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  • Russia, China congratulate Rouhani on re-election as Iran's president

    In Iran, second-term presidents typically don't fare well: Rouhani's three predecessors won second terms by wide margins, only to find themselves stonewalled by the supreme leader - encounters they ultimately lost. Raisi served as a judge before running for president. Rouhani, during his first mandate (2013-2017), was not able to secure the release of reformist leaders put under house arrest, jailed or forced to flee the country.

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  • Amazon's Echo Show Includes a Built-In Touch Screen

    Amazon's new speaker is called Echo Show. "With Echo Show , customers can watch video flash briefings and YouTube , and see music lyrics, smart home cameras, photos, weather forecasts, to-do and shopping lists, and more", said a blog post from Amazon developer anc chief evangelist for Echo devices David Isbitski.

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  • Modi congratulates Iran's Rouhani on his re-election

    Despite the removal of nuclear-related sanctions in 2016, lingering unilateral US sanctions that target Iran's record on human rights and terrorism have kept foreign companies wary of investing, limiting the economic benefits so far. Norway's foreign minister is welcoming the re-election of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. "I want Rouhani to carry out his promises". Now, having stoked his supporters' yearning for change, he faces the harder task of satisfying them without bringing a ...

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  • Macri promulgó la ley que excluye a represores del beneficio del 2x1

    La diputada nacional Elisa Carrió (Coalición Cívica-ARI) sostuvo esta tarde que "hay un error legislativo" que llevó a los miembros de la Corte Suprema de Justicia a aplicar el beneficio de la ley del 2X1 para condenados por delitos de lesa humanidad y remarcó que ahora "la responsabilidad está en este parlamento".

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  • USA sanctions on missile work show 'ill will' - Iran

    China has close economic and diplomatic ties with Tehran, but was also instrumental in pushing through a landmark 2015 deal to curb Iran's nuclear programme. The administration's policy review "does not diminish the United States' resolve to continue countering Iran's destabilizing activity in the region, whether it be supporting the Assad regime, backing terrorist organizations like Hezbollah, or supporting violent militias that undermine governments in Iraq and Yemen", the State Department ...

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  • Sturgeon asks for a seat at the Brexit negotiating table

    Sturgeon asks for a seat at the Brexit negotiating table

    Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson said the SNP's 10th anniversary in power marked a "missed opportunity", as she insisted ministers could have achieved much more "if they hadn't spent so much time trying to rip Scotland out of the UK". "I know we're not flawless, we haven't got everything right, and there is so much more work still to do", she said. The SNP Government has already delivered all of them in Scotland.

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  • Merkel wants to restart Minsk talks on eastern Ukraine

    Merkel wants to restart Minsk talks on eastern Ukraine

    More than 25 million Ukrainians, in a country of about 43 million people, use the Russian sites to connect with friends, join groups and use the online messaging systems. And the Yandex search engine is Ukraine's second most popular after Google. It brings the total of sanctioned physical and legal entities to 468 companies, majority Russian, and 1,228 individuals in connection with what Poroshenko called via his own VK page Russia's "hybrid warfare" against Ukraine, including its seizure ...

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  • French president meeting EU chief, to reveal minister picks

    French president meeting EU chief, to reveal minister picks

    Collomb, a 69-year-old Socialist, has been a long-time mayor of Lyon. A newcomer to worldwide diplomacy, Macron has assumed control of a nuclear power with a permanent seat on the U.N. Elysee secretary-general Alexis Kohler made the announcement on the steps of the presidential Elysee palace . Drawing wide support across the political spectrum will be key as Macron seeks a legislative victory in parliamentary elections in June.

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  • Retiraron cargos contra Assange

    El australiano sostiene que su extradición a Suecia es una maniobra para ser entregado a Estados Unidos, donde podría ser juzgado por la publicación de documentos militares y diplomáticos estadounidenses de carácter confidencial. La directora de la fiscalía pública de Suecia , Marianne Ny , presentó una petición ante el Tribunal del Distrito de Estocolmo para revocar la orden de detención contra Assange emitida hace siete años.

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  • Jurgen Klopp would love Steven Gerrard to be his Liverpool successor

    Jurgen Klopp would love Steven Gerrard to be his Liverpool successor

    Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is likely to miss the game as he continues his recovery from a foot injury, while striker Roberto Firmino faces a late fitness test. Who will win the battle for the Premier League golden boot? Tottenham Hotspur have appeared the only real challengers to Chelsea's indisputable stranglehold on top spot, but there were a host of other clubs heavily involved in the earlier stages of the season; some of whom have fallen away completely since Christmas.

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  • First lady Melania Trump forgoes head scarf in Saudi Arabia

    First lady Melania Trump forgoes head scarf in Saudi Arabia

    President Donald Trump is receiving the nation's highest civilian honor from Saudi King Salman. The visit kicks off an ambitious worldwide debut for Trump. The White House hopes the trip will shift focus away from domestic controversies and on to Trump's foreign policy agenda. On Friday, a report by The Washington Post that the probe into his campaign's Russian Federation ties had identified a "significant person of interest" in the White House undercut Trump's insistence his election ...

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  • UK Conservatives lead polls by 18 points

    UK Conservatives lead polls by 18 points

    The Labour leader sought to respond to Tory claims he was weak on defence and security policy by insisting he was "not a pacifist" but that if he was prime minister, the UK would focus on diplomacy and United Nations efforts to find solutions to conflicts.

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  • USA support of Syrian Kurds harms our strategic relations - Erdogan

    The campaign to recapture Raqqa, which has been in ISIL's control since 2013, appears to be accelerating following a decision by the Trump administration to arm the Kurdish-led forces with heavy weapons. Turkey is determined to "root out terror", Yildirim said, if "necessary guarantees for Turkey's sensitivities and issues pertaining to Turkey's security are still not given".

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  • US calls on Iran's president to cut terror ties

    A big turnout on Friday, more than 41 million out of 56 million registered voters, led to the vote being extended by several hours to deal with long queues on Friday. Iranian president on course for resounding victory. Mogherini said the European Union was ready to continue working with Rouhani to fully implement the joint comprehensive plan of action, the 2015 deal that reduced Iran's uranium stockpile.

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  • Fiscalía sueca archiva investigación por violación contra Julian Assange

    Esto sucede tras diligencias en Embajada en Londres , en noviembre de 2016. Ecuador ha criticado reiteradamente retrasos injustificados de fiscal sueca. Aún así, la decisión de la fiscalía sueca pone fin a una larga batalla judicial del ex hacker australiano de 45 años, que no tardó en publicar en Twitter una fotografía suya sonriendo.

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  • Syria, Russia condemn US-led coalition strike

    Syria, Russia condemn US-led coalition strike

    The coalition said the strike came after unsuccessful "Russian attempts to dissuade Syrian pro-regime movement" as well as "a coalition aircraft show of force, and the firing of warning shots". In a statement, the USA -led coalition said it had struck "pro-regime forces. that posed a threat to US and partner forces". That is likely to be opposed by the U.S.

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  • Teen charged in death says 19-year-old shot Mississippi boy

    Teen charged in death says 19-year-old shot Mississippi boy

    Charged Thursday with capital murder were 19-year-old Byron McBride of Pickens, 17-year old D'Allen Washington of Ridgeland and 17-year-old Dwan Wakefield of Ridgeland. While DeAllen Washington , 18, surrendered himself, authorities said. When Kingston's mother exited the store, she alerted a nearby sheriff's deputy that her vehicle was not there.

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

    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". "What's significant is that he's saying that there was pressure, and he got rid of it", Toobin said. But building one against Trump might prove even easier than the one Akerman helped build against Nixon.

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  • President Trump arrives in Saudi Arabia

    At a later ceremony at the grand Saudi Royal Court, the king placed the Collar of Abdulaziz Al Saud, the nation's highest civilian honor, around Trump's neck. National oil giant Saudi Aramco IPO-ARMO.SE expects to sign $50 billion of deals with USA companies on Saturday, part of a drive to diversify the kingdom's economy beyond oil exports, Aramco's chief executive Amin Nasser said.

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  • Justice finally served to Kulbhushan Jadhav: BJP on ICJ's verdict

    He was allegedly caught in Balochistan in March 2016. He said acts alleged by India fall in the Vienna convention which guarantees state to be given access to its citizen. Describing the ICJ verdict as a major victory for India and also a victory for justice and human rights, Mengal said, "The Pakistani government, intelligence agencies and the Army have been carrying atrocities and acts of genocide against the Baloch people".

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  • North Korea says linking cyber attack to Pyongyang is 'ridiculous' (SYMC)

    North Korea says linking cyber attack to Pyongyang is 'ridiculous' (SYMC)

    China has been infuriated by the US deployment of an advanced Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system in South Korea, saying it was a threat to its security and would do nothing to ease tension with North Korea. He told a news conference Friday that if the Trump administration wants peace on the Korean Peninsula it should replace the Armistice Agreement that ended the 1950-53 Korean War with a peace accord and stop its anti-North Korea policy.

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  • Former University of Iowa Employees Reach $6.5 Million Settlement With School

    Former University of Iowa Employees Reach $6.5 Million Settlement With School

    It is also worth noting that a Polk County jury initially found that the school illegally discriminated against Meyer while ruling that she be awarded a payment of $1.45 million, with such a number increasing to over $2 million on Friday. This doesn't put an end to the Iowa athletic department's legal woes, oh no it does not. As previously announced, the University of Iowa will hire an independent firm (s) to conduct an external review of university employment practices.

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  • Trump reportedly called Comey a 'nut job' to Russian officials

    It said one official had read quotations to the Times and another had confirmed the broad outlines of the discussion. The New York Times reported details of a conversation that took place in the Oval Office in the White House on Wednesday (10 May), the day after he had fired Comey.

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  • Rivers start to drop, but flood crisis isn't over yet

    Rivers start to drop, but flood crisis isn't over yet

    Louis for more than 20 miles. Sign up for the online chat with Air Force Deputy CIO Bill Marion II on May 9, at 10 a.m. (EDT). The Missouri Department of Transportation had said that getting the eastbound lanes reopened depended on water receding and engineers finding no damage to roads and bridge structures.

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  • Trump faces diplomatic hurdles during 28 hours in the Holy Land

    Three days before US President Donald Trump is due to arrive in Israel for his first state visit, the Israeli Shin Bet and Israel Police conducted a Jerusalem-wide exercise to prepare for securing Trump's convoy and large entourage. "To delay or not move the Embassy is a sign of weakness that will embolden the enemies of Israel ", Staver concluded. It would shatter the Palestinian fallacy that Jews have no connection to Jerusalem and send an important message to them that they can no ...

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  • Comey Agrees to Testify in Open Hearing Before Senate Intel Committee

    And The New York Times reported that the president had told Russian officials he felt the dismissal of his Federal Bureau of Investigation director had relieved “great pressure” on him. In March, Kushner volunteered to answer lawmakers' questions about meetings he had with Russian officials during the transition. Another on the condition of anonymity confirmed the quotes from the said document.

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  • Argentina revalida acuerdos con China en visita de Macri al país asiático

    Argentina revalida acuerdos con China en visita de Macri al país asiático

    También se firmaron acuerdos bilaterales que involucran a los sectores de energías renovables y alimentos. El presidente Mauricio Macri se reunió en Beijing por su par chino, Xi Jinping, en un encuentro en que apuntó a consolidar la relación bilateral luego de las reuniones clave que mantuvo con empresarios líderes de ese país, ante quienes reafirmó la intención convertir a Argentina en "el supermercado del mundo".

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