• British PM May could lose majority

    British PM May could lose majority

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    The Survation poll found just over half of the 1,009 respondents thought May would make the best prime minister , whilst support for Labour's Jeremy Corbyn stood at just 30 percent, albeit higher than in previous surveys. The YouGov data suggested the Conservative Party could lose up to 20 of the 330 seats it holds in the current Parliament, with Labour gaining almost 30 seats.
  • Goldman under fire for buying Venezuela

    Goldman under fire for buying Venezuela "hunger bonds"

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    Goldman reportedly shelled out 31 cents on the dollar for PDVSA bonds scheduled to mature in 2022. It has also made Maduro deeply unpopular, with plenty of people within the ruling "Chavista" movement questioning the constituent assembly given that Chavez himself had the constitution re-written in 1999.
  • US says test shows missile defences outpacing ICBM threat

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    North Korea's nuclear ambitions have injected a new sense of urgency to building an effective defense against the country and actions of its unpredictable leader, Kim Jong Un, who is trying to develop a long-range missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead and reaching the US mainland.
  • Melania Trump Makes Fashion Mark Without Designers who Refused to Dress Her

    Melania Trump Makes Fashion Mark Without Designers who Refused to Dress Her

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    In fact, it may bring more than a few to reassess this politically motivated decision, which would prove to be the best revenge. 'You can't impeach a member of Congress!' The success of the former model's first string of high-profile, high fashion public appearances, plus the hope of a Melania Trump Effect as designers, like the rest of us, prepare to potentially lose their health care , unfortunately makes it a little more understandable that they might be beginning to soften their ...
  • Corbyn has everything to gain from TV debate

    Corbyn has everything to gain from TV debate

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    There were 239,700 tweets sent about Mr Corbyn - compared with 107,800 for the Prime Minister - over the 90-minute period, during which the pair were questioned by a studio audience and Jeremy Paxman. The prime minister said Monday's live TV grilling on Channel 4/Sky News had shown: "I am prepared". Video: May: "A blowhard who collapses at first sign of gunfire"? The PM said she wanted to speak directly to voters and answer their questions rather than "squabbling" with other party ...
  • Manchester Police Frantically Searching For Possible Second Bomb

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    British police have made significant arrests and have uncovered important items as they investigate a suicide bomb attack which killed 22 at a music concert in Manchester, the head of the city's police said. "There is no relationship we cherish more than the Special Relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom". The decision to stop sharing police information with U.S.
  • Relationship between Trump, Merkel 'fairly unbelievable': White House

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    Merkel, whose worldview contrasts with Trump's nationalism, made comments after the G-7 summit that were interpreted as casting doubt on the reliability of the U.S.as a partner to Europe under Trump's leadership. Gabriel's comments came a day after Merkel had declared that Europe could no longer completely rely on traditional allies such as the U.S. and Britain.
  • Philippines says Islamists keep up week-long fight with prisoners, looted guns

    Philippines says Islamists keep up week-long fight with prisoners, looted guns

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    The Maute group has proven to be a fierce enemy, clinging on to the heart of Marawi City through days of airstrikes on what the military called known rebel targets, defying expectations of a swift end to their occupation. Mr Duterte yesterday said he would not talk to the rebels and that he was determined to keep ISIS out of the country - a change in stance from last week, when he urged Maute militants to talk with him.
  • Aseguraron más de 12 mil litros de combustible

    Aseguraron más de 12 mil litros de combustible

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    El operativo se realizó con apoyo de la PGR. El cateo derivó del aseguramiento de una camioneta que transportaba hidrocarburo y de acuerdo con las investigaciones, se le vinculó al domicilio mencionado, en la carretera Morelia - Guadalajara, a la altura del kilómetro 17 en la comunidad de Cuto del Porvenir.
  • Spain and India PMs meet to boost economic, security ties

    Spain and India PMs meet to boost economic, security ties

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    The agreements were signed after PM Modi held wide-ranging talks with Rajoy at the Moncloa Palace in the Spanish capital, as per PTI . It was the first visit by an Indian prime minister to Spain since the late Narashima Rao travel to the country in 1992.
  • Trump expected to leave climate deal - but with 'caveats'

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    The strategy does not include leaving the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which would have been a quicker, but more drastic, way to bow out of worldwide climate dealings. "Our climate action strategy represents an opportunity to attract investment, innovation and develop new green technologies", he said. The Sierra Club's executive director, Michael Brune, called the expected move a "historic mistake which our grandchildren will look back on with stunned dismay at how a ...
  • Putin Cancels Some Sanctions Against Turkey

    Putin Cancels Some Sanctions Against Turkey

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    Russia is still keeping a ban on Turkish tomato imports, in the face of a Turkish proposal to lift the bar outside the Russian growing season. Putin also partially restored a mutual agreement on the movement of each country's citizens that was suspended after Turkey shot down the plane near the Syrian border, the Kremlin added.
  • Man who threw baby off bridge facing possible life sentence

    Man who threw baby off bridge facing possible life sentence

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    Tony Moreno learned his fate today in Middletown Superior Court . Police said Moreno threw his son, Aedan , off the Arrigoni Bridge over the Connecticut River in July 2015, during strained relations with the boy's mother. After officers arrived, they saw Moreno jump and found an empty baby stroller, but did not see the infant. Aeden's body was found two days later, several miles downstream from where he had been thrown.
  • Official says Trump expected to pull USA from Paris deal

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    Rajoy and Modi agreed to boost bilateral cooperation in the field of combating climate change. "While specific environmental regulations can sometimes lead to job losses, they also can and do lead to job gains - with the result being roughly a wash".
  • HS investigating teddy bear hanging by noose found on campus

    HS investigating teddy bear hanging by noose found on campus

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    It was quickly removed, but many staff and students saw it, and a photo quickly spread on social media. On Tuesday morning, Wakefield High School students were greeted by the macabre sight of the hanging bear along with a sign reading, "Make Wakefield TRIPP again #smartlunch".
  • Britain may be heading for hung Parliament

    Britain may be heading for hung Parliament

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    That would leave the Conservatives with 310 seats, 16 short of the number needed for a majority. Of course if YouGov's projection is accurate it would be disastrous for Theresa May who called a snap General Election in the hope to give the Conservatives a greater majority in Parliament , and provide "stability and strong leadership" as the United Kingdom enters negotiations to leave the European Union.
  • Paris Climate Treaty: What you need to know

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    Mr Trump , who has called global warming a " hoax ", tweeted on Wednesday morning: "I will be announcing my decision on the Paris Accord over the next few days". " President Trump's foolish decision means America is joining Syria and Nicaragua as the only three nations in the world not part of the race to head off one of the most risky threats the planet has faced", said Cook.
  • OPEC, other nations extend output cut to March

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    The production cut has been extended by nine months and can persist up to a year. It's believed that this will be more than sufficient to bring the oil market back into balance, by which they mean bring oil stocks back down to their five year average.
  • Iraq paramilitaries move on key town near Syrian border

    Iraq paramilitaries move on key town near Syrian border

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    Once Baaj falls, he told The Associated Press , the fight with IS will move to the Syrian border. In early 2014, IS began driving Iraqi government forces out of the country's western Anbar province and that summer overran Mosul and large swaths of Iraq's north.
  • Google reveals 'America's Most Misspelled Words'

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    The National Spelling Bee is now underway, so Google Trends, the Twitter account featuring the official data and visualizations from the company, assembled a map of each USA state's most misspelled word - as determined by the word that's most searched with "how to spell".
  • Top aide exits as wider White House overhaul expected

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    At a December meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, Kushner reportedly suggested using secure equipment at the Russian embassy or one of the Russian consulates to open a secret communications channel with the government of strongman Vladimir Putin.
  • Merkel reiterates call for Europe to 'take fate into our own hands'

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    On Sunday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Europe can no longer count on the United States and its allies. When pressed by a reporter who cited Merkel's comments about lessening the country's reliance on the USA that seemed to allude to Trump's election and presidency, Spicer was quick to decry those comments as out of context.
  • Trash titans charged in suburban Detroit corruption probe

    Trash titans charged in suburban Detroit corruption probe

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    The FBI alleges that that in March 2016, Fiore paid Reynolds a $4,000 cash bribe in order for Clinton Township to secure a towing contract. "Bribery regardless of how you disguise it, is illegal", said Special Agent in Charge Manny Muriel for IRS Criminal Investigation, in a media release.
  • NYTimes: Kushner Attempted to Set Up Direct Line to Putin

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    All eyes are back on Washington D.C.as President Trump has returned from his nine-day trip overseas and as business picks back up following the Memorial Day holiday, Mr. He added: "Whenever you see the words "sources say" in the fake news media, and they don't mention names.it is very possible that those sources don't exist".
  • El INE asegura que contará bien los votos el 4 de junio

    El INE asegura que contará bien los votos el 4 de junio

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    Las encuestadoras podrán dar a conocer los resultados de sus sondeos de salida a las 18 horas del domingo , cuando ya hayan cerrado las casillas , y a partir de las 20 horas, los resultados de sus conteos rápidos. Los simulacros del PREP abarcan la secuencia de alimentación y proyección de datos, así como la prueba de los sistemas informáticos. La aplicación desarrollada por la Unidad Técnica de Servicios de Informática (UNICOM) del INE para la digitalización del acta garantiza ...
  • Renuncia la canciller argentina Susana Malcorra

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    Ex embajador en Australia, país del que Argentina pretende copiar el modelo y tener como socio estratégico (en días vendrá de visita la canciller australiana a nuestro país), Villagra Delgado es un diplomático con más de treinta años de carrera.
  • A los 83 años murió el exdictador panameño Manuel Antonio Noriega

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    Noriega fue extraditado a Panamá el 11 de diciembre de 2011, tras cumplir más de 20 años en la cárcel en Estados Unidos y Francia por narcotráfico y blanqueo. Noriega , el MAN o el "cara de piña", como era conocido por las marcas que le causó la viruela, gobernó Panamá con puño de hierro entre 1983 y 1989 .
  • Uniquely Qualified for an Israeli-Palestinian Peace Deal?

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    President Donald Trump used his centrepiece Holy Land speech on Tuesday to reaffirm his commitment to peace between Israelis and Palestinians, but he offered no new details on how to achieve a goal that has eluded USA leaders for decades. By visiting the Western Wall, a United States president was exposed for the first time to the love and the linkage the Jewish feel for their holiest sites, Hanegbi said, adding: "I believe that we heard an American president that loves Israel and understands ...
  • UK police arrest another man in concert bombing probe

    UK police arrest another man in concert bombing probe

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    The brothers spoke on the phone just minutes before the attack at a concert at Manchester Arena, Ben Salem said, but Hashim told his Libyan interrogators that he did not know details about where and when the blast would be. "Last night family-liaison officers shared with those families the fact that intelligence had been leaked and published in The New York Times ", he said.
  • Trump resisting pressure from Europe, pope on climate deal

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    It would reflect a major reversal of the Obama administration's efforts on climate change . "And that reaction will build momentum". After news of the upcoming decision broke, politicians, celebrities, and a famous astronaut hopped online to share their concern for lack of a prominent us role in climate leadership.
  • Suspect in Deadly Portland Train Stabbings to Appear in Court

    Suspect in Deadly Portland Train Stabbings to Appear in Court

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    The man accused of killing an Army veteran and a recent college graduate on a Portland train shouted about patriotism, free speech, and the enemies of America in his first court appearance on Tuesday. Christian faces aggravated murder and other charges. Christian slashes Fletcher-Cole in the neck; he then stabs Meche in the neck, then wounded him a second time , according to the affidavit.
  • Jeremy Corbyn to make surprise appearance at the BBC leaders debate

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    The leaders of the Liberal Democrats, the UK Independence Party, the Greens and Welsh nationalist Plaid Cymru, and the deputy leader of the Scottish National Party, are also taking part in the debate. Mrs May's appearance alongside husband Philip produced a few glimpses inside a very private marriage, with Mr May revealing he does the "boy jobs" like taking out the bins and tries to keep ministerial red boxes out of the bedroom.
  • New WHO chief underscores importance of health as a rights issue

    New WHO chief underscores importance of health as a rights issue

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    Adhanom served as Ethiopia's Foreign Minister from 2012 to 2016, and Minister of Health from 2005 to 2012. Ghebreyesus told health ministers at the WHO's annual assembly after his election. Before voting started, Mr Tedros, the only non-medical doctor among the three finalists, said it was nearly "pure luck" that he was competing to lead WHO.
  • Vecinos de Montalbán 3 denunciaron ataque con bombas lacrimógenas

    Vecinos de Montalbán 3 denunciaron ataque con bombas lacrimógenas

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    El concejal Jesús Armas, explicó que el ataque se produjo en Montalbán 3. "Lanzaron bombas lacrimógenas, entraron en las residencias Plazas Paraísos y además hirieron en el pie a uno de los jóvenes que trabaja conmigo", informó Armas. A las 11:28 pm seguían en la avenida Teherán. En la madrugada de ayer el Comando Nacional Antiterrorista, juramentado el 29 de mayo por el Ejecutivo, detuvo a más de 30 personas en Altamira y derribó barricadas en Bello Monte.
  • How to watch ICC Champions Trophy warm-up game online

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    Bhuvneshwar Kumar and (Jasprit) Bhumrah are two of the best death bowlers in the world. With its rapid-fire schedule and the strength of its field, the Champions Trophy is arguably the preferred 50-over event for players and fans compared to the Cricket World Cup, which can drag on for six weeks and where many results can be predicted.
  • Iran denounces Trump's remarks in Riyadh

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    First lady Melania Trump and the president's eldest daughter Ivanka showed off their locks, following in the footsteps, not only of Michelle Obama, but of female leaders like German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Theresa May.
  • 24 killed in twin bombing in Baghdad

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    The attack was also claimed by ISIS. Hours later, the AFP news agency reported five people killed and 17 injured in a blast near al-Shuhada bridge, one of the city's main crossing points. "She will now never make it back home", the statement said. The attacks in Baghdad come as ISIS militants are steadily losing more territory to US-backed Iraqi forces in the battle for Mosul , a city that was the jihadist group's most emblematic stronghold.