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  • 2017/04/23 16:09:07

    French election 2017: Le Pen-Macron through to run-off on May 7

    French election 2017: Le Pen-Macron through to run-off on May 7

    Patrizia Aymerich

    The far-right contender Marine Le Pen of the National Front and centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron of the party En Marche will face each other in France’s presidential runoff on May 7

  • 2017/04/23 11:57:22

    French election 2017: Emmanuel Macron leading the race as polls open

    French election 2017: Emmanuel Macron leading the race as polls open

    Patrizia Aymerich

    Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron of the party En Marche takes the lead against far-right contender Marine Le Pen of the National Front, in preliminary polls

  • 2017/04/21 17:56:02

    Sleepless repression in popular areas of Caracas

    Repression does not sleep in poor zones in Caracas

    Patrizia Aymerich

    The series of repressions led by Venezuelan government forces against the opposition were intensified on the night of April 20 in Caracas where attacks by the Bolivarian National Guard were reported by demonstrators who protested President Nicolás Maduro

  • 2017/04/21 10:10:21

    Does Maduro really want elections?

    For the first time in a long time, Nicolás Maduro, leaves open the possibility of going to elections

    Elaine Nava

    For the first time in a long time, Nicolás Maduro, leaves open the possibility of going to elections. In an unexpected statement, President Maduro said he wants a "total victory" in the eventual elections, in which he added that he would like to be measured against some opposition leaders. However, Maduro urged not to be deceived, concerning what he considers is the autonomy of the National Electoral Council

2017/04/21 09:30:15
  • Champs-Élysées attacker was known to French police
  • Champs-Élysées attacker was known to French police

    EFE

    The gunman who killed one policeman Thursday night on Paris’s Champs Élysées before he was shot dead was known to police and had been arrested in February on suspicion of planning to kill officers, before being released due to lack of evidence

2017/04/20 18:40:18
  • Demonstrators clash with members of the Bolivarian National Police during a protest in Caracas
  • Opposition, security forces face off in eastern Caracas

    Andrés Castellano

    Groups comprised of hundreds of anti-government protesters on Thursday faced off with Venezuelan security forces in different parts of Caracas after several of the protesters' attempts to march downtown were blocked by police using tear gas and rubber bullets

2017/04/20 17:51:40
  • Trump orders investigation of steel imports
  • Trump orders investigation of steel imports

    EFE

    President Donald Trump on Thursday ordered the Department of Commerce to conduct an investigation to determine if steel imports, particularly those from China, are a threat to national security, a move in keeping with his protectionist campaign promises

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  • The fine, which was made public in a Brooklyn court by Judge Raymond Dearie, is the result of a plea bargain between the company and the US Department of Justice and the Brazilian and Swiss authorities
  • Odebrecht fined by US justice system for bribery scandal

    Álvaro Pulido

    A federal judge in New York sentenced the Brazilian construction company to pay a $ 2.6 billion fine ($ 2.39 billion in Brazil, $ 116 million in Switzerland and $ 93 million in the United States) for paying bribes to officials from twelve countries of Latin America and Africa

2017/04/18 16:58:07
  • Henrique Capriles, opposition leader and governor of the state of Miranda, spoke of his projections for the coming months in an interview with Hispano Post
  • Henrique Capriles: April 19 is another stage of struggle

    Elaine Nava

    The opposition leader, recently disqualified for 15 years from aspiring to a popular election seat, describes without a shadow of doubt as a coup d’état the Supreme Court of Justice’s decision to seize the powers of the National Assembly

2017/04/18 08:44:21
  • British Prime Minister Theresa May called on Tuesday for an early election on June 8
  • UK's Prime Minister May calls for snap election on June 8

    EFE

    British Prime Minister Theresa May called on Tuesday for an early election on June 8, saying the government had the right plan for negotiating the terms of Britain's exit from the European Union and she needed political unity in London.