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lunes, 25 de abril de 2011

A Forecasting Analysis of the BOVESPA

A Forecasting Analysis of the BOVESPA: "Brazil still struggles with large wealth disparity and high levels of poverty in certain regions of the country. While total GDP is very high, with regard to GDP on a per capita basis ($11289), Brazil is ranked 71st globally. Furthermore, Brazil on the ...


European tourists rescued in Chile

European tourists rescued in Chile

SANTIAGO — Rescuers have located alive two European tourists who went missing for two days on the slopes of the Quetrupillan volcano during a snowstorm at a picturesque national park in Chile, police said. Italian Anna Lombardo and Czech national ...

Venezuela to Use Oil Revenues in Socio-Economic Investments ...

Venezuela to Use Oil Revenues in Socio-Economic Investments ...: "Caracas, Apr 22 (Prensa Latina) Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced an executive decree for increasing the socio-economic investments from the current high prices of oil, which exceed $100 USD per barrel. ...


Peru Election Is Evidence of Reinvigorated Region

Peru Election Is Evidence of Reinvigorated Region: "
Now that Brazil's former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has catapulted to global-rock-star status, it's easy to forget that the onetime steelworker once spooked most of his countrymen—not to mention foreign investors. His encomiums to a command ...


Newsweek
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Argentina: Palermo ends drought in Boca win

Argentina: Palermo ends drought in Boca win: "Cristian Chavez fired the Buenos Aires side into a 19th minute lead which they retained at half-time. Nicolas Colazo added a second early in the second half before veteran striker Martin Palermo rounded things off in the 82nd minute to end his run of ...


The sick will get sicker under Senate plan

The sick will get sicker under Senate plan: "... permanently and totally disabled, and living below the federal poverty line. The Senate's cuts hurt all hospitals but are disproportionately damaging to the 15 safety net hospitals providing nearly half the Medicaid and charity care in Florida. ...


Rising River Kills 6 Kids, 3 Adults, 3 Others Missing in Venezuela

Rising River Kills 6 Kids, 3 Adults, 3 Others Missing in Venezuela: "CARACAS – The rain-produced rise in a small river in a rural town in northwestern Venezuela swept away 12 people who were swimming in it, nine of whom drowned – among them six children – and three others who are missing, authorities said. ...


United States Cuba Relations - Splitting Hairs and Gerontocracy

United States Cuba Relations - Splitting Hairs and Gerontocracy: "There have been several major events on the US Cuba relations front since we last posted. The first was Cuba's Communist Party Congress. The second was the US Treasury OFAC publication of its guidance and application of new travel regulations to Cuba ...


Cocaine accused denies licence reports

Cocaine accused denies licence reports: "
Ms Armstrong, 54, a former Maori Language Commission deputy chief executive, was arrested on April 13 after Buenos Aires Airport police allegedly found the cocaine hidden in her suitcase. Ms Armstrong has said she did not know about the drugs and was ...


Stuff.co.nz
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Peru May Fall in Latin line: Leftist Gets Most Votes for President

Peru May Fall in Latin line: Leftist Gets Most Votes for President: "... 66 percent of Peruvians live in poverty, half in extreme poverty. ... as Chavez and his leftist allies in Bolivia and Ecuador have done. ...
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David Ellison: Drug woes may result in unexpected consequences

David Ellison: Drug woes may result in unexpected consequences: "The real explanation, however, had to do with rampant fears about Mexico's violent drug wars. The locals lamented how tourism had declined by nearly 80 percent. During my sumptuous but lonely dinners by lantern-light at The Lodge, I mused quite a bit ...


Russia, Venezuela to bolster ties

Russia, Venezuela to bolster ties: "
Venezuelan lawmakers have nodded the creation of a parliamentary panel for Russian-Venezuelan friendship, which will contribute to the two countries' full-fledged collaboration, including in the socio-economic and cultural sectors. ...


The Voice of Russia
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Death and violence scar the Argentine game

Death and violence scar the Argentine game: "by STEPHEN WADE AP Sports Writer BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) - Argentina is one of the world's greatest nations when it comes to football, but deadly violence is scarring the game there. An activist group "Let's Save Football" says there have been 13 ...


Communist Party ties delay green cards for Cuban doctors

Communist Party ties delay green cards for Cuban doctors: "By Alfonso Chardy Dozens of Cuban doctors encouraged to defect to the United States now face delays in obtaining green cards and citizenship because they joined the Communist Party or affiliated organizations in Cuba when they were young, according to ...


US government stays clear of Mexican lawsuit against gun sellers

US government stays clear of Mexican lawsuit against gun sellers

The planned lawsuit by Mexico against US gun sellers it accuses of stirring up its drug war is expected to be filed soon. Mexico hired the law firm of Reid, Collins & Tsai in November. The firm is preparing evidence alleging the gun stores violated the ...

Mexico's mass graves underscore concerns over thousands missing

Mexico's mass graves underscore concerns over thousands missing

Across Mexico, as investigators uncover more clandestine graves, Mexicans are clamoring for attention to the invisible victims of the drug war: the estimated 3000 to 5000 people who have disappeared since President Felipe Calderon took on organized ...

Venezuela's power demand to increase to 18200 MW this year Daily ...

Venezuela's power demand to increase to 18200 MW this year Daily ...: "Venezuelan energy authorities expect that power demand will increase to 18200 megawatts in 2011, driven by the country's housing plan and domestic economic ...


Change Still Slow In Cuba

Change Still Slow In Cuba: "There was no sign of the generational transformation in leadership that many Cubans have hoped for. Political control remains in the hands of the close circle of Castro allies who have ruled Cuba for 52 years. For the first time in 14 years, ...


Colombian officials hope to extradite terror suspect from Venezuela

Colombian officials hope to extradite terror suspect from Venezuela: "By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) -- Venezuelan authorities may hand over an alleged leader of a leftist guerrilla group Monday, Colombia's president said. Joaquin Perez Becerra was detained at a Venezuelan airport after arriving on a flight from Frankfurt, ...


Venezuelan authorities search for three missing bodies in the state of Yaracuy

Venezuelan authorities search for three missing bodies in the state of Yaracuy

Security forces of the state of Yaracuy, in the central region of Venezuela, continued on Sunday to search for three people still missing of a total of 10 people who died last Saturday after being swept away by the stream in Pozo de la Vara ravine, ...

No patent applications in Venezuela in the past five years

No patent applications in Venezuela in the past five years: "
As stated by Ivonne Gonçalves de Schwartz, general director of Clarke, Modet & Cº Venezuela, a leading Spanish intellectual property group, the protection of intellectual and industrial property rights is vital for the development of modern economies. ...


El Universal
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Coast Guard returns 13 migrants to Cuba

Coast Guard returns 13 migrants to Cuba: "MIAMI, April 25 (UPI) -- US Coast Guard crews repatriated 13 Cubans spotted in two boats off the South Florida coast back to Bahia de Cabanas, authorities said. The Coast Guard received a call last week of six migrants seen aboard a vessel near Baker's ...


Venezuela, Iran to Hold Joint Commission Meeting

Venezuela, Iran to Hold Joint Commission Meeting: "By Prensa Latina / redaccion@ahora.cu / Monday, 25 April 2011 11:03 Venezuela and Iran are preparing a new meeting of their Joint Commission in the next few days to strengthen bilateral strategic ties in several sectors, the Foreign Ministry said ...


Four women, teenage girl found stripped with throats slashed in Acapulco

Four women, teenage girl found stripped with throats slashed in Acapulco

A favorite stop for American tourists, Acapulco has been convulsed in recent months by violent turf wars between rival drug gangs that have left thousands dead in Mexico. Still, mass murders of women are not the way traffickers usually settle scores, ...

Sentencing hearing begins in death-penalty murder trial

Sentencing hearing begins in death-penalty murder trial: "
Rivera-Rodriguez had become immune to violence growing up in the projects of Puerto Rico, the doctor testified. Violence was the only method he knew to cope, Dr. Jerome Gottlieb said. "He has suppressed all emotions, Violence has become a way of life," ...


Lancaster Newspapers
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