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  • Lula comparece por primera vez ante el juez estrella de "Lava Jato"

    El ex presidente se dirigirá desde la sede de la Justicia Federal hacia el hotel Bourbon, en el centro de Curitiba , donde lo esperan legisladores del Partido de los Trabajadores (PT) y fuerzas aliadas. "Nadie hizo lo que hicieron con la presidenta Dima Rousseff que fue electa democráticamente", resaltó. Quien también viajó hasta Curitiba fue la expresidenta Dilma Rousseff, destituida del cargo hace un año por el Congreso, y que viajó en avión desde Porto Alegre (sur) esta mañana para ...

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  • Casa Blanca: Investigación sobre Rusia debe "terminar con integridad"

    Tras ese paso, medios y figuras políticas acusaron al ocupante de la Casa Blanca de querer influir el caso que analiza presuntos vínculos entre miembros de su campaña y funcionarios rusos para interferir en las elecciones de 2016. Ante una audiencia ante el Senado McCabe afirmó que habitualmente el FBI no revela si una persona está siendo investigada o no. No estaba claro si el pedido de Comey, que según trascendidos fue formulado a través de Rosenstein, llegó hasta Trump.

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  • Fallout over Comey memo, Trump's intel disclosures persists

    The bombshell Comey news came as the beleaguered administration was still struggling mightily to explain Monday's revelation that the president had disclosed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and the country's ambassador to the United States.

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  • Pide Trump a Comey cerrar investigación de Flynn

    Pide Trump a Comey cerrar investigación de Flynn

    La petición está contenida en un documento que escribió Comey para recoger lo que había hablado tras reunirse con Trump. Está prohibido que un presidente cuestione al FBI sobre una investigacion en curso, ni qué decir si la investigación es sobre colaboradores del presidente.

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  • Putin Accuses U.S. Of 'Political Schizophrenia' Over Trump And Secrets

    Putin Accuses U.S. Of 'Political Schizophrenia' Over Trump And Secrets

    The White House has also denied reports that Mr Trump personally appealed to then-FBI director James Comey to abandon the bureau's investigation into National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and his Russian contacts. "We see that, in the United States, a political schizophrenia is developing", Putin said. "There's no question that the Israeli confidence has been shaken that some of the most sensitive information they share with us will be properly safeguarded", Dan Shapiro, USA ambassador to ...

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  • Serial killer Ian Brady dead at age 79

    Killer Brady, who died aged 79 on Monday, used Saddleworth Moor, in Great Manchester, as the burial ground for the four children he brutally murdered during the 1960s. I want to stress that our aim, as it always has been, is to find where Keith is buried and give closure to his surviving family members so they can give Keith the proper burial they so desperately want.

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  • At a Glance: Some of Google's new features seem ... familiar

    At a Glance: Some of Google's new features seem ... familiar

    Users have, however, been complaining about being forced to use the A.I. -driven digital assistant via voice controls nearly since it was first unveiled at last year's Google I/O event. Meanwhile, If not quite a billion, more than 800 million people now actively use Google Drive, while more than 500 million people are actively using Google Photos.

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  • Handover all Comey documents on Trump: US Congress to FBI

    Handover all Comey documents on Trump: US Congress to FBI

    The conversation described in the notes raises new questions about whether Trump may have crossed any legal lines into criminal behavior by pressuring the FBI to end an investigation. The Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee demanded Tuesday that the FBI turn over all documents it has about communications between President Donald Trump and former FBI Director James Comey.

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  • Conservatives see lead narrow in latest poll

    Conservatives see lead narrow in latest poll

    Included in the Tory proposals are promises to introduce new returnships for people returning to the labour market from a period of absence, including from parenthood and caring for loved ones, and a commitment to increase the National Living Wage until the end of the next Parliament in 2022.

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  • Putin says Russia meddling furor is 'nonsense'

    He initially found debates about Russia's meddling in US politics as "funny" but said Moscow is now "concerned because it's hard to imagine what the people who produce such nonsense can come up with next". The highly classified information about an Islamic State plot was collected by Israel, a crucial source of intelligence and close partner in the fight against some of the America's fiercest threats in the Middle East.

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  • Ransomware Cyber attack first hits Berhampur city hospital in Odisha

    Ransomware Cyber attack first hits Berhampur city hospital in Odisha

    State's IT minister Chandra Sarathi Behera told reporters in Bhubaneswar that a technical team was sent to the Berhampur City Hospital. A day after state Crime Branch issued an advisory to prevent spread of WannaCry, the state electronics and information technology department on Tuesday asked secretaries of all departments and district collectors to remain alert.

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  • Realizarán otra audiencia de cumplimiento en caso Noriega

    Realizarán otra audiencia de cumplimiento en caso Noriega

    Recientemente Noriega fue sometido a una cirugía y permanece bajo los cuidados de los galenos en el hospital. El depósito domiciliario, es la pena sustantiva que en su momento se concedió, después que la defensa del señor Noriega presentara dicha solicitud, debido a que tenía que ser intervenido quirúrgicamente.

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  • Watch Rep. Al Green's Impassioned Plea for Trump's Impeachment

    Watch Rep. Al Green's Impassioned Plea for Trump's Impeachment

    Gergen appeared on CNN Tuesday night to discuss to discuss the controversies that have overwhelmed the Trump administration in the past week. Rep. Speculation over whether Trump would resign or be impeached was also fueled after he fired FBI Director James Comey on May 9. "The president and the foreign minister reviewed a range of common threats to our two countries including threats to civil aviation".

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  • Sudan's president invited by Saudi Arabia to Trump meeting

    Sudan's president invited by Saudi Arabia to Trump meeting

    Meanwhile, reliable sources told Sudan Tribune Wednesday that the Saudi official met al-Bashir on Tuesday night in the Guest House without giving further details. Al-Bashir pointed that the European countries have previously boycotted meetings in which he took part and put significant pressure on the host countries not to invite him to participate in any meetings including the African Summits.

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  • Backed Forces Seize Key Syrian Town, Dam On Road To Raqqa

    Backed Forces Seize Key Syrian Town, Dam On Road To Raqqa

    In the half-hour meeting, Mattis "reiterated USA commitment to protecting our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally" and "both leaders affirmed their support for peace and stability in both Iraq and Syria", Pentagon chief spokeswoman Dana White said in a statement .

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  • Putin offers transcript to prove Trump did not pass Russian Federation secrets

    If the Trump administration deemed it appropriate, Putin said Russian Federation could hand over a transcript of Trump's meeting with Lavrov to USA lawmakers to reassure them that no secrets were revealed. He goes on to write, "We need to see Mr. Comey's memo regarding his discussion with the president". "But he should be allowed to do his work", Kim quotes Putin saying.

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  • White House: Blame cyberattack on hackers, not spy agencies

    White House: Blame cyberattack on hackers, not spy agencies

    Some were machines involved in manufacturing or hospital functions, hard to patch without disrupting operations. This coming Friday, victims face being locked out of their computers permanently if they fail to pay the $600 ransom, said Tom Robinson, co-founder of Elliptic, a London-based private security company that investigates ransomware attacks .

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  • United States planning to kill Kim Jong-un - North Korea claims

    United States planning to kill Kim Jong-un - North Korea claims

    The ministry statement gave no details of how the alleged plan had been uncovered or about the fate of "Kim", whom it described as "human scum". Their lethal results will appear after six or 12 months. North Korea maintains that it must develop nuclear weapons because of the "hostile" policy of the United States, which retains 28,500 troops in South Korea and holds bi-annual military drills the North considers rehearsals for invasion.

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  • John McCain wildly proclaims 'Watergate' at Donald Trump's door

    It's a centipede that the shoe continues to drop". "Senator McCain's comments tonight were simply meant to convey that the constant revelations of events surrounding Russia's interference in the 2016 election are reminiscent of past scandals, are not good for America and require further scrutiny", said Julie Tarallo, a McCain spokeswoman.

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  • Nintendo to release a 'Legend of Zelda' game for smartphones

    Nintendo to release a 'Legend of Zelda' game for smartphones

    Since the NFC chips inside Amiibo can unlock meaningful bonuses in some games, a speedrunner who wants to take advantage of a certain number or type of Amiibo to achieve a new record might use bootlegs to do it. Given how well-received the previously released Wii U and Nintendo Switch title "The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" was, Nintendo attempting to build off of that can not be ruled out.

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  • Giant ginger tom could be world's longest cat by whisker

    Giant ginger tom could be world's longest cat by whisker

    The current record-holder is a cat named Ludo , from West Yorkshire in the United Kingdom, who measures 3 feet 10.59 inches (118.33 centimeters). Guinness contacted Hirst after seeing Omar on Instagram to let her know she could have a champion on her hands.

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  • Asesor: Plática de Trump con Rusia

    Asesor: Plática de Trump con Rusia "totalmente apropiada"

    En la red Twitter, Trump se defendió este martes de la acusación de haber pasado información secreta y dijo que compartir inteligencia era su derecho. Como presidente, Trump cuenta con la capacidad de revelar información confidencial como lo prefiera. El presidente ha puesto en duda la competencia de sus agentes y cuestionado su conclusión de que Rusia interfirió en las elecciones del año pasado para ayudarle a ganar.

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  • Nicola Sturgeon urges voters to give her sway in Brexit negotiations

    Nicola Sturgeon urges voters to give her sway in Brexit negotiations

    Independence is a major plank of Ms Sturgeon's Scottish National Party (SNP) campaign for the June 8 election, and anything that reinforces Scottish resentment over perceived English arrogance could play into the SNP's hands. "Now it may be that we have a phased approach to that by necessity", she said. But Stephen Gethins, the SNP's General Election candidate for North East Fife, defended Ms Sturgeon's stance.

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  • Trump busca un nuevo director para el FBI

    Trump busca un nuevo director para el FBI

    Algunos legisladores estadunidenses pidieron el domingo al presidente Donald Trump que entregue cualquier grabación de conversaciones con el despedido del exjefe del FBI James Comey, planteando potencialmente un enfrentamiento con la Casa Blanca .

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  • Chelsea Manning to be released Wednesday

    Chelsea Manning to be released Wednesday

    They've said she plans to live in Maryland, where she has family. The Obama administration argued the case was fundamentally different to that of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who fled to Russian Federation after leaking documents on its secretive spying programme.

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