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BRASILIA, Dec. 17 (Xinhua) -- The president.
s in the country or disturbances of public order that would have affected the right of the voters. Only five arrests were held for offences against voters including two in Buenav.
cal and national level, and noted a number of green and other organizations oppose nuclear power, such as Friends of the Earth and the Union of Concerned Scientists.
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of economic cooperation as a single undertaking.
The study shows that freer trade in goods and services between Canada and India could also increase Canada's gross domestic product.
eted by the end of 2014," Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in a statement.
"As we have long said, the Afghans themselves must take responsibility for their own future -- fo.
was entering "retirement," Clinton responded: "I don't know if that is a word I would use, but certainly stepping off the very fast track for a little while."
Clinton took a mont.
ad on Monday and Tuesday, saying perpetrators of the blasts won't succeed in derailing Iraq's democratic process.
Clinton extended her condolences in a press release, saying terror.
of a series of charges ranging from occupying real estates to arson.
Their strike triggered a political debate in Chile and won support from local human rights groups.
rkness at 2:39 a.m. local time on Wedneday.
It is believed that a new failure in Chile's Central Interconnected System (SIC) led to this nationwide blackout.
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visited Cuba in March, and his last opinion column, called "Reflections," appeared June 19 in the local press.
Castro said he stopped writing the column, "because it is certainly.
have no expiration date," he said.
"I demand the government stop the persecution of people who are asking for the vote count," Capriles said, requesting Maduro to stop threatening .