Libya’s Situation Remains Uncertain, The West Loots

1 Tripoli, Sep 1. -Sporadic combats and contradictory reports over the situation of leader Muammar Gaddafi keep the country's fate uncertain, while Libyans wait expectantly for a conference that is taking place in Paris, attended by the alleged friends of this country. Paris Hosts Summit on Libya's Future Russia, Brazil, India to Attend Session on Libya in Paris Spokespersons of

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Unemployment Increases in the DR

2 Santo Domingo, July 22. -Nearly 70,000 people were unemployed in the Dominican Republic over the past three years, according to a new report.The analysis that was conducted by the Henri Hebrard Consultants firm for the Association of Industries of Herrera and the province of Santo Domingo indicates taht the unemployment rate rose from 14 percent in April 2008 to

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Libya: Living Conditions Deteriorate as NATO Bombings Continue

2 Tripoli, Jun 6. -NATO intensified its air raids over this capital and other parts of Libya on Monday, further damaging the living conditions of civilians while backing the offensive by anti-government rebels. NATO warplanes and helicopter gunships fired at buildings in Tripoli where Libyan leader Muammar Gadaffi is assumed to live, as well as other armed forces and government

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Libya: NATO Blocks Sea Access, Fighting Continues

2 Tripoli, May 23. -The Libyan government said Monday that NATO air raids over several ports are blocking access to the sea, while other attacks are backing rebels in their armed offensive in the east and west. Official spokespersons reported new attacks on ports of Tripoli, following similar NATO raids on Thursday on these ports and installations in the towns

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Cuban Gov’t Denounces Slander Campaign

2 Havana, May 10. -The Cuban government denounced the latest slander campaign orchestrated against the Revolution, this time over the death of Wilfredo Soto Garcia, 46, in the central province of Santa Clara. Counterrevolutionary elements unscrupulously fabricated the lie that Soto Garciaâ�Ös death was the result of an alleged beating by police, Cuba's nightly TV news program reported on Monday.

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Rousseff in the Lead as Brazilian Election Run-off Approaches

3 Brazilia, Oct 28. -The Brazilian presidential candidate for the Worker´s Party (PT), Dilma Rousseff, held a 12-point advantage on Wednesday over opponent Jose Serra, leading up to Sunday's election run-off. The last Datafolha Institute survey, published Tuesday in Jornal Nacional newspaper states that Rousseff had 56 percent of the vote and Serra, candidate of the opposition Party of Brazilian

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Expectation over Leak on Iraq War

4 Washington, Oct 19. -Expectation grows Monday in the United States and abroad over the possible leak of about 400,000 secret documents of the U.S. Army on Iraq. The Pentagon mobilized 120 people to assess the consequences of the Wikileaks' disclosure, with sources saying it could be the biggest leak of secret U.S. files, followed by the publication of another

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Good results for the Fishing Industry in Santa Cruz

2 Santa Cruz del Sur, Jul 3. –With 12, 2 over the 100% and a growth of more than 90 tons in the gross total capture, the fish indicators at the end of May have increased in Santa Cruz del Sur. Lines as the lobster and other species are over the goals set, with results exceeding the previous stage over

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Volcanic Eruptions Hit Communities in Guatemala and Ecuador

1 Guatemala City, May 29. -The eruptions of two volcanoes in Guatemala and Ecuador have hit communities forcing thousands of people to flee their homes while disrupting air traffic as ash drifted over wide regions. The Pacaya volcano, in Guatemala, began erupting lava and rocks on Thursday afternoon, blanketing the country's capital with ash and forcing the closure of the

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More Than 1.6 Million Cubans Voted in Runoff

1 Havana, May 3. -Over 1.6 million Cubans turned out to voted in the Sunday electoral runoff to elect delegates to municipal assemblies (local governments). The results are considered excellent by government authorities. The Vice President of the National Electoral Commission (NEC) Ruben Perez said that like a week ago everything went on smoothly as expected and in five provinces

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