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  • Comienza la era Macron en Francia

    Un día después de haber asumido el cargo, el nuevo presidente francés Emmanuel Macron designa este lunes a su primer ministro antes de viajar a Berlín, prueba de la prioridad que otorga al eje franco-alemán y a la reactivación europea. Siguiendo el protocolo, el presidente del Consejo Constitucional, Laurent Fabius, fue el encargado de proclamar los resultados oficiales de las elecciones que dieron la victoria a Macron , antes de que el general Benoît Puga le colocara el collar de Gran ...

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  • O&G stocks buoyant after Saudi, Russia agree to extend output cuts

    O&G stocks buoyant after Saudi, Russia agree to extend output cuts

    Oil futures were up in North American trading on Tuesday, with prices headed closer to daily highs reached in the prior session, as investors looked ahead to weekly data from the US on stockpiles of crude and refined products. Members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries agreed in November to cut 1.2 million barrels a day of oil production. U.S. oil output witnessed a steep growth in the last one year by almost 10% since mid-last year and touched 9.3 million bpd production.

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  • Imputado por corrupción, Lula declara por fraude a Petrobras

    El Instituto Lula afirmó que "aún no fue notificado oficialmente" de la decisión y que sus abogados aguardan dicho aviso para analizar qué medidas tomarán. "No me están juzgando por corrupción, sino por la forma en que goberné este país", dijo hace diez días en Río Grande del Sur, en un acto que rezumaba aroma de campaña.

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  • Corea del Norte se enfrenta a nuevas sanciones

    Corea del Norte se enfrenta a nuevas sanciones

    Con el nuevo misil tierra-tierra Hwasong-12 Corea del Norte aseguró ayer tener el arma perfecta "que encaja en la idea militar-estratégica y táctica" del gobernante Partido de los Trabajadores. en Guam) si se hubiera lanzado con un ángulo menor. Cuando se le preguntó si el programa de misiles de Corea del Norte se estaba desarrollando más rápido de lo que había previsto Seúl, respondió: "Sí".

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  • Can Donald Trump be impeached over the Russian Federation and Comey scandals?

    The system for how USA secrets are classified and the rules for how they're handled derive from an executive order. "If I breach that, I know I'll be thrown off the committee and maybe even more", he told the MSNBC show, "Morning Joe". Around 7.30pm spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders emerged to announce that White House officials would not be answering any more questions. The newspaper said Comey was in the Oval Office that day with other national security officials for a terrorism threat ...

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  • Learjet crash near New York City kills 2 crew members

    Learjet crash near New York City kills 2 crew members

    There were no injuries on the ground, police said. Emergency responders worked for more than an hour to extinguish the blaze, which consumed 13 vehicles. Teterboro Airport was closed temporarily and flight operations ceased following the crash. The incident occurred on Monday, may 15, at about 15:30 local time.

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  • Trump disclosure endangered Israeli spy

    Toomey, who has been under fire himself recently for what critics says is his unresponsiveness to constituents' requests for an in-person town hall meeting, told reporters Tuesday morning that Trump's move "could be a very imprudent decision", though not illegal.

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  • Man jailed for 22 years over Australian backpacker attacks

    Man jailed for 22 years over Australian backpacker attacks

    None of Roman Heinze's backpacker victims were present for the hearing. "Your offences were utterly depraved", she said. "In committing these crimes you have undermined yet again the reputation of this country as a safe, friendly and attractive destination for young backpackers from all over the world", Kelly told the defendant.

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  • New French president meets IOC in support of 2024 Olympic bid

    New French president meets IOC in support of 2024 Olympic bid

    It remains unclear whether Macron, who took office on Sunday, would be in Lima on September 13 when the host city will be chosen. The race began with five cities, but Rome, Hamburg, Germany, and Budapest, Hungary, all pulled out. Paris is also betting on the compactness of its plans to make the difference. "Our focus is to try to understand the vision and the concept of the Games, also the value that Paris 2024 would not only bring to the Games but also to the city".

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  • Otros dos periodistas asesinados en las últimas horas — México

    Otros dos periodistas asesinados en las últimas horas — México

    Para este martes se tienen contempladas más movilizaciones para recordar al comunicador asesinado y hacer evidentes todas las agresiones que se han registrado en contra de periodistas en nuestro país. "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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  • Girl, 10, dies after being struck by vehicle in Hamilton's west end

    Girl, 10, dies after being struck by vehicle in Hamilton's west end

    Hamilton police arrest Global News journalist Jeremy Cohn at the scene of a fatal collision in Hamilton on Wednesday. Police detained Global TV cameraman Jeremy Cohn and a freelance photographer who were covering the news at the time. "We will be following up directly with Hamilton Police in the days ahead". "While we are satisfied he was quickly released without charge, the incident merits further investigation and we will be following up directly with Hamilton Police Service".

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  • Nos están matando: periodistas en México

    Nos están matando: periodistas en México

    En el año 2011 recibió el Premio Moors Cabot, que entrega la Universidad de Columbia, y ese mismo año el Premio Internacional a la Libertad de Prensa, que otorga el Comité para la Protección de Periodistas. "Señalamos también a los empresarios, a los dueños y ejecutivos de los medios, que priorizan el negocio, que están más preocupados por la ganancia que por contar la historia de lo que está pasando en nuestro país, o de lo que pueda pasarles a sus reporteros, a sus empleados", agregó, en ...

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  • Un nuevo misil de Norcorea amenaza con llegar a EE.UU

    Un nuevo misil de Norcorea amenaza con llegar a EE.UU

    Estados Unidos pidió ayer sanciones más fuertes contra Corea del Norte tras este nuevo lanzamiento balístico. El misil impactó "tan cerca de suelo ruso (...) que el Presidente no puede imaginar que Rusia esté contenta", añadió la Casa Blanca .

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  • Japan's Princess Mako to marry ocean-loving legal assistant

    Japan's Princess Mako to marry ocean-loving legal assistant

    It was while in university that Komuro played the "Prince of the Sea" in a beach tourism campaign for the city of Fujisawa, south of Tokyo . The couple, who were in the same year at International Christian University in Tokyo , is expected to get officially engaged in mid-June at the earliest and marry sometime in 2018, agency sources said.

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  • Protesters injured outside Turkish embassy in DC after Trump-Erdogan meeting

    Speaking to ARA News, official advisor of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) Dr. Nasr Haji Mansour said: "Trump's statement today makes the situation more complicated". The Turkish-US relationship has been strained by the US refusal to extradite Fethullah Gulen , a Turkish cleric living in Pennsylvania whom Erdogan blames for orchestrating the coup attempt against him.

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  • Who was in Trump's meeting with the Russians?

    The White House has not yet commented on the latest news, but National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster asserted Trump's behavior during last week's Russian Federation meeting was "wholly appropriate" at a press conference earlier Tuesday.

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  • White House insists Trump's disclosures 'wholly appropriate'

    Germany is heavily dependent on USA intelligence. They got there just before the news upended Washington, and early enough that it wasn't a hot dinner discussion topic. Conversely, the City University professor explained while Republican voters are still loyal to Trump, U.S. congressman and senators are finding it hard to cope with the persistent turmoil.

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  • Israel was source of intel Trump shared with Russians

    Israel was source of intel Trump shared with Russians

    News and CNN also have sources saying Israel is the partner who supplied the intelligence that Trump shared with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador to the U.S. What's needed is for Republicans to impose on him a professional chief of staff - a Rob Portman or Mitch Daniels - and get rid of the amateur hour hangers-on, beginning with Trump's own family members.

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  • Syria war: Turkey will never accept U.S. alliance with Kurds - Erdogan

    TURKEY'S Kemalist opposition urged the United States to press Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on democracy yesterday after the latest media arrest. Erdogan indicated that Turkey may continue to fight the YPG, whom it considers a terrorist organization linked to the PKK and whom the USA considers among the most effective forces combating ISIS in Syria.

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  • Trump asked James Comey to pledge his loyalty to him

    He meant, said the source, that he would always be honest with the president. Trump further revealed that the ongoing probe into questions of Russian influence on the 2016 election, which includes a look at the possibility that Moscow was coordinating with the Trump campaign, was one of the factors he considered before firing Comey.

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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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