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Marine Le Pen, charged for the alleged diversion of funds from the European parliament

Marine Le Pen, charged for the alleged diversion of funds from the European parliament The leader of the National Front, Marine Le Pen, has been charged in connection with ongoing investigations into the alleged diversion of public funds from the European Parliament to pay party workers, according to judicial sources quoted by media Gauls. Read full article about Marine Le Pen, charged for the alleged diversion of funds from the European parliament
Updated: 2017-06-30 15:10:01

The German Parliament votes in favor of gay marriage

The German Parliament votes in favor of gay marriage Germany's parliament approved on Friday a legislative reform to legalize same-sex marriage, after years of stagnation that has passed this week by the easing of the stance of Chancellor Angela Merkel. Read full article about The German Parliament votes in favor of gay marriage
Updated: 2017-06-30 07:28:46

Trump numerous criticisms by personal insults directed at a television

Trump numerous criticisms by personal insults directed at a television The US president, Donald Trump, has insulted Thursday at a television describing it as "crazy" in a new attack via Twitter that has drawn criticism, including some of his fellow Republicans. Read full article about Trump numerous criticisms by personal insults directed at a television
Updated: 2017-06-29 19:15:06

Iraq's prime minister declares "the end" of the "false" 'Caliphate' after taking the Al Nuri Mosul

Iraq's prime minister declares "the end" of the "false" 'Caliphate' after taking the Al Nuri Mosul Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al Abadi, said Thursday "the end" of the 'Caliphate' who had proclaimed the terrorist group Islamic State Iraqi forces after recovering the Al Nuri Mosul. Read full article about Iraq's prime minister declares "the end" of the "false" 'Caliphate' after taking the Al Nuri Mosul
Updated: 2017-06-29 14:26:51

Trump numerous criticisms by personal insults directed at a television

Trump numerous criticisms by personal insults directed at a television The US president, Donald Trump, has insulted Thursday at a television describing it as "crazy" in a new attack via Twitter that has drawn criticism, including some of his fellow Republicans. Read full article about Trump numerous criticisms by personal insults directed at a television
Updated: 2017-06-29 19:15:06

Iraqi Prime Minister Al Abadi declares "the end" of the "false" 'Caliphate' after taking the Al Nuri Mosul

Iraqi Prime Minister Al Abadi declares "the end" of the "false" 'Caliphate' after taking the Al Nuri Mosul Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al Abadi, said Thursday "the end" of the 'Caliphate' who had proclaimed the terrorist group Islamic State Iraqi forces after recovering the Al Nuri Mosul. Read full article about Iraqi Prime Minister Al Abadi declares "the end" of the "false" 'Caliphate' after taking the Al Nuri Mosul
Updated: 2017-06-29 14:26:51

FDS manage to complete the encirclement of Islamic State in Raqqa

FDS manage to complete the encirclement of Islamic State in Raqqa The Syrian Democratic Forces (FS), which backed the US have managed to completely surround the city of Raqqa, a stronghold of the terrorist group Islamic State in Syria, after closing the last exit to the south, as reported Thursday the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Read full article about FDS manage to complete the encirclement of Islamic State in Raqqa
Updated: 2017-06-29 14:39:04

Trump's international reputation sinks US

Trump's international reputation sinks US The rise of Donald Trump White House has plunged the international reputation of the United States, due to political controversies of the new president, who have diluted the "Obama effect" and have returned popularity ratings of American power levels Bush was, according to the annual ranki... Read full article about Trump's international reputation sinks US
Updated: 2017-06-29 14:03:43

40 people arrested in a protest against Trump bill to repeal 'Obamacare'

40 people arrested in a protest against Trump bill to repeal 'Obamacare' A total of 40 people were arrested Wednesday for participating in a series of sit-ins outside the Capitol to protest the bill introduced by Republicans to repeal health reform Barack Obama --conocida as 'Obamacare' - and posed, among other things, a drastic cut in the Medicaid program, as re... Read full article about 40 people arrested in a protest against Trump bill to repeal 'Obamacare'
Updated: 2017-06-29 01:27:33

Trump and Putin will be "in any case" during the summit of G-20 in Hamburg

Trump and Putin will be "in any case" during the summit of G-20 in Hamburg Presidents of the United States and Russia, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, respectively, coincide in the G20 summit to be held next week, which will allow them to know "in any case", whether or not formal meeting. Read full article about Trump and Putin will be "in any case" during the summit of G-20 in Hamburg
Updated: 2017-06-29 14:39:19

Spain is the third country in NATO that less GDP spent on defense in 2017

Spain is the third country in NATO that less GDP spent on defense in 2017 Spain is the third country in NATO lowest percentage of its gross domestic product (GDP) devoted to defense spending in 2017, 0.92% against a target agreed to allocate at least 2%, just ahead of Belgium ( 0.91%) and Luxembourg (0.44%) despite the increase in planned spending real terms, according to... Read full article about Spain is the third country in NATO that less GDP spent on defense in 2017
Updated: 2017-06-29 13:55:23

Study shows lack of funds aimed at investigating malaria in African countries most affected

Study shows lack of funds aimed at investigating malaria in African countries most affected About a quarter of the countries in sub-Saharan Africa do not receive sufficient funding for malaria research despite being one of the diseases with higher mortality rates in the region, according to a study published Thursday by Britain's University of Southampton. Read full article about Study shows lack of funds aimed at investigating malaria in African countries most affected
Updated: 2017-06-29 15:46:12

Brussels Announces Additional 10.8 million to strengthen countries' response to cyber attacks

Brussels Announces Additional 10.8 million to strengthen countries' response to cyber attacks The European Commission announced Thursday that additional aid of 10.8 million euros for 14 countries of the European Union, among which is Spain, reinforcing its network of national response teams of computer security incidents (CSIRT by its acronym in English). Read full article about Brussels Announces Additional 10.8 million to strengthen countries' response to cyber attacks
Updated: 2017-06-29 15:01:27

Macron talks with Bouteflika to promote the revival of the peace process in Mali

Macron talks with Bouteflika to promote the revival of the peace process in Mali President of France, Emmanuel Macron, spoke Wednesday with his Algerian counterpart, Abdelaziz Buteflika, to try to boost avenues to revive the stalled peace process in Mali, as reported by a Gallic government official. Read full article about Macron talks with Bouteflika to promote the revival of the peace process in Mali
Updated: 2017-06-29 15:32:03

A Russian court convicts five people for the murder of opposition Boris Nemtsov

A Russian court convicts five people for the murder of opposition Boris Nemtsov A Russian court has sentenced five people Thursday for the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, although the setting of the latter argues that research has failed to stop the real 'brains' of the crime, which would still fugitives. Read full article about A Russian court convicts five people for the murder of opposition Boris Nemtsov
Updated: 2017-06-29 15:24:57

Iraqi forces capture Mosul mosque from which his caliphate proclaimed Islamic State

Iraqi forces capture Mosul mosque from which his caliphate proclaimed Islamic State Iraqi forces have captured Thursday the famous Al Nuri mosque in the Old City of Mosul and from which the terrorist group Islamic State proclaimed its 'caliphate' just three years ago, as announced by the Army in a statement. Read full article about Iraqi forces capture Mosul mosque from which his caliphate proclaimed Islamic State
Updated: 2017-06-29 09:04:35

White House confirms that Trump for re-election in 2022

White House confirms that Trump for re-election in 2022 The deputy spokesman of the White House, Sarah Sanders, confirmed Wednesday that the president, Donald Trump, will be presented for re-election in 2020, when the next elections will be held US. Read full article about White House confirms that Trump for re-election in 2022
Updated: 2017-06-29 00:14:14

Venezuela issues an international arrest warrant against the helicopter pilot who attacked the Supreme

Venezuela issues an international arrest warrant against the helicopter pilot who attacked the Supreme The Government of Venezuela has issued an international arrest warrant by the International Criminal Police (Interpol) against Óscar Pérez, the helicopter pilot who yesterday attacked the headquarters of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) and the Ministry Interior in Caracas, as announced Inter... Read full article about Venezuela issues an international arrest warrant against the helicopter pilot who attacked the Supreme
Updated: 2017-06-29 00:40:56

Asks NATO to deploy "several thousand" more troops to "break the deadlock" in Afghanistan

Asks NATO to deploy "several thousand" more troops to "break the deadlock" in Afghanistan Secretary General of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg, has called on allies Thursday to deploy "several thousand" more troops to "break the deadlock" in Afghanistan, as they have claimed military commanders on the ground before the advancing although the insurgency has admitted he does not... Read full article about Asks NATO to deploy "several thousand" more troops to "break the deadlock" in Afghanistan
Updated: 2017-06-29 07:04:11

40 people arrested in a protest against Trump bill to repeal 'Obamacare'

40 people arrested in a protest against Trump bill to repeal 'Obamacare' A total of 40 people were arrested Wednesday for participating in a series of sit-ins outside the Capitol to protest the bill introduced by Republicans to repeal health reform Barack Obama --conocida as 'Obamacare' - and posed, among other things, a drastic cut in the Medicaid program, as re... Read full article about 40 people arrested in a protest against Trump bill to repeal 'Obamacare'
Updated: 2017-06-29 01:27:33

Brazil's president canceled his participation in the G-20 July in Germany after being accused of passive corruption

Brazil's president canceled his participation in the G-20 July in Germany after being accused of passive corruption Brazil's president, Michel Temer, has decided to suspend his trip to Germany and cancel their participation in the G20 Summit to be held on 7 and 8 July in the city of Hamburg in the north. Read full article about Brazil's president canceled his participation in the G-20 July in Germany after being accused of passive corruption
Updated: 2017-06-29 01:09:58

Russia says US words about preparations alleged chemical attack in Syria complicate negotiations

Russia says US words about preparations alleged chemical attack in Syria complicate negotiations The Russian Government has indicated Wednesday that the US warning on alleged preparations for the Syrian army to carry out a chemical attack "complicate the negotiating process" in Iraq. Read full article about Russia says US words about preparations alleged chemical attack in Syria complicate negotiations
Updated: 2017-06-28 23:25:20

Duterte ordered the army to shoot to kill in Marawi even if civilians near

Duterte ordered the army to shoot to kill in Marawi even if civilians near President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the Army members fighting in the city of Marawi against, composed of former members of the guerrilla group Moro National Liberation Front (FMLN) and foreign fighters who shoot Maute group regardless of whether killing civilians nearby. Read full article about Duterte ordered the army to shoot to kill in Marawi even if civilians near
Updated: 2017-06-29 03:06:21

Police rises to 80 dead in Grenfell Tower and says it will take months in the final balance

Police rises to 80 dead in Grenfell Tower and says it will take months in the final balance At least 80 people died in the fire in the Grenfell Tower of London, according to the latest balance offered Wednesday by police who warned that the final figure would not be known until later this year. Read full article about Police rises to 80 dead in Grenfell Tower and says it will take months in the final balance
Updated: 2017-06-28 14:57:47

The 'uribismo' accuses the FARC of plagiarizing his new logo

The 'uribismo' accuses the FARC of plagiarizing his new logo Members of the Democratic Center, the political party of former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe (2002-2010), have accused the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) of plagiarizing their new logo. Read full article about The 'uribismo' accuses the FARC of plagiarizing his new logo
Updated: 2017-06-29 06:51:37

US communicates requirements for citizens from the six countries included in the migration veto

US communicates requirements for citizens from the six countries included in the migration veto The State Department of the United States has informed its network of embassies on Wednesday the criteria that must meet the citizens of the six countries included in the migration veto --Irán, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Donald Yemen-- Trump to acquire a visa to enter the country. Read full article about US communicates requirements for citizens from the six countries included in the migration veto
Updated: 2017-06-29 05:31:01

Found the helicopter used to attack the Supreme Court of Venezuela

Found the helicopter used to attack the Supreme Court of Venezuela The Venezuelan security forces found Wednesday the helicopter pilot Óscar Pérez used the day before to attack the headquarters of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) and the Ministry of Interior, Justice and Peace, which has been described as a "terrorist attack "by the government, whi... Read full article about Found the helicopter used to attack the Supreme Court of Venezuela
Updated: 2017-06-28 21:13:44

Police rises to 80 dead in Grenfell Tower and says it will take months in the final balance

Police rises to 80 dead in Grenfell Tower and says it will take months in the final balance At least 80 people died in the fire in the Grenfell Tower of London, according to the latest balance offered Wednesday by police who warned that the final figure would not be known until later this year. Read full article about Police rises to 80 dead in Grenfell Tower and says it will take months in the final balance
Updated: 2017-06-28 14:57:47

May predicts that it will take a period of transition for the Brexit but will not be unlimited

May predicts that it will take a period of transition for the Brexit but will not be unlimited United Kingdom may require several phases of implementation to soften its exit from the European Union but the transition will not be indefinite, as noted Wednesday British Prime Minister, Theresa May. Read full article about May predicts that it will take a period of transition for the Brexit but will not be unlimited
Updated: 2017-06-28 16:50:57

Italy threatens to close its ports to migrants if the EU does not react

Italy threatens to close its ports to migrants if the EU does not react Italy requires the European Union to assist in the reception of migrants arriving daily to its shores and threatening to close its ports to ships international rescue operating in the Central Mediterranean, as reported by Reuters sources close to the Italian Government. Read full article about Italy threatens to close its ports to migrants if the EU does not react
Updated: 2017-06-28 19:37:43

Israeli forces killed a Palestinian who fired at them during a raid in Hebron

Israeli forces killed a Palestinian who fired at them during a raid in Hebron The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have shot dead on Wednesday a Palestinian young man who opened fire on the agents in the context of a raid to uncover an illegal shipment of weapons in the city of Hebron in the West Bank. Read full article about Israeli forces killed a Palestinian who fired at them during a raid in Hebron
Updated: 2017-06-28 21:28:53

Imputed six people, including police, by the Hillsborough stadium tragedy in 1989

Imputed six people, including police, by the Hillsborough stadium tragedy in 1989 The tax service United Kingdom has submitted criminal charges Wednesday against six people in connection with the tragedy recorded in the Hillsborough football stadium in 1989 in which 96 fans, the worst sporting disaster to date in the country died. Read full article about Imputed six people, including police, by the Hillsborough stadium tragedy in 1989
Updated: 2017-06-28 10:53:20

One soldier dead and another wounded by an attack by the ELN in Norte de Santander (Colombia)

One soldier dead and another wounded by an attack by the ELN in Norte de Santander (Colombia) One soldier died and another was injured because of an attack that guerrillas of the National Liberation Army (ELN) have launched at dawn on Wednesday on a military patrol in a rural area of ​​northern department of Santander, in northern Colombia. Read full article about One soldier dead and another wounded by an attack by the ELN in Norte de Santander (Colombia)
Updated: 2017-06-28 15:48:22

Trump accepts the invitation of Macron and will travel to France on July 14

Trump accepts the invitation of Macron and will travel to France on July 14 US President Donald Trump, has accepted the invitation of his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, and will visit France on July 14 to coincide with Bastille Day, a national holiday in the country, as reported by the White House. Read full article about Trump accepts the invitation of Macron and will travel to France on July 14
Updated: 2017-06-28 15:14:01

US imposes new security measures on flights from abroad to avoid attacks

US imposes new security measures on flights from abroad to avoid attacks Secretary of Homeland Security United States, John Kelly, announced Wednesday that security measures will be strengthened on flights from other countries to avoid extending the ban on using electronic devices on airplanes. Read full article about US imposes new security measures on flights from abroad to avoid attacks
Updated: 2017-06-28 21:41:48

Brussels says the cyber attack did not affect the Community institutions

Brussels says the cyber attack did not affect the Community institutions The European Commission has said that the global cyber attack that took place on Tuesday has not affected the European institutions, but noted that demonstrates the need to raise "awareness" to these threats and "more action" by "all actors involved ". Read full article about Brussels says the cyber attack did not affect the Community institutions
Updated: 2017-06-28 10:58:42

Venezuelan authorities try to give the author of the attack "movie" against the Supreme

Venezuelan authorities try to give the author of the attack "movie" against the Supreme Venezuelan authorities have made Wednesday the first steps to give the pilot Óscar Pérez and the helicopter with the previous day attacked the headquarters of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) and the Ministry of Interior, a "terrorist attack" according the Government, the Bureau of ... Read full article about Venezuelan authorities try to give the author of the attack "movie" against the Supreme
Updated: 2017-06-28 16:59:58

Police rises to 80 dead in Grenfell Tower and says it will take months in the final balance

Police rises to 80 dead in Grenfell Tower and says it will take months in the final balance At least 80 people died in the fire in the Grenfell Tower of London, according to the latest balance offered Wednesday by police who warned that the final figure would not be known until later this year. Read full article about Police rises to 80 dead in Grenfell Tower and says it will take months in the final balance
Updated: 2017-06-28 14:57:47

May predicts that it will take a period of transition for the Brexit but will not be unlimited

May predicts that it will take a period of transition for the Brexit but will not be unlimited United Kingdom may require several phases of implementation to soften its exit from the European Union but the transition will not be indefinite, as noted Wednesday British Prime Minister, Theresa May. Read full article about May predicts that it will take a period of transition for the Brexit but will not be unlimited
Updated: 2017-06-28 16:50:57

Imputed six people, including police, by the Hillsborough stadium tragedy in 1989

Imputed six people, including police, by the Hillsborough stadium tragedy in 1989 The tax service United Kingdom has submitted criminal charges Wednesday against six people in connection with the tragedy recorded in the Hillsborough football stadium in 1989 in which 96 fans, the worst sporting disaster to date in the country died. Read full article about Imputed six people, including police, by the Hillsborough stadium tragedy in 1989
Updated: 2017-06-28 10:53:20

One soldier dead and another wounded by an attack by the ELN in Norte de Santander (Colombia)

One soldier dead and another wounded by an attack by the ELN in Norte de Santander (Colombia) One soldier died and another was injured because of an attack that guerrillas of the National Liberation Army (ELN) have launched at dawn on Wednesday on a military patrol in a rural area of ​​northern department of Santander, in northern Colombia. Read full article about One soldier dead and another wounded by an attack by the ELN in Norte de Santander (Colombia)
Updated: 2017-06-28 15:48:22

Trump accepts the invitation of Macron and will travel to France on July 14

Trump accepts the invitation of Macron and will travel to France on July 14 US President Donald Trump, has accepted the invitation of his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, and will visit France on July 14 to coincide with Bastille Day, a national holiday in the country, as reported by the White House. Read full article about Trump accepts the invitation of Macron and will travel to France on July 14
Updated: 2017-06-28 15:14:01

Brussels says the cyber attack did not affect the Community institutions

Brussels says the cyber attack did not affect the Community institutions The European Commission has said that the global cyber attack that took place on Tuesday has not affected the European institutions, but noted that demonstrates the need to raise "awareness" to these threats and "more action" by "all actors involved ". Read full article about Brussels says the cyber attack did not affect the Community institutions
Updated: 2017-06-28 10:58:42

Iraqi Armed Islamic State dispossess two quarters of the Old City of Mosul

Iraqi Armed Islamic State dispossess two quarters of the Old City of Mosul Iraqi Armed Forces reported Wednesday that they have taken the terrorist group Islamic State two quarters of the Old City of Mosul, the largest city in northern Iraq and the second city in the country. Read full article about Iraqi Armed Islamic State dispossess two quarters of the Old City of Mosul
Updated: 2017-06-28 03:27:21

Pyongyang calls for the implementation of the South Korean expresidenta for conspiring to kill Kim Jong Un

Pyongyang calls for the implementation of the South Korean expresidenta for conspiring to kill Kim Jong Un The North Korean regime has requested the extradition of former president Park Geun-hye South Korean and his intelligence chief, Lee Byung Ho, to run for an alleged plot to assassinate North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un. Read full article about Pyongyang calls for the implementation of the South Korean expresidenta for conspiring to kill Kim Jong Un
Updated: 2017-06-28 13:42:29

Mattis says the US warning has avoided another chemical attack in Syria

Mattis says the US warning has avoided another chemical attack in Syria Defense Secretary US Jim Mattis, said Wednesday that the warning made by the White House on preparations for the Syrian government supposed to carry out an attack with chemical weapons have managed to stop it. Read full article about Mattis says the US warning has avoided another chemical attack in Syria
Updated: 2017-06-28 17:35:09

Maduro denounced a "terrorist attack" from a helicopter of the police against the TSJ

Maduro denounced a "terrorist attack" from a helicopter of the police against the TSJ The president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro denounced Tuesday what he described as a "terrorist attack" carried out from a helicopter on the headquarters of the Supreme Tribunal of Justice (TSJ) in the capital, Caracas, and has blamed an armed group financed by the Venezuelan opposition. Read full article about Maduro denounced a "terrorist attack" from a helicopter of the police against the TSJ
Updated: 2017-06-28 00:50:40

A new massive cyberattack affects companies and institutions from various European countries

A new massive cyberattack affects companies and institutions from various European countries Companies and institutions in several European countries, mainly Ukraine, have denounced Tuesday that have been victims of a cyber attack in which they would have used a similar 'ransomware' program that hit mid-May to hundreds of systems around the world . Read full article about A new massive cyberattack affects companies and institutions from various European countries
Updated: 2017-06-27 15:00:24

Sturgeon paralyzes his plans for a second referendum in Scotland waiting for the Brexit

Sturgeon paralyzes his plans for a second referendum in Scotland waiting for the Brexit Senior Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, announced Tuesday that it will "restart" their plans to convene one second independence referendum and paralyze these works, rejected by the Government of Theresa May, pending the conclusion of the process Brexit . Read full article about Sturgeon paralyzes his plans for a second referendum in Scotland waiting for the Brexit
Updated: 2017-06-27 14:18:33

The Dutch justice responsible for the 'blue helmets' the fate of 300 Muslims from Srebrenica

The Dutch justice responsible for the 'blue helmets' the fate of 300 Muslims from Srebrenica A court in the Netherlands has blamed peacekeepers Netherlands responsible for ensuring the safety of Bosniaks in the Muslim enclave of Srebrenica during the Bosnian war of the massacre they suffered at the hands of Bosnian Serb troops. Read full article about The Dutch justice responsible for the 'blue helmets' the fate of 300 Muslims from Srebrenica
Updated: 2017-06-27 09:29:56