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The child was spotted by an ambulance that happened to be in the area. Police say the woman who allegedly pushed the child out of the vehicle is the mother of both children. Officials say the child did not appear to be injured and he or she is now in protective custody. The 5-year-old girl and the infant are now in the care of Child Protective Services , police said.
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    Theresa May's poll lead narrows to 1 point

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    May's campaign stumbled over a U-turn on social care policy, and she declined to take part in televised debates with her opponents. Labour is "going all-out" to win the General Election and show its doubters that the party is "real, serious and here", Jeremy Corbyn has told an impassioned rally.
  • Apple reveals powerful new iPad Pro

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    The WWDC 2017 has revealed many features that are super exciting for developers and users alike, with new products and exciting new things to come from iOS 11! But while Amazon and Google have stressed the daily practicalities of the artificial intelligence assistants that run Echo and Home, Apple framed HomePod more as a music-listening platform, with practicalities like reminders and calendar nearly an after thought.
  • South Korea to freeze new THAAD deployment pending probe

    South Korea to freeze new THAAD deployment pending probe

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    However, the ministry provided only 320,000 square meters of land first for the THAAD deployment, subjecting it only to the on-going "small and informal" evaluation. THAAD launchers "that have yet to be deployed will have to wait", an unnamed official in Moon's administration told Yonhap. The deployment of the controversial missile defense system, which the Chinese government has expressed strong opposition to, was agreed a year ago by the USA and South Korea and is set to cost $1 ...
  • With iOS 11, Apple Leaves 32-bit Apps Behind for Good

    With iOS 11, Apple Leaves 32-bit Apps Behind for Good

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    By ditching 32-bit altogether, Apple is able to move on without the burden of 32-bit backward compatibility, and it also frees up valuable RAM and storage for more effective use in its current devices - greater space for manoeuvre. In the fall, the public release for the iOS 11 will become available for the iPhone 5s and later, for all the iPad Airs, iPad Pros, the iPad 5th generation.
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    Qatar has long denied funding extremists, and its Foreign Minister struck a defiant tone in interviews following the fallout, even after anxious residents emptied grocery stores in its capital, Doha. Qataris have expressed fears that the initiative is aimed at removing Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Qatar's emir, as well as his parents, who many believe are the real power behind the throne.
  • Vuelve el 'Voto por voto', pero AMLO sorprende con petición

    Vuelve el 'Voto por voto', pero AMLO sorprende con petición

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    El texto también resaltó al alcance del líder del Movimiento Regeneración Nacional ( Morena ), Andrés Manuel López Obrador , en estas elecciones. En segundo lugar Delfina Gómez , de Morena , llevaba el 31.51 por ciento; Juan Zepeda, del PRD, el 18.33 por ciento, y Josefina Vázquez, del PAN, el 11.27 por ciento, de las 14 mil 248 actas capturadas, es decir, 75.57 por ciento.
  • Malacañang lauds arrest of two Maute brothers' father

    Malacañang lauds arrest of two Maute brothers' father

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    Also arrested was Norjannah Balawag Maute, identified as Cayamora's daughter, and her husband, Benzarali Tingao. Although police are still validating Cayamora's identity, the old man himself admitted as much. He has been brought to Davao City Police Office. Cayamora's wife also has a warrant of arrest for illegal possession of firearms and blasting caps, also issued by a court in Lanao del Sur, Gaerlan said.
  • Chinese president Xi, California governor pledge action on climate change

    Chinese president Xi, California governor pledge action on climate change

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    The Paris Agreement was negotiated by representatives of 195 countries, including the United States, in Paris, France, and agreed to in 2015. The deal called for each country to decide how best to slash their own greenhouse emissions to meet a goal of keeping global temperature increases to below 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Apple Is Countering Amazon and Google with a Siri-Enabled Speaker

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    Her Let's Move! campaign worked to address childhood obesity, Reach Higher encouraged young people in the U.S.to enroll in higher education and Let Girls Learn helped young girls around the world go to school. However, Erickson described the price point as "aspirational" given that consumer expectations have been set by cheaper competitors. The new iPad Pro costs $649 and will begin shipping next week.
  • Trump hails sacrifices of fallen troops

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    Response to Trump's speech on Memorial Day has been overwhelmingly positive, with ABC describing it as a "solemn tribute" and New York Magazine author Ed Kilgore calling it " entirely appropriate and occasionally eloquent ". Accompanied by Pence, Trump walked briefly among the white marble headstones and greeted families, including Brittany Jacobs and her 6-year-old son, Christian, who was dressed like a Marine.
  • Philippine bank chaos after unauthorised transactions

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    The glitch will be investigated, central bank Deputy Governor Nestor Espenilla said in a mobile-phone text message, adding that Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas investigates "every single incident". A number of posts have appeared on social media networks reporting such incidents, with most telling other people to "check their accounts immediately".
  • Un doble atentado en Londres mató a 7 personas

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    La Policía ya ha confirmado la identidad de los tres autores del atentado, la del tercero hoy mismo, con el nombre de Youssef Zaghba, de 22 años, un italiano de origen marroquí, que no estaba fichado por los servicios de inteligencia. "Venían una y otra vez a acuchillarme", narró. "Llevo una hora y media dando vueltas llorando, no sé que hacer", dijo conmovido. Según esa testigo, dos de los hombres y la mujer fueron trasladados en una ambulancia.
  • Apple's new iMacs are now powerful enough to support VR

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    This is something new and something that, to my memory, AMD hasn't announced or discussed yet. It is expected that the company produced 10.5-inch iPad Pro with a "frameless" screen. Rival Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT ) took the opportunity to move in with new products like the Surface Laptop . Apple has just unleashed the new iMac Pro , the most powerful Mac computer ever made.
  • Estoy abierto a revisión del proceso electoral: Del Mazo

    Estoy abierto a revisión del proceso electoral: Del Mazo

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    El diario New York Times destacó en su edición digital que a pesar de que los resultados preliminares le dan la ventaja por tres puntos al Partido Revolucionario Institucional ( PRI ), la victoria estaría empañada por las acusaciones de desvío de recursos que el Estado usó a favor del candidato Alfredo del Mazo Maza .
  • China defends arrest of men probing Ivanka Trump supplier

    China defends arrest of men probing Ivanka Trump supplier

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    According to the Guardian, the three activists were preparing to issue a report accusing factories that make shoes for the daughter of USA president Donald Trump of a host of violations including paying below China's legal minimum wage, managers verbally abusing workers and "violations of women's rights".
  • Tim Cook says Apple gives British police information on terror suspects

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    Cook further stated that encryption works differently than you might think as there is some scope for building the profile of an individual using metadata - not the exact info but some of it. Following the London Bridge terror attack, Prime Minister Theresa May said that technology companies must stop being a "safe space" for terror suspects .
  • 13-inch MacBook Pro

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    Speaking of Macs, Apple also showed off new iMac models with a host of new configurations. There's higher memory capacity: You can have 32GB of RAM for the 21.5-inch iMac, and 64GB of RAM for the 27-inch iMac. And for half-precision computation, ideal for machine learning, iMac Pro delivers up to an incredible 22 Teraflops of performance. The new iMac Pro will be running on a latest MacOS High Sierra .
  • Comey Will Testify That Trump Did Not Obstruct Justice

    Comey Will Testify That Trump Did Not Obstruct Justice

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    Despite the mounting legal questions now shadowing the White House , Trump has needled Comey publicly. After the president abruptly fired Comey last month, associates of the former FBI director revealed the president had repeatedly pressed him about the investigation of possible contacts between his associates and Russian operatives.
  • Do the recent terror attacks put you off travelling overseas?

    Do the recent terror attacks put you off travelling overseas?

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    A Frenchman working at a restaurant in Borough Market, whom relatives named as Alexandre, was also killed in the attack, said French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian. Their defiance was epitomised by an image that has been shared more than 26,000 times , showing a man casually holding a pint of beer as he joins others fleeing the scene of last Saturday night's attack.
  • Trump expects Senate health care bill in summer

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    The problem is that Congress doesn't seem almost as enthusiastic about the prospect of pressing forward on health care as Trump does. Graham, who wants Republicans to take a shot at tax reform in fiscal year 2017, said he opposes the revenue-neutrality rules of the 2017 reconciliation.
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    La disputa para definir al nuevo gobernador del Estado de Coahuila fue muy dura, ya que según la cifras, Riquelme Solís obtuvo 337 mil 682 votos , es decir el 38.3%, apenas 1.5 puntos arriba de su más cercano rival, el candidato del PAN José Guillermo Anaya , quien obtuvo 324 mil 429 votos (36.81%).
  • Apple takes on Alexa and Google with HomePod

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    To talk about the keynote, games editor Rishi Alwani and editor-in-chief Kunal Dua join host Pranay Parab on this episode of Orbital. The new iPad runs on iOS 10 and powered by A10 X Fusion chip with 64-bit architecture. Other improvements include the Control Center, which is now previously accessible with just a swipe-up for users to turn on/off features such as WiFi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, brightness level and torch.
  • London Bridge attacker known to security services as two terrorists named

    London Bridge attacker known to security services as two terrorists named

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    He also used the name Rachid Elkhdar, and claimed to be six years younger. In Saturday's attack , three men, wearing fake suicide vests, mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge in a van, before slashing and stabbing revellers in Borough Market , a bustling district of late-night bars and restaurants.
  • Venezuela confirma su asistencia a Asamblea de la OEA en Cancún

    Venezuela confirma su asistencia a Asamblea de la OEA en Cancún

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    Derechos de autor de la imagen AFP Image caption El secretario de la OEA , Luis Almagro, afirmó que la comunidad internacional está preocupada por la crisis en Venezuela . En entrevista para con Ciro Gómez Leyva para Imagen Televisión , el canciller indicó que los países del Caribe presentaron una resolución que fue rechazada por otro grupo de naciones, entre ellas México , por carecer de los elementos suficientes para considerarse como tal.
  • British PM: Trump 'wrong' to attack London mayor

    British PM: Trump 'wrong' to attack London mayor

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    Khan and Trump share a history of disagreement. He denied he was stoking up a feud which went back to 2016, when the mayor described the then presidential candidate's calls for a ban on Muslim entry into the U.S. "Thank you, Mayor Khan, for your leadership during this crisis". US President Donald Trump has ordered temporary travel restrictions on people from several Muslim-majority countries, although the ban is now held up by federal courts.
  • Senate Republicans claim progress on health care legislation

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    But if McConnell can somehow keep them in line, along with Cruz and Lee, he'll likely have the votes to pass the bill. The rhetorical back-and-forth comes as a growing number of GOP senators are increasingly pessimistic that they will be able to pass healthcare legislation, even though Majority Leader Mitch McConnellMitch McConnellTrump, GOP plot path for agenda Fractured Republicans get options on healthcare GOP chairman: Senate panel will "deal with" Russian Federation in June MORE ...
  • Trump doubles down on criticizing London mayor after deadly attacks

    Trump doubles down on criticizing London mayor after deadly attacks

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    When Mr Khan issued a statement saying he was too busy dealing with the aftermath of a terror attack to respond to the President's comments, Mr Trump doubled down with a second insult. Officials said assailants used a vehicle to plow into pedestrians on London Bridge and then drove to Borough Market, where people were attacked with knives.
  • Trump wishes Comey luck ahead of Senate testimony

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    Coats made the same claim when asked by the Senate Armed Services Committee last month about reports that Trump had pressured him and other intelligence leaders to deny that there was evidence of collusion between his campaign and the Kremlin.
  • She Prodded Her Boyfriend to Kill Himself. He Did

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    In the months following Roy's death, Carter organized a charity softball tournament and raised $2,300 money for mental health awareness in his honor. Carter's lawyer has said the texts are protected free speech. What prosecutors will have to prove this week is whether Carter's encouragement resulted in his death.
  • La premier May endurece el tono contra el extremismo

    La premier May endurece el tono contra el extremismo

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    Después de que unos atacantes dejaron siete muertos y 48 heridos en Londres , la primera ministra británica, Theresa May , reanudó su campaña el lunes, tres días antes de unas elecciones generales que según las encuestas serán mucho más reñidas que lo previsto inicialmente.
  • A Look Inside the Senate Room Where James Comey Will Testify

    A Look Inside the Senate Room Where James Comey Will Testify

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    Republican committee member Senator Roy Blunt said he welcomed Mr Comey's testimony, but warned there could be "a big problem" if the ousted Federal Bureau of Investigation boss is too restrictive in his responses. Height Securities analysts in a note said that's a good sign. In this case, she said, his answers could help the public understand that attempts to interfere with the justice system are wrong.
  • Kiwi Payne ready to roar for Lions in Auckland

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    Several of the Blues squad had to hold in tears of laughter after these hilarious name pronunciations. Eden Park is relishing its role as the pivotal venue in the DHL Lions Series, which starts with the tourists' match against the Bluestomorrow night.
  • Trump 'believes climate is changing', says United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley

    Trump 'believes climate is changing', says United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley

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    It is imperative to avoid undermining worldwide agreements such as the Paris accord , which is a symbol of joint cooperation among countries across the world and enhanced multilateralism, he said. Trump himself ignored a question about climate change when asked by journalists during an unrelated event Friday, although he did joke that Thursday's decision had proven "controversial".
  • Trump trade chief rules out USA return to TPP

    Trump trade chief rules out USA return to TPP

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    Malaysia has said if the Trans-Pacific Partnership is to proceed without its biggest economy - Donald Trump pulled the USA out of the deal when he took office, citing a perceived threat to American jobs - it should be renegotiated given the downsizing to 11 members.
  • Top Dem: Russia's Election System Attacks More Extensive Than Reported

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    Even as the document was ricocheting around Washington, the Justice Department announced that a criminal complaint was filed in the Southern District of Georgia, charging Reality Leigh Winner , 25, a federal contractor, with removing classified material from a government facility and mailing it to a news outlet.
  • Trump's tweets "official statements of the President of the United States"

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    Taking the tweets chronologically, Trump began by contradicting his lawyers and insulting the judiciary. "People. can call it whatever they want, but I am calling it what we need and what it is, a TRAVEL BAN", Trump also wrote. There could be two other lawyers in court for such a hearing. US Senator Ben Cardin, who is the top Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and opposes the ban, said on CNN the tweets showed the Republican president's disdain for the judicial branch.
  • Apple HomePod to Compete with Amazon Echo, Google Home

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    There are leaked pictures which are recorded for each iPhone and iPad renditions of the application, therefore it ought not to be an iPad-exclusive component . Apple Maps will also be updated with iOS 11 . Additionally, Apple is also working with other virtual reality companies, such as Unity Technologies and Epic Games , bringing their VR tools to the Mac.