California

    A man identified as Kori Ali Muhammad was on Tuesday arrested by police officers in California in the United State, US, for killing three white people while screaming "Allahu Akbar". He...also posted about "white devils". He also yelled "Allahu Akbar" (God is greatest) when he was arrested, officials said. He has also been accused of making terrorist threats and been associated with gangs, but he was not a confirmed member, police said.

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  • Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez hangs himself in his prison cell

    Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez hangs himself in his prison cell

    He was drafted by NFL's New England Patriots as the 15th pick in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL Draft. At 20 years old, he's the youngest player on active roster in the National Football League that coming season. Hernandez was serving a life sentence without parole at the Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Mass., for killing Odin Lloyd, the boyfriend of his fiancee's sister, in 2013.

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  • Prime minister asks for backing for early vote

    Prime minister asks for backing for early vote

    While promising to run a "positive and optimistic campaign", she said the choice at the election was between her "strong and stable leadership" or a "coalition of chaos" led by Mr Corbyn. She insists an early election would provide "certainty and stability" in the negotiations, which will now start after the vote. "What is she scared of", he asked.

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  • US Continues to Send Conflicting Messages on Assad's Future

    US Continues to Send Conflicting Messages on Assad's Future

    Sen. John McCain said members of the Trump administration should be held "partially to blame" for the Syrian poison gas attack because of comments made about President Bashar al-Assad. Tillerson, in his first television appearances since taking office, seemed to describe two strategic objectives: halting chemical attacks and ultimately negotiating a cease-fire.

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  • Trump 'creating a war situation' says North Korean official at vast parade

    Trump 'creating a war situation' says North Korean official at vast parade

    Amid rising regional tensions, Pyongyang residents have. Amid rising regional tensions, Pyongyang residents have been preparing for North Korea's most important hol. North Korean soldiers also rolled out another large rocket that appeared to be the size of an ICBM, but what a South Korean military analyst said hasn't been seen before.

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  • Pence says U.S. won't negotiate directly with North Korea -- for now

    Pence says U.S. won't negotiate directly with North Korea -- for now

    The vice president is on the second stop of a 10-day visit to the Asia-Pacific region after visiting South Korea, where he toured the demilitarized zone (DMZ), the heavily fortified border between North and South Korea. He did not comment on what might have caused the missile to fail. Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday hailed Japanese companies for contributing to U.S.

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  • Trump Awaits Outcome of Special Congressional Election

    Even though there were five other Democrats in the race, major local Democratic figures lined up early behind him, including neighboring Reps. Democrat Jon Ossoff narrowly failed to shock the GOP Tuesday with an outright victory in Georgia's special election-but he will get a second chance on June 20 when he faces Republican Karen Handel .

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