• Trump dice que tiene el "derecho absoluto" a compartir información con Rusia

    Trump ha señalado que defiende esta posición por " razones humanitarias " y asegura que desea que Rusia " intensifique su lucha contra el Estado Islámico y el terrorismo ". Pero en una tentativa por disipar las sospechas, el asesor presidencial de Seguridad Nacional , el general Herbert McMaster, volvió el martes a negar que Trump haya dicho algo "inapropiado" a Lavrov , y reiteró que las denuncias se apoyan en una historia " falsa ".

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  • United Kingdom wage growth slows to increase squeeze on consumers

    United Kingdom wage growth slows to increase squeeze on consumers

    United Kingdom pay growth lagged inflation for the first time in over two years in early 2017, underscoring the growing Brexit squeeze facing many households. Earlier this week , another survey showed employers plan to increase pay by just 1 per cent in the year ahead, the weakest rate since 2013. Wages were predicted to rise by an annual level of 2.4% in March after 2.3% in February.

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  • Mexicans protest for justice after reporter murdered

    Valdez shone a light on the activities of the country's notorious drug cartels. "We do not see the violence against journalists stopping", said Balbina Flores, a representative of RSF in Mexico. Valdez, an award-winning reporter who specialized in covering drug trafficking and organized crime, was slain in the northern state of Sinaloa , long a hotbed of drug cartel activity.

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  • The 2017 Federal Budget: 5 ways it could affect you

    Morrison said the budget had a "fair and responsible path" back to balance, which is due to be reached in 2020-21, with a projected surplus of A$7.4 billion, somewhat higher than previously estimated. Morrison is expecting further growth in the nation's obligations for some years before it peaks at A$375.1 billion in 2018-19. It sees the unemployment rate at 5.75% in 2017-18, easing from a 13 month high of 5.9% now while it pegged the consumer price index (CPI) at 2%, climbing to 2.5% by ...

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  • Judges grill lawyer defending Trump's travel ban

    The Justice Department maintains that the travel ban was animated by bona fide national security concerns, but US District Court Judge Derrick Watson disagreed in March, concluding that the executive order was likely motivated by a discriminatory objective.

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  • White House's repeated falsehoods lead to credibility gaps

    Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, the national security adviser, has denied that Trump revealed intelligence sources and methods in his conversations with the Russians. Version One: White House aides initially disputed the premise of the reporting. The following day, Trump turned the focus toward presidential power, saying he has the right to share with the Russians "facts" concerning terrorism.

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  • UK's Labour Party Backs Rights for EU Citizens in Brexit Deal

    UK's Labour Party Backs Rights for EU Citizens in Brexit Deal

    He acknowledged that Britain could not remain in the single market under current rules if it wanted to end free movement of people, but suggested that the European Union could be open to changing the rules. "It is removing options before we've started - and it's a reckless approach". Freedom of movement "will have to end" when the United Kingdom leaves the single market after Brexit, he said.

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  • Macron seeks close ties with Germany to shore up EU

    Speaking as the new president prepared to name the rest of his government later in the day, Francois Baroin, leader of The Republicans (LR) party which is being torn apart by Macron's divide and conquer tactics, said on BFM TV Philippe had "made a choice which is not ours".

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  • Asesinan a periodista Javier Valdez en Sinaloa — México

    Asesinan a periodista Javier Valdez en Sinaloa — México

    En la protesta participó el actor Diego Luna, la politóloga Denise Dresser, y los periodistas Lydia Cacho y Jenaro Villamil . "Ellos van a decidir, aunque tú tengas blindaje y escoltas, el día en que te van a matar", comentó este periodista colaborador de la AFP en una de las presentaciones de su último libro, " Narcoperiodismo , la prensa en medio del crimen y la denuncia".

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  • Trump's Long History of Recording Calls Makes His Tweet About

    Trump's Long History of Recording Calls Makes His Tweet About "Tapes"

    The nominee must be confirmed by the US Senate. He obviously did not show up, but acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe testified, and he said this idea that the FBI had lost confidence in Comey is just not the case. Democrats will also try to use a procedural maneuver to force a vote on legislation calling for an independent commission to investigate Russian election interference, although they're unlikely to prevail.

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  • Eva Cadena incumple y no acude a la Fepade

    La Fepade informó que Eva Cadena fue citada ayer a la 10:30 horas y al haberle esperado un tiempo razonable para que acudiera y no llegó a comparecer, se solicitará orden de presentación contra ella. - Este martes se da a conocer un tercer video en donde Eva Felicitas Cadena Sandoval , bautizada como "La recaudadora", recibe un millón de pesos que le entregan en distintos fajos, por supuestos empresarios como pago por impulsar una ley a su favor en el congreso de Veracruz .

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  • 32 militants killed in Afghanistan

    32 militants killed in Afghanistan

    Afghan forces on Tuesday regained control of a strategic district close to the restive northern city of Kunduz that fell to the Taliban earlier this month, official said. The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) had earlier said that some displaced families were forced to sleep in the open while others were crammed inside the homes of relatives.

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  • Nokia 9, Nokia 8 get leaked in teaser video

    Nokia 9, Nokia 8 get leaked in teaser video

    The new Nokia 3310 was the biggest attraction at the company's MWC 2017 launch, and received more attention than the new Nokia Android phones announced at the same time. It has made a comeback on the feature phone with a few updates along the way, and has also been optimised for the colour screen. The phone is running series 30+ software.

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  • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Pushed into 2018

    Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Pushed into 2018

    Bandai Namco planned to release Ace Combat 7 in October 2017, but the team at Project Aces needs more time to polish the game. "We take our art very seriously and that means we have instead chosen to devote additional time and effort to flawless and optimize this newest chapter of the ACE COMBAT saga", Kono said.

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  • Ransomware WannaCry to attack Indian banking system soon: Cyber expert

    Ransomware WannaCry to attack Indian banking system soon: Cyber expert

    In a scathing statement over the weekend, he said an equivalent scenario in conventional weapons would be the USA military having some of its Tomahawk missiles stolen. Even after payment, the ransomware doesn't automatically release your computer and decrypt your files, according to security researchers. The NSA created the worm, according to reports , and somehow leaked.

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  • Trump Keeps Controversies Smoldering With a Warning for Comey

    Knowing, there was no good time to do it [.] And, in fact, when I chose to just do it, I said to myself, I said: "'You know, this Russian Federation thing with Trump and Russian Federation is a made up story, it's an excuse by the Democrats for having lost an election that they should've won.'" He went on to express regret that firing Comey might prolong the investigation and said Comey had told him that he, Trump, was not under investigation when asked.

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  • South Korea Says Communication Channels With the North Must Reopen

    North Korea test-launched a missile on Sunday that many experts believe could be its most advanced yet, flying higher and longer than any previous missile. "We are living in the reality where there is a high possibility of military clashes" along the disputed sea border off the Koreas' west coast or along the heavily-fortified land frontier that divides them, he said.

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  • Never mind geography, Duterte says Mongolia and Turkey could join Asean

    Never mind geography, Duterte says Mongolia and Turkey could join Asean

    According to Mr. Duterte, "They also want to join ASEAN". Duterte however insisted that both Turkey and Mongolia are part of the region. "Gusto nila na mag-sali sa ASEAN", Duterte said upon arrival in Davao City early Tuesday morning. ASEAN, which was established in 1967, includes 10 states: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

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  • BC political parties ponder common issues after close vote, possible deals

    BC political parties ponder common issues after close vote, possible deals

    And presuming the seat count remains unchanged, collaboration between the NDP and the Greens would give them 44 seats. "The No. 1 deal-breaker right now is banning big money in B.C. Wednesday morning. "We have a range of issues in common, but my focus is on the people of British Columbia, and if Mr. Weaver and others want to join with me, I'm happy to do that".

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  • Syrian Democratic Forces call on stranded ISIS militants in Raqqa to surrender

    At the end of the day, Kahl said, Trump came to the same conclusion as Obama, but only after Erdogan had won his referendum without the annoyance of an open breach with Washington. At least 11 civilians were killed in bombings by the US-led worldwide coalition and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in two provinces in northeastern Syria, a British war monitor reported on Saturday.

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  • Steve Price: Australia considering in-flight laptop ban

    Steve Price: Australia considering in-flight laptop ban

    It's therefore entirely conceivable that those who plotted to attack flights to the U.S. either had Australia on their lists or added the nation after the ban. "We are looking at it very closely", he said. He believes Australia is unlikely to follow suit without a similar threat. "If there's no specific threat or risk, then they've got to carefully examine it", Sydney Morning Herald quotes Coyne.

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  • Trump meets Turnbull, declares 'love' for Australia

    Trump raised eyebrows when he told Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Thursday in New York , "You have better health care than we do". Trump's own staff tried to clean up the comment on Friday, arguing that he meant it only as a compliment to Turnbull and not as praise for the system itself.

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  • Corea del Norte amenaza a EE.UU

    Corea del Norte amenaza a EE.UU

    Los analistas estiman que el misil podría incluso llegar hasta Alaska o Hawái de ser disparado en una trayectoria normal. El Consejo de Seguridad es presidido en mayo por Uruguay. En este sentido, condenó el lanzamiento del misil de prueba realizado el domingo desde la estación de Kusong en el noroeste del país y recorrió cerca de 700 kilómetros.

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  • U.S. lawmakers want to see Comey memo on Trump meeting

    U.S. lawmakers want to see Comey memo on Trump meeting

    The president gave another version of the same dinner in which, according to him, Comey asked to be continued as Federal Bureau of Investigation director. He told Comey that Flynn, who was sacked for lying to Pence about the content of his telephone conversations with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak before the inauguration, hadn't done anything wrong.

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  • Donald Trump 'asked Comey to shut down Flynn investigation'

    Details of Comeys notes were shared with a very small circle of people at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department, these people said. But Trump told NBC's Lester Holt days later that he was going to fire Comey regardless of Rosenstein's memo, and that is was, indeed, in part, because of the ongoing Russian Federation investigation, which Trump has dismissed as a "hoax".

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