Mexican PRI Approves Coalition for 2012 Elections

0 Mexico, Nov 17. -The Standing Policy Committee of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) approved on Thursday a grand coalition with the Green Party of Mexico (PVEM) and the New Partnership for the elections of 2012.With this alliance, the tricolor party will fight elections for the presidency of Mexico and seats in the Congress.This union will be called Commitment by

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Spain to Make Fourth Face Transplant

2 Madrid, Nov 17. -Spain will make its fourth face transplant after the National Public Health System Transplant Commission approved the operation, according to press reports. The announcement was made on Tuesday by Leire Pajin, Minister of Public Health, Social Policy and Equality, during the inauguration of a symposium called Ultimas Noticias en Transplante (Transplant Latest News) sponsored by the

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Guatemalan Authorities OKed Illegal U.S. Experiments

0 Guatemala, Oct 15. -Guatemalan health authorities approved the illegal U.S. experiments carried out on Guatemalans in the 1940s, according to reports disclosed Thursday. A report by the U.S. Public Health Service refers to an alleged agreement between high-ranking Guatemalan physicians and the former Pan-American Health Office, a new disclosure in the case. The supposed agreement gave the green light

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Dominican Senate: Free the Cuban 5

1 Santo Domingo, Sep 9. -The Senate of the Dominican Republic approved a resolution calling on U.S. President Barack Obama to release the five Cuban antiterrorist fighters unjustly held in U.S. prisons. The Senate resolution, passed on Thursday, states that Ramon Labañino, Rene Gonzalez, Fernando Gonzalez, Antonio Guerrero and Gerardo Hernandez, universally known as the Cuban Five, should be pardoned

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Iran Warns it Will Retaliate Inspection of Ships

3 Teheran, Jun 28. -Iran warned it would retaliate inspection of its cargo ships as a result of recent sanctions approved in the United States parodying the Council of "Anti-Security." The head of Maritime Transport of the Islamic Republic, Mohammad Hossein Dajmar, affirmed that "to protect its national interests Iran will insure the use of its legal rights and retaliate

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Increased Opposition to Anti-immigration Law in US

0 Washington, Jun 3. -US Local governments, political and social personalities reject application of Law SB 1070 approved by the state of Arizona that criminalizes immigrants. Tucson, Arizona, joined Wednesday the rejection and supported the demand presented by local police agents against the measure. Policeman Martin Escobar sued the State government in the Tucson district court last April claiming that

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