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  • Los tres países del TLCAN deben ser ganadores: Peña Nieto

    Los tres países del TLCAN deben ser ganadores: Peña Nieto

    En marzo, el gobierno circuló una carta de ocho páginas sobre el TLCAN que decepcionó a muchos críticos ya que dejó prácticamente sin cambios al acuerdo. "El Representante de Comercio de EE. México espera un proceso de negociación constructivo, que permita aumentar la cooperación y la integración económicas y fomentar la competitividad regional", añadió.

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  • Trump assails 'witch hunt' after naming of special counsel

    The President's tweets appear to signal a policy of resistance to Mueller's investigation, that will now likely cast a shadow over the beleaguered White House for months if not years to come. Mr Trump cited displeasure with the FBI's Russian Federation probe as a factor in dismissing Mr Comey. "I think it divides the country", he told a joint press conference with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos.

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  • Brazilian President's situation fragile after report of corruption

    Brazilian President's situation fragile after report of corruption

    FILE - In this May 8, 2017, file photo, Brazil's President Michel Temer listens in during a event at the Brazilian Institute of Research in Brasilia, Brazil. O Globo reported that Mr. Batista told Mr. Temer about regular payments to Mr. Cunha, and that the president said Mr. Batista should continue the payments.

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  • Mike Huckabee calls Roger Ailes a 'genius'

    Mike Huckabee calls Roger Ailes a 'genius'

    The titles of just two Ailes biographies, " The Loudest Voice in the Room " and " Dark Genius " hint to the outsized and controversial nature of his legacy after a five-decade career in television and politics. In a tweet on Thursday, Bush said, "He wasn't flawless, but Roger Ailes was my friend & I loved him". That was something of a return to form for Ailes, who joined Richard M.

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  • Santos complacido por apoyo del Congreso de EEUU a paz de Colombia

    El mandatario estadounidense ha hablado también de la cuestión venezolana. Queremos hacer la paz en todo el mundo, y ustedes son realmente un gran ejemplo de ello. La conversación en el Salón Oval también versará sobre la conmoción política y económica que vive Venezuela , y ya la Casa Blanca había señalado que los líderes discutirán mecanismos para enfrentar "el retroceso democrático" en ese país vecino de Colombia.

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  • Donald Trump Reportedly Wants Flynn Back in the White House

    Comey claims Trump asked him to drop the federal investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn's connections with Russian Federation during the presidential campaign. Our request , submitted to the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, comes after The New York Times broke the story that Comey had memorialized his meetings with Trump, including one that took place in February, the day after Flynn was forced to resign amidst revelations he had ...

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  • Trump Would Have Fired Comey 'Regardless of Recommendation'

    Trump Would Have Fired Comey 'Regardless of Recommendation'

    But it's Comey's dismissal that will accelerate the political consequences for Trump, even if it might threaten to slow the pace of the FBI's probe. Trump says that Comey told him three times he was not personally under investigation over Russian Federation, twice in phone calls and once at a private dinner with the FBI director.

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  • Protester killed, AP journalist wounded in West Bank clash

    Protester killed, AP journalist wounded in West Bank clash

    But with mounting obstacles at home and overseas, he faces long odds of succeeding where more experienced predecessors have failed. Trump has backed away from other campaign promises as well. The tendency in Trump's first months in office was to blame any decision that the pro-Israel right found unappealing on officials Trump did not appoint - civil service professionals whose tenure dated back to the Obama or George W.

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  • Canada ready to impose pollution caps, fuel tax on provinces

    Canada ready to impose pollution caps, fuel tax on provinces

    At that point, they all have to raise their carbon tax or cut the caps on emissions in cap-and-trade programs, to keep up. Companies, in theory, have an incentive to create technology allowing them to pollute less than they are allowed. Officials from McKenna's department said a carbon price is not a tax in the official sense of the word because it is not meant to raise revenue for the federal government, rather it is an environmental manoeuvre meant to change behaviour.

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  • Trump claims 'witch hunt'; GOP puts hope in special counsel

    Because it was a closed briefing, it's unclear exactly how Rosenstein described how he knew Trump would fire Comey. He said Comey turned in a "poor performance" in his most recent testimony to Congress and that Rosenstein had written a "very strong letter" outlining Comey's shortcomings.

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  • Colorado man to be freed early now in immigration custody

    Instead, he called her to tell her that he was being held by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The family is still looking for answers about what comes next. She says when he was initially released in 2008, federal immigration authorities told him he had a deportation notice. "He was very vigilant in attending those check-ins and never anticipated it would be a problem", said Celeste Martinez with Together Colorado.

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  • Auto atropella a 13 personas en Times Square; hay un muerto

    Auto atropella a 13 personas en Times Square; hay un muerto

    El conductor fue identificado como Richard Rojas , de 26 años . El sector turístico de Times Square se convirtió este jueves en un verdadero caos por un atropello múltiple que dejó un muerto y 22 heridos , en un suceso que las autoridades descartaron que se tratara de un acto de terrorismo.

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  • Trump willing to 'make peace' with Pyongyang

    Trump willing to 'make peace' with Pyongyang

    The missile launch was detected by new THAAD anti-missile system installed in South Korea, which is equipped radar that Raytheon claims can track a baseball hit out of a park from hundreds of miles away. disregard or misjudge the reality that its mainland and Pacific operation region are in (North Korea's) sighting range for strike". "No one is immune to the threat of North Korea", she told reporters before emergency closed-door consultations by the U.N.

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  • Tornadoes touch down in Oklahoma, Texas no injuries reported

    In Oklahoma on Tuesday, another tornado damaged much of a subdivision on the southern fringe of Elk City, Oklahoma , about 110 miles west of Oklahoma City. The National Weather Service reported the tornado touched down in the area just after 5:30 p.m. Some people said they followed his advice and were caught in major traffic jams on highways in central Oklahoma as a tornadic storm approached Oklahoma City.

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  • Len McCluskey 'confident' that opinion polls will start to turn for Labour

    But he did not appear to be expecting a Labour government: "The scale of the task is vast". McCluskey's initial prediction of 200 seats for Labour would suggest a Tory majority in the Commons of about 80. It said it would not put an "arbitrary figure" on how much it would cost to nationalise England's nine water companies and the National Grid, saying the compensation due to existing shareholders would depend on a range of factors and would ultimately be decided by Parliament.

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  • Trump And The New Militarization Of Middle East

    A first summit on Saturday will see Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz meet with Trump; the second will include Trump and Arab Gulf leaders; and a third will see the US president sit down with various Arab and Muslim leaders. He's often surrounded by long-time friends and acquaintances who have memberships to the commander in chief-owned retreats. President Donald Trump accompanied by Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, left, calls on a member of the media during a news conference in the ...

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  • Trump reportedly asked Comey to consider imprisoning members of the press

    With growing calls from largely Democratic lawmakers that the Trump administration could no longer credibly conduct any investigation into Russian Federation in the midst of Comey's ouster, Mueller was thrust into the picture. Putin, who has a long record of seizing on foreign crises to make Russia's voice heard, announced during a news conference in Sochi, Russia, that he has a "record" of the USA president's meeting at the White House with two senior Russian officials and was ready to give ...

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  • Trump pidió a Comey que cerrara investigación sobre Flynn

    La conversación ocurrió semanas después de que el FBI entrevistase a Flynn por sus contactos con el embajador de Rusia en Estados Unidos y luego de que la secretaria interina de Justicia, Sally Yates, advirtió a la Casa Blanca de que Flynn había ofrecido información errónea sobre sus conversaciones y que podría ser vulnerable al chantaje.

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  • United States sanctions 8 Venezuelan Supreme Court judges

    President Maduro's government is under intense pressure domestically and internationally. Opposition leaders are demanding immediate presidenti. Henrique Capriles, one of the leaders of the Venezuelan opposition, said Thursday his passport was annulled when he was at the Maiquetia airport, ready to travel to the United Nations office in NY to report human rights violations during mass anti-government protests in Venezuela.

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  • Trump says he's 'very close' to naming new FBI director

    John Cornyn of Texas, both Republicans; Alice Fisher, the former head of the Justice Department's criminal division; and Michael Garcia, a former USA attorney from Manhattan. "I hold Senator Lieberman's seat, he's no pushover, as both parties know". John Cornyn, R-Texas, predicted the former CT senator would receive all 100 Senate votes.

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  • US Navy veteran kills one in New York's Times Square vehicle crash

    The Department of Homeland Security also stated that it is in close contact with law enforcement officials in New York City about the incident. Twenty three people were struck by the auto before it was stopped by a security barrier. In one of his two previous DWI arrests, Rojas was driving faster than 99 miles per hour in a 50 miles per hour zone, sources familiar with his record say.

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  • Santos-Trump, más que un saludo

    Finalmente, hizo una invitación al presidente norteamericano para que "ojalá pueda visitarnos pronto" y sea testigo de la " Colombia en paz, más equitativa y mejor educada, que ustedes tanto han contribuido a construir". Como había trascendido, uno de los temas también discutidos entre los dos jefes de Estado fue el de la crisis de Venezuela. "Uno ve la riqueza de ese país y se pregunta ¿Por qué está ocurriendo esto?" Por su parte, el ocupante de la Casa Blanca se refirió a Colombia ...

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  • Lexi Thompson shoots 65 to lead Kingsmill Championship

    Lexi Thompson shoots 65 to lead Kingsmill Championship

    Thompson is playing in her third tournament since losing a playoff in the ANA Inspiration for being penalized four strokes for a rules violation spotted by a person watching the tournament on television . "It's something that we feed off each other with". The LPGA star made the jump onto the course with retired Navy SEALs and a member of the Red Bull Air Force.

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  • Trump: Investigación sobre Rusia es la "mayor caza de brujas" en EEUU

    Trump denunció así que los medios de comunicación le están tratando peor que a "ningún político en la historia", pero aseguró que está haciendo "lo correcto" y que seguirá trabajando a favor de "los hombres y mujeres olvidados" del país. La crisis para el Gobierno de Donald Trump es cada vez más profunda, después de que en los últimos días se revelaran dudosas decisiones por parte del mandatario respecto al despido del director del FBI , quien lideraba las investigaciones sobre el caso ruso.

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  • Putin ofrece entregar la transcripción de la conversación entre Trump y Lavrov

    En enero, el Gobierno de Trump negó inicialmente cualquier contacto con funcionarios rusos durante la campaña del 2016. Este miércoles, el Fiscal General interino, Rod Rosenstein, determinó que "es de interés público que ejercite mi autoridad e indique un investigador especial para asumir responsabilidad en este caso", según indicó en una nota oficial.

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  • Putin offers Congress 'record' of Trump's disclosures to envoys

    FBI Director James Comey during the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence hearing on Russian actions during the 2016 election campaign, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, March 20, 2017. "You can't let them get you down". The letter specifically requests any "recordings, transcripts, notes, summaries, and memoranda" related to conversations between Comey and Trump.

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