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  • Trump may pick a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director by next week

    Trump may pick a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director by next week

    A combination photo shows former U.S. FBI Director James Comey testifies over investigation into Hillary Clinton's email system, on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. Rogers worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a special agent based in Chicago in the 1990s and briefly advised Trump's transition team on national security issues.

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  • Trump acusado de compartir información con Rusia

    El diario sostiene que la petición de Trump , que fue citada por el propio Comey en una nota escrita poco después de su conversación -diálogo que tuvo lugar un día después de la renuncia de Flynn-, " evidencia que el presidente ha intentado influir directamente en la investigación del Departamento de Justicia y del FBI sobre los lazos entre los asociados del señor Trump y Rusia".

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  • United Nations Security Council vows sanctions over North Korea's missile test

    United Nations Security Council vows sanctions over North Korea's missile test

    After the new missile test ratcheted up tensions even further, here are live updates and the latest news on the standoff between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un. said. The remarks by Han suggested that the South Korean and US militaries closely shared data on the operation of the THAAD in South Korea. South Korean President Moon Jae-in said the test was a "reckless provocation" and clear violation of U.N.

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  • Pvt. Chelsea Manning set for release after 7 years in prison

    Expressing relief about the impending release on Twitter, Manning said: "Freedom was only a dream, and hard to imagine". Before he left office, president Barack Obama commuted the final 28 years of Manning's 35-year sentence. She will now assist with a documentary about her life. Manning, now 29, also went on a hunger strike during her detention to denounce the disciplinary measures to which she was subjected - including stints in solitary confinement.

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  • PES 2018 release date confirmed for September, with loads of new additions

    PES 2018 release date confirmed for September, with loads of new additions

    The brains behind the game - a coalition of Japanese devs and Western minds such as brand manager Adam Bhatti - have given themselves a "Super 7" hitlist of targets for PES 2018 . Set pieces have been reworked with a new FK and PK system, alongside the option to choose the new one player kick off. Konami's new Real Capture system will also provide true-to-life lighting across day and night names, and players will be individually motion-capped to provide more realistic movements.

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  • Cifras finales: Macron 66,1%, Le Pen 33,9%

    Macron acaba de hacer historia en Francia convirtiéndose en el presidente más joven (39) desde el inicio de la Quinta República en 1958 con Charles de Gaulle, héroe viviente de la resistencia francesa durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial (1939-1945), que por cierto visitó el Perú en 1964.

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  • Missile Defense 101: N. Korea could hit with little warning

    Missile Defense 101: N. Korea could hit with little warning

    North Korea on Sunday conducted its most successful missile test ever, launching its newly developed Hwasong-12 missile 430 miles. Weapons experts cautioned, however, that his remarks were a simple boast, noting that the country was, at a minimum, many years away from possessing the means to deliver a nuclear weapon to the other side of the globe.

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  • Tehran Mayor drops out of presidential poll

    Tehran Mayor drops out of presidential poll

    Rouhani disclosed that when he was member in the Supreme Council of the National Security, during the 2005 elections, he had "possessed Ghalibaf's file", adding that he, gallantly, stood against bids to disclose some of the private affairs of his electoral foe.

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  • Sale de la cárcel Chelsea Manning, la primera gran fuente de Wikileaks

    Sale de la cárcel Chelsea Manning, la primera gran fuente de Wikileaks

    Manning , ahora de 29 años y de quien hay fotografías disponibles públicamente, podría encontrar refugio en el hogar de una tía en la región de Washington . Manning fue condenada en 2013 por violaciones de la ley de espionaje, robo y fraude informático. Manning también se ha convertido en un icono para los activistas transgéneros .

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  • Rohit, Shami included in India's Champions Trophy squad

    Indian cricket team will prepare for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 with two warm-up matches. India announced the 15-member squad for next month's Champions Trophy, after days of ambivalence over its participation. Since Yuvraj and Kedar Jadhav can bowl spin, he narrowly missed out", and added:"Kuldeep's name was discussed because of his quality more than anything else".

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  • Trump asks Comey to drop Flynn probe, White House denies

    The person who described the Comey memo to the AP was not authorized to discuss it by name and spoke on condition of anonymity. Mr Comey didn't directly respond to Mr Trump's request, which was made in February a day after Mr Flynn was sacked for deceiving the vice-president about his contacts with the Russian ambassador, said the person, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

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  • Intel Corporation's Core X-Series Processors Revealed

    The Intel Core i9-7900X will feature 10 CPU cores, will support Hyper Threading, will come with 13.75MB of L3 cache, 44 PCIe Lanes, will be clocked at 3.3Ghz and will be turbo-boosted at 4.5Ghz (via the new Turbo-Clock 3.0 tech that it will support).

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  • USA should not stockpile cyber weapons, Microsoft says

    USA should not stockpile cyber weapons, Microsoft says

    Security researches noted some victims of the attack did pay the ransom, in the form of digital currency called bitcoin, but it is unknown how much money the extortionists collected from the victims. Patients have had to be turned away because their records were inaccessible. "We've seen that the slowdown of the infection rate over Friday night, after a temporary fix around it, has now been overcome by a second variation the criminals have released".

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  • Macri se reúne con Xi Jinping este miércoles

    Macri se reúne con Xi Jinping este miércoles

    Macri y el presidente chino también hablarán de las demoradas represas Néstor Kirchner y Jorge Cepernic, ambas en Santa Cruz, con la expectativa de que puedan reiniciarse en los próximos meses. El presidente Mauricio Macri calificó hoy de "muy bueno" al encuentro que mantuvo con su par de China , Xi Jinping, en el cual se firmaron 16 acuerdos por 17.000 millones de dólares, que incluye la financiación de ese país para construir en Argentina dos centrales nucleares.

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  • Kremlin tight-lipped on Trump info-sharing

    As for Mr Comey, who Mr Trump fired last week, the FBI director wrote in a memo after a February meeting at the White House that the new president had asked him to shut down the FBI's investigation of Mr Flynn and his Russian contacts, said a person who had read the memo.

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  • Israel Demands Explanation of US Diplomat's 'Western Wall' Comment

    Israel Demands Explanation of US Diplomat's 'Western Wall' Comment

    The Palestinians assume that Trump will leave the US Embassy in Tel Aviv, but may offer recognition of West Jerusalem as Israel's capital. It seems this time that Netanyahu , who showed restraint on the matter of settlement construction and even persuaded his rival to lower his tone on the matter, understands that moving the embassy at a time when Israel is expected to look like a seeker of peace isn't a very good idea.

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  • Trump Urges Erdogan to Immediately Release Imprisoned American Pastor

    Trump Urges Erdogan to Immediately Release Imprisoned American Pastor

    A view of a protest that turned violent outside the Turkish embassy in Washington D.C., May 16, 2017 . " We've had a great relationship and we will make it even better ", Trump said in the Oval Office as he sat beside Erdogan. Last week, the Turkish leader strongly criticized Trump's decision to arm Syrian Kurds in the fight against ISIS. "I would like to congratulate President Trump for the legendary triumph that he has garnered in the aftermath of the elections".

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  • FBI chief's unceremonious ouster boomerangs on president

    Comey wrote that Trump asked him to end an investigation into Flynn during a February meeting in the Oval Office. Comey intends to "go public" with the memos from his interactions with Trump, according to NBC's Ken Dilanian. Republicans, caught off-guard, insisted they wanted to hear from Comey, who was sacked last week a day before Trump met in the Oval Office with the Russian diplomats.

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  • Nuevo misil norcoreano sería capaz de alcanzar bases de EE.UU

    Nuevo misil norcoreano sería capaz de alcanzar bases de EE.UU

    Rechazamos totalmente el comunicado de dicha entidad que cuestiona nuestra medida para fortalecer el disuasivo nuclear de autodefensa en adhesión a la brutal campaña anti-RPDC de Estados Unidos , indicó la Cancillería norcoreana. El Comando del Pacífico del ejército de Estados Unidos confirmó el lanzamiento y explicó que el tipo de misil todavía está siendo evaluado.

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  • Putin Offers U.S. Record of Trump-Lavrov Talks in Secrets Row

    Putin Offers U.S. Record of Trump-Lavrov Talks in Secrets Row

    The President didn't even know where the intelligence he shared with Russian Federation was from, according to National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, who made the admission during a press conference. Last week's incident will likely lead to some adjustments in the quality of intelligence shared in the future by Israel and other countries, said Michael Herzog, a retired brigadier general and former intelligence officer with the Israel Defence Forces.

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  • French right torn apart as Macron, PM prepare to name government

    French right torn apart as Macron, PM prepare to name government

    In comments to reporters ahead of her meeting with Macron, and following Sunday's confidence-boosting victory for her conservative Christian Democrats in a state election, German Chancellor Angela Merkel emphasized cooperation. During his campaign, Macron vowed to fight corruption amid politicians and one of the government's priorities is to pass a draft law on the "moralization of political and public life" before crucial legislative elections next month.

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  • What Do Analysts Say About QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM)

    What Do Analysts Say About QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM)

    American National Bank now owns 2,825 shares of the wireless technology company's stock worth $162,000 after buying an additional 822 shares during the last quarter. (NASDAQ:QCOM). Amp Cap Investors owns 1.01 million shares or 0.4% of their United States portfolio. The ex-dividend date is Friday, May 26th. This represents a $2.28 annualized dividend and a dividend yield of 4.08%.

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  • Trump's National Security Advisor comes up with the wrong defense

    Sen. Roy Blunt, a fiercely loyal Republican and consistent defender of President Donald Trump, Tuesday abruptly broke with the White House to sharply criticize the president's sharing intelligence with Russian officials. One U.S. official said the Obama administration was particularly concerned about the handling of documents related to the government's contingency plans for crises.

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  • Democrat, Republican face off Tuesday in runoff for Senate District 32

    Democrat, Republican face off Tuesday in runoff for Senate District 32

    With all 52 precincts reporting, according to the secretary of state's website, Kirkpatrick won the May 16 special runoff election with 56.98 percent of the vote to defeat Democrat Christine Triebsch, who had 43.02 percent. Triebsch, a family and juvenile attorney, has often tied the contest to Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff's push to "flip" the northern metro area's 6th District away from the state's majority Republican leadership.

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  • Classified intel Trump gave Russians came from Israel

    Classified intel Trump gave Russians came from Israel

    Even though the White House insists that sources and methods were not revealed, a source says, "You don't have to specifically reveal the source to compromise the source". officials. The official spoke only on condition that neither he nor his country be identified, because he was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly.

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  • ND politicians react to Russian intelligence controversy

    ND politicians react to Russian intelligence controversy

    The pattern continued this week, with national security advisers giving one account of what Trump told Russian officials in the Oval Office only to have the president himself revise it. McMaster, to help contain the fallout from the latest damaging revelations about the administration's relationship with Russian Federation. Asked why the NSA and Central Intelligence Agency were put on notice if the revelations were not problematic, McMaster cast the notification as being provided "from ...

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