Daily Archives: 23 junio, 2014

Humala renew his cabinet minister after resignation


Among the new headlines that Peruvian President Ollanta Humala appointed, is the trade diplomat, Gonzalo Gutiérrez replacing Chancellor Eda Rivas. The cabinet reshuffle comes at a time of high popularity for the president.

UN reaffirmed the right of Puerto Rico to independence


The Committee on Decolonization of the United Nations, urged the U.S. government to return the stolen land, release political prisoners and promote a process in which Puerto Ricans could develop their rights.

Ceasefire until 27 June in southeastern Ukrainian


The aim federalisatas during the stipulated time can reach agreements with Ukrainian President Piotr Poroshenko, the Army has shown a harsh crackdown on separatist desires of Donetsk and Lugansk regions.

8 degree earthquake lights in Alaska Pacific tsunami warning


The Tsunami Warning Center Pacific (PTWC), requested that people who are in areas affected by the alert to seek higher ground and away from the coast. Another earthquake of magnitude 7.2 occurred in New Zealand.

Gays enjoy full social guarantees in Uruguay


During the inauguration of the “Free and Equal” international campaign, the UN spokesman, Amerigo Incalcaterra congratulated the Uruguayan government for its policies of social inclusion for all people in the community of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) .

Argentina reiterates willingness to negotiate with vulture funds


President Cristina Fernández posted on his Twitter account a document request suspension of the injunction to cancel the debt, did the lawyers in the country to judge, Thomas Griesa, highlighting the State’s willingness to negotiate with the bondholders.

Iran strengthens border security in Iraq to advance jihadist


“Due to the unusual situation in Iraq and its proximity to the western regions, have taken steps to increase control and monitoring and securing the border,” said Iranian Interior Minister told reporters.

Peasants in Guatemala protest against mining projects


Members of indigenous communities and peasants were mobilized in the streets of the capital in protest of mining projects and electricity billing rates, they ordered nationalize due to sabotage the system. They demanded respect for their way of life.

Morales: U.S. Decision on vulture funds is an assault on the economy Argentina


The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales expressed his solidarity with the Argentine government to whom the American justice intends to pay “17 times” the value of the original debt because of so-called vulture funds made in the past.

U.S. holds more than 52,000 immigrant children


Social organizations and human rights defenders, have spoken out against the inhumane conditions that are subjected immigrant children who are detained in the United States.