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Human rights activists protested yesterday in Paris over the situation of gays in the Russian republic of Chechnya, holding a banner "Stop homophobia in Chechnya" near the Eiffel Tower. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a key ally, said Europe could not remain dependent on others for help, adding that Germany and France had to boost their cooperation.
  • Renault Megane RS Hot-Lapped At Monaco

    Renault Megane RS Hot-Lapped At Monaco

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    However, we did learn a few things in Monaco where we also saw current Renault Sport F1 driver Nico Hülkenberg take the auto out onto the famous Circuit de Monaco. Tipped to drive the front wheels through a limited-slip differential, the Megane RS is likely to feature four-wheel-steering already offered on the lesser Megane GT.
  • IS Claims Responsibility for Egypt Bus Attack

    IS Claims Responsibility for Egypt Bus Attack

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    Egypt's Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry told his USA counterpart Rex Tillerson that the jihadists who attacked the Christian convoy had trained in Libyan militant camps. The militants killed killed a group of 21 Christians in a bomb attack on a church in Cairo in December 2016 . The IS claimed responsibility and vowed more attacks in the future.
  • Stunning new Star Wars

    Stunning new Star Wars

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    Laura Dern's haracter is called Vice Admiral Holdo, "a prominent officer in the Resistance". Indeed, while Leia's role in The Force Awakens was in a supporting capacity, the big moment (s) justifying her presence in the sequel trilogy was clearly set for Episode IX , something that Kennedy's comments seemingly affirms.
  • Coral bleaching on Great Barrier Reef worse than expected, surveys show

    Coral bleaching on Great Barrier Reef worse than expected, surveys show

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    Coral "bleaching", which has been seen across the world in the past two years, has led to widespread coral decline and habitat loss on the Great Barrier Reef , experts said. Cairns and Townsville, also hugely popular tourist destinations, are among the regions hardest-hit from the 2017 bleaching event, although southern parts of the natural wonder escaped the worst.
  • Lluvia de meteoros esconde un peligro que podría arrasar continentes enteros

    Lluvia de meteoros esconde un peligro que podría arrasar continentes enteros

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    Los fragmentos del cometa Encke , conocidos como Táuridas por los astrónomos, son una gran amenaza para la Tierra, de acuerdo a los investigadores del Instituto Astronómico de la Academia de Ciencias de la República Checa . De trata de dos asteroides -2005 UR y 2015 TX25-. Sin embargo, esta no es la única preocupación de los científicos , ya que también temen que las Táuridas podrían esconder otros peligros .
  • Manchester attack: 'Forgive me', bomber told mother in pre-bombing call

    Manchester attack: 'Forgive me', bomber told mother in pre-bombing call

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    A search of an address in St Helens, Merseyside, concluded this morning, police said, although it remained unclear how it was connected to the attack at Manchester Arena carried out by Salman Abedi . "As regards the full ongoing investigation, we now have eight people who have been arrested in connection with Monday's attack". The BBC reported that security services thought the bomb was too sophisticated for Abedi to have built by himself.
  • G7 leaders agree to fight protectionism, but USA hedges on Paris Agreement

    G7 leaders agree to fight protectionism, but USA hedges on Paris Agreement

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    There was no immediate comment from the White House, but Trump has angrily rejected allegations of such collusion, and was expected to quit Sicily without giving the kind of closing news conference that is customary among the G7 leaders. "I think the value of the G7 is we do get to have honest and robust exchanges and talk about where we're going and how we're going to get there together".
  • Snapdeal raises over Rs 113 cr from NVP, founders

    Snapdeal raises over Rs 113 cr from NVP, founders

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    The funding round may give additional runway for the e-commerce firm for sustenance, even as it is in talks with its larger rival Flipkart for a merger . According to an analyst, the move of Nexus and Snapdeal founders to again fund the company is surprising. "How they are planning to shape up the merger with the Flipkart is now uncertain", he said.
  • Greens and NDP Agree to End Liberal Era

    Greens and NDP Agree to End Liberal Era

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    The BC NDP caucus will vote on the agreement tomorrow (May 30). Details of the agreement will be released Tuesday. A party needs 44 seats to govern in majority. If she loses, she could ask the Lieutenant-Governor Judith Guichon to dissolve the legislature and call an election. We'll have another election sooner rather than later, and more people will pay attention.
  • SAGE Therapeutics Inc (SAGE) Now Covered by Bank of America Corp

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    Several research firms have recently issued reports on JUNO. Finally, Vetr cut Juno Therapeutics from a strong-buy rating to a strong sell rating and set a $22.32 target price for the company.in a research note on Wednesday, March 1st. The original version of this report can be accessed at https://sportsperspectives.com/2017/05/29/17-18-million-in-sales-expected-for-juno-therapeutics-inc-juno-this-quarter-updated-updated.html.
  • Identificado el presunto responsable del atropello múltiple en Times Square

    Identificado el presunto responsable del atropello múltiple en Times Square

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    El atropello múltiple registrado hoy en Times Square posiblemente se debió a que el conductor del vehículo estaba bajo los efectos del alcohol, según fuentes policiales. De acuerdo con RT, el conductor prestó servicios el ejercito estado estadounidense del 2011 hasta el 2014. Sin embargo Bill de Blasio , alcalde de Nueva York , en una conferencia de prensa indicó que no había indicios de que se tratara de un atentado terrorista, aun así el político informó que se reforzaría la ...
  • Primer vistazo a Red Hood en Injustice 2

    Primer vistazo a Red Hood en Injustice 2

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    Luego gracias a las mágicas aguas del pozo de Lázaro, Todd regresó a la vida como Red Hood . Red Hood será el primer personaje en el Fighter Pack #1 en ser lanzado y estará disponible en junio para los jugadores que hayan comprado Injustice 2 Ultimate Edition, Injustice 2 Digital Deluxe Edition , o Injustice 2 Ulitmate Pack.
  • Pakistan's warm-up game against Aussies washed out

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    Australia scored 57 runs for one wicket when play was stopped. Match officials called off the game at 2.05pm local time after proceedings had initially been delayed by almost two hours before any action could happen. Mohammed Aamer, who had missed the first warm-up clash versus Bangladesh, returned for some match practice and earned the wicket of Warner. Catch live scores and updates of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 warm-up match between Pakistan and Australia here.
  • Convicted pedophiles to lose travel rights

    Convicted pedophiles to lose travel rights

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    Until now Australian law enforcement authorities have needed to request that the Foreign Minister cancel passports or refuse to issue travel documents, and the measures have done little to stem the scourge of sex tourism by Australian paedophiles.
  • Una rana de 'cristal' muestra su corazón

    Una rana de 'cristal' muestra su corazón

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    Se denomina la rana de cristal por la trasparencia que muestra, bautizada como Hyalinobatrachium yaku . Los científicos explicaron que todas las especies del género Hyalinobatrachium tienen el pliegue ventral e transparente, pero que no todas las ranas de cristal tienen corazones tan visibles y que, en algunas, ese órgano es blanco, por lo que no se ve la sangre roja, como en el caso de la nueva especie.
  • El fin de una era: la PS3 deja de fabricarse en Japón

    El fin de una era: la PS3 deja de fabricarse en Japón

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    Según indica el sitio especializado Gematsu , el anuncio se hizo a través del sitio oficial de PlayStation, donde el modelo mencionado aparece como "Producción terminada". Se estima que hasta el momento ha vendido unos 85 millones de consolas . Fue lanzada en el año 2006 y a pesar de que entre medio de esa década su compañía madre presentó a las PS4, la consola de la generación pasada se seguía produciendo y vendiendo en cantidades pequeñas, principalmente por rezagados que querían disfrutar ...
  • Aquí la lista de productos Apple que quedarán obsoletos

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    Productos como los iPhone o como las renovaciones del AppleWatch, no son esperadas para esta conferencia por la similitud con respecto a otros años, donde estos productos fueron presentados en septiembre. ¿Quieres saber cuáles serán estos productos? No olvidemos que la idea de este producto es que Apple habría conseguido reducir los biseles de este terminal, consiguiendo que este nuevo iPad tuviese dimensiones muy similares al iPad Pro más pequeño que antes hemos mencionado.
  • Bribery allegations mount against Brazilian president

    Bribery allegations mount against Brazilian president

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    Temer is also a subject of other investigations, including one into how his joint party ticket with Rousseff (he first came to power as vice-president) was funded, which could void the results of the 2014 election. On the tape , which was made public Thursday, Batista told Temer that he was paying money every month to Cunha "to keep things under control" and Temer replied: "You need to keep doing that, OK?" Coalitions often have little ideological common ground in Brazil.
  • Chelsea boss Conte refuses to rule out Diego Costa sale

    Chelsea boss Conte refuses to rule out Diego Costa sale

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    Victor Moses got married to his long-term girlfriend the day after he was sent off for simulation in Chelsea's 2-1 FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal . Moses has been outcast under previous Chelsea managers but has resurrected his career under boss Antonio Conte . Though Conte did admit his player went to ground without contact, he insisted that Moses would not have tried to deceive Taylor.
  • Trump Dismisses Reports on Kushner, Leaks as 'Fake News'

    Trump Dismisses Reports on Kushner, Leaks as 'Fake News'

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    United States media outlets and officials have repeatedly accused people from Trump's team of contacts with the Russian side alleging that Moscow used these contacts for its own purposes and even meddled in the U.S. There are, moreover, many precedents for back channel, secret talks with foreign countries by incoming administrations and even presidential campaigns prior to Election Day.
  • Rajnath assures to find permanent solution to Kashmir

    Rajnath assures to find permanent solution to Kashmir

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    The Minister, however, refused to elaborate on what kind of solution the BJP government has found for Jammu and Kashmir, which is battling almost three decades of a violent separatist campaign. "I don't want to discuss it with the media", Rajnath said when asked if the solution was political in nature. "I don't want to comment on banning Hurriyat".
  • The Warriors will take on the Cavaliers again

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    His 33.4 PPG in the playoffs remains a record , easily surpassing the likes of Allen Iverson, Jerry West, Kevin Durant and James on the all-time leaderboard. Thomas said at the team's practice facility Friday that the swelling must go down before there is a decision on how to rehab. "Scoring is not number one on my agenda".
  • Trump Administration not to host Ramadan event this year

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    The rejection is reported to have come amid criticisms over the administration of President Donald Trump's unfriendly attitude towards Muslims. In a meeting with more than 50 Muslim leaders, Trump portrayed the battle against terrorist groups as a "battle between good and evil", and urged Muslim-majority countries to redouble their own counter-terrorism efforts.
  • Blue Peter presenter John Noakes dies at 83

    Blue Peter presenter John Noakes dies at 83

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    A family friend confirmed his death to The Sun on Monday, saying the presenter's release "from continuing ill health must be counted as a blessing". The presenter left Blue Peter in 1978 amid a row with its editor, Biddy Baxter. After more than eight hours missing he was discovered by a police helicopter in a storm drain, and taken to hospital.
  • Donald Trump Hits Out At 'Fake News' Following Reports On Son-In-Law

    Donald Trump Hits Out At 'Fake News' Following Reports On Son-In-Law

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    The White House has acknowledged the meeting where it was reportedly discussed but said it was a courtesy get-together. Federal investigators and several congressional committees are looking into any connections between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign, including allegations that there may have been collaboration to help Trump and harm his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton .
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 making records in sales and marketing attraction

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    Samsung is gearing up to announce its first smartphone with a dual-camera setup, which will be called the Galaxy C10. At the same time, Romanian Android site AndroidU.ro has got its hands-on a Russian Samsung manual for the Galaxy J7 (2017) and Galaxy J5 (2017), confirming the specifications of the smartphones.
  • Trump tells 'confidants' US will leave Paris climate deal

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    Earlier this week he called Germany "very bad" on trade because of its surplus with the United States. On the climate agreement, Cohn said that he did not know where Trump was in his thinking on the issue. Trudeau and Trump also met for an informal chat on the sidelines of the summit. Standing alongside his counterparts, the president effectively accused countries who do not meet NATO's goal of spending 2 percent of their gross domestic product of sponging off American taxpayers.
  • Rocket test sparks fire at Kennedy Space Center

    Rocket test sparks fire at Kennedy Space Center

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    SpaceX said in a tweet that the static test fire was complete and that the rocket was set to launch next week on a mission to resupply the global space station. on a small island near Pad 39A, which is the pad SpaceX plans to launch from Thursday. Helicopters dropped water on the blaze. USLaunchReport shot video of the static fire test .
  • NASA images show monstrous cyclones churning over Jupiter

    NASA images show monstrous cyclones churning over Jupiter

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    Also said that it was a long trip to get to Jupiter. On August 5th, 2011 Juno launched, and Jupiter's orbit enters on July 4, 2016. Two papers in the journal Science and 44 papers in Geophysical Research Letters describe a trove of discoveries made since Juno began orbiting Jupiter a year ago.
  • CCTV images show Manchester bomber Salman Abedi on night of attack

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    Britains terror threat level was yesterday reduced to "severe" from "critical". The statement said the investigation was making "good progress" with 1,000 people working on it around the clock. Abedi's brother, Hashim and father Ramadan are being detained by anti-terror forces in Libya . Armed police were on the streets Saturday outside London's Wembley Stadium, and security guards conducted extra bag checks, as 90,000 fans arrived for the FA Cup soccer final between Chelsea and ...
  • Ariana Grande promete concierto benéfico en Manchester

    Ariana Grande promete concierto benéfico en Manchester

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    Salman Abedi , el terrorista suicida que mató a 22 personas e hirió a 64 el lunes en Mánchester (Reino Unido), habló con su madre horas antes del atentado para pedirle "perdón", revelaron ayer medios británicos. También dejó saber que continuará con su gira "en honor de los que perdimos, de sus amados", así como de sus fans y todos los afectados por la tragedia.
  • Graham: Withdrawing from Paris deal would be bad for GOP

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    Mr Trump's attitude to climate change made the G7 talks "very difficult" said German Chancellor Angela Merkel (left). Trump has said he would give world leaders the chance to make their case for the accord. Although he promised to make a decision next week, his apparent reluctance to embrace the first legally binding global climate deal clearly annoyed German Chancellor Angela Merkel.