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  • Majority of Republicans Approve of Comey's Firing, According to New Poll

    Only 15 percent of respondents said they preferred that the GOP-controlled Congress handle the investigation, which would also look into alleged links between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign, while only 40 percent of poll respondents said they have at least some confidence in the ability of Congress to conduct a fair and impartial investigation into the matter.

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  • NK says its new ballistic missile can carry nuke warhead

    NK says its new ballistic missile can carry nuke warhead

    This set of photos carried by North Korea's main newspaper Rodong Sinmun on May 15, 2017, shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-un observing the test-fire of a new mid-to-long-range ballistic missile, called the Hwasong-12. Admiral Harry Harris, the top U.S. commander in the Asia-Pacific, said continued missile launches by North Korea showed the importance of the alliance between Japan and the United States and called the North's actions unacceptable.

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  • Justicia brasileña suspende actividades del Instituto Lula

    Imágenes de la televisión nacional mostraron la llegada de la caravana que trasladó al exdignatario y que debió atravesar un extenso cordón policial antes de ingresar a la instalación. Aunque Lula ya declaró en marzo en un proceso en el que es acusado de intentar obstaculizar las investigaciones de " Lava Jato ", ésta será su primer cara a cara con Moro , convertido desde hace tiempo en el emblema de la lucha contra la corrupción en el país sudamericano.

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  • Buy the data we stole or else, warn hackers

    Buy the data we stole or else, warn hackers

    The Shadow Brokers - a group that claimed last Saturday (May 13) that they have stolen hacking tools from the National Security Agency (NSA ) - said in a blog post that it would set up a "monthly subscription model" for security exploits.

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  • Macri felicita a nuevo presidente de Francia

    El presidente del Consejo Europeo, Donald Tusk , saludó la decisión de los electores franceses en favor de "la libertad la igualdad, la fraternidad". " Francia y Brasil seguirán trabajando juntos por la democracia, los derechos humanos, la integración y la paz". Reconoció que muchos lo votaron en segunda vuelta para evitar un triunfo de la extrema derecha.

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  • Se abre una nueva página de la historia de Francia: Macron

    Y en la propia Francia tampoco se hicieron esperar, ya que fue el propio Presidente François Hollande uno de los primeros en llamar por teléfono al ganador de los comicios para "felicitarlo afectuosamente". El presidente electo de Francia , Emmanuel Macron , dimitió hoy como líder del movimiento que fundó hace un año, En Marcha, que cambiará su nombre por el de La República en Marcha para afrontar la batalla de las legislativas en junio.

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  • Bon Jovi surprises grads, guests with commencement show

    Bon Jovi surprises grads, guests with commencement show

    Before the song, Jon Bon Jovi shared some advice with the graduates. "Today marks the end of one chapter in your life and the start of another", he said from a stage at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, where the band has played to sold-out crowds many times.

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  • Shariah court in Indonesia sentences gay couple to caning

    Shariah court in Indonesia sentences gay couple to caning

    The couple, who have not been named, were arrested in late March after neighbourhood vigilantes in the province's capital of Banda suspected them of being gay and broke into a room that they had rented to catch them having sex. Earlier this month, the outgoing Jakarta governor, a minority Christian, was sentenced to two years in prison for campaign comments deemed as blaspheming the Koran.

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  • Trump Responds to Testimony on Flynn, Russian Influence

    President Obama's former director of national intelligence and his former acting CIA director have both said they have seen no evidence of collusion. FBI Director James Comey has given no timeline for the investigation . Trump has since repeated the allegation that the 44th president ordered surveillance of him and his campaign associates, again without any evidence. Sure, Yates was called on to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee' Crime and Terrorism subcommittee about the ...

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  • New Orleans removes Jefferson Davis Confederate monument

    Lee , which sits in the heart of the city. The city council voted in favor of Landrieu's removal proposal, 6-1, in December 2015, six months after the deadly Charleston, S.C. The obelisk was a tribute to whites who battled a biracial Reconstruction government installed in New Orleans after the Civil War. The statue was dedicated in 1911.

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  • Nagorno-Karabakh: Azerbaijan hits Armenia defence unit

    Nagorno-Karabakh: Azerbaijan hits Armenia defence unit

    The OSCE Parliamentary Assembly (OSCE PA) urged the Nagorno Karabakh conflict parties to return to the negotiation table. The Defense Ministry of Azerbaijan says it has destroyed an Armenian air defense missile system in the breakaway region of Nagorno-Karabakh.

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  • Trump weighs embassy move's effect on Mideast peace process

    The kingdom has yet to release a full list of participants, but invitees include leaders of the Gulf states, other key Arab countries as well as leading Islamic states including Turkey, Indonesia, and Pakistan. Tillerson, speaking on NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday morning, said Trump is taking a very "deliberative approach" to the issue. "The transfer of the USA embassy to Jerusalem does not only not harm the peace process, but the opposite.

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  • France's Macron picks PM from the right, blowing apart old boundaries

    The new French president has appointed a man who refused to vote for same-sex marriage as prime minister. A large group of onlookers, some carrying European flags, stood outside the chancellery as Macron arrived. Philippe, 46, a parliamentarian and mayor of the northern port city of Le Havre since 2010, began his career at the State Council in 1997. By picking him, Macron, a centrist, has sent a signal to attract other young modernisers from the Republicans to his new centrist party, La ...

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  • Trump congratulates South Korea's Moon on election win

    China has rigorously objected to the deployment of the U.S. missile defense system in South Korea, saying it destabilized regional security and did little to curb any threat from North Korea's nuclear and missile programs, which are in defiance of USA pressure and United Nations sanctions.

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  • Schiff calls Trump's loyalty conversation with Comey "highly unethical"

    McCabe testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee earlier this week. As for Republicans, longtime party strategist Rick Tyler says Trump is threatening the political future of his allies in Congress and may find it harder to get top-level Republicans to speak on his behalf when they know the president is apt to contradict them at any moment.

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  • Obama warned Trump against hiring Flynn

    Obama warned Trump against hiring Flynn

    Flynn was compromised with respect to the Russians", Yates told a Senate judiciary subcommittee, in a high-profile hearing on Russian meddling into the USA elections. "Director Clapper reiterated what everybody, including the fake media already knows- there is " no evidence " of collusion w/ Russian Federation and Trump", the president claimed in his account's main picture, which shows him surrounded by about a dozen people in the Oval Office giving a thumbs up.

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  • North Korea Incites Citizens to War

    North Korea Incites Citizens to War

    The ministry said the spy agencies "ideologically corrupted and bribed" a North Korean citizen who had been working in Russian Federation to carry out the alleged assassination attempt involving a " radioactive " and "nano-poisonous" substance.

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  • Corea del Norte: Misil probado puede transportar ojiva nuclear

    La prueba fue de un nuevo tipo de misil balístico de medio a largo alcance bautizado como Hwasong 12 , capaz de llevar una ojiva nuclear "de gran tamaño", informó la agencia estatal norcoreana KCNA . El ministro de Defensa de Corea del Sur, Han Min-koo, dijo al Parlamento que el lanzamiento de prueba del domingo fue "exitoso en vuelo". El Consejo de Seguridad de Naciones Unidas tiene previsto discutir el martes el lanzamiento de Corea del Norte , dijeron el domingo fuentes ...

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  • Apple could stop updating the 2012 iPad mini soon

    The company is apparently taking this step due to cannibalism of its own products as the boundaries between small tablets and large smartphones blur. For the tech fans, the release date of the iPad Pro 2017 remains on the loose. 25,500), while the LTE variant is up for grabs for $529 (roughly Rs. 33,800). Just make sure you have a working Apple Developer Program membership at hand before going ahead with the download.

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  • Winning Premier League is special: Fabregas

    John wants to continue to play", said Conte, whose side prevailed courtesy of an 88th-minute victor by substitute Cesc Fabregas. "I'm looking forward to seeing him lift the (Premier League trophy) and I think all the players want to see this".

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  • The latest on the Alton Sterling ruling

    U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Louisiana Corey Amundson said at a news conference this afternoon that the "exhaustive, nearly year-long" federal investigation focused on whether either officer violated federal criminal civil rights laws or any other federal criminal law.

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  • Russia, Saudi call for oil output deal extension

    Brent crude futures were at.05 per barrel at 0129 GMT, up 23 cents, or 0.44 percent, from their last close. To most oil analysts and traders, an agreement to extend OPEC's oil production cuts seems like a done deal. "We hope that during the next meeting of OPEC members and other states, during which the agreement will be discussed, we will be able to extend this historic initiative", the statement said.

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  • Trump confident travel ban is lawful

    He told the appeals court a ruling for Trump would be a ruling against religious freedom. The court is weighing Trump's appeal of a March decision that put a nationwide hold on his executive order barring US entry by, or visas for, nationals of Iran, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen for 90 days and blocking all refugees for 120 days.

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  • United States attorney details why no charges in Alton Sterling case

    United States attorney details why no charges in Alton Sterling case

    As Sterling lies fatally wounded, the other officer removes something from Sterling's right pocket. The federal investigators said at a press conference today that there "will be a state investigation to follow". "We need closure. We need conviction". The Justice Department has not confirmed the decision not to prosecute. An attorney for Lake did not return a call seeking comment .

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  • Rent-to-own scheme one of key planks of Lib Dem manifesto

    Farron will also advocate giving 16-year-olds the right to vote in United Kingdom elections and referendums. The party said it would hope to deliver 30,000 properties a year by the end of the parliament via housing associations, costing approximately £300m through grant finance.

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  • Protesters injured outside Turkish embassy in DC

    Mr Trump said he and the Turkish president would have a "long and hard discussion" as he welcomed Mr Erdogan to the Oval Office for a meeting three days ahead of a Trump trip to the Middle East. While U.S. military officials have acknowledged Turkey's concerns, they say they have little choice in backing the YPG, the most effective fighting force they have been able to recruit in their bid to dislodge the Islamic State from Raqqa, the Syrian city that is the militants' de facto capital.

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  • North Korea detains another American

    North Korea views any USA citizens within the country with suspicion. The university's co-founder Chan-Mo Park said Kim, who manages the school's experimental farm at the college of agriculture and life sciences, was detained on route by train from Pyongyang to China's border town of Dandong.

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  • PM Modi receives Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas

    India has traditionally voiced its support for Palestinian statehood, initially shunning diplomatic relations with the Jewish state. Earlier, he had substantive meetings with PM Modi on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in NY in September 2015.

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