Daily Archives: 5 junio, 2015

Tsipras advocates integrated solution and secures deal is close

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The Greek government seeks to resolve the debt with creditors without simultaneously affecting the people of Greece.

Venezuela praises decision not to increase oil production

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The member countries of OPEC agreed to maintain the supply of 30 million barrels per day until next December 4.

USA threatens military action against Russia

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Studying measures run the US government against Russia are due to the “alleged” violation of the Treaty of Medium Range Nuclear Forces (INF).

Senators urge Obama to unveil Saudi support events of 11-S

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A document where the sponsorship of Saudi Arabia is evidence to the unfortunate events of 11-S, 2001, prepared in 2002 and filed by order of then president George W. Bush, to protect relations between the two nations.

Increase to 200 the dead by explosion of gas station in Ghana

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Emergency personnel continues with the rescue of the bodies which are still under the rubble.

Cuba hosts conference on digital political communication

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Cuba brings together experts and delegates from 30 countries to discuss the development and use of information and communications technology as part of the review process of the 10 years of the World Summit on the Information.

Mexico socket will become world baseball stadium

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The capital’s square will host an international competition with the participation of major league players from the United States.

Venezuela: university staff salary increase

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Nicolas Maduro said he is in discussion the collective agreement for the workers, staff and faculty.

Romanian prosecutors investigating the prime minister for corruption

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Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta, is being investigated on charges of tax evasion, money laundering and forgery.

Clashes in Ukraine point to a worsening of the conflict

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The Security Council of the United Nations met on Friday and asked the parties involved to respect the ceasefire to prevent an escalation of the humanitarian crisis.