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The Chilean government issues a state of emergency after a day of fierce protests

Chilean President Sebastián Piñera declared the emergency on Saturday after a violent protest against the rise in public transport, causing fires in subway stations, barricades and street clashes between demonstrators and police. The metro network, one of the most modern in Latin America with 140 kilometers of extension and 136 stations, was the scene of eleven days of protests, in …

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Venezuela Rejects Repression Against Students in Chile | news

The government of Venezuela on Friday expressed its concern over the strong repression against the demonstrations of students in Chile Application of increases in traffic service rates. READ ALSO: They oppress young people who reject the increase in subway fares in Chile. The statement was posted on the Twitter account of Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, Venezuela, who reminded the Chilean …

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Piñera declares state of emergency in Santiago after fierce protests

The President of Chile, Sebastián Piñera, declared a state of emergency in Santiago in the early hours of this Saturday (local time) after numerous protests against the price increase of the subway ticket had been sparked in the capital. "In the face of serious and repeated attacks and attacks on the stations and facilities of the Santiago subway, against public …

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President Ecuador announces tax reform while continuing the subsidy dialogue

President Ecuador announces tax reform while continuing the subsidy dialogue Lenin Moreno, President of Ecuador, announced on Friday a tax reform that provides for a three-year special contribution from companies and a system to improve tax collection and ensures that dialogue continues to focus on subsidies for fuels. Moreno returned this week to a decree that, after nearly two weeks …

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Todas las estaciones del metro de Santiago clausuradas tras protestas

El caos ganó este viernes a Santiago con una ola de enfrentamientos y ataques al ferrocarril metropolitano que obligaron a cerrar to the sus estaciones en protestas por el alza en las tarifas del metro. Tras un llamado a "evasiones masivas" en el pago del pasaje del metro, en rechazo al aumento de 800 a 830 pesos en su valor …

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The national president rejected the Lima group's campaign against Venezuela

The President of the Republic, Nicolás Maduro, rejected on Friday the statements of the Lima Group, which considered Venezuela's accession to the United Nations Human Rights Council for the period 2020-2022 as "regrettable". "The United States government and the Lima cartel say that there is a dictator in Venezuela while their countries are in office," said the president at the …

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The Sinaloa Cartel doubled the government of Mexico and released Ovidio Guzmán, son of "El Chapo"

Ovidio Guzmán López, son of drug trafficker Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, was arrested and released by federal forces after a day's shooting in Culiacán, Sinaloa. Security Minister Alfonso Durazo. The Reuters agency said the decision was made to "protect lives". This version was confirmed by Guzmán Loera's family lawyer José Luis Glez Meza, who said "Ovid was lost … and …

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Confirmed conviction of Judge Afiuni for "spiritual corruption"

Judge Afiuni has 7 years' imprisonment The court, which takes up the case of Judge María Lourdes Afiuni, this Friday confirmed the sentence of five years imprisonment for "alleged corruption" for her alleged connection to the irregular release of the Entrepreneur Eligio Cedeño. Nelson Afiuni announced after this decision that the defense would act at the level of the Supreme …

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Ecuador for now | Latest news

The National Assembly contemptuously expressed its solidarity with the unrepresentative Lenín Moreno, whose hands are stained with Ecuadorian Native American blood. This proclaimed complicity is consistent with the ideology that deprives the AN and is in conflict with the mestizo component (even if they deny it) of its members. But the disaster did not disappear in Tenochtitlan's long night. La …

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