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Moon wants to reform South Korea's economy, specifically the "family-run conglomerates ... which dominate the domestic economy", BBC reported . Moon, viewed as a "clean" candidate by many voters, narrowly lost to Park in 2012. After voting, Hong said the election was a "war of regime choices between people, whether they decide to accept a North Korea-sympathizing leftist government or a government that can protect the liberty of the Republic of Korea", South Korea's formal name.
  • Trump preparing certified letter attesting to no Russia ties

    Trump preparing certified letter attesting to no Russia ties

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    The announcement that Trump had retained a lawyer to deal with the Russia probe came just hours before the news broke that he'd fired FBI Director James Comey, who was leading an investigation into the administration's Russian ties. The White House kept Flynn on staff for 18 days before he was ultimately dismissed by Trump, raising questions about why the then-national security adviser continued to hold such a high-profile position despite the concerns from Yates.
  • Grits, NDP Neck-and-Neck in BC

    Grits, NDP Neck-and-Neck in BC

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    These results exclude the 16% of British Columbians who are undecided or express no preference. "Most people will vote to keep the status quo in place, especially in the face of rising protectionism south of the border". "The more important aspect when it comes to housing is confidence", said Homsy. Homsy says there's unlikely to be much difference between a Liberal or NDP win for the province's finances.
  • Queen Elizabeth II's Husband Prince Philip Is Retiring from Royal Duties

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    In a statement issued by Downing Street, Mrs May said: "From his steadfast support for Her Majesty the Queen to his inspirational Duke of Edinburgh Awards and his patronage of hundreds of charities and good causes, his contribution to our United Kingdom, the Commonwealth and the wider world will be of huge benefit to us all for years to come".
  • Russia-backed safe zones deal restores relative calm to Syria

    Russia-backed safe zones deal restores relative calm to Syria

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    But a US State Department spokesman later said the agreement, which the United States did not sign, does not "preclude anyone from going after terrorists wherever they may be in Syria ". "The regime will be committed to the deal because the Russians are the guarantor, so if the Russians said no bombing, the regime will stop". Fighting between Syrian rebel and government forces eased on Saturday as a Russian-led effort to shore up a ceasefire took effect, although battles continued on an ...
  • SEGA Teases Vanquish PC Port, This Time With Twitter

    SEGA Teases Vanquish PC Port, This Time With Twitter

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    If they were to release a PC port, it would probably mean some time later this year. However, it looks like something relative to the series is in the works, as publisher Sega has been teasing fans with imagery from the series. It also has a "2017" in the top corner. The publisher has already publicly said it wants to do that. Since then, there has been another hint at Vanquish coming to PC, as fans who have been playing the PC version of Bayonetta have discovered an avatar of Sam Gideon, ...
  • Protestors wary, European Union triumphant over Macron victory

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    All 577 seats in the National Assembly are up for grabs. Despite his convincing win, Macron must now pull together a majority of lawmakers for his year-old political movement to run in the mid-June legislative election. Slovak President Andrej Kiska, along with Prime Minister Robert Fico, Foreign Affair Minister Miroslav Lajčák and others welcomed the election of centrist Emmanuel Marcon, as president of France, following a contest against the right-wing National Front's, Marine Le Pen.
  • Backed Drug War Makes Mexico Second Deadliest Country in 2016

    Backed Drug War Makes Mexico Second Deadliest Country in 2016

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    Washington provided further annual drug war aid to Mexico through the Merida Initiative since. Mexico is the second-most deadly conflict zone on the globe, according to a new study. Jacob Parakilas, assistant head of the USA and the Americas Programme at London-based think tank Chatham House, told CNN that he thinks it's because the conflict in Mexico is not a war "in the political sense of the word".
  • Axelrod Slams Hillary: Stop Making Excuses for Election Loss, 'Move On'

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    After the discovery of Clinton's emails, the FBI opened an investigation into whether Weiner and Huma Abedin had mishandled classified information in Clinton's emails. "Concealment, in my view, would have been catastrophic", he said, noting he knew the decision would be "disastrous for me personally". The persistent questions from senators, and Comey's testimony, made clear that the Federal Bureau of Investigation director's decisions of last summer and fall continue to roil national politics.
  • Cosa è successo nel sito nucleare Usa

    Cosa è successo nel sito nucleare Usa

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    Centinaia gli operai presenti al momento del crollo del tunnel di Hanford , a cui in seguito è stato raccomandato di " non bere né mangiare ". Altri operai, invece, stanno provvedendo alla " ventilazione nella struttura ". Il Dipartimento dell'energia americana ha detto che ha attivato il suo protocollo di emergenza . Da una prima ricostruzione sembra che il crollo sia avvenuto in prossimità del congiungimento delle due gallerie, poco più di due metri sottoterra.