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Trudeau wants new relationship with Indigenous people to be his legacy as PM

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump frequently credits himself with accomplishing more for the military and veterans than any other president in recent memory. But he has yet to embark on what has long been a traditional presidential pilgrimage important to the military: a visit to troops deployed in a war zone.

As he departed Tuesday for Florida to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday at his private club in Palm Beach, Trump said he’d soon correct the oversight.

“I’m going to a war zone,” he said in response to a reporter’s question about his support for the troops.

He did not say when he would be making the trip or where he planned to go. An official said a White House team recently returned from beginning to plan for such a visit.



Cuba, uno de los países del mundo con el acceso más restringido y controlado a internet, ofrecerá a partir del jueves a sus habitantes la oportunidad de conectarse desde un teléfono móvil, pero a tasas altas para la población.

“A partir del día 6 de diciembre iniciamos el servicio de internet desde los móviles”, dijo Mayra Arevich, presidenta de la compañía estatal de telecomunicaciones Etecsa, a la televisión.

Etecsa había realizado varias pruebas de 3G en los últimos meses, pero la prueba final, a principios de septiembre y que ofrecía acceso gratuito durante 72 horas a 1,5 millones de usuarios, concluyó por “dificultades de conexión y congestión” de los servicios de voz y datos, debido a la “inestabilidad” de parte de la red, según la empresa.



Bush funeral to hark back to ‘kinder, gentler’ era in U.S. politics

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Former President George H.W. Bush’s full life and decades of public service will be celebrated on Wednesday at a funeral expected to be a remembrance of an era that many Americans recall as a time of less contentious politics.

An unusual bipartisan spirit will be on display at the service at the Washington National Cathedral, starting at 11 a.m. (1600 GMT), with both Republican and Democratic politicians gathering to hail the life of a president who called for a “kinder, gentler” nation.

Bush, the 41st U.S. president, died last week aged 94.

“You’ll see a lot of joy,” said Ron Kaufman, who was George H.W. Bush’s White House political director in his unsuccessful re-election campaign in 1992. “It’ll show the way of life that people took for granted in many ways and now kind of long for.”