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  • Poll shows third of French satisfied with Philippe nomination

    Poll shows third of French satisfied with Philippe nomination

    But his year-old party faces a strong challenge from the losers of the presidential election, with the Republicans, Le Pen's National Front, the hard-left France Insoumise (France Unbowed) and centre-left Socialists all plotting revenge. German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a press conference in Berlin , on Monday. "I will first say let us have openness, to find things in common, and not start with everything that can't be done..." Benoit Hamon, who gathered just over 6 per cent of the ...

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  • Elgin-area congressman: If Trump has tapes, Oversight Committee should have them

    Comey was "taken aback" by Trump's request for a personal assurance or pledge of loyalty at the dinner, a source close to Comey told CNN. "I think as well our institutions are under assault internally". So far 14 people - lawmakers, attorneys and law enforcement officials among them - have emerged as candidates. The probe is likely to be led by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, according to the Trump administration.

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  • US Supreme Court denies stay of execution

    US Supreme Court denies stay of execution

    He told police he had gone to Mr Johnston's home on January 31 1992, to ask for a lift to the grocery store. According to court records concerning the 1992 murder, Ledford stabbed Johnston several times, with one wound to his neck nearly decapitating the physician.

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  • Trump to work as 'mediator' between Israel, Palestine

    Some peace proponents on both sides have concluded that only massive global, regional or American pressure or enticements might break the impasse. He stressed that it is time for Israel to end its 50-year-old occupation of the Palestinian territories.

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  • "Se terminó la época dorada de Boca", dijo Riquelme

    Boca tiene que mentalizarse en conseguir los tres puntos y después veremos cómo les va a los demás, si vuelven a ganar", argumentó Riquelme, al tiempo que resaltaba que "amo mucho a mi club y no miento". Para el hincha parece que fue hace poquito... En declaraciones a Fox Sports reveló: "a mí me encanta conocer a todos los jugadores y creía que mirando al fútbol aprendía todos los días , sentía que podía aprender".

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  • 200 municipios recibirán bolsa Clap cada 21 días — Maduro

    200 municipios recibirán bolsa Clap cada 21 días — Maduro

    En una operación de carácter milagroso, porque recibimos ataques a la red Mercal, secuestro de camiones (...) A pesar de eso cumplimos la meta. "En abril, a pesar de los ataques, logramos atender seis millones 135 mil 437 hogares (...) Vamos a iniciar en 200 municipios el nuevo plan piloto para lograr la periodicidad de 21 días", expresó el Primer Mandatario.

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  • Gobierno cede a demanda de la UC y repone Aporte Fiscal Indirecto

    Gobierno cede a demanda de la UC y repone Aporte Fiscal Indirecto

    El acuerdo, contempla entregar recursos de forma parcial a las universidades que recibían el AFI por captar alumnos con alto rendimiento en la PSU. Asimismo, se ha tomado la decisión de eliminar el aporte como mecanismo de financiamiento a la educación superior, iniciativa que era hasta ahora parte del proyecto de ley de la reforma de educación superior, en discusión en el parlamento.

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  • FACEBOOK LIVE: Un nene disparó a su amiga

    FACEBOOK LIVE: Un nene disparó a su amiga

    Según contaron los testigos, que tienen entre 11 y 12 años, se encontraban haciendo una tarea escolar cuando uno de los chicos tomó un arma y cartuchos, comenzando a jugar con la misma En un determinado momento, el arma se disparó causando la herida fatal en una de las niñas.

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  • Five-judge bench to examine legal validity of triple talaq

    The bench of Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justices Kurian Joseph, R F Nariman, U U Lalit and Abdul Nazeer outlined the narrow strip of Muslim personal law provision which it would test on the constitutional touchstone. Rights groups opposed to the practice say that it is discriminatory and can often result in women being left destitute with little warning . The second day of the day-long hearing on the matter also saw two veterans, jurist Ram Jethmalani and former Union Minister and ...

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  • White House warned about ex-national security adviser's vulnerability to Russian

    White House warned about ex-national security adviser's vulnerability to Russian

    Former acting US Attorney General Sally Yates said on Monday that she had warned the White House in January that then US National Security Adviser Michael Flynn could have been "blackmailed" by Russian Federation. He's dismissed FBI and congressional investigations into his campaign's possible ties to the election meddling as a "hoax" driven by Democrats bitter over losing the White House.

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  • Trump approval rating hits new low

    Trump approval rating hits new low

    Green believes that Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey , as well as his subsequent admission that he considered the Russian Federation investigation while dismissing Comey, constitutes an act of obstruction. Still, 79 percent of Republicans overall approve of the job the president is doing and just 16 percent disapprove. 50 percent disapprove of Trump's performance, up 3 points from last week.

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  • Iranian First Vice-President withdraws candidacy in Iran's presidential race

    In total, more than 1,600 candidates applied to contest the elections, including 137 female candidates, none of whom made the final cut. The list included Rouhani; Jahangiri; Tehran Mayor Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf; member of Iran's Expediency Council, Mostafa Aqa-Mirsalim; former deputy judiciary chief, Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi; and former vice president, Mostafa Hashemi-Taba.

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  • Kurdsish Forces to Battle IS in Raqqa

    Kurdsish Forces to Battle IS in Raqqa

    The U.S. sees the Syrian Kurds as their best battlefield partner on the ground in northern Syria. Angered by a USA decision to arm Kurdish YPG fighters in Syria, Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan heads to Washington this week for talks with Donald Trump seeking either to change the president's mind or to "sort things out ourselves".

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  • Trump asked FBI director three times if he was target of investigations

    It's an apparent reaction to press reports that Trump hosted a private dinner with Comey at the White House back in January at which Trump asked for his loyalty-according to USA media Comey promised only honesty. "All I can tell you is, well I know what, I know that I'm not under investigation. Me". In his NBC interview, Trump said that had Russian Federation interfered in the 2016 election, it would have been "horrible".

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  • Sturgeon: SNP 'vital' to protect Scotland from dangers of Tory government

    Sturgeon: SNP 'vital' to protect Scotland from dangers of Tory government

    Mrs. Sturgon also said she did not want Scotland to adopt the euro when it joined the EU. "For me this is a question of, at the end of the Brexit process, does Scotland get a choice about our future", Sturgeon said. Now, in a cynical attempt to win back leave voters who have deserted the SNP, she refuses to say whether an independent Scotland would go back in", he said.

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  • La perrita que fue víctima de una golpiza — Sasha

    La perrita que fue víctima de una golpiza — Sasha

    Las imágenes que se conviertieron en tendencia en Internet, fueron condendas por muchas personas que inclus protestaron frente al edificio. De igual modo, los vecinos de este punto de la capital del país revelaron que el hombre que aparece en un video agrediendo al animal, en repetidas oportunidades la habría maltratado .

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  • Trump to address graduates of US Coast Guard Academy

    Coast Guard Academy on Wednesday. We'll have reporters on the campus to talk to families and to report on President Trump's keynote address. "We are doing a lot of that", Trump said. "You chose the Coast Guard". The speech comes at a perilous time for Trump. "I hope you can let this go", Comey wrote in a memo, quoting Trump. This is Trump's first visit to CT as commander-in-chief and the first time he is addressing the academy as President.

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  • Una avioneta, en la que viajaban cuatro estadounidenses, desaparece en las Bahamas

    Las personas a bordo del avión fueron identificados como Nathan Ulrich de 52 años de Lee, New Hampshire y Jennifer Blumin de Nueva York, junto con sus hijos de 4 y 10 años de edad. Asimismo, desde la Guardia Costera sostuvieron que ese lunes no hubo indicios que podía haber condiciones meteorológicas adversas . El padre es piloto profesional y la mujer registró el vehículo a nombre de su compañía consultora.

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  • PM Calls Up French President-Elect to Congratulate Him

    PM Calls Up French President-Elect to Congratulate Him

    Translation: His Highness the Prince of Qatar congratulates Macron on winning in the French presidential elections . Macron has said half of the candidates for his year-old Republique en Marche (Republic on the Move) for the 577 seats up for grabs in 11-18 June elections will be new to politics.

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  • Propondrá gobernador QRoo ley para proteger periodistas y defensores de DH

    Propondrá gobernador QRoo ley para proteger periodistas y defensores de DH

    Esta misma tarde el presidente de la Gran Comisión de la XV Legislatura, Eduardo Martínez Arcila, confirmó que el Poder Ejecutivo envío a la cámara de diputados de Quintana Roo la iniciativa para solicitar la abrogación de la ley . Mientras que la diputada Eugenia Solis, presidenta de la Comisión de Derechos Humanos dio a conocer que serán Chetumal , Felipe Carrillo Puerto y Cancún, sede de los foros "Rumbo a una nueva Ley de Protección a Periodistas y Defensores de Derechos Humanos".

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  • Gobierno de Corea del Sur admite posible conflicto con el Norte

    Corea del Norte y Corea del Sur siguen técnicamente en guerra porque el conflicto de 1950-53 terminó en un armisticio y no en un tratado de paz. Por su parte, Pyongyang volvió a lanzar un nuevo guiño a Seúl a través de un editorial publicado en su principal diario, 'Rodong Sinmun', en el que este decía que "las dos Coreas deben respetarse mutuamente y abrir un nuevo capítulo para avanzar hacia la mejora de sus lazos y la unificación intercoreana .

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  • X-ray services at Basingstoke hospital hit in NHS cyber attack

    X-ray services at Basingstoke hospital hit in NHS cyber attack

    The attacks exploited the computers because they were running outdated versions of Microsoft's Windows operating system. The effects were felt across the globe, with Britain's National Health Service , Russia's Interior Ministry and companies including Spain's Telefonica, FedEx the USA and French carmaker Renault all reporting disruptions.

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  • Search Operation Called Off In Jammu & Kashmir

    Search Operation Called Off In Jammu & Kashmir

    Two villages in the district were also cordoned off. However, when the villagers tried to break the C&SO, security forces and state police personnel swung into action and stopped them at a distance. The entire belt witnessed a massive cordon and search operation last week. Defence Minister Arun Jaitley is to travel to the Kashmir Valley today to review the security situation.

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  • Mormon Church Backing Away From Boy Scouts of America

    For those older youth, the LDS Church will form its own programs. "Frankly this is a surprise and we have a lot that needs to be worked out". Young men who desire to continue toward the rank of Eagle will be registered, supported and encouraged.

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  • FBI tiene suficientes recursos para investigación sobre Rusia: McCabe

    Pero esta explicación parecía socavar los comentarios anteriores de los funcionarios de la administración de que Comey había sido despedido por recomendación del fiscal general Jeff Sessions y su vice Rod Rosenstein. En ese sentido, prometió que no se tolerarán intromisiones de la Presidencia. "Nadie puede impedir a los hombres y mujeres del FBI que hagan lo correcto ", indicó.

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