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Sasha no dejó de sonreír en todo momento, durante su fiesta de 16 años, aunque aparentemente la única que faltó en la celebración fue su hermana mayor Malia Obama . En las fotos que ya circulan en las redes sociales se ve a la joven posar sonriente junto a sus papás, familiares y algunos de sus mejores amigos.
  • Senate bars journalists from filming senators in Capitol hallways

    Senate bars journalists from filming senators in Capitol hallways

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    Sen. Tim ScottTim ScottScott: Press cameras could capture lawmakers' pin numbers Pence shows up to rally on a motorcycle GOP debt ceiling uncertainty grows MORE (R-S.C.) on Thursday defended Senate Republicans' apparent crackdown on press access in the Capitol, saying that reporters with television cameras posed potential threats to lawmakers' safety and privacy.
  • Trump proposal aims at another way of getting people to work

    Trump proposal aims at another way of getting people to work

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    Trump "should voluntarily turn them over", Collins said. "Given Attorney General Sessions' participation in President Trump's campaign, it was for that reason, and that reason alone, the Attorney General made the decision on March 2, 2017 to recuse himself from any existing or future investigations of any matters related in any way to the campaigns for President of the United States", a Justice Department spokesman said.
  • Tottenham Hotspur: Kane late strike rescues England at Hampden

    Tottenham Hotspur: Kane late strike rescues England at Hampden

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    We have to be a team that are never beaten, maybe the clock runs out but you never, ever stop and today we have done that. It was like watching a heavyweight boxer against a middleweight. "I was trying to get a good contact on it and side-footed into the net", he told ITV . Gareth Southgate's deployment of his England squad on a Royal Marines Commando training camp in Devon in the build-up to their visit to Hampden provoked mild mocking and even downright derision among some observers.
  • Trump to host new South Korean president at White House

    Trump to host new South Korean president at White House

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    The missiles are the fourth new missile system North Korea has disclosed and tested this year, sending a defiant message that it will continue to pursue a weapons program that has rattled its neighbors and Washington . Experts have long suggested that North Korea intends to develop a thermonuclear bomb that can reach hold targets in the United States mainland at risk as a deterrent, for possible diplomatic concessions, and now to prove wrong a tweet from President Donald Trump .
  • U.S. warns Beijing of South China Sea Islands

    U.S. warns Beijing of South China Sea Islands

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    In late May, North Korea launched a short-range ballistic missile which landed in the Sea of Japan , about 300km off the Japanese coast. He also said he thinks China ultimately will see it as a liability rather than an asset. -China relations, saying that while competition between the two countries "is bound to occur, conflict is not inevitable". "We seek instructive, results-oriented relationship with China".
  • Texas anti-Sharia rally, counterprotest draw more than 100 to Capitol

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    Then the two groups merged, with both sides eventually sharing the same street corner, but not the same ideas. More than 200 anti-Sharia protesters faced off with counter-demonstrators Saturday at the site of the San Bernardino terrorist attack as part of a nationwide " March Against Sharia " event sponsored by the conservative group Act for America .
  • BC farm labour company fires employees in wake of chicken abuse video

    BC farm labour company fires employees in wake of chicken abuse video

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    In the video, unidentified individuals can be seen whipping live chickens around by their limbs, while others can be seen stomping on live chickens and tearing them apart, leaving the birds mangled. Moriarty said they will be recommending multiple charges of animal cruelty under both the Criminal Code and the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.
  • How the GOP Will Spin Sessions' Testimony

    How the GOP Will Spin Sessions' Testimony

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    Sessions stepped aside in March from the federal investigation into contacts between Russia and the campaign after acknowledging that he had met twice previous year with the Russian ambassador to the U.S. "If, as the president said, I was sacked because of the Russian Federation investigation, why was the attorney general involved in that chain?" Through a spokesman, Rep.
  • It's Jeff Sessions' turn in the hot seat

    It's Jeff Sessions' turn in the hot seat

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    But Conway's one-line answer is significant: Sessions is expected to testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday, where he will answer questions raised by fired FBI Director James Comey's testimony before the same committee last week .
  • Officer-involved shooting reported at state liquor store in Hampton, New Hampshire

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    Monday. Police say the suspects fled the store with cash in a silver sedan. That afternoon, police in Hampton were alerted to a robbery at a GameStop on Hampton Roads Center Parkway. The officer was released from the hospital around 6:30 p.m. Hampton Police say the officer's bullet proof vest saved their life. The names of the officers and suspects have not been released.
  • House Passes Bill To Overhaul Dodd-Frank, Minimize Regulations

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    John Yarmuth, voted against it. "This law may have had good intentions, but its consequences have been dire for Main Street", House speaker Paul Ryan said in a statement . House Republicans headed toward a vote Thursday on dismantling sweeping financial rules established under President Barack Obama that were created to head off economic meltdowns like the one that caused millions of Americans to lose their jobs and homes during the Great Recession.
  • Embattled Theresa May names new Cabinet as critics circle

    Embattled Theresa May names new Cabinet as critics circle

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    Let's get on with the job", he said . There had been speculation that Mr Hammond in particular would be vulnerable if the Prime Minister had been returned - as she had hoped - with an increased majority. The party is seeking support from Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party to stay in power. That means the DUP would back the government on confidence motions and budget votes, but it's not a coalition government or a broader pact.
  • Desired Palestinian State under Three Powers

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    Palestinians, Israelis and the global community still cling to the two-state solution, the creation of a Palestinian state alongside Israel, as the means to provide self-determination for Palestinians and end the Israeli occupation of territories conquered 50 years ago during the war launched on June 5th, 1967.
  • Woods found asleep in vehicle before DUI arrest, per police

    Woods found asleep in vehicle before DUI arrest, per police

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    In the police report released on Tuesday, Woods told the arresting officer he had no idea where he was and his speech was described as "extremely slow and slurred, mumbled and confused ". The injury-plagued Woods underwent back surgery in April and afterward he reported to fans that he felt better "than he had in years". Tests administered to Woods suggests he was not under the influence of alcohol at the time of his arrest.
  • May's key ministers hold 'secret talks' with Labour to force soft Brexit

    May's key ministers hold 'secret talks' with Labour to force soft Brexit

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    The Sinn Féin president, Gerry Adams, and the SDLP leader, Colum Eastwood, said that the reappointed Secretary of State for Northern Ireland , James Brokenshire, should not chair the talks because the prospective Conservative-DUP link-up meant he could not be impartial, which would go against the terms of the Belfast Agreement.
  • Turkish army kills 5 PKK terrorists in southeast

    Turkish army kills 5 PKK terrorists in southeast

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    The PKK, which has carried out a three-decade insurgency against the Turkish state, has camps in the mountains of northern Iraq, near the Turkish border. Turkey has killed 837 terrorists since the start of the year, the military announced on Tuesday. The military said majority were members of the PKK.
  • Ngubane not off the hook by resigning

    Ngubane not off the hook by resigning

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    Cape Town - Ben Ngubane , the Eskom chairperson has resigned with immediate effect, Minister of Public Enterprises, Lynne Brown said on Monday. "The timing and rationale of this resignation is therefore surprising and suspect". Allegations by former Mineral Resources Minister, Ngoako Ramatlhodi, that Brian Molefe and Ben Ngubane tried to strong-arm him to withdraw Glencore's Optimum mining licences in order to guarantee that the Guptas takeover Glencore's coal mines is yet to be ...
  • President Trump not firing special counselor Robert Mueller, White House says

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    A close friend of President Trump said he is considering firing the special counsel tasked with investigating his alleged Russian Federation ties. "That had better be fake news or this presidency will be over very soon". But both Rosenstein and Sessions serve at the pleasure of the president, and if Rosenstein refused to fire Mueller, in theory, Trump could appoint someone to Rosenstein's job who would do his bidding, just as Nixon did after the infamous " Saturday Night Massacre ", where ...
  • Detienen a otro sospechoso por presunta implicación en el atentado de Londres

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    La noticia se conoce después de que el cuerpo policial liberara anoche a doce personas que permanecían bajo custodia, sin ningún cargo. Por otra parte, un hombre de 38 años ha sido detenido hoy en el aeropuerto londinense de Heathrow en relación con el atentado del pasado 22 de mayo en el estadio Manchester Arena, en el norte de Inglaterra, en el que 22 personas murieron.
  • Trump on Comey: He's a leaker

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    The White House has seized on the part of Mr Comey's testimony where he said he had assured the president he himself was not under scrutiny over Russian Federation. "No, he did not", Trump said. He also called Comey a "leaker", a day after the hearing. WILLIAM BRANGHAM: He did tell President Trump several times that he wasn't specifically under investigation.
  • Theresa May 'will serve us as long as we want her' - MPs

    Theresa May 'will serve us as long as we want her' - MPs

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    The MPs were apparently enthused by Mrs May's appearance, despite some reportedly wanting her out, and banged on tables for around 25 seconds and briefly cheered when she arrived. While any moves for a softer Brexit would be welcomed by Indian businesses - for whom tariff-free access to the European Union as well as its talent pool is important, there will be also questions over Britain's approach to the rest of the world.
  • Election debacle leaves UK govt in minority on eve of Brexit talks

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    European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said he hoped there would not be "further delay" in the Brexit talks that "we are desperately waiting for". Just after noon, May was driven the short distance from Downing Street to Buckingham Palace to ask Queen Elizabeth for permission to form a government - a formality under the British system.
  • Police investigating London Bridge attack arrest 19-year-old in Barking

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    The 34-year-old said: "They were behind me so I couldn't see, one was standing basically beside me as I was huddled down in the corner". Haydon said since last Saturday they had taken 262 statements from people from 19 different countries and numerous global inquiries were ongoing relating to the attackers and the victims.
  • Trump's lawyer to file complaint against Comey over memos

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    If Trump hadn't fired Comey, or possibly if he'd just fired him in a sensible and professional manner, Comey might not have testified at all. "Despite so many false statements and lies, total and complete vindication", Trump wrote. Meanwhile, Democratic lawmakers and other critics say Comey's clams that Trump leaned on him to somehow drop the Russian Federation investigation could amount to an obstruction of justice.
  • E3 2017: Bethesda Showcases Skyrim On Switch

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    There was a bit of back and forth about whether the game would be available for the platform, with Bethesda ultimately confirming that yes, Skyrim would be coming to the Switch . E3 2017 runs until Thursday, June 15th, so stay tuned to MobileSyrup for more coverage from the show. Dishonored 2 is getting a new bit of stand-alone content on September 15 called Death of the Outsider .
  • Senate GOP, Dems agree on new sanctions on Russia

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    The legislation is said to be part of an amendment to the underlying Iran sanctions bill . Chuck Schumer said with impressive optimism, "will also send a powerful and bipartisan statement to Russian Federation and any other country who might try to interfere in our elections that they will be punished".
  • UK's May Vows to Deliver Conservatives From 'Mess' Caused by Election Setback

    UK's May Vows to Deliver Conservatives From 'Mess' Caused by Election Setback

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    Theresa May has urged Tory MPs to give her the time to sort out the "mess" she created with the dire General Election campaign. "I felt she had very deeply considered over the weekend whether she should continue and ... May's spokesman said it remained government policy to cut net migration to under 100,000 and Brexit Minister David Davis also said walking away without securing a deal with the remaining 27 European Union states remained a possibility.
  • Fellow Republicans press Donald Trump about Comey tapes

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    Trump denied Comey's claims and said he would be willing to tell that to special counsel Robert Mueller . The president never told Comey "I need loyalty, I expect loyalty", Kasowitz insisted, and Trump never asked Comey to drop any investigation into Flynn.
  • Melania Trump, Son Moves Into White House at Last

    Melania Trump, Son Moves Into White House at Last

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    Barron is only the who lives in the White House since 1963 when John F. Kennedy Jr. has three years old. The first lady and Barron had been living at Trump Tower in NY until he finished the school year. In her tweet, she wrote: "Looking forward to the memories we'll make in our new home!" The youngest child of Donald Trump wore a blue shirt that read " The Expert ".
  • Sessions Fires Back at Comey, Amid Recusal Questions

    Sessions Fires Back at Comey, Amid Recusal Questions

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    Asked if he had taped their conversations, as he implied in a threatening tweet shortly after he fired Comey, Trump said he would reveal that answer soon. "I have yet to see anything, even a scintilla", the senator said. Trump has continuously denied allegations that he had asked Comey to drop the investigation into former National Security Adviser (NSA) Michael Flynn's alleged ties with Russian Federation.
  • John Stones can handle England midfield role, says manager Gareth Southgate

    John Stones can handle England midfield role, says manager Gareth Southgate

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    The Tottenham striker was the fifth skipper in seven games against the Scots, but Southgate told reporters he is in no rush to appoint a permanent captain. "He's been reasonably consistent but I think he'll be a little bit disappointed with one or two goals that he let in". France conceded in the dying seconds to lose away in Sweden in their qualifier, but they return home where in their last 18 they've won an impressive 14 times .
  • Trump facing lawsuit over business empire

    Trump facing lawsuit over business empire

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    Donald Trump is being sued by officials in Washington and Maryland who accuse him of accepting payments from foreign governments through his business empire. "If the Justice Department is right, the emoluments clause has no meaning whatsoever", Frosh said. "I think we'll continue to move to dismiss this case in the normal course of business".
  • Reinicia el proceso que puede costarle el poder a Temer

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    El juicio había comenzado el pasado abril, pero fue suspendido para escuchar a nuevos testigos, y ha sido retomado en medio de una gravísima crisis que se cierne sobre Temer, también investigado en la Corte Suprema por los supuestos delitos de corrupción pasiva, obstrucción a la justicia y asociación ilícita.
  • Hungary tightens rules on foreign funded NGOs

    Hungary tightens rules on foreign funded NGOs

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    Hungarys parliament has approved a law regulating civic groups which receive foreign funding. NGOs receiving more than $26,000-a-year from overseas are affected by the law which ordered them to declare their "foreign status" online and in all press kits and publications.
  • Miles Morales is your Spider-Man on PS4

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    Players are able to use stealth and even open doors for zombies to kill off enemies. The reason Spider-Man 2 is the gold standard of Spidey games came down to the sandbox feeling . This isn't the Spider-Man you've met before, or seen in a movie. And some of the games from the press conference are bound to pop up in other places throughout the week.
  • SIT rejects ex-K'taka CM's anticipatory bail in illegal mining case

    SIT rejects ex-K'taka CM's anticipatory bail in illegal mining case

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    A special Lokayukta court probing the 2007 Janthakal mining case refused anticipatory bail to former Karnataka Chief Minister and JD (S) state chief HD Kumaraswamy on Tuesday. In March, the Supreme Court had directed a Special Investigation Team of the Karnataka State Police to probe roles of former CMs of the state-HD Kumaraswamy and N Dharam Singh-going by the report submitted by the former Lokayukta Justice N Santosh Hegde.
  • UK can't expect Britons to replace EU workers after Brexit - CBI

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    Mr Barnier held "talks about talks" with Ms May's Brexit advisor Olly Robbins and British EU ambassador Tim Barrow in Brussels on Monday but they failed to agree on a date for the negotiations to begin, an EU official said. The Conservatives have 318 of 650 parliamentary seats, down from 330, and are seeking support from a small Northern Irish party, the Democratic Unionist Party, to support a minority government.