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  • Pakistan says ICJ can't hear Kulbhushan Yadav's conviction case

    Against Jadhav's death penalty, India moved at the ICJ, alleging a violation of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations. Jadhav was sentenced to death by the Field General Court Martial (FGCM) last month for his alleged involvement in espionage and sabotage activities against Pakistan.

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  • Macron asume como el presidente más joven de Francia

    El nuevo presidente galo, alumno aventajado de un sistema que se ha propuesto transformar, ha asumido la jefatura del país con un mensaje de optimismo y cambio para Francia y Europa . Añadió que el mundo espera de su país "la audacia de la libertad, la exigencia de la igualdad y la voluntad de la fraternidad", pero se enfrenta al hecho de que desde hace décadas " Francia duda de sí misma" y de los principios que la han construido.

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  • Sweden Drops Rape Investigation Into Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange

    Sweden Drops Rape Investigation Into Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange

    But the Metropolitan police have maintained that Assange would be arrested if he left the embassy. "The road is far from over". He says says his battle is not over, and "the proper war is just commencing". Swedish director of public prosecutions Marianne Ny filed the motion to the Stockholm District Court on Friday, but Assange still faces arrest in the United Kingdom for failing to turn up to court.

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  • Tight race in Iran's presidential election

    Tight race in Iran's presidential election

    About 55 million people are eligible to vote in Iran, where the voting age is 18. The 56-year-old Raisi is said to be trusted by the country's most senior figure, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who as the holder of ultimate political, military, and religious power in Iran can easily derail a campaign or thwart the plans of a president.

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  • Germany rejects idea of joint euro bonds after Macron victory

    Germany rejects idea of joint euro bonds after Macron victory

    In the first round of the presidential election on April 23, Macron topped the vote with 24.01 percent, followed by Le Pen on 21.30 percent, in a crowded field of 11 candidates. "In these circumstances, it is especially important to overcome mutual distrust and unite efforts to ensure worldwide stability and security", he said .

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  • Donald Trump back to repeating 'no collusion'

    Donald Trump back to repeating 'no collusion'

    Spicer called former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates - who warned the White House on January 26 about Flynn's conversations with Russia's ambassador, Sergey Kislyak - a "political opponent of the president". First, Yates explained to him, it mattered that Flynn "lied to the vice president and others", because, as a effect, "the American public had been misled".

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  • Ryan: Special counsel won't interfere with Russian Federation probes on Hill

    In his earlier Twitter posts, Trump criticized the naming of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as a special counsel by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, an official he himself appointed. "Everybody, even my enemies, have said there is no collusion", he replied. Another answer on that subject seemed both more specific and perhaps ambiguous.

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  • Led Coalition Strikes Hit Syrian Army

    U.S. officials said the strike was purely a defensive measure. He said: "We are not increasing our role in the Syrian civil war". In the end, US fighters were forced to engage the Syrian force by launching airstrikes against the convoy.

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  • Daydream 2.0 Euphrates will come with some very welcome features

    Daydream 2.0 Euphrates will come with some very welcome features

    The latter caught Google's liking and now in standalone Daydream VR headsets, these Qualcomm processors have been integrated with Google's tracking technology. Nothing can snap you out of an immersive virtual reality (VR) experience faster than tripping over a cord, which is why VR companies have been scrambling to develop wireless systems.

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  • Tillerson: Trump weighs impact of embassy move on Middle East peace

    Israel's Channel 2 reported Monday that the us delegation rejected Israeli requests that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and an Israeli TV crew accompany President Donald Trump on his visit to the Western Wall. Trump pledged during his presidential campaign to relocate the embassy, telling the pro-Israel lobby group American Israel Public Affairs Committee in March 2016 that he wanted to "move the American embassy to the eternal capital of the Jewish people, Jerusalem ".

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  • Unemployment rates hit record lows in 3 states, including Texas

    We haven't seen an unemployment rate this low in almost nine years. A labour report released by the labour bureau shows that while the economy is growing a 7%, jobs increased by 1.1% past year, which means that the government has been facing a growing employment crisis across the country.

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  • Phone camera says what it sees (and lets Google know too)

    For example, Google demoed the act of being able to send money to users through Google Assistant. However, industry experts are little positive with Android GO. The Google I/O 2017 announcement about Google Assistant heading to the iPhone was expected, and the Vice President of Engineering, Scott Hoffman, took to the stage to announce Assistant is indeed coming to to Apple's iOS platform.

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  • Destiny 2 PC has uncapped framerate, FOV slider, 4K support

    The move to include Destiny 2 on Battle.net is something that could only have happened under the Activision banner, as both Blizzard and Bungie reside there for the time being. "We're not committed to a PC date yet, but at Bungie we're totally committed to making a PC build as great as we can", Smith shared. Destiny 2 is available for pre-order in three different editions.

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  • Reporter Manhandled by FCC Security

    Reporter Manhandled by FCC Security

    Federal Communications Commission officials said they apologized to a journalist today after the reporter accused FCC guards of "manhandling" him for trying to ask questions after a press conference ended. Donnelly told WTOP he waited to ask his question, because he was working on another story that wasn't the subject of the conference. "We apologized to Mr.

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  • Experts question North Korea role in WannaCry cyberattack

    But in vain. White House Homeland Security adviser Tom Bossert told reporters, "We are not aware of payments that have led to any data recovery". Security researchers say China's fondness for pirated software left it especially vulnerable to the latest global cyberattack.

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  • Felicity Jones Gets Engaged To Director Boyfriend

    Felicity Jones Gets Engaged To Director Boyfriend

    Felicity Jones is getting ready to tie the knot with boyfriend Charles Guard . In 2014, she spoke to The Telegraph about love and romance while promoting her movie The Theory of Everything (2014). "From what I can see from friends and relatives, women get stronger and more decisive from having children, they don't waste their time doing things they don't want to".

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  • Singapore Airlines Group annual net profit down 55%

    Singapore Airlines Group annual net profit down 55%

    SIA said the outlook is for further pressure on yields, as a result of "intense competition arising from excess capacity in major markets, alongside geopolitical and economic uncertainty". "It would be interesting to see how Singapore Air Group's transformation plans compare with Cathay's", said Ms Corrine Png, chief executive officer at Crucial Perspective Pte in Singapore .

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  • Roger Ailes, former Fox News chief, dies at 77

    Roger Ailes, former Fox News chief, dies at 77

    On Thursday, the network initially announced his death by citing the Drudge Report , which had published a statement from Ailes' wife, Elizabeth. I am profoundly sad and heartbroken to report that my husband, Roger Ailes , passed away this morning.

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  • Everyone can enjoy multiplayer games - and Minecraft

    Everyone can enjoy multiplayer games - and Minecraft

    Microsoft is also providing access to Minecraft: Xbox One Edition for free, which will allow all Xbox owners to jump into the action and find out what the game is all about. Until May 21, everyone around the world can play any Xbox games that they own online with friends and family, at no additional cost, on the Xbox One and Xbox 360.

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  • Christian sect attacks Congo prison, frees leader, 50 others

    Christian sect attacks Congo prison, frees leader, 50 others

    Dozens of prisoners escaped from a jail in Democratic Republic of Congo early Friday, less than 48 hours after rebels attacked Kinshasa's main prison, freeing their leader and 50 others. A police spokesperson told a local radio station, Radio Okapi, that the prisoners were risky, and called for anyone who saw them to tell the authorities.

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  • Here's What One Endangered Republican Said About Trump

    Some Republicans are calling for an independent investigation and one even mentioned impeachment. Reps. Justin Amash (R-Mich.), Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.), and Walter Jones (R-N.C.) have all said Trump's attempt to quash the Flynn investigation may constitute an impeachable offense.

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  • The US unveils new sanctions for an old enemy

    Mr Trump has consistently warned Iran over its missile activity, and has criticised the terms of the deal made by Mr Obama - at one point claiming his "number one priority" if elected would be "to dismantle the disastrous deal".But the other nations involved in the agreement - including China, Russia, and the United Kingdom - believe it is the best way to prevent Iran getting a nuclear weapon.

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  • Macron wins Merkel backing for bid to shake up Europe

    Macron wins Merkel backing for bid to shake up Europe

    The draft is expected to be approved by the SPD's party leadership next week and is likely to be adopted at a party congress on June 25. "We need to re-establish the European project", said the French president, who added that for this change to occur it is necessary to "repair the trust" in the "historic relationship" between Paris and Berlin, while Merkel spoke of giving the two countries a "new dynamic" and a "new push".

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  • Fox fires panelist Beckel for racially insensitive remark

    Fox fires panelist Beckel for racially insensitive remark

    Executives conducted an internal investigation, this person said, and chose to part ways with Beckel Friday morning. Attorney Douglas Wigdor, who is representing the IT worker and almost two dozen other Fox News employees who have sued the network for racial discrimination, said Beckel couldn't handle having a black man fix his computer.

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  • US Will Tighten Screws On North Korea, Says Nikki Haley

    US Will Tighten Screws On North Korea, Says Nikki Haley

    U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said in a press conference ahead of an emergency session of the New York-based Security Council following North Korea's latest ballistic missile test on Sunday, "We are willing to talk, but not until we see a total stop of the nuclear process and of any test there", referring to conditions for dialogue with Pyongyang.

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  • 'Too cold' to end winter fuel payments for Scottish pensioners

    Instead, May said that pensioners would be made to pay for their own social care in old age, possibly by unlocking the value of their homes. "There is a different backdrop in Scotland in relation to both winter and fuel and that's why we believe in the Scottish Conservatives it should continue as a universal benefit".

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