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Egypt has launched a second round of air stirkes over Libya in retaliation for Friday's attack on a bus carrying Coptic Christians near Cairo. "Egypt will not hesitate in striking any camps that harbour or train terrorist elements whether inside Egypt or outside Egypt", Sisi said in a televised address .
  • Lauda: 'Vettel needs to retire once, or it's over'

    Lauda: 'Vettel needs to retire once, or it's over'

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    Meanwhile his nearest rival Lewis Hamilton struggled last time out in Monaco, finishing just seventh, whilst he also finished off the podium in Russian Federation. Although Hamilton hasn't suffered any failures - unlike team-mate Valtteri Bottas who had an engine failure in Spain - Mercedes has struggled to get its tyres working, which hasn't been an issue for Ferrari .
  • Soldado asesina a teniente en Valle de Chalco

    Soldado asesina a teniente en Valle de Chalco

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    Esta acción molestó al teniente Francisco Luis Alvarado , y dio instrucciones a la tropa para que regresaran a descansar a su base. De acuerdo con un reporte para el programa Atando Cabos, testigos presenciales señalan que escucharon como arrancó una unidad militar y posteriormente detonaciones, cuando retornaron a la Base de Operaciones Mixtas encontraron al interior el cuerpo sin vida del teniente.
  • Online game Words with Friends adds 'covfefe' to its list

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    Social media is trying to make sense of Donald Trump after a nonsensical late-night tweet set off a storm of jokes about the USA president. "(We) understand more than most that sometimes it is necessary to use code words". Donald Trump didn't quite get to finish writing his most recent tweet! Hillary Clinton: "I thought it was a hidden message to the Russians". "A " covfefe " is 'a Yiddish term for 'I gotta go to bed now, ' I think", the former "Saturday Night Live" writer told "New ...
  • "Seguimos trabajando y Venezuela sigue en la agenda de la OEA" — Almagro

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    La reunión de cancilleres de la OEA fue convocada a petición de la mayoría de sus países miembros para analizar la situación en Venezuela , cuyo gobierno decidió hace unas semanas abandonar el organismo. Pero países aliados de Caracas y la propia Venezuela vieron en la suspensión un triunfo. "Ha sido un gran fracaso para este grupo intervencionista", dijo la canciller, quien aseguró que el jefe del Parlamento venezolano, el opositor Julio Borges, y "la oposición violenta" quedaron ...
  • Trump to announce decision on climate pact today

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    Trump says on Twitter that he'll be making the announcement Thursday at 3 p.m. News of Trump's expected decision drew swift reaction from the United Nations. With China reaffirming its commitment to stay in the Paris agreement on Wednesday, many people inside and outside the US predict that an American exit from a pact that affirms investments in clean energy would essentially give up global influence to other major powers like China and Russian Federation.
  • OEA: cancilleres no llegan a acuerdo sobre situación de Venezuela

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    La propuesta de México incluye el restablecimiento de un calendario para elecciones en Venezuela bajo la observación internacional, respeto a las decisiones de la Asamblea Nacional (Congreso), liberación de presos políticos y el fin del hostigamiento a actores políticos relevantes.
  • Gunshots and explosions at Philippine mall

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    Philippine police cordoned off the area near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Police on Friday said the man who fired shots inside a casino in the Philippine capital had been killed. An English message by the operative was distributed across several pro-IS Telegram chat groups, Site said. Local broadcaster ABS-CBN Television posted images on social media showing dozens of police officers, with firearms and bullet proof vests waiting at the entrance of one of the building in the area.
  • NHL Stanley Cup Finals: Pittsburgh Penguins-Nashville Predators Game 2 preview, updates

    NHL Stanley Cup Finals: Pittsburgh Penguins-Nashville Predators Game 2 preview, updates

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    The Predators grabbed a brief lead on a goal from Pontus Aberg at the 12:57 mark, but Penguins rookie Guentzel responded four minutes later to tie the game at 1-1. Subban) trade, we expected to be pretty good, and then we had a awful start". He was replaced by Juuse Saros . Rinne is a three-time Vezina Trophy finalist who entered the final as the hottest goaltender in the playoffs with a.947 save percentage.
  • Rouhani says Iran to live in peace with world

    Rouhani says Iran to live in peace with world

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    Iran's Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli has announced the final results of the 12th presidential election, declaring incumbent President Hassan Rouhani as the victor, PressTV reported. Mr Rouhani has promised to build bridges with the outside world. "We hope that if Rouhani wanted to change Iran's relationship with the rest of the world, those are the things he could do", Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said in Riyadh , Saudi Arabia, where he was accompanying President Donald ...
  • Why Trump Isn't Moving The US Embassy In Israel

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    On the campaign trail Trump repeatedly pledged that he would shift the embassy from Tel Aviv to the city claimed as capital by both Israel and its Palestinian neighbors and he appointed a U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem or the State Department loses half its funding for overseas facilities. He says pursuing a Mideast peace deal fulfills the president's "solemn obligation to defend America's national security interests".
  • VTV no dejará de trabajar a pesar de marcha de la oposición

    VTV no dejará de trabajar a pesar de marcha de la oposición

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    Manifestó la disposición de recibir a una comisión de esta movilización que desee dialogar o hacer entrega de algún documento. Villegas dijo que, si bien las manifestaciones son un derecho de los venezolanos, estas se pierden cuando dejan de ser pacífica.
  • Man arrested with AR-15 assault rifle, handgun at Trump International Hotel

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    Michael Ball, deputy special agent at Secret Service's Washington field office, said at a news conference Wednesday that agents went to the hotel based on a tip. Newsham added that Moles was being interviewed, and that he was cooperating with police. Patricia Tang , the hotel's director of sales and marketing, said in a statement that the safety and security of guests is the hotel's top priority but otherwise directed questions to authorities.
  • Dutch minister says "bitter disappointment" if USA quit Paris agreement

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    A Washington D.C. -based environmental group has called a last-minute protest on Thursday to oppose President Donald Trump's expected withdrawal from the Paris climate deal. Besides Syria and Nicaragua, who believed the deal was not strong enough, every nation signed on. The White House signaled that Trump was likely to decide on exiting the global pact - fulfilling one of his principal campaign pledges - though top aides were divided.
  • Sterling drops on poll showing risk of hung UK parliament

    Sterling drops on poll showing risk of hung UK parliament

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    According to this latest constituency-by-constituency modelling by YouGov just nine days before the general election , rather than increase the comfortable 17 seat majority she enjoyed, Theresa May is now looking at the humiliating prospect of losing 20 of the 330 seats Conservatives hold and the Labour Party could gain almost 30 seats.
  • Police say they have killed Philippine casino gunman

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    National police chief Ronald dela Rosa told DZMM radio the lone gunman had not aimed his assault rifle at people at the Resorts World Manila entertainment complex, and may have been trying to steal casino chips. It was not immediately clear how many people may have been injured or killed. Dela Rosa described him as "white, with a mustache" and about 6 feet tall.
  • Trump dismisses 'fabricated' report on son-in-law's outreach to Russia

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    Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Sunday that he was not troubled by Jared Kushner's reported attempts to establish a back-channel with Russian Federation. He said that Kushner's contacts with the Russians, if true, present "a real problem" in whether President Trump's son-in-law should be trusted.
  • Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton trade jabs in Twitter skirmish

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    The Democratic National Committee "was bankrupt". Taking aim at Democrats, Clinton argued that the party needed to re-group and re-plan. "Its data was mediocre to poor, nonexistent, wrong". "Because they pay us", a moderator answered. "Who told them? Who were they coordinating with, or colluding with?" She said she would like to see Facebook curate its network more aggressively.
  • Ariana Grande tendrá a Coldplay y Miley en show en Manchester

    Ariana Grande tendrá a Coldplay y Miley en show en Manchester

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    Gran Bretaña arrestó ayer domingo a un sospechoso relacionado con el ataque suicida en Manchester , mientras que una alta funcionaria dijo que miembros de la red del atacante Salman Abedi podrían seguir prófugos. No dejaremos que el odio triunfe", añadió. La respuesta a esta violencia debe ser la de acercarnos más, ayudarnos, amar más y cantar más fuerte y vivir con más gentileza y generosidad que antes.
  • North Korea border object was balloon, says South

    North Korea border object was balloon, says South

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    South Korea's Joint Chief of Staff said they have also broadcast a warning to the hermit state in response to what coule be the start of war. On Jan. Attacks blamed on North Korea in 2010 killed 50 South Koreans. Pyongyang said it launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile which met all technical requirements and could now be mass-produced, although USA officials questioned the extent of its progress.
  • May, Corbyn clash over Brexit plans

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    She has also faced criticism for refusing to take part in any televised debates. She said a vote for anyone other than Theresa May would be a "vote for Jeremy Corbyn and that coalition" - and all the "squabbling" made her realise how chaotic a coalition would be.
  • Full House ready to consider N Carolina spending proposal

    Full House ready to consider N Carolina spending proposal

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    Large parts of the spending plan run through committees last week showed House Republicans are opposed to several significant cuts or policies in the Senate budget plan approved earlier this month. Every plan has its drawbacks and Senate Republicans seem to loathe all of them. The measure, approved by the chamber's budget-writing committee after several hours of debate and dozens of amendments, would spend $22.9 billion in the next fiscal year, just like the Senate proposal approved by that ...
  • Putin blames "patriotic" hackers for Russian voting accusations

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    Is that possible? Yes, theoretically possible. "I must stress, on a state level, we are never engaged into these kind of activity", said Putin , who is scheduled to have a sit-down interview Friday with NBC News' Megyn Kelly. Addressing CEOs of the two countries after the annual bilateral summit here, Modi said India had last month approved a policy to allow local private companies to work with foreign players to manufacture defence equipment in a bid to cut reliance on imports.
  • House Intel Committee Approves Subpoenas For Flynn, Cohen

    House Intel Committee Approves Subpoenas For Flynn, Cohen

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    The report said Comey could testify as early as next week. Sessions later admitted having the meetings but said they were part of his Senate duties and were unrelated to the campaign. Those subpoenas reportedly went to Obama's national security adviser, Susan Rice , his United Nations ambassador, Samantha Power , and his Central Intelligence Agency director, John Brennan .
  • Gains at big USA newspapers mask slump in sector

    Gains at big USA newspapers mask slump in sector

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    But these gains did not translate into circulation growth for the industry overall. The analysis found digital circulation previous year held steady, with weekday down 1 percent and Sunday up 1 percent. License fees for the three major cable news networks rose 10% to $2.69 billion from $2.44 billion. Circulation revenue was estimated at $11 billion, largely unchanged from 2015.
  • Family of suspect in Portland stabbing offers condolences

    Family of suspect in Portland stabbing offers condolences

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    Jeremy Joseph Christian , 35, was in Multnomah County courtroom Tuesday afternoon for his first court appearance on two counts of felony aggravated murder and other charges for the Friday attack. Fletcher shoved back and told him to get off the train, the affidavit added. "I just didn't want him to be alone", Macy said. Suddenly, she said, Christian hit the phone away and stabbed Namkai-Meche in the neck.
  • Let's Make World Yoga Day 2017 A Memorable One, Says Modi

    Let's Make World Yoga Day 2017 A Memorable One, Says Modi

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    On board ( St. Petersburg ), June 1: The Minister of External Affairs Gopal Bagley averred that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's second leg of the four-nation tour at Spain was a successful affair as the two nations agreed to strengthen ties on various issues.
  • EU leader urges Trump not to ditch Paris climate deal

    EU leader urges Trump not to ditch Paris climate deal

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    The United States, under former President Barack Obama , had committed to reduce its emissions by 26 percent to 28 percent from 2005 levels by 2025. The goal - to be achieved through voluntary country-by-country targets for emission reduction - is to limit the increase in average global temperature to 3.6 degrees F (2 degrees Celsius).
  • Trump to withdraw US from Paris agreement on climate change

    Trump to withdraw US from Paris agreement on climate change

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    The official, who insisted on anonymity to discuss the decision before the official announcement, said the president and his were finalizing the details of a pullout. "This would be a colossal mistake", said Nick Burns, who served as under secretary of state during George W. Bush's administration. "The success of our foreign policy - in trade, military, any other kind of negotiation - depends on our credibility".
  • House Issues Subpoenas as Trump Probe Escalates

    House Issues Subpoenas as Trump Probe Escalates

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    Trump fired Flynn in February amid questions about whether he inappropriately talked about US sanctions against Russia with a Russian official and then misled then-Vice President-elect Pence about those talks.The other three subpoenas relate to questions around why Obama administration officials " unmasked " and distributed the names of Trump associates in classified intelligence reports .
  • May, Corbyn clash over Brexit plans with United Kingdom vote a week away

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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 . "If we are the largest party we go ahead - no deals - with our manifesto , our Budget and our Queen's Speech". "This part of the world voted very strongly for Brexit and I think it's important that we get it right", said Paul Howell, who is standing as a Tory candidate in a seat ...
  • Boston scraps summit on climate with China

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    A country can serve notice it is quitting the deal three years after it came into force for them, and it then takes another year to leave. As the Trump administration considers withdrawing from the Paris climate accord, Boston Mayor Martin J.
  • Kushner and the Back Story of Back Channel Communication

    Kushner and the Back Story of Back Channel Communication

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    The White House has tried to downplay Kushner's contacts , and Trump himself issued a statement Sunday night saying that "Jared is doing a great job for the country". Kushner's security clearance. NBC's sources say that Kushner "is in a different category from former Trump aides Paul Manafort and Michael Flynn, who are formally considered subjects of the investigation".
  • Trump to announce decision on Paris climate deal today

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    Trump said on Twitter late Wednesday he will announce his decision on whether to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord during a Rose Garden event Thursday afternoon. Some executives from coal companies have weighed in, arguing the USA should stay in with reduced emissions cuts targets, with an eye toward ensuring that Washington keeps some influence over the future of the global energy mix.
  • Turkey Calls US Actions Against Erdogan Bodyguards

    Turkey Calls US Actions Against Erdogan Bodyguards "Aggressive and Unprofessional"

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    The official said Bass told the Turks the USA was looking into what happened and why — an apparent nod to Turkey's demand for " a full investigation of this diplomatic incident ". "The coming months will be like spring for every single area in Turkey , from fighting terrorism to the economy, from rights and freedoms to expanding investments", he said after the vote .