sexta-feira, 8 de abril de 2016

THE WASHINGTON POST-Some 200 delegates could make or break a Trump nomination

REUTERS NEWS-Belgians nab key suspects in Paris, Brussels attacks

BBC NEWS-Key Paris attacks suspect arrested

VIETNAM NEWS-Hà Nội – Hải Phòng Expressway blocked deliberately: Official

JAPAN TODAY NEWS-All six SDF jet crew members confirmed dead after crash

Wiadomości - Polska, polityka, świat - Komisja Macierewicza nawet nie zaczęła badań, a już ma nowe wnioski. "Rekord świata w kompromitacji"

LE MONDE-FRANCE-« Panama papers », le récap’, épisode 6 : de l’art et de l’offshore

BRASIL NEWS-Discussão do impeachment em comissão deve durar 30 horas

OGLOBO-BRASIL-BAY BAY LULA VEJA AQUI-Janot muda parecer e pede que Supremo anule posse de Lula


Campaign  2016
If Trump arrives at the July convention just shy of the 1,237 delegates required to secure the nomination outright, unbound delegates could decide to push him over the top — or force a contested convention.
In a year when the drama has mostly been on the Republican side, it made great political theater. And it gave Bill Clinton another unforgettable “Sister Souljah Moment.”
Offshore experts said they doubt that many prominent U.S. citizens will turn up in the data, but Americans continue to hide vast sums of money in tax havens and are becoming increasingly sophisticated.
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The Golden State Warriors star has revolutionized playmaking with his airy imagination, but as his accomplishments grow, so do the demands placed on him.
Unnatural Causes
Sick and Dying in Small-Town America
Since the turn of this century, death rates have risen for whites in midlife, particularly women. Beginning with an alcohol-related tragedy, The Post explores this trend and the forces driving it.

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Elon Musk's company made several unsuccessful attempts to place an unmanned rocket on a floating platform, a milestone that it says could help lower the cost of spaceflight.
Mohamed Abrini was the subject of a massive manhunt since last November’s rampage in Paris, which killed 130 people in a plot believed to be linked to the Islamic State.
Robert O'Neill was a member of SEAL Team 6. He was found sleeping in a parked car, then failed sobriety tests, police in Montana said.
In a long-awaited document on family life, Francis offered no concrete changes in church laws but appeared to leave open the important question of whether divorced and remarried Catholics could take Holy Communion.
Meechaiel Criner was charged with first-degree murder in the killing of Haruka Weiser, whose body was found Tuesday in a creek on campus.
In an apology to fans, the rock legend said, "This is a time for me and the band to show solidarity for those freedom fighters." His announcement came as other businesses and groups have criticized the law.
In a single moment one evening in Iraq, a blast at a youth soccer game took the lives of 29 boys who had gathered to share a simple joy in their grim lives. Weeks later, the entire village is still in shock.
As tributes to the country legend continue to roll in, one anecdote keeps coming up: That time Haggard was an inmate at San Quentin and saw the Man in Black perform one of his famous prison concerts.

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