Bolsafinanzas.com
  • Mueren 2 supuestos terroristas en operación del Ejército egipcio en el Sinaí

    Mueren 2 supuestos terroristas en operación del Ejército egipcio en el Sinaí

    En un breve comunicado la Policía ha asegurado que un grupo de hombres armados ha disparado desde lo alto de una montaña contra el puesto de seguridad. En la zona opera el grupo Wilayat Sina, que juró lealtad al grupo radical Estado Islámico (EI). Tuvo lugar nueve días después de los atentados suicidas del 9 de abril, perpetrados por el EI contra las iglesias de Alejandría y Tanta, en el norte de Egipto, que dejaron 45 muertos.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • India says will 'explore all options' to bring spy Kulbhushan Jhadav back

    India says will 'explore all options' to bring spy Kulbhushan Jhadav back

    He said there were many instances when individuals suspected of being spies were given the death sentence in the usual courts of law in Pakistan and therefore the issue was why a normal legal process was avoided in this case. Baglay also said it is clear Pakistan has no concrete evidence against him because their government had itself asked for evidence from India in December a year ago.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Sarin or similar used in Idlib: watchdog

    In 2013, an agreement was brokered by Russian Federation and the United States regarding destroying the Syrian chemical weapons. Reuters quoted the organization's director, General Ahmet Uzumcu as saying that the results of the analysis "indicate that sarin or a sarin like substance was used".

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Bill O'Reilly out at Fox after harassment allegations

    The political commentator hosted the O'Reilly Factor from 1996 to 2017 and turned it into the network's most profitable show, and one of the most successful in the history of cable news. For two decades, O'Reilly has ruled the "no spin zone" with cable news' most popular show, and his ratings had never been higher. But even after the ouster, some employees said they were skeptical about whether the treatment of women at Fox News would actually change.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • China defends North Korea trade after its trucks haul missiles

    China defends North Korea trade after its trucks haul missiles

    Earlier, US Vice President Mike Pence warned North Korea not to test the US, adding his country's "era of strategic patience" with Pyongyang was over. Pence's advisers said the vice president would make the case to Abe and Aso that the USA rejection of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, under Trump did not signal a US withdrawal from trade and economic development in the region.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Trump takes first step towards H-1B visa reform

    Set by Congress. Changing the way visas are allocated... On Monday, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services had said that employers who sought visas for 2018 submitted only 199,000 applications this year, compared to last year's 236,000 applications.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • VP Pence meets Indonesian president on Asia tour

    VP Pence meets Indonesian president on Asia tour

    Vice President Mike Pence delivers a speech to U.S. and Japanese service members on the flight deck of the USS Ronald Reagan, a Nimitz-class nuclear-powered super carrier, at the U.S. "We will not rest and will not relent until we obtain the objective of a denuclearized Korean Peninsula", he said. China and the South China Sea are also likely topics when foreign ministers Fumio Kishida of Japan and Australia's Julie Bishop join the defense ministers.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Pence Talks Trade in Japan

    Pence Talks Trade in Japan

    Indonesia is the latest stop on an Asian tour by Pence that aims to reaffirm traditional US alliances at a time when Donald Trump's presidency has raised questions about the strength of the USA commitment to the region. Meanwhile, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, himself traveling through the Middle East, also warned the regime, telling reporters during a stop in Saudi Arabia that "the leader of North Korea again recklessly tried to provoke something by launching a missile".

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Duarte se reserva el derecho a declarar sobre extradición a México

    Duarte se reserva el derecho a declarar sobre extradición a México

    Un convoy fuertemente armado trasladó al ex gobernador de Veracruz Javier Duarte de Ochoa del penal de Matamoros hacia la torre de Tribunales donde compareció. Javier Duarte se reservó su derecho a ser extraditado a México . Duarte , expulsado ese mismo mes del oficialista Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI), dejó Veracruz sumido en una profunda crisis económica y en una espiral de violencia por la disputa del territorio entre los cárteles de las drogas.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Bill restricting food stamps won't come up for House vote

    Bill restricting food stamps won't come up for House vote

    Bakk said it would be better for the House and Senate to each have bills and then bring them to compromise in committee. The bill would allow up to four state-licensed marijuana growing operations, with up to a dozen dispensaries. Department of Transportation is managed. "So in the end, I think this bill strikes the right balance between making sure that we have a bill that's strong enough to attract investment to our state and make the product available to the people who really need it", ...

    Sigue leyendo...
  • United States considers shooting down N.Korea missile tests

    Pence also said the USA would protect freedom of navigation in the South China Sea, the sea lanes vital to global shipping where China has been staking claim to disputed territory. But it remains unclear what might come next. The Trump administration wants to find more of that kind of foreign direct investment, and hopes to attract some with the $1 trillion plan to rebuild US roads, bridges and other types of infrastructure.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Agency says deported man had no special status

    Agency says deported man had no special status

    A statement issued Tuesday says Montes was arrested after "illegally entering the U.S.by climbing the over fence in downtown Calexico". According to USA TODAY , Juan Manuel Montes was detained by federal immigration agents on February 17 in Calexico, Calif.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • WH looking to revive Obamacare repeal before 100-day deadline

    WH looking to revive Obamacare repeal before 100-day deadline

    The renewed effort comes as Congress returns from recess next week and as the Trump administration is fielding questions about its legislative accomplishments during its first 100 days in office. "We'd all like to have it done by then, but not sure that's feasible", another GOP source close to the process said. But we need to manage expectations.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Trump sheds anti-China rhetoric, sounds upbeat after talks with Xi

    Trump sheds anti-China rhetoric, sounds upbeat after talks with Xi

    Trump needs to show his working-class base some progress in taking on the country he portrayed as the main reason for the demise of American manufacturing. Xi had arrived at the meeting with a gift of "tweetable deliverables ", sources said - peace offerings on Trump's signature issues of trade and jobs that were meant to smooth ties.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Partido Nacional expresa preocupación por situación en Venezuela

    Partido Nacional expresa preocupación por situación en Venezuela

    El presidente de Perú, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, recordó que " la libertad y el respeto de los derechos políticos de las personas son fundamentales para la democracia ", tras conocerse que el líder de la oposición venezolana Henrique Capriles fue inhabilitado por 15 años para ejercer cargos públicos.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • May urges parliament to vote for early election

    May told the Commons an election was necessary to ensure "stability and certainty" for the country. "I am asking them to put their trust in me and if they do that, if they give me a mandate for these negotiations for the plan for Brexit that the Government has, the plan for a stronger Britain beyond Brexit that we have, then I think that will strengthen our hand", 61-year-old May said .

    Sigue leyendo...
  • TTV Dinakaran says he quit AIADMK yesterday itself

    TTV Dinakaran says he quit AIADMK yesterday itself

    Though Munusamy said that Panneerselvam is not racing for the chief minister's post in case of a merger between two groups, the former minister pointed out most of the AIADMK MLAs will opt for Panneerselvam to head the government. The AIADMK split into two after Jayalalithaa's death. "The E Palanisami faction has taken the right decision in expelling them", he said. Dhinakaran denied that he is forming a third camp in the party and said, "If they had asked me, I would have removed myself".

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Corbyn and May trade blows as election campaigns begin

    She said the Tories would fight for "every vote", while also criticising the Labour Leader's ability to be Prime Minister . In a preview of her election strategy, Mrs May said: "I will be taking out to the country in this campaign a proud record of a Conservative government".

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Should McDonald's Workers Get $50K Reward In Facebook Murder Case?

    Should McDonald's Workers Get $50K Reward In Facebook Murder Case?

    State police major William Teper said the trooper who rammed Stephens' auto "saw him pull the gun out and shoot himself". Henry Sayers, the Erie restaurant's manager, tells reporters that Steve Stephens pulled up to the drive-thru Tuesday morning and ordered a 20-piece Chicken McNuggets and french fries.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Hyderabad: One arrested for sending hoax mail of hijacking

    Hyderabad: One arrested for sending hoax mail of hijacking

    Vamshi Krishna had promised his girlfriend who lives in Chennai a trip to Mumbai and Goa. "Vamshi Krishna told his girlfriend that they can not go on a trip as all flights are cancelled in view of terror alert and dropped the plan", said DCP Task Force, B Limba Reddy.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • NGT slams Sri Sri Ravi Shankar over Yamuna damage

    NGT slams Sri Sri Ravi Shankar over Yamuna damage

    In a statement, Desai also said that the NGT's expert committee, which was supposed to be non-interested parties to the case and were to act as the eyes and ears of the judges, have given biased interviews in public while the case is sub-judice.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Patriots hit back at New York Times over White House tweet

    Patriots hit back at New York Times over White House tweet

    Trump, who is on favorable terms with coach Bill Belichick and team owner Robert Kraft , was unable to see another one of his friends on Wednesday. Of the 34 players who were present, only six had played with Hernandez and none of them spoke with reporters after the ceremony.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Trump to nominate Scott Brown as ambassador to New Zealand

    Trump to nominate Scott Brown as ambassador to New Zealand

    Brown, a Republican, was a strong supporter of the Republican Trump's presidential campaign. After Trump's own stunning win, Brown said he was under consideration to head the Veterans Administration. Brown, 57, burst onto the national stage in 2010 when he unexpectedly won a special Senate election to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Sen.

    Sigue leyendo...
  • Tillerson: Situación en Venezuela preocupa al Gobierno de EE.UU

    Freddy Peroso, uno de los voceros, hizo un llamado a utilizar las redes sociales como medio de divulgación de las protestas , ya que, aseguró, el gobierno venezolano no permite a los medios de aquel país informar lo que en realidad pasa. Una veintena de venezolanos residentes en Honduras protestó hoy en Tegucigalpa contra el Gobierno de Nicolás Maduro , al que acusan de la crisis política y social que vive Venezuela .

    Sigue leyendo...