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Germany asks USA explanations for spying

Germany yesterday demanded to United States explanation on an alleged German double agent working for Washington,which could cause further tensions between the two allies. The information on this allegued double agent arises months after the revelation that the U.S. intelligence...
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Reformed Church approves gay marriage in Great Britain

The United Reformed Church, protestant Calvinist and with over 90,000 believers in Britain became the first country´s conventional church to authorize marriage between persons of the same sex. After a meeting of its General Assembly, held in Cardiff, the religious delegates were...
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State Bank will continue granting loans to Municipalities

The Government’s announcement on the revision of subsidies to municipalities will not affect the credits granted by the Bank of the State to local governments. Manager Verónica Gallardo said that assignments that correspond to the autonomous governments will not be affected...
Posted On 07 Jul 2014
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Cell phones without charge will be prohibited in some flights to the U.S.

The Transportation Security Administration of the United States will forbid the entry of cell phones and electronic devices on planes with destiny to America in some foreign airports if these items are not charged. The new measure is aimed for strengtheni...
Posted On 07 Jul 2014
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Djokovic won Wimbledon tournament and is number one in the ATP ranking

Novak Djokovic regained the status of best player in the ATP circuit, with the conquest of Wimbledon, dethroning Spanish Rafael Nadal from the top ranking. Djokovic defeated Roger Federer 6-7 (7/9), 6-4, 7-6 (7-4), 5-7, 6-4 on the Central Court at the All England Club and won his...
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California made its first market of outdoor marijuana

The first outdoor market of marijuana in the U.S. culminated yesterday in Los Angeles (California), with a “big seller” and a great public acceptance, among whom were many patients, said the organizers. The event gathered about 50 growers who offered fresh produce at...
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Water Law creates six entities for control of the resource

According to the Water Resources Law, at least six organisms would have the total control of the water. These are the National Water Secretariat (Senagua for its Spanish acronym), which serves as Unique Water Authority; the Agency for Regulation and Control of Water (ARCA for its...
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Argentinian Delegation travels to New York to deal with debt

An Argentinian delegation will meet today for the first time in New York with attorney Daniel Pollack, designated as mediator by Judge Thomas Griesa in the conflict of the vulture funds, which litigated against Argentina and obtained favorable rulings. “The Argentinian...
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Supercom fines daily Hoy for lack of transparency

The Supercom yesterday imposed a fine for the daily Hoy for violating Article 90 of the Communications Law. Which indicates that the media should specify the number of copies put in circulation, as a transparency measure. The fine imposed by the institution is $ 57,800 and shall...
Posted On 07 Jul 2014
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Dalai Lama turns 79 and makes a call for peace

On the occasion of his 79th birthday, last Sunday in northern India, the Dalai Lama gave a speech to thousands of followers in which he admonished the Buddhists of Sri Lanka and Burma to end violence against Muslims, something he considers an unacceptable act. “I urge the...
Posted On 07 Jul 2014
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