Tag: USA

Barack Obama returns to public life Monday

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His first public appearance after leaving the White House will be at an event in the city of Chicago on April 24.

Jeff Sessions insists campaign against “sanctuary cities”

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In visit to the border with Mexico, the Attorney general of U.S. tightens the “sanctuary cities” with ultimatum

Nature magazine supports global March of scientists against Trump

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The renowned scientific journal Nature joins the support to the progress of this Saturday against Trump.

The world will run Saturday for the science and against Trump

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This Saturday at the International Earth Day in defense of science and against President Donald Trump will be mobilized researchers and scientific organizations in more than 500 cities in the world. 

Erdogan says that Obama lured him with the case of the PKK party

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The Turkish President expected that US President Donald Trump respects the agreements on the opposition parties to his Government. 
 

Pence: U.S. rules out negotiating, for now, with Kim Jong – an

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United States Vice President Mike Pence, said that his country calls for the cessation of nuclear-weapons program established by North Korea.

Mexico accepts Tomás Yarrington to be extradited to U.S.

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The Attorney general of Mexico, Raúl Cervantes, and the Attorney general of the United States, Jeff Sessions, agreed to the extradition of Tomás Yarrington to us soil, where you can get up to two sentences.

Venezuela to USA: the world is concerned about attacks in Syria and Afghanistan

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The Venezuelan Foreign Minister responded to Rex Tillerson, who said he was “concerned” by Venezuela, which the bombardments against other nations are real reasons for concern.

More than 20 killed in Syria by US airstrike

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Several children and women are among the victims of the airstrike perpetrated this Monday night.

More and more Americans suffer from psychological disorders

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The researchers analyzed Federal statistics from 2006 to 2014 and concluded that 3.4 percent of the U.S. population, more than 8.3 million people, suffer from serious psychological disorders.