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  • China cripples Central Intelligence Agency operations, kills informants

    China cripples Central Intelligence Agency operations, kills informants

    The newspaper cites 10 current and former USA officials, who describe the intelligence breach as one of the worst in decades. The number of USA assets lost in China rivaled those lost in the Soviet Union and Russian Federation during the betrayals of both Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen, who for years leaked details of United States intelligence to Moscow, The Times reported.

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  • Graban la ejecución de 2 policías en San Pedro, Nuevo León

    Graban la ejecución de 2 policías en San Pedro, Nuevo León

    Esta vez no se le escuchó decir que se "trató de un hecho aislado", como normalmente declara. De acuerdo con los primeros reportes, las víctimas fueron identificadas como César Daniel Camacho , coordinador operativo de la Policía Municipal, y el oficial Orlando Robledo Castillo, quien fungía como su escolta.

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  • U.S. protests 'unprofessional' intercept by Chinese jets

    The "nuclear sniffer" plane was sent to monitor radiation levels in the area, in accordance with worldwide law, and regularly completes missions in North East Asia, according to Air Force spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Lori Hodge. "Distances always have a bearing on how we characterize interactions", said Hodge. Terming the action as an "unprofessional" intercept, Air Force spokeswoman Lieutenant Colonel Lori Hodge said: "The issue is being addressed with China through appropriate ...

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  • Senate chairman: Flynn has not responded to subpoena

    Senate chairman: Flynn has not responded to subpoena

    Flynn's attorneys had said in the past that he might not turn over requested documents. On Tuesday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the No. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has blamed the Obama administration for not sufficiently vetting Flynn, pointing out that Flynn had a security clearance under the previous president.

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  • US should take some blame for Wannacry ransomware attack, says Chinese media

    However, a bug in WannaCry code means the attackers can not use unique bitcoin addresses to track payments, security researchers at Symantec found this week. Liran Eshel, chief executive of cloud storage provider CTERA Networks, said: "The attack shows how sophisticated ransomware has become, forcing even unaffected organizations to rethink strategies".

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  • French Jews 'relieved' Macron won but worried over Le Pen gains

    French Jews 'relieved' Macron won but worried over Le Pen gains

    Tuesday's offer by Valls to stand for "En Marche" in the two-stage legislative elections in June is the first high-profile defection since Macron's election win and could be a boost for him. Despite the joy and sense of relief many felt in France when the outcome became clear Sunday night, the picture is not all rosy. Without a working majority, Macron could quickly become a lame-duck president, unable to push through labour reforms and other measures he promised to the broadly disgruntled ...

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  • Miles de brasileños salieron a la calle: piden que Temer se vaya

    Miles de brasileños salieron a la calle: piden que Temer se vaya

    Al menos una persona resultó herida, según reprodujo el canal Globo News. "No participó ni autorizó ningún intento de evitar que Cunha alcanzara un acuerdo de culpabilidad con (funcionarios de) Justicia", indicó el comunicado. El reporte de Globo tuvo un impacto inmediato. Por la tarde, Temer , quien había suspendido todas sus actividades y las de sus ministros, dio una conferencia de prensa en la que afirmó que continuará en el cargo.

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  • Acusa al presidente de Brasil de recibir sobornos por casi 5 mdd

    Sobre la base de esos audios y la totalidad de la confesión de Batista , uno de los dueños del gigante cárnico JBS , la Corte Suprema ha abierto una investigación formal contra Temer , quien pudiera ser desalojado del poder si se instaura un proceso penal en su contra, lo cual debería avalado por el Parlamento.

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  • Trump willing to try engagement with North Korea, on conditions: Seoul

    Trump willing to try engagement with North Korea, on conditions: Seoul

    South Korea wants to reopen communications with North. The latest launch appeared to fulfill both criteria, Haley said, "so I believe that China will stay true to that, and that we'll come together on how we're going to do that". mainland and has ignored calls to halt its nuclear and missile programmes, even from China, its lone major ally. "Is it possible or not?" The U.S., which has 28,500 troops in South Korea to guard against the North Korean threat, has called on China to do more to ...

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  • 8 killed in Afghan bank attack

    Insurgent groups such as the Taliban and Islamic State often carry out attacks in Afghanistan, including in the past on banks, where police, soldiers, and other government employees routinely collect their paychecks. "People were queueing to receive their monthly salaries from the bank when they were attacked", he said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility, and the attackers' motives were not immediately known.

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  • Comey perdió confianza de todos: Trump

    De acuerdo con el director interino de la Policía Federal, "nadie puede impedir que los hombres y mujeres del FBI hagan lo correcto, proteger a los estadounidenses y defender la constitución”". Comey lideraba la investigación sobre la presunta interferencia de Rusia en las elecciones estadounidenses de noviembre pasado. Además, sostuvo que la investigación que se lleva adelante sobre la supuesta intervención rusa en la campaña electoral es "altamente significativa", al contrario de lo ...

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  • James Comey acepta testificar

    James Comey acepta testificar

    En reuniones a puertas cerradas con los legisladores el jueves y el viernes, Rosenstein dijo que escribió el memo después de que Trump le dijo el 8 de mayo que quería despedir a Comey, lo cual se dio el 9 de mayo. Tras la salida de Comey, numerosas filtraciones han apuntado a solicitudes de Trump para que el entonces director del FBI suspendiera o frenara investigaciones en curso, como la que realizaba sobre el ex asesor de seguridad nacional del mandatario, Michael Flynn.

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  • South Korea: Sanctions, Dialogue to Denuclearize North Korea

    South Korea: Sanctions, Dialogue to Denuclearize North Korea

    So said President Donald J. Trump a little over a week ago about North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un . The pair told the AP that if the North ultimately thought it was under immediate attack or threatened, one possible scenario would be that it would first target the South Korean city of Busan, which is often used as a port by the US Navy.

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  • UN, US 'double dealing' in criticising missile tests: N. Korea

    UN, US 'double dealing' in criticising missile tests: N. Korea

    The U.S. government is increasing vigilance on North Korea's improvements in missile technology. "(This is) a clear breach of the UN ( United Nations ) Security Council resolutions, and constitutes a serious challenge to regional peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula and the global community", the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said in a statement.

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  • Trump lands in Saudi Arabia

    In another development, the Washington Post said a current White House official close to Trump was a significant "person of interest" in the investigation into possible ties between Trump's presidential campaign previous year and Russian Federation.

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  • Trump receives regal welcome in Saudi Arabia

    Trump arrived in the Riyadh on his first of his five-stop, nine-day tour that will also take in Israel, Italy and Belgium. Law enforcement officials familiar with the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation told The Post that they had identified a current White House official as a significant person of interest.

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  • What's next for Iran after President Hassan Rouhani's win?

    Iranians flocked to the polls, with turnout hitting 73 percent. . When Rouhani was first elected in 2013, it was taken as a sign that Iran's leaders might be more open to the West and would change the confrontational stance they had taken against the United States and its allies in the aftermath of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

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  • Iran's state TV declares Hassan Rouhani victor

    As Rouhani's victory looked increasingly likely late Friday, some female drivers held out the V for victory sign and flashed their vehicle lights on highways in Tehran's affluent north. Iran was also reconnected to the worldwide banking system. "We are still not pleased with the situation, but in the four years of Rouhani there has been a relative improvement and I'm voting to keep that ", said Alireza Nikpour, a 40-year-old photographer in Tehran , as he queued to cast his ballot ...

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  • Tri Sub 20 vence a Vanuatu con sufrimiento: 2-3

    Tri Sub 20 vence a Vanuatu con sufrimiento: 2-3

    De la mano del técnico Rafael Dudamel , los venezolanos arribaron a suelo asiático con una plantilla de 20 jugadores, entre los que figuran -en la línea de ataque- Adalberto Peñaranda , jugador del Málaga FC de España, y Yeferson Soteldo , figura emergente del club Huachipato FC de Chile.

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  • Burnaby kids embrace NDP sweep in Student Vote

    Burnaby kids embrace NDP sweep in Student Vote

    Not surprisingly, a B.C. election with what many believed had no single polarizing issue left the province in a near dead heat between the BC Liberals and NDP, with the BC Greens bumping their seats to three and playing the role of potential majority spoiler.

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  • Saudi visit: Melania, Ivanka Trump's outfits under media spotlight

    The official described the agreements as "a significant expansion of the over seven-decade-long security relationship between the United States and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia". One billboard featured an iconic photograph of King Abdulaziz Al Saud and USA president Franklin D Roosevelt meeting aboard a ship near the Suez Canal in 1945, where the security-for-oil deal that has been the backbone of the nations' relationship was hashed out.

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  • Liverpool boss Klopp believes Firmino can make Middlesbrough clash

    Liverpool boss Klopp believes Firmino can make Middlesbrough clash

    However, the former midfielder was quick to add that Liverpool , who need to win to be certain of a top four finish, should approach the game in the right manner and should look to attack Middlesbrough from the start. Aleksandar Kolarov believes Manchester City are "far and away the best team" in the Premier League, despite failing to keep pace with Chelsea and Tottenham in this season's title race.

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  • Carrió advierte sobre una

    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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