Plot by Venezuela Business Leadership Denounced

1 Caracas, May 12. -Venezuelan unions and lawmakers have warned business leaders are involved in conspiracy activities, accusing them of trying to redo the actions that led to the 2002 coup. According to the denunciations, a business sector headed by the Federation of Trade and Production Chambers (FEDECAMARAS) has instigated stockpiling of basic products to speculate with prices. The vice

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Increased Support to Cuban 5

0 Havana, Apr 22. -To support the cause of five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unfairly imprisoned in US jails currently maintains strength and resistance of those men, the daughter of the one of them stated. According to press reports, Rene Gonzalez' firstborn daughter Irma Gonzalez, said in the central Cuban province of Ciego de Avila that the island will not stop

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Correa: Ecuador Would React to Future Attacks

0 Quito, Apr 20  Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa warned that they do not rule out the possibility of using their military forces, if Colombian army attack them again, as in Angostura, Ecuadorian media highlights on Tuesday. In Caracas, Venezuela, Correa rejected flatly the statements of the Colombian presidential candidate, Juan Manuel Santos, who was the Minister of Defense when the

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Emerging Countries Eyeball Cooperation

1 Brasilia, Apr 15. -The Presidents of Brazil, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, and South Africa, Jacob Zuma, as well as Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will be discussing cooperation among them and with other nations, during a meeting Thursday in that city. The Itamaraty Palace houses the fourth Summit of the Dialogue Forum among India, Brazil, and South Africa

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