• Trump, niente stipendio da 400mila dollari.Per lui solo un dollaro all'anno

    Trump, niente stipendio da 400mila dollari.Per lui solo un dollaro all'anno

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    L'inquilino numero 45 della Casa Bianca ha deciso di rinunciare allo stipendio da 400 mila dollari previsto per la più alta carica degli USA . Lo fara', ha detto, "al momento opportuno". Nell'intervista Trump ha anche annunciato che alla Corte costituzionale nominerà giudici 'pro vita' e 'pro secondo emendamento' (quello sul diritto all'autodifesa con le armi).
  • Latino businesses in Arizona watching Mexico peso closely

    Latino businesses in Arizona watching Mexico peso closely

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    They worry that Trump's plans to build a wall along the border, throw out undocumented immigrants and renegotiate trade agreements will damage the country's economy. "If farmers don't have some hesitation on President Trump's trade policy, then they should", said Patrick Pfingsten, director of agriculture at the Corydon Group.
  • Concerns about Trump loom over Obama's final foreign tour

    Concerns about Trump loom over Obama's final foreign tour

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    He said there was surprise in Greece, as elsewhere, about Trump's victory, but added: "Everybody would be expecting the US government is going to continue to be on our side". Obama said he was "encouraged" by the wide-ranging conversation the pair had, adding that it's important "we call come together" to face the challenges America faces.
  • Australia will transfer refugees to U.S. after Trump takes office

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    An official statement issued by the Prime Minister's office Sunday notes that priority for resettlement will be given to "those who are most vulnerable, namely women, children and families". Mr Turnbull would not say how many refugees would be resettled but stressed the United States would not exceed its refugee intake quota. "Some people detained on Manus Island and Nauru have family in Australia, and the government has to date offered no hope for reunification", he added.
  • Standing Rock protest points to similar issues for other tribes

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    They want to harness the momentum that's kept the Dakota Access Pipeline demonstration in the headlines, and use it to highlight environmental issues closer to home. (CST) telling them a caravan of between 130 and 150 cars, each carrying three to four people, left the protest camps and headed north to the city of Mandan where equipment is located.
  • Wildfire near Lake Lure forces road closures

    Wildfire near Lake Lure forces road closures

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    The North Carolina Forest Service asked Park officials to close the, although current forest fires are not affecting Chimney Rock at Chimney Rock State Park. Division of Parks and Recreation says the following state parks are closed starting Friday: Gorges, New River, Mount Mitchell, Elk Knob, Lake James and the Mount Jefferson State Natural Area.
  • Man killed in Earlwood in a suspected targeted shooting

    Man killed in Earlwood in a suspected targeted shooting

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    Mr Barbaro, 35, was found with gunshot wounds on a footpath at Larkhall Avenue about 9.40pm on Monday and was unable to be revived, the ABC has reported. Police are examining a Mercedes at the scene believed to be linked to the murder - and a burned out Audi found at Concord believed to have been used by the killers.
  • Russia's Moldovan victory is far from complete

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    In Moldova, a country wedged between Ukraine and Romania that is considered the poorest in Europe, Igor Dodon took 52.3 per cent of votes on Sunday to beat pro-EU former World Bank economist Maia Sandu on 47.7 per cent. The Moldovan president represents the country overseas, sets foreign policy and appoints judges, but needs parliamentary approval for major decisions.