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Ebola: isolation of Spanish nurse finishes

The Spanish nurse Teresa Romero, who is recovering fromthe Ebola infection was transferred to a regular room after withdrawing her from an isolation unit of the hospital Carlos III de Madrid. Romero tested positive for Ebola on October 6, but was declared free of the virus two...
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Nearly 2,000 dead in Syrian prisons according to Human Rights Observatory

Nearly 2,000 people died in 10 months in prisons and detention centers of Syrian intelligence services, where more than 200,000 prisoners are crammed, an NGO affirmed on Sunday. According to the Syrian Observatory of Human Rights (OSDH), between January 1 and October 31, 2014,...
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Chief negotiator states that the FARC will leave arms if peace agreement materializes

  The chief negotiator of the Government of Colombia in dialogues with FARC, Humberto de la Calle, said today that the surrender of arms by the guerrillas if a final agreement is reached “is an imperative” for that there is not “armed peace.”...
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Pre-legislative consultation will depend on the CAL

The Administrative Board of the Legislature (CAL for its Spanish acronym) will determine whether the Organic Law on Cooperation and Coordination between systems of indigenous and ordinary justice are subjected to pre-legislative consultation before being approved on second...
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CNE prepares to appoint new Citizen Council

The plenary of the National Electoral Council (CNE) enlists the new regulations to appoint the seven new members of the Board of Citizen Participation and Social Control (CPC). On March 18, 2015, seven members shall leave office in compliance with the Constitution and the Law of...
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Pacific Alliance and Mercosur talk about a possible integration

Chancellors of the Mercosur countries and the Pacific Alliance met this Saturday in Cartagena, Colombia, in order to evaluate the possible alliances that they could reach. “The bottom line is that we will keep talking,” said after the meeting the Argentine Foreign...
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NGO denounces effects of spraying on border with Colombia

The Interagency Committee Against Fumigation (CIF), an Ecuadorian organization that monitors the environmental situation on the border with Colombia, said yesterday it received a complaint by the presence of odors from chemicals used in aerial spraying drug executed on the...
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President of Argentina is hospitalized for infectious fever

The president of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez, was admitted to a hospital in Buenos Aires for an “infectious fever,” said last night the Presidency. The entry to the hospital would have occurred on Sunday afternoon. Fernández “has an infectious fever, before...
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Pro-Russian separatist leader wins presidential election in Donetsk

The main leader of the largest pro-Russian separatist region of eastern Ukraine, Alexandre Zajarchenko, won a crushing victory in elections on Sunday, according to an exit poll survey released by the local election commission. The Prime Minister of the self-proclaimed...
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Polls indicate that Obama may have to rule with an opposition Congress

Tomorrow elections will take place in United States, the same that could leave President Barack Obama at the prospect of sharing the last two years of his term with an entirely opposition Congress. The polls agree that the opposition Republican Party will have control of the...
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