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    Carrió advierte sobre una "orden de omertá" para proteger a De Vido

    La diputada aliada de Cambiemos advirtió que "hay un lobby" para preservar la figura de De Vido. Porque De Vido puede hablar y podría comprometer a todos: empresarios, banqueros, jueces, miembros de tribunales supremos. Cuando le consultaron sobre la ex presidenta Cristina Fernández de Kirchner , y si debía 'estar presa', Carrió dijo: "Yo no puedo creer que los que se robaron todo no tengan prisión preventiva" y se preguntó: "Por qué tienen prisión (el empresario Lázaro) Báez y no De Vido".

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  • Pennsylvania jobless rate bumps up, payrolls shrink in April

    Orangeburg County's unemployment rate was 6 percent, which is the county's lowest rate since December 2000, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Overall, the Jacksonville metro area had a 3.8 percent jobless rate. There were 3,000 unemployed locals one year ago, compared to 2,500 this April, EDD said.

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  • Syrian Army Takes Control of IS-held Airbase

    In northern Syria, members of Daesh attacked the road linking the city of Aleppo, the country's largest city, with the rest of the country that is controlled by the government including the capital Damascus. "We've been trying to explain this", he said. The airport is located in the hardline militants' remaining enclave in the eastern Aleppo countryside, a region where they have mostly lost control to competing forces ranging from the Syrian army, US-backed Kurdish-led forces to Turkey-backed ...

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  • High society: Pippa Middleton marries at almost-royal event

    Also among the congregation of the 12th century church in Englefield, Berkshire, was Pippa's controversial uncle Gary Goldsmith and Lady Gabriella Windsor, daughter of Prince and Princess Micheal of Kent, but missing was Harry's U.S. People magazine reports Pippa's gorgeous veil was designed by Stephen Jones, who used fine tulle and embroidered it with pearls. Kate wore a long-sleeved, blush pink Alexander McQueen dress and focused on making sure the young page boys and bridesmaids behaved - ...

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  • Trump reportedly told Russians Comey is 'nut job,' said firing relieved 'pressure'

    The official, whom the sources did not name, is reportedly "close to the president". It says the President then told Russia's foreign minister and ambassador that he "faced great pressure because of Russian Federation. The White House has said the firing was unrelated to the FBIs Russia investigation. The investigation is now in the hands of a special counsel, as well as multiple congressional committees.

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  • Chelsea Manning posts picture of herself day after prison release

    Chelsea Manning posts picture of herself day after prison release

    A statement from the group's General Counsel's office notes that Manning's "absurdly disproportionate" 35-year sentence for passing classified documents to Wikileaks in 2010, commuted by Barack Obama on his last day in office, was prosecuted under the Espionage Act of 1917, which they warn still stands ready for use against the next potential whistleblower.

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  • El fiscal general acusa a Temer por "corrupción y asociación ilícita"

    La reacción de Temer no es muy explícita a pesar de la gravedad y está lejos de sobresaltarse ante maniobras espurias, por lo que fue interpretado por analistas jurídicos como un apoyo implícito a las negociaciones por fuera de la ley. El testimonio prestado por Batista ya ha sido homologado por la Corte Suprema y pudiera salpicar además a muchos otros políticos , tanto del arco oficialista como de la oposición.

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  • Slain DNC Staffer's Family Orders Blabbing Detective to 'Cease and Desist'

    Slain DNC Staffer's Family Orders Blabbing Detective to 'Cease and Desist'

    The Rich family previously demanded an apology but did not receive one. According to emails leaked from the DNC, the organization's staff tilted the scales toward Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham Clinton'West Wing" press secretary thinks Spicer should "just quit" Clinton "burst out laughing' at footage of Trump debate prep Abedin files for divorce from Weiner: report MORE and against Sen.

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  • Llega Trump a Arabia Saudita, en su primera gira internacional

    Ambos países están enfrentados en los conflictos de Siria y Yemen. En este período de tiempo, el presidente Trump ha recibido a más de cuatro líderes árabes en la Casa Blanca , y ha declarado un reajuste efectivo de las relaciones entre Estados Unidos y Arabia Saudita , la nación más influyente de la región.

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  • Trump greeted by King Salman in Riyadh

    The medal, given to Mr Trump for his efforts to strengthen ties in the region, has also been bestowed on Russian president Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister Theresa May and Mr Trump's predecessor, Barack Obama. It's the first stop of a nine-day, multi-country tour. When women from Western nations visit Saudi Arabia, they typically forgo a head covering. Trump and Salman spoke through an interpreter inside the airport terminal after the president stepped off Air Force One.

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  • Iran calls new USA sanctions bluff

    Iran calls new USA sanctions bluff

    The waivers, which exempt foreign companies that do business with Iran from United States sanctions still on the books, will expire before Iranian's go to the polls to elect their next president on Friday. Stuart Jones , the top us diplomat in charge of the Middle East, said the U.S.is still forming a "comprehensive Iran policy" that includes Iran's support for Syrian President Bashar Assad's government and militant groups in Lebanon, Iraq and Yemen.

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  • Comey To Tell His Side of the Story To Senate Intelligence Committee

    A Washington Post report , citing anonymous sources familiar with the matter, said a senior Trump adviser is now considered a "person of interest" in the law enforcement investigation into whether Mr Trump's campaign associates co-ordinated with Russian Federation in an effort to sway the 2016 election.

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  • U.S. spat erupts ahead of Trump visit to region

    Israel's Channel 2 reported that during a planning meeting between U.S. and Israeli officials, the Israelis were told that Trump's visit to the Western Wall, in annexed East Jerusalem , was private. The following day, Trump will speak at Masada, the Roman-era fortress in the Negev Desert, and meet with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.

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  • Comey agrees to testify before Senate intelligence committee

    Mr Trump has denied any collusion with Russian Federation, and called the investigation into his campaign the "single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history". A third official characterized Trump's remarks similarly to the Times , suggesting that Trump was trying to use a negotiating tactic to wring concessions out of Russian Federation.

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  • New FBI director could be selected by end of week

    New FBI director could be selected by end of week

    Comey. But, as Politico noted last week, his current leadership position comes with term limits, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell shows no signs of leaving his post in the near future. He's active on Twitter , where he often personally posts articles critical of Democrats. "Cornyn is a former attorney general of Texas, and member of the state Supreme Court".

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  • Netanyahu pushes back against claim he asked Trump not to move embassy

    Netanyahu on Monday called again on Trump to move the embassy to Jerusalem, on the same day that his controversial Israel envoy pick David Friedman arrives in Israel to begin his tenure. The billionaire is a fierce critic of USA efforts to negotiate a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and has called Palestinians "an invented people" who want to destroy Israel.

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  • Trump told Russians FBI's Comey was a 'nut job'

    Neither is a part of the current administration. Among Trump's senior White House advisers are several former campaign officials, including his son-in-law Jared Kushner, Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller and Kellyanne Conway. However the White House said there would be no announcement Friday. Impeachment is not an easy process, and many people believe the president is trying his very best to make the country a safer place.

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  • Ex director del FBI acepta testificar en audiencia pública ante el Senado

    Aunque la Casa Blanca inicialmente dijo que Trump despidió a Comey siguiendo la recomendación del vicefiscal general Rod Rosenstein, por el mal manejo de la investigación sobre el servidor privado de correos electrónicos de la exsecretaria de Estado Hillary Clinton, el presidente Trump luego afirmó que la investigación de Rusia fue la razón por la que tomó la decisión .

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  • Watch the White House turn into the Kremlin

    It shows the front entrance of the White House on one side and the Kremlin's ornate towers rising on the other in vivid red. The Time cover illustrates its top story looking into the beleaguered Trump White House as it reacts to the numerous scandals involving Russian Federation.

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  • Trump tweet-warns Comey 'before he starts leaking'

    Trump tweet-warns Comey 'before he starts leaking'

    Since then, however, Comey's associates have been quoted as saying that no such guidance was ever given. The White House did not deny on Friday that President Donald Trump taped meetings with his former Federal Bureau of Investigation director - or that the president may be recording conversations in the Oval Office.

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  • Most Famous Cyberattacks of All Time

    Most Famous Cyberattacks of All Time

    As if Monday's weren't back enough, computer users worldwide are finding their computers being held for ransom - 300-600 bitcoin to be exact. Shadow Brokers, the group behind WannaCry , stole them from a secret NSA server. "Computers with current operating systems, such as Mac, won't be affected". Ironically, it is Kaspersky Labs that Interpol and Europol brought in for support, days after continuing speculation in the US grew as to whether Kaspersky has Russian intelligence ties.

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  • Comey to testify before Senate intel committee

    Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley and ranking Democrat Dianne Feinstein issued a joint statement Friday saying they were "extremely disappointed" he declined an invitation to testify before their panel. Trump had ignited political firestorm the previous week when he fired Comey, who was running the investigation. "That's taken off." The president also reportedly said: "I'm not under investigation".

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  • Russian Federation investigation can explore possible White House cover-up; Comey will testify

    Wednesday, Rosenstein appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller as a special counsel to take over and continue the Justice Department investigation into Russian election interference and possible links with Trump campaign aides. "He's saying he fired Comey in order to literally take pressure off himself with the Russian Federation investigation", Painter said. Now, Mueller will reportedly examine the possibility of a cover-up.

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  • Oficialismo marcha en apoyo a la ANC

    Oficialismo marcha en apoyo a la ANC

    A las 9H00 hora local los marchantes iniciarán su movilización por Caracas , de manera que reafirmen en las calles su respaldo al proceso constituyente lanzado por Maduro para consolidar la paz en la nación suramericana.

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  • Canada floods force thousands from their homes

    But that number was set to triple by the end of Sunday, including 500 in the immediate Montreal region, 400 in the area between Gatineau and Rigaud to the west, and more than 500 in the Trois-Rivieres region northeast of Montreal, said Lt. The move comes after three dikes gave way in the city's Pierrefonds-Roxboro borough. "It's above flood stage in several areas from Fredericton down south", said Robert Duguay, a spokesperson with the province's emergency measures organization.

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