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ICC Orders Arrest of Gaddafi, Son, and Brother in Law

The judges of the International Criminal Court (ICC) ordered today the arrest of libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, his second son, Saif al Islam, and his brother in law Abdullah al Senusi, who is also head of military intelligence regime. The arrest of the three Libyan leaders is...
Posted On 27 Jun 2011
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Shakira shows her belly and confirmed not being pregnant

According to the publication in levante-emv.com, Colombian singer Shakira confirmed not to be expecting a baby with her boyfriend, Spanish soccer player, Gerard Piqué. At a concert in Germany, the singer denied her pregnancy showing her belly to her fans, explaining that the...
Posted On 27 Jun 2011
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Thalía Celebrated the Homecoming of her Second Child

Joy returns to Mexican singer Thalia after losing her mother several weeks ago. Her second son, Alejandro Matteo, was born yesterday as a result of the love between the singer of “Equivocada” and the businessman Tommy Mottola. The couple conceived their first child,...
Posted On 27 Jun 2011
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Paulina Rubio cause public disorder in Miami

After crashing a car in Little Havana Cuban neighborhood in Miami, Mexican singer Paulina Rubio revolted against the police of this city, refusing to get off her car and accusing them of abuse. According to the police, the pop singer was charged for disobeying police...
Posted On 27 Jun 2011
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Remains of Atahualpa Mummified Might Be in Cotopaxi

For the inhabitants of the parish Chugchilán, in the province of Cotopaxi – Ecuador-, the Inca ruins where the remains of the last Inca emperor Atahualpa would have been, are still unknown according to a hypothesis by Tamara Estupiñán, an Ecuadorian researcher who discovered the...
Posted On 27 Jun 2011
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An Asteroid Will Pass Nearby The Earth Tomorrow

Scientists say an asteroid the size of two buses will pass at 12,000 miles distance from Earth tomorrow morning (01:00 GMT), however, there is no threat risk. The 2011 MD asteroid is too small to be seen with the human eye, it can only be seen with the help of powerful telescopes...
Posted On 27 Jun 2011
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The Brazilian Graziano Promised a “New era” at the Head of the FAO

At a conference in Rome, the new director the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, Jose Graziano da Silva, said that the agency begins a “new era” that fights hunger in the world. The Brazilian, who was elected on Sunday as the FAO director...
Posted On 27 Jun 2011
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River Plate Stadium is Closed after Riots

The Monumental stadium of River Plate was closed for at least 24 hours after the riots of last Sunday due to the descent of the team to the Second Soccer Division of Argentina. The closing of the building was made to investigate if the board of the sport club authorized the...
Posted On 27 Jun 2011
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France Develops a New Plan to Aid Greece

French President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Monday that France was working with private lenders on a new rescue plan for debt-ridden Greece that will be proposed to its European partners. “We have worked very hard, the finance ministry has worked very hard with the banks and...
Posted On 27 Jun 2011
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IAEA Chief Will Visit South America

The South American tour of Yukiya Amano (Japan), director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will begin today. During 12 days, Amano  will visit Peru, Chile, Ecuador, Colombia and Argentina and is scheduled to meet with the presidents Sebastian Pinera...
Posted On 27 Jun 2011
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