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Trade dispute between China and the United States can be an opportunity for Latin America: Chinese diplomat | headlines

LIMA, April 11 (Reuters) – A possible trade war between the United States and China, the world's two largest economies, could pave the way for Latin America to boost its exports to the Asian giant, the Chinese ambassador said on Wednesday. Peru. However, in an interview with Reuters, Jia Guide stated that trade francs between Washington and Beijing governments could …

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USA threatens Russia with missile attack in Syria

Washington, (EFE) .- US President Donald Trump today launched a direct threat to Russia to prepare for a missile offensive in Syria in protest for the alleged chemical attack from the past week of the Duma, which The international community suggests the regime Bashar al-Assad. "Russia promises to shoot down all missiles fired in Syria. Get ready Russia, to go …

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Explosion in the Bolivia mine leaves at least eight deaths – El Diario

An explosion inside a mine south of La Paz left at least eight deaths and about 13 injured on Wednesday, the authorities reported. A dumper with miners and dynamite obviously exploded accidentally when the vehicle it pulled through a ramp 240m deep, informed Associated Press Mayor of Huanuni, where the accident occurred, Felipe Martínez. The explosion occurred in the early …

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Up to eight people killed in the explosion in Huanuni; expert investigation is investigating the case

Up to eight people died of the explosion at Level 240 in the Huanuni state ministry, which occurred early on Wednesday. A commission of police, prosecutor and government officials has moved to Oruro City, which declared a 30-day duel to investigate and draft a report on the matter. The original figure was seven deceased, but before dinner, another miner's death …

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US Sinaloa Cartel recruiter convicted in the United States

Washington. – The transporter Jesús Manuel Salazar Núñez was sentenced in San Diego, California, to San Diego, California for 11 years and three months in prison to coordinate the transport of methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin from Mexico to the United States territory. The United States Department of Justice informed in a statement on the opinion of Salazar Núñez during a …

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Eight police killed in attack with explosives in northwestern Colombia

BOGOTÁ.- At least eight police were killed on Wednesday in an attack on explosives against an armed force traveling on a highway in northwestern Colombia, a region where it has a strong presence. Clan del Golfo the country's leading criminal gang, reported the authorities. "The balance of eight police officers was killed and a vehicle of the institution affected by …

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The US Senate did not know with Mark Zuckerberg

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) – The United States Congress does not understand Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg was blamed from the Senate Committee's hearing on Tuesday, and he did so largely because the majority of the senator asked him questions, they had no idea how Facebook worked, what were the solutions to their problems, or even what they tried to accomplish by calling …

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Putin hopes that common sense prevails in international relations

Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed hope today that "common sense" will prevail in international relations after US leader Donald Trump warned Russia to prepare for an 19459004 attack on Syria . "The situation in the world is becoming increasingly chaotic, but hopefully common sense and international relations are likely to enter a constructive channel," Putin said. Putin, who has labeled …

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