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Esa propuesta está incluida en un proyecto de declaración impulsado por Perú junto con EE.UU., Canadá, México y Panamá, que es uno de los dos borradores que se debaten en la sesión de la OEA. La OEA se ha dado un receso temporal en la reunión de cancilleres para tratar de consensuar una declaración a partir de las dos propuestas presentadas.
  • Philippines says 500 militants involved in siege

    Philippines says 500 militants involved in siege

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    Duterte declared martial law on Mindanao island where Marawi is located, in a move to quell movements he said he had long warned would mushroom into what is now an Islamic State invasion. That has been compounded by social media images of smiling fighters with assault rifles posing on an armored, USA -made police combat vehicle, dressed in black and wearing headbands typical of Islamic State.
  • Planned Parenthood in Vacaville to close June 30

    Planned Parenthood in Vacaville to close June 30

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    The letter to Sessions and McCabe refers to the investigations' findings, including "evidence of violations of laws protecting human research subjects and patient privacy; laws regulating anatomical gifts for transplantation, therapy, research, and education; laws protecting late-term and born-alive infants; and laws pertaining to public funding for fetal tissue research and abortion providers" by the House investigation.
  • Trump's alignment with Israel and Saudi against Iran: Here's the catch

    Trump's alignment with Israel and Saudi against Iran: Here's the catch

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    The former president's tilt toward Iran, from the outset of his first term, was the original sin for Saudis and Israelis alike, along with Egypt, Jordan and key Gulf states. "Our fundamental problem is with the occupation and settlements, and failure of Israel to recognise the state of Palestine in the same way we recognise it, which undermines the realisation of the two-state solution", Abbas said.
  • New Trump attack on Germany widens transatlantic rift

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    Trump also has demanded that Germany meet the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation military alliance's defence spending target of two per cent of gross domestic product and criticised Merkel's open-door migration policy. Europe needs to step up its presence on the global stage, for example by bringing about solutions to issues such as the Libya conflict, migration and economic problems including unemployment, she said.
  • Republican Greg Gianforte wins Montana special election, CNN projects

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    President Trump on Friday told reporters during a photo spray at the G7 Sicily summit that Gianforte's election constitutes a: "great win in Montana". Gianforte has two weeks to enter a plea to the misdemeanor citation issued by the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office, according to Lambert, who said he would likely review the case before then to decide whether it should be treated as a felony offense, which would supersede the current charge.
  • President Trump expected to withdraw from Paris climate agreement

    President Trump expected to withdraw from Paris climate agreement

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    As a first step, he said he would press for ratification of an agreement reached a year ago on phasing out hydrofluorocarbons, a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. "Congress deserves a detailed explanation from the administration", she tweeted . President Donald Trump may be dragging out his decision on whether to ditch the Paris climate agreement , but major American corporations have not waited for a government signal to start cutting their carbon emissions.
  • Trump to withdraw U.S. from Paris pact on global warming

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    She's criticizing what she says are "destructive and short-sighted" decisions by the Trump administration. The drive to improve efficiency has prompted many USA business leaders to support the Paris accord . While Trump has yet to formally act on the Paris agreement , a pact that Brown participated in, White House officials told some news organizations the president had made up his mind to pull out.
  • Slain policeman Brett Forte's wife tormented at memorial

    Slain policeman Brett Forte's wife tormented at memorial

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    Brett and Susan Forte on their wedding day. "Weipa Police and our colleagues throughout the far north, would like to express our deepest sympathies to the family, close work colleagues of Senior Constable Forte and the community affected by this tragedy".
  • United States boosting Israeli military aid by millions: Netanyahu

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    In his speech from Saudi Arabia , Trump urged the Muslims to unite with the U.S.to combat Islamist terrorism. Apparently, one of the unique perks Trump enjoys is not being held accountable for what he says or does. Israel's right-wing camp saw that as a pass to ramp up construction in Israeli settlements, Jewish communities built on land the Palestinians want for a future state.
  • Accused Portland stabber liked Nazis, comics and pot

    Accused Portland stabber liked Nazis, comics and pot

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    A witness later said Christian called Muslims "criminals" and yelled "get off the bus and out of this country because you don't pay taxes here". You got no safe place. Christian, the suspect, served prison time after holding up employees at a convenience store with a gun in 2002, court records show. "You hear me? Die".
  • Spicer: President Trump's Relationship with Chancellor Merkel is 'Fairly Unbelievable'

    Spicer: President Trump's Relationship with Chancellor Merkel is 'Fairly Unbelievable'

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    In one February poll , 78 percent of Germans said they were " very concerned " about Trump's policies. "The times when we could completely count on others, they are over to a certain extent". Merkel had already begun finessing her message on Monday (29 May), stressing that she was a "convinced trans-Atlanticist", a message she repeated after a meeting with visiting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Berlin .
  • Ariana Grande will return to Manchester to hold a benefit concert

    Ariana Grande will return to Manchester to hold a benefit concert

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    NEW YORK-Pop star Ariana Grande promised to return to Manchester to play a charity concert following a suicide attack at her show, as she urged fans to respond to the tragedy with love. But she added defiantly: "We will not quit or operate in fear". She returned to her Boca Raton, Florida, home. In her Instagram posting, she said that her "Dangerous Woman" concert tour was meant to be a "space for my fans, a place for them to escape, to celebrate, to heal, to feel safe and to be themselves".
  • Maduro invitó a la población a postularse ante la ANC

    Maduro invitó a la población a postularse ante la ANC

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    La Fiscalía no vinculó el hecho con la oleada de protestas opositoras contra Maduro , con un saldo de muertos que ascendió este domingo a 59 en 58 días, según el balance de la institución. La presidenta del Consejo Nacional Electoral (CNE ), Tibisay Lucena , detalló que los aspirantes al proceso constituyente deben ingresar al portal web del Poder Electoral, http://www.cne.gov.ve/web/index.php, donde habilitarán un aviso para las postulaciones territoriales y sectoriales.
  • Trump criticises Germany's trade, spending

    Trump criticises Germany's trade, spending

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    Her foreign minister, a political rival, upped the rhetoric Monday by declaring that with Trump's policies, "the West has become smaller". But the betrayal lies not with Trump calling out European leaders. Merkel called into question the nature of Germany's relationship to Anglo-American allies at the conclusion of the G-7 summit in Italy , saying that the days when Europe could completely rely on others were "over to a certain extent".
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski, National Security Adviser to Jimmy Carter, dead at 89

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    Former President Carter said in a statement Friday night, "Rosalynn and I are saddened by the death of Zbigniew Brzezinski". Polish-born strategist guided USA president through Iran crisis and pushed hard line against Soviets. In recent years, Mr Brzezinski took part in proceedings created to bring the former Soviet republics into North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Brzezinski was born in Poland.
  • Italy backs Merkel call for stronger Europe in age of Trump

    Italy backs Merkel call for stronger Europe in age of Trump

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    The deadlock over FTA between India and the European Union (EU) was also highlighted at the summit, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and senior business leaders urging the Prime Minister for a speedy conclusion to the FTA. " One must stand in the way of such a man with his ideology of rearmament ", Schulz added. "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", said Merkel.
  • South Korea's Exports Grow for Seventh Straight Month

    South Korea's Exports Grow for Seventh Straight Month

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    Imports soared a faster 18.2 percent to $39.05 billion, topping expectations for a 14.6 percent gain. For the first five months of this year, exports reached 228.1 billion dollars. Overseas sales of flat screens continued their upside cycle to jump 13 percent last month from a year earlier on stellar sales of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels, while shipments of computers with solid-state drives (SSD) gained 8.9 percent in May for the second consecutive month.
  • As US retreats, European Union and China seek climate leadership at summit

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    The decision would be a significant foreign policy break with almost every other nation on earth and a major reversal of the Obama administration's efforts on climate change . pulls out". Furthermore, he says that the worldwide community should be more concerned about the actions of the US, rather than whether the government is symbolically participating.
  • ACLU: Revoking alt-right rally permits unconstitutional

    ACLU: Revoking alt-right rally permits unconstitutional

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    The second Portland alt-right gathering has been labeled #MarchAgainstSharia. The announcement eliminates one of two planned events that have city officials especially anxious in the wake of last week's murders. If the organizers of either rally denied Wheeler the opportunity to speak, the mayor would be in a position to ask what they were afraid of hearing.
  • China factory activity held steady in May, index shows

    China factory activity held steady in May, index shows

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    Down Under, the S&P/ASX 200 was basically flat, trading lower by 0.04 percent. Eastern time. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 29 points, or 0.1 percent, to 21,000. "But today's downbeat unofficial PMI suggests conditions may not have held up as well as previously thought". Solar power companies sank as investors wondered if President Donald Trump will seek to remove the US from the Paris climate change accords.
  • Horrific Kabul bombing kills 80, hundreds wounded

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    An official with the U.S. Department of State confirmed to ABC News that 11 Americans working as contractors for the U.S. embassy in Kabul were among those wounded in the blast. USA troops in Afghanistan number about 8,400 today, and there are another 5,000 from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies. Gen. Mirza Mohammad Yarmand, former deputy interior minister, said more troops won't help, although he urged the global community to stay committed to Afghanistan.
  • Marty Walsh Speaks Out on Trump's Paris Climate Deal Decision

    Marty Walsh Speaks Out on Trump's Paris Climate Deal Decision

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    Juncker says European leaders tried to explain the process for withdrawing from the global agreement to Trump "in clear, simple sentences" during meetings last week. Asked whether a decision to leave the Paris Agreement would end his involvement with the Administration, he confirmed that it would. Abandoning the Paris deal would fulfil a central campaign pledge for the president , but would anger global allies who spent years in hard negotiations that produced an accord to ...
  • Trump covfefe tweet ridiculed worldwide

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    He deleted the tweet hours later. This confounding tweet was eventually deleted, but Trump soon followed up with another one, which read, "Who can figure out the true meaning of "covfefe"??? ". Trump himself joined in the fun Wednesday morning, challenging his Twitter followers to figure out the "true meaning" of the made-up word. Last Thursday (May 25th), news site Axios cited a White House insider who claimed that the only app on Trump's iPhone was Twitter, and that effort was ...
  • Make in India outreach has attracted many German SMEs: Modi

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    Merkel suggested that Europe's relationship with the USA had shifted significantly following last week's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and G-7 meetings with President Donald Trump that produced disappointing results, saying Saturday that " the times in which we can fully count on others are somewhat over, as I have experienced in the past few days ".
  • Slipping in polls as election looms, British PM boycotts TV debate

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    May called a snap parliamentary election for June 8 - three years early - arguing that a bigger majority for her Conservatives will strengthen Britain's hand in Brexit negotiations with the European Union . In her closing remarks at the end of the debate, she said: "You heard the squabbling and discord of disagreement tonight". May's poll lead started to contract sharply after she set out plans on May 18 to make some elderly people pay a greater share of their care costs, a proposal ...
  • White House says will refer questions about Russia probes to Trump's attorney

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    On Twitter , President Trump said "Russian officials must be laughing at the US - and how a lame excuse for why the Dems lost the election - has taken over the fake news ". More attorneys with deep experience in Washington investigations are expected to be added, along with crisis communications experts. "I'm wondering, Sean, if you could tell us when the president knew - whether the President knew at the time that Jared Kushner was seeking to establish back-channel communications ...
  • Meet Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus - the new World Health Organization chief

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    The three were the last remaining from an original field of six candidates to lead the World Health Organization , which is tasked with combating outbreaks and chronic diseases. Global health security begins at home. In his address to delegates, Tedros, who is the only non-medical doctor in the race, said it was nearly "pure luck" that he was competing to lead World Health Organization, noting that when he was growing up in Ethiopia, his 7-year-old brother was killed by a common childhood ...
  • Scott Pelley out at 'CBS Evening News'

    Scott Pelley out at 'CBS Evening News'

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    Despite reaching somewhere between 7 and 8 million viewers, the 59-year-old newsman has consistently finished in third place in the ratings behind his two main competitors, NBC's Lester Holt and ABC's David Muir , which reportedly led to his contract not being renewed.
  • Trump's communications director Mike Dubke quits

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    Kellyanne Conway , White House counselor, has told The Associated Press that Dubke handed in his resignation before President Donald Trump left for his global trip earlier this month. "The problem is is that I think the president - to the question - gets frustrated when he sees fake stories get published - things that aren't based in fact, and a narrative gets pushed", Spicer said.
  • Trump to Leave Paris Climate Agreement?

    Trump to Leave Paris Climate Agreement?

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    Conference of Mayors that would formally establish support from the nation's mayors for the goal of 100 percent renewable energy in cities nationwide. On Wednesday, Exxon shareholders voted to require the company to produce an annual report examining how the oil and gas giant will be impacted by efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions directed by the Paris agreement .
  • Trump to announce decision on Paris deal

    Trump to announce decision on Paris deal

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    President Donald Trump's strategy toward the facts of climate change has culminated with the disappearance of climate-science data from federal databases. Embattled tech contemporary and Uber CEO Travis Kalanick withdrew after Trump's temporary travel ban on people from certain countries in the Middle East stirred controversy.
  • Top civil, military leaders in national security huddle

    Top civil, military leaders in national security huddle

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    Keeping in view the urgency of the situation, the prime minister has called another meeting of the CCE on Tuesday (today). The prime minister emphasised on inclusion of provincial representatives in decision making on important issues related to the power sector.
  • USAA pulling ads from Hannity's Fox News show

    USAA pulling ads from Hannity's Fox News show

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    Seth Rich's family have repeatedly urged Hannity , Fox News , and others to stop destroying the memory of their son and sibling. "In this case, we've been watching closely and have recently made the decision to pull our advertising from Hannity ", Cars.com stated.
  • How plan for California gov't health care might be funded

    How plan for California gov't health care might be funded

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    But the study said improving efficiency and negotiating lower prices for pharmaceutical drugs could reduce the overall cost $75 billion. — The remaining $106 billion could be paid for with a sales tax increase and a new tax on business revenue.
  • White House Press Secretary offers weird explanation for meaning of 'covfefe'

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    Mr. Trump's Twitter message appeared shortly after his counselor, Kellyanne Conway, went on the same program to call talk of collusion with Russian Federation "a rush to judgment" and to repeat the president's support for his son-in-law. His last day has not yet been determined. Spicer offered no further explanation and attempted to move on to the next question, sending the assembled reporters into a tizzy.
  • Frau Merkel, you might not like Herr Trump but you need him

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    On Monday, Merkel underlined her doubts about the reliability of the United States as an ally, venting European frustrations with Trump after back-to-back summits last week, but said she was a "convinced trans-Atlanticist". The post-World War II era during which European countries could rely on other powerful countries - an apparently thinly veiled reference to Trump's "America first" presidency and the U.K.'s exit from the European Union - is "over to a certain extent", Merkel continued.