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Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez ordered thousands of National Guard troops to the streets in an effort to combat high crime rates observed in that country.The troops have been assigned to a new command designated as the People's Guard.
The UN secretary general, Ban Ki-moon vowed on Wednesday his organization supported the Central American region in its fight against the growing violence of the cartels and other criminal networks. Ban met in Guatemala City with
More than 130 lots were auctioned from his archive including a number of guitars he played live and on record, plus a vast collection of amps, speakers and even suits...The copies exceeded the £24,000 paid for Clapton's original amps in the sale.
British guitarist Eric Clapton, auctioned 138 musical instruments in New York gathering about U.S. $ 2 million. Most guitars exceeded the price the auction house Bonhams had expected, tripling the output value. The most
The United Nations launched an international appeal for 51 million dollars in aid for flood victims in Sri Lanka in Colombo on Wednesday announced the deputy coordinator of emergency UN. According to the National Center for Disaster
he South African army is on alert to provide help if the torrential rain in Johannesburg exacerbate flooding in the country. Thirty-two people have died and thousands have lost their homes. The Orange River, which runs