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Florida, the southern chameleon that has the candidates for the presidency of the United States on edge | USA elections

One of the toughest battles for the presidency of the United States is being fought 1,400 kilometers from Washington: in the state of Florida, home …

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Nagorno-Karabakh: a third ceasefire attempt shatters

TOP NEWS TODAY 11:00 am | Updated at 12:15 p.m. A third attempt to end the fighting between the Azerbaijani army and Armenian forces in …

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United States limits visa duration for foreign correspondents

Justine Cohendet (access the author's page) Justine Cohendet Posted at 9:22 p.m. yesterday In a letter signed by 24 media, the European Broadcasting Union calls …

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Chileans vote in referendum on new constitution

TOP NEWS TODAY 12:31 | Updated at 6:47 p.m. For or against a change of Constitution: the Chileans vote Sunday by referendum, one year after …

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Mexican businessmen want to see Trump re-elected

Many Mexican businessmen today have a political stance that a few years ago was unthinkable: they want to see Donald Trump re-elected. Things have changed …

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Baku promised to toughly respond to Yerevan in case of shelling of Azerbaijani cities

Assistant to the President, Head of the Foreign Policy Department of the Presidential Administration of Azerbaijan, Hikmet Hajiyev, denied information about the bombing of the …

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When Chile returned to the family of democracies

Radio-Canada 2020-03-06 | Updated at 5:56 p.m. yesterday On March 11, 1990, after an eclipse of more than 16 and a half years, democracy began …

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The return of Evo Morales does not arouse passions in Bolivia | International

Bolivians are not crying out for the return of Evo Morales. The former president has been in Argentina since December 12, where he arrived as …

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EL PAÍS launches a special subscription for its readers in Latin America | International

Archive image of the Paseo de la Reforma, in Mexico City.Gladys serrano EL PAÍS undertook one of the most important changes in its 44-year history …

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