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|May Day rally in Los Angeles features strong anti-Trump theme|
Hundreds of people marched through Los Angeles on Sunday in a May Day rally that took aim at Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump for his anti-illegal immigration platform that includes building a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico. The demonstration in America's second most populous city, which has a large immigrant population, came just days after protesters smashed the window of a police car and blocked traffic outside a Trump campaign event in Costa Mesa, California, 40 miles (64 km) southeast of Los Angeles. On Friday, demonstrators blocked the entrance of a hotel hosting the California Republican convention in Burlingame, south of San Francisco, forcing Trump to halt his motorcade and go through a back entrance to deliver his speech.
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|Five years after bin Laden killing, CIA chief eyes IS head|
US special forces killed Al-Qaeda founder bin Laden in Pakistan on May 2, 2011. As his agency live-tweeted the events as they unfolded five years ago, the CIA director warned that Al-Qaeda remained a threat and that IS was not just an organization but a phenomenon. "We have destroyed a large part of Al-Qaeda.
|Trade unions hold rallies to mark May Day; clashes|
|First US-to-Cuba cruise ship in decades sets sail|
The first US cruise ship bound for Cuba in half a century set sail from Florida on Sunday, marking a new milestone in the rapprochement between Washington and Havana. The Adonia, a vessel from the Carnival cruise's Fathom line, raised its anchors and departed from Miami, the heart of the Cuban diaspora in the United States, around 4:00 pm (2000 GMT). The ship -- with 700 passengers aboard -- is scheduled to glide into the port of Havana on Monday, its first stop on the communist-run island.
|U.S. threatens to block easing of EU car exports in TTIP talks, media report|
The United States is threatening to prevent the easing of export controls on European cars in order to force Europe to buy more U.S. agricultural products, Germany's Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper and ARD public broadcaster reported on Sunday. In talks on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a sweeping U.S.-European free trade deal, the United States has also blocked a European call to replace private arbitration tribunals, responsible for corporative lawsuits, with a public state model, the reports said. The media outlets said they obtained 240 pages of internal negotiations documents from the environment group Greenpeace.
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