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22/06/2017 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US spy satellites detect activity at North Korean nuclear test site
US spy satellites have detected new activity at North Korea's underground nuclear test site for the first time in several weeks, two US officials told CNN.
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23/12/2015 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Secret Service Agent’s Gun, Badge Stolen
In an another embarrassing event for the Secret Service, an agent’s gun, badge, radio, handcuffs, and flash drive were stolen Monday afternoon around 4 p.m. near the White House, CNN reported.
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03/10/2013 | En Parrilla
Obama 'hugely impressed' with Pope Francis
President Barack Obama says he's a big fan of Pope Francis, calling the new pope a man who truly "lives out the teachings of Christ."
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20/07/2013 | Economía y Finanzas
Chevron is making a mistake in Argentina
Despite all the legal, political, and business risks, Chevron has unapologetically doubled down on Argentina with a partnership with the state-controlled energy company YPF.
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12/11/2012 | Transparencia
Bolivia weighs regulating social media
A top Bolivian official has a stern warning for those who criticize President Evo Morales on social networks: He’s watching what they say, and taking names.
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12/06/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Drug War - On the border: Guns, drugs -- and a betrayal of trust
Columbus, New Mexico:Mayor Nicole Lawson is only 37, but her hair is already turning white as she tries to keep this border town corrupted more than a year ago by Mexican cartels from falling deeper into financial ruin.
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29/09/2011 | Frente Externo
Africa - Libya: Libyans claim Gadhafi is hiding in western border area
Ousted Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi is believed to be hiding out near the western town of Ghadamis under the protection of Tuareg fighters, an interim government military spokesman told CNN Tuesday.
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22/09/2011 | Frente Externo
Bolivia - Morales wants drug certification for U.S.
The United States metes out certifications to other countries for their cooperation on drug trafficking, but as the nation with the biggest demand for illegal drugs, who evaluates the United States? Bolivian President Evo Morales posed that question in an interview with CNN en Español, reiterating a recent comment that drew attention.
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08/09/2011 | En Parrilla
Richardson to seek release of American jailed in Cuba
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is going to Cuba on Wednesday to try to negotiate the release of jailed U.S. contractor Alan Gross, CNN has learned.
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08/09/2011 | En Parrilla
Richardson to seek release of American jailed in Cuba
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is going to Cuba on Wednesday to try to negotiate the release of jailed U.S. contractor Alan Gross, CNN has learned.
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31/08/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Los millones que ‘Irene’ se llevó
Los daños patrimoniales causados por el huracán se calculan entre 3,000 y 7,000 millones de dólares; la cifra de muertes es de 27 personas, Vermont y Carolina del Norte son los estados más afectados.
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31/08/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
La Fed ve gran deterioro económico en EU
La Reserva Federal dijo que la debilidad del primer semestre no es sólo por factores temporales; el organismo consideró la histórica medida de atar la tasa de interés a un nivel de desempleo.
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31/08/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Los millones que ‘Irene’ se llevó
Los daños patrimoniales causados por el huracán se calculan entre 3,000 y 7,000 millones de dólares; la cifra de muertes es de 27 personas, Vermont y Carolina del Norte son los estados más afectados.
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31/08/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
La Fed ve gran deterioro económico en EU
La Reserva Federal dijo que la debilidad del primer semestre no es sólo por factores temporales; el organismo consideró la histórica medida de atar la tasa de interés a un nivel de desempleo.
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23/08/2011 | Frente Externo
Authorities impose curfews on Trinidad and Tobago
A partial state of emergency was imposed Monday on crime hotspots across Trinidad and Tobago, and the government said it will enforce curfews in certain areas to curb the spiraling rate of drug-related murders in the Caribbean islands.
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23/08/2011 | Frente Externo
Authorities impose curfews on Trinidad and Tobago
A partial state of emergency was imposed Monday on crime hotspots across Trinidad and Tobago, and the government said it will enforce curfews in certain areas to curb the spiraling rate of drug-related murders in the Caribbean islands.
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13/08/2011 | En Parrilla
Brazil searches for clues of Amazon tribe gone missing
An isolated Indian tribe in Brazil seemingly has vanished like a morning mist in the Amazon jungle.
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11/08/2011 | En Parrilla
Brazil, Iran foster stronger ties
Representatives from Brazil and Iran met this week and agreed to enhance relations between the two countries, a signal that Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff will follow the example of her predecessor and demonstrate Brazil's diplomatic independence by dealing with a nation under scrutiny for its nuclear program.
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09/08/2011 | Frente Externo
Former Guatemalan first lady's presidential run hits wall
Guatemala's Constitutional Court overnight Tuesday upheld a supreme court ruling that barred former first lady Sandra Torres from running as a presidential candidate in upcoming elections.
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08/08/2011 | En Parrilla
Cuba upholds US contractor Alan Gross sentence
Cuba's Supreme Court has upheld a 15-year prison sentence imposed on a US contractor accused of crimes against the state.
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31/07/2011 | Sociedad
Five Things to Know About the Horn of Africa Food Crisis
Famine has returned to the Horn of Africa, and Somalia is the worst hit. For the first time since the early 90s, the United Nations has declared a famine in parts of southern Somalia, meaning that more than 30 percent of the population is malnourished. All told, 3.7 million Somalis are in need of immediate food aid, part of some 11.5 million in need across the Horn of Africa. Each month, huge streams of refugees cross the border into Ethiopia and Kenya–nearly 170,000 since January–spreading the humanitarian crisis with them. Tens of thousands have already died.
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30/07/2011 | Frente Externo
México - La CIDH exige medidas urgentes para evitar la violencia en las cárceles
La Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos (CIDH) lamentó los enfrentamientos de este lunes en una cárcel de Ciudad Juárez, donde 17 personas murieron, incluida una mujer, y 20 resultaron heridas, presuntamente durante una fiesta ilegal.
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16/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Al Qaeda - Documents in bin Laden compound discuss attacking Obama
Documents recovered from Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan show that al Qaeda spoke of attacking President Barack Obama and Gen. David Petraeus, a source familiar with the materials recovered from the compound said Friday.
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16/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico changes constitution to combat human trafficking
Mexico's president approved several changes to the country's constitution Wednesday aimed at cracking down on human trafficking.
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16/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Al Qaeda - Documents in bin Laden compound discuss attacking Obama
Documents recovered from Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan show that al Qaeda spoke of attacking President Barack Obama and Gen. David Petraeus, a source familiar with the materials recovered from the compound said Friday.
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16/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico changes constitution to combat human trafficking
Mexico's president approved several changes to the country's constitution Wednesday aimed at cracking down on human trafficking.
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14/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Africa - Libya: Libyan rebels looted and beat civilians, rights group says
Libyan rebels have looted and burned homes and abused civilians, a human rights group said Wednesday.
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14/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Africa - Libya: Libyan rebels looted and beat civilians, rights group says
Libyan rebels have looted and burned homes and abused civilians, a human rights group said Wednesday.
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10/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Argentine singer shot dead in Guatemala
Gunmen shot dead Argentine folk singer Facundo Cabral Saturday as his car made its way to the airport in Guatemala City, police said.
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10/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Argentine singer shot dead in Guatemala
Gunmen shot dead Argentine folk singer Facundo Cabral Saturday as his car made its way to the airport in Guatemala City, police said.
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30/06/2011 | Frente Externo
With Chavez ailing, Venezuela postpones planned summit
Citing the recuperation of President Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan government announced Wednesday it will postpone the Third Summit of Latin America and the Caribbean on Integration and Development.
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30/06/2011 | Frente Externo
With Chavez ailing, Venezuela postpones planned summit
Citing the recuperation of President Hugo Chavez, the Venezuelan government announced Wednesday it will postpone the Third Summit of Latin America and the Caribbean on Integration and Development.
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24/06/2011 | Frente Externo
Poet to meet with Mexico's president, demand new drug war strategy
A Mexican poet who leads a popular anti-violence movement will demand a change in the nation's crime-fighting strategy when he meets with President Felipe Calderon this week, activists said.
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24/06/2011 | Frente Externo
Poet to meet with Mexico's president, demand new drug war strategy
A Mexican poet who leads a popular anti-violence movement will demand a change in the nation's crime-fighting strategy when he meets with President Felipe Calderon this week, activists said.
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28/05/2011 | Sociedad
Study finds 'alarming' human trafficking figures in Mexico's capital
While an estimated 10,000 women are victims of human trafficking in Mexico's capital, there were only 40 investigations of the crime and three convictions in the city last year, according to a report issued this week.
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28/05/2011 | Sociedad
Study finds 'alarming' human trafficking figures in Mexico's capital
While an estimated 10,000 women are victims of human trafficking in Mexico's capital, there were only 40 investigations of the crime and three convictions in the city last year, according to a report issued this week.
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20/05/2011 | Frente Externo
US - Obama to al-Assad: Embrace democracy or 'get out of the way'
President Barack Obama's new blueprint for change in the Middle East slammed the Syrian government for "murder and mass arrests" and sent a blunt message to President Bashar al-Assad to get with democratic change.
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20/05/2011 | Frente Externo
US - Obama to al-Assad: Embrace democracy or 'get out of the way'
President Barack Obama's new blueprint for change in the Middle East slammed the Syrian government for "murder and mass arrests" and sent a blunt message to President Bashar al-Assad to get with democratic change.
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29/03/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
ONU: El tráfico de migrantes hacia EEUU es más rentable que el de drogas
El tráfico de migrantes hacia Estados Unidosgeneró en 2010 ganancias valoradas en 6,600 millones de dólares, afirmó el representante en México, Centroamérica y El Caribe de la Oficina de las Naciones Unidas contra la Droga y el Delito, Antonio Mazzitelli, de acuerdo con Notimex.
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25/02/2011 | Frente Externo
Libya - Witnesses report violent clashes in Tripoli
Witnesses reported fierce clashes in the Libyan capital Friday between Moammar Gadhafi's security forces and anti-regime protesters while state television aired images of the embattled but defiant strongman urging supporters to defend the nation.
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16/02/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
1 ICE agent slain, another wounded in Mexico
Gunmen opened fire on two U.S. immigration agents in Mexico on Tuesday, killing one and injuring the other, officials said.
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03/02/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Hate crimes, killings rising, say Honduras activists
Hate crimes from beatings to murders are rising in Honduras but investigations and prosecutions are rare with few victims receiving help, according to the gay community.
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30/01/2011 | Frente Externo
Egypt - Defiance on Cairo streets as protesters 'lose fear'
Defiance and hope replaced Friday's scenes of widespread chaos and violence in Cairo on Saturday but at least five people were reported dead in clashes between police and protesters outside the Interior Ministry building.
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05/01/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Guatemala - Woman arrested for Guatemalan bus bombing
A female gang member was arrested in connection with the bombing of a bus in Guatemala City that left seven dead, authorities said.
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12/10/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexican investigator in Falcon Lake case beheaded, Texas lawmaker says
The severed head of the lead Mexican investigator in the Falcon Lake case, Rolando Armando Flores Villegas, was delivered Tuesday in a suitcase to the Mexican military, Texas Rep. Aaron Pena told CNN.
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01/10/2010 | Frente Externo
Ecuador declares emergency as police protest, president is attacked
"But, forget it. I won't relent. If something happens to me, remember my infinite love for my country, and to my family I say that I will love them anywhere I end up."
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13/06/2010 | En Parrilla
Pemex presenta demanda en Texas
Pemex presentó una demanda en Texas para combatir el robo y contrabando de condensado de sus instalaciones en el norte de México.
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11/01/2010 | Frente Externo
Chavez says military will monitor Venezuelan prices
In the wake of his decision to devalue Venezuela's currency, President Hugo Chavez on Sunday said he would put the military on the streets to ensure that business owners don't raise prices.
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03/11/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Attorney: Alleged 'Jewish terrorist' unstable
An American-born Israeli man, described by police as a "Jewish terrorist," is mentally unstable and in need of psychiatric help, his attorney told CNN Monday.
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03/11/2009 | Frente Externo
Former Argentina dictator, 5 others on trial, accused of rights abuses
Argentina's last dictator and five military leaders who helped rule the country more than 25 years ago went on trial Monday on human rights charges.Former Gen. Reynaldo Benito Bignone, who ruled Argentina from June 1982 until the nation's return to democracy in December 1983, is accused of torturing 56 people and depriving them of their liberty, as well as committing illegal searches, federal court papers say.
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13/09/2009 | En Profundidad
Guatemala - Guatemalan army stole children for adoption, report says
The Guatemalan army stole at least 333 children and sold them for adoption in other countries during the Central American nation's 36-year civil war, a government report has concluded.Many of those children ended up in the United States, as well as Sweden, Italy and France, said the report's author and lead investigator, Marco Tulio Alvarez.
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24/09/2008 | En Parrilla
Bolivian president censures United States
Bolivian President Evo Morales on Tuesday said the United States has tried to thwart his political ambitions and, more recently, failed to condemn a pro-autonomy movement that uses "terrorist" tactics.
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24/09/2008 | En Parrilla
Bolivian president censures United States
Bolivian President Evo Morales on Tuesday said the United States has tried to thwart his political ambitions and, more recently, failed to condemn a pro-autonomy movement that uses "terrorist" tactics.
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28/08/2008 | Frente Externo
U.N. agency to investigate Indian massacre in Colombia
A United Nations human rights agency has agreed to help Colombia investigate the massacre of 12 Indians in the southwestern part of the country. Twelve Awa Indians, including five children and a newborn, were found dead Wednesday about 50 miles from the city of Tumaco, in the state of Narino, near Colombia's border with Ecuador, President Alvaro Uribe said in a statement."This pains our soul," Uribe said.
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10/07/2008 | En Parrilla
Betancourt to Larry King: FARC captivity 'was hell'
Ingrid Betancourt says death was her "everyday companion" during the six years she was a hostage of a leftist rebel group in Colombia.
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10/07/2008 | En Parrilla
Betancourt to Larry King: FARC captivity 'was hell'
Ingrid Betancourt says death was her "everyday companion" during the six years she was a hostage of a leftist rebel group in Colombia.
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24/03/2008 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Coast Guard hunts drug-running semi-subs
Sophisticated submarine-like boats are the latest tool drug runners are using to bring cocaine north from Colombia, U.S. officials say.
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06/11/2007 | Frente Externo
Mukasey stays vague on waterboarding
President Bush's pick for attorney general called the interrogation technique known as waterboarding a "repugnant" practice Tuesday, but again refused to say whether it violates U.S. laws banning torture. Judge Michael Mukasey told Senate Judiciary Committee members that he has not received classified briefings on what techniques American interrogators are allowed to use and can't make a legal judgment.
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18/10/2007 | En Parrilla
The price of vice increases in Venezuela
The price of sin rose Monday in Venezuela where President Hugo Chavez is on a campaign to make Venezuelans cut back on drinking and smoking.
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19/03/2007 | Frente Externo
Colombian leader favors extraditing Chiquita execs
Story Highlights
• Country's president says anyone charged should be extradited
• Chiquita admits paying millions in protection money to death squads
• Banana company agrees to pay $25 million in fines
• Colombia also looking into 2001 smuggling of weapons through port

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04/01/2007 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
FBI: Workers saw prisoner abuse at Guantanamo
•Detainees seen "chained hand and foot ... with no chair/food/water"
•Prisoners "urinated or defecated on selves and were left there 18, 24 hours"
•Witness saw a detainee "with a full beard whose head was wrapped in duct tape"
•Witness saw detainee draped in an Israeli flag
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04/01/2007 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
FBI: Workers saw prisoner abuse at Guantanamo
•Detainees seen "chained hand and foot ... with no chair/food/water"
•Prisoners "urinated or defecated on selves and were left there 18, 24 hours"
•Witness saw a detainee "with a full beard whose head was wrapped in duct tape"
•Witness saw detainee draped in an Israeli flag
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