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  • Venezuela death toll rises to at least 42

    On May 1, the head of State called for a National Constituent Assembly that should foster dialogue among Venezuelans to achieve peace and guarantee an economy that does not depend on oil revenues. In the central state of Carabobo, authorities said three police officers had been injured, including one left in a critical condition. Chanting "Freedom!" and "Down with Maduro!", the elderly protesters made it onto a highway but were blocked from their intended destination, the state ombudsman's ...

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  • 34th annual Special Olympics Torch Run goes through Columbus

    34th annual Special Olympics Torch Run goes through Columbus

    The torch run leg on Tuesday will begin at 1 p.m.at Niagara University's Kiernan Center (5795 Lewiston Road) and finish at Center Street. This torch run will run by four different schools as students come out to cheer on the runners. "Everybody is a victor and our motto is let me win but if I can not win let me be fearless in the attempt", explained Allison Newell the Volunteer Coordinator for the Special Olympics in District 5.

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  • Pakistan shells LoC areas again, 1000 people evacuated?

    Pakistan shells LoC areas again, 1000 people evacuated?

    Jammu: In a fresh ceasefire violation today, Pakistan has resorted to heavy firing and mortar shelling in Chiti Bakri in Chingus area of Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri sector. However, police sources said four soldiers of 48 RR also got injured in cross LoC shelling. "Pakistan Army initiated indiscriminate firing and shelling on our positions on the LoC in the Rajouri sector".

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  • UN Security Council Rips North Korea Missile Test, Threatens New Sanctions

    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un supervised the launch of the Hwasong-12 missile on May 14 that reached an altitude of 2,111.5 kilometers (1,312 miles) and flew 787 kilometers. "The DPRK will bolster its self-defence capabilities as long as the United States continues its hostile policies towards the DPRK and imposes nuclear threats and makes blackmail", diplomat Ju Yong Choi said.

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  • Itel Mobile's 'Wish A41+' available at Rs 6590

    Itel Mobile's 'Wish A41+' available at Rs 6590

    It also includes features such as SOS and SwiftKey which enables faster and easier texting with multiple regional language support. This is published unedited from the IANS feed . Speaking about the launch, Sudhir Kumar, CEO, itel Mobile India, said, "The thirst for technology amongst Indians is simply unquenchable. This can be understood by the fact that when provided with viable options, even the first-time users across socioeconomic classes prefer leapfrogging to the newest technology ...

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  • Theresa May accuses Brussels of attempting to influence British elections

    Theresa May accuses Brussels of attempting to influence British elections

    Drawing applause and laughs he continued: "And then the French will have elections next Sunday and I would like them to understand what I'm saying about Europe and nations". The public jibes traded by London and Brussels did little to suggest European Council president Donald Tusk's a ppeal for discretion in the negotiations - a plea widely viewed as being aimed at Mr Juncker's office - was being listened to.

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  • Disputing McMaster, Some US Intel Officials Don't Believe Sharing Was 'Appropriate'

    McMaster said at a White House press conference Tuesday. "As President I wanted to share with Russian Federation. which I have the absolute right to do, facts pertaining to terrorism and airline flight safety", he tweeted Tuesday. However, McMaster did not make clear if the information was highly classified as the Washington Post reported one day earlier. "Even if President Trump unwittingly blew a highly classified code-word source to the Russians, that would be unsafe enough".

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  • The Intelligence Trump Divulged to Russian Officials Came From Israel

    The Intelligence Trump Divulged to Russian Officials Came From Israel

    The Washington Post reported Monday that Trump "went off script" during that meeting and began describing "an Islamic State terrorist threat related to the use of laptop computers on aircraft". Ron Dermer told the Times . The Americans implied that their Israeli colleagues should "be careful" as of January 20, Trump's inauguration date, when transferring intelligence information to the White House and to the National Security Council (NSC), which is subject to the president.

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  • Salas: "Católica llega muy bien parada al duelo con Paranaense"

    Flamengo lidera el grupo con 10 puntos producto de tres triunfos y dos derrotas y con un empate se asegurará el pasaje a la próxima ronda. El equipo de Lanús recibirá hoy a Chapecoense, de Brasil, en cotejo por el Grupo 7 de la Copa Libertadores de América, con la oportunidad de alcanzar un triunfo y quedar automáticamente clasificado para los octavos de final.

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  • Google releases Android Things Developer Preview 4 for IoT devices

    Google releases Android Things Developer Preview 4 for IoT devices

    There's no word yet on when Google plans to launch a non-preview version of the OS. Google's voice-based Assistant, unveiled at last year's I/O and released in the fall, competes with Apple's Siri and Amazon.com Inc.'s Alexa. Lat year, Google upgraded its AI support for Photos, so that it could automatically create an album by collecting relevant and related images. The service will offer a variety of materials and options, with one for as little as $10.

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  • Intelligence shared by Trump with Russian Federation came from Israel, reports say

    Intelligence shared by Trump with Russian Federation came from Israel, reports say

    It was based on information from current and former US officials. In essence, Trump may have put a vital anti-ISIS source in danger without knowing the specifics of what he was revealing to Russia's foreign minister and ambassador. If, as the Washington Post has alleged, that the information was provided by a USA ally in the region and that Trump did not seek the ally's clearance in advance to share the intelligence with the Russians , it represents potential collateral political damage with ...

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  • President Trump warns Comey about 'leaking', implies talks were recorded

    The President can not fire anyone for an illegal reason. That Trump did indeed record those conversations and he might release audio to rebut whatever comments Comey might make? On Thursday, he practically bragged about his authority to do so, presenting Congress and the judicial system with its first true test-pushing the bounds of his authoritarianism into unchartered, and potentially impeachable, territory.

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  • Trump warns Comey: Better hope there are no 'tapes' of talks

    Trump warns Comey: Better hope there are no 'tapes' of talks

    Trump slipped away to his private golf course in Virginia, where aides said he planned to make calls, have lunch and perhaps hit a few golf balls. "When I heard that exchange today between Jeff Mason and Sean Spicer, speaking from the podium in the briefing room for the president of the United States, it took my breath away", Wallace said.

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  • Hamilton wins Spanish GP, Vettel comes second

    Meanwhile, there was a slight contact between Bottas and Raikkonen that shunted the latter's Ferrari into the Red Bull of Max Verstappen who was trying to overtake them on the outside. The race swung back to Hamilton when Mercedes pitted him just as a virtual safety auto - caused when Stoffel Vandoorne ended up in the gravel at Turn 1 after banging wheels with Felipe Massa - ended.

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  • Netanyahu's office denies rumors the prime minister opposes moving US Embassy

    The dispute arose when US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the president was being "very careful to understand how such a decision would impact a peace process". "It's part of the West Bank", Israeli television reported on Monday night. The dispute arose when Netanyahu's emissaries tried to get the USA team to add Netanyahu to the visit as part of the official itinerary.

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  • EEUU: A Comey no le preocupa que conversación con Trump fuese grabada

    Las dudas crecieron cuando durante una entrevista con NBC Trump dijo que él habría despedido a Comey aún si no tuviera la recomendación , pues el funcionario ya no tenía la confianza de nadie en Washington . Ante una audiencia ante el Senado McCabe afirmó que habitualmente el FBI no revela si una persona está siendo investigada o no. "Nadie puede impedir a los hombres y mujeres del FBI que hagan lo correcto", indicó.

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  • Tehran's mayor drops out of Iran election to back hard-liner

    Rouhani has been able to successfully endure all cruelties and inequities directed at him". This time around, establishment conservative hardliners who want to unseat Rouhani are mainly placing their trust in Ebrahim Raisi, a jurist and Shiite cleric who studied at the feet of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

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  • Corea del Norte lanza nuevo misil balístico

    Este primer lanzamiento desde el 29 de abril se produce un día después de que una alta diplomática norcoreana dijera que Pyongyang mantendría conversaciones con Estados Unidos bajo las "condiciones adecuadas". Según los militares japoneses, el proyectil voló durante unos 30 minutos recorriendo unos 800 kilómetros antes de caer en el mar del Japón a unos 400 kilómetros al este de la península de Corea.

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  • Venezuela: Maduro entrega decreto de convocatoria a una Asamblea Nacional Constituyente

    Venezuela: Maduro entrega decreto de convocatoria a una Asamblea Nacional Constituyente

    Explicó que uno de los objetivos más importantes planteados en este proceso constituyente es la defensa de la paz como necesidad y derecho del pueblo. Maduro anunció la convocatoria el pasado lunes, aclarando que no se busca redactar una nueva Carta Magna, sino de reformar la que está vigente desde 1999 y que fue impulsad por el fallecido presidente Hugo Chávez (1999-2013).

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  • An alert researcher, teamwork helped stem huge cyberattack

    An alert researcher, teamwork helped stem huge cyberattack

    MalwareTech , who wants to remain anonymous, was hailed as an "accidental hero" after registering a domain name to track the spread of the virus, which actually ended up halting it. The security flaw that hackers used was made public after information was stolen from the NSA. This is already believed to be the biggest online extortion attack ever recorded, disrupting services in nations as diverse as the U.S., Ukraine, Brazil, Spain and India.

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  • Trump at Liberty University Bashes 'Critics' in First Commencement Address

    The leader of the Christian school, Jerry Falwell Jr., was among Trump's earliest and most vocal supporters. Falwell said he first invited Trump in December to speak at Liberty's commencement, and got his acceptance in March. For them, not being able to correctly interpret it as Paul's "second" letter to the Corinthians was a reflection of the Republican's lack of familiarity with the Bible.

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