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  • A Model Detective. A Small-Time Thief. How 2 Lives Collided in a Deadly Robbery in Queens.

    Detective Brian Simonsen was killed in “friendly fire” during a robbery. This is his story, and that of a petty criminal who once wanted to be a police officer but is now charged with murder. Lire l'article
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  • In North Carolina, Investigators Find Ballot ‘Scheme’ in House Race

    A House seat was hanging in the balance as state election officials heard the results of an investigation into absentee ballot fraud. Lire l'article
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  • Machtkampf in Venezuela: Trump hält sich "alle Optionen offen"

    Trump speaks about the crisis in Venezuela during a visit to Miami

    Der US-Präsident ruft das venezolanische Militär zur Abkehr von der "kubanischen Marionette" Maduro auf - und warnt vor den Gefahren des Sozialismus.

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  • Majority of European firms have no CO2 reduction targets

    Only one in three firms have climate goals set to go beyond 2025, report finds

    Most European companies have no target for reducing their greenhouse gas emissions even though 80% see climate change as a business risk, a survey has found.

    Among those that have set climate goals, only one in three stretch beyond 2025, according to the annual Carbon Disclosure Project report.

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  • Sánchez: “El independentismo tiene pavor a sentarse a dialogar”

    El presidente pide a los ciudadanos que se movilicen el 28 de abril: "Abstenerse puede significar que España retroceda 40 años" Lire l'article
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  • La ACB y los árbitros reconocen “varios errores graves” en la final de Copa

    El Madrid lanza en privado el órdago de marcharse de la Liga si no hay una “sanción ejemplar” para los colegiados del partido y califica de “lamentables” la explicaciones ofrecidas Lire l'article
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  • Cum-Ex-Geschäfte: Das System Maple gilt als besonders perfide

    Ehemalige Manager der kanadi­schen Maple Bank haben zugegeben, mit komplexen Aktiengeschäften in die Staatskasse gegriffen zu haben.

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  • Southern Baptists Announce Plans to Address Sexual Abuse

    The largest evangelical denomination in the United States responded to a recent investigation showing that hundreds of leaders have been accused of sexual misconduct. Lire l'article
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  • Podemos was the dazzling new force in Spanish politics. What went wrong? | Giles Tremlett

    Internal strife and a narrowness of vision has halted the party’s rise – and left room for the far right to creep in

    It was only five years ago that Spain’s break-out party Podemos became a dazzling new lodestar for Europe’s lost and troubled left. But with a snap election just weeks away, it now risks a crash as spectacular as its rise. Has the leftwing populist model of ponytailed rebel Pablo Iglesias and his gang of talented young thinkers, so admired by many Jeremy Corbyn backers and others around Europe, proved a failure?

    Polling suggests the party is in deep trouble. Podemos once led the polls and very nearly snatched leadership of Spain’s left from prime minister Pedro Sánchez’s Socialist party at the 2016 elections, but it is now only the voters’ fourth favourite party. The meltdown means it is slated to lose half its deputies, while Sánchez gallops ahead, taking well over twice as many votes as Podemos on 28 April.

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  • 16 US states sue over Trump border wall emergency declaration

    Coalition led by California accuses the president of ‘unilaterally robbing taxpayer funds’

    A coalition of 16 US states led by California has launched legal action against Donald Trump’s administration over his decision to declare a national emergency in order to fund a wall along the Mexico border.

    The lawsuit was filed on Monday in the US district court for the northern district of California after Trump invoked emergency powers on Friday when Congress declined his request for $5.7bn to help create his signature policy promise.

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  • Interview am Morgen: "You'll never walk alone": Warum Liverpools Fußballhymne die Menschen so berührt

    Liverpool FC v AFC Bournemouth - Premier League

    Regisseur André Schäfer kennt den Song des FC Liverpool besser als jeder andere. Er erklärt, wie "You'll never walk alone" den Fußball erobert hat - und warum das Lied nicht zum FC Bayern passen würde.

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  • The Creeping Liberalism in American Islam

    Far from spreading Shariah, as Islamophobes have suggested, America’s Muslim clerics are focusing on a more familiar trend: youngsters blending into American life. Lire l'article
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  • Laureus Awards: Djokovic und Biles als Sportler des Jahres ausgezeichnet

    Novak Djokovic zieht mit Usain Bolt gleich. Simone Biles schlägt Angelique Kerber - schon wieder. Und Tiger Woods gelingt das Comeback des Jahres. Alles Wichtige zur Verleihung der Laureus World Sports Awards in Monaco. Lire l'article
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  • Hacia una cura para el joven que envejece a cámara rápida

    Un científico de 23 años participa en el descubrimiento de una terapia experimental para su propia enfermedad, que suele matar a los afectados en la adolescencia Lire l'article
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  • Por qué el centro derecha podría no llegar a la mayoría absoluta con cerca del 50% de votos

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  • 'A free pass for mobs to kill': India urged to stem cow vigilante violence

    Human Rights Watch blames police inertia and government failures for lack of justice for those affected

    Hindu cow vigilante groups in India are escaping punishment for lynchings because of police inertia and complicity by local officials, leaving the family of those affected without justice, according to a new report by Human Rights Watch.

    The report urges the government to prosecute mob violence by cow protection groups that have targeted Muslims, Dalits and other minorities in the five years since the BJP came to power.

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  • Rod Rosenstein, key figure behind Mueller inquiry, expected to step down in mid-March

    Justice department says deputy attorney general who brought in special counsel is likely to leave in mid-March

    Rod Rosenstein, the US deputy attorney general who appointed a special counsel to investigate possible ties between Russia and President Donald Trump’s campaign, is expected to step down by mid March, a Justice Department official has said.

    Rosenstein had been expected to depart shortly after new Attorney General William Barr assumed office. Barr was confirmed for the role by the US Senate last week.

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  • Betsy DeVos vs. Student Veterans

    The Department of Education secretary has been uniquely brazen, and unpatriotic, in her deregulation campaign. It’s time that she answered for her actions. Lire l'article
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  • Borja Prado pacta con Enel su salida de la presidencia de Endesa tras 10 años en el cargo

    El ejecutivo recibirá una indemnización mínima de 12 millones Lire l'article
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  • Syrian Kurdish leader calls for international force to protect Kurds

    Ilham Ahmed says Kurds want observers on the border to ensure Turkey does not attack

    The leader of the Syrian Kurds has called for a small international observer force to be stationed on the Turkey-Syria border to protect Kurds from what she says is the threat of crimes against humanity committed by Turkish forces.

    Ilham Ahmed is co-chair of the Syrian Democratic Council – the political arm of the US-backed and Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which have been responsible for liberating much of north-eastern Syria from Islamic State.

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  • Sánchez "no se cierra" a hablar ni con Cs ni con independentistas

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    El mundo
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  • El juez investiga si se espió a los Bárcenas con un móvil de la Policía

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  • Kamala Harris Faces Questions About ‘Democratic Socialist’ Label and Jussie Smollett in N.H. Debut

    The California senator, visiting New Hampshire for the first time in her life, distanced herself from Bernie Sanders, the last candidate to win this state’s Democratic presidential primary. Lire l'article
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  • El príncipe posmoderno

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  • Zeitzeugen-App des WDR: "Das darf nie verloren gehen"

    Zeitzeugen-App des WDR

    Auf einer App lässt der WDR Zeitzeugen des Zweiten Weltkriegs in 3D erscheinen. Über eine Gratwanderung der Wissensvermittlung.

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  • Bulk carrier runs aground on Solomon Islands reef spilling oil

    Cyclone delays cleanup after ship runs aground in rough seas near Rennell Island

    Solomon Islands authorities are scrambling to clean up an oil spill caused after a bulk carrier came aground about a fortnight ago on a coral reef on the southern coast.

    Category 2 cyclone Oma and rough weather had delayed efforts to salvage the ship, MV Solomon Trader.

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  • A public holiday and gold-plated gun: Saudi crown prince feted on Asia tour

    Mohammed bin Salman courted by Imran Khan in Pakistan as part of what analysts call a Gulf pivot towards Asia

    Mohammad bin Salman has been welcomed with a fighter jet escort, a gold-plated submachine gun and Pakistan’s highest civilian honour on the lavish first leg of an Asian tour aimed at rehabilitating the image of the Saudi Arabian crown prince five months after the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.

    After being personally chauffeured from the airport by the country’s prime minister, Imran Khan, bin Salman signed agreements worth $20bn on Monday, a crucial injection of funds for an ailing economy suffering a foreign-currency crunch and which is currently negotiating its 13th IMF bailout in 40 years.

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  • La 'desinfección' de Amer, una muestra de "supremacismo xenófobo"

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  • The Vatican’s Secret Rules for Priests Who Have Children

    The Vatican confirmed, apparently for the first time, that it has general guidelines for what to do when clerics break celibacy vows and father children. Lire l'article
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  • Ciudadanos quiere absorber lo que queda de UPyD

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  • Amazon Resets Its Film Operation After Rough Year at Box Office

    The tech giant put “too much focus” on art-house fare, said Jennifer Salke, the head of Amazon Studios. It will now focus more on films for a broader audience, including “sexy date-night movies.” Lire l'article
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  • Justin Trudeau's top adviser resigns as 'political meddling' scandal widens

    Exit by Gerald Butts comes days after veterans affairs minister resigned from Cabinet

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s top adviser has resigned while denying allegations that he pressured Canada’s former attorney general to avoid prosecuting a major Canadian engineering company.

    Principal secretary Gerald Butts has been Trudeau’s closest adviser and best friend since university, and his resignation over the widening scandal was a significant blow to the prime minister, who is facing an election this year.

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  • How the world got hooked on palm oil

    It’s the miracle ingredient in everything from biscuits to shampoo. But our dependence on palm oil has devastating environmental consequences. Is it too late to break the habit? By Paul Tullis

    Once upon a time in a land far, far away, there grew a magical fruit. This fruit could be squeezed to produce a very special kind of oil that made cookies more healthy, soap more bubbly and crisps more crispy. The oil could even make lipstick smoother and keep ice-cream from melting. Because of these wondrous qualities, people came from around the world to buy the fruit and its oil.

    In the places where the fruit came from, people burned down the forest so they could plant more trees that grew the fruit – making lots of nasty smoke and sending all of the creatures of the forest scurrying away. When the trees were burned, they emitted a gas that heated up the air. Then everybody was upset, because they loved the forest’s creatures and thought the temperature was warm enough already. A few people decided they shouldn’t use the oil any more, but mostly things went on as before, and the forest kept burning.

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  • Huawei founder: US cannot crush technology firm

    Ren Zhengfei hits back at criminal indictments he calls politically motivated

    The US cannot crush Huawei, the company’s founder has insisted, as he hit back against criminal indictments levelled at the firm and allegations that it poses a security threat.

    Washington has warned allies off using Huawei products in recent weeks. But Ren Zhengfei, whose daughter Meng Wanzhou – a fellow senior Huawei executive – is among those charged by US prosecutors, told the BBC on Monday that the firm would survive the pressure.

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  • Nach Notstandserklärung: 16 Bundesstaaten klagen gegen Trump-Regierung

    Der US-Präsident hat einen nationalen Notstand erklärt, um am Kongress vorbei an Gelder für eine Mauer an der Grenze zu Mexiko zu kommen. Dagegen gehen nun 16 Bundesstaaten juristisch vor: "Heute bringen wir Präsident Trump vor Gericht." Lire l'article
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  • Police search for missing UK and French tourists at beach near Port Macquarie

    Items belonging to Hugo Palmer and Erwan Ferrieux found at Shelley beach on NSW mid-north coast

    A British tourist and a French tourist are missing at a beach on the New South Wales mid-north coast.

    Personal items belonging to Hugo Palmer and Erwan Ferrieux were found by walkers on Shelley Beach, near Port Macquarie, 390km north of Sydney, at sunrise on Monday.

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  • Übernahmeangebot von Großaktionär: Tom Tailor soll komplett chinesisch werden

    Seit Jahren sucht das Mode-Unternehmen Tom Tailor einen Weg aus der Krise. Und die Fosun-Gruppe als Großaktionär sah mit Geduld zu. Jetzt wollen die Chinesen die Regie übernehmen. Lire l'article
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  • Huawei Founder Slams U.S. Charges as ‘Politically Motivated’

    Ren Zhengfei had previously avoided passing judgment on the case, citing respect for the legal process. Now he appears to be sharpening his language. Lire l'article
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  • George Mendonsa, 95, Most Likely the Sailor in a Famous Photo, Dies

    Mr. Mendonsa made the most credible claim to being the man captured kissing a woman in Times Square on V-J Day in a picture that became a national emblem. Lire l'article
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  • Gervasio Sánchez: “Hacer buenas fotos es fácil, lo difícil es narrar una buena historia”

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  • Tirol: Seefeld - nicht nur für Weltmeister

    Am Mittwoch beginnen die Wettkämpfe der Nordischen Ski-Weltmeisterschaften. Zeit, mal nachzuschauen, was dort für den Durchschnittssportler geboten wird.

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  • Labor demands investigation into ministers Cash and Keenan over AFP raid on AWU – politics live

    Earlier Mathias Cormann admitted he books holidays by calling CEO of travel company, who is also Liberal party treasurer, directly. All the day’s events live

    Integrity campaigners have welcomed parliament’s passing of new protections designed to shield corporate whistleblowers from recrimination.

    The bill strengthens the protections available to corporate whistleblowers on a number of fronts.

    Adani has responded to the Queensland department of environment and science’s final report into its planned Galilee coal mine, and the fate of the Black-throated finch that lives in the area (spoiler, Adani is NOT happy):

    “Late last night Queensland Government’s Department of Environment and Science sent us the final report from the external review of our Black-throated Finch Management Plan.

    “To say we’re disappointed in the final version is an understatement. The department has ignored the feedback that we provided to them last week on the plan and has not addressed the issues we raised.

    “The final report still contains false and inaccurate statements about the management plan, including hysterical claims on local extinction, which directly conflict with the scientific advice the Queensland and Australian governments have relied upon to date.

    We reject the report and its findings in their entirety.

    The report still contains unverified opinions regarding climate change and other projects in the Galilee Basin which are completely outside the scope of the Black-throated Finch Management Plan.

    This still reads as an anti-Adani lobbying document, dressed up as science.

    “We note that one of the few things that has changed from the draft to the final version, is the removal of formal references to the work of April Reside, a person who has been actively campaigning against the Carmichael Project for years.

    “On many occasions we have stated our grave concerns that a person such as Prof Brendan Wintle who leads an organisation with individuals who have made anti-coal, anti-mining and anti-Adani statements in the past, could not possibly lead a review of our Black-throated Finch Management Plan without such strongly held views prejudicing the contents of the report.

    “We remain committed to advancing our project and to this end we will continue to work with the Queensland Government so that these plans can be concluded and we can get on with delivering the thousands of jobs our project will deliver.

    “One thing is for certain – we’re not going anywhere. We’re committed to the regions. We’re committed to providing desperately needed jobs. We’re committed to delivering the Carmichael Project for regional Queensland.

    “The Queensland Government keeps shifting the goal posts for Adani. We are simply seeking a fair go.”


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  • Why Can’t Trump Build Anything?

    Infrastructure won’t happen until the Democrats regain control. Lire l'article
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  • Justin Trudeau’s Political Crisis Widens as Top Aide and Friend Resigns

    Rather than calming the growing political storm over allegations that Mr. Trudeau’s government tried to interfere in a criminal court case, the resignation of Gerald Butts could intensify it. Lire l'article
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  • Donald Trump, Labour Party, Huawei: Your Tuesday Briefing

    Let us help you start your day. Lire l'article
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  • Another Migrant With an Illness Has Died in Border Patrol Custody

    A 45-year-old migrant suffering health problems has become the latest to die in Border Patrol custody after crossing the border in Texas. Lire l'article
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  • Streit um Grenzmauer: 16 Bundesstaaten klagen gegen Trumps Notstand

    Die US-Staaten reichten am Montag beim Bundesgericht in Kalifornien Klage ein. Trumps Vorgehen sei ein Verstoß gegen die US-Verfassung.

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  • Anti-Semitic Attacks Fuel Continuing Rise in Hate Crimes in New York

    A recent uptick in anti-Semitic incidents in New York is most noticeable in and near Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Lire l'article
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  • Elecciones “como Dios manda”

    El PP considera una “falta de respeto” que la campaña coincida con la Semana Santa. En Murcia no harán mítines esos días Lire l'article
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  • A Nation of Weavers

    The social renaissance is happening from the ground up. Lire l'article
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  • Trump Delivers Blunt Warning to Venezuela Military Over Aid Impasse

    Mr. Trump warned Venezuelan soldiers to renounce loyalty to President Nicolás Maduro or they will find “no safe harbor.” Lire l'article
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  • Verhaltensforschung: Weißer Hai jagt im Bummeltempo

    Weiße Haie können schnell schwimmen. Doch ausgerechnet bei der Jagd auf Beutetiere lassen sie es langsam angehen. Forscher haben nun einen Grund ausgemacht. Lire l'article
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  • What’s Really in Your Index Fund?

    Investors love index funds, but they may not be as transparent as they seem. Lire l'article
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  • Anti-Semitic Taunts by Yellow Vests Prompt French Soul-Searching

    The insults hurled at Alain Finkielkraut, a prominent intellectual, crystallized a number of dark elements in a climate of public tension. Lire l'article
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  • 16 States Sue to Stop Trump’s Use of Emergency Powers to Build Border Wall

    A coalition of 16 states, including California and New York, is challenging President’s Trump use of emergency powers to spend billions on a border wall. Lire l'article
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