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Since Moon's inauguration, North Korea has test-fired three ballistic missiles in an apparent demonstration of its resolve to bolster its nuclear and missile arsenals to deal with what it calls US military threats. North Korea has conducted three ballistic missile tests since Moon took office, maintaining its accelerated pace of missile and nuclear-related activities since the beginning of previous year in defiance of United Nations sanctions and USA pressure.
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    Justices affirm ruling striking NC legislative districts

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    The Supreme Court in January put that ruling on hold while it decided whether to hear the state's appeal. "This common-sense reform would spare our state from prolonged court battles and instead give North Carolina citizens greater confidence in the integrity of our elections".
  • London Bridge terror attack: 7 dead, 12 arrested, officials say

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    Experts in both terrorism and digital media say British Prime Minister Theresa May's accusations that internet companies are providing a "safe space" for extremism aren't helpful in the fight against terror attacks. He said he believed there were more than three attackers. The attackers were shot dead. The 25-year-old said that at first, "it didn't look too unsafe".
  • RCom share rises 5% on 7-mth debt reprieve

    RCom share rises 5% on 7-mth debt reprieve

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    Following the development, the scrip rose 5.32 per cent to hit a high of Rs 20.90 in morning trade on BSE. Bonds due 2020 were a quarter point higher at 69/72 cents on the dollar. An SBI spokesman did not respond to a request for comment. If the company does not resume debt payments in by January, the lenders may exercise their right to convert the debt.
  • U.S. withdrawal from Paris climate accord will have sweeping impacts, experts suggest

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    He noted , however, that this news will not change the determination and course of Estonia, the European Union or the rest of the world. "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", the statement said .
  • Excandidato de Martinelli acude a Fiscalía para declarar por caso Odebrecht

    Excandidato de Martinelli acude a Fiscalía para declarar por caso Odebrecht

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    La diligencia había sido prevista inicialmente para el lunes 29 de mayo, empero la misma fue reprogramada para este lunes. "Nosotros vamos a dar las explicaciones que la Procuraduría estime", esto fue lo único que expresó el excandidato quien ante las reiteradas preguntas si recibió donaciones de Odebrecht se limitó a decir como su abogado que responderán ante el Ministerio Público.
  • Acting US ambassador to Britain praises London mayor after Trump's criticisms

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    A member of the public is also wounded in the "unprecedented" police gunfire, but not critically injured. Neighbors at the site of one raid in Barking said a man who lived there resembled one of the attackers shown in news photographs. Police raids continued on Monday, as British counterterrorism investigators searched two homes and detained "a number" of people. London Bridge and a large area on the south bank of the River Thames remained cordoned off Sunday, and police told people to ...
  • Saturday's First Warning Forecast: Tracking dry, warm and sunny weather

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    Monday .Cloudy with scattered showers and storms likely. Keeping the chance throughout the day. It looks like another cold front will move through the region on Sunday with thunderstorms, wind and cooler temps. Highs near 80. Conditions are looking drier and cooler for Wednesday . This just means that the low pressure may pick up a little more rain and thunder.
  • Judge will decide fate in Michelle Carter trial

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    Opening statements in the case of a woman accused of encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself via text messages are set to begin Tuesday, after the defendant waived her right to a jury, just as jury selection was set to begin Monday. Prosecutors released transcripts of text messages the then-17-year-old Carter sent to Roy. The defense claims this barge of manslaughter is an overreach and that while Carter's words are deplorable, they are protected by the first amendment as free speech.
  • Conteo rápido da ventaja a Alfredo del Mazo

    Conteo rápido da ventaja a Alfredo del Mazo

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    El líder del Partido Acción Nacional (PAN), Ricardo Anaya Cortés, refirió que en las cuatro elecciones del día de hoy, el blanquiazul ganó por lo menos tres. Sin contar con la presencia de Delfina Gómez en conferencia de prensa, los dirigentes de Morena aseguraron que con una ventaja de entre 5 y 7 puntos la abanderada de su partido se alzó con la victoria.
  • Diputados denuncian que fueron agredidos por la GNB

    Diputados denuncian que fueron agredidos por la GNB

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    De acuerdo al parlamentario Pizarro, funcionarios de la Guardia Nacional Bolivariana (GNB) le propinaron un puño en la boca y otros moretones que le dejaron el mano, mientras que a Requesens lo arrojaron a una alcantarilla. "Que esta violencia no nos detenga". Que esta violencia no los haga a ellos pensar que son más fuertes que nosotros y nuestra determinación. "La violencia no pueda más con nuestras ganas de que el país cambie", finalizó Pizarro.
  • Advierte la UCA que no cede la pobreza estructural — ARGENTINA

    Advierte la UCA que no cede la pobreza estructural — ARGENTINA

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    El diario La Nación anticipó que lo que reflejará el ODSA es que la pobreza estructural no cede. Para llegar a estas conclusiones, el ODSA buscó medir el nivel de la pobreza estructural más allá de los ingresos a partir de siete indicadores: seguridad alimentaria, cobertura de salud, servicios básicos como conexión a la red de agua corriente, vivienda digna, recursos educativos, afiliación al sistema de seguridad social, y acceso a las comunicaciones y a la información .
  • Estado Islámico reivindica ataque terrorista en Londres

    Estado Islámico reivindica ataque terrorista en Londres

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    El anuncio se realizó través de su agencia de noticias Amaq , donde comunicaron lo siguiente: "Un destacamento de combatientes del Estado Islámico ejecutó el ataque de ayer en Londres ". La responsable policial enfatizó que el incidente de la noche del sábado se ha dado por concluido y no se cree que haya huido ninguna persona que hubiera participado en el ataque .
  • Billionaire Bloomberg pledges $15 million to UN for climate change

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    Following Trump's formal announcement Thursday, Macron posted a video on his official Twitter account, in which he pledged to "make our planet great again". His head, depicted as a giant asteroid on a collision course with the Earth, appears above copy that reads, "It's the end of the world (as we know it)".
  • North Korea missiles a 'direct threat' to Russia

    North Korea missiles a 'direct threat' to Russia

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    Mr Turnbull and Ms Payne are due to fly back to Australia on Saturday night, where she will prepare for a visit by Mr Mattis and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Sydney on Monday for further security talks. In his speech, Mattis acknowledged the hard diplomacy involved in getting China to act against North Korea , a longtime trade partner that shares a border.
  • India committed to climate change: Minister

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    Earlier, on Friday Russia had said that despite U.S. withdrawal it was still likely to back the agreement to fight climate change. " We're getting out , but we will start to negotiate and see if we can make a deal that's fair", Trump said .
  • Ola says Delhi, Bengaluru, Mumbai are top cities for Ola Share service

    Ola says Delhi, Bengaluru, Mumbai are top cities for Ola Share service

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    The campaign was launched on a social media platform over the weekend by renowned cricketer-turned-commentator, Virender Sehwag. The company claims that since its inception, Ola Share has effectively saved over 7 million litres of fuel and reduced Carbon dioxide emissions by over 12 million kilograms.
  • Uncertainty will continue for a while yet in BC politics

    Uncertainty will continue for a while yet in BC politics

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    If the B.C. Liberal government is defeated on a budget or other "confidence" vote in the early days of the new session, Guichon would be expected to offer Horgan's NDP a chance to govern rather than call another election immediately. There have been few comments on the inner workings of negotiations, but a couple were made by Norman Spector, the former deputy to premier Bill Bennett and prime minister Brian Mulroney who was brought in to advise the Greens on strategy.
  • New sculpture honors Buffalo native's role in WWII

    New sculpture honors Buffalo native's role in WWII

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    Running low on fuel, he risked going beyond the point of no return to locate the Japanese. McClusky found the enemy and directed attacks which destroyed two Japanese fleet carriers. "When the war broke out and we realized how unprepared we were, the Navy command staff understood that they needed IBM computer-savvy people to assist in breaking the Japanese codes", Fox said.
  • Steve Kerr receives standing ovation prior to Game 2

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    You should never read too much into a Game 1. "I'm trying not to get wrapped up in that because this is a finals game", he said. The best early sign for the Warriors: Klay Thompson , who was 3 for 16 in Game 1, connected on two consecutive possessions.
  • Putin dismisses US claims about Trump, election

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    Trump's most ardent critics are already talking of impeachment. Putin also said that hes not aware of any meetings between Kislyak and officials from the Trump campaign, and that he doesnt talk to Russian ambassadors every day. President John F. Kennedy. He'll probably be asked about conversations with Trump about Russian election meddling and the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into former national security adviser Michael Flynn .
  • Canadian killed in London terror attack identified as BC woman

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    The assault was claimed by the so-called Islamic State group. The attackers on Saturday night were wearing what looked like explosive vests that were later found to be fake. Khan says the militants want to disrupt Britain's democracy and hamper plans for voting in the general election June 8. Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said Britain needed to have hard conversations with Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states about the funding of Islamist extremism.
  • Primer ministro de Malta propondrá ley de matrimonio gay

    Primer ministro de Malta propondrá ley de matrimonio gay

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    En declaraciones a la emisora TVM, el primer ministro dijo que los votantes habían "elegido la campaña positiva del Partido Laborista en contra de la negatividad y la amargura del Partido Nacionalista". Por su parte, el líder de la principal formación de la oposición, Simon Busuttil, reconoció en Twitter la derrota y declaró que respeta "siempre las decisiones de los electores".
  • Kashmir: Curfew, restrictions continue in Valley to maintain law and order

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    Kashmir Valley has been on the edge since Saturday when Hizbul commander, Sabzar Bhat was killed in a gunfight with the government forces in Saimoh village of Pulwama district along with his associate, Faizan Ahmad. It has not even been 24 hours since the social media sites and applications including Facebook , WhatsApp and Twitter were restored in Kashmir Valley.
  • Apple's WWDC 2017 Keynote Live Stream, Here Is How To Watch It

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    We'll also probably get updates to the company's lesser platforms, like watchOS and tvOS. Finally, the leak also said that Apple's iMac and MacBook Pro lines would be getting some spec bumps during the course of 2017, but planned improvements to the design of both ranges won't happen until 2018, so adjust your buying plans accordingly.
  • 46 killed in the fighting so far

    46 killed in the fighting so far

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    Marawi City is the capital city of the province of Lanao del Sur on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines with an estimated population of 200,000 residents. While Indonesia has been fighting militants since 2002, the rise of the Islamic State group has breathed new life into local militant networks and raised concern about the risk of Indonesian fighters returning home from the Middle East.
  • London attack: More detentions in hunt for accomplices

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    He previously had commented via a series of Twitter posts. London police chief Cressida Dick said that, while some of the recent attacks in Britain had global dimensions, they had a largely domestic "center of gravity". He promoted a proposed travel ban on visitors from six mostly Muslim countries and refugees from around the world that has been blocked by US courts.
  • Politicians and Environmentalists React After Trump Pulls US From Paris Agreement

    Politicians and Environmentalists React After Trump Pulls US From Paris Agreement

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    Montreal's mayor and Quebec's environment minister are expressing their disappointment at Donald Trump's decision to pull the USA out of the Paris Agreement on climate change. More than 55 parties have ratified it, promising to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The conference culminated in the Paris Accord , a global pact wherein 195 countries pledged to curb greenhouse gases emissions and switch to cleaner energy.
  • Americans Like Obamacare Better Than GOP Plan, Poll Finds

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    The survey of 1,205 adults was conducted on May 16-22, 2017. U.S. Sen. Richard Burr said Thursday he doesn't expect the Senate to agree on a comprehensive plan to repeal and replace Obamacare by the end of the year. Additionally, with insurers permitted to charge older Iowans as much as five times what they charge younger individuals - instead of three times or more under ACA - older and sicker Iowans will see their premiums soar.
  • Elder Scrolls dev Bethesda Game Studios is working on a freemium game

    Elder Scrolls dev Bethesda Game Studios is working on a freemium game

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    Bethesda writes: "Bethesda Game Studios is looking for a great Game Performance Manager based in Montreal, to join the team that is pushing the bleeding-edge AAA freemium game development ". "Ideally, you will have experience defining and operating online game business models, and have a deep understanding of player interactions with those models, both at the individual and community levels".
  • 'Call Of Duty: WW2' Zombies To Follow Real Events For Back Story

    'Call Of Duty: WW2' Zombies To Follow Real Events For Back Story

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    While this proved to be very useful in getting the little details right, such as the weather and terrain, Sledgehammer's Europe trip also helped inform the development of Call of Duty's revamped Zombie mode. While the experiments that the Third Reich reportedly did on creating zombies were real, there were no tangible results witnessed. Condrey promises the upcoming multiplayer mode will be "unique to our Dead Space signature", which immediately makes me think of slicing and dicing alien ...
  • US Prez Trump underscores travel ban in view of central London attacks

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    Trump said in a tweet, "we need to be smart, vigilant and tough". The current Supreme Court , back to full strength with the arrival of Neil Gorsuch, is ideologically the most conservative body to consider the issue so far. In hearings on whether to lift the injunction on Trump's ban, judges cited the president's previous comments about " a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States " as evidence that he's specifically discriminating against Muslims.
  • Qatar says it faces 'campaign of lies' as Saudi, UAE cut ties

    Qatar says it faces 'campaign of lies' as Saudi, UAE cut ties

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    Crude prices rose on Monday on the news Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain , the United Arab Emirates , and Yemen have severed diplomatic ties with Qatar , accusing the country of supporting terrorism. Central Command officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment. It wasn't clear if the decision would affect American military operations.
  • Man faces sentence for 'losing temper' and murdering two-year-old Harry

    Man faces sentence for 'losing temper' and murdering two-year-old Harry

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    In a statement read to the court, Harry's mother Lauren O'Neill, 22, said of the defendant: "He has ruined so many people's lives and not shown an ounce of remorse". The judge said: "Any untimely death is a tragedy, it is particularly wretched when a child dies". O'Neill, 22, told the trial how her son went "all floppy" in her arms before he deteriorated rapidly and died as paramedics tried to save his life.
  • Putin Denies Ever Meeting With Trump

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    Putin made the comments during an exclusive interview that will air on June 4th at 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT during the premiere of " Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly " on NBC . media had "created a sensation" over it. In the preview, the Kremlin chief was asked about the nature of his relationship with the retired US Army general who is the subject of several investigations at home.
  • LG X500 Smartphone Announced

    LG X500 Smartphone Announced

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    LG Come up with user friendly features with their LG X 500. For specifications, the LG X500 comes with nearly identical specifications as the LG X power2 . The Front View of the smartphone that showcases with the earpiece grille, the selfie camera and the flash on the op where as the back has camera setup and the flash.
  • PM Narendra Modi leaves for home after wrapping up four-nation tour

    PM Narendra Modi leaves for home after wrapping up four-nation tour

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    Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF ) that the Paris Agreement on climate change has not entered into force yet, so reaching consensus is still possible. greenhouse gas emissions and adopt clean energy technologies. Trump pulled out of the agreement which former President Barack Obama and a host of other countries signed in 2015.
  • Golden State takes 2-0 lead with 132-113 win

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    The Warriors shot 51.7 percent from the field and made 18 3-pointers, which is why they scored 132 points despite turning the ball over 20 times . Once again, the Cavaliers got solid performances by their Big Three. Instead he committed not one, but two fouls on 3-point shot attempts this evening. He discussed the rough third quarter. Korver is a three-point specialist who hit only one three in Game 2.
  • France's Macron hosts Italy's Gentiloni ahead of G7 meeting

    France's Macron hosts Italy's Gentiloni ahead of G7 meeting

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    On his first official trip outside Europe, new French President Emmanuel Macron is highlighting his determination to crush extremism with a visit to French-led military forces combating jihadist groups in West Africa. "The Barkhane operation will only stop when there is no more Islamist terrorism in the region", Macron told journalists while visiting French troops stationed in Mali.