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31/03/2015 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US Election 2016 - Head of House Benghazi probe says Hillary Clinton wiped email server ¨clean¨
Hillary Clinton wiped her email server "clean," permanently deleting all emails from it, the leader of the House committee investigating the 2012 terror attacks in Benghazi said Friday.
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15/03/2015 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US - CIA chief says ISIS has ¨snowballed¨
CIA Director John Brennan said Friday that the Islamic State had “snowballed” beyond Iraq and Syria, estimating that at least 20,000 fighters from more than 90 countries have gone to join the militant group, several thousand of them from Western nations, including the United States.
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05/09/2014 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Top CIA officer in Benghazi delayed response to terrorist attack, US security team members claim
A U.S. security team in Benghazi was held back from immediately responding to the attack on the American diplomatic mission on orders of the top CIA officer there, three of those involved told Fox News’ Bret Baier.
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27/12/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Alliances - Security concerns raised amid surge in US arms deals abroad
U.S. arms deals with foreign governments have surged under the Obama administration, as part of an apparent push by the White House and State Department to have allies "share the burden" of providing security.
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11/04/2013 | Dossier Francisco I
Pope Francis launched sainthood bid for Argentine priests allegedly slain by military thugs
It was time for Mass, but no one opened the church door.
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22/02/2013 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Is Mexico’s Most Wanted Drug Lord Joaquin ''El Chapo'' Guzman Dead?
Authorities in Guatemala are scouring a remote, rural area where local residents reported that Mexico's most-wanted drug lord, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán, was among those killed in a gun battle between warring drug gangs.
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15/12/2012 | Frente Externo
Venezuela - Venezuela's President Hugo Chávez Condition Now "Favorable," Chavismo Starting to Show Signs of Division
Venezuela’s president recovering process has gone from stable to favorable, according to the latest medical report from Havana, Cuba, delivered Thursday night.
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07/11/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US - Navy test-fires missiles from robot boats
U.S. Navy ships face the growing threat of small boat swarms used by terrorists, pirates or enemy countries. New testing has shown off a possible counter that looks strangely similar except for the lack of human sailors — small robot boats armed with missiles.
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31/08/2012 | Frente Externo
US - Election 2012: Romney: America needs jobs, 'lots of jobs'
Mitt Romney, in his nomination acceptance speech, acknowledges the "excitement" many Obama voters felt in 2008 but plans to argue the president has failed to live up to the hype -- and pledges to refocus on jobs, "lots of jobs."
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22/05/2012 | Frente Externo
US - Senate passes bill imposing sanctions on Iran
The Senate backed new sanctions on Iran in a voice vote Monday, adding new pressure on the country over its nuclear program.
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06/05/2012 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Brazil Funneled Soviet Weapons to Argentina During Falklands War, Says Report
Brazil helped supply Soviet weapons to Argentina, in deal negotiated by Cuba and supported by Libya, during the Falkland Islands War of 1982, according to a report by the Brazilian newspaper O Globo.
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20/10/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico - Gorbachev to Mexico: Learn from Violence
Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev urged Mexicans during a visit to this border city to learn the lessons that come from "violent changes" and work toward strengthening national unity.
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16/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Gruesome Massacre in Guatemala Marks New Front in Drug Cartel War
In one of the worst massacres since the end of Guatemala's Civil War in 1996, 29 people were killed – most of them decapitated – in a ranch in the northern Guatemala.
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16/05/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Gruesome Massacre in Guatemala Marks New Front in Drug Cartel War
In one of the worst massacres since the end of Guatemala's Civil War in 1996, 29 people were killed – most of them decapitated – in a ranch in the northern Guatemala.
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27/04/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Panetta to Be Tapped for Defense Secretary, Petraeus in Line to Lead CIA
President Obama plans to name CIA Director Leon Panetta as the next secretary of defense, Fox News confirms. As part of a broad reshuffling of his defense and intelligence teams, the president is also expected to pick Gen. David Petraeus, the U.S. commander in charge in Afghanistan, to take Panetta's place at the helm of the CIA.
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27/04/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Panetta to Be Tapped for Defense Secretary, Petraeus in Line to Lead CIA
President Obama plans to name CIA Director Leon Panetta as the next secretary of defense, Fox News confirms. As part of a broad reshuffling of his defense and intelligence teams, the president is also expected to pick Gen. David Petraeus, the U.S. commander in charge in Afghanistan, to take Panetta's place at the helm of the CIA.
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17/03/2011 | Economía y Finanzas
Sarkozy defiende la ´pertinencia´ de la opción nuclear para Francia
El presidente de Francia, Nicolas Sarkozy, defendió hoy la "pertinencia" de la opción de la energía nuclear como fuente de aprovisionamiento del país en una declaración a propósito de la situación en Japón.
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01/03/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Gun Used to Kill ICE Agent in Mexico Traced to Dallas, U.S. Investigators Say
The gun used to kill a U.S. immigration agent in Mexico has been traced to a man in Texas, who was arrested with two others suspected of gun smuggling, sources confirm to Fox News.
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26/01/2011 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
Mexico's business capital fears for future amid drug violence
Monterrey, Mexico's business capital and third-largest city, is being pushed to the breaking point by a drug war that has left about 80 people, including 14 police officers, dead this year and pushed authorities to the limit.
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30/12/2010 | Transparencia
Web of Corruption Uncovered in Afghanistan
An article in today’s Wall Street Journal reveals that “mafia networks” in Afghanistan has reaches into the top levels of government. The piece also reveals that President Hamid Karzai intervened in the prosecution of a banker accused of bribing officials and aiding the Taliban.
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07/07/2010 | Frente Externo
US - NASA Chief: Next Frontier Better Relations With Muslim World
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said in a recent interview that his "foremost" mission as the head of America's space exploration agency is to improve relations with the Muslim world.
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02/05/2010 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US - Pittsburgh Marathon Course Altered by Bomb Scare
Police say they have found an explosive device near the course of the Pittsburgh Marathon, forcing them to detour the final part of the race.
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09/03/2010 | Frente Externo
Sean Penn Wants Reporters Jailed for Calling Chavez 'Dictator'
If Oscar-winning actor Sean Penn had his way, any journalist who called Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez a dictator would quickly find himself behind bars.
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19/12/2009 | Frente Externo
Venezuela's Chavez ¨Still¨ Smells Sulfur After Obama Speech
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said he "still" smelled sulfur after President Obama made a keynote speech at the Copenhagen climate conference Friday, accusing the American president of carrying the same satanic scent that Chavez believes followed Obama's predecessor, George W. Bush.
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30/08/2009 | Inteligencia y Seguridad
US - Cheney: Obama Team Should Be Debriefing CIA Interrogators, Not Investigating Them
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Friday the Obama administration should be debriefing CIA interrogators about keeping the country safe rather than trying to punish them for doing their jobs.
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