Monthly Archives: enero 2015

Malaysia compensate families of victims of Flight MH370

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The Malaysian Government will take steps to address the needs of the immediate families of the 239 people aboard the flight MH370 disappeared on March 8, 2014.

Ban Ki-moon supports strengthening fight against Boko Haram

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During the 24th Summit of the African Union held in Addis Adeba, capital of Ethiopia, UN Secretary-General welcomed the decision to be adopted by the Security Council of the UN.

We can: “Spain is thirsting for democracy”

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“Europe and Spain face the financial totalitarianism (…) We can dream, can overcome,” said Pablo Iglesias.

Supporters of “we” march in Spain

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The “March for Change” was established as a new step for social and political transformation that seek españalones.

Former head of Colombia’s intelligence is delivered in Panama

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The former director of the DAS was delivered at the Consulate of Colombia in Panama, before a committee of the prosecuting body.

Further consultations held in Minsk by armed conflict in Ukraine

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It plans to close deals with the signatories of the protocol Minsk, which includes measures to solve the Ukrainian conflict.

Israel returns to attack peaceful protest against settlements

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The soldiers of the regime in Tel Aviv (Israel’s capital) again attacked hundreds of Palestinians in the West Bank and arrested a journalist.

FANB supports Diosdado Cabello to unfounded accusations

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The entity that brings together the various military components in Venezuela, expressed his support for President of the National Assembly of the South American country, Diosdado Cabello, who was accused by a Venezuelan exmilitar allegedly linked to drug trafficking activities performed.

Armed gangs in Syria are facing each other

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Idlib province is now the scene of fighting between the Nusra Front and Hazzm Movement within the internal war that maintain these mercenary groups. Atareb, a town 20 kilometers from the border with Turkey, also presents clashes.

South Africa frees murderer leader of Apartheid

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The also known as the “murderer number one” paid only 20 years of two life sentences imposed by promoting hundreds of crimes against blacks during the Apartheid regime.