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Now, the president will embark on his big trip carrying the baggage of dire troubles at home - fallout from his firing of FBI Director James Comey, and the appointment of a special counsel to probe the president's campaign ties with Russian Federation.
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    Now, Maduro hopes a revised constitution will spell an end to the unrest, which he sees as a plot hatched by enemies both domestic and overseas to undermine his government. Chavez's changes, encapsulated in his little "Blue Book", extended presidential terms, consolidated the two houses of congress into a single body, expanded the branches of power from three to five, and let Chavez call immediate across-the-board elections.
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    The two men were then expected to have a bilateral meeting. "It's nearly always true that when a president goes on a big foreign trip, especially one that has some important summits. Billboards featuring the image of Trump and the king dotted the highways of Riyadh and lights bathed Trump's luxury hotel in red, white and blue lights and, at times, an image of the president's face.
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    Treasurer Scott Morrison said the lenders could afford to pay, and the cash would help with budget fix and a raft of spending on infrastructure, health and schools. "They have done it because they think banks are an easy target", she said. A hostile Senate blocked several key planks of that Budget. Following a move last month to tighten visas and hike fees for temporary foreign workers, the government has imposed a tax of up to A$5,000 per worker on employers who hire foreigners.
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    Guilfoyle is the ex-wife of former San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom; after the pair separated in 2005, she became involved in television, eventually landing her current spot on Fox's The Five . On Sunday, reports emerged that Trump was considering an overhaul of the White House staff. "I'm not sure he knows the answer to that yet". "You have to be somebody who he really wants to spend a little bit of time with", she says.
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    A far scattare l'allarme, alcune amichette preoccupate per i suoi comportamenti e, negli ultimissimi giorni, anche per l'annuncio di volersi gettare dall'ottavo piano. La sfida si svolge in 50 giorni nei quali i giocatori, quasi tutti giovanissimi adescati sui social network, devono sottoporsi a 50 prove sempre più dure.
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    This comes just hours before US President Donald Trump is about to begin his worldwide trip to Saudi Arabia where he is going to meet with more than 37 Arab and Muslim leaders, seeking to form a new alliance to fight what they [Gulf Arab leaders] call “Iranian expansion in the region”, and also struggle against terrorism.
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    Then there's the US government, whose Windows hacking tools were leaked to the internet and got into the hands of cybercriminals. 'An equivalent scenario with conventional weapons would be the United States military having some of its Tomahawk missiles stolen'.
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    Microsoft did issue patches for the vulnerabilities before the attacks took place, but not everyone downloaded them. WannaCry demands users pay $300 to essentially get their computer - and data - back from being held hostage. "We can surely expect more". Some victims were using computers that run on Windows XP, a 16-year-old operating system. "T$3 his attack provides yet another example of why the stockpiling of vulnerabilities by governments is such a problem".