• Australian citizenship to include test of 'values'

    Australian citizenship to include test of 'values'

    A number of universities have also voiced "huge concerns" about the move, with the University of Sydney vice-chancellor Michael Spence warning there could be "unintended consequences" for cutting the 457 temporary visa. "Additionally there will be tightened English language requirements for the Medium Term Stream ". More money ought to be invested into training Australia into a skilled work force according to Susan Temepleman.

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  • HIQA review of foster care 'raises serious questions'

    HIQA review of foster care 'raises serious questions'

    There are 351 children in foster care in an area covering parts of south and west Dublin including the South Inner City, Rialto, Inchicore and Ballyfermot, Clondalkin, Rowlagh, Palmerstown and Lucan. Hiqa also reviewed Care Visions, a for-profit agency providing foster care since 2013 and now with 27 foster care households around the country and placements for 26 children.

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  • Russia vetoes UN statement on North Korea's missile tests

    Russia vetoes UN statement on North Korea's missile tests

    The statement, which was tabled by the U.S., would also tell North Korea not to conduct further nuclear tests. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un presided over the event, in the capital of Pyongyang . "The start of the provocation window falls on Military Foundation Day (April 25), a holiday in North Korea, and 10 days after the 105th anniversary of Kim Il-sung's birthday on April 15th", he said.

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  • 'Facebook killer' Steve Stephens found dead after vehicle chase

    Authorities had been offering up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest of the 37-year-old Stephens, who was wanted over the apparently random killing of 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr. As the auto was spinning out of control, Stephens shot and killed himself. One of the pursuing troopers picked his spot - in front of an abandoned school - and hit Stephens' bumper to get him to stop.

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  • How Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg aims to make camera the first AR platform

    Or, Zuckerberg explained at Facebook's annual F8 developer conference on 19 April, "you can add a second coffee mug, so it looks like you're not having breakfast alone". Facebook's new virtual reality app will make it feel like you're in the same room as friends, or on the same beach, garden or park - the new VR app can transport your avatar anywhere.

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  • Some of Donald Trump's U-turns within his first 100 days as president

    America's relationship with Russian Federation "may be at an all-time low", US President Donald Trump has said, but he hoped that it would be wonderful if the two countries got along. The US launched an airstrike on Syria in response to the street and Mr Trump has said relations between the two countries are at an "all-time low".

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  • Have stepped aside in the interest of the party: Dinakaran

    Have stepped aside in the interest of the party: Dinakaran

    Asked if he would gather support of MLAs and show his strength, he said, "I don't want to do anything against my party". Vetrivel told reporters in Chennai that the meeting of the ministers was "unofficial" and only those meetings held at the party office were "official".

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  • Britain's May wins parliament's backing for June 8 snap election

    Britain's May wins parliament's backing for June 8 snap election

    There were also a number of abstentions. She portrayed the election as a choice between five years of stability and strong leadership under the Conservatives and a "coalition of chaos" under Jeremy Corbyn's Labour, propped up by the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party (SNP).

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  • EU pide evitar violencia en marchas de este miércoles en Venezuela

    El organismo pidió al gobierno del presidente Nicolás Maduro excluir el uso de armas de fuego de los dispositivos utilizados para el control de las protestas sociales. La Fiscalía dijo que también investiga los hechos en que una mujer y un hombre resultados heridos, cerca del lugar donde el muchacho fue herido de bala en Caracas .

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  • North Korea marks founder's 105th birth anniversary

    A North Korean missile exploded on launch a day after a massive military parade. In a show of force a few days ago, the USA dispatched what President Donald Trump called an "armada" of ships, including an aircraft carrier, into waters off the Korean Peninsula.

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  • "Nuestro objetivo es hacer cinco goles", Luis Enrique — Champions

    Con el paso de los minutos creció la ansiedad del Barsa , cada vez más dependiente de su tridente ofensivo y la rebeldía de Messi, que se acercó al gol con un disparo enroscado, fuera por poco, y un tiro libre directo, ligeramente alto. "Cuantos más jugadores puedan acercarse a su mejor versión, mucho mejor para nosotros", señaló, antes de añadir que " Messi jugando al 25% seguro que nos aportaría muchísimas cosas porque es un jugador único y diferente".

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  • Heading home or on a new job: Fresno victims shot at random

    Heading home or on a new job: Fresno victims shot at random

    He says Muhammad told police he wanted to be known as someone who killed many white people and not just a security guard. Weeks before a Fresno killing spree, the alleged gunman touted black power and rapped about slaying "white devils". Police were searching for the revolver Muhammad said he tossed into a pile of clothing. Authorities say a man picked up the gun that a suspect used to kill three white men in a racially charged attack in Fresno and are urging him to turn himself in.

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  • USA threatens further strikes in Syria

    USA threatens further strikes in Syria

    He will say that Assad has no future in Syria, Russia must stop supporting the regime and a plan to rebuild the country must be drawn up. Allies in the Middle East and Europe who panned Trump's efforts to ban Syrian refugees from the United States cheered his decision to strike against Syrian President Bashar Assad's military after viewing images of young children killed in the chemical attacks.

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  • Usaba a su hija como

    Usaba a su hija como "mula" en el penal de Ezeiza

    Deborah Malla, de 40 años, que no tenía antecedentes, había ido este sábado a visitar a una hermana a la cárcel con su hija. Sin embargo, la mujer no pudo pasar el segundo control, ya que los oficiales descubrieron la bolsa que la niña ocultaba.

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  • Three exciting new features coming to your Facebook

    Wood said that Facebook is moving away from virtual reality on its Oculus Rift platform and toward augmented reality on your phone, something its competitor Snapchat is already doing. He also said that Facebook isn't anxious about "no innovation" allegations and defended copying Snapchat by saying that it was the ground work for Facebook's Camera Effects Platform for developers.

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  • When US President Trump gets a sharp nudge from First Lady Melania

    When US President Trump gets a sharp nudge from First Lady Melania

    While the president and first lady took some time out to take photos with some of the children at the event , it seems like President Trump was eager to get back on message as soon as possible. Bush administration, were popular targets for a crowd seeking selfies. 'We wish you great fun, and a attractive day is coming ahead of us'. Along with his wife Melania and 11-year-old son Barron, Trump's older sons, Don Jr.

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  • Consejo Electoral confirma triunfo de Moreno en las presidenciales en Ecuador

    Consejo Electoral confirma triunfo de Moreno en las presidenciales en Ecuador

    En un comunicado Mark Toner, portavoz interino del Departamento de Estado, indicó "EE.UU. felicita al pueblo de Ecuador por tomar parte en la segunda ronda de las elecciones presidenciales del 2 de abril ". 'Las pruebas de irregularidades en el proceso electoral son muchas. Mientras Moreno aseguró ayer que será el gobernante de "todos los ecuatorianos", en especial "de los más pobres", y recibió felicitaciones de presidentes de varios países, Lasso insistió en su tesis de fraude ...

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  • Some Patriots snub White House invite

    Trump told the players. Mitchell's veteran poise in Super Bowl LI was referenced by Trump despite the fact he was just a rookie. Super Bowl MVP quarterback Tom Brady, who is friends with Trump, was notably not in attendance. Spicer said after composing his laughter. His decision also comes hours after former teammate Aaron Hernandez, who was serving a life sentence for first-degree murder, was found hanged in his jail cell.

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  • Irresponsable y dictatorial que Venezuela arme a civiles: HRW

    Irresponsable y dictatorial que Venezuela arme a civiles: HRW

    El presidente hizo el anuncio desde el palacio presidencial de Miraflores acompañado de su gabinete ejecutivo y miembros de la FANB y señaló que se activará la "fase verde" del plan con "toda la estructura militar, policial y civil del Estado venezolano" , en defensa del orden interno contra ese plan golpista , destacó la agencia Efe .

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  • Second person killed in day of Venezuela protests: prosecutors

    Protesters had hoped to converge on the office of the state ombudsman, a guarantor of human rights, but as in previous attempts they were blocked by the National Guard. Last week, opposition groups rallied supporters across the nation as part of a bid to strain security forces by staging anti-government protests in each of the volatile country's 335 municipalities.

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  • Venezuela inicia una nueva jornada de protestas

    Venezuela inicia una nueva jornada de protestas

    En tanto, una veintena de estaciones del metro fueron cerradas por seguridad. Este martes Julio Borges , presidente del Parlamento venezolano , emitió un comunicado de la alianza opositora Mesa de la Unidad Democrática (MUD ) en el que pedía a la Fuerza Armada Nacional Bolivariana permitir la marcha opositora , prevista para este miércoles por los opositores en Caracas, sin el uso de gases lacrimógenas o cualquier forma de material antidisturbios.

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  • China seriously concerned over North Korea's nuclear programme

    U.S. and Japanese troops wait for the arrival of U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on the flight deck of U.S. navy nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan. North Korea put on a musical show to mark the birthday of founding father Kim Il Sung, which ended with a mock-up video of missiles engulfing the United States in flames, prompting cheers from the audience and smiles from current leader Kim Jong Un.

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  • Afganistán: 94 los muertos por la gran bomba de EEUU

    Afganistán: 94 los muertos por la gran bomba de EEUU

    El gobernador del distrito de Achín Esmail Shinwari vio el preciso momento de ataque y dijo: "Es la explosión más fuerte que he visto nunca". La bomba , en servicio desde 2003, solo había sido utilizada en pruebas y ha sido diseñada no solo para destruir búnkers y túneles, sino como arma psicológica, por el impacto que deja en los supervivientes.

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  • Venezuela: un militar muere y suman tres los fallecidos durante protestas

    Los opositores han intentado llegar en otras manifestaciones infructuosamente a la sede de la Defensoría en cinco ocasiones y han sido dispersados por las fuerzas de seguridad . Durante sus cuatro años de mandato Maduro ha denunciado más de una docena de complots. Las protestas iniciadas el 1 de abril contra Maduro suman ahora un total de siete muertos, decenas de heridos y al menos 230 detenidos.

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  • Giraffes are becoming an endangered species due to 'silent extinction', say conservationists

    Giraffes are becoming an endangered species due to 'silent extinction', say conservationists

    Giraffe populations have declined nearly 40% over the last 30 years, mostly because of hunting for bushmeat, habitat destruction and fragmentation, and the global trade in giraffe bone carvings and hunting trophies. "In the past few years, several gruesome images of trophy hunters next to slain giraffe bodies have caused outrage, bringing this senseless killing to light", said Masha Kalinina, worldwide trade policy specialist with the wildlife department of Humane Society global.

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