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Erdogan anuncia una misteriosa noticia que dispara las empresas de energía y la lira turca

Siete empresas del sector energético de Turquía han visto revalorizadas este miércoles sus acciones en la Bolsa de Estambul entre un 8% y un 10%, después de que el presidente turco, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, anunciara "una buena noticia" sin especificar, que prometió divulgar el viernes próximo. Leer
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Celine Dion to star in a new romance film featuring her music
Celine Dion is set to star in a new movie about the power of love.
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Trump campaigns at rain-soaked Michigan rally
President Donald Trump has started a busy day of campaigning with a cold, rain-soaked rally in Lansing, Michigan. (Oct. 27)       
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Tropical destinations perfect for an elopement or micro wedding
A micro wedding can have macro impact if you are exchanging vows in tropical splendor. These are our picks for out-of-this-world nuptials.
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Where to Find Every Ultra Beast in 'Pokémon Sword and Shield' Crown Tundra DLC
Trainers will need to complete three missions to unlock this new quest.
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Kim Kardashian facing twitter backlash for tone-deaf birthday posts
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Zeta to regain strength, make landfall as a Category 1 hurricane outside New Orleans
Tropical Storm Zeta weakened after making landfall in Mexico Monday, and forecasters said it could regain strength as it makes its way toward Louisiana later this week.
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Keith Raniere, NXIVM Leader and ‘The Vow’ Subject, Gets 120 Years in Prison
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Colin Hanks and Others Aren't Impressed With Kim Kardashian West's Maskless Birthday Trip
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Former 'Daily Show' host Jon Stewart sets TV return with Apple TV+ show
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'Radium Girls' fight to protect workers
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Donald Trump’s Company Charged the Government $3 to Serve Him a Glass of Water
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NXIVM founder Keith Raniere sentenced to 120 years in prison
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Watch what scientists found at new Australian reef
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NXIVM Leader Keith Raniere Sentenced to 120 Years in Prison Following Sex Trafficking Conviction
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First lady Melania Trump campaigns in Pennsylvania, talks about COVID recovery
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Police shooting victim says cops let boyfriend die
A Black woman who was shot by police last week in suburban Chicago said Tuesday that officers did nothing more than cover her boyfriend with a blanket after he was shot and left him on the ground to die. (Oct. 27)       
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Wisconsin-Nebraska is in jeopardy. Badgers' coronavirus positivity rate close to forcing a shutdown
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Study: Air Pollution Contributes To 500,000 Newborn Deaths A Year
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Melania Trump slashes Dems, media in speech at first solo 2020 rally in Pennsylvania
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Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf on election security
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Chrissy Teigen pens essay on pregnancy loss, explains why she asked John Legend to take photos
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Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton’s sweetest PDA through the years
After five years, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton are engaged.
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Dallas Cowboys trade DE Everson Griffen to Detroit Lions, per report
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Could COVID-19 bring an end to traditional Black Friday holiday shopping?
The busiest shopping day of the year has been waning for a while, but did the COVID-19 pandemic finally bring it to an end?       
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Everything you need to know about Keith Raniere and the NXIVM 'sex cult'
With NXIVM leader Keith Raniere sentenced to 120 years in prison Tuesday, take a look back at past coverage of the 'sex cult,' its members and its victims.
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Melania Trump calls Biden a ‘socialist’ as she hits campaign trail for husband
First lady Melania Trump labeled Democratic nominee Joe Biden a “socialist” and challenged his lengthy record in politics as she hit the campaign trail for her husband on Tuesday after a year-long absence. With early voting in full swing and one week until Election Day, the first lady made her 2020 race debut with a...
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World Series 2020 Game 6 Live Stream: Time, Channel, How To Watch Dodgers Vs. Rays Live
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NXIVM Cult Leader Sentenced To 120 Years In Prison
Keith Raniere, 60, was convicted last year of sex trafficking, human trafficking and racketeering for his role at the head of the cult. "He robbed me of my youth,'' a victim recounted on Tuesday.
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Scaramucci blasts Trump's rhetoric and handling of COVID, says president 'has a screw loose'
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More than 200,000 without power as 'nightmare' autumn ice storm tears through Oklahoma
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NYC adding hours to early voting sites amid hours-long lines
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Barack Obama: Joe Biden Will 'Promote Human Rights' in Cuba
Former President Barack Obama told voters in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday that his former deputy, Joe Biden, will "promote human rights" in Cuba -- despite supporting the normalization of relations with Cuba in 2014, which yielded no such improvement.
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What Time Will’The Craft: Legacy’ Be On Demand?
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Deaf mom explains impact of face masks on communicating in ASL
Shae Osborne Crook says face masks have had a "negative impact" on her and her kids, who are also Deaf, because they cover the mouth, which is an "important feature" of communicating in American Sign Language.
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Wisdom of the elders comes with an eye toward improving the future
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Exclusive -- Kimberly Guilfoyle: Gov. DeSantis an 'Invaluable' Asset to Help Keep Florida Red in November
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Northam can remove Lee statue in Richmond, judge rules
But the judge halted the governor from removing it immediately, giving the group trying to save the statue time to appeal.
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'Dude, I'm Done': When Politics Tears Families And Friendships Apart
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Nancy Pelosi suggests packing the Supreme Court and District Courts
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Video shows SUV plow into state highway worker, drive off with him on hood
Wild footage shows an SUV driver plowing into a state highway worker — then taking him for a ride on the hood. The clip, posted by the state Department of Transportation on Twitter Monday, shows the Highway Emergency Local Patrol worker trying to direct traffic at the scene of a crash on Palisades Parkway in Hudson...
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Protesters square off with police in Philadelphia
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U.S. sprinter Christian Coleman draws two-year ban, will miss Tokyo Olympics
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Barrett joins Supreme Court ahead of politically charged legal fights
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Burger King Japan reveals 'Fake Burger' ingredients
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Alabama voters will decide whether to remove racist language about segregated schools and interracial marriage from the state constitution
This year, it's up to Alabama voters to decide whether to remove sections about segregated schools and interracial marriage from the state constitution. Past attempts at removing the language have failed.
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Education Department Scrapped Tool for Defrauded Students to Recoup Money and Lied About it: Documents
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