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Trump Returns with Hardline Position on Illegal Immigration

Trump Returns with Hardline Position on Illegal Immigration

He poured forth an hourlong harangue against all things alien, highlighting the lurid crimes of a handful of illegal immigrants as if to define the character of millions. "I was very clear - in private and in public - in stressing that in Mexico we feel offended and hurt by his pronouncements about Mexicans", Pena Nieto wrote in a piece in the newspaper El Universal on Thursday entitled "Why did I meet Donald Trump? ".



Erdogan, Putin to meet during G20 Summit in China

The 11 students - some of whom were wearing official Eton school ties - were pictured shaking hands with Putin and sitting around a table with him in Moscow last week. The details of how the Eton College students managed to pull off this coup remains a mystery. The boys didn't appear to have signed any confidentiality agreements barring them from discussing the meeting - as they have been gushing about it since on social media.



Guardiola urged me to stay at City and fight - Nasri

Prior to his exit, Nasri's future had been the subject of some debate, with Guardiola having claimed that the playmaker had returned to pre-season training " overweight ". "I am very excited and I hope to do my best". He said: "Last year was hard for me both on and off the field but the time I was injured helped me to step back and reflect".



USGS: Strong magnitude-7.1 quake off New Zealand coast

But the U.S. National Tsunami Warning Center and the Chilean Navy said there was no danger of a tsunami on the Pacific coasts of the Americas. The tsunami warning was lifted for the Upper South Island. Sirens were sounding in Auckland, New Zealand. Residents of Tologa Bay were asked to evacuate after the 7.1 quake struck just 169km north-east of Gisborne.



Apple says several billion dollars set aside for U.S. taxes

Two subsidiaries of Apple that is based in Ireland called Apple Operations Europe and Apple Sales International paid over most of their profits to a certain head office. The ruling is the highest profile move yet in the European battle to make global companies pay what authorities consider their fair share of EU taxes.


SWIFT discloses more cyber thefts, pressures banks on security

SWIFT discloses more cyber thefts, pressures banks on security

Those attackers managed to exploit weak local security procedures to pocket at least $81 million (£57m) from its account located at the Federal Reserve Bank of NY. Hackers breached the bank's normal IT network used for day-to-day operations, searched for the SWIFT system, collected SWIFT credentials from bank employees, and then attempted to move money out of the bank's accounts to their own.