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Masacre Brasil

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Circula en la red, posible relación de esta masacre con las caidas de las redes sociales, ¿creen que sea cierto?
Existen dos videos, 1 es de la camara de seguridad, dicho video se recupero, y el otro es de los sobrevivientes, del cual se sospecha de la omisión de este, por parte de redes provocando la caída de sus servicios transferencia de archivos, debido a dichi video, era muy gráfico y se podia ver a detalle los cadáveres.

¿creen qué es asi, o solo coincidencia?

Ilhan Omar: Obama’s a ‘pretty face’ who got ‘away with murder’

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Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar ripped former President Barack Obama in an interview published Friday, belittling his “pretty face” and saying his agenda of hope and change was an illusion.
Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar ripped former President Barack Obama in an interview published Friday, belittling his “pretty face” and saying his agenda of hope and change was an illusion.

She cited the “caging of kids” at the Mexican border and the “droning of countries around the world” on Obama’s watch — and argued that he wasn’t much different from President Trump

“We can’t be only upset with Trump,” the freshman firebrand told Politico Magazine.


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WH official: US, China in 'final weeks' of trade talks.

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US and China are nearing a trade agreement that would end the trade war between the US and China. However no specific time frame can be foreseen at the current moment.

Both sides hope that a deal can be met soon, however US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer emphasizes that there are still major issues to be addressed first, thus both sides are not sure if they are in the final weeks of reaching a deal.

Part of the deal involves the US lifting tariffs from Chinese imports if it were to violate any parts of the deal. Tariffs are the biggest thing China fears in trade with the US.

President Trump emphasizes that a deal with China will be reached soon.
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If you're considering not having kids because of global warming, then please don't; IQ is hereditary

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" Anti-natalism," or the radically utilitarian opposition to having children, has broken into the mainstream thanks to everybody's favorite economist, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y.

In an Instagram livestream from her luxury Navy Yard apartment, the new Democratic #FreshFace entertained the ethics of having children in light of climate change. (Remember: " like, the world is gonna end in 12 years" if we fail to pass a nonbinding resolution, including a federal jobs guarantee, to combat greenhouse gas emissions.)

"There’s scientific consensus that the lives of children are going to be very difficult," Ocasio-Cortez said. And it does lead young people to the legitimate question: Is it okay to still have children? We had time when I was born, but — tick-tock — nothing got done. As the youngest member of Congress, I wish we didn’t have 12 years. It’s our lungs that are going to get choked with wildfire smoke."

I'm going to preface this with what ought to preface every policy discussion about the matter: despite the president's trolling on Twitter, few serious people deny that anthropogenic climate change is both happening and will incur long-term environmental damage if not dealt with in the near future.

What most conservatives contest is the notion that it's going to kill us all in 12 years and whether we have to nationalize a third of the American economy to fight it. I'm more than willing to entertain the argument that we need to spend more on expanding nuclear power or strong-arming countries with much larger carbon footprints into decreasing their emissions. But no serious person actually believes that the planet will become literally unlivable in the next decade and a half. ("Wildfire smoke" indeed.)

Latvian President calls on Europe to unite for protection from Russia

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Europe must be united to avoid a possible Russian attack on one of the European countries. This was stated by the President of Latvia Raymond Veyonis in an interview for Spiegel.

According to the president, since 2014 Russia has been pursuing an aggressive policy to achieve geopolitical goals.

“We are neighbors and share common economic interests, but, on the other hand, we must be vigilant. We need a reliable deterrent to one day Russia did not attack another European country as it attacked Ukraine. Europe must be united, ”said Vejonis.
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Black Lawmakers hold marijuana legalization hostage until they get paid off, politically

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Black lawmakers and activists are blocking a push to legalize recreational marijuana in New York, warning that Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s proposal could perpetuate the racial inequality that it purports to fight.

The lawmakers — including some of legalization’s most vocal supporters — say that unless people of color are guaranteed a share of the potentially $3 billion industry, in the form of job training, adult education and licenses in the industry itself, there may be no legalization this year.
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ICE, caravan trade fire along Mexican border, killing 11

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A Mexican official says ICE officers opened fire across the Mexican border at an immigrant "caravan," killing 9 men and 2 women. ICE maintains the caravan members were armed and had fired on border patrol officers.
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That Moment When A Seventh-grader Won't Retreat.

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A seventh-grade Atlanta girl at a play rehearsal left everyone speechless when she burst out into a tirade accusing Israel of mistreating the people of Gaza. Teachers, parents, and fellow students alike were shocked by the way antisemitism had twisted this young girl's mind.
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