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  • Publicly-owned utilities will cut bills by £220 annually, says Labour

    Publicly-owned utilities will cut bills by £220 annually, says Labour

    Many in the Labour Party will also view Mr MCluskey's gloomy forecast as a lowering of expectations so the Labour leader can cling to power after 8 June until a younger left-wing successor can be found. In what its leader Jeremy Corbyn called "a blueprint of what Britain could be", Labour promised to renationalize rail and mail services and water utilities and take some of the energy sector into public hands to better control prices.

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  • Joe Biden says he could be open to presidential run

    Joe Biden says he could be open to presidential run

    Biden also made allusion to the state of the country, President Obama went eight years "without a single scandal", Biden said to applause. Biden also spoke of his decision not to run for president in the 2016 election. No one should run for president unless they think they can do that. With eight years as Vice President and almost four decades as a DE senator under his belt, the presidency seemed the natural and inevitable next step for Joe Biden .

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  • UC moves to limit nonresident enrollment

    UC moves to limit nonresident enrollment

    Regents on Thursday will also vote on a proposal to cap nonresident undergraduate enrollment, a controversial subject for a public university system that benefits from higher out-of-state tuition. The auditor also accused the president's office of interfering with her audit - a charge Napolitano denies, while acknowledging her office should have handled the situation better and apologizing for the "misimpression" it created.

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  • Anthony Weiner expected to plead guilty in sexting case

    Anthony Weiner expected to plead guilty in sexting case

    The FBI began investigating Weiner in September after the North Carolina girl told the Daily Mail that she and the disgraced former politician had exchanged lewd messages for several months. But Clinton partly blamed her election loss to Republican Donald Trump on Comey's announcement. Weiner , the former Democratic congressman whose "sexting" scandals ended his political career and embroiled him in a tumultuous F.B.I.

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  • Amarillo's Peace Officers Memorial Day Remembrance

    Amarillo's Peace Officers Memorial Day Remembrance

    Kennedy in 1962. Monday's service was dedicated to 394 officers who died in the line of duty in 2016, and whose names will be inscribed on the wall of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, in Washington's Judiciary Square. "We place a great responsibility on our law enforcement officers", Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan said. "In the Vice President's opening remarks, he reiterated the Trump administration's commitment to standing with the men and women of law enforcement "without ...

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  • Corte Suprema de Brasil ordena suspender el mandato del senador Aécio Neves

    Las revelaciones de Batista y su hermano Wesley llegaron hasta el presidente Michel Temer , quien en otra grabación, según O Globo , aparece negociando un soborno de 2 millones de reales a cambio del silencio de Eduardo Cunha, expresidente de la Cámara de Diputados e impulsor del impeachment a Dilma Rousseff, quien se encuentra encarcelado desde octubre del año pasado.

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  • Identificado el presunto responsable del atropello múltiple en Times Square

    Identificado el presunto responsable del atropello múltiple en Times Square

    Según algunas fuentes policiales, el atropello múltiple posiblemente se debió a que el conductor del vehículo estaba bajo los efectos del alcohol . Decenas de ambulancias, carros de bomberos y coches policiales acudieron rápidamente al lugar del hecho. La policía de Nueva York identificó al conductor del vehículo que este jueves causó la muerte de una persona y heridas a otras 22, en una colisión en la intersección de Times Square, como un latino de nombre Richard Rojas.

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  • Relatores de CIDH y ONU condenan crimen de Valdez

    Relatores de Naciones Unidas y de la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos ( CIDH ) condenaron de manera enérgica el reciente asesinato del periodista Javier Valdez Cárdenas, corresponsal de La Jornada y cofundador del semanario Ríodoce , de Sinaloa , y llamaron al gobierno de México a una "acción inmediata" para poner fin al ciclo de violencia contra periodistas.

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  • FedEx hit by 'WannaCry' ransomware

    NHS Digital has announced updated guidelines on protecting against future cyber-attacks including instructions to install a patch to protect systems against further attacks and malicious viruses. But NHS Digital said it had made health trusts aware last month of IT protection that could have prevented the attack. But on Tuesday afternoon the trust confirmed the services would return to normal tomorrow morning.

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  • EEUU inicia proceso para renegociar el TLCAN

    EEUU inicia proceso para renegociar el TLCAN

    A diferencia del tono usado en la campaña presidencial en la que Trump amenazó incluso con una salida de Estados Unidos del acuerdo , la carta de Lighthizer tiene un tono más conciliador diciendo que con la modernización del TLC buscarán empleos de altos salarios en Estados Unidos y hacer crecer la economía .

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  • "No renunciaré" — Michel Temer

    Un comunicado de la Presidencia señala que el presidente Michel Temer jamás solicitó pagos para obtener el silencio del exdiputado Cunha . Tras escuchar las palabras del actual presidente de Brasil, el ministro de Cultura, Roberto Freire, presentó su renuncia y fue el segundo en abandonar el barco.

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  • Comey prepared extensively for his conversations with Trump, report says

    In an interview, Mr Chaffetz said he wasn't prejudging the case. A timeline recently passed out to members of Congress said that because the operation would not be executed until after Trump was in office, Rice asked for Trump to sign off on it, but Flynn said to wait, and he ultimately rejected the plan, reports McClatchy's Vera Bergengruen .

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  • 1 killed, 22 injured in Times Square fatal auto incident

    1 killed, 22 injured in Times Square fatal auto incident

    The crash happened about 9 a.m. Arizona time. "There ones who were critical, they were taking them fast, going on their way, and getting out of here as fast as possible", another witness said. After the auto struck a barricade and stopped, the driver climbed out of his vehicle, Ms Lowe said. The White House said President Donald Trump was briefed about the situation.

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  • After listening to tape Temer says probe should be shelved

    After listening to tape Temer says probe should be shelved

    A leading newspaper says Temer was caught on tape endorsing payments to buy the silence of a former ally caught up in Brazil's massive "Car Wash" corruption investigation."The news sent stocks into a tailspin, amid investor fears that Temer will now be unable to carry through his long plans to overhaul pension and labor laws - and pull Brazil's economy out of deep recession." Temer denies wrongdoing, but his political support is ebbing, and his ratings are in single figures".

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  • Man who ran over pedestrians was 'hearing voices'

    Man who ran over pedestrians was 'hearing voices'

    A speeding auto crashed into pedestrians on a sidewalk in New York City's busy Times Square on Thursday, killing one person and injuring at least 12, and police said the incident did not appear to be an act of terrorism, witnesses, police and news media said.

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  • ICJ orders Pakistan to stay Jadhav execution

    Jadhav. As if they are not enough, the PTI official went on to press the premier to clarify why his government assigned the task to a lawyer who has never argued a case independently before the International Court of Justice and what compelled his government to send a first-year associate from the Attorney General's office instead of AG himself.

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  • Trump claims 'witch hunt' as special counsel takes lead

    Trump claims 'witch hunt' as special counsel takes lead

    Asked point-blank if he'd done anything that might merit prosecution or even impeachment, he said no and then added concerning the allegations and questions that have mounted as he nears the four-month mark of his presidency: "I think it's totally ridiculous".

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  • Tehran's mayor drops out of Iran's presidential election to back hard-liner

    Iran's presidential election is seen as a referendum on Hassan Rouhani's outreach to Western nations and the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, which lifted crippling worldwide sanctions. We believe Rouhani is poised to win because of his favorable economic program, openness to Iran's civil society, relationships with the United States and other global partners, and his current political position compared to the alternative candidates.

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  • Temer no renunciará pese a ser investigado por corrupción

    Temer no renunciará pese a ser investigado por corrupción

    Temer niega los reportes periodísticos que afirman que autorizó sobornos para silenciar a Eduardo Cunha , el expresidente de la cámara baja del Congreso brasileño y testigo clave en el enorme escándalo de corrupción Lava Jato. La tensión no se redujo por la negativa de Temer . Entretanto, ocho legisladores ya presentaron pedidos de 'impeachment' y varios partidos, incluyendo algunos que votaron por la destitución de Rousseff , se aprestan a pedir el mismo tratamiento contra Temer , ...

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  • Backed forces prepare for final push on IS-held Raqa

    Yet analysts warn that Trump - even if he wanted to - can not simply promise Erdogan that Gulen will be extradited as the process depends on the independent American judicial system. The Turks say they have heard that story before, in liberated northern towns such as Manbij and Jarabulus, which remain under YPG control. He [Trump] is looking at the situation in Iraq and Syria through the information fed by them.

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  • Times Square: Choque múltiple deja un muerto y 13 heridos

    Times Square: Choque múltiple deja un muerto y 13 heridos

    El auto se encontraba en la plaza, ligeramente volcando y saliendo humo desde abajo El gobernador de Nueva York, Andrew Cuomo , y el alcalde de la ciudad, Bill De Blasio , se apersonaron en el lugar del atropellamiento . O´Neill. Autoridades policiales informaron que cuatro de los heridos que fueron trasladados a hospitales cercanos se encuentran en estado crítico, tres graves y 15 presentan heridas leves.

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  • US maintains Iran nuclear deal sanctions relief

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration took a key step Wednesday toward preserving the Obama-era nuclear deal with Iran, coupling the move with fresh ballistic missile sanctions to show it isn't going light on the Islamic republic. On January 13, the USA imposed sanctions on 13 people and 12 entities in relation to Iran's ballistic missile programme. The US State Department said however that a blockade of Iranian oil exports would remain lifted under the 2015 nuclear agreement between ...

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  • Boko Haram bombers attack University of Maiduguri again

    Boko Haram bombers attack University of Maiduguri again

    NAIJ.com earlier reported that a similar attack occurred at the institution when the attacker entered the university through the back gate with the aim of penetrating the school before being gunned down dead by a vigilant soldier. An explosion was heard in the scholol premises at about 11pm while another bomber detonated at about 12am, it was gathered. The latest attack comes just five days after a security personnel was killed when suicide bomber detonated his vest in the school.

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