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Tens of thousands of protesters asking for the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro flooded the streets again, one day after three people were killed and hundreds arrested in the biggest anti-government demonstrations in years. Auto production in Venezuela has almost ground to a halt amid the country's economic collapse. Maduro claimed that Movistar has sent millions of messages to its users to promote the anti-government protests that have rocked Venezuela in recent weeks.
  • Paris police shot on Champs-Elysees; IS group claims attack

    Paris police shot on Champs-Elysees; IS group claims attack

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    The Champs Elysees has been cordoned off as have three central Paris metro stations - George V, Champs-Elysees Clemenceau and Franklin Roosevelt. She said he appeared to act alone. It was unclear if that man was the attacker or linked to the shooting. The French interior ministry said it was too early to judge the reason behind the attack, but a counter-terrorism inquiry has been opened.
  • Foreign visitors shouldn't take USA jobs

    Foreign visitors shouldn't take USA jobs

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    The executive order specifically targets the H-1B visa program, which allows 85,000 foreign workers into the United States each year to take specific high-skilled jobs with USA companies. The executive order calls for a 220-day review period by agency heads to figure out where they can make the changes necessary to comply, so there will be no change to existing rules for several months.
  • Turchia, l'incredibile storia di Gabriele Del Grande

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    Dopo essersi laureato a Bologna in Studi Orientali , i suoi interessi si rivolgono principalmente alle varie vicende legate ai migranti. In piazza anche il consigliere regionale del Pd Stefano Baccelli secondo il quale è "doveroso, necessario e inevitabile mantenere altissima l'attenzione, mobilitarsi in ogni modo e far sentire la massima vicinanza a lui e a tutta la sua famiglia, in queste ore terribili di angoscia".
  • Palestinian inmates in Israeli jails launch hunger strike

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    The strike could also heighten Israeli-Palestinian tensions at a time of renewed US attempts to restart stalled peace negotiations. Israeli authorities have arrested about one million Palestinians since 1948 and the subsequent occupation of the West Bank, East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip in 1967.
  • Pirondini: candidato sindaco M5S sono io. Cassimatis: anche io

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    Non ci siamo mai fermati, in campagna elettorale ci sono tante cose che non si vedono, ma vi assicuro che stiamo lavorando H24. Non riguarda me decidere come procedere rispetto alla decisione. La risposta di Grillo è diventato un caso su cui è intervenuto anche il Gruppo cronisti della Liguria che, stigmatizzando il comportamento di Grillo ribadisce "l'importanza del diritto di cronaca e la libertà di informazione, difendendo il diritto-dovere dei cronisti di fare domande e raccontare".
  • May gets the go-ahead for 'snap' United Kingdom election

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    The House of Commons voted by 522 to 13 to hold a general election on June 8 - plunging Britain back into political uncertainty just weeks before the start of negotiations on leaving the European Union. May has said a successful election for her would be a vote of confidence in her government's key objectives of establishing more control over the UK's laws, finances and borders.
  • Pence, on U.S. carrier, pledges to defend Asia

    Pence, on U.S. carrier, pledges to defend Asia

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    The Pacific Command statement said the Carl Vinson canceled a scheduled visit to Australia after leaving Singapore on April 8, but completed a shortened training exercise off northwestern Australia before heading north. has given way to an "age of cooperation". U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday he doesn't expect the U.S.to hold direct negotiations with North Korea any time soon.
  • Snap Beats Facebook to Geofilter Patent (SNAP, FB)

    Snap Beats Facebook to Geofilter Patent (SNAP, FB)

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    In 2011, the company launched a key feature, called Geofilters or Location Filters, which allows a user to tag and filter photos based on geographical location. The specific nature of the patent covered server-side filters, meaning the filter was coming from the server instead of from inside the app, which means the app itself doesn't have to be updated every time there is a new Geo-photo filter to push.
  • A year after Prince's death, another turn for The Revolution

    A year after Prince's death, another turn for The Revolution

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    There are many ways that Prince's fans can take part in the celebrations, whether they want to spend a lot of money or have very little to spend during the four days of events. - The purple pilgrimage is shuttling people to Paisley Park by the bus load from across the United States and close to 30 countries around the world.
  • Yechury meets Sonia, discusses presidential election

    Yechury meets Sonia, discusses presidential election

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    The meeting followed a discussion between Gandhi and Bihar chief minister and Janata Dal (United) or JD (U) president Nitish Kumar on the issue on Thursday, people aware of the matter said. The Congress should take the lead and there should be a consensus candidate. The Bihar CM first met INLD chied Om Prakash Chautala in the morning later he drove 10 Janpath to meet Sonia's residence although there was no official confirmation over on the on any names to be upheld for the presidential ...
  • Opportunism knocked: Nicola Sturgeon attacks Theresa May's election U-turn

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    After debating the motion put forward by May in Parliament, 522 of the 650 sitting MPs threw their support behind the early election, well and truly passing the threshold of two-thirds needed to approve the plan. Answering questions after her speech, Mrs May was asked whether older people can expect to see their pensions continue to rise if she wins the election as they have done so far under Conservative-led administrations.