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  • Ford updates its 2016 vehicles to support Android Auto and Apple CarPlay

    Ford updates its 2016 vehicles to support Android Auto and Apple CarPlay

    Then your Ford vehicle will periodically connect to the designated WI-Fi network (which means the one whose settings are saved within the vehicle's settings) to check for updates. Android Auto is already available on all 2017 models, and this update brings the platform to around 800,000 additional vehicles. Now, Ford has some decent news for 2016 model year owners: CarPlay and Android Auto is now available by way of a free update via Wi-Fi, a USB drive, or by visiting a dealership.

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  • Evo increpa a Almagro por no hablar de México

    Evo increpa a Almagro por no hablar de México

    Asimismo, se solidarizó con la familia de Valdez, el diario La Jornada y el pueblo mexicano. Recordó que el pasado lunes Javier Valdez Cárdenas , galardonado con el Premio Internacional de Libertad de Prensa, y Jonathan Rodríguez Córdova, fueron asesinados a tiros, mientras que Sonia Córdova resultó gravemente herida.

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  • EU demands urgent talks with Washington over airline laptop ban

    EU demands urgent talks with Washington over airline laptop ban

    As it became known to Fox News, U.S. officials suggested the airlines to "be ready" to ensure that the ban on transportation electronics to be distributed on non-stop flights to the United States from other regions, including Europe. Earlier this year on March 21, the U.S. had prohibited travelers from carrying electronic devices bigger than the smartphone into the cabins of flights taking-off from eight countries .

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  • Malaysia's April consumer prices rise 4.4pc y/y, below forecast

    That meant pay, adjusted for inflation, fell by 0.2% in the first three months of the year, the first fall since the third quarter of 2014. Excluding oil prices and other volatile components such as food, core consumer price inflation rose to 2.4 percent, the strongest rate since March 2013 and above economists' expectations for a 2.2 percent rise.

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  • German leaders court migrants from Russia ahead of election

    German leaders court migrants from Russia ahead of election

    On Tuesday, he and Philippe had been expected to finalize and announce a government which Macron says will bridge France's entrenched left-right divide and breathe new life into the country's jaded political landscape. Among the people tipped for cabinet jobs are conservative ex-agriculture minister Bruno Le Maire, centrist MEP Sylvie Goulard, Lyon's Socialist Mayor Gerard Collomb and popular outgoing Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian.

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  • President Trump to embark on first foreign trip as president

    The White House hasn't released any comprehensive FLOTUS' itinerary, citing security concerns. "He strongly believes that it is the strength of the faith of people in these religions that will stand up and ultimately be victorious over these forces of terrorism", Tillerson said.

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  • De infarto murió el comandante de la Armada Nacional, Leonardo Santamaría

    De infarto murió el comandante de la Armada Nacional, Leonardo Santamaría

    El ministro de Defensa, Luis Carlos Villegas , adelantaría su viaje a Bogotá desde Estados Unidos, donde acompaña al presidente Juan Manuel Santos en su gira diplomática ante el Gobierno norteamericano. "A su familia toda mi solidaridad", dijo el ministro de Defensa, en su cuenta de Twitter. Representó al país ante la Organización Hidrográfica Internacional (OHI) y la Comisión de Viña del Mar, desempeñándose además como representante y miembro de la Organización Marítima Internacion al ...

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  • Times Square vehicle crash driver, a US Navy veteran who "heard voices"

    A auto ploughed into a crowd of pedestrians in New York's Times Square on Thursday, leaving a young woman dead and injuring at least 22 other people in what officials said was an accident. "I didn't know what was going on. I was scared for my life". An injured pedestrian told Reuters that the driver, who was taken into custody following the incident, appeared to have intentionally mowed down the pedestrians.

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  • Cazas chinos interceptan un avión militar de EEUU

    Cazas chinos interceptan un avión militar de EEUU

    Popularmente llamado " husmeador ", está diseñado para buscar señales de actividad nuclear en la atmósfera. "Aunque todavía estamos investigando el incidente, los informes preliminares de la tripulación estadounidense caracterizan a la interceptación como nada profesional", indicó la Fuerza Aérea.

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  • How to Shield Your System Against WannaCry Ransomware Attack

    As mentioned, blame is starting to be levied against Microsoft for not patching older versions of Windows with new firewalls or the NSA for letting these exploits sit. Microsoft requires Windows 10 customers to automatically update their computers, but some people with older PCs disabled automatic updates. For a full description of ransomware and how it can be stopped, see here.

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

    President Donald Trump's administration is considering appointing Joe Lieberman, the former Democratic vice presidential candidate, to fill former FBI Director James Comey's vacant position. Several candidates have withdrawn from consideration: Rep. Trey Gowdy , R-S.C.; Cornyn; Alice Fisher, the former head of the Justice Department's criminal division; and Michael Garcia, a former US attorney from Manhattan.

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  • Wall Street cierra con máximos históricos tras aumento de precio de petróleo

    Wall Street cierra con máximos históricos tras aumento de precio de petróleo

    Otra acusación es que Trump compartió información sensible con las autoridades de Moscú. La agitación política también impacta a la Bolsa mexicana, que sigue el comportamiento de sus pares en Wall Street . Las acciones de los bancos lideraron el retroceso con una caída de 3,2 por ciento. Bank of America perdió 5,9%. En Europa , uno de los menos afectados ayer, el FTSE de Londres hoy es uno de los que más cae , con 1,21%, mientras que encabezando las bajas está el IBEX de Madrid , que ...

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  • Excongresista que envió textos a una menor irá a la cárcel

    El FBI comenzó a investigar a Weiner en septiembre después de que una adolescente de 15 años de Carolina del Norte dijera en una entrevista con el tabloide Daily Mail que había chateado con el expolítico caído en desgracia e intercambiado mensajes lascivos por varios meses.

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  • Macri muestra a Xi Jinping un vídeo de un golazo suyo — Vídeo

    Macri muestra a Xi Jinping un vídeo de un golazo suyo — Vídeo

    El mandatario chino y su esposa ofrecerán una comida en el Salón Dorado en honor a Macri y a su esposa, Juliana Awada . Entre los proyectos se incluyen inversiones energéticas, financiamiento para la recuperación del tren San Martín, un protocolo de seguridad alimenticio y la construcción de dos nuevas centrales nucleares.

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  • Suspect in deadly Times Square mayhem charged with murder

    It was unclear when Rojas, who was in custody, would get a lawyer or be arraigned. Witnesses said the motorist mounted the sidewalk in a burgundy Honda saloon auto and sped along more than three city blocks, knocking people over before the vehicle hit a pole and came to rest at 45th Street and Broadway in Midtown Manhattan.

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  • Soldiers in Ivory Coast reject government proposal to end mutiny

    Soldiers in Ivory Coast reject government proposal to end mutiny

    I heard the shooting. The Military Chief of Staff, General Sekou Toure, issued a statement announcing the new offensive as loyalist soldiers advanced on Bouake, Al Jazeera reported Sunday night. Shots were also heard from the Gallieni camp in the centre of the city. The 8,400 mutineers, majority former rebels who said they were promised bonuses for fighting to bring President Alassane Ouattara to power, received 5m CFA francs (£6,500) each to end the January uprising.

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  • Mueren dos tras chocar contra poste en Azcapotzalco

    Mueren dos tras chocar contra poste en Azcapotzalco

    Una vez más el exceso de velocidad dejó una trágica historia. El auto volcó en una curva, por lo que los cuerpos de dos de los jóvenes quedaron sobre la carpeta asfáltica, mientras que los otros dos fueron reportados graves. Los cadáveres fueron llevados al anfiteatro ministerial de la demarcación para después ser trasladados al Instituto de Ciencias Forenses (INCIFO) para practicarles la necropsia de ley.

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  • Donald Trump denuncia que es víctima de una cacería de brujas

    En un primer tuit el mandatario escribió: "Con todos los actos ilegales que tuvieron lugar durante la campaña de Clinton y la Administración Obama, ¡nunca se nombró a un consejero especial". En declaraciones a la prensa tras reunirse con el fiscal general adjunto de Estados Unidos , Rod Rosenstein , Blumenthal contó que el ex director del FBI , Robert Mueller llevará a cabo una investigación sobre "acusaciones penales que son extremadamente graves, incluida una posible obstrucción al ...

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  • Integran comité de seguridad para activistas y periodistas en Tamaulipas

    Integran comité de seguridad para activistas y periodistas en Tamaulipas

    Solo durante los primeros cinco meses del año han caído víctima de las balas siete periodistas . Subrayó que su Gobierno 'se ha distinguido por ser respetuoso de la libertad de expresión'. El autor de la publicación, Gerardo Cruz Reyes, cita datos de la Fiscalía Especial para la Atención de Delitos cometidos contra la Libertad de Expresión (Feadle), los cuales evidencian que de julio del 2010 a agosto del 2016 se han integrado 798 averiguaciones previas, mismas que han decantado en 101 ...

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  • Corte Suprema de Brasil abre investigación contra Temer

    Según la prensa brasileña, hasta siete partidos que forman la actual base del Gobierno podrían retirarle el apoyo a Temer a raíz del escándalo, que ha provocado que la Corte Suprema abriera hoy una investigación contra el mandatario. "Frente a la gravedad del escenario y con la responsabilidad de no dejar que Brasil se sumerja en lo imponderable, sólo nos resta la renuncia del presidente", declaró el senador Ronaldo Caiado, del partido Demócrata, que integra la coalición de gobierno.

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  • China's Xi says willing to put South Korea ties back on track

    China's Xi says willing to put South Korea ties back on track

    In a separate meeting with Lee on Friday, China's top diplomat Yang Jiechi said China "hopes that South Korea can respect China's major concerns [and] appropriately resolve the THAAD issue", Xinhua reported. Seoul and Washington have argued that the missile system is aimed at North Korean aggression, while China sees it as a threat to its own security.

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  • New footage shows Erdogan watching Washington brawl

    New footage shows Erdogan watching Washington brawl

    As the violence broke out, videos from the confrontation quickly spread on social media showing Erdogan's bodyguards pummeling people, even kicking people in the face. John McCain (R - AZ) is demanding the USA throw Turkey's Ambassador " the hell out of the United States of America " after security working for Turkey's president attacked American protesters.

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  • Trump talks of engagement to resolve North Korea crisis

    But a senior North Korean diplomat has said Pyongyang was open to having talks with Washington under the right conditions. China says its influence has been exaggerated and has called on South Korea and the U.S.to end large-scale wargames seen as threatening by North Korea in exchange for the North suspending its missile launches and nuclear tests.

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  • 'I was a little bit surprised' over backlash against Comey's firing

    'I was a little bit surprised' over backlash against Comey's firing

    The BBC's Laura Bicker in Washington says Mr Trump was referring to a private White House dinner in January during which the president claims Mr Comey assured him he was not being investigated over alleged links to Russian Federation. "I guess I was a little bit surprised, because all of the Democrats, I mean, they hated Jim Comey", Trump said. Comey oversaw the FBI's investigation of alleged Russian meddling in the election.

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  • China pledges $122 billion for OBOR

    China pledges $122 billion for OBOR

    Chinese President Xi Jinping , right, and Russian President Vladimir Putin wave as leaders pose for a family photo during the Belt and Road Forum at meeting's venue on Yanqi Lake just outside Beijing , China, Monday, May 15, 2017. "On Saturday, Pakistan and China inked new deals worth almost $500 million, covering airport, sea port and highway construction". "As we connect Xinjiang with Gawadar and Karachi, we are not only connecting two nations, but on a much broader scale, two regions, ...

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