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10/10/2018 | Frente Externo
Taiwan holds military drill with Paraguay amid China tension
TAOYUAN, Taiwan - Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen hosted her Paraguayan counterpart Tuesday at a military exercise in a sign of the island's determination to withstand China's diplomatic onslaught.
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30/08/2018 | Dossier Francisco I
Francis - The Latest: Pope's Bombshell Author Says He's ¨At Peace¨
The author of the bombshell accusation of sex abuse cover-up against Pope Francis has broken his silence and insisted he didn't act out of revenge or anger but out of love for the Catholic Church.
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14/10/2013 | High Tech
US - NSA backlash sparks new technology: Anti-surveillance technology created in light of NSA expose
From Silicon Valley to the South Pacific, counterattacks to revelations of widespread National Security Agency surveillance are taking shape, from a surge of new encrypted email programs to technology that sprinkles the Internet with red flag terms to confuse would-be snoops.
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10/09/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: Russia to Push Syria to Surrender Chemical Weapons
Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Monday that Moscow will push Syria to place its chemical weapons under international control.Lavrov said that if such a move would help avert a possible U.S. strike on Syria, Russia would start work "immediately" to persuade Syria to relinquish control over its chemical arsenals.
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28/08/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Survey: Legal arms trade worth $8.5 billion
UNITED NATIONS — A new survey by independent researchers says the value of the legal trade in small arms, light weapons, their parts and ammunition is at least $8.5 billion annually — more than double the previous estimate of $4 billion in 2006.
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25/08/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: Assad-loyal forces kill 21 in airstrikes in east Syrian city
At least 15 killed in the shelling and clashes in the rebellious Damascus suburb of Daraya, say activists.
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02/08/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Israel - Former spymaster says Iran should be worried by Israeli threats
A former Israeli spymaster says if he were an Iranian, he would be "very worried" by Israel's talk about possibly attacking Iran's nuclear facilities.
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01/08/2012 | Frente Externo
EE.UU. - Elecciones 2012: Demócratas eligen a hispano para pronunciar discurso clave
Por primera vez un político latino pronunciará el principal discurso en la Convención Nacional del Partido Demócrata.
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01/08/2012 | Frente Externo
EE.UU. - Elecciones 2012: Demócratas eligen a hispano para pronunciar discurso clave
Por primera vez un político latino pronunciará el principal discurso en la Convención Nacional del Partido Demócrata.
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16/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Mexico's president says homicides down 15 per cent to 20 per cent in first half of 2012
Mexican President Felipe Calderon said homicides in Mexico dropped 15 per cent to 20 per cent in the first six months of this year compared to the same period of 2011, according to an interview published Sunday by the Spanish newspaper El Pais.
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16/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Mexico's president says homicides down 15 per cent to 20 per cent in first half of 2012
Mexican President Felipe Calderon said homicides in Mexico dropped 15 per cent to 20 per cent in the first six months of this year compared to the same period of 2011, according to an interview published Sunday by the Spanish newspaper El Pais.
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16/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Mexico's president says homicides down 15 per cent to 20 per cent in first half of 2012
Mexican President Felipe Calderon said homicides in Mexico dropped 15 per cent to 20 per cent in the first six months of this year compared to the same period of 2011, according to an interview published Sunday by the Spanish newspaper El Pais.
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16/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Mexico's president says homicides down 15 per cent to 20 per cent in first half of 2012
Mexican President Felipe Calderon said homicides in Mexico dropped 15 per cent to 20 per cent in the first six months of this year compared to the same period of 2011, according to an interview published Sunday by the Spanish newspaper El Pais.
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15/07/2012 | Sociedad
América Latina - Cuba: Detectan 158 enfermos de cólera
LA HABANA -- El cólera ha infectado a 158 personas en Cuba, la mayoría en la provincia oriental de Granma, y la cifra de muertos se mantiene en tres, informaron el sábado las autoridades.
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05/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Bolivia - Indians seize 3 mining engineers in Bolivia
Quechua Indians in Bolivia's southern highlands have seized three more local employees of a Canadian mining company in a dispute over what may be one of the South America country's biggest silver deposits.
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02/07/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: Turkey sends jets to Syrian border
F-16 jets responded to three incidents Saturday.
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28/06/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Report: Syria may have downed Turkish jet after mistaking it for Israeli aircraft
Turkey warns Syria to keep its troops away from the countries' troubled border or risk an armed response.
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25/06/2012 | Frente Externo
Venezuela - Chavez: Venezuela cutting oil for Paraguay
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez says his country will cut off oil shipments to Paraguay to protest the ouster of Fernando Lugo.
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23/05/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Corruption - Bolivia gets 7th national police chief in 6 years
Bolivia's corruption-plagued national police force has its seventh new police commander in six years.
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02/05/2012 | Frente Externo
Mexico - Mexico passes law to compensate crime victims
Mexico's congress passed a law Monday to recognize and protect the rights of crime victims, a longstanding demand in a country where more than 47,500 people have died in 5½ years of drug-related violence, and thousands more have disappeared.
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02/05/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Veracruz: Investigative reporter for Mexican newsmagazine slain
The Mexican government's human rights commission said Sunday that it will investigate the apparent slaying of a correspondent for Proceso newsmagazine who often wrote about drug trafficking.
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01/05/2012 | Frente Externo
Europe - Austria: Libyan Defector Found Dead in Vienna
VIENNA — Shukri Ghanem, a former Libyan prime minister and cabinet minister who defected from Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s government last year to support the rebels who ultimately toppled him, was found dead in the Danube River on Sunday, Austrian police officials said.
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01/05/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US - 'Anarchists' busted in plot to bomb Cleveland bridge: FBI
Five men, at least three of them anarchists, plotted to blow up a bridge near Cleveland, but there was no danger to the public because the explosives were inoperable and were controlled by an undercover FBI employee, the agency said Tuesday in announcing the men’s arrests.
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18/03/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: Suicide blasts kill dozens in Syrian capital
Twin suicide car bombs struck intelligence and security buildings in the Syrian capital Saturday, killing at least 27 people and wounding 140, according to state media.
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18/03/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Middle East - Syria: Suicide blasts kill dozens in Syrian capital
Twin suicide car bombs struck intelligence and security buildings in the Syrian capital Saturday, killing at least 27 people and wounding 140, according to state media.
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25/02/2012 | Frente Externo
Haiti - Haiti Prime Minister Abruptly Resigns Post
Haitian Prime Minister Garry Conille abruptly resigned Friday after less than five months on the job in a political setback for President Michel Martelly, whose struggle to fill the top government post has hampered earthquake reconstruction and other development efforts.
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25/02/2012 | Frente Externo
Haiti - Haiti Prime Minister Abruptly Resigns Post
Haitian Prime Minister Garry Conille abruptly resigned Friday after less than five months on the job in a political setback for President Michel Martelly, whose struggle to fill the top government post has hampered earthquake reconstruction and other development efforts.
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25/02/2012 | Frente Externo
Haiti - Haiti Prime Minister Abruptly Resigns Post
Haitian Prime Minister Garry Conille abruptly resigned Friday after less than five months on the job in a political setback for President Michel Martelly, whose struggle to fill the top government post has hampered earthquake reconstruction and other development efforts.
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27/10/2011 | Sociedad
Yemen - Mujeres yemeníes queman sus velos como protesta
Cientos de mujeres yemeníes quemaron el miércoles sus tradicionales velos para protestar por la brutal represión del gobierno en contra del levantamiento popular del país.
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22/09/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Venezuela, Cuba defend Iran, Syria attacks Israel at nuke meeting
Iran was praised and Israel criticized Wednesday at a 151-nation meeting, with Cuba and Venezuela defending Tehran’s right to run a nuclear program and Syria saying the Jewish state’s undeclared nuclear arsenal is a threat to world peace.
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05/09/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - 2 Mexicans deny terrorism, face 30 years for tweet
Prosecutors say the defendants helped cause a chaos of car crashes and panic as parents in the Gulf Coast city of Veracruz rushed to save their children because of false reports that gunmen were attacking schools.
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05/09/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - 2 Mexicans deny terrorism, face 30 years for tweet
Prosecutors say the defendants helped cause a chaos of car crashes and panic as parents in the Gulf Coast city of Veracruz rushed to save their children because of false reports that gunmen were attacking schools.
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15/07/2011 | Frente Externo
UN mission in Haiti deploys troops in slums
A United Nations spokeswoman says the world body's peacekeeping mission in Haiti has deployed troops to several slums in Port-au-Prince to crack down on gangs and criminals.
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15/07/2011 | Frente Externo
UN mission in Haiti deploys troops in slums
A United Nations spokeswoman says the world body's peacekeeping mission in Haiti has deployed troops to several slums in Port-au-Prince to crack down on gangs and criminals.
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05/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Report: U.N. Security Council To Meet On Syria
The U.N. Security Council plans to meet in closed session next week to discuss what to do about Syria's refusal to cooperate with an investigation of its alleged secret nuclear activities, diplomats told The Associated Press on Monday.
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05/07/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Report: U.N. Security Council To Meet On Syria
The U.N. Security Council plans to meet in closed session next week to discuss what to do about Syria's refusal to cooperate with an investigation of its alleged secret nuclear activities, diplomats told The Associated Press on Monday.
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11/06/2011 | Frente Externo
Perú - decepción de indígenas por decisión de Congreso
La principal organización indígena peruana, Aidesep, expresó el viernes su decepción por la decisión del Congreso que liberó de responsabilidad penal a tres ex ministros por la muerte de 34 personas en la zona de Bagua en 2009.
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11/06/2011 | Frente Externo
Perú - decepción de indígenas por decisión de Congreso
La principal organización indígena peruana, Aidesep, expresó el viernes su decepción por la decisión del Congreso que liberó de responsabilidad penal a tres ex ministros por la muerte de 34 personas en la zona de Bagua en 2009.
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30/05/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Libia - Rebeldes no producirán petróleo hasta que sea seguro
Los yacimientos petrolíferos situados en la mitad oriental de Libia controlada por la rebelión no reanudarán su producción hasta que sea seguro enviar trabajadores, dijo el domingo el ministro de finanzas de los insurgentes.
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30/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Siria - pondrá fin a secreto nuclear
Siria aceptó cooperar plenamente con la ONU, la cual pretende investigar las evidencias firmes de que el país construyó en secreto un reactor nuclear que habría servido para la posible fabricación de armas atómicas, de acuerdo con un documento compartido con The Associated Press.
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30/05/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Libia - Rebeldes no producirán petróleo hasta que sea seguro
Los yacimientos petrolíferos situados en la mitad oriental de Libia controlada por la rebelión no reanudarán su producción hasta que sea seguro enviar trabajadores, dijo el domingo el ministro de finanzas de los insurgentes.
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30/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Siria - pondrá fin a secreto nuclear
Siria aceptó cooperar plenamente con la ONU, la cual pretende investigar las evidencias firmes de que el país construyó en secreto un reactor nuclear que habría servido para la posible fabricación de armas atómicas, de acuerdo con un documento compartido con The Associated Press.
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17/05/2011 | Frente Externo
Africa - Group: 800 killed in Nigeria post-election riots
At least 800 people were killed in postelection violence that swept across northern Nigeria as it became clear that a northern candidate would not succeed in unseating the southern president, an international human rights group said Monday.
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17/05/2011 | Frente Externo
Africa - Group: 800 killed in Nigeria post-election riots
At least 800 people were killed in postelection violence that swept across northern Nigeria as it became clear that a northern candidate would not succeed in unseating the southern president, an international human rights group said Monday.
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16/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Massacre in northern Guatemala leaves 27 dead
Guatemalan national police say at least 27 people are dead in a massacre in a northern region overrun with drug traffickers.
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16/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico immigration agency to screen officials
Mexico's immigration agency says it will subject officials to psychological, drug and lie detector tests in an effort to combat corruption.
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16/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Cartel violence impacts US businesses in Mexico
Dozens of Mattel Inc. employees were on their way to another day of work making Power Wheels in Mexico’s industrial heartland when gunshots erupted around them and a grenade ripped into one of their buses, killing one worker and wounding five.
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16/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Guatemala - Headless bodies found in Guatemala drug region
The decapitated bodies of 25 men and two women have been found near Guatemala's border with Mexico.
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16/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Massacre in northern Guatemala leaves 27 dead
Guatemalan national police say at least 27 people are dead in a massacre in a northern region overrun with drug traffickers.
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16/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico immigration agency to screen officials
Mexico's immigration agency says it will subject officials to psychological, drug and lie detector tests in an effort to combat corruption.
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16/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Cartel violence impacts US businesses in Mexico
Dozens of Mattel Inc. employees were on their way to another day of work making Power Wheels in Mexico’s industrial heartland when gunshots erupted around them and a grenade ripped into one of their buses, killing one worker and wounding five.
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16/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Guatemala - Headless bodies found in Guatemala drug region
The decapitated bodies of 25 men and two women have been found near Guatemala's border with Mexico.
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06/05/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Economic Worries Send Oil Below $100 Per Barrel
Oil plunged nearly 9 percent to settle below $100 per barrel. Mounting concerns about the U.S. economy triggered the biggest one-day percentage decline in more than two years.
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06/05/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Economic Worries Send Oil Below $100 Per Barrel
Oil plunged nearly 9 percent to settle below $100 per barrel. Mounting concerns about the U.S. economy triggered the biggest one-day percentage decline in more than two years.
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16/04/2011 | Frente Externo
Perú - Elecciones 2011: García destaca candidatos planteen estabilidad económica
El presidente Alan García saludó el viernes que Ollanta Humala y Keiko Fujimori, los candidatos de la segunda vuelta presidencial, muestren actitudes que reflejen su preocupación por "salvaguardar" el crecimiento económico del país.
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13/04/2011 | Frente Externo
Peru - Election 2011: Peru's Vargas Llosa: I won't vote for Fujimori
Nobel Prize-winning author Mario Vargas Llosa says he just might vote for Ollanta Humala in Peru's presidential runoff election.
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10/04/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Russia - Hackers Attack Novaya Gazeta
A cyber attack on Friday paralyzed the website of a popular independent newspaper, days after similar attacks knocked off Russia's most popular blogging site.
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09/04/2011 | Frente Externo
Election - Peru poll: Toledo drops to 4th in presidential race, leftist ex-officer holds lead
Leftist former army officer Ollanta Humala was favoured by 31.9 per cent of voters in a poll released just two days ahead of Peru's presidential elections. Keiko Fujimori, daughter of an imprisoned former president, was second with 22.3 per cent.
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09/04/2011 | Frente Externo
EEUU: resalta muertes de civiles en las protestas de Perú
En Perú no se registraron asesinatos por razones políticas, pero la policía dio muerte a civiles durante protestas, según un informe del Departamento de Estado de Estados Unidos sobre situación de los Derechos Humanos en 2010.
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06/04/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
DEA chief: Mexico cartels' reach affects the world
The United States' top drug enforcer says that countries across the world are concerned about the long reach of Mexican drug cartels.
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05/04/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Mexican border police deny role in disappearances
Rights activists and relatives of four men missing in this border city raised questions Monday about whether officers of the city's new get-tough police chief were responsible for the men's disappearance.
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01/04/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Guatemala - Guatemalans demonstrate in support of accused drug lord as supporter of the community
Police say 400 people marched in support of Guatemala's reputed top drug trafficker captured by the government and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
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30/03/2011 | En Profundidad
Hugo Chavez, Journalism Award-Winner In Argentina
Hugo Chavez, winner of a journalism award?.
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30/03/2011 | Frente Externo
Denuncian política energética amenaza indígenas en Ecuador
La Confederación de Nacionalidades Indígenas (Conaie) denunció el martes en la Fiscalía que la política energética del gobierno del presidente Rafael Correa está conduciendo al país a "un virtual proceso etnocida" contra los pueblos amazónicos.
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19/03/2011 | Frente Externo
Protests Erupt Across Syria
Protests erupted in at least three part of Syria on Friday in the gravest unrest in years in one of the Mideast's most repressive states, according to accounts from state television, witnesses and social media.
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24/02/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Libya ex-justice minister: Gadhafi personally ordered Lockerbie bombing
Gadhafi accepted Libya's responsibility for the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed 270; He hasn't admitted personally giving the order for the attack.
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15/02/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Colombia nabs fully submersible drug submarine
Colombian soldiers have for the first time seized a fully submersible drug-smuggling submarine capable of reaching the coast of Mexico, authorities announced Monday.
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10/02/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Paraguay reactivará cuarteles en frontera con Bolivia
El gobierno del presidente Fernando Lugo reactivará unos cuatro fortines militares abandonados en la frontera con Bolivia, en el árido territorio del Chaco Boreal al oeste de la capital paraguaya.
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08/02/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Reputed drug 'queen' sentenced for arms possession
A reputed Mexican drug cartel "queen" who once got Botox in prison has been sentenced to time already served on a weapons charge, authorities said Sunday.
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05/02/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US hits Colombian drug cartel's Caribbean network
The U.S. government has charged nearly two dozen people with moving drugs and illicit money through the Caribbean for a major Colombian drug cartel.
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01/02/2011 | Frente Externo
Mexican gangs using catapults to launch marijuana packages into U.S.
Drug smugglers are using an ancient invention as a new way to move marijuana across the U.S. border.
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29/01/2011 | Frente Externo
Argentina y Brasil construirán juntos reactores nucleares
Las presidentas de Brasil, Dilma Rousseff, y Argentina, Cristina Fernández, firmarán un acuerdo para la construcción conjunta de reactores nucleares en ambos países para la investigación del uso pacífico de la energía atómica.
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24/01/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Russia - Explosion Kills 31 at Domodedovo Airport
An explosion ripped through the international arrivals hall at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport on Monday, killing 31 people and wounding about 130, Health and Social Development Ministry officials said.
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23/01/2011 | Frente Externo
Thousands Demand Ouster Of Yemen's President
Drawing inspiration from the revolt in Tunisia, thousands of Yemenis fed up with their president's 32-year rule demanded his ouster Saturday in a noisy demonstration that appeared to be the first large-scale public challenge to the strongman.
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18/01/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
US Companies Expand Goals As China Leader Arrives
U.S. companies have long demanded that China let its currency rise to make U.S. exports cheaper. But as President Hu Jintao visits Washington this week, U.S. companies are stressing other goals: Stopping the theft of intellectual property. And getting a fair chance to win government contracts.
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12/01/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico detains 5 in kidnappings of CentAm migrants
Five people have been arrested in the kidnappings of Central American migrants in southern Mexico, federal prosecutors said Monday.
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06/01/2011 | Frente Externo
Pay-to-run charge hits Peru presidential campaign
Supporters of a former Lima mayor who is among the front-runners in Peru's presidential race spent Wednesday fending off allegations that one of his party's two vice presidential candidates paid to get the nomination.
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21/11/2010 | Dossier Joseph Ratzinger
Pope Says Condoms Can Be Used In Some Cases
Pope Benedict XVI says in a new book that condoms can be justified for male prostitutes seeking to stop HIV, a stunning turnaround for a church that has long opposed condoms and a pontiff who has blamed them for making the AIDS crisis worse.
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08/11/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Russia - 12 Killed in Village Attack
Unidentified attackers armed with knives killed 12 people, including three children and a newborn, who had gathered Friday for a celebration at a home in a Krasnodar region village, authorities said. The attackers then tried to burn the bodies.
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17/10/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Murder trial postponed for Suriname's president
The murder trial for Suriname's former dictator resumed Friday for the first time since he returned to power as the elected president, but the judge postponed it again after none of the defense witnesses appeared to testify.
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08/10/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - US Wavers In Drug War With Calif. Pot Vote
President Felipe Calderon said Thursday that a California ballot measure to legalize marijuana represents hypocrisy in U.S. drug policy for encouraging consumption while at the same time demanding that Mexico and other countries crack down on drug trafficking.
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08/10/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - US Wavers In Drug War With Calif. Pot Vote
President Felipe Calderon said Thursday that a California ballot measure to legalize marijuana represents hypocrisy in U.S. drug policy for encouraging consumption while at the same time demanding that Mexico and other countries crack down on drug trafficking.
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15/09/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Colombia - Capturan ex presidente Congreso por nexos con paras
El ex presidente del Congreso, Javier Cáceres, fue detenido el martes luego de que la Corte Suprema librara una orden de captura en su contra por presuntos vínculos con bandas paramilitares, se informó oficialmente.
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03/09/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Brasil - Lula respalda a Santos en lucha contra ´terrorismo´
El presidente brasileño Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva respaldó el miércoles a su colega colombiano Juan Manuel Santos en la lucha contra el terrorismo, en una referencia a la guerrilla de las FARC.
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03/09/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Brasil - Lula respalda a Santos en lucha contra ´terrorismo´
El presidente brasileño Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva respaldó el miércoles a su colega colombiano Juan Manuel Santos en la lucha contra el terrorismo, en una referencia a la guerrilla de las FARC.
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11/08/2010 | Frente Externo
Death Toll From China Landslide Doubles
The death toll from landslides in northwestern China more than doubled to 702 Tuesday, as rescue crews in three Asian countries struggled to reach survivors from flooding that has imperiled millions.
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29/07/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
Brasil y Nicaragua quien lanzar negociación Mercosur-SICA
Los presidentes de Brasil y Nicaragua llamaron el miércoles a lanzar las negociaciones para un acuerdo comercial entre los bloques del Mercosur y el Sistema de Integración Centroamericana (SICA).
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16/07/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Israel arresta a extremista judío por asesinato de palestinos
Un extremista ultraortodoxo judío fue detenido en Israel bajo sospecha de que asesinó a tres palestinos hace más de una década, informaron las autoridades el jueves.
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06/07/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Ecuador - Seized Drug Submarine Is Huge Leap For Smugglers
A 100-foot, twin-screw diesel submarine seized at a jungle shipyard in Ecuador marks a quantum, if anticipated, leap in drug-smuggling evasion technology, the top U.S. counter-drug official for the region said Sunday.
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21/06/2010 | Frente Externo
Kyrgyz Crisis Threatens China's Influence
Bustling trade between China and Kyrgyzstan has slowed to a trickle since deadly violence broke out in Kyrgyzstan, and experts say the crisis could diminish Beijing's economic clout in the country while bolstering rival Russia's already dominant influence.
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10/06/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico's navy seizes cache of explosives on U.S. info
Mexico's navy seized 45 pounds of powerful explosives Wednesday in a residential neighborhood in the capital after an exchange of information with U.S. authorities.
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18/05/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
NATO's New Mission Statement Prioritizes Russia
NATO must expand ties with Russia, win the war in Afghanistan, counter the threat posed by Iran's missiles and assure the security of its 28 members, according to its new mission statement for the next decade.
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09/02/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US - Criminal Probe Is Launched In Conn. Plant Blast
Authorities looking for the cause of an explosion that killed five people at a power plant under construction launched a criminal investigation Monday, saying they could not rule out criminal negligence as the cause.
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19/01/2010 | Frente Externo
Defense chief says no US police role in Haiti
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Monday the U.S. forces in Haiti for earthquake relief can defend themselves and innocent Haitians or foreigners if lawlessness boils over.
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18/01/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Medvedev: U.S. arms talks progressing
Talks between the U.S. and Russia on a new arms control treaty have been difficult but the two sides have made great progress toward a deal on limiting their nuclear arsenals, President Dmitry Medvedev said Saturday.
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14/01/2010 | Economía y Finanzas
Ecuador Minister Resigns Over Amazon Oil Project
Ecuador's foreign minister resigned Tuesday after President Rafael Correa criticized his handling of negotiations to prevent oil drilling in a pristine Amazon reserve.
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13/01/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico Drug Lord Caught, Officials Say
Federal troops stormed a seaside vacation home and captured one of the country's most brutal drug lords Tuesday, the second time in less than a month that Mexico has taken down one of its most powerful traffickers.
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12/01/2010 | Frente Externo
Chile Opens Museum of Memory for Dirty War Victims
Chile inaugurated the Museum of Memory on Monday to make sure the tens of thousands of people who were imprisoned, killed or disappeared during Gen. Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship are not forgotten.
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07/01/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
France still confident on Brazilian jet order
France downplayed Wednesday a report that Brazil's air force favors a Swedish competitor to French defense contractor Dassault's Rafale fighter jet for an order worth up to $4.4 billion.
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05/01/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Jamaica Will Monitor Extremist Muslim Cleric
A Jamaican-born Muslim cleric once jailed in Britain for urging the killing of Americans, Hindus and Jews will be a security concern for his Caribbean homeland when he is deported from Kenya, an official said Monday.
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30/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Peru - Verdict due for Peru's authoritarian antihero
The man who energetically led Peru back from the brink of economic collapse and crushed a fanatical Maoist insurgency during his 1990s presidency is now a much diminished figure. The once-leonine Alberto Fujimori shuffles wearily in and out of a courtroom, awaiting what most Peruvians believe will be his conviction on murder and kidnapping charges.
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27/03/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Afghanistan's intelligence chief accuses Pakistan spy agency of aiding Taliban fighters along border
Afghanistan's intelligence chief accused Pakistan's spy agency of helping Taliban militants to carry out attacks in his country like the ones that killed 10 policemen Thursday.
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26/03/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
China criticizes new US report on its military
China on Thursday criticized a newly released U.S. report on Beijing's growing military power as a "gross distortion," saying it could damage military relations between the two countries.Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang lashed out at the report as "interference" in China's affairs and said his country had formally complained to the United States.
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08/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Ecuador - Comisión investigará incursión colombiana
El presidente Rafael Correa avaló el sábado la creación de una comisión solicitada por la oposición para que investigue el ataque colombiano a una base guerrillera instalada en territorio ecuatoriano hace un año e indague los supuestos vínculos de un ex funcionario del gobierno con las FARC y una red de narcotráfico.
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08/03/2009 | Frente Externo
Ecuador - Comisión investigará incursión colombiana
El presidente Rafael Correa avaló el sábado la creación de una comisión solicitada por la oposición para que investigue el ataque colombiano a una base guerrillera instalada en territorio ecuatoriano hace un año e indague los supuestos vínculos de un ex funcionario del gobierno con las FARC y una red de narcotráfico.
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04/03/2009 | Sociedad
Muslim-Americans
Muslims in America have a much more positive outlook on life than their counterparts in most predominantly Muslim countries and some other Western societies, according to a poll released Monday.
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04/03/2009 | Sociedad
Muslim-Americans
Muslims in America have a much more positive outlook on life than their counterparts in most predominantly Muslim countries and some other Western societies, according to a poll released Monday.
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