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03/09/2019 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Estados Unidos - El tirador de Texas fue despedido de su trabajo horas antes de cometer la masacre
Donald Trump dijo que el autor del tiroteo que tuvo lugar el sábado en Texas estaba enfermo, pero niega que una mayor verificación en los antecedentes de quienes compran armas habría evitado el suceso.
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13/08/2019 | Frente Externo
Rusia condecora a los cinco científicos que murieron tras la explosión de un misil la semana pasada
Moscú - El fallo, ocurrido durante un ensayo balístico, provocó un pico de la radiactividad en una localidad cercana.
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07/08/2019 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Costa Rica and Panama Arrest Dozens on Suspicion of People Smuggling
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica — Costa Rican and Panamanian officials on Tuesday arrested nearly 50 people linked to an international network suspected of smuggling migrants from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean through Central America and toward the United States, prosecutors said.
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21/11/2018 | Economía y Finanzas
Philippine Senators Ask Duterte to Disclose China Energy Plan
MANILA—Philippine opposition senators have demanded President Rodrigo Duterte reveal details of joint energy exploration plans with China, warning such a deal risked affirming Chinese territorial claims that are not recognized under international law.
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17/11/2018 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Corea del Norte - Kim Jong Un visita sitio de ensayos armamentístico e inspecciona nueva arma ¨táctica¨
La agencia de noticias KCNA aseguró que esta arma podría proteger a Corea del Norte como una suerte de "muro de acero".
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12/11/2018 | Economía y Finanzas
Economía global: ¿Es solo una vacilación en el crecimiento o el principio del fin?
Por ahora, pocos economistas predicen una recesión mundial, ya que la economía de Estados Unidos sigue liderando con fuerza, y la mayoría ve incluso la posibilidad de un rebote, tal vez en 2020. Pero los riesgos se están inclinando hacia un resultado más negativo.
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01/11/2018 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Centroamérica, ¿la nueva finca del narcotráfico?
Cárteles colombianos y mexicanos ya usan a Centroamérica como punto de trasbordo de la droga sudamericana con destino a Estados Unidos y Europa, algo que ha aumentado el poderío de las pandillas, conocidas como maras, que se dedican a la venta de drogas.
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29/10/2018 | Frente Externo
EEUU- ¿Cómo los republicanos están usando la inmigración en EE.UU. para movilizar a los votantes?
Para mantener el control del Congreso, los candidatos republicanos siguen el ejemplo de Trump y usan la retórica contra los inmigrantes como una táctica para motivar a los votantes.
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29/09/2018 | Frente Externo
Principales hitos de la demanda de Bolivia contra Chile por salida al mar en corte internacional
La Corte Internacional de Justicia de La Haya (CIJ) informará el lunes su decisión sobre la demanda de Bolivia que busca obligar a Chile a negociar una salida soberana al mar.
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17/09/2018 | En Profundidad
Francia - Frejus: Convoca Le Pen a alianza ultraderechista en Europa
Marine Le Pen, líder del de la extrema derecha francesa, llama a los partidos populistas europeos a unir fuerzas de cara a las elecciones del Parlamento Europeo de 2019.
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02/09/2018 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Security - Iran Moves Missiles to Iraq in Warning to Enemies
PARIS/BAGHDAD—Iran has given ballistic missiles to Shi’ite proxies in Iraq and is developing the capacity to build more there to deter attacks on its interests in the Middle East and to give it the means to hit regional foes, Iranian, Iraqi and Western sources said.
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02/09/2018 | Frente Externo
Minoría étnica - Ginebra: La ONU pide a China que libere a los uigures de los ¨campos de reeducación¨ mientras que el país niega su existencia
Las acusaciones comenzaron cuando un panel de derechos humanos de las Naciones Unidas dijo haber recibido informes creíbles de la situación de esta minoría étnica.China niega la existencia de estos campos.
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31/08/2018 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - TV journalist, second man shot dead in Mexico's Cancun resort
MEXICO CITY - A news cameraman and another man were found shot dead in the Mexican resort of Cancun on Wednesday, the local prosecutor’s office said, the latest killing in a country that press advocacy groups call one of the most dangerous in the world for reporters.
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29/08/2018 | Sociedad
Venezuela - Agencia migratoria de la ONU advierte que éxodo venezolano se acerca a momento de crisis
El portavoz de la Organización Internacional para las Migraciones (OIM), Joel Millman, dijo que deben movilizarse fondos y medios para gestionar las salidas de venezolanos, que compara con la situación de refugiados en el Mediterráneo.
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23/08/2018 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Latin America - Third Brazilian soldier dies after massive anti-drug raid in Rio slums
RIO DE JANEIRO - A third Brazilian soldier, wounded in a sweeping operation this week targeting warring drug gangs in slums across Rio de Janeiro, has died, the army said on Wednesday.
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22/08/2018 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Defense - Russia to start delivering S-400 defense system to Turkey in 2019: Ifax
MOSCOW - Russia will begin delivering its advanced S-400 missile defense system to Turkey in 2019, the Interfax news agency cited Russia’s state arms exporter Rosoboronexport as saying on Tuesday.
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18/08/2018 | Frente Externo
Latin America - Ecuador, Peru Tighten Entry Requirements for Venezuelans
QUITO/LIMA — Venezuelans entering Ecuador and Peru will soon be required to show their passports, rather than national identity cards, the Ecuadorean government and Peruvian official sources said Thursday, amid concerns over an influx of economic migrants.
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15/08/2018 | Economía y Finanzas
Venezuela - Venezuela crisis: Maduro to raise fuel prices to combat smuggling
President vows to curb fuel subsidies to prevent reselling in neighbouring countries.
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16/07/2018 | Economía y Finanzas
Venezuela - Países denuncian a Venezuela por presunto robo de fondos de programa alimentario
México, Colombia, Panamá y Estados Unidos presentaron una declaración en la que afirman que el régimen de Maduro emplea esos recursos como arma de control social.
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14/07/2018 | Economía y Finanzas
Global - OCDE: grandes economías emergentes serán las más dañadas si suben los aranceles comerciales
La Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económicos estimó que tarifas de importación en promedio más altas reducirían gradualmente medio punto porcentual el crecimiento real del Producto Interno Bruto (PIB) mundial.
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30/06/2018 | Transparencia
Grupos anticorrupción se preguntan: ''¿Quién está financiando a los candidatos presidenciales de México?''
Los aspirantes dijeron que dependieron casi exclusivamente del dinero de sus partidos, proveniente en su mayoría de fondos públicos, para financiar las campañas. Son unos 634 millones de pesos (US$32,1 millones), según sus declaraciones más recientes enviadas al Instituto Nacional Electoral (INE).
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15/06/2018 | Frente Externo
¿Qué proponen los candidatos a la presidencia de Colombia?
El derechista Iván Duque y el izquierdista Gustavo Petro irán a una segunda vuelta este 17 de junio para decidir quién será el próximo presidente de Colombia, después de que ninguno logró a fines de mayo los votos necesarios para consagrarse en primera ronda.
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24/03/2018 | Economía y Finanzas
Chile - Pequeño regulador chileno se ubica en el foco de batalla global por el litio
La batalla por el litio, que se usa en baterías recargables desde teléfonos hasta autos eléctricos, enfrenta a la Fiscalía Nacional Económica (FNE) con firmas chinas y potencialmente con el nuevo gobierno local, que es favorable a la llegada de una mayor inversión.
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25/02/2018 | Economía y Finanzas
Mèxico - Taxistas tradicionales de México forman alianza con canadiense Nekso para recuperar mercado perdido
El Movimiento Nacional de Taxistas (MNT) dijo en un comunicado que la alianza permitirá a 650.000 taxistas formales de la Ciudad de México y de los 31 estados del país competir en el servicio de transporte.
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28/11/2017 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Germany - Berlin: German domestic spy agency hits out at Silicon Valley
The head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency accused U.S. tech giants like Facebook on Monday of failing to take enough responsibility for content on their sites, undermining democracy by not distinguishing between fact and opinion.
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20/11/2017 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US - Head of U.S. National Counterterrorism Center departing
WASHINGTON - The highly regarded head of the U.S. National Counterterrorism Center, which coordinates intelligence sharing on militant plots, is retiring at the end of the year, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said in a statement on Wednesday.
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16/11/2017 | Economía y Finanzas
¿Techo en la demanda de petróleo? Las petroleras no se creen la amenaza de las energías renovables
Aunque gobiernos y ecologistas prevén que en una generación la demanda de petróleo alcance su techo, los jefes de las principales petroleras del mundo no se creen el argumento de que su negocio tradicional sufra una amenaza inminente.
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17/08/2017 | Economía y Finanzas
Conozca los temas claves en la negociación del TLCAN
Estados Unidos quiere subir el umbral para los bienes bajo el TLCAN en un intento por llevar empleos del sector manufacturero de regreso al país.
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16/08/2017 | Sociedad
Alemania - Políticos alemanes acusan a Trump de trivializar la violencia nazi
Martin Schulz, líder del Partido Socialdemócrata, dijo que se se debe tolerar "las monstruosidades que salen de la boca del presidente"; el ministro de Justicia consideró que nadie "debería trivializar el antisemitismo y el racismo de los neonazis".
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07/05/2017 | Frente Externo
Oriente Medio - Hamas elige a Haniyeh como nuevo líder
El relevo del veterano Barhoum se produce cuando la organización ha suavizado su posición hacia Israel en su último documento político.
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08/04/2017 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Pirates - Somali pirates suspected of hijacking bulk carrier ship - security source
Somali pirates are suspected of hijacking a bulk carrier ship, the head of a maritime security company said on Saturday, the latest in a string of attacks after years of calm.
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16/03/2017 | Frente Externo
¿En qué consiste el recorte presupuestario propuesto por Trump?
La propuesta incluye US$30.000 millones de fondos adicionales para defensa en 2017, principalmente para seguridad fronteriza, según la fuente.
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11/03/2017 | Economía y Finanzas
Grupo de Energía de Bogotá busca concentrarse en activos estratégicos y evalúa compras en la región
El holding -controlado por la alcaldía de la capital del país-invertirá US$530 millones, de los cuales US$171 millones se concentrarán en los proyectos de transmisión de energía en Colombia del GEB y el resto en las filiales en Perú, Brasil y Guatemala.
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28/02/2017 | Economía y Finanzas
¿Qué dijo el secretario general de la OPEP?
Barkindo también dijo que la OPEP seguía siendo optimista de que "lo peor ha pasado" para el mercado de crudo, casi dos meses después del acuerdo de reducción de bombeo del grupo con Rusia y otros productores.
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11/02/2017 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Brazil sends troops to state torn by violence due to police strike
Brazil's president on Monday ordered 200 troops to the southeastern state of Espirito Santo, where a police strike in recent days sparked a wave of violence including what is already believed to be dozens of murders.
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19/01/2017 | Economía y Finanzas
Cuba y EE.UU. firman nuevos acuerdos comerciales antes de que asuma Trump
El republicano Trump, quien asumirá el viernes, se ha pronunciado con un tono hostil y agresivo sobre el deshielo entre ambos países y ha amenazado con poner fin a las relaciones a no ser que La Habana haga más concesiones.
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19/01/2017 | Medio Ambiente
Brasil - BHP, Vale y Samarco fijan plazo para resolver multimillonarias demandas por colapso de represa en Brasil
El objetivo es consolidar y resolver las demandas separadas, incluyendo una demanda civil por US$47.500 millones presentada por los fiscales federales de Brasil el año pasado, dijeron las compañías.
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18/01/2017 | Economía y Finanzas
Análisis: Brasil saldrá de la recesión muy lentamente en 2017
La mayor economía latinoamericana crecería 0,7% este año, de acuerdo con la mediana de 35 proyecciones, dando la vuelta a un declive de dos años que alimentó el caos político y le costó al país su calificación de grado de inversión para la deuda.
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03/01/2017 | En Parrilla
China's CCTV launches global 'soft power' media network to extend influence
China Central Television (CCTV), Beijing's largest and most important TV network, said it will launch a new global media platform at the stroke of New Year's Day to help re-brand China overseas.
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23/12/2016 | Transparencia
Conozca la lista de países en A. Latina en que Odebrecht pagó sobornos para obtener contratos públicos
De acuerdo a la sentencia publicada por una corte federal de EE.UU., entre 2001 y 2016, "Odebrecht realizó e indujo a realizar pagos por un valor aproximado de US$439 millones a partidos políticos extranjeros, funcionarios extranjeros y sus representantes en países ajenos a Brasil".
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07/12/2016 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Saudi court sentences 15 people to death for spying for Iran
Dubai - A Saudi court on Tuesday sentenced 15 people to death for spying for the kingdom's arch-adversary Iran, Saudi-owned media reported, a ruling that could heighten antagonism between the regional powers.
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30/11/2016 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
EE.UU. - El director saliente de la CIA cree sería una “locura” romper el pacto nuclear con Irán
John Brennan cree que esta decisión ayudaría a que Teherán y otras regiones se embarquen en sus propios programas nucleares.
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01/10/2016 | En Parrilla
Turquía cierra 20 canales de radio y televisión en el marco del estado de emergencia
Las autoridades turcas los acusan de estar presuntamente difundiendo «propaganda terrorista»
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13/09/2016 | Economía y Finanzas
¿Qué importancia tiene la política monetaria en el mercado global?
Un mundo con un bajo crecimiento, salarios estancados, activos sobrevalorados y una caída de los retornos previstos se ha asentado, al tiempo que han crecido los votos de protesta de ciudadanos molestos.
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04/09/2016 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Latin America - Peru (Lima): Peru Sentences Ex-Soldiers to Prison for Killing Villagers in 1985
A Peruvian court on Thursday sentenced former army officers and soldiers to prison for killing dozens of peasants in an Andean village 31 years ago during the height of a conflict between the government and Shining Path rebels.
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01/09/2016 | Economía y Finanzas
¿Cuál es el panorama para las monedas de A. Latina?
La mediana de las estimaciones a un año para el real brasileño entre 19 estrategas cambiarios apuntó a 3,45 por dólar, 1,4% más fuerte que en el panorama de agosto. A esa tasa, la moneda se cotizaría solo un 6,4% más débil que a fines del mes pasado.
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30/06/2016 | High Tech
China - Cybersecurity: China moves closer to adopting controversial cybersecurity law
China moved closer on Monday to adopting a controversial cybersecurity law, after parliament held a second reading of the draft rules, which carry significant consequences for domestic and foreign business and threaten greater censorship.
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22/06/2016 | En Parrilla
Colombia - ¿Qué espera el gobierno colombiano para sellar acuerdo con las FARC?
Ambas partes están en la recta final de una negociación de paz que comenzaron a finales del 2012 para poner fin a una guerra armada interna de más de medio siglo que ha dejado unos 220.000 muertos y millones de desplazados.
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06/05/2016 | Transparencia
Panamá interviene Balboa Bank & Trust por investigación de EE.UU. sobre narcotráfico
La Oficina de Control de Activos Extranjeros (OFAC, por su siglas en inglés) del Departamento del Tesoro de Estados Unidos incluyó a Abdul Waked Fares y Ahmed Waked Hatum en la llamada "lista Clinton".
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14/04/2016 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
29 German soldiers have joined ISIS, army may contain dozens of jihadist sympathizers – report
German counter-intelligence believes that at least 29 former soldiers from the country have left to join Islamic State in Syria and Iraq. An internal report also revealed that 65 active soldiers are being investigated for alleged jihadist sympathies.
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10/04/2016 | Transparencia
Money Laundering - Ex-Argentine President Fernandez charged with money laundering: media
Cristina Fernandez, who stepped down as president of Argentina in December after eight years in office, has been charged by a prosecutor with money laundering, local media reported on Saturday.
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13/03/2016 | High Tech
Cofundador de Skype lanza nuevo servicio ultraprivado
Un grupo de ex tecnólogos de Skype, respaldado por el cofundador de la plataforma de mensajería, ha introducido una nueva versión de su propio servicio de mensajes que promete un cifrado completo en todas las conversaciones, incluidas las de video.
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13/03/2016 | Frente Externo
Defiende Merkel su política de refugiados en cierre de campaña
Berlín. Con una encendida defensa de su política de inmigración, la canciller Angela Merkel, se presentó en el último mitin de campaña antes de las elecciones del domingo en tres estados alemanes, que podrían debilitar su posición en las negociaciones con sus socios europeos para contener el flujo migratorio.
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18/02/2016 | En Parrilla
'Zero Days' director says U.S. government secrecy trend 'appalling'
The director of a new documentary outlining U.S. plans for an extensive cyber attack on Iran said on Wednesday he was angry and appalled by the rapidly growing trend towards secrecy in the U.S. government.
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06/02/2016 | Frente Externo
¿Qué proponen los candidatos presidenciales peruanos?
Lo invitamos a conocer las principales propuestas sobre economía, minería y energía, seguridad ciudadana y otras reformas de los rivales que se medirán en el balotaje este domingo 5 de junio.
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03/02/2016 | Transparencia
Venezuela - Ex ministros de Chávez denuncian la malversación de 300.000 millones de dólares en la última década
Héctor Navarro y Jorge Giordani, que formaron parte del equipo económico de Chávez, sostienen que al menos un tercio del billón de dólares obtenido por la renta petrolera se ha desviado a través de importaciones ficticias.
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01/12/2015 | Economía y Finanzas
Conozca las razones que habrían gatillado la renuncia del presidente de Petrobras
El presidente titular de la Junta de Administración de Petrobras, Murilo Ferreira -quien también se desempeña como director ejecutivo de Vale- estaba con licencia de sus funciones desde septiembre de este año.
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15/10/2015 | Economía y Finanzas
Brasil - Acciones de bancos brasileños se hunden por dificultades económicas e impacto de huelga
Analistas de Credit Suisse Securities, Barclays Capital y Deutsche Bank Securities han recortado en los últimos días los precios objetivos de algunos de los mayores bancos de Brasil, por el rápido deterioro de la economía local y las crecientes disputas políticas.
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12/09/2015 | Economía y Finanzas
América Latina - Brasil corre el riesgo concreto de que otra agencia le quite el grado de inversión
Muchos analistas consideran que es cuestión de tiempo antes de que Fitch Ratings o Moody's Investors Service también bajen a Brasil a "basura" o categoría especulativa. Ambas agencias han dicho que no tienen prisa para tomar esa decisión.
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21/06/2015 | Transparencia
Brasil arresta a presidentes de dos grandes constructoras en investigación por Petrobras
Las autoridades policiales no identificaron qué contratistas fueron arrestados, pero los medios brasileños dijeron que se trató de los presidentes de Odebrecht, Marcelo Odebrecht, y de Andrade Gutierrez, Otavio Marques Azevedo.
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15/06/2015 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Inteligencia - Retira Reino Unido espías en ¨países¨ hostiles por filtraciones de Snowden
El Gobierno británico cree que Rusia y China descifraron información altamente clasificada sobre agentes de inteligencia en el exterior.
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13/05/2015 | Economía y Finanzas
EE.UU. - El Senado de EU avanza en ley para pactos comerciales
Los legisladores alcanzaron un acuerdo sobre una medida que permitirá acelerar el TPP; con ello, la Casa Blanca podrá negociar acuerdos comerciales y acelerarlos en el Congreso.
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12/05/2015 | Transparencia
México - Transparencia: Renuncia directivo de OHL México tras escándalo
La firma española OHL dijo que aceptó la renuncia del directivo Pablo Wallentin, uno de los ejecutivos más expuestos en grabaciones divulgadas.
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11/05/2015 | Frente Externo
Chile- ¿Quiénes son los nuevos ministros clave en el gobierno de Michelle Bachelet?
El nuevo ministro de Interior, Jorge Burgos se desempeñaba como ministro de Defensa. Es Abogado de 58 años del partido Democrata Cristiano.
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14/04/2015 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
China to strengthen surveillance, security in anti-terror push
China will establish a national population database linked to ID information and credit records, state media reported late on Monday, as part of a larger push to beef up surveillance and security in response to violent unrest.
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05/04/2015 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Argentina: Britain Spied to Ensure Falklands Security, Report Says
Britain spied on Argentine military and political leaders to ensure the security of the Falkland Islands from 2006 to 2011, an Argentine television channel reported on Friday, citing intelligence documents provided by Edward J. Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor.
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28/03/2015 | Transparencia
Brasil descubre fraude fiscal multimillonario en Ministerio de Finanzas
Hasta ahora, los expertos han detectado decisiones sospechosas que costaron al estado 5.000 millones de reales por concepto de evasión fiscal, y están analizando otros casos que podrían elevar el total a 19.000 millones de reales, indicó la agencia impositiva en un comunicado.
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22/12/2014 | En Parrilla
Russian woes may be boon for Argentina
Freeze in grain exports may open up new markets for the country’s wheat crop Russia’s current economic woes could end up benefiting Argentina with an increase in both grain exports and the price of commodities, which have steeply dropped over the past few months, as a result of Moscow’s decision to pull back from international grain markets to cool domestic prices.
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20/11/2014 | Economía y Finanzas
¿Por qué el escándalo de Petrobras y las constructoras es mala noticia para la economía brasileña?
Odebrecht, Camargo Correa, Mendes Junior, OAS y Queiroz Galvao, todas empresas citadas en las investigaciones de la policía federal, son nombres comunes para las ofertas de infraestructura brasileña, industria vista por el gobierno y el sector privado como un salvavidas para la inversión.
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09/09/2014 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
INSIGHT-Fueling drug gangs' impunity, unidentified corpses pile up in Mexico
In Mexico's blood-soaked northern state of Sinaloa, a simple gravestone adorned with pink, blue and yellow plastic flowers marks the tomb of 42-year-old assistant carpenter Carlos Montano.
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17/07/2014 | En Parrilla
En peligro de muerte la cuarta parte de la ganadería de Venezuela por la sequía
Se han perdido más de doscientas mil reses por la falta de agua que sufren nueve de los veintitrés estados.
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20/06/2014 | En Parrilla
Saudi king to visit Al Sissi on Friday
King Abdullah does not travel often due to health concerns
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20/06/2014 | Economía y Finanzas
Dutch companies suffer from Saudi sanctions
Timmermans plans to visit Saudi Arabia soon, but no date has been set
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15/06/2014 | En Profundidad
Tehran Willing to Work With US Over Iraq Crisis
Iran may be willing to cooperate with America over the ISIS uprising in Iraq, according to an Iranian official
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22/05/2014 | Economía y Finanzas
China and Russia Sign Gazprom Supply Agreement
China and Russia signed a long-awaited, $400-billion gas supply deal on Wednesday, securing the world's top energy user a major new source of cleaner fuel and opening a new market for Moscow as Europeans look elsewhere for their energy.
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22/05/2014 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Nigeria asks U.N. al Qaeda committee to blacklist Boko Haram
Nigeria has formally asked the U.N. Security Council al Qaeda sanctions committee to blacklist the Islamist militant group Boko Haram after the kidnapping of hundreds of schoolgirls, according to a confidential document obtained by Reuters.
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13/05/2014 | Economía y Finanzas
Moscú ultima un acuerdo con China para vender gas
El viceministro de Energía ruso dice que el esperado acuerdo para que Gazprom suministre gas a China está a punto de firmarse. De hecho, Vladimir Putin viajará a Pekín la próxima semana.
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01/04/2014 | Economía y Finanzas
REPORT: Argentina To Receive $1 Billion Loan From Goldman Sachs
Argentina is closing in on a deal to receive around $1 billion in loans from investment bank Goldman Sachs and is in talks with other international banks about similar deals, local newspaper Pagina/12 reported on Sunday.
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22/03/2014 | En Parrilla
Aprueban ducto de gas natural de Texas a México
Houston Pipe Line postuló un permiso para construir el ducto a fin exportar o importar gas desde el condado de Hidalgo en Texas hasta la ciudad de Reynosa
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22/03/2014 | En Parrilla
Brazil's president holds wide lead ahead of re-election bid: poll
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff is holding on to her wide lead over potential rivals and would win a second term outright in the October 5 general election, according to a poll published on Thursday.
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13/03/2014 | Frente Externo
Venezuela- ¿Qué puede pasar en Venezuela tras un mes de protestas contra Maduro?
Cuatro posibles escenarios del progreso de las protestas. Maduro dice que "Caracas vive en paz".
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20/02/2014 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mali's northern rebels agree to confine their fighters
Malian rebels agreed on Tuesday to confine members of their armed groups to barracks in U.N.-led preliminary talks in the capital, according to sources who attended and a copy of the agreement seen by Reuters.
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18/01/2014 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Republic of Indonesia - Indonesia to increase navy patrols after Australia incursions
Jakarta - Indonesia said that it would increase naval patrols after territorial violations by Australia as it tried to turn back asylum seekers and urged its southern neighbor to halt operations that risked further incursions.
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29/12/2013 | Economía y Finanzas
China commits $6.5bn loan for N-power plants in Karachi
China has committed $6.5billion to finance the construction of a major nuclear power project in the port city of Karachi as it seeks to strengthen ties with its strategic partner, Pakistani officials said.
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18/12/2013 | Economía y Finanzas
Azerbaijan opens 'strategic door' to send gas to Europe
Azerbaijan’s Shah Deniz II project backers sealed a final deal, scaling up its status as an alternative gas transit route to Europe as the continent tries to make itself less dependent upon Russian supplies
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08/11/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Snowden usó contraseñas de 25 colegas de la NSA para obtener datos
El ex técnico de la Agencia de Seguridad Nacional decía a sus compañeros que las necesitaba para hacer su trabajo de administrador de ordenadores.
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08/11/2013 | Economía y Finanzas
Brazil's annual inflation eases, but food prices jump
Brazil's annual inflation eased only slightly in October, while a surge in food prices suggested stubborn price pressures would keep inflation still close to the government's target ceiling.
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29/10/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Cameron amenaza a prensa británica si publican filtraciones de Snowden
"Si ellos (los diarios) no muestran cierta responsabilidad social será muy difícil que el Gobierno se abstenga de actuar", dijo el primer ministro británico, que aseguró que su paciencia se estaba acabando, al Parlamento.
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25/10/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Africa - Region's leaders seek to push foreign fighters from Central African Republic
Regional leaders on Monday authorized African troops deployed to the Central African Republic to use force if necessary to drive foreign fighters out of the country, which has been plagued by violence.
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10/10/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Colombia - Attack on pipeline cuts off Colombia gas exports to Venezuela
A bomb attack on a gas pipeline in eastern Colombia has cut off 150 million cubic feet of exports to neighboring Venezuela, the police said on Wednesday, the latest in a run of attacks on the country's oil infrastructure blamed on leftist guerrillas.
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05/10/2013 | Economía y Finanzas
Latin America's Pacific Alliance Liberalizes Trade
The presidents of Colombia, Peru and Chile, and Mexico's minister of economy agreed on Wednesday to liberalize 92 percent of their countries' goods and services as part of the nascent regional economic integration bloc, The Pacific Alliance.
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28/08/2013 | Frente Externo
Middle East - Egypt backs away from plan to dissolve Muslim Brotherhood
Egypt should not ban the Muslim Brotherhood or exclude it from the political process after the army's overthrow of Mohamed Mursi, the interim prime minister said, in a softening of state rhetoric against the Islamist group.
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21/08/2013 | High Tech
La NSA tiene capacidad para espiar el 75% del tráfico de Internet en EEUU
La red de vigilancia de la Agencia de Seguridad Nacional (NSA) tiene la capacidad de llegar a alrededor de 75% de todas las comunicaciones por Internet en Estados Unidos, según informa el diario The Wall Street Journal.
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24/07/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Siria - El Ejército estadounidense desvela sus cinco opciones para Siria
Entrenar y asesorar a la oposición, crear una zona de exclusión aérea o intervenir para tomar el control de las armas químicas, entre las alternativas que contempla el jefe del Estado Mayor Conjunto.
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20/07/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US overhauling intelligence access to try to prevent another mega-leak
The US ramps up efforts to tighten access to top-secret intelligence to prevent another big leak like the one carried out by Edward Snowden
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20/07/2013 | Economía y Finanzas
Latin America - Mexico's conservatives propose 'deep' energy reform, concessions
Leaders of Mexico's opposition conservatives unveiled an outline for a market-friendly energy reform on Thursday, saying it would lure billions of dollars in private investment to the country's struggling oil and gas sector.
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02/06/2013 | Medio Ambiente
Foes of Newmont's $5 billion Peru mine in standoff with police
Hundreds of protesters were locked in a standoff with police in northern Peru on Wednesday as they vowed to stop Newmont Mining from transferring water from a lake to a reservoir as part of its $5 billion Conga gold project.
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27/05/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Pirates free crew kidnapped from ship off Equatorial Guinea
Four crew members kidnapped from a container ship off the West African nation of Equatorial Guinea in April have been released, the vessel's management company said.
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23/05/2013 | Frente Externo
Suecia - Los disturbios de Estocolmo cuestionan la imagen de estado generoso
Los atacantes esperaron a la noche antes de actuar, desafiando la llamada a la calma del primer ministro del país y dañando tiendas, colegios, una comisaría y un centro de artesanía en los cuatro días de violencia.
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16/05/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
France - Carlos the Jackal launches appeal against life sentence after 20 years in jail
arlos the Jackal, the Marxist militant once ranked among the world's most wanted criminals, has launched an appeal against a life sentence for bomb attacks that killed 11 people three decades ago.
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16/05/2013 | Frente Externo
Peru foreign minister quits over health after Venezuela spat
Peru's foreign minister has resigned, the government said on Wednesday, days after he was criticized for contributing to a diplomatic spat with Venezuela.
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08/05/2013 | Frente Externo
Brazil to deploy 6,000 Cuban doctors in remote areas: minister
Brazil plans to hire 6,000 Cuban doctors to serve in remote parts of the country where medical services are deficient or nonexistent, despite controversy over the quality of their training.
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04/05/2013 | Economía y Finanzas
Brazil's Rousseff insists oil royalties should fund education
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said on Wednesday she has sent lawmakers another proposal to earmark all oil royalties collected by the state for public education after Congress shelved an earlier effort.
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28/04/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Italian Marines Under Anti-Terrorism Probe, Death Penalty Possible
An Indian anti-terrorism agency will investigate the case of two Italian marines accused of murdering two Indian fishermen, India's top court said on Friday, raising the possibility once more of the men facing the death penalty.
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15/04/2013 | Frente Externo
Factbox: Key figures around new Venezuelan leader Maduro
Nicolas Maduro, a former bus driver who became Hugo Chavez's political disciple, was declared the winner of Venezuela's presidential election on Sunday in a tight vote that was contested by the opposition.
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30/03/2013 | En Parrilla
Putin orders large-scale military exercises in Black Sea
President Vladimir Putin ordered the launch of large-scale Russian military exercises in the Black Sea region on Thursday, his spokesman said, in a move that may create tensions with Russia's post-Soviet neighbors Ukraine and Georgia.
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28/03/2013 | Economía y Finanzas
Chinese growth gathers pace in March
Manufacturing sector improves after Lunar New Year holiday distorts February figures
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22/03/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US plan calls for more scanning of private Web traffic, email
The U.S. government is expanding a cybersecurity program that scans Internet traffic headed into and out of defense contractors to include far more of the country's private, civilian-run infrastructure.
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03/03/2013 | Economía y Finanzas
Trinidad y Tobago mira a Latinoamérica, Caribe para exportar gas natural
Trinidad y Tobago está mirando a los mercados de América Latina y el Caribe para la venta de su gas natural, ya que sus exportaciones a Estados Unidos -que alguna vez fue su mayor cliente- han caído rápidamente debido a la revolución del gas de esquisto en Norteamérica.
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28/02/2013 | Transparencia
Italy's Berlusconi investigated in new corruption case
Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, challenging for a share of power after this week's election, has been placed under investigation on suspicion of bribing a senator to change sides in parliament in 2006, sources in the investigation said on Thursday.
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28/02/2013 | Frente Externo
Venezuela - Seis de cada diez venezolanos cree que Chávez se recuperará y volverá a la política
Solo un doce por ciento de los encuestados piensa que el presidente no vencerá en la batalla contra el cáncer
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26/02/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Olvídese del florero, el espía lo lleva dentro del móvil
Empresas de seguridad alertan del riesgo de programas que pueden activar la grabadora del móvil e incluso la cámara de manera furtiva.
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24/02/2013 | En Parrilla
Russia leases planes to Cuba, writes off Soviet debt
Russia will lease eight jets worth $650 million to its Cold War- era allyCuba and will partially write off the country's multi-billion-dollar, Soviet-era debt under agreements signed during Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Havana on Thursday.
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20/02/2013 | Frente Externo
Costa Rican president says ready to act again to defend currency
Costa Rica's president said on Thursday that she was ready to take more steps to prevent flows of foreign capital from driving the country's currency higher.
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20/02/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
China says U.S. hacking accusations lack technical proof
Accusations by a U.S. computer security company that a secretive Chinese military unit is likely behind a series of hacking attacks are scientifically flawed and hence unreliable, China's Defence Ministry said on Wednesday.
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02/02/2013 | Frente Externo
Oposición venezolana se fisura y el chavismo pone el dedo en la llaga
Dentro de la heterogénea fuerza construida para enfrentar la hegemonía electoral chavista de los últimos 14 años conviven la postura moderada del ex candidato presidencial Henrique Capriles, con otras lideradas por políticos más experimentados que alientan acciones confrontativas.
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29/01/2013 | Economía y Finanzas
Latin America's free-trade allies agree to slash tariffs
Chile, Peru, Colombia and Mexico said on Sunday they would lift tariffs on 90 percent of goods before March 31 in a further push to open up their growing markets.
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26/01/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
La secretaria de Seguridad Nacional de Estados Unidos, Janet Napolitano, ha advertido este jueves del riesgo de que se produzca de forma «inminente» un ataque informático de la magnitud de los atentados «yihadistas» del 11 de septiembre de 2001.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano warned on Thursday that a major cyber attack is a looming threat and could have the same sort of impact as last year's Superstorm Sandy, which knocked out electricity in a large swathe of the Northeast.
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25/01/2013 | En Parrilla
Venezuela's vice president says he's target of assassination plot
Venezuelan Vice President Nicolas Maduro said unidentified groups had entered the country with the aim of assassinating him and the head of the National Assembly as President Hugo Chavez recovers from cancer in Cuba.
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25/01/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Colombia confisca 3.8 toneladas de cocaína destinada a Los Zetas
La droga, valorada en 100 millones de dólares, se descubrió en un muelle de la ciudad de Cartagena.
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15/01/2013 | Frente Externo
Analysis: Trio of Chavez protégés hold key to Venezuela's future
A month after President Hugo Chavez left Venezuela for a fourth cancer operation, his commanding control over the government is slowly moving into the hands of an unlikely trio of protégés who may shape the future of the oil-rich nation.
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02/01/2013 | En Parrilla
Venezuela - Hugo Chavez en coma inducido
Fuentes consultadas por ABC aseguraron el lunes que se había programado una próxima desconexión.
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27/12/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Iran will open suspect military base if threats dropped: report
Iran would let U.N nuclear inspectors into a military base they suspect was used for atomic weapons-related work, if threats against the Islamic Republic are dropped, a government official was quoted as saying.
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24/12/2012 | En Parrilla
Somalia - Tres años en manos de los piratas somalíes
Los 22 marineros que integraban la tripulación de un barco secuestrado hace casi tres años por piratas somalíes han sido liberados tras el cerco al que la policía marítima ha sometido a los captores durante dos semanas, ha informado el gobierno de la región separatista de Puntland.
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16/12/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Money Laundering - Russia launches fraud, money laundering probe against opposition leader Navalny
Russia has opened a criminal investigation against opposition leader Alexei Navalny on suspicion of fraud and money laundering, the federal investigative committee said Friday.
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06/12/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Alemania aprueba el envío de misiles 'Patriot' y soldados a Turquía
El Gobierno alemán ha aprobado el envío de misiles 'Patriot' y de soldados a Turquía para su despliegue en las fronteras con Siria, según han informado fuentes gubernamentales a Reuters.
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29/11/2012 | Frente Externo
Venezuela - Chávez o 'el hombre invisible'
El presidente de Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, se encuentra ya en Cuba para someterse a un tratamiento médico especial, de oxigenación hiperbárica, seis meses después de abandonar la isla tras su última sesión de radioterapia. Este viaje ha reavivado el debate sobre cuál es su verdadero estado de salud y sobre si será capaz de aguantar este nuevo mandato.
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29/11/2012 | Frente Externo
Colombia leaves pact recognizing U.N. court rulings
Colombia has withdrawn from a treaty that binds it to the U.N. International Court of Justice in anger at a ruling that shifts some of its resource-rich waters to Nicaragua, President Juan Manuel Santos said on Wednesday.
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10/11/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
U.S. judge insists Argentina must pay holdout creditors
A U.S. judge on Friday told Argentina it should not even consider evading a recent ruling requiring it to pay bondholders who did not participate in two major debt restructurings after the country's 2002 default.
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06/11/2012 | En Parrilla
Siria, ¿una nueva Somalia?
El enviado internacional para Siria teme que el país pueda convertirse en una nueva Somalia a menos que se resuelva la crisis y advierte de un escenario en el que los caudillos y las milicias llenen el vacío dejado por un Estado colapsado.
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27/10/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentina - U.S. Court Rules Against Argentina Over Payments
A federal appeals court in New York said on Friday that Argentina improperly discriminated against bondholders who refused to take part in two large debt restructurings, setting back the country’s efforts to recover from a roughly $100 billion default a decade ago.
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19/10/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
La ONU denuncia el uso excesivo de la fuerza en la frontera mexicana
Estados Unidos ha hecho un empleo excesivo de la fuerza contra los inmigrantes en la frontera mexicana y debería cooperar e investigar los asesinatos que se han producido en la zona, incluyendo el de muchos jóvenes, han señalado desde el departamento de derechos humanos de la ONU.
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19/10/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico ''systematically weakening'' crime cartels: minister
Mexico is making progress in its fight against powerful drug cartels and they are becoming weaker as the crime bosses are killed or jailed, the interior minister said on Monday.
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13/09/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Africa - Somali president, Kenyan FM escape bomb attack
Somalia's new President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud and the visiting Kenyan foreign minister escaped unharmed on Wednesday from an apparent suicide bomb attack on a Mogadishu hotel where they were holding a news conference, witnesses said.
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10/09/2012 | Frente Externo
Canada - Canada closes embassy in Iran, to expel Iranian diplomats
Canada has closed its embassy in Iran and will expel all remaining Iranian diplomats in Canada within five days, Foreign Minister John Baird said on Friday, denouncing Tehran as the biggest threat to global security.
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08/09/2012 | Transparencia
Europa - Grecia prohíbe a sus ministros contratar a familiares como asesores
El presidente del Parlamento provisional Byron Polydoras ocupó ese cargo sólo un día y consiguió un puesto para su hija.
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27/08/2012 | High Tech
Switzerland - Julius Baer CEO Boris Collardi confirms new client data theft
ZURICH: Swiss private bank Julius Baer has suffered another theft of data pertaining to clients who may have taken advantage of banking secrecy to dodge taxes in Germany, its chief executive told a newspaper on Sunday. "According to what we know, this is the case," Chief Executive Boris Collardi told the SonntagsZeitung.
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25/08/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Iranian Threat - 'Iran covering building IAEA wants to visit'
Think-tank publishes satellite imagery showing "pink colored material" covering building at sensitive Iranian site.
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17/08/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Zona euro, a un paso de la recesión: analistas
La zona euro entrará en recesión y no registrará crecimiento económico hasta el 2013, según el último sondeo de Reuters a economistas, que tampoco prevén una nueva respuesta política agresiva por parte del Banco Central Europeo (BCE).
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09/08/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Siria - Revueltas en el mundo árabe: El ejército rebelde se atrinchera en el barrio 'mártir' de Saladino
Las fuerzas del Gobierno sirio se han retirado de algunas partes del distrito de Saladino, en la ciudad de Alepo, tras fuertes enfrentamientos con los rebeldes que luchan para derrocar al presidente Bashar Asad, según fuentes rebeldes.
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08/08/2012 | Frente Externo
Middle East - Syria (Analysis): Turkey's nightmares coming true in Syria
US expert says most troubling scenario for Turkey may also be the most likely one: protracted chaos and sectarian conflict, leaving a security vacuum across the border.
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05/08/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: Assad's artillery, planes pound vital prize of Aleppo
Syria forces attack rebel frontline in Salaheddine district; jets bombard Damascus as onslaught continues, resident says; after Annan resignation, peace plan a distant memory.
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03/08/2012 | Frente Externo
Middle East - Syria: Syria says Turkey sending terrorists to wage war
Syria accused Turkey on Thursday of playing a "fundamental role" in supporting terrorism by opening its airport and border to al Qaeda and other jihadists to carry out attacks inside Syria.
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01/08/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Mercosur - Venezuela may sell Brazil oil, buy Embraer planes: Chavez
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said his country might sell crude oil to Brazil, which may in turn sell commercial aircraft to the Andean nation, as part of renewed trade ties between the two countries.
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01/08/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Mercosur - Venezuela may sell Brazil oil, buy Embraer planes: Chavez
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said his country might sell crude oil to Brazil, which may in turn sell commercial aircraft to the Andean nation, as part of renewed trade ties between the two countries.
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31/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Siria - Revueltas en el mundo árabe: Desde las ruinas de Alepo los rebeldes dicen que 'enterrarán al régimen'
Los jóvenes no se dejan vencer por el ejemplo de Homs o Damasco, donde el régimen aplastó a los rebeldes."Las fuerzas de Asad serán enterradas aquí", dice Mohamed.En el distrito de Salaheddine, al sur, cercano a la autopista hacia Damasco, el Ejército domina.
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31/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Siria - Revueltas en el mundo árabe: Desde las ruinas de Alepo los rebeldes dicen que 'enterrarán al régimen'
Los jóvenes no se dejan vencer por el ejemplo de Homs o Damasco, donde el régimen aplastó a los rebeldes."Las fuerzas de Asad serán enterradas aquí", dice Mohamed.En el distrito de Salaheddine, al sur, cercano a la autopista hacia Damasco, el Ejército domina.
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28/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: ‘We won't allow terrorist at Syria border’
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Friday Turkey would not allow what he called “terrorist” groups like the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) or al Qaeda to establish a presence in Syria near the Turkish border.
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28/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: ‘We won't allow terrorist at Syria border’
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Friday Turkey would not allow what he called “terrorist” groups like the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) or al Qaeda to establish a presence in Syria near the Turkish border.
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28/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: ‘We won't allow terrorist at Syria border’
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Friday Turkey would not allow what he called “terrorist” groups like the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) or al Qaeda to establish a presence in Syria near the Turkish border.
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28/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: ‘We won't allow terrorist at Syria border’
Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Friday Turkey would not allow what he called “terrorist” groups like the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) or al Qaeda to establish a presence in Syria near the Turkish border.
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25/07/2012 | Frente Externo
Middle East - Syria: Russia accuses US of justifying terrorism in Syria
Lavrov slams comments made by US State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland who said attacks on Assad's top officials are "not surprising"; Assad launches counter-assaults on Damascus, Aleppo.
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25/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Siria - Revueltas en el mundo árabe: Columna blindada siria rodea ciudad de Aleppo
A medida que las hostilidades se intensificaban cerca de la frontera turca, Ankara dijo que estaba cerrando sus puestos fronterizos, aunque Naciones Unidas indicó que los refugiados que huyan de Siria podrían ingresar al territorio turco.
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22/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US - New York police link Iran, proxies to nine 2012 plots against Jewish targets
Report cites three foiled plots in January, three in February and another three since late June.
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18/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
HSBC - El mayor banco de Europa lavó dinero de la droga, Irán, Siria y Arabia Saudí
El mayor banco de Europa, el HSBC, lavó dinero de los cárteles de la droga mexicana y de fondos sospechosos de Irán, Arabia Saudí, Islas Caimán y Siria, según un informe realizado por el Senado de EEUU.
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16/07/2012 | Sociedad
Africa - South African elected first female African Union Commission head
South African home affairs minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was elected on Sunday to become the first female head of the African Union (AU) Commission, ending a bruising leadership battle that had threatened to divide and weaken the organisation.
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16/07/2012 | Frente Externo
Venezuela - Chavez: Venezuela is no threat, Obama is a 'good guy'
President Hugo Chavez denied on Friday that Venezuela was a threat to anyone, after US presidential hopeful Mitt Romney criticized Barack Obama for playing down the risk posed by the socialist leader.
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16/07/2012 | Sociedad
Africa - South African elected first female African Union Commission head
South African home affairs minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was elected on Sunday to become the first female head of the African Union (AU) Commission, ending a bruising leadership battle that had threatened to divide and weaken the organisation.
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16/07/2012 | Frente Externo
Venezuela - Chavez: Venezuela is no threat, Obama is a 'good guy'
President Hugo Chavez denied on Friday that Venezuela was a threat to anyone, after US presidential hopeful Mitt Romney criticized Barack Obama for playing down the risk posed by the socialist leader.
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16/07/2012 | Sociedad
Africa - South African elected first female African Union Commission head
South African home affairs minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was elected on Sunday to become the first female head of the African Union (AU) Commission, ending a bruising leadership battle that had threatened to divide and weaken the organisation.
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16/07/2012 | Frente Externo
Venezuela - Chavez: Venezuela is no threat, Obama is a 'good guy'
President Hugo Chavez denied on Friday that Venezuela was a threat to anyone, after US presidential hopeful Mitt Romney criticized Barack Obama for playing down the risk posed by the socialist leader.
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16/07/2012 | Sociedad
Africa - South African elected first female African Union Commission head
South African home affairs minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma was elected on Sunday to become the first female head of the African Union (AU) Commission, ending a bruising leadership battle that had threatened to divide and weaken the organisation.
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16/07/2012 | Frente Externo
Venezuela - Chavez: Venezuela is no threat, Obama is a 'good guy'
President Hugo Chavez denied on Friday that Venezuela was a threat to anyone, after US presidential hopeful Mitt Romney criticized Barack Obama for playing down the risk posed by the socialist leader.
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12/07/2012 | En Parrilla
Colombia: crecen obstáculos en camino a reelección del presidente Santos
Los ataques de la guerrilla, la aprobación en el Congreso de reformas impulsadas por el gobierno para alentar la economía, son algunos de los puntos que complicarían a Juan Manuel Santos.
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12/07/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Análisis: romance entre A.Latina y China podría arruinarse
Las exportaciones a China de algunas de las principales economías de América Latina -Brasil, Colombia, Chile y Perú- se han decuplicado en valor desde el 2001. Actualmente, China es el principal destino para las exportaciones de todos esos países, con excepción de Colombia.
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12/07/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Sudeste asiático de transforma en refugio ante enfriamiento de India y China
Los inversores de corto plazo en acciones y bonos del Sudeste Asiático están siendo superados por los que tienen un horizonte a más largo plazo, lo que indica una creciente confianza en una región de 600 millones de personas que cuenta con una pujante clase media.
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08/07/2012 | En Parrilla
Guatemala to present mining law changes despite objections
Government to present proposed mining changes to Congress. Mining industry says investment will be stifled. New projects, not existing mines, would be affected
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23/06/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Turkish, Syrian forces seek downed Turkish jet
Joint search and rescue continues; Erdogan: Ankara will do "whatever necessary" after Syria shoots down Turkish jet.
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22/06/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Brazil and China Sign Trade Agreements
Leaders of Brazil and China signed trade agreements aimed at increasing investment and trade flows at a time when economic growth in both nations is losing momentum.
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21/06/2012 | Transparencia
La corrupción genera una gran crisis política que paraliza Pakistán
Horas después de ser nominado para el cargo de primer ministro, un tribunal dicta orden de detención contra Majdum Shahabudin por un caso de narcotráfico.
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19/06/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Drug War: Mexico’s drug war rocks US expat stronghold
AJIJIC (Mexico): For decades, American and Canadian expats have flocked to the shores of Chapala, seeking refuge in the spring-like climate of Mexico’s largest natural lake, where English author D H Lawrence once came for inspiration.
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31/05/2012 | En Parrilla
Latin America to grow but needs anti-crisis plans: U.N
Latin America's economy will grow at least 3.7 percent this year, but the region has not recovered fiscally from the Lehman Brothers crisis and should prepare contingency plans that bolster credit and help lower interest rates, the United Nations said on Monday.
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24/05/2012 | Frente Externo
EE.UU. busca requisar millonarias propiedades de ex gobernador de estado mexicano
Tomás Yarrington, ex gobernador de Tamaulipas, no fue acusado criminalmente, pero se presentaron dos demandas civiles en su contra en una corte federal estadounidense. Pagos recibidos de carteles de droga y extorsiones figuran entre las causas.
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17/05/2012 | En Parrilla
¿Expulsarán a Argentina del G-20?
Un proyecto de resolución en el Congreso de Estados Unidos para exigir la suspensión de Argentina del G-20, el grupo de las economías más grandes del mundo, enfrenta un futuro incierto, entre otras cosas por la falta de apoyo de un sector inesperado: los legisladores conservadores cubanoamericanos.
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10/05/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
U.S. institute says sees ''new activities'' at Iran site
A U.S. security institute says commercial satellite imagery shows new activity at an Iranian military site which raises concern that the Islamic state may be "washing" a building the United Nations' nuclear agency wants to inspect.
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08/05/2012 | Frente Externo
Mexico's Peña Nieto holds lead after debate: poll
Mexican presidential front-runner Enrique Pena Nieto retains a clear lead for the July 1 election after a televised debate in which he came under sustained fire from opponents, a poll showed on Monday.
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27/04/2012 | Medio Ambiente
Brazil - Brazilian congress adopts controversial land use law
Bill makes it easier for Amazon farmers to comply with rules that stipulate how much forest they must preserve, campaigners say.
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22/04/2012 | Frente Externo
Mexico - Election: Mexico's conservatives bet on woman presidential hopeful
Mexico's ruling conservatives took a bold step by becoming the first major party to nominate a woman presidential candidate, but Josefina Vazquez Mota is struggling to close a big gap with the front-runner, hamstrung by internal party divisions.
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12/04/2012 | En Parrilla
Obama faces skeptical leaders at Americas summit
Three years after being feted by star-struck Latin American leaders, President Barack Obama faces skepticism and disappointment at this week's Summit of the Americas for failing to meet promises of a new era in relations with the region.
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29/03/2012 | Frente Externo
México - Conozca las principales propuestas de los candidatos presidenciales mexicanos
A continuación las propuestas más relevantes de las tres principales fuerzas políticas y sus coaliciones en México: PRI, PAN y Partido de la Revolución Democrática (PRD).
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23/03/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Latin America - Peru gov't says to launch $10 bln investment plan
Peru plans to launch joint government-private sector investment projects totaling more than $10 billion this year and next, Finance Minister Luis Miguel Castilla said on Wednesday.
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21/03/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
BID apoyará con más de US$300 millones al combate de la violencia en A. Latina
Aunque los estatutos del mayor prestamista regional le impiden financiar la gestión de la seguridad, el BID sí puede trabajar en prevención, capacitación y fortalecimiento de instituciones públicas relacionadas con la seguridad.
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21/03/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
BID apoyará con más de US$300 millones al combate de la violencia en A. Latina
Aunque los estatutos del mayor prestamista regional le impiden financiar la gestión de la seguridad, el BID sí puede trabajar en prevención, capacitación y fortalecimiento de instituciones públicas relacionadas con la seguridad.
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20/03/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Latam countries say their local borrowing on rise
Uruguay, Colombia and Peru said on Monday that strong tax revenue and economic growth has allowed them to reduce issuance of overseas bond deals and instead borrow more locally.
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20/03/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Latam countries say their local borrowing on rise
Uruguay, Colombia and Peru said on Monday that strong tax revenue and economic growth has allowed them to reduce issuance of overseas bond deals and instead borrow more locally.
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11/03/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Colombia - Legalización de drogas sería discutida en Cumbre de las Américas
Así lo confirmó el presidente Juan Manuel Santos, luego de que Estados Unidos expresó su disposición a abordar el tema como lo han solicitado varios países del hemisferio.
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11/03/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Colombia - Legalización de drogas sería discutida en Cumbre de las Américas
Así lo confirmó el presidente Juan Manuel Santos, luego de que Estados Unidos expresó su disposición a abordar el tema como lo han solicitado varios países del hemisferio.
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06/03/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Crece la actividad económica global
El índice que mide la actividad del sector privado se ubicó en 55.5 en febrero a su ritmo más rápido en un año, de la mano de una fuerte mejora en EEUU, que compensó la caída en la zona euro.
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06/03/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Crece la actividad económica global
El índice que mide la actividad del sector privado se ubicó en 55.5 en febrero a su ritmo más rápido en un año, de la mano de una fuerte mejora en EEUU, que compensó la caída en la zona euro.
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26/02/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: Hamas ditches Assad, backs Syria revolt
Hamas leaders publicly turn against Assad regime in speeches at Friday prayers in Cairo and at a rally in the Gaza Strip.
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26/02/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: Hamas ditches Assad, backs Syria revolt
Hamas leaders publicly turn against Assad regime in speeches at Friday prayers in Cairo and at a rally in the Gaza Strip.
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26/02/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: Hamas ditches Assad, backs Syria revolt
Hamas leaders publicly turn against Assad regime in speeches at Friday prayers in Cairo and at a rally in the Gaza Strip.
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24/02/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Latin America - Brazil plans toll-free highway concessions-report
After selling concessions for the expansion and operation of three major airports and a highway earlier in 2012, Brazil is preparing a plan to sell 10-year highway maintenance contracts without tolls, a newspaper said on Thursday.
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24/02/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Latin America - Brazil plans toll-free highway concessions-report
After selling concessions for the expansion and operation of three major airports and a highway earlier in 2012, Brazil is preparing a plan to sell 10-year highway maintenance contracts without tolls, a newspaper said on Thursday.
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24/02/2012 | Economía y Finanzas
Latin America - Brazil plans toll-free highway concessions-report
After selling concessions for the expansion and operation of three major airports and a highway earlier in 2012, Brazil is preparing a plan to sell 10-year highway maintenance contracts without tolls, a newspaper said on Thursday.
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16/02/2012 | Frente Externo
Insight: Post-election hangover looms for Venezuela economy
From new homes in slums to cash for struggling mothers, Venezuela's Hugo Chavez is unleashing a flood of state spending to try to tip the balance in what looks like the toughest presidential election of his political career.
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05/11/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
UN report to reveal evidence of Iranian nuclear program
International Atomic Energy Agency obtained satellite photos allegedly showing steel container for carrying out tests with high-explosives that could be used for nuclear weapons.
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04/11/2011 | High Tech
Washington culpa oficialmente a China y Rusia de constante espionaje electrónico
La "amenaza silenciosa" que suponen el espionaje 'online' y el robo de tecnología afecta a la seguridad y prosperidad de EEUU. Un informe oficial de inteligencia acusa directamente a China y Rusia de robar secretos comerciales estadounidenses y apropiarse de la tecnología para impulsar su propio desarrollo económico.
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28/10/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Boeing, Embraer enter Brazil jet-biofuel venture
Boeing to partner with jet biofuel marketing companies
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24/10/2011 | Frente Externo
Africa - Libia proclama su libertad
Libia se proclamó libre el domingo luego de que los 42 años de Gobierno de Muammar Gaddafi terminaron con su captura y muerte la semana pasada, allanando el camino para que el país del norte de Africa inicie una transición hacia la democracia.
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17/10/2011 | Frente Externo
US - US should learn from India, Brazil: Clinton
The United States should learn from emerging powers such as India and Brazil and make its economic interests central to its foreign policy to remain a global leader, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Friday.
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12/10/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Alleged Iran plot ''dangerous escalation''. Clinton
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday that Iran's alleged ties to a plot to kill the Saudi ambassador in Washington marked a "dangerous escalation" of Tehran's sponsorship of terrorism.
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11/10/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Humala purga la policía peruana
El presidente peruano ha destituido a 30 de los 45 jefes policiales. El país sudamericano es uno de los principales productores de cocaína del mundo.
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10/10/2011 | En Profundidad
Argentine president poised for re-election: polls
Argentine President Cristina Fernandez has a massive lead over opponents two weeks before a presidential election and looks set to win more than 50 percent of the vote, two polls showed on Sunday.
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02/10/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Syria - Pro-Assad forces regain rebel Syrian town
Syrian troops entered the central town of Rastan, the official news agency said on Saturday, after the most prolonged fighting between the army and insurgents in the-six month uprising.
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30/09/2011 | Frente Externo
Guatemala to apologize to former president's family
Guatemala will seek to make amends to former president Jacobo Arbenz, ousted in a violent coup nearly 60 years ago, as the Central America nation tries to emerge from generations of violence and political unrest.
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28/09/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
España - Terrorismo: Caen 5 argelinos por nexos con Al Qaeda
La policía informa que los detenidos están presuntamente relacionados con una célula de apoyo logístico y financiero de la red terrorista.
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27/09/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Global economy - 'Massive jobs shortfall' predicted for global economy
International Labour Organisation said the group of developing and developed nations had seen 20m jobs disappear since the financial crisis in 2008.
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20/09/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
S&P cuts Italy ratings one notch, outlook negative
Standard and Poor's downgraded its unsolicited ratings on Italy by one notch to A/A-1 and kept its outlook on negative, a major surprise that threatens to add to concerns of contagion in the debt-stressed euro zone.
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12/09/2011 | Frente Externo
Militar Otto Pérez toma ventaja en elección presidencial en Guatemala
Pérez, un general retirado de 60 años y sobre el que pesan acusaciones de abusos en la guerra civil, obtenía 36% de los votos con 1% de las casillas contabilizadas, según el Tribunal Supremo Electoral (TSE).
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09/09/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
EE UU acusa a dos militares y dos políticos venezolanos de colaborar con las FARC
El Departamento del Tesoro estadounidense relaciona a los cuatro funcionarios con el narcotráfico y el comercio de armas dirigido por la guerrilla colombiana.- Caracas afirma que es un nuevo intento de "difamación" llegado del "poder imperial"
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09/09/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
EE UU acusa a dos militares y dos políticos venezolanos de colaborar con las FARC
El Departamento del Tesoro estadounidense relaciona a los cuatro funcionarios con el narcotráfico y el comercio de armas dirigido por la guerrilla colombiana.- Caracas afirma que es un nuevo intento de "difamación" llegado del "poder imperial"
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07/09/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico -Tijuana violence slows as one cartel takes control
Mexico's famously seedy border city of Tijuana is enjoying a lull in drug murders as the country's most powerful cartel gains the upper hand over its rivals.
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07/09/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico -Tijuana violence slows as one cartel takes control
Mexico's famously seedy border city of Tijuana is enjoying a lull in drug murders as the country's most powerful cartel gains the upper hand over its rivals.
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06/09/2011 | Medio Ambiente
Obama frena iniciativa para limitar la contaminación ambiental
Expertos en salud lamentaron la decisión del presidente estadounidense, Barack Obama, de retirar la iniciativa para limitar la contaminación ambiental y señalaron que esto podría poner en peligro a muchas personas susceptibles a los problemas respiratorios.
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06/09/2011 | Medio Ambiente
Obama frena iniciativa para limitar la contaminación ambiental
Expertos en salud lamentaron la decisión del presidente estadounidense, Barack Obama, de retirar la iniciativa para limitar la contaminación ambiental y señalaron que esto podría poner en peligro a muchas personas susceptibles a los problemas respiratorios.
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01/09/2011 | Medio Ambiente
Uruguay prosecutor wants halt on $1.9 bln pulp mill
Project would be biggest-ever investment in Uruguay.Prosecutor says project could cause pollution.
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01/09/2011 | Frente Externo
Panama - Top Panama officials quit after coalition bust-up
Top Panamanian government officials quit their posts on Wednesday to protest President Ricardo Martinelli's decision to fire his former political ally Juan Carlos Varela as foreign minister.
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01/09/2011 | High Tech
WikiLeaks dice que ha sido objeto de un ciberataque
WikiLeaks dijo que su web había sido objeto de un ciberataque a última hora del martes, cuando procedía a la publicación de miles de cables diplomáticos estadounidenses no difundidos con anterioridad, algunos de ellos clasificados.
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01/09/2011 | Medio Ambiente
Uruguay prosecutor wants halt on $1.9 bln pulp mill
Project would be biggest-ever investment in Uruguay.Prosecutor says project could cause pollution.
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01/09/2011 | Frente Externo
Panama - Top Panama officials quit after coalition bust-up
Top Panamanian government officials quit their posts on Wednesday to protest President Ricardo Martinelli's decision to fire his former political ally Juan Carlos Varela as foreign minister.
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01/09/2011 | High Tech
WikiLeaks dice que ha sido objeto de un ciberataque
WikiLeaks dijo que su web había sido objeto de un ciberataque a última hora del martes, cuando procedía a la publicación de miles de cables diplomáticos estadounidenses no difundidos con anterioridad, algunos de ellos clasificados.
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31/08/2011 | Frente Externo
US - Michele Bachmann's hurricane comments were only a joke, she says
The Republican presidential hopeful raised eyebrows with her comments that the weather was God's way of warning politicians.
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31/08/2011 | Frente Externo
US - Michele Bachmann's hurricane comments were only a joke, she says
The Republican presidential hopeful raised eyebrows with her comments that the weather was God's way of warning politicians.
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28/08/2011 | Frente Externo
Right Cause Warns of a Monarchy in Kremlin
Mikhail Prokhorov's Right Cause party has accused the presidency of becoming an all-powerful monarchy and called for more powers for the State Duma.
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28/08/2011 | Frente Externo
Right Cause Warns of a Monarchy in Kremlin
Mikhail Prokhorov's Right Cause party has accused the presidency of becoming an all-powerful monarchy and called for more powers for the State Duma.
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23/08/2011 | En Parrilla
Brazil auctions airport concession in Cup revamp
Auction marks end of state monopoly on running airports.
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23/08/2011 | En Parrilla
Brazil auctions airport concession in Cup revamp
Auction marks end of state monopoly on running airports.
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08/08/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Gold soars to record above $1,700 on debt fears
Gold vaulted to record highs above $1,700 an ounce on Monday, surging nearly 3 percent as European Central Bank's buying of Italian and Spanish bonds failed to ease debt fears after Standard & Poor's cut the top-notch AAA credit rating of the United States.
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08/08/2011 | En Profundidad
Governor's race in Argentina neutral for Fernandez
Cordoba has 2nd most voters after Buenos Aires province
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01/08/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Noruega - Los 'lobos solitarios de la red' son difíciles de combatir
El asesino de Noruega, Anders Behring Breivik estaría catalogado en ese grupo, sin embargo expertos ni siquiera pueden afirmar que exista tal red.
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29/07/2011 | En Parrilla
La muerte del líder rebelde libio, ¿una venganza por espionaje?
Las idas y venidas de algunos dirigentes libios que se pasaron de las filas oficialistas a los rebeldes podrían haberse cobrado a su primera víctima. Younes Abdel Fattah fue asesinado anoche después de que los rebeldes lo llamaran a declarar por los rumores que aseguraban que se trataba de un espía de Gadafi.
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28/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Libya's rebels struggle with mines as war drags on
Holding a plastic mine in one hand and a detonator in the other, the Libyan rebel explains the crude methods he uses to clear the devices planted by Muammar Gaddafi's forces near the oil town of Brega.
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26/07/2011 | Frente Externo
Hugo Chávez defies illness to run for re-election in 2012
The Venezuelan president, recovering from surgery to remove a large tumour, has said he will seek another six-year term
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21/07/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
EE.UU - Jobless claims rise above expectations
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, pointing to a labor market that is struggling to regain momentum.
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15/07/2011 | High Tech
US - Pentagon to treat cyberspace as operational domain
Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn unveiled a new U.S. strategy on Thursday for protecting military computer networks, moving away from a passive defense toward treating cyberspace as an "operational domain" in which trained forces defend against attacks.
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15/07/2011 | High Tech
US - Pentagon to treat cyberspace as operational domain
Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn unveiled a new U.S. strategy on Thursday for protecting military computer networks, moving away from a passive defense toward treating cyberspace as an "operational domain" in which trained forces defend against attacks.
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11/07/2011 | En Parrilla
El hijo de Gadafi asegura que están negociando con Francia, no con los rebeldes
Saif al-Islam, hijo del líder libio Muamar Gadafi, ha afirmado que la administración de su padre está en conversaciones con el gobierno francés, según una entrevista publicada este lunes en el diario argelino 'El Khabar'.
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11/07/2011 | En Parrilla
El hijo de Gadafi asegura que están negociando con Francia, no con los rebeldes
Saif al-Islam, hijo del líder libio Muamar Gadafi, ha afirmado que la administración de su padre está en conversaciones con el gobierno francés, según una entrevista publicada este lunes en el diario argelino 'El Khabar'.
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10/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Iran says fires missiles to Indian Ocean for first time
Iran said on Saturday it test-fired two long-range missiles into the Indian Ocean earlier this year, the first time it has fired missiles into that sea, according to state television.
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10/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Iran says fires missiles to Indian Ocean for first time
Iran said on Saturday it test-fired two long-range missiles into the Indian Ocean earlier this year, the first time it has fired missiles into that sea, according to state television.
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01/07/2011 | Frente Externo
Cuba - facilitará la compra-venta autos y viviendas
Ambas medidas entrarán en vigor antes de que concluya el 2011, y buscan borrar casi medio siglo de prohibiciones que conllevaron a un fuerte mercado negro en la isla, informa la prensa oficial cubana.
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01/07/2011 | Frente Externo
Cuba - facilitará la compra-venta autos y viviendas
Ambas medidas entrarán en vigor antes de que concluya el 2011, y buscan borrar casi medio siglo de prohibiciones que conllevaron a un fuerte mercado negro en la isla, informa la prensa oficial cubana.
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30/06/2011 | Frente Externo
Iran says US exploits Syria uprising to save Israel
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman accuses US of "trying to harm Syria as it is playing a prime role in opposing Israel in the region."
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30/06/2011 | Frente Externo
Iran says US exploits Syria uprising to save Israel
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman accuses US of "trying to harm Syria as it is playing a prime role in opposing Israel in the region."
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21/06/2011 | Frente Externo
Assad blames unrest on saboteurs, pledges reforms
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Monday pledged to introduce reforms within months to address a wave of protests against his rule, but blamed saboteurs for the unrest and warned that no deal could be reached with gunmen.
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21/06/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
High Oil Prices Threaten to Derail Growth: IEA
High crude prices may derail growth in China and India, the two nations that have helped the global economy overcome the financial crisis, the International Energy Agency said.
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21/06/2011 | Frente Externo
Assad blames unrest on saboteurs, pledges reforms
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Monday pledged to introduce reforms within months to address a wave of protests against his rule, but blamed saboteurs for the unrest and warned that no deal could be reached with gunmen.
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21/06/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
High Oil Prices Threaten to Derail Growth: IEA
High crude prices may derail growth in China and India, the two nations that have helped the global economy overcome the financial crisis, the International Energy Agency said.
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20/06/2011 | High Tech
Cyberattacks - Sega says 1.3 million users affected by cyber attack
Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies.
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20/06/2011 | High Tech
Cyberattacks - Sega says 1.3 million users affected by cyber attack
Japanese video game developer Sega Corp said on Sunday that information belonging to 1.3 million customers has been stolen from its database, the latest in a rash of global cyber attacks against video game companies.
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19/06/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
FAO y OCDE no prevén baja en el precio de los alimentos agrícolas durante esta década
La creciente demanda por alimentos y combustible debería mantener elevados y volátiles, a mediano plazo, los precios de los commodities, indicó un reporte elaborado por ambos organismos.
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19/06/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
FAO y OCDE no prevén baja en el precio de los alimentos agrícolas durante esta década
La creciente demanda por alimentos y combustible debería mantener elevados y volátiles, a mediano plazo, los precios de los commodities, indicó un reporte elaborado por ambos organismos.
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17/06/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
El terrorismo golpea la sede de la policía en Nigeria
Un terrorista detonó ayer a las puertas del cuartel general de la policía en Abuya, capital de Nigeria, una carga explosiva que mató a varias personas y destrozó decenas de vehículos.
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17/06/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
China military paper urges steps against U.S. cyber war threat
China must boost its cyber-warfare strength to counter a Pentagon push, the country's top military newspaper said on Thursday after weeks of friction over accusations that Beijing may have launched a string of Internet hacking attacks.
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17/06/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
El terrorismo golpea la sede de la policía en Nigeria
Un terrorista detonó ayer a las puertas del cuartel general de la policía en Abuya, capital de Nigeria, una carga explosiva que mató a varias personas y destrozó decenas de vehículos.
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17/06/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
China military paper urges steps against U.S. cyber war threat
China must boost its cyber-warfare strength to counter a Pentagon push, the country's top military newspaper said on Thursday after weeks of friction over accusations that Beijing may have launched a string of Internet hacking attacks.
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09/06/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Suspected U.S. missile strike kills 22 militants in Pakistan
Pakistan, Jun (Reuters) – Missile attacks by suspected U.S. drone aircraft killed at least 22 militants in Pakistan's Waziristan region on Wednesday, intelligence officials said, as the U.S. military steps up pressure on remnants of al Qaeda and the Taliban sheltered there.
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09/06/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Suspected U.S. missile strike kills 22 militants in Pakistan
Pakistan, Jun (Reuters) – Missile attacks by suspected U.S. drone aircraft killed at least 22 militants in Pakistan's Waziristan region on Wednesday, intelligence officials said, as the U.S. military steps up pressure on remnants of al Qaeda and the Taliban sheltered there.
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30/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Libia - Gran Bretaña alista bombas para destruir búnkers
Gran Bretaña se apresta a añadir bombas para destruir búnkers al arsenal que sus aviones de combate están usando sobre Libia, un arma enviaría un fuerte mensaje a Muamar Gadhafi para que decida abandonar el poder, dijeron el domingo funcionarios.
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30/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Libia - Gran Bretaña alista bombas para destruir búnkers
Gran Bretaña se apresta a añadir bombas para destruir búnkers al arsenal que sus aviones de combate están usando sobre Libia, un arma enviaría un fuerte mensaje a Muamar Gadhafi para que decida abandonar el poder, dijeron el domingo funcionarios.
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20/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Mexican army arrests suspected drug boss and police ally
Mexican soldiers arrested a suspected drug boss and a police chief accused of protecting him on Thursday, blaming them for much of the violence terrorizing tourist towns near Mexico City.
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20/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Mexican army arrests suspected drug boss and police ally
Mexican soldiers arrested a suspected drug boss and a police chief accused of protecting him on Thursday, blaming them for much of the violence terrorizing tourist towns near Mexico City.
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19/05/2011 | Frente Externo
Rusia - Medvedev rechaza confirmar si se presentará a su reelección
El presidente ruso, Dimitri Medvedev, ha considerado este miércoles que aún es pronto para anunciar si se presentará a su reelección en las presidenciales del próximo año pero ha prometido que tomará una decisión pronto. Asimismo, ha asegurado que él y su predecesor, el primer ministro Vladimir Putin, se entienden muy bien y piensan igual.
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19/05/2011 | Frente Externo
Rusia - Medvedev rechaza confirmar si se presentará a su reelección
El presidente ruso, Dimitri Medvedev, ha considerado este miércoles que aún es pronto para anunciar si se presentará a su reelección en las presidenciales del próximo año pero ha prometido que tomará una decisión pronto. Asimismo, ha asegurado que él y su predecesor, el primer ministro Vladimir Putin, se entienden muy bien y piensan igual.
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17/05/2011 | Frente Externo
U.S. accuses Syria of inciting Israel border clashes
Lebanese delegation files complaint at UN after 10 people killed in border clashes; Israel's delegation plans to follow suit, with complaints against both Syria and Lebanon.
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17/05/2011 | Frente Externo
U.S. accuses Syria of inciting Israel border clashes
Lebanese delegation files complaint at UN after 10 people killed in border clashes; Israel's delegation plans to follow suit, with complaints against both Syria and Lebanon.
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09/05/2011 | Frente Externo
Bahrain to lift state of emergency
Bahrain's Sunni king has ordered a state of emergency to be lifted from June 1, after imposing it following weeks of Shi'ite-led street protests in the Gulf Arab kingdom, the state news agency said on Sunday.
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09/05/2011 | Frente Externo
Bahrain to lift state of emergency
Bahrain's Sunni king has ordered a state of emergency to be lifted from June 1, after imposing it following weeks of Shi'ite-led street protests in the Gulf Arab kingdom, the state news agency said on Sunday.
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04/05/2011 | Frente Externo
N. Korea holding 200,000 political prisoners: Amnesty International
North Korea is holding around 200,000 people in huge political prison camps where inmates are forced to work in conditions approaching slavery and are often tortured, Amnesty International said on Tuesday.
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04/05/2011 | Frente Externo
N. Korea holding 200,000 political prisoners: Amnesty International
North Korea is holding around 200,000 people in huge political prison camps where inmates are forced to work in conditions approaching slavery and are often tortured, Amnesty International said on Tuesday.
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29/04/2011 | En Parrilla
Fury in Venezuela's left over Colombian rebel arrest
Left-wing groups and lawmakers close to Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez burned effigies of top officials on Thursday to protest the extradition to Colombia of a suspected senior rebel leader.
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29/04/2011 | En Parrilla
Fury in Venezuela's left over Colombian rebel arrest
Left-wing groups and lawmakers close to Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez burned effigies of top officials on Thursday to protest the extradition to Colombia of a suspected senior rebel leader.
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23/04/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Egypt ex-energy minister detained for questioning on Israel gas deal
Israel gets 40 percent of its natural gas from Egypt under arrangement put in place after 1979 peace deal; Egyptian opposition groups complain gas was sold to Israel under preferential prices.
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23/04/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Egypt ex-energy minister detained for questioning on Israel gas deal
Israel gets 40 percent of its natural gas from Egypt under arrangement put in place after 1979 peace deal; Egyptian opposition groups complain gas was sold to Israel under preferential prices.
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18/04/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Regulators halt U.S. lending by Venezuelan state bank
The Federal Reserve Board said on Friday it imposed a lending halt and civil penalties of $1.8 million against Venezuelan state-owned Banco Industrial de Venezuela after repeated examinations of its U.S. operations found deficiencies.
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18/04/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Regulators halt U.S. lending by Venezuelan state bank
The Federal Reserve Board said on Friday it imposed a lending halt and civil penalties of $1.8 million against Venezuelan state-owned Banco Industrial de Venezuela after repeated examinations of its U.S. operations found deficiencies.
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16/04/2011 | Frente Externo
Obama: Libia está en un punto muerto, pero ´Gadafi debe irse´
El presidente de EEUU, Barack Obama, reconoció el viernes que había un "punto muerto" sobre el terreno en Libia, pero dijo que aún esperaba que la campaña de tres semanas tuviera éxito y finalmente derrocara a Muamar el Gadafi.
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13/04/2011 | Frente Externo
Perú - Elecciones 2011: ¿De dónde cosecharían votos Humala y Fujimori?
La agencia de noticias Reuters analiza el panorama que se presentaría en la segunda vuelta electoral.
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13/04/2011 | Frente Externo
Mexico Works More Than Any Other OECD Nation, Survey Finds
Mexicans work the longest days and Belgians the shortest, according to a study of 29 industrialized countries released by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on Tuesday.
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12/04/2011 | Frente Externo
Africa - Líderes rivales de Costa de Marfil
Combatientes leales a Alassane Ouattara arrestaron el lunes a su rival presidencial Laurent Gbagbo en Abiyán, poniendo fin a un enfrentamiento político de meses que reavivó la guerra civil en el mayor productor de cacao del mundo.
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11/04/2011 | Frente Externo
Peru presidential election goes to run-off
Leftist Ollanta Humala won the first round of Peru's presidential election on Sunday but he did not win a majority according to exit polls and will now likely face rightist lawmaker Keiko Fujimori in a run-off.
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10/04/2011 | Frente Externo
Peru - Election 2011: Leftist takes the lead in Peru's presidential elections
Peru’s left-wing nationalist candidate Ollanta Humala won the first round of presidential elections Sunday, and looked set to face off against conservative lawmaker Keiko Fujimori, who narrowly came in second place, exit polls showed.
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05/04/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Smuggling weapons into stronghold in Mali
Al-Qaeda is exploiting the conflict in Libya to acquire weapons, including surface-to-air missiles, and smuggle them to a stronghold in northern Mali, a senior security official in neighboring Algeria told Reuters.
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30/03/2011 | Frente Externo
Libya rebels not anti-West, but Qaeda a worry-group
Libya's rebels are not the anti-Western militants Muammar Gaddafi says they are, but worsening turmoil and killings of civilians by the West would help al Qaeda get a foothold, according to a British think tank.
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20/03/2011 | Frente Externo
Cascada de dimisiones en Yemen tras la muerte de decenas de manifestantes
Importantes miembros del partido en el poder abandonan sus cargos mientras el ejército patrulla las calles de la capital, Saná.
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20/03/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Libya to give weapons to one million people: report
Libya's government has begun distributing arms to more than one million people and will complete the operation within hours, the state news agency reported on Sunday.
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19/03/2011 | Frente Externo
Libia - Francia dice que lanzará el ataque en las próximas horas
El embajador francés de las Naciones Unidas, Gerard Araud, ha asegurado que mañana se reunirán en París los países participantes en la operación. "Creo que será un buen momento para enviar la última señal", ha declarado.
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15/03/2011 | Frente Externo
Japan braces for potential radiation catastrophe
Japan faced a potential catastrophe on Tuesday after a quake-crippled nuclear power plant exploded and sent low levels of radiation floating towards Tokyo, prompting some people to flee the capital and others to stock up on essential supplies.
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03/03/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Oil surges after Libya airstrike near oil terminal
Oil prices jumped to near 2-1/2 year highs on Wednesday after an airstrike near Libya's oil infrastructure kept the market braced for a prolonged disruption from the OPEC nation and worried unrest might spread to other regional producers.
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28/02/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Local Mexico drug boss tied to U.S. agent death caught
The Mexican Navy said on Sunday it arrested the alleged regional head of the feared "Zetas" drug gang in connection with this month's murder of a U.S. customs agent by a drug gang.
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27/02/2011 | Frente Externo
Africa - Ivorian army pledges to restore order to Abidjan
Army says fighting in west, will bring order to city.Residents report gunfire in Abidjan after lull.
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26/02/2011 | High Tech
UK - London Stock Exchange Hit by Technical Glitch
The London Stock Exchange suffered a second embarrassing system glitch in a week on Friday when UK share trading failed to start on time, angering clients keen to trade because of tension in Libya.
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23/02/2011 | Frente Externo
Libya - Defiant Gaddafi vows to die as martyr, fight revolt
A defiant Muammar Gaddafi vowed on Tuesday to die "a martyr" in Libya and said he would crush a revolt which has seen eastern regions already break free from four decades of his rule.
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21/02/2011 | Frente Externo
Libya protesters seize streets, Bahrain mood eases
Libyans protesting against Muammar Gaddafi's rule appeared to control the streets of Benghazi on Sunday, even though the security forces have killed scores in the bloodiest of multiple revolts now rocking the Arab world.
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19/02/2011 | Frente Externo
El rey de Bahréin encarga a su hijo negociar con «todos los partidos»
El príncipe heredero recibe plenos poderes para «satisfacer todas las expectativas de los ciudadanos».
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19/02/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
China Flexes Muscles With US As Biggest Creditor: WikiLeaks
Confidential diplomatic cables from the U.S. embassies in Beijing and Hong Kong lay bare China's growing influence as America's largest creditor.
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18/02/2011 | Frente Externo
U.S. slaps sanctions on Iran's Bank Refah
The United States on Thursday imposed sanctions on Iran's Bank Refah for facilitating the purchase of millions of dollars worth of missiles and tanks by the Defense Ministry.
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16/02/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
UK Inflation Surges to 4%, Highest Since Nov. 2008
British consumer price inflation surged to double the Bank of England's target in January, official data showed on Tuesday, raising pressure on the central bank to look seriously at increasing interest rates.
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16/02/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
México - Cárteles del narcotráfico amenazan a perforadores de gas natural
Los sospechosos de pertenecer a Los Zetas pidieron 10% de lo que Petróleos Mexicanos pagaba por el contrato de gas, precisa un ejecutivo de una empresa, que pidió no ser identificado, porque el monopolio petrolero no permite a sus contratistas hablar sobre la inseguridad en el norte.
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29/01/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentina - Bolsa y bonos bajan por aversión global al riesgo
Disturbios en Egipto crean cautela en mercados globales.PIB EEUU crece menos que esperado por analistas.Bolsa cae liderada por acciones financieras.Bonos operan en baja por aversión al riesgo. * Riesgo país sube fuerte, supera 500 puntos básicos
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26/01/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Chile says to invest military copper funds overseas
Overseas investment could help offset capital inflows. Military got $866 mln in Jan-Sept period from copper tax.
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25/01/2011 | Frente Externo
Obama to visit Brazil in sign of warmer ties: paper
U.S. President Barack Obama plans to visit Brazil in March in a sign that ties between the two countries are substantially improving after a year of tension over Iran, Folha de S.Paulo newspaper reported on Tuesday.
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22/01/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Brasil - Bonos Petrobras enfrentan riesgo saturación: Credit Suisse
La venta de 6 mil mdd del nuevo bono con varios vencimientos, que fue también la oferta de bonos corporativos más grande de Brasil, elevó la cifra de bonos en dólares en circulación de Petrobras en 53 por ciento a un record de 17 mil 250 mdd.
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20/01/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
El cártel de Sinaloa se consolida como el mayor de México
El cártel de Sinaloa, dirigido por el prófugo Joaquín "el Chapo" Guzmán, se consolidó en los últimos años como el grupo del narcotráfico dominante en México por su capacidad para corromper autoridades y la diversificación e internacionalización de sus actividades.
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14/01/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Petróleo a USD 100 para este trimestre
El petróleo superaría los USD100 este trimestre, aunque sería improbable alcanzar pronto un nuevo récord de más de USD147 por barril, según un sondeo de Reuters entre analistas bancarios e inversionistas.
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10/01/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Brazil to spend $6 bln on border controls-report
Brazil is planning to spend $6 billion (10 billion reais) on a new project to protect its borders against smuggling and arms trafficking, Folha de S. Paulo newspaper reported on Sunday.
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07/01/2011 | Frente Externo
Hungría, dispuesta a cambiar su controvertida ley de prensa si se lo pide la Unión Europea
El Gobierno húngaro se declaró este jueves dispuesto a reformar su controvertida ley de medios si así lo exige la Unión Europea. "Somos parte de la UE y hay reglas de juego", afirmó el primer ministro Viktor Orban en una rueda de prensa celebrada antes de la ceremonia que dará el pistoletazo de salida al nuevo semestre de presidencia comunitaria, en el que el ex país comunista tomará el relevo de Bélgica.
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31/12/2010 | Frente Externo
Bolivia - Bolivians in streets to protest fuel hikes
Bus and truck drivers and powerful citizens groups took to the streets of several Bolivian cities on Thursday to protest a fuel price increase in a challenge to leftist President Evo Morales.
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31/12/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
Brasil - Inflación da señales de ceder
El crecimiento económico en desaceleración de Brasil debería ayudar a controlar la inflación el próximo año, dijo el jueves el ministro de Hacienda, Guido Mantega.
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28/12/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Venezuela arrests more than 12,000 for drug crimes
Venezuela has detained 12,376 people for drug-related crimes this year, about 40 percent more than in 2009, as the South American nation continues to be a major shipment route, authorities said on Monday.
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25/12/2010 | Frente Externo
W.African bloc to give I.Coast's Gbagbo ultimatum
West African regional bloc ECOWAS said on Friday it will send a special envoy to the Ivory Coast to tell incumbent president Laurent Gbagbo he must stand down or face "legitimate force".
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24/12/2010 | Frente Externo
Venezuela opposition slams coup d’etat by Chavez
Venezuela’s opposition accused President Hugo Chavez on Wednesday of a “coup d’etat” after the outgoing parliament gave him the power to rule by decree for 18 months and pushed through a host of new laws.
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09/12/2010 | Frente Externo
Brazil's Rousseff picks 5 ministers from top party
Energy minister to oversee oil industry overhaul. Social Security minister to face rising deficit. Party support crucial for Rousseff's reforms
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03/12/2010 | Frente Externo
FACTBOX-Key political risks to watch in Ecuador
Ecuador has calmed down since hundreds of police officers mutinied on Sept 30, causing deadly riots and surrounding leftist President Rafael Correa for hours in a Quito hospital where he had taken refuge.
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30/11/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
WikiLeaks plans to release a U.S. bank's documents
The founder of whistle-blower website WikiLeaks plans to release tens of thousands of internal documents from a major U.S. bank early next year, Forbes Magazine reported on Monday.
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20/11/2010 | En Parrilla
Robert Gates to attend defense ministers meeting in Bolivia
Defense Secretary Robert Gates attends a defense ministers meeting on Sunday that will bring him face-to-face with his counterparts from Venezuela and Bolivia, two countries often critical of U.S. policy.
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20/11/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
China sube encaje bancario para combatir inflación
El endurecimiento monetario tuvo como objetivo "reforzar el manejo de la liquidez y controlar adecuadamente la emisión de dinero y la concesión de créditos", asegura el Banco Popular de China.
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13/11/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
APEC busca crear zona de libre comercio
En un borrador de la declaración que se emitirá este fin de semana, los líderes adoptarán lo que han llamado su primer esfuerzo real por elaborar un marco en pro del crecimiento de largo plazo en la región.
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13/11/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
Sudamérica en la mira de inversionistas agrícolas internacionales
En un foro de inversión agrícola, administradores de capital privado y de fondos nombraron a Sudamérica como el principal lugar para comprar, arrendar y administrar tierras agrícolas con fines de lucro.
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13/11/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
Flujo de fondos hacia A. Latina podría desestabilizar a las economías de la región
La Federación Latinoamericana de Bancos (Felaban), que reúne a unas 500 entidades financieras, advirtió que los enormes flujos de fondos desde países desarrollados hacia A. Latina podrían desestabilizar a las pujantes economías de la región.
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11/11/2010 | Frente Externo
Reino Unido - 32 detenidos y 14 heridos en la revuelta estudiantil en las calles de Londres
Treinta y dos personas han sido detenidas y otras 14, entre ellas tres policías, están heridas leves durante los incidentes que se han producido tras la manifestación estudiantil en la sede del Partido Conservador británico, según Scotland Yard.
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05/11/2010 | Medio Ambiente
India - Seguidores de Harry Potter reducen población de lechuzas
Grupos ecologistas culpan a Hedwig, la lechuza blanca de Potter, de incentivar el comercio de estos pájaros, debido a que los seguidores quieren tener una para parecerse al joven mago.
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05/11/2010 | Medio Ambiente
India - Seguidores de Harry Potter reducen población de lechuzas
Grupos ecologistas culpan a Hedwig, la lechuza blanca de Potter, de incentivar el comercio de estos pájaros, debido a que los seguidores quieren tener una para parecerse al joven mago.
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19/10/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
El ciberataque invisible que ningún antivirus puede detectar
Alertan de un nuevo tipo de amenaza muy sofisticada que funciona como una «llave maestra» en los ordenadores.
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06/10/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Special report: Mexico's growing legion of narco orphans
A forlorn little figure, five-year-old Bryan perches at the door of Irma Casas's office at a women's shelter in this murderous border city. He has walked all the way here to tell her, again, that his mother is in a bad way, again.
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14/09/2010 | Frente Externo
Periodista EEUU sorprendido por rectificación de Castro
El líder cubano dijo que sus palabras fueron tomadas ‘al pie de la letra’ y significaban ‘exactamente lo contrario’.
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14/09/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Argentina in talks with Embraer over military plane
Argentina could soon join with other countries in the region to help develop a military transport plane built by Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer, a defense ministry spokesman said on Monday.
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06/09/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
Isagen Colombia explora fuente geotérmica con Ecuador
La tercera mayor generadora eléctrica colombiana, precisó que el BID otorgará US$900.000 para los estudios en regiones como el macizo volcánico del Nevado del Ruiz, en la Cordillera Central de Colombia, y en los límites con Ecuador.
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06/09/2010 | Frente Externo
Sondeo revela que Dilma Rousseff mantiene ventaja electoral en Brasil
Según una encuesta de Datafolha publicada en el periódico Folha de Sao Paulo, la candidata presidencial oficialista cosechó el 50% de intención de voto en comparación con el 49% de la semana anterior.
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26/08/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Drug hitmen dump 72 bodies at Mexican ranch
Mexican marines found 72 corpses at a remote ranch near the U.S. border, the Mexican navy said on Wednesday, the biggest single discovery of its kind in Mexico's increasingly bloody drug war.
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26/08/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Drug hitmen dump 72 bodies at Mexican ranch
Mexican marines found 72 corpses at a remote ranch near the U.S. border, the Mexican navy said on Wednesday, the biggest single discovery of its kind in Mexico's increasingly bloody drug war.
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23/08/2010 | Sociedad
El turismo negro llega a México en busca del lado oscuro
Vivir problemas sociales de primera mano, la experiencia; visitan Tepito y zonas zapatistas o son por momentos un ilegal perseguido por la ‘migra’.
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23/08/2010 | Sociedad
El turismo negro llega a México en busca del lado oscuro
Vivir problemas sociales de primera mano, la experiencia; visitan Tepito y zonas zapatistas o son por momentos un ilegal perseguido por la ‘migra’.
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15/08/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Karzai asks Obama for review of Afghanistan war
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has asked U.S. President Barack Obama to review how the war in Afghanistan is being conducted as civilian deaths continue to rise, Karzai's office said on Saturday.
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15/08/2010 | En Parrilla
China paper warns military thinking outmoded
China's military thinking is outmoded and should learn from others, especially the United States, when it comes to modernizing its vast armed forces, a leading armed forces newspaper said on Sunday.
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04/08/2010 | Medio Ambiente
BP lanza la operación para sellar definitivamente el pozo en el Golfo de México
Empieza la operación 'Static Kill' en el pozo dañado.Las acciones de BP se recuperan tras la caída inicial.La compañía enfrenta pruebas sobre operaciones ilegales.
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25/07/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Al Qaeda asesina al rehén francés en respuesta a la fracasada operación militar
La rama de Al Qaeda en el norte de África ha anunciado que han asesinado al rehén francés que tenían secuestrado desde el mes de abril, en respuesta a la reciente operación militar conjunta entre Francia y Mauritania, según la televisión Al Jazeera.
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25/07/2010 | Sociedad
Reino Unido - Mujeres musulmanas no pueden subir a autobús por llevar velo, en Londres
La compañía de autobuses de Londres Metroline dijo que estaba investigando las acusaciones de dos mujeres musulmanas que dijeron que un conductor les prohibió el ingreso en la capital porque una de ellas llevaba un velo.
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06/07/2010 | Frente Externo
FT says BP stops supplying fuel to Iranian aircraft
The Financial Times said oil major BP (BP.L) had stopped refuelling Iranian aircraft in response to far-reaching U.S sanctions to isolate Tehran economically.
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06/07/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Pakistán renueva llamado al diálogo con algunos talibanes
El Gobierno de Pakistán, bajo nuevas presiones para entregar estabilidad luego de que atacantes suicidas mataran a decenas de personas la semana pasada, renovó el lunes su llamado a conversar con militantes talibanes listos para renunciar a la violencia.
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06/07/2010 | Transparencia
Denuncian gestión paralela de funcionarios diplomáticos de Argentina en Venezuela
Empresarios argentinos debían pagar hasta 20% en sobornos a las autoridades que manejaban "embajada paralela". Comisiones para apoyar ciertos negocios serían parte de un acuerdo entre el ex presidente Kirchner y Hugo Chávez.
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30/06/2010 | Frente Externo
Brazil election poll confirms Rousseff's lead
Ruling party candidate Dilma Rousseff holds a 5 percentage point lead over opposition hopeful Jose Serra in Brazil's presidential race, according to a poll released on Tuesday.
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30/06/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Ecuador threatens to cut Colombia ties over spy plot
Ecuador's President Rafael Correa threatened to break off diplomatic ties again with Colombia on Tuesday over accusations that its agents wiretapped top Ecuadorean officials, including the leftist leader.
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08/06/2010 | Sociedad
¿Una sucursal bancaria sólo para mujeres? Sí, en Irán
Un banco sólo para mujeres abrió el lunes en Irán, permitiendo que sean las damas quienes manejen sus finanzas y eviten el trato con hombres que no son sus parientes, algo que podría atraer a las familias religiosas que se oponen a la mezcla entre sexos.
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02/06/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
Grecia anuncia privatización parcial del tren, agua y correo
El objetivo es contar con un estado que garantice los servicios públicos, pero al mismo tiempo apuntalar al dinamismo de la economía griega, comenta George Papaconstantinou, ministro de Finanzas.
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27/05/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Rusia e Irán: el desencuentro de dos aliados
La reciente diatriba de Irán contra Rusia por su apoyo a las nuevas sanciones de la ONU muestra la ruptura de la vieja alianza que existía entre los dos países. El presidente Mahmoud Ahmadineyad emitió recientemente un comunicado dirigido a su homólogo ruso Dimitry Medvedev sugiriéndole que actúe con "más cautela" y que "debe pensar más". El Kremlin ha respondido denunciando la "demagogia política" del líder iraní.
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27/05/2010 | Frente Externo
Peru indigenous leader detained, blamed for unrest
Alberto Pizango, an indigenous leader sought by Peru's police for allegedly fueling protests against foreign investment in which more than 30 people were killed, was detained on Wednesday upon returning from self-imposed exile in Nicaragua.
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24/05/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Police patrol Jamaican capital after attacks
Heavily armed police patrolled the Jamaican capital Monday after at least three people were killed in an outbreak of violence by suspected supporters of an alleged drug lord who faces extradition to the United States.
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20/05/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Thailand's ex-PM Thaksin predicts guerrilla war
Exiled former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said on Wednesday that a military crackdown on protesters backing him could spawn mass discontent and lead to guerrilla warfare.
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12/05/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Chile holds Pakistani over explosive at U.S. embassy
A Chilean judge ordered a Pakistani man to be held under an anti-terrorism law Tuesday after he was arrested in the U.S. embassy in Chile with traces of explosive on him.
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06/05/2010 | Sociedad
Un científico acusa a Chávez de usar la muerte de Bolívar con fines políticos
Un científico estadounidense que sostiene que Simon Bolivar podría haber muerto intoxicado con arsénico acusó este martes al presidente venezolano, Hugo Chávez, de utilizarle con fines políticos.
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05/05/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico sees no quick victory in drug war
Mexico's drug violence that has killed 23,000 people could rage for years before being curtailed, judging by past anti-crime fights in Italy, Colombia and the United States, the government said on Tuesday.
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25/04/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
EEUU urge al FMI y a la zona euro a agilizar la ayuda a Grecia
El secretario del Tesoro de Estados Unidos, Timothy Geithner, ha instado al sábado al Fondo Monetario Internacional (FMI) y a los países de la zona euro a moverse rápidamente para entregar un paquete de apoyo financiero a la endeudada Grecia.
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15/04/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Brazil's Lula warns Iran on nuclear arms
Lula says will caution Iran against nuclear arms
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14/04/2010 | En Profundidad
Chavez Rallies Armed Youths to Defend Socialism
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez called on 35,000 armed militias on Tuesday to defend his socialist revolution with their lives if necessary as he faces a test of its popularity in elections in September.
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08/04/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Colombia Blasts Arrest Of ¨Spies¨ By Venezuela
Colombian President Alvaro Uribe accused Venezuela on Wednesday of violating the rights of a group of Colombians arrested in the neighboring country for allegedly spying on its ailing energy infrastructure.
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02/04/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
Producción petrolera de Rusia alcanza nivel récord en marzo
La producción de crudo de Rusia trepó en 0.4 por ciento en marzo a 10.12 millones de barriles por día (bpd) desde 10.08 millones de bpd en febrero, mostraron datos del Ministerio de Energía.
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30/03/2010 | Frente Externo
Twitter's heady rise has Venezuela's Hugo Chavez in spin
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's opponents have jumped on the use of Twitter and other social networking sites, opening up a new flank in a decade-long campaign against the self-proclaimed socialist revolutionary who they accuse of silencing critical media and attacking free speech.
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28/03/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
México - F. Calderón: Grupos de EEUU, obstáculo en guerra contra el narco
El gobierno de México dice que el 90 por ciento de las armas usadas por bandas de narcotraficantes son compradas en Estados Unidos. Los grupos de derechos de armas de ese país se oponen a tal restricción.
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18/03/2010 | Transparencia
Russian Corruption 'May Force Western Firms to Quit'
Extortion by corrupt officials in Russia has gotten so bad that some Western multinationals are considering pulling out altogether, the head of a U.S. anti-bribery group said in an interview.
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16/03/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Fresh reports surface of Taliban-al Qaeda rift
According to the Los Angeles Times, a growing number of Taliban militants in the Pakistani border region are refusing to collaborate with Al Qaeda fighters, declining to provide shelter or assist in attacks in Afghanistan even in return for payment. It quotes U.S. military and counter-terrorism officials as saying that threats to the militants’ long-term survival from Pakistani, Afghan and foreign military action are driving some Afghan Taliban away from Al Qaeda.
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16/03/2010 | En Parrilla
Pakistan getting ahead of itself on the Afghan chessboard?
If you have been reading news reports and blogs in recent weeks on Pakistan’s Afghanistan strategy, you would think Islamabad has emerged at the top of the heap, holding all the cards to a possible endgame. Its close ties to the Afghan Taliban put Islamabad in a unique position for a negotiated settlement to the eight-year-war, with little place for arch rival India which has been trying to muscle into its sphere of influence.
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04/03/2010 | Frente Externo
Chávez Dismisses Spanish Claim of Rebel Links
President Hugo Chávez said Wednesday that his administration did not support terrorist groups, in his first response to a Spanish judge who accused Venezuela of having links with Basque separatists and a rebel group in Colombia.
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25/02/2010 | Frente Externo
Brazil leftist says could leave presidential race
A center-left former governor running third in opinion polls for Brazil's presidential election in October said on Wednesday he could drop out of the race to run for the governorship of Sao Paulo state instead.
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24/02/2010 | Frente Externo
Brazil scandal could hurt opposition in election
The acting governor of Brazil's federal district resigned on Tuesday over a corruption scandal that has tarnished one of the main opposition parties and could affect the campaign of front-runner Jose Serra in this October's presidential race.
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24/02/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
Nearly One in Five Americans Underemployed
The U.S. unemployment rate fell from 10 percent to 9.7 percent in January, but a Gallup poll released Tuesday shows that nearly one in five members of the country's workforce is underemployed.
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23/02/2010 | Frente Externo
Cuba blasts U.S. meeting with dissidents
Cuba angrily criticized U.S. officials on Saturday for meeting with government opponents following high-level talks on migration issues and said it showed the United States' real goal is to topple Cuba's communist government, not move toward better relations.
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17/02/2010 | Frente Externo
Argentina demands shipping permits in Falklands row
Argentina said on Tuesday that boats sailing between it and the British-ruled Falkland Islands will need a government permit, deepening a row over oil exploration in the disputed archipelago.
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12/02/2010 | Frente Externo
Ahmadinejad warns Israel against any military move
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Israel should be resisted and finished off if it launched military action in the region, state broadcaster IRIB reported on Thursday.
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12/02/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Pakistan - Attacks continue to target police in northwest region
Twin blasts in Pakistan's northwest have killed at least 14, marking the second attack on police in as many days in the tribal northwest region. The bombings follow speculation that Taliban leader Hakimullah Mehsud is dead.
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03/02/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
Brazil's OAS to tap Peru lagoon in canal project
Brazilian building group OAS said on Tuesday it could start construction in May on a $70 million project in Peru to divert water from the high Andean mountains to a river that supplies the coastal desert capital of Lima.
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30/01/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Pentagon to detail new 'don't ask, don't tell' steps
The Pentagon will unveil steps next week that the military will take to lay the ground for a repeal of its "don't ask, don't tell" policy, which permits gays to serve in uniform as long they hide their sexual orientation, officials said on Thursday.
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26/01/2010 | Frente Externo
Venezuela vice president, defense min resigns
Chavez named Carrizalez as vice president in 2008
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22/01/2010 | Frente Externo
Bolivia's Morales vows to help poor in second term
Dressed in a white llama-wool gown, Bolivian President Evo Morales took part in a symbolic second-term swearing-in ceremony on Thursday featuring shamans and thousands of Indian supporters, then promised to help the poor by advancing his left-wing policies.
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21/01/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Venezuela - Hugo Chavez tries to show he's serious about drugs
Powering through Caribbean swell in a heavy gray patrol boat and toting new Kalashnikov guns, soldiers scouring the craggy coves of Paria peninsula for cocaine smugglers look like they mean business.
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16/01/2010 | Sociedad
Un tribunal condena a Stalin por genocidio
Entre lo que para muchos es sorpresa, para otros justicia y para otros rid�culo, Ucrania decidi� revisar fragmentos de su propia historia. Al cabo de un proceso judicial comenzado en mayo pasado, hace dos d�as, un tribunal de Kiev comenz� a cerrar el polvoriento expediente del llamado Holodomor, como se conoce al per�odo de hambruna que asol� al pa�s durante el bienio 1931-1933, cuando Ucrania formaba parte de la Uni�n Sovi�tica. El principal acusado: nada menos que Josep Stalin. El saldo de su plan para someter a Ucrania por hambre: de cuatro a diez millones de muertos.
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13/01/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Venezuela - Pentagon calls Chavez U.S. plot talk ¨diversion¨
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is making "baseless" accusations of a U.S. military plot to distract Venezuelans from real troubles at home, such as a currency devaluation, a top Pentagon official told Reuters.
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08/01/2010 | Frente Externo
Italia - Revuelta de inmigrantes en el sur tras un ataque xenófobo
Varios grupos de inmigrantes protagonizaron revueltas el jueves por la noche en el sur de Italia, donde quemaron automóviles y rompieron escaparates en protesta por el ataque de una banda de jóvenes contra trabajadores rurales africanos, según informó la policía.
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06/01/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Colombia rebels, al Qaeda in ''unholy'' drug alliance
Colombian guerrillas have entered into "an unholy alliance" with Islamic extremists who are helping the Marxist rebels smuggle cocaine through Africa on its way to European consumers, a U.S. official told Reuters.
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05/01/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
EE.UU. - Seguridad: Cena en honor a Manmohan Singh.Una tercera persona se coló en la fiesta de Estado de la Casa Blanca
Una tercera persona logró colarse en la cena ofrecida en la Casa Blanca en honor al primer ministro indio, pero no hay evidencias de que estuviera en contacto con el presidente o la primera dama, dijo el lunes el Servicio Secreto de Estados Unidos.
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29/12/2009 | Transparencia
Rusia juzgará a policía que denunció corrupción en YouTube
Un ex policía que acusó a sus superiores de corrupción en una serie de videos difundidos en internet será juzgado por abuso de su posición, informaron el lunes investigadores rusos.
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24/12/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Medvedev: Russia to work on new nuclear missiles
Russia will work on a new generation of nuclear missiles to ensure its nuclear deterrent remains effective, President Dmitry Medvedev said on Thursday.
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19/12/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US - Pentagon delays new ¨bunker buster¨ bomb
A "bunker buster" bomb with more than 10 times the explosive power of its predecessor will be put into service by the United States next December, six months later than previously scheduled, the U.S. Defense Department told Reuters on Friday.
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04/12/2009 | Frente Externo
FACTBOX-Policies of Chile's main presidential candidates
Chile's presidential election is a three-way race between a conservative billionaire, a former president from the ruling center-left coalition and an ex-film producer running as an independent.
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04/12/2009 | Frente Externo
FACTBOX-Policies of Chile's main presidential candidates
Chile's presidential election is a three-way race between a conservative billionaire, a former president from the ruling center-left coalition and an ex-film producer running as an independent.
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01/12/2009 | Medio Ambiente
Decision day for Australian carbon laws
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd should know on Tuesday if he has secured his plan for the most comprehensive carbon trade scheme outside of Europe, with the fate of the laws hanging on an opposition leadership vote.
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01/12/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
North Korea nukes: What's next?
The Obama administration will send its first envoy to North Korea to try to revive dormant nuclear disarmament talks, just as tension has heightened on the peninsula after a naval clash between the two Koreas.
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01/12/2009 | Medio Ambiente
Decision day for Australian carbon laws
Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd should know on Tuesday if he has secured his plan for the most comprehensive carbon trade scheme outside of Europe, with the fate of the laws hanging on an opposition leadership vote.
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01/12/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
North Korea nukes: What's next?
The Obama administration will send its first envoy to North Korea to try to revive dormant nuclear disarmament talks, just as tension has heightened on the peninsula after a naval clash between the two Koreas.
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26/11/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Germany Says Nuclear-Armed Iran ‘unacceptable’
A nuclear-armed Iran would be unacceptable and the West cannot wait forever for the Islamic Republic to accept a U.N.-brokered atomic fuel deal, Germany's Foreign Minister said on Wednesday.World powers want Iran to accept a fuel deal that would see it ship low-enriched uranium abroad for reprocessing to help ease tensions. Iran has yet to give a formal reply.
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26/11/2009 | High Tech
EE.UU. - FBI: Ciberataques son guardados por las empresas
Por cada ataque altamente publicitado, como el sufrido por TJX Co y Heartland Payment, en los que redes de piratas informáticos robaron millones de números de tarjetas de crédito, hay muchos más que nunca salen a la luz pública.
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26/11/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Germany Says Nuclear-Armed Iran ‘unacceptable’
A nuclear-armed Iran would be unacceptable and the West cannot wait forever for the Islamic Republic to accept a U.N.-brokered atomic fuel deal, Germany's Foreign Minister said on Wednesday.World powers want Iran to accept a fuel deal that would see it ship low-enriched uranium abroad for reprocessing to help ease tensions. Iran has yet to give a formal reply.
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26/11/2009 | High Tech
EE.UU. - FBI: Ciberataques son guardados por las empresas
Por cada ataque altamente publicitado, como el sufrido por TJX Co y Heartland Payment, en los que redes de piratas informáticos robaron millones de números de tarjetas de crédito, hay muchos más que nunca salen a la luz pública.
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05/11/2009 | Economía y Finanzas
México, EE.UU. y Europa se unen contra China
Piden a un panel de la OMC revisar las restricciones que impone el gigante asiático a varias exportaciones.
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31/10/2009 | Frente Externo
Honduran rivals clinch deal to end crisis
Honduras is on the verge of ending a four-month political crisis after rival camps cut a deal that could return ousted President Manuel Zelaya to power and earn international support for a November 29 election.
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30/10/2009 | En Parrilla
Peru Garcia to push referendum on political reform
President Alan Garcia moved on Thursday to leapfrog Congress and get changes to Peru's political system -- including shorter terms for lawmakers -- passed by referendum.
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28/10/2009 | Frente Externo
Bolivia's Morales favorite in presidential race-poll
Leftist Bolivian President Evo Morales is the clear favorite to win re-election in December, according to an opinion poll published on Tuesday.Morales, the Andean country's first Indian president, nationalized energy, mining and telecommunications companies in his first term and has vowed to further increase the government's role in the economy if he wins the Dec. 6 presidential election.
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27/10/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Venezuela complains about Colombia spying
Venezuela filed a complaint on Monday accusing Colombia's state security agency of spying in its territory in the latest salvo in a simmering diplomatic spat between the Andean neighbors.
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16/10/2009 | Medio Ambiente
El Ártico no tendrá hielo en verano en 20 años
Peter Wadhams, profesor de física oceánica en la University of Cambridge, dijo que buena parte del derretimiento tendrá lugar en una década, aunque el hielo invernal permanecerá durante centenares de años.
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06/10/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Africa - Nigeria's last major oil militant agrees to amnesty
Government Ekpemupolo, also known as Tompolo, whose gunmen were behind many attacks on the oil industry in the western Niger Delta, hands over his weapons.
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03/10/2009 | Economía y Finanzas
U.S. Sept non-farm payrolls plunge 263,000
U.S. employers cut a deeper-than-expected 263,000 jobs in September, lifting the unemployment rate to 9.8 percent, according to a government report on Friday that fueled fears the weak labor market could undermine economic recovery.
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03/10/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Colombia - Encargada de comunicaciones de las FARC es capturada en Bogotá
La presunta encargada de las comunicaciones de las rebeldes Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC), Martha Bibiana Dimate, alias "Lina", fue detenida en esta capital, informó hoy la Policía.
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30/09/2009 | En Parrilla
Bolivia's Morales to win reelection in December-poll
Leftist Bolivian President Evo Morales is likely to win reelection and gain control of both chambers of Congress in December, according to an opinion poll published on Tuesday.
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30/09/2009 | Frente Externo
Bolivia's Morales to win reelection in December-poll
Leftist Bolivian President Evo Morales is likely to win reelection and gain control of both chambers of Congress in December, according to an opinion poll published on Tuesday.Morales, the Andean country's first Indian president, nationalized energy, mining and telecommunications companies in his first term and vows to expand state control over the economy if he wins the Dec. 6 election.
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25/09/2009 | Frente Externo
Brazil's Lula demands overhaul of global architecture
Brazil's president demanded on Wednesday a greater role in global affairs for big developing nations, while asking rich countries to do more to spur free trade and fight climate change
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20/09/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Israel says will not strike Iran: Russia's Medvedev
Israel told Russia it would not launch an attack on Iran, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said in a CNN interview released Sunday, in which he described such an attack as "the worst thing that can be imagined."
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16/09/2009 | Frente Externo
Canada minority party leader eyes gamble on PM
Jack Layton, leader of Canada's left-leaning opposition New Democrats, has suddenly dropped his relentless criticism of Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper and is mulling some kind of deal to keep his right-wing rival in power.
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12/09/2009 | Economía y Finanzas
FMI recomienda mantener políticas expansivas
El jefe del organismo, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, indicó que la crisis no ha terminado, por lo que llamó a los gobiernos a no poner fin a las políticas de apoyo económico.
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11/09/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Venezuela's Chavez draws closer to Moscow
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez cemented a closer alliance with Russia on Thursday, recognizing two pro-Russian rebel regions of Georgia as independent and securing arms supplies and loans in return.
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10/09/2009 | Frente Externo
Venezuela's Chavez accuses Israel of genocide
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has accused Israel of genocide against the Palestinian people, telling a French newspaper that the bombing of Gaza late last year was an unprovoked attack.
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02/09/2009 | Frente Externo
Amnesty urges Obama to lift Cuba sanctions
U.S. President Barack Obama should lift sanctions against Cuba this month in a step towards dismantling the U.S. embargo against the island, rights groups Amnesty International said on Wednesday.
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28/08/2009 | Economía y Finanzas
EE.UU. - Se dispara el número de bancos con problemas
La cifra oficial de bancos y cajas de ahorro en problemas en Estados Unidos se disparó en el segundo trimestre hasta 416, desde los 305 al final del periodo anterior.La Corporación Federal de Seguros de Depósitos (FDIC, por sus siglas en inglés) dijo el jueves que el sector se anotó unas pérdidas de 3.700 millones de dólares en el segundo trimestre, frente a las ganancias de 7.600 millones de dólares en el primer trimestre.
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27/08/2009 | Transparencia
US - Democratic Fundraiser Charged in Citigroup Fraud
The U.S. attorney in New York on Tuesday charged a New York investor and major Democratic fund-raiser with a $74 million scheme to defraud Citigroup.Hassan Nemazee, 59, was charged with one count of bank fraud, and faces up to 30 years in prison plus a fine. His lawyer Marc Mukasey, a former federal prosecutor, did not immediately return a call seeking comment.
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27/08/2009 | Frente Externo
FACTBOX-Policies of Chile's main presidential candidates
Chile's presidential election is shaping up to be a three-way race between a conservative billionaire, a former president from the ruling center-left coalition and an ex-film producer running as an independent.
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19/08/2009 | Economía y Finanzas
Venezuela seeks new terms for Caribbean oil aid
Venezuela said on Sunday it is renegotiating an oil deal which gives favorable terms to poor Caribbean and Central American countries and is an integral part of President Hugo Chavez's foreign policy.
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18/08/2009 | Frente Externo
Venezuela - Chavez says Obama ¨lost in space¨ on Latin America
U.S. President Barack Obama is "lost in the Andromeda" galaxy on Latin American policy, his chief critic in the region, Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, said on Sunday, while demanding the closure of U.S. military bases.
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08/08/2009 | En Parrilla
Cuba - El papel higiénico empieza a escasear
Cuba, en las garras de una grave crisis económica, se encuentra con serias dificultades para garantizar el suministro suficiente de papel higiénico a todos sus ciudadanos hasta finales de año, según anunciaron varios funcionarios estatales este viernes.
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08/08/2009 | Economía y Finanzas
México, Canadá, EE.UU. - Obama: no es momento de renegociar TLCAN
El mandatario de Estados Unidos argumentó el débil estado de las economías estadounidense, mexicana y canadiense, y añadió que su prioridad ahora es asegurar la fortaleza de las tres naciones miembro.
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08/08/2009 | En Parrilla
Cuba - El papel higiénico empieza a escasear
Cuba, en las garras de una grave crisis económica, se encuentra con serias dificultades para garantizar el suministro suficiente de papel higiénico a todos sus ciudadanos hasta finales de año, según anunciaron varios funcionarios estatales este viernes.
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08/08/2009 | Economía y Finanzas
México, Canadá, EE.UU. - Obama: no es momento de renegociar TLCAN
El mandatario de Estados Unidos argumentó el débil estado de las economías estadounidense, mexicana y canadiense, y añadió que su prioridad ahora es asegurar la fortaleza de las tres naciones miembro.
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05/08/2009 | Sociedad
Sudán - Dispersan marcha en favor de detenida por llevar pantalones
Lubna Hussein, ex periodista y representante de prensa de Naciones Unidas, fue aprehendida en julio y está acusada de cometer un acto indecente.La policía usó gases lacrimógenos para dispersar una manifestación este martes en la capital de Sudán en apoyo a una mujer que podría ser condenada a 40 latigazos por usar pantalones en público, en un caso que se ha convertido en una prueba para las leyes locales de indecencia.
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05/08/2009 | Frente Externo
International News Safety Institute (INSI): Somalia y México, los países más peligrosos para periodistas
Calificó de “preocupación grave” la situación en nuestro país, con al menos tres muertes confirmadas.Al menos 46 periodistas murieron mientras realizaban su trabajo en 21 países este año, siendo Somalia y México los lugares más peligrosos para los medios, según el International News Safety Institute (INSI).
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05/08/2009 | Sociedad
Sudán - Dispersan marcha en favor de detenida por llevar pantalones
Lubna Hussein, ex periodista y representante de prensa de Naciones Unidas, fue aprehendida en julio y está acusada de cometer un acto indecente.La policía usó gases lacrimógenos para dispersar una manifestación este martes en la capital de Sudán en apoyo a una mujer que podría ser condenada a 40 latigazos por usar pantalones en público, en un caso que se ha convertido en una prueba para las leyes locales de indecencia.
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05/08/2009 | Frente Externo
International News Safety Institute (INSI): Somalia y México, los países más peligrosos para periodistas
Calificó de “preocupación grave” la situación en nuestro país, con al menos tres muertes confirmadas.Al menos 46 periodistas murieron mientras realizaban su trabajo en 21 países este año, siendo Somalia y México los lugares más peligrosos para los medios, según el International News Safety Institute (INSI).
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31/07/2009 | Frente Externo
China Holds Rights Lawyer, Sets Activist Trial Date
A leading Chinese legal aid lawyer has been taken from his home, and a date fixed for the trial of an activist for possessing state secrets, in the latest blows to the country's small community of rights campaigners.
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31/07/2009 | Frente Externo
China Holds Rights Lawyer, Sets Activist Trial Date
A leading Chinese legal aid lawyer has been taken from his home, and a date fixed for the trial of an activist for possessing state secrets, in the latest blows to the country's small community of rights campaigners.
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27/07/2009 | Economía y Finanzas
EE.UU. - Obama busca mayor cooperación con China
El presidente Barack Obama llamó el lunes a profundizar la cooperación económica entre Estados Unidos y China, tras delinear una amplia agenda para conformar una relación bilateral positiva entre dos socios que a menudo se miran con desconfianza.
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27/07/2009 | Economía y Finanzas
EE.UU. - Obama busca mayor cooperación con China
El presidente Barack Obama llamó el lunes a profundizar la cooperación económica entre Estados Unidos y China, tras delinear una amplia agenda para conformar una relación bilateral positiva entre dos socios que a menudo se miran con desconfianza.
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22/07/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
México - Coloca EEUU a narcos mexicanos en lista negra
A dos capos del cártel del Golfo y dos cabecillas de ‘Los Zetas’ se les congelará cualquier activo que pudieran tener.El Tesoro estadunidense anunció el lunes que colocó a cuatro líderes de cárteles de la droga mexicanos en una lista especial de sanciones.
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22/07/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
México - Coloca EEUU a narcos mexicanos en lista negra
A dos capos del cártel del Golfo y dos cabecillas de ‘Los Zetas’ se les congelará cualquier activo que pudieran tener.El Tesoro estadunidense anunció el lunes que colocó a cuatro líderes de cárteles de la droga mexicanos en una lista especial de sanciones.
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16/07/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Germany's BND denies report on Iran bomb timing
Germany's foreign intelligence agency BND denied a report in a magazine on Wednesday that its experts believe Iran is capable of producing and testing an atomic bomb within six months.
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16/07/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Germany's BND denies report on Iran bomb timing
Germany's foreign intelligence agency BND denied a report in a magazine on Wednesday that its experts believe Iran is capable of producing and testing an atomic bomb within six months.
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16/07/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Germany's BND denies report on Iran bomb timing
Germany's foreign intelligence agency BND denied a report in a magazine on Wednesday that its experts believe Iran is capable of producing and testing an atomic bomb within six months.
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31/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Gadafi se reúne con el rey saudí para poner fin a seis años de tensiones
Libia y Arabia Saudí parecen haber acabado con su ya legendaria enemistad en la cumbre árabe de Doha, después del desencuentro del 2003. Según un funcionario saudí, el líder libio Muammar Gadafi y el rey saudí Abdullah se han reunido hoy durante 30 minutos aprovechando la cumbre en un encuentro visto como una oportunidad para limar asperezas entre el mundo árabe y Occidente.
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25/03/2009 | Medio Ambiente
Al Gore propondrá un plan mundial contra el cambio climático en su nuevo libro
'Our choice' (Nuestra decisión) es el título del segundo ensayo 'verde' del premio Nobel de la Paz.
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20/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Perú presentó argumentos limítrofes contra Chile
La demanda peruana ante La Haya es por temas marítimos. Chile sostiene que el conflicto no existe, pero anunció que ante la demanda está bien preparado para defenderse.
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19/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Africa - Sudan's Bashir Rallies Arab Tribesmen in Darfur
Sudan's president rallied thousands of spear-waving Arab tribesmen in Darfur on Wednesday in his latest show of defiance against international moves to arrest him for war crimes.
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19/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Africa - Sudan's Bashir Rallies Arab Tribesmen in Darfur
Sudan's president rallied thousands of spear-waving Arab tribesmen in Darfur on Wednesday in his latest show of defiance against international moves to arrest him for war crimes.
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15/03/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
U.S. May Join Franco-German EU Copter Project
The United States may join a Franco-German project to build a new heavy transport helicopter that is already open to other EU states, the European Union said on Friday, a sign the economic crisis is hitting defence budgets.
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15/03/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
U.S. May Join Franco-German EU Copter Project
The United States may join a Franco-German project to build a new heavy transport helicopter that is already open to other EU states, the European Union said on Friday, a sign the economic crisis is hitting defence budgets.
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11/03/2009 | High Tech
Temen mal uso de versión india de Google Earth
India está lanzando su propia versión de Google Earth para planificación urbana, dijeron ayer las autoridades, en medio de temores de que pueda ser usado incorrectamente por extremistas para planear ataques como los de Bombay.
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11/03/2009 | High Tech
Temen mal uso de versión india de Google Earth
India está lanzando su propia versión de Google Earth para planificación urbana, dijeron ayer las autoridades, en medio de temores de que pueda ser usado incorrectamente por extremistas para planear ataques como los de Bombay.
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10/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Madagascar's Army Issues 72-Hour Crisis Ultimatum
Madagascar's army gave the country's feuding leaders 72 hours on Tuesday to resolve a political crisis that has killed about 135 people and devastated the economy, or face an intervention by the military.
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10/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Madagascar's Army Issues 72-Hour Crisis Ultimatum
Madagascar's army gave the country's feuding leaders 72 hours on Tuesday to resolve a political crisis that has killed about 135 people and devastated the economy, or face an intervention by the military.
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02/03/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Ecuador investiga choque militar con las Farc
El enfrentamiento con la guerrilla habría ocurrido en el sector conocido como Coembí, en la provincia de Sucumbíos, en la frontera amazónica con Colombia.
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02/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Congo Parliament Leaders Quit as Rwanda Row Spreads
Most of the members of Democratic Republic of Congo's top parliamentary committee have quit in a deepening dispute over the presence of Rwandan forces in the country's violent east, lawmakers said on Friday.
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02/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Bangladesh Army Reaffirms Support for Government
Bangladesh's powerful army has reaffirmed its support for the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina after a mutiny by paramilitary troops killed at least 80 people, mostly army officers.
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02/03/2009 | En Parrilla
Sri Lanka - What's Next for Sri Lanka's 25-Year War?
Sri Lanka dismissed calls for a truce with the Tamil Tigers on Tuesday, with its soldiers battling for control of the last town held by the separatists just a few kilometres away from the site of an expected final showdown.
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02/03/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Ecuador investiga choque militar con las Farc
El enfrentamiento con la guerrilla habría ocurrido en el sector conocido como Coembí, en la provincia de Sucumbíos, en la frontera amazónica con Colombia.
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02/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Congo Parliament Leaders Quit as Rwanda Row Spreads
Most of the members of Democratic Republic of Congo's top parliamentary committee have quit in a deepening dispute over the presence of Rwandan forces in the country's violent east, lawmakers said on Friday.
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02/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Bangladesh Army Reaffirms Support for Government
Bangladesh's powerful army has reaffirmed its support for the government of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina after a mutiny by paramilitary troops killed at least 80 people, mostly army officers.
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02/03/2009 | En Parrilla
Sri Lanka - What's Next for Sri Lanka's 25-Year War?
Sri Lanka dismissed calls for a truce with the Tamil Tigers on Tuesday, with its soldiers battling for control of the last town held by the separatists just a few kilometres away from the site of an expected final showdown.
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20/02/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Iran - Slows Atom Plant Growth but Fuel Stockpile Rises
Iran has slowed the expansion of its uranium enrichment plant but has built up a stockpile of nuclear fuel, an International Atomic Energy Agency report said on Thursday.
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20/02/2009 | En Parrilla
Japan PM Has Support of Most Party Chapters: Poll
Prime Minister Taro Aso has backing from a majority of ruling party chapters to lead the party into an election this year, a survey showed on Thursday, suggesting pressure for the unpopular leader to quit soon may not be big.
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10/01/2009 | Transparencia
India se compromete a detener fraudes tras escándalo de Satyam
El Gobierno ordenó que se registren las oficinas centrales de la firma en Hyderabad, en busca de pistas sobre cómo se escondió el fraude durante tanto tiempo.
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14/12/2008 | Transparencia
Madoff's Alleged $50 Billion Fraud Hits Other Investors
New York - Investors scrambled to assess potential losses from an alleged $50 billion fraud by Bernard Madoff, a day after the arrest of the prominent Wall Street trader.
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10/12/2008 | Frente Externo
Close Ghana Polls Go to Dec. 28 Presidential Runoff
Ghana's presidential election will be decided in a Dec. 28 run-off between the two leading contenders after neither gained over half the vote in the first round, the country's electoral commission said on Wednesday.
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25/11/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Pakistan dissolving military spy agency's political wing
Pakistan has disbanded the political wing of the military intelligence agency, the foreign minister said Sunday.
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25/11/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Pakistan dissolving military spy agency's political wing
Pakistan has disbanded the political wing of the military intelligence agency, the foreign minister said Sunday.
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16/11/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
U.S. critical of Russia's Baltic missile threats
The United States views Russian threats to place tactical missiles in the Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad as provocative and misguided, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Thursday.
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16/11/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
U.S. critical of Russia's Baltic missile threats
The United States views Russian threats to place tactical missiles in the Baltic enclave of Kaliningrad as provocative and misguided, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Thursday.
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02/09/2008 | En Parrilla
Ecuador a moderate in Andean oil nationalizations
Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa is steering away from the energy nationalizations of leftist allies, Venezuela and Bolivia, in a show of moderation that could help him keep oil output steady this year.
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02/09/2008 | En Parrilla
Ecuador a moderate in Andean oil nationalizations
Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa is steering away from the energy nationalizations of leftist allies, Venezuela and Bolivia, in a show of moderation that could help him keep oil output steady this year.
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17/08/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Kiev ofrece dos sistemas antimisiles
El Gobierno de Ucrania, cuyo presidente, Víktor Yushchenko, se ha mostrado muy crítico con Moscú en la crisis de Georgia, anunció ayer que está dispuesto a poner su sistema de misiles de alerta temprana a disposición de los países occidentales. Este anuncio se produce después de que Rusia cancelara el proyecto de desarrollo que mantenían Moscú y Kiev desde 1992 en la materia.
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17/08/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Kiev ofrece dos sistemas antimisiles
El Gobierno de Ucrania, cuyo presidente, Víktor Yushchenko, se ha mostrado muy crítico con Moscú en la crisis de Georgia, anunció ayer que está dispuesto a poner su sistema de misiles de alerta temprana a disposición de los países occidentales. Este anuncio se produce después de que Rusia cancelara el proyecto de desarrollo que mantenían Moscú y Kiev desde 1992 en la materia.
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11/07/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Panama opens helicopter murder probe
Panama has opened an investigation into the alleged disappearance of dozens of foreigners in "death flights" under former President Manuel Noriega's rule in the 1980s, officials said on Thursday.
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11/07/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Panama opens helicopter murder probe
Panama has opened an investigation into the alleged disappearance of dozens of foreigners in "death flights" under former President Manuel Noriega's rule in the 1980s, officials said on Thursday.
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08/04/2008 | Frente Externo
Costa Rican minister steps down over FARC comments
Costa Rican Security Minister Fernando Berrocal will step down on Monday after accusing unnamed politicians of having close links to Colombian rebels, the government said.
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29/03/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico troops head to new U.S. border drug war zone
Mexico will send 1,500 soldiers and more than 400 federal police this week to quell raging violence just across the border from the U.S. city of El Paso, opening a new front in its war on drug gangs.
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28/03/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
U.S. says it can do more in drug-plagued Guyana
The United States could do more to help fight drug trafficking in Guyana, a top U.S. official said on Wednesday, weeks after a State Department report criticized the South American nation for its drug record.
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25/02/2008 | Frente Externo
Ralph Nader se lanza como independiente a la Casa Blanca
El abogado defensor de los consumidores se presenta por tercera vez a las presidenciales de EE UU
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26/01/2008 | En Parrilla
Venezuelan Pleads Guilty In Argentine Cash Case
In a sudden about-face, a Venezuelan man pleaded guilty on Friday to U.S. charges of acting as an unregistered foreign agent in a scheme to cover up an attempt to smuggle $800,000 in cash into Argentina to fund a presidential election campaign.
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04/01/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Guatemala police capture alleged murder mastermind
Guatemalan police captured a man suspected of ordering the murder of three Salvadoran politicians last year, prosecutors said on Thursday.
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04/01/2008 | Frente Externo
Chile's interior minister quits, second in month
With her embattled government about halfway through its four-year term, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet accepted the resignation of Interior Minister Belisario Velasco on Thursday.
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12/09/2007 | En Parrilla
Fidel Castro says U.S. fooled world over 9/11
Ailing Cuban leader Fidel Castro said the U.S. government misinformed Americans and the world about 9/11, echoing conspiracy theories about the terror attacks against the United States six years ago.
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28/08/2007 | En Parrilla
Kosovo quiere declarar la independencia en diciembre
Kosovo está decidida a declarar la independencia y buscar el reconocimiento internacional cuando finalicen el 10 de diciembre las conversaciones con Serbia, aseguró ayer en Pristina el primer ministro kosovar, Agim Ceku.
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01/08/2007 | Economía y Finanzas
Baja la producción de las grandes petroleras
En un mundo caracterizado por unos precios del petróleo elevados, las tres mayores compañías petrolíferas privadas están invirtiendo miles de millones de dólares más en la exploración y la modernización de sus instalaciones que el año anterior y, sin embargo, no están consiguiendo incrementar sus volúmenes de producción.
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31/07/2007 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentina's President defends statistics agency
Argentine President Nestor Kirchner defended the work of the state statistics agency on Thursday, which economists and opposition parties have accused of manipulating inflation data.
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20/07/2007 | Sociedad
Work on Texas border wall to begin soon: Chertoff
Construction on a border wall in southern Texas is expected to begin by this autumn, despite strong local opposition, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff said in an interview published on Thursday.
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18/07/2007 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Angry CIA Ops Torpedoed Rumsfeld
Dissident U.S. intelligence officers angry at former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld helped a European probe uncover details of secret CIA prisons in Europe, the top investigator said on Tuesday.
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24/06/2007 | En Parrilla
Un general de EE UU afirma que Google Earth supone un peligro
Según el jefe de inteligencia y vigilancia de la Fuerza Aérea de EE UU, Google supone un peligro, aunque no se puede hacer nada contra él. De acuerdo a sus afirmaciones, el Gobierno nunca ha pretendido censurar las imágenes que se muestran en los mapas.
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24/06/2007 | En Parrilla
Un general de EE UU afirma que Google Earth supone un peligro
Según el jefe de inteligencia y vigilancia de la Fuerza Aérea de EE UU, Google supone un peligro, aunque no se puede hacer nada contra él. De acuerdo a sus afirmaciones, el Gobierno nunca ha pretendido censurar las imágenes que se muestran en los mapas.
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23/05/2007 | En Parrilla
Un helicóptero espía para la sociedad más vigilada del mundo
Las autoridades británicas prueban una cámara voladora teledirigida que podría unirse a los más de cuatro millones de dispositivos de vídeovigilancia existentes.
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23/05/2007 | En Parrilla
Un helicóptero espía para la sociedad más vigilada del mundo
Las autoridades británicas prueban una cámara voladora teledirigida que podría unirse a los más de cuatro millones de dispositivos de vídeovigilancia existentes.
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19/04/2007 | En Parrilla
Argentina names new head of Statistics Agency
Argentina named on Wednesday a new head of its troubled statistics agency, as the government tries to restore credibility to its inflation data, which has been under a cloud since January.
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19/04/2007 | En Parrilla
Argentina names new head of Statistics Agency
Argentina named on Wednesday a new head of its troubled statistics agency, as the government tries to restore credibility to its inflation data, which has been under a cloud since January.
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28/03/2007 | Frente Externo
FARC rebels: U.S. can help with hostage talks
Story Highlights
• Seven U.S. lawmakers write a letter offering to aid hostage negotiations
• Colombia, FARC welcome U.S. involvement; no terms yet on talks
• Colombia wants to exchange unspecified number of rebels for 61 hostages
• Rep. James McGovern of Massachusetts is leading offer to help with talks

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23/03/2007 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Argentine military warned Brazil, Chile of '76 coup
Story Highlights
• Recently declassified documents reveal regional seeds of cooperation
• Isabel Peron was sworn in as president in 1974
• The coup removing her took place on March 24, 1976
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07/03/2007 | Frente Externo
Bush: Communism Should Die With Castro
Communist rule of Cuba should end when ailing leader Fidel Castro dies, President Bush said as he prepared for a Latin American tour this week.
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05/02/2007 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentina's Tax Revenue Soars to Record in January
Argentina's tax revenue jumped 30.2 percent in January from the same month in 2006, beating market expectations to hit a record as robust economic growth swelled tax receipts, the government said last Thursday.
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05/02/2007 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentina's Tax Revenue Soars to Record in January
Argentina's tax revenue jumped 30.2 percent in January from the same month in 2006, beating market expectations to hit a record as robust economic growth swelled tax receipts, the government said last Thursday.
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02/02/2007 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Un nuevo informe del espionaje estadounidense vaticina un incremento de la violencia en Irak
Un nuevo informe de la inteligencia estadounidense asegura que la situación de violencia y caos en Irak irá a peor con el tiempo, a no ser que se hagan esfuerzos para revertir las condiciones. El documento pone el acento en la violencia sectaria entre suníes y chiíes, que se ha cobrado cientos de vidas en los últimos meses; un escenario que describe como de "guerra civil".
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02/02/2007 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Un nuevo informe del espionaje estadounidense vaticina un incremento de la violencia en Irak
Un nuevo informe de la inteligencia estadounidense asegura que la situación de violencia y caos en Irak irá a peor con el tiempo, a no ser que se hagan esfuerzos para revertir las condiciones. El documento pone el acento en la violencia sectaria entre suníes y chiíes, que se ha cobrado cientos de vidas en los últimos meses; un escenario que describe como de "guerra civil".
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20/12/2006 | Frente Externo
New group of Thai Muslims escape to Malaysia-report
Another 20 Thai Muslims have crossed into neighbouring Malaysia, complaining of persecution by the military in Thailand's troubled south, Malaysian state news agency Bernama said on Friday.
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20/12/2006 | Frente Externo
New group of Thai Muslims escape to Malaysia-report
Another 20 Thai Muslims have crossed into neighbouring Malaysia, complaining of persecution by the military in Thailand's troubled south, Malaysian state news agency Bernama said on Friday.
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16/12/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
World Bank: Argentina, Veneuzuela Growth Unsustainable
Policies that have led to high growth rates in Argentina and Venezuela are unsustainable, the World Bank said on Wednesday, warning there were already signs of overheating in Argentina "which they are hiding".
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16/12/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
World Bank: Argentina, Veneuzuela Growth Unsustainable
Policies that have led to high growth rates in Argentina and Venezuela are unsustainable, the World Bank said on Wednesday, warning there were already signs of overheating in Argentina "which they are hiding".
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13/11/2006 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
White House Brands Iran, Hezbollah As Terror 'Nexus'
The White House branded Iran and Hezbollah on Saturday as a "global nexus of terrorism" and applauded an Argentine court for seeking the arrest of former Iranian officials in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center.
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13/11/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Chavez Says Southern Bond Gets $9 Billion In Offers
Venezuela received offers totaling $9 billion for the $1 billion so-called Southern Bond it launched last week with Argentina, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Saturday.
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24/10/2006 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Ex-CIA chief Tenet joins "James Bond" research firm
Former U.S. Central Intelligence Agency Director George Tenet has joined the British research firm thought to have provided the inspiration for 'Q', the character who creates spy gadgets for James Bond.
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24/10/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentina September Trade Surplus Falls 10 Pct From '05
Argentina's September trade surplus fell 10 percent from the same month last year due to a continued surge in imports as the economy booms, the Economy Ministry said on Monday.
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19/10/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentina Economic Activity Seen Up 7.7 % In August
Argentina's economy is expected to have grown 7.7 percent in August compared with the same month a year ago, according to the median forecast in a recent Reuters poll of five local analysts.
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19/10/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
World Bank Units To Recommend Pulp Mills Project
The World Bank's private-sector lender and guarantee agency said on Tuesday they will recommend in mid- November that their boards approve financing for a controversial pulp mill project in Uruguay, which neighboring Argentina says will harm the environment.
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19/10/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Us Lemon Juice Growers Say Hurt By Cheap Imports
Lemon juice from Argentina and Mexico is being sold in the United States at unfair prices, causing U.S. producers to lose market share and cut payrolls, the country's largest producer said on Tuesday.
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05/10/2006 | High Tech
Google boss warns politicians about Internet power
Imagine being able to check instantly whether or not statements made by politicians were correct. That is the sort of service Google Inc. boss Eric Schmidt believes the Internet will offer within five years.
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08/08/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentine Analysts Cut 2006 Inflation Forecasts
Analysts surveyed by Argentina's central bank reduced their median forecast for 2006 inflation to 10.9 percent from 11.4 percent a month earlier, as expectations for price rises eased.
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05/08/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentina July Inflation Below Forecasts At 0.6 %
Argentina's consumer price index rose 0.6 percent in July, accelerating slightly from its 0.5 percent increase in June due to price rises in the education and leisure sectors, the Economy Ministry said on Thursday.
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05/08/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Monsanto Row Hurts Argentine Soymeal Sales To Spain
Spanish soymeal importers who rely on Argentina could buy more from Brazil due to a messy dispute between Argentina's government and Monsanto Co. over soybean royalties, the director of a Spanish animal feed group said on Thursday.
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30/07/2006 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
NARCOTRAFICO- La OTAN apunta hacia los barones de la droga
Afganistán. Cuatro presuntos miembros de Al Qaeda, detenidos.La misión del órgano será cuando asuma la seguridad en manos de la coalición.
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27/07/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentina Sells $500 Mln In 2011 Dollar Bonds
Argentina on Wednesday sold $500 million in five-year bonds at a yield of 8.34 percent, completing the bond's $1.5 billion issuance program planned for this year, the Economy Ministry said.
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07/07/2006 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Chavez urges Africa to unite against U.S.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez called on Africa on Saturday to forge closer ties with Latin America to combat what he called a threat of U.S. hegemony.
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01/07/2006 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Britain contemplated China nuclear attack
Britain discussed raising the threat of U.S. nuclear retaliation to dissuade China from attacking its Hong Kong colony at the height of the Cold War, previously secret papers revealed on Friday.
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01/07/2006 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Britain contemplated China nuclear attack
Britain discussed raising the threat of U.S. nuclear retaliation to dissuade China from attacking its Hong Kong colony at the height of the Cold War, previously secret papers revealed on Friday.
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02/06/2006 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Diesel Lack Hinders Argentina Wheat, Soy Farmers
A shortage of diesel fuel for trucks and farm machinery is hindering wheat seedings and progress on the soybean harvest in parts of Argentina, farm and transport groups said on Wednesday.
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02/06/2006 | En Parrilla
Latin Leaders Discover A Chavez Embrace Can Be Toxic
Bolivia's President Evo Morales calls him "my brother" but elsewhere in Latin America, political leaders are finding out that being seen as a close ally of Hugo Chavez can be harmful for their careers.
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13/05/2006 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Pentagon Mulls Options for US Border Security Role
The Pentagon has begun exploring options for the potential use of troops and equipment to help secure the U.S. border with Mexico, where hundreds of thousands of migrants enter the country illegally each year, a defense official said on Friday.
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04/05/2006 | En Parrilla
ANALISIS - Infeliz matrimonio de Brasil y Bolivia continuará
Brasil continuará importando gas natural de Bolivia, pero la nacionalización de los yacimientos gasíferos de ese país provocará un alza en los precios para los consumidores brasileños, dijeron analistas.
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30/04/2006 | En Parrilla
PAKISTAN-prueba misil balístico que alcanza hasta 2 mil kilómetros
Pakistán, deseoso de mantener el balance de poder con su rival nuclear India, probó un misil balístico con capacidad nuclear y con un rango de 2.000 kilómetros.
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28/04/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Exxon Mobil Profit Rises on Soaring Prices
Exxon Mobil Corp., the world's largest publicly traded oil company, on Thursday reported quarterly profit surged, driven by rising oil prices.
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29/03/2006 | Frente Externo
ESTADOS UNIDOS-Muere a los 88 años Caspar Weinberger, impulsor de la 'Guerra de las Galaxias' de Reagan
El fallecido fue el máximo responsable del Pentágono entre 1982 y 1987
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08/02/2006 | Frente Externo
HAITI: Cronología, fraude y caos electoral
Haití, el país más pobre de América, llevaba a cabo el martes las primeras elecciones desde que el ex presidente Jean-Bertrand Aristide fue depuesto en febrero del 2004 en una revuelta armada.
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03/02/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Argentina, Brazil reach trade protection deal
Hoping to end countless trade disputes, South America's two biggest economies, Argentina and Brazil, agreed on Wednesday to allow temporary restrictions on imports from one another when necessary to protect local industries.
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01/02/2006 | Economía y Finanzas
Fitch may raise Argentina if debt holdouts settled
Fitch Ratings said on Thursday it may upgrade Argentina's "Restricted Default" issuer rating if the country makes a successful debt offer to creditors that did not accept the first bond exchange last year.
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29/01/2006 | Frente Externo
Mexican conservative eyes young vote in radio show
Mexican conservative presidential candidate Felipe Calderon made a play for young voters on Saturday, praising rock star Bono, commending teenage soccer champions and comparing himself to a film superhero.
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12/01/2006 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Irán: World pressure mounts on Iran over nuclear dispute
Moves to report Iran to the U.N. Security Council for defying the world over its nuclear program gathered pace on Thursday as big powers announced plans for a crisis meeting in London next week.
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18/04/2005 | Dossier Juan Pablo II
Los cardenales votan en latín, pero el italiano ayuda mucho
Cuando los cardenales voten en el Vaticano la semana que viene para elegir al próximo Papa, pronunciarán un juramento ante Dios en latín y después depositarán las papeletas escritas en el idioma oficial de la Iglesia.
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18/04/2005 | Dossier Juan Pablo II
Los cardenales votan en latín, pero el italiano ayuda mucho
Cuando los cardenales voten en el Vaticano la semana que viene para elegir al próximo Papa, pronunciarán un juramento ante Dios en latín y después depositarán las papeletas escritas en el idioma oficial de la Iglesia.
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09/04/2005 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Report: Hezbollah to drop arms if Israel quits Shebaa
Hezbollah would be prepared to discuss conditional disarmament if Israel withdrew from a disputed border area, the Lebanese guerrilla group's deputy leader said in a British newspaper interview on Friday.
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09/04/2005 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Report: Hezbollah to drop arms if Israel quits Shebaa
Hezbollah would be prepared to discuss conditional disarmament if Israel withdrew from a disputed border area, the Lebanese guerrilla group's deputy leader said in a British newspaper interview on Friday.
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14/12/2004 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US port security seriously underfunded, group says

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14/12/2004 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US port security seriously underfunded, group says

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