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La captura de Loures deja en una situación incierta al mandatario brasileño, quien es investigado por presunta corrupción. La Fiscalía de Curitiba (sur), "capital de la Operación Lava Jato ", pidió por su lado al juez Sergio Moro que dicte una orden de prisión contra el ex presidente Lula da Silva (2003-2010), líder histórico de la izquierda, por corrupción pasiva y activa, y lavado de dinero.
  • German music festival to resume after Friday evacuation amid terror threat

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    Officials in Germany have agreed to reopen the Rock am Ring festival after a potential terror threat. The region's interior minister Roger Lewentz defended the decision to evacuate the festival, saying: "We can not take risks". "The organizers of Rock am Ring in close coordination with police have suspended the festival for today", Koblenz police said in a statement. Australia's own The Living End were set to perform on the first night of the festival, which is headlined this year ...
  • Trump and Saudi King Vow to Combat Iran Threat

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    When the White House first announced the trip, which also will touch down in Israel , Italy and Belgium, Trump's decision to start his debut tour overseas in Riyadh seemed to counter expectations brilliantly by showcasing a president ready to salute "the custodian of the two holiest sites in Islam".
  • Bill Maher's use of racial slur on HBO show draws criticism

    Bill Maher's use of racial slur on HBO show draws criticism

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    Ben Sasse of Nebraska. The audience half-heartedly laughed, but Sasse basically played it off and their conversation about the senator's book, " The Vanishing American Adult: Our Coming-of-Age Crisis and How to Rebuild a Culture of Self-Reliance", continued .
  • Mayors Want to Take Lead on Climate After Trump's Paris Announcement

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    The head of the Environmental Protection Agency has said America has nothing to apologise for on climate change and retains a seat at the negotiating table, claiming: "After all, we're the United States ". An article in the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post pointed out that the USA decision "cedes global climate action leadership to China, which Trump chided in his speech , and the European Union ".
  • China And EU Claim Climate Leadership As US Steps Back

    China And EU Claim Climate Leadership As US Steps Back

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    China is pushing for global recognition of the C919, which does not yet have certification from European and USA regulators. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, a spokesman for President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov, said that Russian Federation "thinks highly" of the accords and there is no alternative to it.
  • California Lawmakers Move To Require Candidates To Release Tax Returns

    California Lawmakers Move To Require Candidates To Release Tax Returns

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    The bill will now move into the Assembly for debate. The Healthy California Act proposes to pay this with a modest tax of 2.3 percent on gross business revenue receipts in excess of $2 million. Just what happens in a single-payer system to provider access? "What this new study proves is that we can finally achieve the dream of guaranteeing health care for all Californians without the punishment of crippling out-of-pocket costs ..." said RoseAnn DeMoro , head of the nurses' union.
  • Montana republican wins special election seat despite assault charge

    Montana republican wins special election seat despite assault charge

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    Gianforte had to silence his crowd of supporters to apologize. "Last night, I learned a lesson", he said. Gianforte's campaign was boosted by rallies featuring Vice President Mike Pence and Donald Trump Jr. "We wouldn't condone it if it happened on the street". That was certain to minimize the impact of the election-eve events. The Montana election has drawn the interest of partisans as the seat is one of the first Congressional battles since Trump took office.
  • Pelosi objects to subpoenas issued by GOP intel chairman

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    The news comes at an awkward time for Trump and Nunes, who have accused the Obama administration of using the same practice, called "unmasking", to spy on Republican political campaigns. The subpoenas require both Flynn and Cohen to testify before the committee, as well as turn over personal documents and business records. " I don't know what the chairman has in mind, again, because we weren't consulted, or why the chairman was picking these three people apart from the fact that they were ...
  • Not even the Scripps Spelling Bee champ knows what do with

    Not even the Scripps Spelling Bee champ knows what do with "covfefe"

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    Inside Edition caught up with Edith at her home where she spelled a few words for us like "refrigerator" and "escalator". "It has recently become popular". "It's like a dream come true, I'm so happy right now", Ananya said. The segment ended with Cuomo congratulating Vinay on giving the "only good answer we've heard about that word in days", while Camerota reiterated that the word is "nonsense".
  • Champions League final: Huge police operation for Cardiff's big game

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    In this year's UCL final, defending champions Real Madrid will meet with the unstoppable Juventus at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff , Wales. "I'm a young boy even though I'm 39 years old", Buffon said through a translator in Cardiff . The Italian has won everything there is to win in club and worldwide football, with the exception of a European Cup .
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation head defends 'blunt' U.S. leader

    North Atlantic Treaty Organisation head defends 'blunt' U.S. leader

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    But most changes will be cosmetic, as North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies have no intention of going to war against IS. It was in this way that Trudeau brushed aside concerns that NATO's agreement to increase intelligence-sharing in the fight against terrorism comes amid accusations that President Donald Trump and others in the USA are playing fast and loose with sensitive secrets.
  • Trump Signs Waiver; No Embassy Move in Sight

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    Former presidents promised the same but no one actually did anything. The US President chose not to talk about settlements, negotiations the US Embassy or a two state solution. The Palestinians claim east Jerusalem as the capital of their future state, while Israel has declared the entire city as its capital. Israel captured Arab East Jerusalem during the 1967 Middle East war and later annexed it, a move not recognised internationally.
  • Chicago Protesters Blast Trump Pullout Of Paris Accord

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    Several hundred people marched through the Loop Friday evening to protest President Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris climate accords and to call on Gov. "The cow is out of the barn", said Allen of the shift to green energy. While U.N. officials stress that it could take several years before there is a proper understanding of the implications of a US withdrawal, they also say the deal was structured to require action at multiple levels of government, not just federal.
  • MA woman killed, child injured in crash on I-93

    MA woman killed, child injured in crash on I-93

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    This accident is now under investigation. New Hampshire State Police are asking anyone who may have information about the crash to contact the barracks in Bedford. Officers from New Hampshire State Police Troop B and Londonderry Fire department responded to the collision at around 7:15 p.m. One person had to be transported to the hospital as a result of the crash.
  • British PM May could win 60 seat majority: Ashcroft model estimate

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    In practice, the threshold for a majority is around 323, because the Irish nationalist Sinn Fein party takes up no seats that it wins in Northern Ireland. The two parties are unlikely to be reunited in coalition without major compromises on the central principle of their election manifestos: Brexit. The Conservatives are committed to a complete break with the EU.
  • Senate intelligence panel to subpoena two Flynn companies

    Senate intelligence panel to subpoena two Flynn companies

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    It was also the most complete account to date of the CIA's thinking at a time when intelligence agencies were putting together evidence that Russian Federation was interfering in the heated U.S. Schumer said he did not want to get ahead of the committees and prejudge what might happen if Flynn continues to not comply. In response, Burr and Warner said the committee has been reviewing a range of options to compel Flynn to release the documents.
  • Macron warns Putin over Syrian chemical weapons in 'frank' meeting

    Macron warns Putin over Syrian chemical weapons in 'frank' meeting

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    French President Emmanuel Macron has denounced Kremlin-funded TV network Russia Today (RT) and news agency Sputnik , saying they spread "lies" about him and his campaign. "There is a very clear red line for us, which is the use of the chemical weapons by whichever party", Macron said at a joint news conference with Putin .
  • Theresa May: Calling election shows I have 'balls'

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    The leftist leader's lifelong opposition to nuclear weapons has drawn severe criticism from within his own party, and he was heckled on Friday for refusing to say whether he would launch a retaliatory strike if Britain were attacked. In the meantime, both Labour and the Conservatives will be working hard to make sure it's their man or woman taking the top job. This afternoon, Mr Corbyn called the confusion "staggering".
  • Crowds rally at March for Truth in DC and dozens of cities

    Crowds rally at March for Truth in DC and dozens of cities

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    The chants at the D.C. march were clever and cumbersome, taking wonky and specific aim at what the protesters believe have been White House attempts to cover up its connections with the Russian government. In response to the anti-Trump marches, supporters of the President held a counter "Pittsburgh Not Paris" rally in Lafayette Square in Washington. This time it was a "March for Truth".
  • May mocked for debate no-show

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    Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May at a question and answer session during a general election campaign rally at Cross Manufacturing in Bath, south-west England, May 31, 2017 . In her closing remarks at the end of the debate, she said: "You heard the squabbling and discord of disagreement tonight". "You tried to take personal independence payments away from people with disabilities and then you turned yourselves around in a few days on that, you are not credible on this issue", he added.
  • Polls show conflicting outcomes for UK's May in next week's election

    Polls show conflicting outcomes for UK's May in next week's election

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    On April 18th, when Theresa May , Britain's prime minister, announced a snap election to be held on June 8th, pollsters must have considered themselves blessed. May said "the only poll that matters is the one that's going to take place on June 8", and insisted that only she had the plan to take Britain through Brexit .
  • Girls testify about sex abuse by man who get them as 'gift'

    Girls testify about sex abuse by man who get them as 'gift'

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    All the girls lived with him in his home in Feasterville. . The windows remained covered, it was said. Three of the girls Kaplan is charged with raping were 14 or younger when the alleged crimes occurred, according to previous testimony. Savilla Stoltzfus told the jury she believes Kaplan is a prophet, and admires, respects, and loves him. Deputy District Attorney Kate Kohler said Wednesday in her opening statement that the parents and the children had been "brainwashed" by Kaplan.
  • Fractious coalition looms as Lesotho votes

    Fractious coalition looms as Lesotho votes

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    Polls opened at 05:00 GMT for the 1.2 million registered voters who formed queues at polling stations despite the winter. "We are happy with the process and the environment is very peaceful", Dr. Lesotho has a mixed parliamentary system and ruled by a constitutional monarchy led by King Letsie III. Lesotho, source of some of South Africa's largest rivers and home to a multi-phase dam project to provide economic hub of Johannesburg with long-term water supply, has strategic importance to ...
  • Ireland's next prime minister is a conservative, gay 38-year-old

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    Speaking after the result was announced, Varadkar said he was delighted, humbled and honoured to win. "When my father travelled 5,000 miles to build a new home in Ireland, I doubt he ever dreamed his son would grow up to be its leader". He will succeed Enda Kenny as leader of the centre-right party within weeks. He said it is the start of a more democratic, more engaged and more inclusive Fine Gael party.
  • ACLU against effort to allow Trump travel ban

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    Granting the stays would revive the ban while the justices decide how to respond to the petition. If five votes can not be reached, the application will be denied. According to rules that govern the Supreme Court , the justices would take into consideration whether there is a "reasonable probability" that four of the justices would eventually agree to hear the case and a "fair prospect" that a majority of the court will hold that the lower court opinions were erroneous.
  • Trump shares positive feedback on Paris climate accord withdrawal

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    Speaking on behalf of his counterparts, Jon Mitchell, a Democrat from New Bedford, Mass., argued while it's hard to quantify the exact level of carbon emissions that cities have achieved, he believes what is clear is that initiatives have always been underway in cities across the country.
  • Rams, Chargers Sponsor Gay Pride Event In Venice, In First For NFL

    Rams, Chargers Sponsor Gay Pride Event In Venice, In First For NFL

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    For people that spent the last few decades watching the Chargers in San Diego, it has to be jarring to see just how much better their outreach efforts to the community have been in just a few short months in Los Angeles . Remember, it was the Rams who made history in 2014 by drafting Michael Sam, the first openly gay player to ever be in the draft. The Rams sponsored the blue lights in the letter C, while the Chargers will sponsor the letter N.
  • Britain's Got Talent 2017: Tokio Myers crowned victor

    Britain's Got Talent 2017: Tokio Myers crowned victor

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    He added: "I'm rooting for them". Matt made it through to the semi-finals after receiving the golden buzzer from Ant and December. "I have to tell you something, you are one of the funniest people we have ever had on this show", he said.
  • Kate Nash on why she's voting Jeremy Corbyn: "I love the manifesto"

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    Quizzed on his party's record on anti-Semitism, Mr Corbyn claimed his party did not tolerate it and had suspended members including Ken Livingstone. Truth be told, she's not that good. It is unlikely she would agree to stopping the Brexit divorce. "I want to form a Labour government with a majority to carry out this fantastic programme which can give so much hope and opportunity to so many people".
  • ANC calls for judicial inquiry into state capture

    ANC calls for judicial inquiry into state capture

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    While only parliament can legally force the president from office, the NEC could instruct Zuma, 75, to resign, as it did Thabo Mbeki in 2008, or tell its lawmakers who occupy 62 percent of the seats in the national legislature, to remove him.
  • IPhone Siri speaker set for WWDC debut

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    That would help combat the competitive threat from Google's and Amazon's connected speakers: the Home and Echo mostly don't support services from Apple . Apple's booming App Store biz highlights the increasing importance of services revenue to the company. Apple will also likely let third-party services build products for the speaker.
  • Niece of man killed in explosion 'devastated'

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    Recovery crews are searching a mountain of debris for two missing employees after a fatal explosion at a corn mill in southern Wisconsin. Another body was recovered the next day, Thursday, June 1. Authorities discovered the body of a second worker sometime today. At The Dump, a bar and restaurant across West Edgewater Street, bartender Cindy Erikson was relieved to hear the Didion employee she knows, a coworker's son, was safe and accounted for.
  • Booklet distributed by Congress shows Kashmir as 'Indian Occupied Kashmir'

    Booklet distributed by Congress shows Kashmir as 'Indian Occupied Kashmir'

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    However, it was not immediately known whether it was done deliberately or it was a goof-up. The wrong map on Kashmir was published on page 12 of the 15-page booklet titled "National Security Endangered". "However 90 to 95 per cent of its work had already been done", Azad was quoted by PTI. However, the Congress party swung into defensive mode, calling the gaffe a "printing error'.
  • Paris agreement: Without Trump, will United States cities tackle climate?

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    When Obama signed the United States onto the agreement in the fall of 2016, he committed to lowering the country's emissions output between 26 and 28 percent by 2025, compared to 2005 levels. German Chancellor Angela Merkel called Trump's decision 'extremely regrettable, and that's putting it mildly'. Many climate activists have previously criticized the Paris agreement for not going far enough to curb rising temperatures.
  • Korea 'disrespects' China with latest missile test

    Korea 'disrespects' China with latest missile test

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    North Korea fired off what appears to be a ballistic missile, Yonhap News Agency reported Monday, citing the South's military. Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said earlier in the day that Tokyo expresses strong protest to Pyongyang as the missile fell into Japan's exclusive economic zone, nearly 190 miles from Japanese Oki Islands.
  • Putin suggests USA hackers could have interfered with election, blamed Russian Federation

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    Speaking at an economic forum in St. Petersburg, Putin said relations between Moscow and Washington are now at their lowest point since Cold War times. Putin suggested there will perhaps still be time to renegotiate the deal so that the US will decide to remain. Ambassador Sergei Kislyak's meetings with members of Trump's team have been a focus of the congressional investigation.
  • Liberation of Mosul 'imminent,' IS days numbered — United Nations envoy

    Liberation of Mosul 'imminent,' IS days numbered — United Nations envoy

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    According to al-Shemari, military forces chased the two other bombers and killed them. "The hardest days are still in front of them", he said. Nonetheless, Work refused to give a date for any possible liberation for the city, despite some Iraqi officers believing that it could be over by the end of this week, in keeping with the beginning of Ramadan this Sunday.
  • What happens with Brexit if there's no clear victor of United Kingdom election?

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    Depending on which polls you read, the outcome next week could be anything "from Theresa May winning a healthy majority to her being hounded out by Jeremy Corbyn". A respected model made by Michael Ashcroft , who once served as treasurer of the Conservative Party, showed on Friday that May's likely majority had declined from a week ago but estimated that she would still increase her majority to 60 seats.