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Posted by: Surya Gaire

São Paulo :: Brazil | updated 2012-11-02 18:57:51 -0700 | causes-news

Seventy-five bodies have been recovered from wreckage of an Air France jet that crashed into the Atlantic Ocean two years ago (June 1, 2009), CNN reports. All 228 passengers and crew were killed when the plane crashed off the coast...
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Breaking News: Brazilian President Delaying Anti - Homophobia Campaign
 
Posted by: Putu Karya

São Paulo :: Brazil | updated 2012-04-18 00:22:40 -0700 | causes-news

Brazilian President to delay anti - homophobia campaign which was originally done on Wednesday because she considers posters scattered inappropriate for children. Presidential Secretary Gilberto Carvalho premises meet legislative representatives from religious groups who say that the president...
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Breaking News: Brazilian Woman Takes the Crown of World's Oldest Living Human
 
Posted by: aymaan30

Carangola :: Brazil | updated 2012-04-15 06:50:08 -0700 | causes-news

For the year 2011, the Guinness World Records has considered a 114-year-old Brazilian woman to be the world's oldest living human. Maria Gomes Valentim, aged 114 years and 313 days, has snatched the record by 48 days from Besse Cooper...
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Posted by: zeeaffairs

Port au Prince :: Haiti | updated 2012-04-12 16:59:36 -0700 | causes-news

Good Morning everyone!! Happy Sunday!! I really really hope that you were able to enjoy your weekend. If you weren't, you still have a few hours left to (you know it already) 'make it hap'n cap'n. You know how I...
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Breaking News:  Drug-mule pigeon foiled by police
 
Posted by: nicanorr

Bucaramanga :: Colombia | updated 2012-07-25 16:27:53 -0700 | causes-news

Outside the Bucaramanga Prison in Columbia, a drug-mule pigeon was caught as posted in the Female First, dated 19 January 2011. The courier pigeon was discovered by 2 police officers a block away from the prison building as it tried...
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Posted by: anonymous

Guantánamo :: Cuba | updated 2013-06-12 18:41:05 -0700 | causes-news

The first illegal was the violation of Pakistani sovereignty. You can not go armed in a foreign country, private property and assaulting a kidnap or kill one of its occupants and those who seek help. The second is the extrajudicial...
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Breaking News: Impregnate an economist, President of Peru Admits Divorce
 
Posted by: Putu Karya

Lima :: Peru | updated 2012-04-18 00:24:04 -0700 | causes-news

Peruvian President Alan Garcia on Sunday ( 05/01/2011 ), confirmed he had been divorced by his wife, Pilar Nores, for two years." He said what everyone knows, " said Garcia told Panamericana television station, Channel 5. Garcia refers to his...
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Breaking News: Colombia: 29,000 evacuated due to floods
 
Posted by: Surya Gaire

Puerto Boyacá :: Colombia | updated 2012-07-27 00:04:33 -0700 | causes-news

According to Colombian Red Cross (CRC), more than 29,000 Colombian are forced to depart from their homes due to immense floods triggered by heavy rains on Saturday. These year 93 deaths have already occurred due to heavy rain, the CRC...
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Breaking News: 7 dead, 5 missing after severe rainstorm in southern Brazil
 
Posted by: Surya Gaire

Rio Grande :: Brazil | updated 2012-07-27 00:04:35 -0700 | causes-news

Severe rainstorm early Saturday in the southern Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul left seven dead and five more are still missing. The rainstorm was very strict that resulted in flooding, landslides, toppled trees and downed electrical poles in...
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Posted by: waqas75404

La Paz :: Bolivia | updated 2012-07-28 03:32:36 -0700 | causes-news

A squadron of 700 police officers descended on a mob of nearly 5,000 rural teachers. Teachers, miners and health workers are demanding a higher wage increase than the 10 percent offered by the government. The demonstrations started last week in...
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Posted by: rickyatmaja

Caracas :: Venezuela | updated 2011-07-22 22:00:37 -0700 | causes-news

Caracas - Venezuela Nurses throughout the strike on Thursday (14/04/2011) to support their colleagues who went on hunger strike to demand salary increases.This is the greatest action-related employment in the socialist state ruled that President Hugo Chavez. Various trade unions...
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Breaking News: Scissors left in woman's stomach for three years
 
Posted by: Surya Gaire

São Paulo :: Brazil | updated 2012-07-25 17:04:58 -0700 | causes-news

Eight inches long scissor was left inside the woman’s stomach by Bungling medics after her surgery of ovaries in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Veronika Cruz, 35, was left in agony for three years after surgeons left a huge pair of scissors...
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Breaking News: Toms Shoes’ ‘One Day without Shoes’ campaign
 
Posted by: Samantha86

San Salvador :: El Salvador | updated 2012-07-27 19:56:46 -0700 | causes-news

Toms Shoes is raising awareness around the world about the fact that there are many poor people who cannot even afford a pair of shoes. In order to help such people, Toms Shoes is running the ‘One Day without Shoes’...
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Breaking News: Michelle Obama meets Brazilian youth during the official visit
 
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São Paulo :: Brazil | updated 2012-01-29 19:39:46 -0800 | causes-news

First Lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama accompanied President Barack Obama for his 5-day tour of Latin America. The first day of the tour went really well as Michelle Obama met and interacted with about 50 Brazilian...
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Breaking News: Heavy Rains in Brazil
 
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Brasília :: Brazil | updated 2012-04-15 07:23:51 -0700 | causes-news

Brasilia: Heavy rains in brazil and Five {5} cities have declared state of emergency and many were cut off as rising river waters destroyed bridges and filled the roads with piles of sodden earth. Nearly 3,000 people were forced to...
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