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Bolivia: police insurgency in Santa Cruz, Sucre and Cochabamba in rejection of government by Evo Morales

Bolivian police rioted on Friday in the barracks in the cities Cochabamba, Sucre and Santa Cruz in protest against the government of President Evo Morales. The Department of Command of Santa Cruz took an hour to join the national police, which first began at 6pm in the Special Operations Tactical Unit (UTOP) in Cochabamba. When around 3,000 people had already …

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Fire and looting in Santiago during "the third largest march in Chile"

Tens of thousands of protesters participated this Friday in the so-called third largest march in Chile, in central Plaza Italia in Santiago, where a few meters away and in the middle of the riots a large fire was registered at the headquarters of A university [19659002] Three weeks after an unprecedented outbreak and on the sidelines of a massive march …

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After 580 days in prison, Lula da Silva was released

Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio da Silva was released this Friday, after federal judge Danilo Pereira Junior so ruled, after 19 months in prison as part of an 8-year and 10-month prison term for corruption. The decision, published at 4:15 local time, came after the Supreme Court's ruling (STF) on Thursday, which determined that prison sentences begin serving only when …

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Monseñor Héctor Aguer cargó vs Tinelli y De Brito y manifesto su rechazo por la comunidad gay

Fuente: Archivo "The naturalization of the antinatural", as its title una columna publicada por Monseñor Héctor Aguer and the portal info católica, donde criticó, sin nombrarlos, a los conductors Ángel de Brito de Los Angeles de la mañana, y Marcelo Tinelli conductor de show Match. Además, criticism of lesbian and gay community, gays, bisexuals and trans (Lgbt) Mentioned realism of …

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From the massacre of the LeBarón family, EEUU senenaron senate and senior Mexican officials

Established states that the president contends with the Gobierno Mexican for the asylum of the LeBarón family . Josh Hawley, senator of the United States Supreme Court of Missouri, and activos who are connected to Mexican workers and Estados Unidos (EEUU), by negroes and combatants of narcotravico charts " as a citizen of the state of residence". Across the gobierno …

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What is the evidence of the political trial against the prosecutor who was accused of raping his ex-girlfriend

On Wednesday this week, Prosecutor Luz Castany requested six years and six months in prison before the oral court No. 8 for the Attorney General Julio César Castro accused of having raped and beaten his former partner, a 20-year-old lawyer, for offenses with meat access is repeated twice in a real competition with minor injuries . But more allegations of …

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