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  • Macri cierra acuerdos por U$S 15 mil millones

    Macri cierra acuerdos por U$S 15 mil millones

    En principio, las obras que tendrán financiamiento del gigante asiático son dos centrales nucleares, la financiación de la obra del tren San Martín y la construcción de una planta solar que permitirá generar energía renovable en Jujuy. Se estima que en el encuentro que se llevará a cabo entre ambos jefes de Estado, también se aborden las dos represas de Santa Cruz, la Néstor Kirchner y Jorge Cepernic, que se encuentran varadas en su construcción.

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  • Vladimir Putin rushes to Donald Trump's aid

    Former President Bill Clinton was impeached on grounds of perjury and obstruction of justice while he was in the White House, but the Senate acquitted him in 1999, which is what happened to then-President Andrew Johnson in 1868. Comey had previously refused to acknowledge the parallel Trump investigation, and his disclosure enrages Democrats who already blamed Comey for costing Clinton the presidency.

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  • Emmanuel Macron names conservative Edouard Philippe as new French prime minister

    Emmanuel Macron names conservative Edouard Philippe as new French prime minister

    Her father survived the Holocaust. Other appointments included Mr Francois Bayrou, the head of the centrist Modem party, as justice minister and Ms Marielle de Sarnez as junior Europe minister. In his busy first week, Macron is also set to meet EU Council President Donald Tusk in Paris later Wednesday as he tackles his top foreign priority of reforming the European Union.

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  • CIA Director Mike Pompeo to brief House intelligence panel

    CIA Director Mike Pompeo to brief House intelligence panel

    In the letter to Comey, Trump said the firing was necessary to restore "public trust and confidence" in the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "At no time were any intelligence sources or methods discussed, and no military operations were disclosed that were not already known publicly".

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  • WannaCry is your fault — Microsoft to NSA

    The firm is still working to establish attribution for the attacks, but Kalember pointed out that North Korean-backed Lazarus Group - the same hacker group linked to the WannaCry attacks - launched a similar cryptocurrency mining attack in late 2016.

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  • As Trump sets out, US and Saudi Arabia blacklist 'terrorist'

    As Trump sets out, US and Saudi Arabia blacklist 'terrorist'

    Saudi Arabia said on Friday it had blacklisted Hashem Safieddine, a prominent leader of the Lebanese Shi'ite Muslim group Hezbollah that is a close ally of Riyadh's arch-regional adversary Iran. He also spent time in an Egyptian prison before escaping during the 2011 Egyptian revolution. Saudi Arabia joined the U.S.in targeting Safieddine, who is said to oversee the financial empire of the Lebanon-based party.

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  • Syria says USA airstrike killed several soldiers near Jordan

    The US strike was the second deliberate military attack on forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. "Numerous" Syrian soldiers have been killed in a U.S. and its allies who back rebels fighting IS in the same area. A US Pentagon official stated that the convoy was attacked by an air strike in the southern region of the country near the Jordanian border.

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  • White House fights reports over Trump asking Comey to end Flynn probe

    White House fights reports over Trump asking Comey to end Flynn probe

    Comey said he replied that "I agree he is a good guy" but said nothing to Trump about limiting the investigation. The White House maintains that the memo is not an accurate portrayal of the conversation between Mr Trump and Mr Comey. Trump is responding to the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel to lead a probe of allegations that Trump's campaign collaborated with Russian Federation to sway the election.

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  • 2 killed in West Virginia cargo plane crash

    2 killed in West Virginia cargo plane crash

    Almost two dozen emergency vehicles lined the runway as emergency crews tried to reach the crash site from above and below, Yeager airport spokesman Mike Plante said. They also had difficulty accessing the scene because it was in a wooded area. It took off from an airport in Louisville at 5:41 a.m. Friday. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the incident.

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  • Harry Kane expects Tottenham stars to stay

    The 22-year-old took to Twitter on Tuesday afternoon to post an image in which he is pictured alongside Spurs teammate Ben Davies in the aftermath of Sunday's finale 2-1 win against Manchester United before the bulldozers moved in at the historic venue.

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  • Two US aircraft carriers set for drills in East Sea

    Two US aircraft carriers set for drills in East Sea

    Charles Williams said in a statement to the press. The U.S. Navy is moving a second aircraft carrier to the Korean Peninsula to take part in training exercises. Another U.S. naval strike group, led by the USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), has been also operating in waters near Korea since late last month. President Trump warned in April there is a chance of "a major, major conflict with North Korea" in response to increased missile-testing activity from the country.

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  • UK police say Assange still faces arrest

    The Swedish Prosecution Authority said in a statement Friday that Marianne Ny "has chose to discontinue the investigation". She told a news conference in Stockholm that the investigation could be reopened if Assange returns to Sweden before the statute of limitations lapses in 2020.

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  • Microsoft Co. (MSFT) Shares Sold by Greenwood Capital Associates LLC

    Kernodle & Katon Asset Management Group LLC now owns 2,067 shares of the software giant's stock valued at $136,000 after buying an additional 11 shares during the period. ABR value is precisely based on brokerage recommendations, where out of 23 brokerage recommendations 18 rate Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT ) stock a Strong Buy, 0 rate the stocks of the company a Buy, 4 rate Hold, 1 rate Sell and 0 recommend a Strong Sell.

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  • FBI inquiry is 'greatest witch hunt' in history

    At first, the administration said President Donald Trump based his decision on the memor when he fired Comey last week, The memo criticized the FBI's handling of the investigation into a private email server used by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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  • Trump Plans To Sideline Spicer In Press Briefings

    Trump Plans To Sideline Spicer In Press Briefings

    The bad-news stories slammed into the White House in pitiless succession yesterday, leaving President Trump's battle-scarred West Wing aides staring at their flat screens in glassy-eyed shock. Fox News anchor Kimberly Guilfoyle recently hinted that the White House was looking for a new press secretary and her name was up for consideration for the post .

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  • Macron win brings sigh of relief from business circles

    Macron win brings sigh of relief from business circles

    Even if the world's sixth-biggest economy is still weighed down by fundamental weaknesses, it has been enjoying a breath of fresh air recently. Macron is a former investment banker who was projected as the pro-business and pro-EU candidate, contrary to his opponent Le Pen who had declared that France would exit European Union if she won.

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  • Dutch king reveals secret job as KLM pilot

    Dutch king reveals secret job as KLM pilot

    You have responsibility for them. "So I don't have to say my name". 'But most people don't listen anyway, ' he added. 'You can't take your problems from the ground into the skies. The Sultan of Brunei is known to fly his own Boeing 747, while in New Zealand the closest we have seem to have come to royalty at the joystick is the sight of former All Black skipper Richie McCaw at the controls of a helicopter.

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  • McCain: Turkish ambassador should get 'the hell out'

    McCain: Turkish ambassador should get 'the hell out'

    Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has accused a senior USA diplomat of backing Kurdish militants and said he should be sent home. The incident happened in front of the Turkish ambassador's residence. So it might remain for the State Department to toss out anyone connected to the incident - at least to demonstrate that here no one is above the law.

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  • Corbyn might not do TV debates if May declines them

    Corbyn might not do TV debates if May declines them

    The three-time general election victor confirmed earlier this week that he intends to vote for Labour on Thursday, June 8, but said the party is destined for failure unless it makes holding the government to account over Brexit the most important issue in its campaign.

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  • FIFA utilizará tecnología en estos tres torneos internacionales

    FIFA utilizará tecnología en estos tres torneos internacionales

    El sistema también se utilizará durante el Mundial Juvenil Sub-20 de Corea del Sur y en la Copa Mundial de Clubes 2017, que se celebrará en los Emiratos Árabes Unidos. La serie de protocolos fue elaborada por el Subcomité Técnico del IFAB, con el apoyo del Departamento de Innovación Tecnológica de la FIFA , y después de los pertinentes debates con el panel consultivo futbolístico y el panel consultivo técnico, además de las federaciones de fútbol, las ligas , otros deportes y los ...

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  • Medicaid expansion linked to better care access, better health

    A 60-year-old with the same income, meanwhile, would see premiums go up 46% from the Affordable Care Act to $7,430 after the $4,000 tax credit under the American Health Care Act. Before the Affordable Care Act, it was hard to buy an individual health insurance policy for those who were pregnant, had sleep apnea or diabetes, among other problems.

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  • Flynn's lawyer says he won't answer subpoena

    Nina Ginsberg, a veteran Washington defense attorney with extensive experience in national security cases, said that without an ironclad immunity deal from the committee, Flynn would be exposed to questioning from investigators about any personal documents he gave up.

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  • Senate intel chair backtracks on claim Flynn won't honor subpoena

    Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., told reporters on Capitol Hill that the committee, which is investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 election, is evaluating its next steps. Flynn, who had worked as Trump's national security adviser during the campaign and served in the White House for less than a month, has been at the center of the controversy.

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  • Syria, allies condemn attack by US-led coalition

    But a statement on Syrian state news agency Sana said that the air strikes at 16:30 (13:30 GMT) on Thursday had targeted one of the "military points" of its army. The U.S. -led coalition said the convoy that was attacked consisted of Syrian and Iranian-backed militias. When the forces did not respond, the commander called for an airstrike.

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  • USA air strikes hit Syrian militias

    USA air strikes hit Syrian militias

    Meanwhile, a military source said the strike reveals the real scheme by the USA and Zionist entity against Syria. Russia has condemned a USA coalition attack on Wednesday that it claims had hit civilians, Russian news agencies reported .

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