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  • La cuenta regresiva del ministro Martín Vizcarra

    La cuenta regresiva del ministro Martín Vizcarra

    La sesión de hoy miércoles comenzará a las 17:00 horas, y la del jueves a las 09:00 horas, según informó el Poder Legislativo. Alarcón Tejada sostuvo que ayer venció el plazo para que los 21 funcionarios investigados por la Contraloría -entre ellos el ministro Martín Vizcarra y la viceministra Fiorella Molinelli- envíen sus descargos ante esta institución sobre la firma de la adenda con Kuntur Wasi.

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  • McCain compares Trump crises to Watergate

    McCain said Trump needs to "get it all out. and the longer you delay, the longer it's going to last". McCain also called Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov "an old KGB apparatchik stooge". Republican House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz on Tuesday night asked Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe for any records documenting communication between Mr.

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  • TMC wins 4 civic bodies, GJM captures 3 in the hills

    TMC wins 4 civic bodies, GJM captures 3 in the hills

    The Morcha won 31 of the 32 seats in Darjeeling municipality where TMC has been able to emerge victorious in one seat. The Times of India reported that TMC won 12 out of the 16 wards with BJP winning only 2 wards. Despite the outbreak of fraud cases against Mamata Banerjee-led party, the upshots finally demonstrate that party is getting stronger in the state.

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  • Turkey: Ankara slams Trump's decision to arm Syrian YPG

    Turkey: Ankara slams Trump's decision to arm Syrian YPG

    A "forced withdrawal" of ISIS fighters contributed to the worldwide anti-ISIS coalition-partnered ground forces retaking of the northern Syrian city of Tabqa on Wednesday, the Coalition has announced. Washington says that arming the Kurdish forces is necessary to recapturing Raqqa, Islamic State's de facto capital in Syria and a hub for planning attacks against the West.

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  • Dueling Protests as Jefferson Davis Monument Removed in New Orleans

    Dueling Protests as Jefferson Davis Monument Removed in New Orleans

    Landrieu also said putting the Confederacy on a pedestal in some of the city's most prominent places is "not only an inaccurate reflection of our past, it is an affront to our present". Demonstrators who supports keeping Confederate era monuments protest before the Jefferson Davis statue was taken down in New Orleans , Thursday, May 11, 2017 .

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  • North Korea Missile Program Advancing Faster Than Expected, South's Defense Minister Says

    North Korea Missile Program Advancing Faster Than Expected, South's Defense Minister Says

    Security Council warned could require new sanctions on Pyongyang. Aside from Pyongyang's space launches, Jeffrey Lewis of the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in the U.S. The United States has been discussing possible new U.N. sanctions with China since North Korea's previous missile test about two weeks ago. "If the USA dares opt for a military provocation against the DPRK, we are ready to counter it", it said.

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  • Afganistán: Un grupo armado ataca una emisora de radio y televisión

    Afganistán: Un grupo armado ataca una emisora de radio y televisión

    El director de Salud Pública de la provincia oriental de Nangarhar, en el que se encuentra Jalalabad, dijo que hasta ahora dieron entrada dos civiles muertos y 17 heridos en el hospital provincial. Hasta ahora, ningún grupo reivindicó la autoría del ataque . El portavoz de los talibanes Zabihullah Mujahid indicó que ese grupo no tiene "nada que ver" con el ataque .

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  • An alert researcher, cooperation helped stem cyberattack

    The researcher, who is identified only as MalwareTech, is a 22-year-old from south-west England who works for Kryptos logic, a Los-Angeles-based threat intelligence company, the Guardian reported on Saturday (May 13). Russian Interior Ministry, which runs the national police, said the problem had been "localized" with no information compromised. Microsoft Corp. President Brad Smith, in a blog post Sunday, said the attack is a "wake-up call" for governments in the USA and elsewhere to ...

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  • New South Korean president will visit U.S. next month

    New South Korean president will visit U.S. next month

    Despite hinting at the possible scrapping of the 2015 agreement, the South Korean president has also stressed the need for increased cooperation between Seoul and Tokyo to deal with the communist North. Besides worries about North Korea's missile and nuclear weapons programs, cyber security researchers have found technical evidence they said could link Pyongyang with the WannaCry "ransomware" cyber attack that has infected more than 300,000 computers in 150 countries since Friday.

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  • WPC Yvonne Fletcher murder case stalls over national security concerns

    WPC Yvonne Fletcher murder case stalls over national security concerns

    A spokesman for the Met said: "We believe our investigation has identified enough material to identify those responsible for WPc Fletcher's murder if it could be presented to a court". PC Fletcher's family released an emotional statement shortly after the announcement. "The key material has not been made available for use in court in evidential form for reasons of national security".

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  • US, Europe discuss new laptop ban on flights

    USA airlines have in recent days been pushing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to find less disruptive alternatives, according to a source familiar with the discussions. Business travelers are not happy about the prospect of being away from their electronic devices on long flights, NPR's David Schaper reports . Any expansion of the ban could impact USA carriers such as United Airlines, Delta Air Lines Inc.

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  • McMaster Says Trump Disclosure to Russians Was 'Appropriate'

    The White House trotted out three senior administration officials - National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, Deputy National Security Adviser Dina Powell, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson - to attack the reports. Revelation of Trump's disclosure, first reported by the Washington Post , caused a firestorm. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the official was not authorized to speak publicly.

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  • Violencia en México: Cinco periodistas asesinados en lo que va de año

    Según los medios locales, Córdova, de 48 años, se encuentra gravemente herida en un hospital de Guadalajara, aunque el ataque iba dirigido a su hijo, quien había sido secuestrado en dos ocasiones anteriores . El crimen de Valdez, además, fue condenado por Peña Nieto, que, a pesar de la inmanejable situación, aseguró que su gobierno busca proteger a los periodistas.

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  • Trump says he has 'absolute right' to release terrorism info to Russians

    The revelation that Trump boasted about some of Israel's most sensitive information to the Russians could damage the relationship between the two countries. It also raises the possibility that the information could be passed to Iran, Russia's close ally and Israel's main threat in the Middle East. Donald Trump's national security adviser, H.R.

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  • Group linked to NSA spy leaks threatens sale of new tech secrets

    Group linked to NSA spy leaks threatens sale of new tech secrets

    So far experts are still trying to figure out the hackers or group responsible for this. The malware threatened to wipe those files out in a week if victim did not pay up $300-$600. The Shadow Brokers had originally tried to sell the stolen tools in an auction, but backed down after receiving no bidders. Sean Dillon, a senior security analyst at RiskSense, said the group has proven they possess highly effective tools so people , particularly criminals, are very willing to pay for what them.

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  • Isis claims attack on Afghanistan state TV station

    Isis claims attack on Afghanistan state TV station

    Samim Khpolwak, spokesman for the governor of the southern Kandahar province, said a civilian was killed and 10 people were wounded, including three policemen, in a double bombing in the provincial capital. U.S. troops in Afghanistan number about 8,400 today, and there are another 5,000 from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, who also mainly serve in an advisory capacity - a far cry from the USA presence of more than 100,000 six years ago.

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  • Donald Trump agiliza las cosas para nombrar nuevo director del FBI

    Donald Trump agiliza las cosas para nombrar nuevo director del FBI

    La bancada demócrata del Senado está amenazando con no votar un nuevo director para el FBI si no se nombra un fiscal especial para investigar los vínculos que pudieran existir entre la campaña de Trump y Rusia. Sin embargo, Comey también conducía una de las investigaciones sobre una presunta colusión entre autoridades rusas y el comité de campaña de Trump para denigrar la imagen de Clinton e incidir en el resultado de las elecciones.

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  • Leak May Reveal Details About Intel's Upcoming i9 Processors

    Leak May Reveal Details About Intel's Upcoming i9 Processors

    Then, finally, we have the Kaby Lake-X parts, which appear to be the same as the Kaby Lake-S parts that launched back in January of this year but are created to work with the X299 platform. That being said, it should be noted that the AMD's top of the line processors will feature 16 cores and 32 threads. The 7740K runs at a base frequency of 4.3GHz and offers a maximum single-core turbo speed of 4.5GHz, while the 7640K runs at a base frequency of 4GHz and a maximum single-core turbo ...

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  • IAS officer found dead under mysterious circumstances in Lucknow

    IAS officer found dead under mysterious circumstances in Lucknow

    He added Tewari went for a walk at around 6am while Singh went to play badminton at the BBD Badminton Academy in Gomti Nagar. The body has been sent for post-mortem to ascertain the cause of the death. He said that prima facie it seems that Tiwari may have died of "traumatic injuries", including heart attack or from falling or may have been knocked down by a speeding vehicle.

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  • Vladimir Putin, presidente de Rusia

    Vladimir Putin, presidente de Rusia

    Ante otra prueba misilística, Trump fue categórico y llamó en un comunicado a que "todas las naciones implementen sanciones mucho más fuertes". Se trató de "un misil estratégico de mediano a largo alcance recién desarrollado Hwasong-12", indicó la agencia oficial KCNA , la cual agregó que el líder norcoreano, Kim Jong-un, " supervisó personalmente el lanzamiento de este nuevo modelo de cohete ".

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  • Asesinan al periodista Javier Valdez

    Luego de que, el día de ayer mataran a balazos al periodista Javier Valdez, medios de comunicación se unen a #UnDíaSinPeriodismo. El pasado 2 de marzo fue ejecutado Cecilio Pineda Brito, periodista independiente en Guerrero y colaborador de La Jornada , y el 19 del mismo mes, en Veracruz , le quitaron la vida al columnista Ricardo Monlui, director del diario El Político y columnista de temas de la industria cañera en el Diario de Xalapa.

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  • El Gobierno francés y RSF condenan el asesinato de Javier Valdez

    El Gobierno francés y RSF condenan el asesinato de Javier Valdez

    Indignación nacional El crimen del también escritor, quien se convirtió en el sexto periodista asesinado en el país en lo que va del año, despertó indignación a nivel nacional e internacional. La fiscalía ecuatoriana entonces ordenó intervenir su celular y sus redes sociales y lo citan a declarar. Valdez murió de 12 tiros, a unos cuantos pasos de su auto.

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  • Chinese universities hit by extortion attack

    Microsoft has hit out at governments for "stockpiling vulnerabilities", blaming them for the "widespread damage" caused by the latest cyberattack. Labour's shadow health secretary, Jonathan Ashworth, in a letter to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, said concerns were repeatedly flagged about outdated computer systems.

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  • World braces for more cyber attacks as work week begins

    World braces for more cyber attacks as work week begins

    And he defended the Government after a National Audit Office report in November warned that taking money away from NHS services would leave them vulnerable, telling BBC Breakfast it was down to individual trusts to protect against vulnerabilities and insisting they had enough money to protect against cyber attacks.

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  • 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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