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The incident comes in the wake of heightened tensions between both the countries over the death sentence awarded to Kulbhushan Jadhav by a Pakistan military court on the charges of espionage. Effectively its military courts can try civilians, including foreigners, and sentence them to death without affording them any due process. Aziz, however, said that Pakistan will further strengthen its legal team and that it will go forward into the case with full preparation.
  • Cancilleres de la OEA discuten crisis de Venezuela

    Cancilleres de la OEA discuten crisis de Venezuela

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    Asimismo, planteaba "establecer un grupo u otro mecanismo de facilitación para apoyar un nuevo proceso de diálogo" y "promover la implementación oportuna de los compromisos que asuman las partes". La oposición del Gobierno de Venezuela a que se trate su situación en la OEA ha llevado a Caracas a anunciar su decisión de retirarse de la organización, que podrá ser efectiva hasta 2019.
  • White House says Trump expected to pull U.S. from Paris deal

    White House says Trump expected to pull U.S. from Paris deal

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    Leaving the deal would fulfill a central campaign pledge, but would anger worldwide allies who spent years in hard negotiations that produced an accord to reduce carbon emissions. Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi released a statement condemning the potential move, one which she said favors big energy over the environment and allows other countries to take the lead.
  • White House Comms. Director Dubke Resigns

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    Dubke's departure comes as speculation has swirled about a possible Trump staff shakeup. Dubke resigned just before Trump left on his foreign trip but will stay on until a transition is concluded, Reince Priebus, the White House chief of staff, said.
  • Delcy Rodríguez repudia declaraciones de Videgaray sobre Venezuela

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    Consultado sobre si consideraba que Venezuela es una dictadura, el funcionario dijo: "Creo que, hoy por hoy, no es una democracia y estamos viendo rasgos, francamente autoritarios". Al menos 59 personas han fallecido en medio de masivas movilizaciones antigubernamentales en el país , que sufre de una crisis económica y una escasez de alimentos y medicinas.
  • French President Macron grills Putin on LGBTQ rights

    French President Macron grills Putin on LGBTQ rights

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    Speaking with remarkable frankness, Macron tore into the state-funded Russian media outlets Sputnik and Russia Today, for spreading what he said were "serious untruths" during the French election. Putin said Russian Federation had offered the US and its allies the chance to inspect the Syrian base for traces of the chemical agent. The two leaders discussed the rights of the LGBTQ community in Russia, including the crackdown on gay men in the Russian republic of Chechnya .
  • Manchester Suitcase in Bomber's Photo 'Ticking' Somewhere?

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    It came as police released further details about terrorist Salman Abedi - including that he had bought most of the key component parts of the suicide bomb in the few days before the attack. As the sprawling police inquiry continued, Mr Hopkins said investigators would "leave no stone unturned in trying to nail down" Abedi's last movements and trace "every single bit of property that is out there".
  • Trump's communications aide steps down

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    Kushner, who now serves as the senior adviser to President Donald Trump , also told friends that he and Ivanka have discussed the possibility of moving their family back to New York City. More attorneys with deep experience in Washington investigations are expected to be added, along with crisis communication experts, to help the White House in the weeks ahead.
  • Eurozone Inflation Falls to Lowest Level This Year

    Eurozone Inflation Falls to Lowest Level This Year

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    Euro zone government bond yields briefly fell on Wednesday after data showed inflation dropping well below the European Central Bank's target ahead of a meeting of policymakers next week. The dollar index, under pressure over the past fortnight from concerns over the Trump administration's difficulties, gained about 0.2 per cent in early trade in Europe.
  • Afghan president condemns Kabul terror attack

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    At 8:30 a.m. this morning, in the diplomatic quarter of Afghanistan's capital, Kabul , a suicide bomber killed at least 90 and wounded 400. The investigation is still ongoing, particularly as to how they were able to sneak a sewage truck full of explosives into what is theoretically among the most secure parts of the city, Such security failures have been a recurring problem with Afghanistan.
  • Periodo de reflexión electoral inicia este 1 de junio

    Periodo de reflexión electoral inicia este 1 de junio

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    La duración de la veda electoral , también conocida como periodo de reflexión, inicia este jueves y concluye hasta las 18:00 horas del domingo, día en que celebrarán los comicios. Este punto, para el caso del estado de México , era uno de los que preocupaban todavía ayer por la mañana al PAN, Morena y PRD; sobre todo para el caso de sus representantes sustitutos.
  • Cracks widen in US-Europe alliance

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    In many respects not that much will change. "Transatlantic ties are of paramount importance to us. but the current situation gives more reasons for.us to take our destiny in our own hands", Merkel said, stressing that "Europe must become a player active in worldwide affairs".
  • ICC Rankings: Kohli only Indian in top 10 of ICC ODI rankings

    ICC Rankings: Kohli only Indian in top 10 of ICC ODI rankings

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    Afterwards, England captain Eoin Morgan was critical of the strip prepared at his Lord's home ground. The 28-year-old has been part of a Bangladesh side that has now become serious contenders in the one-day game, with a notable victory over England in the group stage of the 2015 World Cup.
  • Two blasts at transport terminal in Indonesian capital

    Two blasts at transport terminal in Indonesian capital

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    The President has ordered the Indonesian National Police Chief, general Tito Karnavian, to conduct a thorough investigation on the suspect's remaining cells. Five were police and five were civilians. Mr Lee joined Dr Tan in condemning the attack, calling it a "senseless act of violence". "While we mourn we must learn from these events as we do and sharpen our resolve to defeat the terrorists overseas and at home", Mr Turnbull said.
  • Angela Merkel claims Brexit talks will be about STRENGTHENING Europe

    Angela Merkel claims Brexit talks will be about STRENGTHENING Europe

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    European leaders were especially dismayed by Trump's refusal to reaffirm U.S. support for last year's Paris climate change accord and his failure to publicly endorse NATO's mutual defense pledge. For her part, Merkel had called on Trump after his election to uphold the values of Western democracy following a divisive presidential campaign. He added that the USA president was undermining the peaceful cooperation of nations based on mutual respect and tolerance.
  • New Trump attack on Germany widens transatlantic rift Featured

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    Merkel, who met with Trump at a G7 summit the day before, said that Europeans "must really take our destiny into our own hands". " Donald Trump is making clear with his tweet that he considers Germany a political opponent", said Thomas Oppermann , the parliamentary caucus leader of the Social Democrats, the junior partners in Merkel's coalition government.
  • Mike Dubke, President Trump's communications director, has resigned

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    Now he is parting ways with his communications director Mike Dubke . Rumors of impending shake-ups have come and gone in the Trump White House before. Asked about the possible changes in Tuesday afternoon's briefing, Spicer said, "I think the president is very pleased with his team". The press secretary cited a tweet from over the weekend, and reporters pushed back again.
  • Donald Trump to withdraw U.S. from Paris climate change accord

    Donald Trump to withdraw U.S. from Paris climate change accord

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    Earlier, America's worldwide allies and Trump's domestic opponents lashed out at media reports that the United States could withdraw from the global accord to curb carbon emissions, a move that would make the deal less effective. Critics have said climate-change deals are just a way for liberals to hurt energy and coal jobs, while driving up costs for consumers. "Our climate action strategy represents an opportunity to attract investment, innovation and develop new green ...
  • White House adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski dies

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    Brzezinski served as Carter's principal foreign policy adviser during the 1976 campaign and as national security adviser from 1977-1981. He helped guide Carter during the Iran hostage crisis, when 52 Americans were held in Tehran for 444 days, and he supported billions of dollars in military aid to help Islamic fighters battle the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.
  • Wilbur Ross heartened by lack of protestors in Saudi Arabia

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    This is Donald Trump's first overseas visit and his speech was the highlight of his two-day visit. The approach was also created to contrast with former President Barack Obama, whom Trump has criticized for his handling of the fight against Islamic State.
  • White House aide out after 3 months

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    Spicer also told reporters that the White House views Germany and other European countries as important allies. White House spokesman Sean Spicer pushed back Tuesday on the idea that a broader reorganization was imminent, but he acknowledged the president is frustrated with news stories "that are absolutely false, that are not based in fact".
  • Pope's South Sudan trip cancelled by Vatican

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    The world's youngest country gained its independence from Sudan in 2011. It has been war-torn since a political struggle in 2013, led to fighting, often along ethnic lines, resulting in as many as 300,000 being killed and 3 million displaced.
  • India would stick to climate accord even if US pulled out

    India would stick to climate accord even if US pulled out

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    The transatlantic diplomatic rift widened on Tuesday as US President Donald Trump responded to criticism from Chancellor Angela Merkel with a new attack on German trade tactics and defense spending. "You have him saying Germany is bad , and it's just such a unusual way to put things". "23 of the 28 nations are still not paying what they should be paying for their defense.
  • Senate approves $11.8 billion state budget

    Senate approves $11.8 billion state budget

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    Senate takes up health insurance reform this year will be that the final product won't be a total repeal of the Affordable Care Act as some Republicans promised on the 2016 campaign trail, two GOP senators told Iowans Tuesday. The American Health Care Act is now being considered in the Senate and received a CBO score for the first time last week. Still, that risks losing conservative GOP support in the Senate or could make it significantly harder to reach a compromise with the House, ...
  • In standing up to Trump, Europe gets its mojo back

    In standing up to Trump, Europe gets its mojo back

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    Trump has vowed to decide this week whether to pull the United States out of the Paris framework on climate change but left his counterparts in the G7 with no idea of which way he was leaning. Financial Times Gideon Rachman took issue with Merkel's comments after she implied the days where Germany could rely on the western alliance were "over to a certain extent", adding "I have experienced this in the last few days".
  • Three Mile Island nuclear plant to close in 2019

    Three Mile Island nuclear plant to close in 2019

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    Tom Schuster, senior campaign representative with the Sierra Club, said his organization also wants to participate in those discussions. Pennsylvania ranks as the state with the second most nuclear capacity in the country, second only to IL.
  • May and Corbyn set out opposing European Union stances

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    The studio audiences have been selected with an eye toward balance. With 10 days to go until the General Election, the Prime Minister and Labour leader will go before TV's grand inquisitor in a live grilling by Jeremy Paxman tonight. She added: "But I am prepared - prepared to take the hard decisions that leadership demands". The video focused on the topic of school funding and included the moment May was heckled and laughed at by the studio audience for saying the Labour manifesto figures ...
  • United Kingdom police search property in Manchester attack investigation

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    An armed police officer stands at the start of the Great Manchester Run in central Manchester, England, Sunday May 28, 2017. Interior Minister Amber Rudd told Sky News that this was a "right first step" for MI5 to take in the wake of the bombing that killed 22 people at a pop concert by US singer Ariana Grande.
  • White House communications director Mike Dubke steps down

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    Dubke, who has worked closely with White House press secretary Sean Spicer, served as a behind-the-scenes player helping manage communications strategy, responses to crises such as the firing of James Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director, as well as rollout plans for policy and other initiatives.
  • German foreign minister tries to cool off Merkel-Trump row

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    His top economic adviser, Gary Cohn , proceeded to display either an audacious contempt - or baffling ignorance - of the European Union's most basic principles, by raising the prospect of the US reaching a bilateral trade agreement with Germany (the EU only negotiates trade deals as a group).
  • Trump's communications director set to leave White House

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    The US leader visited Arlington National Cemetery to mark Memorial Day, a day of remembrance for the nation's war dead, but had to quickly pivot his attention to the Russian Federation scandal after returning to Washington late Saturday from his first worldwide trip since taking office.
  • Virat Kohli only Indian in top 10 of ICC ODI rankings

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    Roy's place at the top of the order appeared to be under pressure after his run of four single-figure scores in his last five one-day global innings. Despite the increasing claims of Jonny Bairstow , who has scored three half-centuries in his last four ODIs, Morgan gave a resounding endorsement of the Surrey opener.
  • Corey Lewandowski Says He's Open to Returning to Trump's Team

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    In a tweet early on Tuesday, Trump shot back against the Russia probes, writing: "Russian officials must be laughing at the USA & how a lame excuse for why the Dems lost the election has taken over the Fake News ". Trump returned to Washington on Saturday from a nine-day foreign trip to Saudi Arabia, Israel , Vatican City, Brussels and Italy. Kushner is Trump's Orthodox Jewish son-in-law.
  • Aventaja PRI en Edomex a días de la elección

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    Lo anterior, luego de que el candidato de la coalición PRI-PVEM-Panal-PES dijera en una entrevista con Joaquín López-Dóriga que de ganar la elección del 4 de junio invitaría a su gabinete a Juan Zepeda . En tercer sitio aparece el perredista Juan Zepeda con 17.4% y en cuarto lugar la panista Josefina Vázquez Mota con un 14.7%. Un 75 por ciento piensa que debe cambiar el partido en el gobierno.
  • Trump plans to pull US from Paris deal

    Trump plans to pull US from Paris deal

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    Eric Holthaus, a meteorologist , drew attention on Twitter Wednesday when he railed against Trump's alleged decision to pull out of the agreement-a move that appears to be made on the grounds that it negatively affects the USA economy. The organization's main Twitter page quoted Secretary-General Antonio Guterres as saying, "Climate change is undeniable". "If other countries lose confidence in our commitment to climate change, they may cut back their commitment".
  • Chennai textile showroom fire continues for second day

    Chennai textile showroom fire continues for second day

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    Officials said 60 fire tenders and 450 personnel were involved in the massive firefighting operation at Chennai Silks building in T-Nagar, The News Minute reported. Workers and owners of neighbouring shops were unaware of the fire until they showed up on-site. T Nagar is the market place in Chennai which has several silk shops.
  • Trump expected to pull U.S. from Paris deal: White House

    Trump expected to pull U.S. from Paris deal: White House

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    She says no one government can stop the momentum toward tackling climate change , adding that Canada will continue "marching on". President Donald Trump will follow through on a campaign pledge to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord , a source briefed on the decision told Reuters .
  • May reclamará a Trump filtración a prensa

    May reclamará a Trump filtración a prensa

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    La primera ministra británica, Theresa May , abordó el asunto con Trump en la cumbre de la OTAN, afirmó su portavoz, mientras esperaban a hacerse la foto de los líderes. Según recoge hoy el periódico "The Guardian", una fuente del Gobierno de Londres indicó que "esas imágenes procedentes del sistema norteamericano son claramente perturbadoras para las víctimas, sus familias y los ciudadanos".
  • This is how the BBC Election Debate 2017 went down

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    But after scoring an early hit by accusing Mrs May of running scared of TV debates, he now has a chance to get his party back into the game alongside Home Secretary Amber Rudd and the other party leaders. Meanwhile, Caroline Lucas, co-leader of the Green Party, branded May's decision not to attend "extreme cowardice" as her replacement Rudd floundered.