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Protests in Honduras intensify leading up to inauguration day
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Protests in Honduras intensify leading up to inauguration day

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Source: Colombia Informa / The Dawn News / January 23, 2018 Juan Orlando Hernández, who was “elected” president in Honduras as a result of fraud and corruption, will hold his swearing in ceremony on January 27 in what may be the first closed-door inauguration (although his government has purposely not […]

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George Weah Sworn In As President Of Liberia

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By: The Dawn News / January 22, 2018 After a year of intense electoral activity, George Weah was inaugurated as the new President of Liberia. Former Senator and World Football Player of the Year, Weah was born in Grand Kru County, one of the poorest areas of the country. He […]

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Venezuela Will Achieve New Victories
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Venezuela Will Achieve New Victories

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By: Adán Chávez Frías / Source: Boletin Tricontinental / The Dawn News / January 22, 2018   We start 2018 with the conscience and optimism required to continue facing the coup attempts of U.S. imperialism and its allies. In these initial days of the year, the fierce international misinformation campaign […]

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Handout picture released by the Vatican press office Osservatore Romano showing Pope Francis greets representatives of indigenous communities of the Amazon basin from Peru, Brazil and Bolivia in the Peruvian city of Puerto Maldonado, on January 19, 2018. Pope Francis sounded a stark warning about the future of the Amazon and its peoples during a visit to the region on Friday, saying they had "never been so threatened." In a speech to thousands of tribe members on the edge of the rainforest in Peru, he said the Amazon and its peoples bore "deep wounds". / AFP PHOTO / OSSERVATORE ROMANO AND AFP PHOTO / HO / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / OSSERVATORE ROMANO" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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All About Pope Francis’ Visit to Chile and Peru

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By: The Dawn News / January 20, 2018 From January 15 to 21, Pope Francis visited Chile and Peru in his sixth visit to Latin America as leader of the Catholic Church.   Churches burning On the eve of the Pope’s arrival in Chile, the night was illuminated by burning […]

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