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[Video] Hooded men attack the house of Evo Morales and plunder their belongings

A witness told news broadcaster Bolivisión that unidentified people, including some hooded men, entered Morales' apartment to obtain information. As a result, the crowd destroyed furniture and furnishings and scratched walls. with insulting messages against the former president. Immediately, demonstrators who had arrived in the uprising entered the house and searched the site. The video was shared on Twitter by …

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Opponents celebrate the resignation of Evo Morales from the Bolivian presidency – Latin America – International

"To Bolivia, to its people, to young people, to women, to the heroism of peaceful resistance, I will never forget this unique day, the end of tyranny, grateful as a Bolivian for this historical lesson, long live Bolivia! !!! "Mesa wrote on Twitter. To Bolivia, to its people, to young people, to women, to the heroism of peaceful resistance. I …

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Iran finds one of the largest oil wells in the world economy

Iran announced on Sunday the discovery of an estimated 53 million barrels of oil field, which would increase its national reserves by a third. This is "good news" for a country facing US economic sanctions. "We found an oil field with [reservas estimadas en] 53,000 million barrels," said Iranian President Hasan Rohani during a speech in Yazd (center). Read: (Iran …

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A former president of the Venezuelan Congress, the colonel, announced that Chávez had weakened the armed forces because he knew they could deprive him of power

Retired Colonel Luis Alfonso Dávila García was President of the Republic of Republic and Witness when Rafael Caldera handed Hugo Chávez the presidency and condemned the death of the constitution. He was appointed Minister of the Interior in Mérida State in 2000 and in February 2001 as Chancellor. I ask him to describe how he remembers Hugo Chávez. "Over time, …

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Lula released after 580 days in prison for corruption

L ula da Silva left the Brazilian prison of Curitiba with his head held high, dressed in black and under the shouts of his followers praising "Lula Libre". He could hardly walk: Among journalists, security guards, party leaders and supporters, who rolled him over with red flags and "Lula's innocent" signs, he seemed lost in the crowd. After spending 580 …

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Learn how and why the Berlin Wall was built

The Wall, which changed the history of the world forever, was not just concrete pieces that still stand in places such as the East Side Gallery or the Berlin Tree House. This physical division had more than "death stripes." For 28 years, 2 months and 25 days, East and West Berlin were separate, but the division came from decades ago. …

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Nuns went on mission in Africa and became pregnant

One of them discovered him when he came to the hospital because of severe abdominal pain. Both would have violated the chastity vows. They belonged to various orders of the Italian region of Sicily. However, they originally came from this continent, which is why they were chosen for charity. On her return, one of the 34-year-old women had severe abdominal …

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Demonstrations end in a fire at the university

Tens of thousands of demonstrators visited the third largest march in Chile this Friday on the central Plaza Italia in Santiago, where a major fire was registered in the middle of a university headquarters a few meters away. Three weeks after an unprecedented eruption and in the midst of a massive, peaceful march, the headquarters of the private University of …

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