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  • U.S. slaps sanctions on Venezuela Supreme Court judges

    Hundreds have been injured and dozens killed in anti-government protests in Venezuela. Clashes erupted across the country in April 1 during protests in anger at Maduro's handling of an economic and political crisis . "When you look at the oil reserves that they have, when you look at the potential wealth that Venezuela has, you sort of have to wonder, why is that happening?" "It has been unbelievably poorly run for a long period of time, and hopefully that will change and they could ...

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  • Trump claims to be victim of 'greatest witch hunt'

    Mr. Mueller can not be fired by the president but only by Mr. Rosenstein, and then only for cause, which must be explained in writing. The surprise announcement to hand the probe over to Mr Mueller, who commands deep bipartisan respect, was a striking shift for Mr Trump's justice department, which had resisted calls from Democrats for an outside prosecutor.

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  • Iran opposition complains of election 'infractions'

    Iran opposition complains of election 'infractions'

    Amid the elections' high voter turnout, a newly-wed couple celebrated the beginning of their married life by casting their ballot on their wedding day. For conservatives, the election represents a chance to restore the values of the 1979 revolution, which requires elected officials to be subordinate to the Shi'ite Muslim clergy and supreme leader.

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  • Comey no está "preocupado" por las "cintas" de sus conversaciones con Trump

    En una entrevista con la cadena NBC , Trump aseguró que había decidido sobre el futuro de Comey antes de recibir recomendación alguna. "En pocas palabras, señor, no se puede impedir que los hombres y mujeres del FBI hagan lo correcto, protegiendo al pueblo estadounidense y protegiendo la Constitución", afirmó en respuesta a una pregunta del senador republicano Marco Rubio.

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  • FIFA levanta sanción a Messi y jugará las eliminatorias con Argentina

    FIFA levanta sanción a Messi y jugará las eliminatorias con Argentina

    Un claro ejemplo de esto fue la situación de Lionel Messi , quien hoy fue absuelto por la FIFA del castigo de cuatro fechas que tenía por insultar claramente a uno de los árbitros asistentes del duelo eliminatorio con la 'Roja'. Al Mundial clasifican los cuatro primeros de la zona sudamericana de las eliminatorias, mientras que el quinto clasificado disputará una repesca contra una selección de Oceanía.

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  • Trump Told Russians He Fired 'Nut Job' Comey Because Of Investigation

    Dunford, whose first term will be completed in September, was picked for the job by President Barack Obama. An executive order signed by Trump in January extended that period to two years. Flynn discussed USA sanctions against Russian Federation with Russia's ambassador to the United States during the month before President Donald Trump took office, and he withheld that fact from even Vice President Mike Pence.

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  • Trump said firing Comey relieved 'great pressure'

    Comey's October 28, 2016 letter to the FBI announcing he was reopening the investigation "flouted rules and deeply ingrained traditions", and guaranteed some people would question the FBI's role in the United States presidential election, Rosenstein continued.

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  • Macri pidió a las empresas chinas que "vengan a instalarse a Argentina"

    Tras la ceremonia en la que fue recibido hoy a las 17 -horario de China- en el Gran Palacio del Pueblo junto a su comitiva, y acompañado por la Primera Dama, Juliana Awada , el presidente argentino se mostró muy optimista, ratificando que su presencia en Beijing responde al interés de que el vínculo entre ambos países "se transforme en una relación estratégica estructural, basada en la confianza" .

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  • Chinese, S. Korean officials meet in attempt to repair ties

    Chinese, S. Korean officials meet in attempt to repair ties

    The launch of the missile has given the nation's leader Kim Jong Un a superior power over the rest that stand against the country including the United States of America and North Korea as well. Its latest ballistic missile firing was also the first one to be detected by the THAAD, the advanced USA missile defense system, which is already operational in South Korea, and can intercept ballistic missiles launched by the regime of Kim Jong-un.

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  • Corte suprema de Brasil autoriza investigación contra presidente Temer

    Vio que... No tengo nada que ver con la defensa. Joesley: Yo quería hablarle de eso. Allí hice lo máximo dentro de lo posible. Todo lo que tenía pendiente de aquí para allá, lo arreglé todo. Sin embargo, afirmó que "cuando el optimismo retornaba", una grabación hecha "clandestinamente trajo de nuevo el fantasma de una crisis política en una dimensión aun desconocida".

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  • Syrian negotiator calls U.S. strike 'terrorism' and a 'massacre'

    Syrian negotiator calls U.S. strike 'terrorism' and a 'massacre'

    The coalition said the forces " posed a threat " to United States and partner forces at Tanf base near the joint Syria-Iraq-Jordan border, where USA special forces were operating and training Free Syrian Army rebels. A bulldozer and a tank were hit, but US officials said it was unclear on Thursday whether they had struck the Syrian army or just militias allied with the government.

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  • WannaCry Ransomware: Zimbabwe amoung countries targeted

    WannaCry Ransomware: Zimbabwe amoung countries targeted

    The cyber attack has affected more than 200,000 victims in around 150 countries. Patients using Princess Royal University Hospital were unaffected by the cyber attack which swept across the NHS last week. Although there are fears that a new strain of the WannaCry virus could be used to deliver another coordinated attack, the bigger threat is likely to come from machines already infected from Friday's hack.

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  • NAFTA an opportunity to improve trade deal for Ontario: Wynne

    The letter kicks off a required 90-day consultation period for the Trump administration, after which the president will be permitted to begin meeting with Canada and Mexico about rewriting the 23-year-old trade deal. North Country Chamber of Commerce President Garry Douglas said the chamber sees opportunity in the upcoming NAFTA negotiations. The president has vowed to negotiate a better NAFTA - or to walk away from the agreement if he can't get one.

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  • Salem congressman responds to Trump's 'witch hunt' tweet

    Salem congressman responds to Trump's 'witch hunt' tweet

    Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Thursday in his opening statement that he learned on May 8 of Comey's imminent dismissal. Mr Mueller will take over the FBI investigation. "With this appointment, my hope is that the distractions can stop, the counsel can do his job and Congress and the President can deal with the many challenges facing our country".

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  • Farmers fear impact of US exit from NAFTA

    Farmers fear impact of US exit from NAFTA

    Lighthizer noted the deal has been a success for some US industries, such as agriculture, investment services and energy. Most farm leaders agree the 23-year-old NAFTA needs to be updated, but they continue to emphasize the importance of agricultural exports, particularly to NAFTA-partner Mexico, to USA farmers and ranchers who are enduring one of the most severe downturns in the farm economy in the last 20 years.

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  • ASEAN sees huge business potential in China's B and R initiative

    ASEAN sees huge business potential in China's B and R initiative

    In addition, China will provide 60 billion yuan in the next three years for poverty alleviation in developing countries along the new Silk Road. China also will provide relevant global organizations with $1 billion to implement cooperation projects that will benefit the countries and regions related to the Belt and Road.

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  • "Es una victoria importante, pero la guerra acaba de comenzar" — Julian Assange

    Tal decisión, se precisa, no se debe a la inocencia de Assange , sino a las dificultades que ha puesto para el procedimiento el hecho que el acusado permanezca refugiado en la embajada de Ecuador en Londres . "Ni perdono ni olvido", ha publicado Assange en su cuenta de Twitter . A finales de 2016, Assange fue sometido en la delegación diplomática a la primera sesión del interrogatorio sobre el supuesto delito de violación por el que le reclamaba la Justicia de Suecia .

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  • Hace 45 minutosLa verdad (de Trump) detrás del despido del director de…

    Si el presidente estadounidense Donald Trump esperaba iniciar su primer viaje al extranjero con un torbellino calmado en el país, debe sentirse muy decepcionado tras despegar este viernes. "Estaba loco, verdaderamente le faltaba un tornillo ", dijo Trump en esa reunión, que se llevó a cabo en su despacho de la Casa Blanca , de acuerdo con la versión del diario.

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  • Peña Nieto se reúne con el gobernador de Washington

    Peña Nieto se reúne con el gobernador de Washington

    Este viernes el secretario Meade también se reunió con el gobernador del estado de Washington, Jay Inslee , con quien habló de la relación bilateral entre México y Estados Unidos . Por su parte, en el encuentro con Jay Inslee , quien vino a México al frente de una misión comercial, se comentó sobre la importancia estratégica de la relación del país con Estados Unidos y la relevancia del acercamiento con gobiernos estatales y locales.

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  • Weiner pleads guilty in sexting case, could go to prison

    The former congressman is expected to enter the plea Friday. Weiner said he began getting mental health treatment in the fall, when he said he "came to grips for the first time with the depths of my sickness". The 52-year-old turned himself into the FBI, The New York Times reported earlier Friday morning, after agreeing to the plea deal regarding the charges related to his sexting a 15-year-old girl in 2016.

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  • International Monetary Fund ups growth forecast for South Africa

    International Monetary Fund ups growth forecast for South Africa

    However, the level is still low which means that their skills and endeavors are not contributing as much as they could to the growth and productivity of the economy. Such reforms should focus on stronger governance, enhanced transparency and imposition of penalties for failures to adhere to public procurement guidelines, and quantification of public service obligations.

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  • Macri se reunió con el presidente de China y firmaron acuerdos

    Durante los últimos cinco años, más de 50 empresas chinas invirtieron en Argentina en proyectos ferroviarios, de energía solar, de telecomunicaciones, agrícolas y de infraestructuras. "Quiero que confirmemos nuestros consensos y para eso tenemos que consolidar la confianza mutua, que es la base de lazos duraderos". "Hemos trabajado mucho para reordenar nuestra relación, que partió de una serie de acuerdos que habían sido fijados por la administración anterior, y que la administración del ...

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  • Trump says he's 'very close' to naming a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

    Trump says he's 'very close' to naming a new Federal Bureau of Investigation director

    Charles E. Schumer, New York Democrat, said on the chamber floor. Lieberman, a former independent senator from CT, ran on a ticket with Democrat Al Gore in 2000, but they were defeated by George W. The Trump administration asserted that the USA president and "the rest of the FBI" had lost confidence in Comey over the last few months and in the past year with his poor handling of the investigation into the Hillary Clinton private server and email scandal.

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  • Luisa Ortega Díaz rechaza la Constituyente porque

    Luisa Ortega Díaz rechaza la Constituyente porque "aceleraría la crisis"

    Para finalizar, aseguró que la Asamblea Nacional Constituyente es la "instancia salvadora de la paz en Venezuela" e invitó a todos los sectores del país a debatir sobre la misma y conocer su alcance. En otro orden de ideas, el presidente Maduro rechazó las expresiones del presidente de los Estados Unidos, Donald Trump ya que a su juicio, "atentan contra la dignidad de la patria.Basta de intervencionismo, este hombre agrede a los latinoamericanos".

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