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Agregó que los partidos deben cuidar el tema de los recursos, los financiamientos y el dinero que utilizan en las elecciones, pues señaló que la compra de votos mancha cualquier elección y cualquier triunfo. Primero fue Alejandro Armenta quien anunció su salida del PRI. "Se necesita que haya una retroalimentación en el partido, que haya una reestructuración total y que haya alguien a quien realmente le interese el partido y se meta de lleno a trabajar en toda la entidad federativa", ...
  • British Prime Minister seen fighting for survival after election failure

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    Suddenly, the Labour party is in a much stronger position than even many of Jeremy Corbyn's supporters believed possible. May's party won 318 seats, eight short of the 326 they needed for an outright majority. A surprise resurgence by the Labour Party gave the main opposition party 261 seats, followed by the pro-independence Scottish National Party on 34.
  • The questions that could determine Sessions' fate

    The questions that could determine Sessions' fate

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    Members of Congressional committees investigating Russian meddling in the election have shown interest in whether Trump did tape his White House conversations with Comey or anyone else. Comey said Trump told Sessions and other administration officials to leave the room before Trump asked him in February to drop a probe into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn's contacts with Russian Federation.
  • Fresh questions for Sessions _ and he'll answer in public

    Fresh questions for Sessions _ and he'll answer in public

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    The letter did not say whether Mr Sessions planned to give public testimony or to appear before the panel behind closed doors. Sessions is prepared to make clear that there was no "third meeting" with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak at the Mayflower Hotel, the source said , pushing back on reports that Sessions could have met with Kislyak at an April 2016 Trump campaign event they both attended at the hotel.
  • Alemania: Un tiroteo dejó cuatro heridos en una estación cercana a Múnich

    Alemania: Un tiroteo dejó cuatro heridos en una estación cercana a Múnich

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    Este también resultó herido. No hay evidencia de más autores. La policía alemana ha informado que se ha producido un tiroteo en una estación de tren de la pequeña localidad alemana de Unterföhring , cerca de Munich. Las lesiones de la agente ponían en riesgo su vida, mientras que las heridas de las otras dos víctimas eran de menor gravedad, explicó el portavoz de la policía de Múnich Marcus da Gloria Martins.
  • DUP leader: 'Difficult' for Theresa May to remain Prime Minister

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    DUP leader Arlene Foster declared it a "good night for the Union". Leader Arlene Foster was Northen Ireland's First Minister but resigned at the start of the year following a renewable energy row. That part of the United Kingdom that is Northern Ireland now looks like two countries with the south, south west and west of the six counties entirely in the hands of Sinn Féin, and the area east of the Bann entirely under the control of the DUP.
  • Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega dies at 83

    Panama's former dictator Manuel Noriega dies at 83

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    Noriega was extradited to Panama on December 11, 2011 after serving more than 20 years in jail in the United States and France for drug trafficking and money laundering. At a point in time when leftist movements were on the rise in Central and Latin American countries, Noriega proved to be an important intermediary force to the United States.
  • TSJ: "No es necesario referéndum consultivo previo para convocatoria de ANC"

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    Horas después, Maduro dijo que se someterá a los designios de la Sala Constitucional del TSJ y aplaudió la iniciativa de Ortega como un ejemplo de la democracia venezolana. En 1999, el entonces presidente Hugo Chávez , llamó a un referendo para convocar a una Constituyente; no obstante, dijo la fiscala, "ahora la participación popular ha sido reducida a su mínima expresión".
  • Arkansas police officer slain; search ongoing for suspect

    Arkansas police officer slain; search ongoing for suspect

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    The suspect is still actively being sought by several agencies, including Arkansas State Police. Arkansas State Police have taken the lead in the investigation. According to the Officer Down Memorial Page , Weatherford is the first police officer to die in the line of duty since April 2011 when Trumann police officer Jonathan Schmidt was shot and killed during a traffic stop.
  • Number of Britons becoming German citizens rises 361%

    Number of Britons becoming German citizens rises 361%

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    The number of Britons becoming German citizens rose by 361% in 2016, amid concerns that Brexit could make it more hard for British people to live and work in the EU. That uncertainty over the future status of British nationals living and working in other European Union countries has been increased by Theresa May's election debacle that cost her party its majority and left her weakened just days before Brexit talks are due to begin.
  • E3 2017: New footage and gameplay revealed for 'Days Gone'

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    This takes him through a path where several undead are strung up by their feet. In this trailer, we see the main character riding a motorcycle to his mission to save his friend. Deacon places an explosive charge on a nearby boarded wall and blows it, alerting a swarm of nearby zombies to the enemy's presence. The trailer ends with Deacon spotting what seems to be an infected bear as he and his companions slowly back away.
  • Knack 2 Gets A Release Date, New Trailer

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    Knack 2 has been confirmed for release on September 5. Later on, more details were announced - screenshots, previews, and the rough launch date of sometime in 2017. Tickets aren't sold just yet, but once it is, we'll be sure to let everyone know. We'll see how the game fares when it releases in just a few months, around the end of summer - the ideal time to get into a - ahem - knack for games.
  • Eritrea sides with Saudi and allies over row with Qatar

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    Pakistan, which has close ties with the kingdom but also business ventures in Qatar, has stayed out of the dispute. Macron's office says he has held a series of conversations over the past week with the emir of Qatar, the king of Saudi Arabia , the Turkish president and the crown prince of Abu Dhabi.
  • Shipping routes via Oman opened to give Qatar food lifeline

    Shipping routes via Oman opened to give Qatar food lifeline

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    The service will operate three times a week to ensure business continuity of ports and shipping operations in and out of Qatar. Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain are among several countries which last week announced the suspension of all ties to Qatar over what they say is the state's support for extremist groups and its political proximity to Shiite Iran.
  • Britain's May vows to stay on despite election blow

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    The results - a sort of turnaround in fortunes for both major parties - have thrown that timetable into doubt. If there is one thing Pollard urges his Tory readership to show, it's humility. Corbyn, beaming with hope, claimed on Twitter that the Labour party had "changed the face of British politics". A buoyant Corbyn piled on pressure for May to resign, saying people have had enough of austerity politics and cuts in public spending.
  • Theresa May's key cabinet members set to keep their jobs

    Theresa May's key cabinet members set to keep their jobs

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    The result was a personal humiliation for Mrs May who called the election three years before she had to to bolster her position in Parliament as she embarked on the negotiations on Britain's withdrawal from the EU. Among Tory MPs there was anger at the way a 20-point lead in the opinion polls when she called the election in had been squandered in the course of a campaign which was widely condemned as flat-footed and uninspiring.
  • '100 per cent' willing to testify over James Comey conversations: Donald Trump

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    US President Donald Trump had on Friday denied he tried to interfere with an FBI investigation, effectively accusing James Comey , the FBI's former director, of lying under oath to Congress . Trump: Well, I didn't say that. President Trump has accused former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey of lying under oath to Congress and dismissed his testimony as politically motivated.
  • Shadow Of The Colossus Remake Due For 2018

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    It's an emotive, minimalist story that focuses on a young boy named Wander, who is tasked with slaying 16 giants (or, colossi) across a vast, deserted landscape. Texas-based Bluepoint Games was noted as the developer behind the remaster. Originally releasing on PlayStation 2 to huge critical praise, it was released as part of a collection with ICO on the PlayStation 3 that upscaled the original visuals.
  • Clinging on to her job, Britain's PM May appoints new ministers

    Clinging on to her job, Britain's PM May appoints new ministers

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    The arguments the Conservative Party put forward in this election have lost. As rumours swirled about plots to oust May, Johnson denied he was planning a leadership challenge. In another move in her bid to cling to power, the Prime Minister has parted company with her two closest No. 10 aides, joint chiefs of staff Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill.
  • Qatar foreign minister denounces 'unfair', 'illegal' sanctions

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    This has disrupted imports of food and other materials and caused many foreign banks to scale back business with Qatar. Qatar was importing 80 per cent of its food requirements from bigger Gulf Arab neighbours before they cut ties with the nation of 2.5 million people last week.
  • Sized Hail Falls in Cheyenne

    Sized Hail Falls in Cheyenne

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    In Goshen County, Wyoming, emergency managers reported a tornado on the ground on Deer Creek road, located along the Goshen and Platte county line. Here's a roundup of videos and photos that were taken from people across the state. There were numerous reports of golf ball- and baseball-sized hail that damaged vehicles and other property. They say no one was injured, but a gas leak did result.
  • Angela Merkel urges speedy Brexit talks after UK vote

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    The German chancellor said the European Union wants talks to progress "quickly" and warned it will defend the interests of its members during the looming divorce proceedings. In a letter to the PM congratulating her on her reappointment, he said the two-year time frame set out under Article 50 of the European Union treaties left no room for delay.
  • Comey's dad says his son 'laughs' over subject of leaking

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    Trump also was in New Jersey, about 48 miles away at his golf club, where the president used Twitter to criticize the Federal Bureau of Investigation director whom he fired. He declined to speak with a reporter from The Record newspaper. "He laid out his position very clearly on Friday". Since then, the question has been the object of fascination in Washington.
  • Shadow of the Colossus Remake Revealed for PS4

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    Shadow of the Colossus is regarded as one of the best games on the Playstation, and now we get to experience it on Playstation 4. If I were to release Shadow Of The Colossus for PSVR, I would feel a responsibility to create something that goes beyond the expectations of the fan base.
  • The British election: There are no sure things in hard times

    The British election: There are no sure things in hard times

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    It was a surprise move - Gove was sacked as justice minister by May past year after his bid to become party leader forced now-foreign minister Boris Johnson from the race, amid accusations of treachery and political backstabbing. "It's just how long she's going to remain on death row", former Conservative finance minister George Osborne, who was sacked by May when she became prime minister past year, told the BBC.
  • Putin denies relationship with former NSA Michael Kelly

    Putin denies relationship with former NSA Michael Kelly

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    In an interview to be aired today evening by NBC , Putin minimized his contact with Flynn, who was sacked by US President Donald Trump in February after offering misleading descriptions of conversations he had had with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak .
  • Guardado y Márquez encabezan bajas del Tri para enfrentar a Estados Unidos

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    En estos momentos, México es líder del hexagonal y después del partido contra Estados Unidos , vendrá la Copa Confederaciones , la Copa Oro y luego se retomará la eliminatoria mundialista. Con este resultado, México llegó a 14 puntos y podría en septiembre ante Panamá y Costa Rica asegurar el pase a la justa del orbe. En ese sentido, se abundó que el reto es importante, y se espera que México pueda competir en el Mundial de Rusia.
  • Roaming charges across the European Union ending this week

    Roaming charges across the European Union ending this week

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    From 15 June, new European Union regulations mean anyone travelling to an European Union member country will be able to use their mobile phone minutes, texts and data at the same price as if they were still in the UK. Alex Neill of Which?, said: "Many will reap the benefits of these changes and will no longer be put off making calls overseas. However, it is important to take a close look at what is or isn't included in your mobile deal".
  • Trump slams 'cowardly' Comey as Sessions offers to testify

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    Comey's testimony on Thursday also raised new questions about the attorney general's relationship with Russian officials with ties to President Vladimir Putin. Sen. Patrick Leahy is pissed. Feinstein is the top Democrat on that panel and a member of both. "You can't run forever", Leahy tweeted. "In light of reports regarding Mr Comey's recent testimony.it is important that I have an opportunity to address these matters", Mr Sessions said.
  • Trump declares himself vindicated, and Comey "a leaker"

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    Separately, the Senate Judiciary Committee has asked Columbia Law School professor Daniel Richman to turn over his copies of Comey's memos about his meetings with President Trump . Comey's testimony should put an end to the media obsession with accusing President Trump of obstruction of justice. "Despite so many false statements and lies, total and complete vindication.and WOW, Comey is a leaker!" And on Friday, the committee sent a letter to Comey requesting any notes or memoranda ...
  • Uber fires 20 after investigating over 200 bad-behavior claims

    Uber fires 20 after investigating over 200 bad-behavior claims

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    Uber has fired 20 employees stemming from a recent inquiry into an alleged culture of harassment at the ride-hailing company. Uber has fired more than 20 employees as part of its investigation into sexual harassment claims at the company, according to Bloomberg .
  • Fresh questions for Sessions - and he'll answer in public

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    Senators on that committee are expected to question Sessions about his meetings with Russians - a topic that has come under increased scrutiny amid investigations into Russian meddling in the USA presidential election. It also means the Russian Federation storm will continue to swamp President Donald Trump's agenda. The Texas Republican said that he was confident Sessions will put an end to the "myths" surrounding recent reports, with his testimony.
  • Man throws bangles at Union minister Smriti Irani in Gujarat

    Man throws bangles at Union minister Smriti Irani in Gujarat

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    The man, in his mid-20s, has been identified as Ketan Kaswala, a resident of Mota Bhandaria village in Amreli district, the police said. Since he was away from the stage, the bangles did not reach her. Reportedly, ahead of the function, the police detained around 25 Congress workers for staging protests against the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government outside the venue, Agriculture University Hall.
  • Record-breaking heat hits Northeast; 97 degrees at airport

    Record-breaking heat hits Northeast; 97 degrees at airport

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    According to the National Weather Service , Boston reached 96 degrees on this day on 1973, a temperature that hasn't been topped since. The temperature in Boston rose to 95 Monday, one degree away from tying the record. "Temperatures will drop a little at night, with most places having early Tuesday morning readings between 65 and 75", forecasters said . Temperatures are expected to sizzle again Tuesday after the mercury hit 93 degrees on Monday, matching the record set in 1973.
  • 3 reasons why Sessions' testimony on Russian Federation is so important

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    CNN reported at the time that the Federal Bureau of Investigation denied Priebus' request, although White House press secretary Sean Spicer said at the time that the White House was simply asking the Federal Bureau of Investigation "to tell the truth" in response to reports about Trump campaign communications with Russian officials.
  • Donald Trump says James Comey's 'leaks' are more prevalent

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    The president and Iohannis first spoke of cooperation between the two countries in fighting terrorism, but the conference quickly turned to the Russian Federation investigation when Trump opened the gathering for questions. He also accused Qatar, a key usa military partner, of funding terrorism "at a very high level", and said solving the problem in the tiny Persian Gulf nation could be "the beginning of the end of terrorism".
  • England will rotate keepers in each half against France,says manager Gareth Southgate

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    The 19-year-old Manchester United forward has made no secret of his desire to play at centre-forward, but Southgate believes it is not guaranteed that it will turn out to be his best position. "That said, I don't want anyone to feel completely comfortable in their position because I'm not sure that's healthy". Experience-wise, for the team he put out Saturday you would have thought Joe Hart or Gary Cahill for the captaincy but I think he has got a long-term plan on the end of this, ...
  • In Cincinnati Trump calls on Democrats to help rebuild U.S. infrastructure

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    Trump did speak about several problems with locks and dams that have delayed barge traffic in the Ohio River and elsewhere. He told supporters that Democrats "are destroying health care in this country". He urged senators to take up the House's bill with haste yesterday during a meeting with GOP leaders at the White House as well. "We will fix it", said Trump, standing along the Ohio River.
  • 305 miembros de las Farc reciben certificado de dejación de armas

    305 miembros de las Farc reciben certificado de dejación de armas

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    Los integrantes de las Farc que recibieron el certificado de la dejación de armas por parte de la Misión de la ONU, también recibieron la acreditación de parte del Alto Comisionado para la Paz, Sergio Jaramillo, con la cual podrán acceder a los beneficios y la ruta de reintegración.