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Millions of unnacounted euros are found in the Vatican

Several hundred million euros unaccounted appeared in the accounts of the various ministries of the Vatican, revealed the Australian Cardinal George Pell, who heads the new Secretariat of Economy of Pope Francis. “We’ve found that the (financial) situation (of the...
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Grandson 116 of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo was found in Argentina

The Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo in Argentina reported this Friday they recovered the grandson number 116, son of a couple still listed as missing during the military dictatorship (1976-1983). The National Commission for the Right to Identity (CONADI), which belongs to the...
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Philippines evacuates its inhabitants by the arrival of Typhoon Hagupit

Millions of people in the Philippines began to seek refuge in churches, schools and other improvised shelters this Friday, while the powerful typhoon Hagupit is approaching the country. It is feared that the hurricane, the strongest that will cross the archipelago in Southeast...
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Fabricio Correa could not visit Galo Lara

Fabricio Correa, elder brother of President Rafael Correa indicated that his intention of visiting Galo Lara, who is being held at the Center for Social Rehabilitation of Latacunga, was a “gesture of gratitude.” Lara is currently serving a sentence of 10 years in...
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IESS would be ready to affiliate housewives since April

The President of the Board of the Ecuadorian Institute of Social Security (IESS for its Spanish acronym), Hugo Villacrés, said that from April of 2015, the IESS would be ready to enroll housewives.  Villacrés said that from April to December of 2015 they expect t...
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US: Protests over killings of African Americans at the hands of the police continue

New York and other American cities were the scene of demonstrations yesterday evening to denounce police impunity in several cases of deaths of African Americans, which has raised the racial tensions in the country. For the second consecutive night, several thousand New Yorkers,...
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Arizona Policeman kills unarmed African-American man

A policeman killed an unarmed African-American man in Arizona (south), who was previously arrested under suspicion of selling drugs, as reported by the Phoenix police yesterday in a statement. According to the police report, the African-American, 34, Rumain Brisbon, tried to...
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Correa proposed to change the statutes of UNASUR

President Rafael Correa raised yesterday to his counterparts in the Union of South American Nations (Unasur for its Spanish acronym) a change of the statutes due to the lack of consensus to adopt some initiatives of economic and financial integration. “Certainly, it is...
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Peña Nieto urges Mexico to overcome the “pain” for the missing students

The Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, visited the state of Guerrero for the first time and advocated to overcome the “pain” that generated the presumed slaughter of 43 students in September, and to revive tourism in Acapulco, hit by protests. “The Government...
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South Africans remember Mandela at the anniversary of his death

Today marks one year after the death of Nelson Mandela, former South African President and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, who became an icon of the struggle against apartheid. On this day, the South Africans remember him with prayers, marches and even cricket. “Our...
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