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Joshi outnumbered former RCA chairman Lalit Modi's son Ruchir Modi by a margin of five votes. Four days after elections were held, the votes were counted on Tuesday. It was also a sweet revenge for senior congressman Joshi, who had to withdraw from the election against Lalit Modi the previous year after he was deserted by his own supporters.
  • Republic boss O'Neill backs McClean to thrive as captain

    Republic boss O'Neill backs McClean to thrive as captain

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    O'Neill has seen the player grow in stature as a result and is hoping for more of the same as he prepares for the Austrians' visit to the Aviva Stadium. The most important aspect is to get prepared for the game against Austria, which is the be all and end all". O'Neill added: "I think there's a fairly decent chance that we would do that because I'd just like to see it anyway".
  • Trump retira a EEUU del Acuerdo contra el Cambio Climático

    Trump retira a EEUU del Acuerdo contra el Cambio Climático

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    Las reacciones en Francia también llegaron del Ayuntamiento de la localidad que acogió el histórico acuerdo, cuya alcaldesa, Anne Hidalgo, consideró que Trump ha cometido "un error fatal de consecuencias dramáticas". Pese a que calificó la decisión como "profundamente decepcionante", destacó que está convencido de que "el Gobierno estadounidense finalmente se va a unir al combate ya que las pruebas científicas sobre la influencia del hombre en el cambio climático ahora son bien conocidas".
  • Asia-Pacific nations to agree to conclude free trade talks soon

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    They aim to finish the work before they meet on the margins of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum summit in Vietnam in November. "The TPP 11 can make their own decisions, the United States makes its decisions, that's what sovereign nations do", Lighthizer told reporters, adding his nation will "stay engaged" in the area, albeit on a bilateral basis.
  • Germany, China vow to deepen partnership amid global uncertainty

    Germany, China vow to deepen partnership amid global uncertainty

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    Li Shuo, a climate analyst at Greenpeace in Beijing , said China was once considered a "climate bad boy". But if there was regret in Beijing , it was mixed with not a little gloating. China envisages European Union support on some of its priorities, such as the Belt & Road (an infrastructure project linking Asia and Europe), its global governance reform, and anti-corruption campaign.
  • Turquía declara el toque de queda en 43 aldeas por operación

    Turquía declara el toque de queda en 43 aldeas por operación

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    La decisión fue tomada en base a una información sobre presuntos guerrilleros de alto rango del PKK activos en áreas montañosas y forestales dentro de la provincia, agregó el texto. Desde entonces, más de mil 200 personas, entre ellas más de 600 policías y soldados, han muerto en manos del PKK, considerado como una organización terrorista por Turquía , Estados Unidos y la Unión Europea (UE).
  • One Indian soldier killed, five injured in Islamabad attack

    One Indian soldier killed, five injured in Islamabad attack

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    In the incident, five Pakistan soldiers were reportedly killed while some others were injured. Sources in Army told Mirror that terrorists after firing on the Army convoy, fled away from the spot. After the terrorist attack, police, paramilitary and Army men launched a joint combing and search operation in the area to track down the attackers.
  • Lamenta Reino Unido salida de EUA de acuerdo climático de París

    Lamenta Reino Unido salida de EUA de acuerdo climático de París

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    Y cabe recalcar que Estados Unidos es uno de los países más contaminantes del planeta por su potencial industrial y capitalista, que se inserta en diversas partes del mundo y no siempre cumplen con la normatividad ecológica que dictan todos los países y que está regida a través del Tratado de París .
  • 'Gran decepción' salida de EU del Acuerdo de París: ONU

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    Fue ratificado en París a finales de 2015 por casi 200 naciones, entre las que se encuentran Estados Unidos y China , los dos mayores contaminantes del mundo. Por demás esta decir que los empleos que quiere recuperar para la industria del carbón en Estados Unidos que hace 10 años era la proveedora del 50 por ciento de la electricidad ahora solo ocupa la tercera parte, y cuando los propios empresarios de la indrustria del carbón, han manifestado que es imposible recuperar esos empleos ...
  • Se forma tormenta tropical 'Beatriz' en costas de Oaxaca

    Se forma tormenta tropical 'Beatriz' en costas de Oaxaca

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    Además de tormentas de intensas a torrenciales en sitios de Campeche y Puebla; tormentas de muy fuertes a intensas en áreas de Guerrero; tormentas fuertes con locales muy fuertes en el Estado de México y Yucatán, e intervalos de chubascos con tormentas fuertes en sitios de Chihuahua, Coahuila, Hidalgo, Tlaxcala, Ciudad de México , Morelos y Quintana Roo.
  • EEUU sale del Acuerdo de París para el Cambio Climático

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    McMaster y Gary Cohn, aseguraron, en referencia al eslogan de campaña, que " Estados Unidos primero" no quiere decir " Estados Unidos solo". El cambio climático es real. "Y no lo harán", agregó Trump. "Con el objetivo de cumplir mi solemne obligación de proteger a Estados Unidos y sus ciudadanos, Estados Unidos se retirará del acuerdo climático de París ".
  • Ataque a casino de Manila deja 37 muertos [FOTOS — Filipinas

    Ataque a casino de Manila deja 37 muertos [FOTOS — Filipinas

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    Un guardia de seguridad retira a las personas del hotel donde se produjo un ataque con disparos en Manila . De acuerdo con RT, un video subido a las redes sociales muestra a una multitud que sale corriendo de uno de los edificios del complejo turístico , mientras que en otra grabación se ve a varios heridos en el ataque siendo trasladados por ambulancias.
  • Macri envió un mensaje a la Justicia por el caso Odebrecht

    Macri envió un mensaje a la Justicia por el caso Odebrecht

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    Y agregó: "Obviamente llevan mucho más tiempo. Así que más vale que ellos nos representen, sino vamos a buscar otros jueces que nos representen", remarcó el presidente. Hubo también un párrafo especial para la ex presidenta Cristina Kirchner , quien desde las redes sociales y mientras aún juega con el misterio sobre una eventual candidatura para los próximos comicios, critica con dureza al Presidente.
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    China a Trump: "Hay una responsabilidad internacional"

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    El presidente del Consejo Europeo también señaló que la cumbre UE-China era "la más exitosa, fructífera y prometedora de la historia" y que, más allá del clima, Pekín y el bloque comunitario tienen "numerosos intereses comunes", desde la inmigración hasta la seguridad .
  • Trump's lawyer will now answer all Russia-related questions, Spicer says

    Trump's lawyer will now answer all Russia-related questions, Spicer says

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    What makes the mid-December Gorkov-Kushner meeting even more intriguing is that, shortly after it took place, Gorkov appears to have met up with Russian president Vladimir Putin in Japan. The White House announced the departure of Mike Dubke, the communications director of the Trump administration. In creating a separate entity to handle the Russian Federation fallout, the White House hopes existing staffers can return their focus to executing the President's agenda, which has ...
  • Trump's Speech on Radical Islam Praised by US Jewish Groups

    Trump's Speech on Radical Islam Praised by US Jewish Groups

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    Saudi King Salman on Monday described US President Donald Trump's visit to the Muslim kingdom in the Gulf as a "turning point" in relations between the two countries. On Sunday, however, standing before dozens of regional leaders, he said Islam was "one of the world's great faiths". Stamina and exhaustion were key talking points for Trump during the campaign trail, where he repeatedly said that his opponent Hillary Clinton did not have the "physical stamina" to be president.
  • I represent people of Pittsburgh, not Paris: Donald Trump

    I represent people of Pittsburgh, not Paris: Donald Trump

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    While it has become fashionable, and at times justifiable, to criticize President Trump's decisions , there were good arguments on both sides of this issue . It's important to remember that the Paris agreement , as it now stands, won't stop global temperatures from rising. "Whether Durham signs onto (the letters ) or not, in my opinion, it doesn't make a big difference, as long as we continue our work to have a sustainable community and reduce our carbon footprint", he said.
  • Trump to announce if USA will stay in Paris climate deal

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    Democratic Sen. Ed Markey from MA also noted the potential economic disruption, tweeting: "Pulling out of #ParisAgreement is a massive moral, economic & leadership failure for Trump admin. While traveling overseas last week, Trump was repeatedly pressed to stay in the deal by European leaders and the pope. Withdrawing would leave the United States aligned only with Russian Federation among the world's industrialized economies in rejecting action to combat climate change.
  • Putin se mofa de denuncias sobre intervención en elecciones EU

    Putin se mofa de denuncias sobre intervención en elecciones EU

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    La mayoría de mandatarios e instituciones internacionales han criticado la decisión del republicano. Putin dijo que personalmente había revisado reportes de inteligencia estadounidense que contenían las denuncias contra Rusia , pero que éstos no entregaban evidencia significativa.
  • Macron holds 'frank exchange' talks with Putin

    Macron holds 'frank exchange' talks with Putin

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    When it came to the complicated matter of Syria, the French leader made more of a veiled threat to Russian Federation when he said that there is "a very clear red line to ban any kind of use of chemical weapons" and that " any use of chemical weapons will be retaliated by France".
  • Vladimir Putin likens United States election allegations to anti-Semitism

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    Putin attributed the accusations of Russian interference to the Democrats' anger over losing the vote, adding that Trump won because he has been more successful in his campaign. "I ask you on behalf of Russian Federation and appeal to the Americans: help the newly-elected president as well". In a wide-ranging question-and-answer session, Putin also questioned Trump's call for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies to increase their military spending.
  • Para Zidane, el favoritismo está repartido para la batalla decisiva

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    Todo apunta a que Allegri saldrá mañana con un 4-2-3-1, con Gianluigi Buffon en la portería; Andrea Barzagli, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini y Alex Sandro en defensa; Sami Khedira y Miralem Pjanic en el centro del campo; y Dani Alves , Paulo Dybala y Mario Mandzukic flanqueando en la punta del ataque a Gonzalo Higuaín.
  • A una semana de las elecciones se va el PT con Morena

    A una semana de las elecciones se va el PT con Morena

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    Al reiterar que los actuales son "momentos de definición", el político oriundo del estado de Tabasco advirtió que será hasta la tarde de este día que esperará la respuesta de Zepeda , quien el viernes pasado difundió un video en redes sociales donde pidió que se la diputada federal con licencia, quien decline a su favor.
  • UN SC Adopts Resolution to Expand Scope of Sanctions Against North Korea

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    North Korea's Koryo Bank handles overseas transactions for Office 38, the shadowy body that manages the private slush funds of the North Korean leadership, according to a South Korean government database. NPR's Lauren Frayer reports experts are less generous in estimating that missile's range, arguing it's unlikely to reach farther than the USA territory of Guam.
  • South Korea fires warning shots at North after 'drone' crosses border

    South Korea fires warning shots at North after 'drone' crosses border

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    A statement that additional sanctions were merited after Pyongyang's ballistic missile test last weekend was released on Monday, signed by all 15 Security Council members, including North Korea's patron China. It says the program is necessary to counter US aggression. DPRK are the initials for the North's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
  • War of words between Donald Trump and Merkel continues

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    In response, the three leaders said: "We deem the momentum generated in Paris in December 2015 irreversible and we firmly believe that the Paris Agreement can not be renegotiated, since it is a vital instrument for our planet, societies and economies".
  • "America First in caps": Allies concerned about Paris climate deal, United States relations

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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel , unhappy with President Donald Trump after last week's meetings, declared Sunday that Europe "really must take our fate into our own hands". And the mutual-defense pact that was key to NATO's founding remains crucial to USA interests. The White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer , while addressing the reporters, said that Trump and Merkel get along "very well" and that their "bond" is growing which they had established during their talks at G7 ...
  • Bounty hunters, fugitive die in shootout at Texas vehicle dealership

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    The Star-Telegram reports Hutchinson was in an office with another person when Bernal and Garcia confronted him with their guns drawn. The bounty hunters started shooting as well, and Lucas said approximately 20 shots were fired in six seconds as customers and employees fled for cover.
  • Some US Cities And States Aren't Giving Up On The Paris Agreement

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    We, the undersigned mayors, governors, college and university leaders and businesses are joining forces for the first time to declare, that we will continue to support climate action to meet the Paris Agreement . A statement slated to be presented at a meeting says that "the European Union and China consider climate action and clean energy transition an imperative more important than ever".
  • Ariana Grande plans Manchester benefit concert after attack

    Ariana Grande plans Manchester benefit concert after attack

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    Libya is working closely with Britain to identify possible "terrorist networks" involved in the attack at a pop concert in Manchester, a senior Libyan official said today. Photos showed an army bomb-disposal unit at the property. "We thought he must have been a drug dealer or doing witchcraft", El-Hudarey told the BBC.
  • Daimler says China agreed to adjust pace of electric car quotas

    Daimler says China agreed to adjust pace of electric car quotas

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    After a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Thursday, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said a "solution" for implementing the quotas had been found, though he gave no details. The framework agreement signed today marks a new chapter of our cooperation in terms of New Energy Vehicles. Both these investments are expected to pave the way for next generation new energy vehicles, particularly electric vehicles.