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  • 'Nunca nadie había sido tan perseguido como yo': Lula da Silva

    Respecto a su primer encuentro cara a cara con Sergio Moro , el juez que lleva adelante la investigación Lava Jato , contó que se negó a hablar de un intercambio de mensajes entre dos ejecutivos de la constructura OAS, sumergida en el escándalo Petrobras, sobre el triplex en San Pablo que presuntamente recibió el ex mandatario a cambio de "ventajas indebidas".

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  • Iran's Hassan Rouhani leads initial count in presidential election

    Iran's Hassan Rouhani leads initial count in presidential election

    Out of the total eligible voters over 1.3 million are those who vote for the first time. Another official in Raisi's campaign said there had been 219 infractions so far today, and that not enough ballot papers had been distributed in areas thought to favour Raisi, including his home city of Mashhad.

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  • Comey rendirá testimonio luego del Memorial Day

    Comey rendirá testimonio luego del Memorial Day

    La audiencia se realizará después del último fin de semana de mayo. "La Comisión espera recibir testimonio del ex Director sobre su papel en el desarrollo de la Evaluación de la Comunidad de Inteligencia sobre la interferencia rusa en las elecciones de 2016, y espero que él aclarará al pueblo estadounidense los recientes acontecimientos que han sido ampliamente reportados por los medios", indica el presidente de la Comisión de Inteligencia Richard Burr .

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  • Iran President Rouhani leading in election: Election official

    Iran President Rouhani leading in election: Election official

    His nearest rival in the four-man race, hard-liner Ebrahim Raisi, secured 38 percent of the vote. Two other candidates - Mostafa Mirsalim, a conservative, and reformist Mostafa Hashemitaba - were around the one percent mark. In 2013, Rouhani won the presidential election with almost 51 percent of the vote. Both leading candidates are clerics. Iran's state television showed long queues outside voting stations in several cities, shortly after polls opened at 03:30GMT.

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  • Trump said firing 'nut job' Comey relieved 'great pressure'

    In response to the story the White House said that Mr Comey's "grandstanding" and "politicising" of the Russian inquiry hurt diplomatic efforts with Moscow. Trump has insisted at times that the decision was his alone, but he also has pointed - as recently as Thursday - to the "very strong" recommendation from Rosenstein.

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  • Trump campaign had contact 18 undisclosed contacts with Russia

    The conversations also included a way to establish a communications backchannel between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin in order to circumvent the USA national security apparatus, whom both Putin and Trump viewed as inimical to good relations between the two countries.

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  • Who Should be the Starting Goalie in Game 4?

    Matt Murray stopped 24 shots in his first start of the postseason as the Pittsburgh Penguins juggled their roster and beat the Ottawa Senators 3-2 in game four of their National Hockey League playoff series. A bad bounce off the boards set up Mike Hoffman for an easy goal from a bad angle less than a minute into the game. With Murray answering Pittsburgh questions in goal, it was up to the star-studded forwards to start responding with goals.

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  • Imran- Khan-compares-Pakistan-with-east-India-Company

    PTI chief Imran Khan and other party leaders are expected to address the public gathering. "If the laundered money is spent on the youth in the country, it will help develop assets for us in the form of skilled individuals", he said. The PTI chief also accused the Sharif government of controlling anti-state content on the social media and described these acts as an attempt to silence the voice of masses.

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  • MA boy calls police on dad after finding drugs in suitcase

    MA boy calls police on dad after finding drugs in suitcase

    Officers searched the man's luggage and found the drugs packed in multiple plastic bags, as well as several other empty bags, authorities said. "He understands that this kind of lifestyle for his father isn't what is working", said Lawrence police Chief James Fitzpatrick.

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  • White House looking at ethics rule to weaken special investigation

    But, wait, there was more: Comey, the Senate Intelligence Committee said Friday evening, has agreed to publicly testify before it some time after Memorial Day. “By grandstanding and politicizing the investigation into Russias actions, James Comey created unnecessary pressure on our ability to engage and negotiate with Russia, ” Spicer said.

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  • Emmanuel Macron's cabinet: Half of France's ministers are women

    Emmanuel Macron's cabinet: Half of France's ministers are women

    Outgoing socialist defence minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, 69, was appointed France's top diplomat, with the new title of minister for Europe and foreign affairs. During his five years as defense minister under former president Francois Hollande , Le Drian supervised military operations in Mali, Central African Republic, Iraq, and Syria.

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  • In New Orleans, Confederate monuments are gone _ Lee last

    At the same time , Landrieu said during his address that removal of the monuments "faces our flaws and corrects them". The effort to remove New Orleans' monuments has been part of a nationwide debate over Confederate symbols, which some argue represent slavery and injustice and others say represent history and heritage.

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  • Fiscalía sueca descarta cargos contra fundador de Wikileaks

    Por el momento, el país del norte no ha confirmado ni negado si tiene abierta una causa judicial en su contra. Ecuador garantiza la protección al fundador de WikiLeaks, el australiano Julian Assange, asilado en su embajada en Londres , y pidió al Reino Unido que conceda "con prontitud" el salvoconducto para que pueda viajar al país andino.

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  • Rouhani wins Iran's presidential election with 23.5 million votes

    Rouhani played a key role in crafting the landmark agreement , which was created to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon and which Rouhani promised would lead to a strengthened economy by way of US sanctions relief. "If I, for instance, find the result undesirable, it should not lead to disruption of the election", he said. Mostafa Aqa-Mirsalim and Mostafa Hashemi-Taba, the other two candidates, so far received 455,211 and 210,597 votes respectively.

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  • Trump willing to use engagement on N.Korea crisis -S.Korea envoy

    Trump willing to use engagement on N.Korea crisis -S.Korea envoy

    The Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) and the North's threats are expected to be high on the agenda when Moon meets US President Donald Trump in June. might talk to them. He also added that South was ready for any attempt of strike from North and was capable of striking back should Pyongyang attack.

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  • UE pide "pronta" investigación sobre asesinato de periodistas en México

    El periodista fue asesinado el 15 de mayo en la ciudad de Culiacán, estado de Sinaloa , por sujetos desconocidos que le dispararon en 12 ocasiones cuando acababa de salir de la redacción de " RíoDoce ". En 2017, siete periodistas han sido asesinados en México . Indicaron que el anuncio del primer mandatario es un testimonio de la gravedad de la situación y de cómo se requiere una acción coordinada en todos los niveles de gobierno para hacer que los responsables de estos crímenes ...

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  • THAAD radar detected N. Korea's missile launch: defense chief

    THAAD radar detected N. Korea's missile launch: defense chief

    North Korea on Sunday test-fired a ballistic missile from a region near its west coast amid tense relations with U.S., global media reported. The council said that launches by North Korea reveal development in nuclear weapons delivery systems, which were increasing tensions around the world.

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  • Ex-FBI chief Comey to testify in US Congress

    Trump aides said he never tried to squelch the Flynn investigation nor made inappropriate disclosures to the Russians. Comey's abrupt sacking by President Donald Trump triggered a political firestorm with an angry opposition calling for an appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate the alleged Russian influence in last year's general elections.

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  • Microsoft partly blames US gov't for cyberattack

    The NSA has not commented on Shadow Brokers since the group emerged a year ago, or the contents of past leaks. It attacks unpatched Microsoft Windows computers. They say it will continue to spread in a modified form. After a slew of high-profile data breaches in 2013-14, many companies rushed to upgrade firewalls that sit between private networks and the internet and invested in threat-detection technologies.

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  • Trump told Russians firing 'nut job' Comey eased pressure on him

    This week, it was reported that Trump revealed classified information on ISIS provided by the Israelis in his meeting with the Russians. The White House document that contained Trump's comments was based on notes taken from inside the Oval Office and has been circulated as the official account of the meeting.

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  • White House adviser is person of interest in Russian Federation probe

    Richard Burr, R-NC, the chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, and Sen. The hearing will be scheduled after the May 29 Memorial Day holiday, the committee said in a statement . Comey, who headed the FBI's now-criminal investigation into the same events, declined to do so. Mueller will have sweeping powers and the authority to prosecute any crimes he uncovers.

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  • Mueller the right man to probe Trump and Russian Federation

    President Donald Trump hit back against the Justice Department's appointment of a special counsel in a series of tweets Thursday morning. "With all of the illegal acts that took place in the Clinton campaign & Obama Administration, there was never a special counsel appointed!" he said, without providing evidence for those claims.

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  • In Saudi Arabia, Donald Trump to use softer language about Islam

    In Saudi Arabia, Donald Trump to use softer language about Islam

    Trump's relations with the wider Islamic world are still strained by his travel ban targeting several Muslim-majority nations. A five story image of Trump's face was projected on the exterior of the hotel he'll stay in when he arrives, and large billboards of Trump and King Salman lined the highway from the airport.

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  • Piden la renuncia del presidente Temer

    El mandatario de Brasil, Michel Temer , y el ex candidato presidencial Aécio Neves "actuaron conjuntamente para impedir el avance de investigaciones de corrupción", señaló el fiscal general de la República, Rodrigo Janot . Los exmandatarios han insistido repetidamente en su inocencia. El Gobierno cuestiona tanto la legalidad como el contenido de la grabación. La renuncia de Temer es exigida desde este miércoles por toda la oposición, pero esa demanda tuvo la adhesión de importantes ...

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