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  • DICE Gives More Information About Battlefront 2 Story Characters

    But as Lucasfilm creative executive Steve Blank explains in the new "Story of an Imperial Soldier" trailer, it was an approach EA Motive wanted to take right from the start. There's a lot the writers could do with an Empire-focused narrative, so hopefully they'll find some interesting angles. According to Blank, they had always been in talks with EA for the gaming arm of Star Wars , and the goal was to create stories that would explore the events between Return of the Jedi and The Force ...

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  • Trump to Muslims on first foreign trip: Drive out terrorists

    Trump to Muslims on first foreign trip: Drive out terrorists

    At all of Mr. Trump's five stops on his first overseas trip, his team has spent weeks trying to build daily downtime into his otherwise jam-packed schedule. The White House has struggled to explain the chain of events that led to Mr Comey's firing and exactly who made the decision. The President's visit comes as Iran's President Hassan Rouhani handily won re-election in what amounts to a victory for the Shiite nation's reformist camp.

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  • Donald Trump visitaría Colombia en noviembre

    Donald Trump visitaría Colombia en noviembre

    Esta información se dio a conocer luego de que el presidente Juan Manuel Santos confirmara que el vicepresidente de Estados Unidos, Mike Pence, visitará Colombia en el mes de agosto. 'Go home' Donald Trump , fuera de Venezuela. Asimismo, exigió a Estados Unidos que "cese de inmediato el financiamiento ilegal, a través de sus agencias, a factores extremistas de la oposición venezolana", en el contexto de las protestas que se desarrollan desde inicios de abril pasado en Venezuela.

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  • Vicepresidente de EE. UU. visitará Colombia en agosto

    Vicepresidente de EE. UU. visitará Colombia en agosto

    El presidente Juan Manuel Santos anunció este viernes que el vicepresidente de los Estados Unidos, Mike Pence , visitará a Colombia en el mes de agosto para fortalecer la relación entre ambos países. Pero la agenda también estuvo abierta a temas de comercio e inversiones, en momentos en que los países conmemoran cinco años de la entrada en vigencia del tratado bilateral de libre comercio.

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  • 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Will Feature Classic Cartoon Theme Song

    'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Will Feature Classic Cartoon Theme Song

    Spider-Man ( Tom Holland ), who made his sensational debut in Captain America: Civil War , begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging super hero in Spider-Man: Homecoming . Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino , whose work ranges from Up to Star Trek to Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, officially entered the Marvel Studios fray last fall with Doctor Strange , and he continues his tenure this summer with Spider-Man: Homecoming .

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  • French researchers find last-ditch cure to unlock WannaCry files

    Guinet works as a security expert, Suiche is an internationally known hacker, and Delphy took part at night, in his spare time, outside his day job at the Banque de France. "(The method) should work with any operating system from XP to Win7", Suiche told Reuters, via direct message on Twitter. He links to a tool called Wannakey built by Guinet, the creator of the original concept.

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  • Manifestantes y policías heridos en violentos disturbios en Buenaventura

    Por otra parte, El País confirmó que durante los hechos vandálicos fue saqueada la casa de uno de los hijos del alcalde Arboleda . La gobernadora del Valle, Dilian Francisca Toro, hizo un llamado en su cuenta de Twitter al procurador general, Fernando Carrillo, y al defensor del Pueblo, Carlos Negret, para que acompañen a velar por el diálogo y respeto de los derechos humanos en Buenaventura .

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  • Unesco Director Condemns Assassination of Mexican Journalist

    Valdez, who had made a name for himself covering drug trafficking and organized crime, was in his vehicle on a busy street in Sinaloa when attackers shot and killed him on Monday, according to The Atlantic . The attack makes him the sixth journalist to have been killed in Mexico this year. At the time, the CPJ said 38 journalists have been killed in Mexico since 1992.

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  • Despedir al demente de Comey me quitó presión: Trump a Lavrov

    El exdirector del FBI James Comey ha accedido a dar su testimonio ante la Comisión de Inteligencia del Senado después del Día de los Caídos en Guerras, que este año se conmemora el 29 de mayo, anunciaron el viernes varios legisladores. El New York Times reveló a su vez este mismo viernes que Trump había calificado el 10 de mayo de "loco" a Comey , un día después de haberlo despedido, durante un encuentro con el canciller ruso Sergei Lavrov en el Salón Oval.

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  • Indian woman cuts off genitals of her alleged rapist

    Indian woman cuts off genitals of her alleged rapist

    The accused identified as Swami Ganeshananda, or Hari swami as he is also known as, is a member of the Panmana Ashram in Kollam. The incident occurred in the south Indian state of Kerala on Friday, 19 May, night when Gangeshananda Teethapadam, alias Hariswami, allegedly tried to rape the 23-year-old at her residence.

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  • Asignan un policía para cuidar a activista de Tamaulipas

    Asignan un policía para cuidar a activista de Tamaulipas

    En cumplimiento a la medida cautelar 51/2017 solicitada por la Comisión de Derechos Humanos de Tamaulipas , consistente en reforzar la protección de los familiares de la señora Miriam Rodríguez Martínez, se asignó seguridad. Es fundador del colectivo "Familiares y amigos de desaparecidos en Tamaulipas ", grupo con el cual ha realizado una serie de manifestaciones pacíficas.

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  • White House lawyers research impeachment

    White House officials believe the President has the backing of Republican allies in Congress and that impeachment is not in the cards, according to the people briefed on the legal discussions. The multiple revelations have led lawmakers to question the intentions of Trump's decision to fire Comey. Santorum added that the White House is trying to "change the narrative" by focusing on Trump's first foreign trip as President to the Middle East, and "hopefully that will begin to give some ...

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  • Saudi Arabia visit: Donald Trump to use softer language about Islam

    Saudi Arabia visit: Donald Trump to use softer language about Islam

    Foreign Office officials earlier had confirmed to a leading daily that efforts were underway to arrange a maiden bilateral meeting between Trump and Nawaz at the sidelines of the summit. "This package of defense equipment and services support the long-term security of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf region in the face of Iranian threats, while also bolstering the Kingdom's ability to contribute to counter terrorism operations across the region, reducing the burden on the US military to conduct ...

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  • Exdirector del FBI acepta comparecer ante el Senado de EU

    Más recientemente, durante la conferencia de prensa conjunta con el visitante presidente de Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, Trump volvió a afirmar que despidió a Comey por la recomendación del vicefiscal . La conversación de Trump y Lavrov, un día después de que fuera cesado Comey, refuerza la idea de que el gobernante decidió reemplazar al titular del FBI por sus investigaciones sobre estos nexos que se estaba llevando a cabo, según el Times .

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  • White House Press Shop Could See Shake-up

    Additionally, the New York Times reported that Spicer, deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and communications director Michael Dubke were pulled into a meeting with the president on Monday, during which he lectured them "to get on the same page".

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  • 5 ways to become less likely target for ransomware hackers

    Repeatedly, exploits in the hands of governments have leaked into the public domain and caused widespread damage", he said. The virus encrypts a computer's files and then demands a ransom - US$300 in Bitcoin - to recover their data, with no guarantee the computer would be released unharmed.

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  • Rosenstein knew Comey would be fired before writing memo, Dem senators say

    That revelation came after almost the entire complement of the U.S. Senate attended a briefing with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in a secure auditorium beneath the Capitol. national security bureaucracy, which both sides considered hostile to improved relations, four current USA officials said. He made the same comments to reporters at the White House alongside Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos, again insisting there was no collusion between his campaign and Moscow.

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

    La primera ministra británica, Theresa May, reafirmó que cualquier decisión relacionada con el caso del fundador de WikiLeaks corresponde "a la policía". "Tenemos por fin una oportunidad, las partes involucradas de poner fin a la situación", indicó al considerar que Assange permanece en situación de "detención arbitraria desde hace siete años".

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  • Pres. Trump welcomes Colombia's president to the White House

    Pres. Trump welcomes Colombia's president to the White House

    Trump allegedly asked Comey to end the investigation undercut the president's rationale and has led to accusations from some in Congress that he was attempting to obstruct justice. Meanwhile, Rosenstein appeared before the full Senate behind closed doors on Thursday in a prescheduled meeting with lawmakers about the firing of Comey.

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  • United States should not stockpile cyber weapons, Microsoft says

    Ransoms paid amount to tens of thousands of dollars, one analyst said, but he predicted they would rise. The virus took control of users' files and demanded $300 payments via Bitcoin to restore access. 'Unfortunately, most people don't have them, ' Mr Abrams says. The malware, a variant of the Wana Decryptor (aka "WannaCry") ransomware, is targeting various versions of the Windows operating system.

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  • What pushes North Korea to develop nuclear weapons?

    What pushes North Korea to develop nuclear weapons?

    The U.N. Security Council first imposed sanctions on North Korea in 2006 and has strengthened the measures in response to the country's five nuclear tests and two long-range rocket launches. Though the vessels were spotted near Indonesia at the time, they eventually did end up at the Korean Peninsula for trilateral military exercises with Japan and South Korea, and were later joined by the USS Michigan, a nuclear-powered submarine armed with Tomahawk missiles.

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  • WannaCry: An global Cyber-attack that spread across the globe over night

    U.S. government said that its agencies were not affected in any way by the attack but issued an advisory to inform Federal Bureau of Investigation if any such incident is occurred. Once the ransomware infects a system, all its files are encrypted, and the attackers then demand a $300 payment in bitcoin so that the files will be unlocked.

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  • Media spat casts shadow over Macron's Mali trip

    Media spat casts shadow over Macron's Mali trip

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko adress the media after a meeting at the German government guesthouse Meseberg Palace in Meseberg, Germany, May 20, 2017. Keita said the road is long, "but we are going forward and we will succeed". Speaking during a trip to Mali, where some 4,000 French soldiers are deployed, Macron said France would work in close cooperation with Germany, but called on other European Union states to support military and development ...

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  • Venezuela opposition leader's passport seized amid ongoing protests

    With the latest sanctions, the United States government said the court members were being targeted because they had "usurped the authority of Venezuela's democratically elected legislature". "It has been unbelievably poorly run for a long period of time, and hopefully that will change and they could use those assets for the good and to take care of their people", he said.

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