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  • La soledad del Supremo ante el golpe

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  • U.S. Suspends Tariffs on China, Stoking Fears of a Loss of Leverage

    A temporary cease-fire has calmed fears of a trade war, but the Trump administration now faces criticism it is backing down from striking a tough deal. Lire l'article
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  • Anti-Gun Backlash From School Shooting? Probably Not in Texas

    Activism after the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., led to the most successful push for gun control in decades in the state. Few expect the same in Texas. Lire l'article
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  • Europe Edition: Royal Wedding, Ireland, Mafia: Your Monday Briefing

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Lire l'article
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  • Santa Fe High’s Baseball Team Takes the Field, Shadowed by Tragedy

    The stands were packed with people in the school’s colors Saturday night for a playoff game that the players chose not to postpone, a day after a gunman killed 10 people at their school. Lire l'article
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  • The Great Revolt review: Trump-approved study of 2016 is key reading for Democrats

    Salena Zito and Brad Todd pull punches on race but show just how the ‘blue wall’ collapsed and how hard it will be to rebuild

    Between November 2007 and late 2016, white Americans lost more than 700,000 jobs. Seemingly oblivious to that reality, on the manicured lawns of Martha’s Vineyard, Silicon Valley and Beverly Hills Hillary Clinton repeatedly shared that a chunk of Donald Trump’s base was irredeemably deplorable. Only when Clinton was busted for repeating that same line at a Wall Street fundraiser did she bother to feign remorse.

    The powder that exploded on election day 2016 was all around. But it took Donald Trump to light the match, and few were prepared for the ensuing conflagration. The industrial midwest, the Democrats’ famed blue wall, collapsed. A segment of the electorate that had cast its lot with Barack Obama, together with others who had never before voted, propelled Trump to the White House.

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  • El mantenimiento del 155 obliga a cohabitar a Torra y el Gobierno

    Rajoy explora fórmulas jurídicas que avalen su posición ya que no va a dar el visto bueno al Govern que propone el 'president' Lire l'article
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  • Nana, droga y otros arabismos en español

    El catedrático Federico Corriente repasa en su discurso de ingreso en la RAE la situación de los arabismos en castellano Lire l'article
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  • Cougar Attacks Two Bicyclists in Washington State, Killing One

    When two friends got off their bikes and made noise, it scared off the cougar that was chasing them, but it returned and dragged one of them into the woods. Lire l'article
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  • Amtsinhaber Nicolás Maduro zum Sieger erklärt

    Offiziellen Angaben zufolge erhält Maduro 68 Prozent der Stimmen. Trotz des eindeutigen Ergebnisses will Herausforderer Henri Falcón die Wahl nicht anerkennen.

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  • El Real Madrid vuelve a reinar

    Los de Laso conquistan la 10ª Copa de Europa del club tras sobrevivir al Fenerbahçe de Obradovic, a un ambiente hostil y a un curso adverso gracias a su conmovedor espíritu de equipo (85-80) Lire l'article
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  • Officials grilled over huge Barrier Reef grant – politics live

    Kristina Keneally questions the process for giving $440m to a little-known foundation. Follow all today’s events in Canberra

    Tony Smith says he is still talking to the Australian Electoral Commissioner about the dates for the byelection, and there are some issues over changed regulations for section 44, so he doesn’t feel like he can issue the writ today. (Which means no June 23 byelection)

    Tony Burke says “we are currently in a situation where a government could delay a regulation for as long as it wanted and that would determine when a byelection could be held” and that we are now in a situation where “it is taking longer to fill five seats than it would take to fill 150 seats”.

    Question time ends - but to be honest, I checked out at the last dixer, because Penny Wong is serving so many looks in estimates, it’s mesmerising.

    John Lloyd is taking on notice to get advice about the basis on which he can make a public interest immunity claim. "I will do it expeditiously...as quick as I can". Someone turned up to school without his "dog ate my homework" note. #estimates #auspol

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  • Mit Babies gegen Aggressionen

    Ein Baby zu beobachten, soll Aggressionen abbauen und die Feinfühligkeit verbessern. 50 deutsche Städten probieren das Konzept schon in Kindergärten und Schulen aus. Ortsbesuch in Regensburg.

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  • El PNV, atrapado de nuevo en el bucle catalán para aprobar los Presupuestos

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    El mundo
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  • Pedro Sánchez, de la ilusión a la incertidumbre un año después de su victoria en las primarias

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    El mundo
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  • Venezuela: Präsident Maduro erklärt sich zum Wahlsieger

    Als "Sieg des Volkes" feiert Präsident Nicolas Maduro das Ergebnis der hochumstrittenen Wahl in Venezuela und lässt sich zum Gewinner erklären. Der stärkste Oppositionskandidat fordert Neuwahlen wegen Betruges. Lire l'article
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  • Santa Fe School Shooting Victims: Here Are Their Stories

    Most of the victims were students. One was looking forward to his 17th birthday party. Another, an exchange student from Pakistan, was preparing to go home. Lire l'article
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  • El plebiscito sobre el chalé divide Podemos: "huida hacia delante" o "valentía" de Iglesias y Montero

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    El mundo
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  • Gobierno, Ciudadanos y PSOE, listos para endurecer el artículo 155 si Torra no rectifica

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    El mundo
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  • Once Hated by U.S. and Tied to Iran, Is Sadr Now ‘Face of Reform’ in Iraq?

    Moktada al-Sadr, the upset winner of Iraq’s election, has undergone a reinvention, from a militant Shiite to an anticorruption champion whose “Iraq First” message appeals across religious divides. Lire l'article
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  • Errejonistas y anticapitalistas no harán campaña contra Iglesias y Montero por el chalé

    Todas las corrientes de Podemos coinciden en la crisis que supondría un vacío de poder a un año de las elecciones autonómicas y locales Lire l'article
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  • Op-Ed Columnist: The Mississippi Man Tried Six Times for the Same Crime

    A Mississippi prosecutor seems to have a vendetta against Curtis Flowers, as a new podcast documents. Lire l'article
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  • Inquisidores inquiridos

    Iglesias y Montero tapan su error con un órdago a las bases de Podemos Lire l'article
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  • Trump Demands Inquiry Into Whether Justice Dept. ‘Infiltrated or Surveilled’ His Campaign

    Legal experts said President Trump’s promise of intervention had little precedent, and could force a clash between the sitting president and his Justice Department. Lire l'article
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  • Mourning Our Daughter, While Ireland Votes

    Allowing Irish women to end pregnancies doesn’t require insisting on the inhumanity of those who haven’t been born yet. Lire l'article
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  • El comisario jefe de la Policía en Algeciras: "Hay un cambio, el ciudadano está harto"

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  • Op-Ed Columnist: Enough Is Enough

    People seeking common sense on guns must become single-issue voters on gun control. Lire l'article
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  • K2 Eyed as Culprit After 14 People Overdose in Brooklyn

    Investigators were trying to determine the source of a drug that caused the victims to faint and vomit. Lire l'article
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  • Arranca el juicio de la 'kale borroka' navarra por los disturbios en 2017

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  • In Belmont Stakes, Justify Might Face Familiar Competition

    As Justify prepares for the final leg of the Triple Crown, contenders are lining up to face him. Lire l'article
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  • New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern opens Techweek ... as a hologram – video

    A virtual Jacinda Ardern opens the Techweek animation conference as a holographic display, a move she said ‘seems appropriate’. New Zealand’s prime minister said this year’s theme was ‘innovation that’s good for the world’, which she said sat well with her, citing the country’s nuclear-free policy and action on climate change.

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  • US rejects 'insult to democracy' as Venezuela president Maduro pursues second term

    Chile and US dismiss elections as a sham while Nicolás Maduro hails a ‘fiesta’ of democracy

    The United States condemned Venezuela’s election as “an insult to democracy” and opposition leaders rejected a “fraud foretold” on Sunday as low voter turnout looked to have spoiled what President Nicolás Maduro had promised would be a great “fiesta” of democracy.

    Venezuela’s 34,000 polling stations – open since 6am when Maduro cast the first vote – had been due to close at 6pm. But as darkness fell, state broadcaster Telesur announced they would stay open “as long as there are people in line to cast their vote”.

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  • Itu Aba Journal: Island or Rock? Taiwan Defends Its Claim in South China Sea

    China and Taiwan share claims to the South China Sea, but a visit to Taiwan’s “island” shows how they diverge in exercising control. Lire l'article
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  • MP blames Pacific 'failed states' for New Zealand's drug problems

    Tonga spokesman says comments by assistant finance minister border on racism and that his country is not the ‘wild west’

    A New Zealand MP has said the country’s Pacific neighbours are to blame for New Zealand’s worsening drug problems, blaming “failed states” in the region for failing to stop drug smugglers.

    Shane Jones, the assistant finance minister, has earned a reputation in his six months in government for his blunt and often controversial rhetoric.

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  • Trump Grappling With Risks of Proceeding With North Korea Meeting

    President Trump was surprised and angered by a statement issued by the North’s chief nuclear negotiator, who declared that the country would not swap its nuclear weapons capability for economic aid. Lire l'article
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  • The Right Way to Fix the Prisons

    What Congress could learn from Donald Trump’s moment of empathy on criminal justice. Lire l'article
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  • Motability needs a new road map for managing finances, MPs say

    Top executives are paid too much and company reserves are too high, report says

    MPs have called for an overhaul of the management of the Motability car leasing scheme for disabled drivers after concerns were raised over its “totally unacceptable” pay for top executives.

    Two select committees – Treasure and work and pensions – say the £1.7m earned by the scheme’s chief executive, Mike Betts, in 2017 was unjustifiable at a monopoly provider effectively sustained by public money.

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  • Venezuela elections: Nicolás Maduro wins second term

    Main rivals both declare poll, which was boycotted by the opposition, illegitimate due to alleged widespread irregularities

    Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro has shrugged off international condemnation and allegations of vote buying and electoral fraud to claim a second six-year term at the helm of his crisis-stricken nation.

    Addressing crowds of supporters outside the presidential palace in Caracas on Sunday night, Maduro hailed the “impeccable electoral process” that had returned him to power with 67.7% of the vote.

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  • Maduro se reelige como presidente con una abstención récord y en medio de denuncias de fraude

    La participación se sitúa en el 46%, según el CNE, y el principal aspirante opositor, Henri Falcón, desconoce los resultados Lire l'article
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  • Kelly Clarkson, a Gun Owner, Urges Action at Billboard Music Awards

    Ms. Clarkson, a Texas native, opted to call for a moment of action, rather than a moment of silence, in response to the shooting at Santa Fe High School. Lire l'article
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  • La Reina Letizia llega a Santo Domingo al comienzo de su viaje de cooperación

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  • Dios gobierna el aborto en Iowa

    Este estado ha aprobado la norma más radical contra los derechos reproductivos en medio siglo de historia en EE UU, impugnada ahora en los tribunales Lire l'article
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  • Interior declara la guerra a los narcos y enviará más medios al Estrecho

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  • Brexit blamed for dramatic fall in UK business registrations

    Collapse is mirrored by tumble in direct foreign investment into Britain of 90%

    Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has sparked a dramatic fall in the number of French, Dutch and Belgian businesses registering in the UK, in a further illustration of Brexit’s impact on the UK economy.

    Figures from Companies House show that French companies registered 48% fewer businesses in the UK in 2016-17 than the previous financial year while companies in Belgium registered 38% fewer. Companies in the Netherlands, which is probably the worst affected by Brexit of Britain’s trading partners, registered 52% fewer companies last year than in 2015-16.

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  • Review: A Rising Star Takes Her Turn, as the Met Turns the Page on Levine

    The conductor Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla led the ensemble at Carnegie Hall a few hours after the Met filed a lawsuit against its former music director, James Levine. Lire l'article
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  • Maduro Wins Venezuela Election Amid Widespread Disillusionment

    Nicolás Maduro won a second term as president of Venezuela, in a contest that critics said was heavily rigged in his favor and which many voters shunned. Lire l'article
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  • Mueller Hopes to Wrap Up Obstruction Inquiry Into Trump by Sept. 1, Giuliani Says

    Mr. Giuliani sought to make the case that a longer timeline for that aspect of the Russia investigation would hurt Republicans in the midterm elections. Lire l'article
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  • Man Intentionally Plowed Vehicle Into a Restaurant, Killing His Daughter, Police Say

    The crash in North Carolina killed two people, including the daughter, who was a sheriff’s deputy, the police said. Several others were injured. Lire l'article
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  • Don’t Put That in My Heart Until You’re Sure It Really Works

    We need more evidence before medical devices are approved, not less. Lire l'article
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