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El atentado , el tercero en tres meses en el Reino Unido , volvió a conmocionar al país a pocos días de las elecciones, y aunque la primera ministra, Theresa May , ratificó que los comicios serán el jueves próximo , los principales partidos políticos suspendieron sus campañas de manera temporal.
  • London Attackers Named By Police As Profiles Emerge

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    Rowley said Monday that investigators were working to confirm his identity. Eighteen of the injured remain in critical condition. "We saw him many, many times around here", said Salahudeen, a 40-year-old driving instructor, who lives near the ground-floor flat in a modern-looking apartment block in the east London suburb.
  • Boston Red Sox Continue To Lose On Thornburg Trade

    Boston Red Sox Continue To Lose On Thornburg Trade

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    In exchange, the Red Sox sent the Brewers third baseman Travis Shaw and two minor leaguers, Mauricio Dubon and Josh Pennington , to Milwaukee and agreed to send a player to be named later. Dubon is batting.294/.346/.383 for the Brewers Class-AA Biloxi Shuckers. This is especially true given how poorly the trade has already worked out for the Red Sox.
  • White House aide says Russia probe 'detracts' from agenda

    White House aide says Russia probe 'detracts' from agenda

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    White House advisers had previously said that Trump was exploring his legal options regarding Comey. U.S. President Donald Trump reportedly does not plan to invoke executive privilege in an attempt to prevent former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey from disclosing potentially harmful information to Congress about statements Trump made about his embattled former national security director.
  • Clark Howard backs President on air traffic proposal

    Clark Howard backs President on air traffic proposal

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    The announcement Monday is part of a renewed White House focus on infrastructure. While efforts to privatize the ATC system have been around for decades, the idea became closer to reality when the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) publicly came out in support of a proposal to separate the ATC system from the FAA in exchange for guarantees that its members would keep their benefits, salaries and union representation previous year.
  • Justin Bieber Breaks Down During One Love Manchester Set

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    The One Love Manchester concert saw an audience of 11 million viewers on BBC One last night. The song was written by New Zealander Neil Finn. Grande was widely praised for putting on the show in such a short amount of time after the fatal bombing that took 22 lives and injured many more .
  • WH says Trump won't block Comey testimony

    WH says Trump won't block Comey testimony

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    In the weeks since then, associates of Mr Comey have said the former director felt uncomfortable about efforts by Mr Trump to compromise the bureau's traditional independence. A special counsel is looking into links between Trump's presidential campaign past year and Russians who sought to influence the election by hacking Democrats.
  • London attack: Prime Minister says bridge attackers identified

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    The sister of a missing 32-year-old man said Monday her brother is believed to have died in the attack. Asserting that Britain will continue to support military action to destroy ISIS in Iraq and Syria, she said, "working with other democratic governments we will agree ways to regulate cyberspace and prevent the spread of extremism and terrorist planning online".
  • May faces calls to resign over cuts to police numbers

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    Dave Green, of the Fire Brigades Union, added: "Our members will attend anything they're asked to attend, but we're constrained by numbers, by resources". The Prime Minister's answer was textbook May - changing the subject to her list of achievements instead of dwelling on some uncomfortable truths. The third attack in as many months has sparked a fresh debate about counter-terrorism, with Theresa May yesterday unveiling a new four-point plan to tackle extremism.
  • Stephen Hawking backing Labour in General Election

    Stephen Hawking backing Labour in General Election

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    Prof Hawking, who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease at the age of 21, said: " I'm voting Labour because another five years of Conservative government would be a disaster for the NHS, the police and other public services ". "His heart is in the right place and many of his policies are sound, but he has allowed himself to be portrayed as a left-wing extremist", he said.
  • "Uruguay reafirma compromiso con el Medio Ambiente" — Sendic

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    Es la primera escuela pública con estas características de América Latina y recibe a 60 alumnos. "Ellos saben que el agua que consumen es lluvia filtrada, que a su vez el edificio se encarga de su propio saneamiento, saben que la energía es de los paneles solares que es energía renovable, o sea hay muchos conceptos que se pueden trabajar y que están presentes día a día en la escuela", contó la directora de la escuela Alicia Álvarez.
  • Apple Gets Into The Smart Speaker Market With HomePod

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    Siri will be voice activated to respond to requests for information and other help around the house. On Monday at the WWDC, Apple announced a host of new features and improvements to its products. For photos, Apple is turning to a "high efficiency" format to replace the widely used JPEG standard. Changes included making iPads more efficient and being able to send money to friends using Apple's messaging application for mobile devices.
  • UK police make new arrest in concert bombing investigation

    UK police make new arrest in concert bombing investigation

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    The 23-year-old artist also shared that she'll host a benefit concert for the victims' families. It was a show meant to celebrate female power - part of Grande's "Dangerous Woman Tour" - and with an audience filled with women and girls, some saw the bombing as a clear act of misogynistic violence.
  • Five killed in shooting at Florida workplace

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    Florida police say the gunman was a former employee at a store on the estate but he was sacked in April - he took his own life after killing five others. Monday's killings represent the year's 114th mass shooting in the US, according to the Gun Violence Archive . OCSO on shooting scene w/ multiple fatalities.
  • Virginia joins U.S. Climate Alliance

    Virginia joins U.S. Climate Alliance

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    The alliance will also act as a forum to sustain and strengthen existing climate programs; promote the sharing of information and best practices; and implement new programs to reduce carbon emissions from all sectors of the economy. Climate Alliance, a group of more than a dozen states - including California, Massachusetts and NY - trying to achieve the goals of the Paris accord despite the federal government's lack of cooperation.
  • Trump announces Air Traffic Control Reform Initiative

    Trump announces Air Traffic Control Reform Initiative

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    But some groups have been critical of efforts to privatize air traffic control operations, saying it gives the airlines too much control over the system for their own benefit. In exchange, controllers would get guarantees that they would retain their benefits, salaries and union representation. White House officials said the new entity would be overseen by a 13-member board that will include members from the airline industry, unions, general aviation, airports and other stakeholders.
  • Trump won't block Comey testimony, White House says

    Trump won't block Comey testimony, White House says

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    Comey will be questioned about his conversations with President Donald Trump and the FBI's investigation of possible Trump campaign connections to Russian Federation. President Donald Trump will meet with the Republican leaders of the House and the Senate, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, on Tuesday to discuss the path forward for his agenda, said White House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters.
  • Cardin calls Trump tweet on London mayor ‘bizarre’

    Cardin calls Trump tweet on London mayor ‘bizarre’

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    Three jihadis drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge late on Saturday before running into the bustling Borough Market area where they slit people's throats and stabbed them indiscriminately. "We have protected counter-terrorism policing budgets, we have also provided funding for the increase of the number of armed police officers", she said at a campaign event.
  • Public opposes Trump's withdrawal from Paris deal by 2:1 margin

    Public opposes Trump's withdrawal from Paris deal by 2:1 margin

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    Scientists blame manmade climate change for rising seas and increasing extreme weather. On a separate question, slightly more people surveyed say that exiting the climate accord will cost jobs, such as those in renewable energy , than it will create jobs in the coal , oil and gas sectors.
  • Trump to propose privatizing air traffic control

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    The National Air Traffic Controllers Association , which represents 20,000 workers, has since started to warm up to the idea of privatizations . "If we want to continue to have the safest air traffic control system in the world, we need to modernize technology and ensure that the system can not continue to be interrupted by Congressional budget impasses", writes Chris Ward , former head of the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey, which oversees the busiest airports in the nation.
  • Putin says claims he has compromising info on Trump are 'nonsense'

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    U.S. intelligence officials have determined Russian operatives and government officials orchestrated a broad hacking and misinformation campaign meant to damage the Democratic Party and help Trump win the 2016 presidential election. election. The FBI on Friday expanded its Trump-Russia probe to include a grand jury investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn , according to sources cited by Reuters .
  • Apple HomePod brings Siri into the living room

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    Since the company already has a voice assistant with Siri , it seemed like creating a hardware speaker would be a no-brainer. The key to packing the performance into the unit is a new cooling system that Apple says is 80% more efficient than the current ones.
  • Trump Organization to launch 'American Idea' hotel chain

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    The company also says the first of dozens of hotels in another new Trump chain called Scion is under construction in MS, too. Scion is a four-star hotel chain meant to offer upscale service in US cities that could not support a full-fledged Trump luxury property.
  • Corbyn within one point of May: UK election Poll

    Corbyn within one point of May: UK election Poll

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    Pressed by host David Dimbleby, Corbyn then ruled out using nuclear weapons first in a conflict and refused to be drawn on whether he would be prepared to use them as a retaliatory measure. She warned of the risk of voters backing Labour and allowing Mr Corbyn to form a minority government with the support of the SNP. "You'd have Diane Abbott who can't add up sitting around the cabinet table, John McDonnell who's a Marxist, Nicola Sturgeon who wants to break our country up, and Tim Farron ...
  • US hackers could have framed Russia in election hack: Putin tells MBC

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    Elsewhere in his interview with Kelly , Putin claimed that "a child" could have hacked the USA election - and also alleged Russian Federation may have been framed . In the clip, Kelly asks Putin about Russia's purported attempts to influence the 2016 election. During his interview, Vladimir Putin also pointed out the US had a history of interfering in elections of nearly every country in the world.
  • Corbyn says May should resign - three days before general election

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    She said: 'Jeremy Corbyn seems to think that any deal - no matter what the price, no matter what the terms - is better than no deal. Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have traded accusations over security in the wake of Saturday's attack in London , with the Labour leader saying the prime minister should resign because she ignored warnings about cutting police numbers.
  • Tim Cook gives keynote at Apple WWDC 2017

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    The HomePod speaker was the main product, though Kiwis will have to wait until next year to buy it. This shows its pre-installation plus free trial strategy is helping Apple Music catch up to Spotify with its free ad-supported tier. that increase processing speeds and improve graphics. Apple's iOS is getting an update this fall. There are 5300 developers from 75 counties, ranging in age from 6 to 82.
  • White House: Trump won't seek to block Comey testimony

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    Putin again denied any Russian involvement in the USA presidential election and any knowledge of Russian contacts with the Trump campaign. The panel is investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, and whether the president or his associates were involved.
  • Los Warriors volvieron a ganar y se pusieron 2-0

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    La final actual, temporada 2017, servirá a modo de desempate entre estas dos franquicias que desde hace cuatro años dominan con hegemonía la liga. 3er AÑO en fila que los Warriors de Golden State ganan el primer juego de las Finales ante los Cavaliers de Cleveland .
  • US Secretary of State in Wellington

    US Secretary of State in Wellington

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    Mr English is also expected to express his disappointment to Mr Tillerson over US President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Paris Accord. The topics they are expected to cover include trade , counter-terrorism and the request by the United States for New Zealand to send more personnel to Afghanistan.
  • In progress Apple WWDC 2017: focus on Siri and ios11

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    And it would mark an effort by Apple to catch up with Amazon and Google . Some major changes are coming to Apple's software , and company executives, including CEO Tim Cook , shared details on Monday at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference .
  • Almagro acusa a la CNE de abolir el sufragio universal en Venezuela

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    Tras la entrega, el dirigente del Frente de Estrategia y Propaganda del Comando Zamora 200, Jorge Rodríguez resaltó que esta mejora fortalecerá las bases profundas de la democracia verdadera, de paz y diálogo en el país. Instó a la oposición coalicionada en la Mesa de la Unidad Democrática ( MUD ) a que "rectifique" porque "ustedes son los que pueden parar esto" en alusión a los 64 fallecidos que han dejado los dos meses de protestas antigubernamentales.
  • Arabia Saudí rompió relaciones con Catar por apoyar al terrorismo

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    Si bien Doha rechazó vehementemente la validez de esas afirmaciones, indicando que la agencia fue 'hackeada', los medios de comunicación de Emiratos Árabes Unidos , Al Arabiya y Sky News Arabia , entre otros, recogieron las historias, dándoles amplia cobertura y enfureciendo a los funcionarios de Catar .
  • Apple taking on Venmo with peer-to-peer payments

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    This is one of the biggest updates tonight - Apple has updated the App Store for the first time in nine years. And it would mark an effort by Apple to catch up with Amazon and Google . For example, Apple Pay will now support person-to-person payments, letting you send money to your friends. These devices will only keep the most recent messages in local storage .
  • Up to 100000 children at risk in Mosul

    Up to 100000 children at risk in Mosul

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    The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) said about 100,000 children in Mosul were in serious danger. Peter Hawkins , UNICEF representative in Iraq , said his organization is receiving "alarming reports of civilians including several children being killed in west Mosul ".