Archive For January 31, 2017

Donald Tusk: ‘Unpredictable’ Trump is a threat to the EU

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European Union chief Donald Tusk hit out today at “worrying” statements by the administration of Donald Trump, saying Washington’s new stance was among a series of “threats”, along with China, Russia and radical Islam. In the letter to European Union heads of state and government ahead of a summit on Friday, Tusk also warned member…

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Presume diputado involucrado en venta de medicamentos falsos foto con José Narro

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Presume diputado involucrado en venta de medicamentos falsos foto con José Narro

El funcionario subrayó que en las investigaciones que realizan funcionarios de salud en Veracruz “hemos encontrado desconfianza y duda en la población, que lástima mucho a las instituciones y a los niños, porque ahora los padres dudan de llevarlos a las instituciones de salud para que sean atendidos”. “Hasta la fecha no hemos encontrado alguna…

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Euro Zone GDP Increases, Unemployment Drops

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Euro Zone GDP Increases, Unemployment Drops

GDP has marked growth in both the Euro zone and the EU as a whole. But inflation has registered a dramatic increase. The economy of the Euro zone continues to grow, albeit more slowly than before, showed Eurostat data. According to Eurostat, the volume of GDP of the 19 member-states of the currency union grew…

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A Federal Judge Blocked Donald Trump’s Executive Order Banning Refugees

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A Federal Judge Blocked Donald Trump’s Executive Order Banning Refugees

Iran will ban Americans from entering the country after President Trump signed an executive order barring people from several Muslim-majority countries including Iran from traveling to the U.S., Reuters reported Saturday. Here’s what we know about the order, who it may impact and more. Mr. Trump’s four-month ban on refugees from these predominantly Muslim nations…

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Calgary police to explain updated policy on officer-involved vehicle shootings at CPC meeting

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Calgary police to explain updated policy on officer-involved vehicle shootings at CPC meeting

The Calgary Police Service is presenting an updated policy on protocols when it comes to officers shooting at suspect vehicles.Calgary Police Commission (CPC) spokesperson Lori DeLuca said the CPS will be presenting the rationale behind the changes to the CPC at the public police commission meeting Tuesday afternoon. Story continues below Related New Calgary Police Association president…

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Rumbo a Culiacán los Criollos para la Serie del Caribe

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Rumbo a Culiacán los Criollos para la Serie del Caribe

Sergio Romo y Oliver Pérez encabezan la lista de los refuerzos de Águilas de Mexicali para representar a México en la Serie del Caribe, tras derrotar en el sexto juego de la final de la Liga Mexicana del Pacífico a Los Cañeros de los Mochis por pizarra de 16 carreras a uno. El cuadro cubano…

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Alberta’s Keystone Excavating Ltd. shutting down after 35 years

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Alberta’s Keystone Excavating Ltd. shutting down after 35 years

Keystone Excavating Ltd. has announced it is closing its doors, saying it can’t continue to provide the same quality of work “within the macro business environment in Alberta.”“The macro business environment has everything to do with gratuitous government policy, increasing cost of doing business in Alberta, and lack of consumer and investor confidence,” the company…

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Apple iPhone sales beat estimates

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Apple iPhone sales beat estimates

REUTERS: Apple Inc reported a bigger-than-expected rise in iPhone sales for the holiday quarter but forecast current-quarter revenue below estimates as customers hold back on phone upgrades in anticipation of the launch of the 10th-anniversary iPhone.Apple sold 78.29 million iPhones in the first quarter ended Dec. 31, up from 74.78 million last year, marking the…

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BC man pleads guilty in 2005 death of 2-year-old boy in Calgary

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BC man pleads guilty in 2005 death of 2-year-old boy in Calgary

A British Columbia man has pleaded guilty in the case of a two-year-old boy who died in Calgary over 10 years ago.Ryan John Podhorodecki has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2005 death of Blake Harvey.READ MORE: Bail granted for man accused in 2005 Calgary toddler death Ryan John Podhorodecki of Kelowna, British Columbia Global News At the…

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Some Jewish Community Centers Told to Evacuate Amid More Reports of Threats

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Some Jewish Community Centers Told to Evacuate Amid More Reports of Threats

A bomb threat was called into the Jewish Community Center in Whitefish Bay, according to police. In an email to members, JCC President and CEO Mark Shapiro said there was a “safe and calm full evacuation of our facilities” and the building is closed. Another threat has been called in to the JCC in Albany,…

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