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  • Meet Amazon's Newest Home Automation Device: Echo Show

    The Echo Show is touch screen display, something that was missing from its predecessor. Essentially, people can use the screen on the Echo show as a digital photo frame by pulling pictures stored on Prime Photos, and when it's playing songs from Amazon Music, it'll put the lyrics up on-screen.

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  • Roadside bomb kills 11; attacks kill 10 Afghan policeman

    Roadside bomb kills 11; attacks kill 10 Afghan policeman

    The forces also seized weapons and defused several roadside bombs planted by militants during the raids launched in 17 of the country's 34 provinces, the statement said. Earlier, a Policeman shot dead five of his colleagues in eastern Nangarhar province last night. He added that after the shootings, the attacker, whose name was only given as Nasratullah, collected his victims' firearms and fled the scene.

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  • Guillier estaría evaluando no asistir a ceremonia de proclamación del PPD

    Guillier estaría evaluando no asistir a ceremonia de proclamación del PPD

    En la cita también se vivió un "laguista" lapsus de Girardi, quien le dijo a la prensa que respaldaba la candidatura de Ricardo Lagos, esto hasta que un periodista le hizo ver que tenía a su lado a Alejandro Guillier . Con el respaldo del PPD , Guillier tiene el apoyo de todos los partidos de la Nueva Mayoría, salvo el de la Democracia Cristiana, agrupación que resolvió llegar a primera vuelta con Carolina Goic.

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  • Entró en vigencia ley que limita aplicación del 2×1 — Argentina

    Luego del escándalo generado por la afiliación de represores al beneficio del 2x1, la Corte Suprema de Justicia prepara un nuevo pronunciamiento que actúe como una refundación del cuerpo. A menos de 48 horas de su sanción, la norma fue publicada en el Boletín Oficial este viernes. Durante el debate, el presidente provisional del Senado, Federico Pinedo , afirmó que "la ley del 2 x 1 fue un hecho desgraciado" y que el proyecto en debate para impedir que ese cómputo aplique a delitos de ...

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  • Suspenden el tarifazo de luz decretado por Vidal

    Suspenden el tarifazo de luz decretado por Vidal

    El fallo aclara que la suspensión de la mencionada resolución no afectará a los beneficiarios de la tarifa social, a los denominados "electrodependientes" y a las entidades de bien público, que tienen un régimen distinto. En su presentación ante la Justicia, la Defensoría denunció que este incremento provoca serias afectaciones, al no haberse respetado el derecho constitucional al resguardo de los intereses económicos de los consumidores.

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  • Times Square crash suspect court-martialed

    Times Square crash suspect court-martialed

    Police say a 26-year-old U.S. Navy veteran with two prior arrests for driving while intoxicated has been taken in custody after his vehicle plowed into 23 pedestrians in Times Square, killing one of them. The officials weren't authorized to speak publicly and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. Two law enforcement officials say Rojas told police he was hearing voices and expected to die.

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  • Conservatives extend lead in ORB poll ahead of national election

    Conservatives extend lead in ORB poll ahead of national election

    UKIP lost all but one of the more than 100 council seats it held, as voters switched to the Conservatives now that UKIP's main goal had been achieved. The Copeland councillor, of Moresby Parks, will again face Conservative candidate Mrs Harrison in the general election, who served just two months in Parliament before the upcoming election was called by her party.

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  • United Nations court stays Pakistan's execution of Indian spy

    The ruling triggered criticism of the Pakistan Foreign Office for handling the case poorly, and also for its choice of UK-based Khawar Qureshi, who represented Pakistan's case before the ICJ. Hamdani told DunyaNews that the ICJ took up India's matter on an urgent basis because Pakistan hadn't assured it that it wouldn't "hang Jadhav before the hearing is over".

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  • Kushner's sister woos wealthy Chinese investors

    This offers foreigners permanent residency - commonly known as a green card - in exchange for investment of at least half a million dollars in a USA business that must also create 10 American jobs. The real estate company has said Jared Kushner, who is married to Ivanka Trump, has no role in the firm's management or operations. Originally created with the goal of generating jobs, the program has become extremely popular with foreign elites, especially the Chinese, as a sort of golden ticket ...

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  • More bugs may be released: Hacking group

    The group first appeared online in August and claimed that it had access to the arsenal of a cyberespionage group known in the security industry as the Equation, widely believed to be a hacking division of the NSA. But the naming of Windows 10 specifically will undoubtedly set Microsoft, its partners and corporations using the latest version of Windows, which until now has been unaffected by WannaCry, on edge.

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  • Muere policía luego de balacera en la GAM; detienen a tres

    Muere policía luego de balacera en la GAM; detienen a tres

    Madero. Policías en la zona donde ocurrió la balacera. Según los primeros reportes, los agentes llegaron a la calle Cabo Finisterre, en la colonia pueblo de Santiago Atzacoalco, luego de recibir una llamada al 911 solicitando auxilio. Al parecer cuando los presuntos delincuentes se sintieron acorralados empezaron a disparar sus armas contra los uniformados. En la zona permanece una fuerte presencia policiaca, se espera el arribo de peritos de la Procuraduría capitalina.

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  • Liberals hang on to win BC's first minority government in 65 years

    Kathryn Harrison, also a political science professor at UBC, said the Greens must weigh the risks of either choice but the Liberals may wait to do any negotiating until the final ballot count is released, which must happen by May 24. Our way is to inspire people to get out to vote. "He's a smart, thoughtful, reasonable guy, and so we've found places where we can work together".

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  • French Jews 'relieved' Macron won, anxious over Le Pen's gains

    French Jews 'relieved' Macron won, anxious over Le Pen's gains

    Merkel said Macron "carries the hopes of millions" in Europe, speaking ahead of the upcoming G7 and G20 summits in which European Union nations will now be able to present a united front against Trump's protectionist stance. If opinion polls are right, Macron may actually end up having a parliament largely sympathetic to his agenda at a time when the European economy - and the French one in particular - appear to be gaining momentum.

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  • Ottawa inflation rate holds steady at 1.6% in April

    Ottawa inflation rate holds steady at 1.6% in April

    The Bank of Canada's "common" core rate was 1.3 percent in April, the "median" core rate was 1.6 percent and the "trim" measure was 1.3 percent. Saskatchewan's annual inflation rate sped up to 1.4 per cent last month after rising just 0.6 per cent in March.

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  • AAP Shows How EVM ' Vote Rigging' Works

    He said he could find out from an EVM ROM which party a particular voter had polled for and the sequence in which votes were cast. The AAP fared poorly in the polls, which were largely won by the Bharatiya Janata Party. The date of the proposed challenge would be decided after the all-party meeting. Bharadwaj also condemned the enquiry report of the Election Commission of India (ECI) saying that it had no basis.

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  • Condenado por matar a un hincha que gritó un gol

    Condenado por matar a un hincha que gritó un gol

    Tanto la Fiscalía, que había acusado a Gustavo Olivera, de 53 años , del "homicidio agravado por alevosía" de Eduardo Cicchino , de 26, como la querella que representa a los familiares de la víctima, habían solicitado la pena de prisión perpetua.

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  • US officials criticize Turkey after attack on DC protesters

    It said they chanted anti-Erdogan slogans, and that Erdogan's team moved in to disperse them because "police did not heed to Turkish demands to intervene". Patrick Leahy's tweet said "We've got to come back to American values". Investigators with the Metropolitan Police Department are working with the Secret Service and the State Department to identify the people on the videos.

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  • Russian FM mocks USA media over intelligence-sharing reports

    Russian FM mocks USA media over intelligence-sharing reports

    The comment came after the Washington Post reported that Trump told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador to the United States Sergei Kislyak information about a terror threat involving laptops on airplanes. Known so far is that Trump shared with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador a plot being hatched by ISIS, but NBC reveals more specifics about the plot as well as details the intelligence community (IC) is asking it and other media outlets not to reveal.

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  • PERÚ: Lava Jato: ¿Cuándo se conocerá la sentencia a Lula da Silva?

    Lula, que moldeó su figura como el presidente dispuesto a luchar por los derechos de las clases más necesitadas, deberá comparecer ante el juez Sergio Moro en la lucha contra la corrupción: el ex mandatario brasileño, que quiere volver al poder en 2018, está sospechado de ser una de las piezas clave de la megacausa " Lava Jato ".

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  • "Ningún político ha sido tratado más injustamente", se quejó Trump

    El representante originario de Texas insistió hoy en que, bajo la Constitución estadounidense , "nadie debe estar por encima de la ley", y tampoco el actual presidente, quien, a su parecer, cometió con su decisión de despedir a Comey la semana pasada un acto "impugnable" y la Cámara Baja debe presentar cargos al respecto.

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  • President Trump Holds Press Conference With Colombia's President Before Overseas Trip

    President Trump Holds Press Conference With Colombia's President Before Overseas Trip

    But the swirling questions about his conduct were clearly on his mind when he told graduates at the US Coast Guard Academy in CT that "no politician in history, and I say this with great surety, has been treated worse or more unfairly". "Russia is fine, but whether it's Russian Federation or anybody else, my total priority, believe me, is the United States of America". Mr Ryan said Congress needs to get the facts, but "it is obvious there are some people out there who want to harm the ...

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  • Trump welcomes Colombia's president to the White House

    Trump welcomes Colombia's president to the White House

    The investigation will also look into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials. Sen. Charles Grassley, the chairman of the committee, and Democratic Sen. Trump insisted that his administration has made "tremendous progress" since he took office on the fronts of jobs, border security, and the fight against ISIS, and that the allegations of collusion with Russian Federation are nothing but distracting.

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  • GOP Senators Won't 'Let The American People Down' On O'Care Repeal

    GOP Senators Won't 'Let The American People Down' On O'Care Repeal

    Another target is Rep. Dave Brat of Virginia, a member of the House Freedom Caucus, the group of conservative Republicans whose objections to an earlier version of the bill helped scuttle a House vote scheduled for late March. "There are no cuts to the Medicaid program", Price insisted Sunday, adding that resources are being doled out to allow states greater flexibility. "They are going to be living in the emergency rooms again", potentially driving up health care costs, Kasich predicted.

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  • Assange 'evaded all attempts' to extradite him - Swedish prosecutor

    Assange 'evaded all attempts' to extradite him - Swedish prosecutor

    Assange, an Australian national, has previously said that he feared that if he left the embassy he could end up being extradited and face the death penalty in the United States over allegations of revealing hundreds of thousands o secret US military and diplomatic documents through WikiLeaks , CNN reported.

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  • Defending Yourself - and Your Computer - From WannaCry Ransomware

    Human error is the number one reason for the success of an email scam , so educating staff to stay on top of their email behavior is key. And as we globally face this challenge in cyber security, as a country we strongly believe that an integrated strategy to ensure effective regulation to our cyber security is significant at this point.

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  • Sweden drops rape probe against Julian Assange

    Sweden drops rape probe against Julian Assange

    In the meantime, in Britain, police have said Assange is still wanted for jumping bail and will face arrest if he leaves Ecuadorean embassy in London. As per today's announcement, Assange is no longer under any investigation in Sweden. Last month CIA Director Mike Pompeo called WikiLeaks a "hostile intelligence service", and Sessions, responding to a question about Assange, said the Trump administration was stepping up its efforts against all leaks of sensitive information.

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  • Directora de Unesco condena asesinato de periodista mexicano

    Además, Bokova pidió a las autoridades mexicanas que " lleven a cabo una investigación minuciosa para asegurarse de que este crimen no permanezca impune ". Decenas de coronas de flores se apilaban en las escalinatas del recinto religioso, en cuyo exterior fue colocado un cartel que denunciaba: "Un periodista ASESINADO es una voz menos para el pueblo".

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  • Trump again blows up a careful White House statement with a tweet

    On Capitol Hill however, some Republicans have begun siding with the many Democrats who are demanding an independent investigation to get to the bottom of a series of issues, including the Trump team's possible connections with Moscow. president's visit to the country next week. USA lawmakers swiftly shot down the prospect of Putin providing evidence to an American congressional investigations, with Senator Susan Collins dismissing the notion as "absurd".

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