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Washington , Jun 4 US President Donald Trump has spoken with British Prime Minister Theresa May on phone to offer his condolences over today's "brutal" terror attacks in central London in which six people were killed and 30 others injured .
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    La primera ministra Theresa May expresó su solidaridad "con los que están atrapados en estos hechos horribles" y el alcalde de Londres , Sadiq Khan , tildó el atentado de "bárbaro" e injustificado . Una persona, que se encontraba cenando en un bar del área, grabó el momento en el que la policía comenzó a ingresar a los locales en busca de un posible atacante, así como para alertar a los comensales de lo que estaba ocurriendo.
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    Según informó la cadena británica BBC , el incidente ocurrió en la noche del sábado y aún se desconocen más detalles sobre la naturaleza del incidente. Según el testimonio de una periodista de la BBC , dijo que la furgoneta fue conducida era conducida por un hombre y que "probablemente viajaba a unas 50 millas ( 80 km ) por hora ".
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    No está confirmado si se trata de un ataque coordinado, pero se investiga la naturaleza terrorista del episodio. Sin embargo, se asemeja más al vivido el 22 de marzo cerca del Parlamento, cuando un hombre atropelló a la gente que cruzaba el puente de Westminster y luego acuchilló a un policía , matando a 5 personas en total.
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    En Alemania, Europa y el mundo sumaremos nuestras fuerzas más resueltamente que nunca para afrontar y responder con éxito a los retos de la humanidad como el cambio climático ". Entre ellos están los mayores emisores de gases invernadero que suscribieron el acuerdo de París . El presidente agregó que Colombia , por su parte, seguirá empeñada en la protección del medio ambiente .
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    La Policía Metropolitana de Londres declaró oficialmente como terroristas dos de los tres incidentes violentos registrados la noche del sábado, con saldo preliminar de una persona fallecida. La Policía también dice que respondieron a una llamada de ataque con puñaladas en el área del mercado de Borough . Según estos mismos medios, la policía está buscando a tres sospechosos.
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    Una furgoneta atropelló a varias personas en el puente London Bridge y luego un grupo de hombres , un extremo no confirmado por la policía pero sí por varios testigos, se lanzó a acuchillar a la gente que se divertía en Borough Market , una zona adyacente llena de pubs y restaurantes.
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    Además, Pruitt aseguró que salir de París no significa una "desvinculación" por parte de EE.UU.de la protección del medioambiente, al recordar que el objetivo de Trump es renegociar para lograr un acuerdo más "justo" o buscar un nuevo pacto climático.
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    El homicida que se detonó el lunes por la noche durante un recital en Manchester y dejó 22 muertos y 59 heridos fue identificado como Salman Abedi. . Entre los detenidos en el Reino Unido , figura un hermano del suicida, Ismail Abedi , mientras que en Libia han sido arrestados también otro hermano, Hashim, y su padre, Ramadán, supuestamente vinculado a un grupo islamista.
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    El presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump , manifestó su apoyo al Reino Unido. La ciudad fue tomada por las sirenas de las ambulancias y los coches-patrulla en una noche de pesadilla como la vivida hace apenas doce días en Manchester , donde 22 personas resultaron muertas y 199 heridas en el atentado suicida durante el concierto de Ariana Grande .
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    David Dimbleby said the Labour leader does not get a "fair deal" from newspapers as he repeated a view put forward by many of Corbyn's supporters. This prompted speculation that Corbyn, whose party will contend in the general election on June 8 against the ruling Conservative Party, had honored the memory of Atef Bseiso, who was head of intelligence for the PLO and was involved in the murder of the Israeli athletes as part of the 1972 Black September terrorist operation in Munich.
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    Uno, en el Puente de Londres , donde una camioneta arrolló a varios transeúntes en el lugar. Es un bar francés. El Puente de Londres fue cerrado en ambos sentidos. "ESTAMOS CON USTEDES. DIOS LOS BENDIGA!", escribió el mandatario. Y advirtió: "Necesitamos ser inteligentes, estar atentos (.) Necesitamos que los tribunales respalden nuestros derechos".
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    Russia's Energy Ministry does not expect a mass exit of countries from the Paris climate change deal after the USA decision, Russian Energy Minister Alexandr Novak said in a live broadcast of Rossiya-24 TV Channel on Friday. It will also help fulfil the Paris agreement reporting requirements so that the world can track the United States' progress. An article in the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post pointed out that the USA decision "cedes global climate action leadership ...
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    La policía añadió que atendía también un tercer incidente en el distrito Vauxhall , en el sur de la ciudad y a más de 1,6 kilómetros (una milla) de distancia. Según testigos, una furgoneta blanca invadió la acera, arrollando a viandantes que caminaban por el puente de Londres , mientras que en el cercano mercado de Borough una persona fue acuchillada.
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    El Reino Unido vuelve a estar en alerta por el ataque de una camioneta , que atropelló a varias personas en el emblemático Puente de Londres . Alex Shellum, otro testigo que se encontraba en el pub Mudlark, relató a The Sun la dramática escena de una mujer que llegó a las puerta y pidió ayuda tras apuñalada en el cuello.
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    The terrorists kept on driving to Borough Market , where they left the vehicle and stabbed people, including one police officer, who sustained serious injuries. Witness Elsbeth Smedley told CNN that a man ran into Elliot restaurant in Borough Market and stabbed two people before running out. At a nearby bar on Southwark Street, Tamara Alcolea, a 24-year-old bartender heard people screaming on the first floor while she was working upstairs.
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    Goldman Sachs has come under attack from critics of the Venezuelan Government after its asset management arm purchased $2.8bn in bonds issued by PDVSA, Venezuela's state-owned oil company. Venezuela's National Assembly voted earlier this week to ask the U.S. Congress to investigate the sale and at least 22 member countries of the Organization of American States were expected to meet Wednesday in Washington to discuss the crisis in Venezuela.
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    China and the United States, the world's first and second biggest polluters, respectively, are together responsible for some 40 percent of the world's emissions. President Trump had previously described climate change as a hoax by the Chinese to damage USA manufacturing. "Through the Paris agreement , the US -the world's second largest carbon emitter-joined with all but two countries to commit to policies to prevent and mitigate the impact of global warming on human health".
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    Scott called Vermont a leader in environmental policy and natural resource management and said Trump's decision to withdraw from the agreement "only strengthens our commitment and makes the work of states more important". The agreement was signed by 195 countries in 2015 to reduce the impact of climate change and keep global temperature increases below 2 degrees Celsius .
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    Netanyahu will be traveling with Israel's Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Tzipi Hotovely. The Moroccan king cancelled plans to attend a summit due to the presence of Benjamin Netanyahu. "The objective of this trip is to dissolve this majority, this giant bloc of 54 African countries that is the basis of the automatic majority against Israel in the United Nations and global bodies", the prime minister told journalists ahead of the flight.
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    Trump took to Twitter early in the day in the U.S. to attack Germany, a day after Chancellor Angela Merkel ramped up her doubts about the reliability of Washington as an ally. "This will change", Trump tweeted on Tuesday. Martin Schulz, leader of Gabriel's centre-left Social Democrats, was less emollient earlier in the day when he told reporters Trump was "the destroyer of all Western values".
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    Pittsburgh's mayor issued an executive order Friday committing the city to the accord by continuing efforts to end the use of landfills, reduce energy consumption by half and develop a fossil fuel-free fleet of city vehicles. He questioned whether global warming is an "existential threat", but did say that "global warming is occurring, that human activity contributes to it, in some manner".
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    The suspects were wearing what looked like explosive vests but police later said they were hoaxes. There were also reports of a third incident, a stabbing in the Vauxhall area of London . British national Khalid Masood carried out an attack in March by mowing down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before attacking police outside of the parliament building.
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    More than 40 people were treated at London hospitals and a number of others suffered less serious injuries. The attack that took place at London Bridge and Borough Market came just days ahead of the general election on June 8. She will hold an emergency ministerial meeting later on Sunday and Facebook activated its safety check function for people in London to let their loved ones know they are safe.
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    Given Mr Trump's record in office, this was predictable, but what it may do is strengthen the resolve of other countries to do more to save the planet. "Only I can do that", Schwarzenegger said, as former Terminator. The EU and China committed to actions related to climate change, such as developing ways to change into zero-emissions economies, promoting zero-carbon transitions in developing countries and developing long-term decarbonization plans.
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    The U.S. might have walked away from the Paris Agreement , but that doesn't mean all its cities and states will do the same. Climate issues were expected to dominate discussions Friday between Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, who is leading a large delegation of ministers to Brussels, and EU Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
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    It was the first time the Golden Eagles had been shutout all season. Knight kept Arkansas around and left in a tie game, getting some back-up in the form of Jack Kenley's RBI single in the second inning, Dominic Fletcher's RBI double in the fifth and Jax Biggers' RBI groundout in the same.
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    Laura Ditka, the deputy state attorney general who was the lead prosecutor in the case, said Spanier had chosen to protect his and Penn State's reputations, rather than protect children. Prosecutors said Curley and Schultz never called the police, even though they knew the accusations were similar to the allegations in the 1998 report.
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    Putin, according to Kelly , suggested to her that the Central Intelligence Agency could have been behind the hacking scandal surrounding the election. Putin dismissed the hacking allegations "idle prattle", "harmful" and issued his latest flat-out denial that Russian Federation was behind the hacking.
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    With the White House under the F.B.I.'s magnifying glass, Trump has been said to be considering a wide-ranging staff shakeup after he blamed his in-house press shop for failing to contain the fallout from his abrupt decision to fire James Comey , and Dubke was a fitting first casualty of the coming purge.