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Peru mine's jailed foe on course for vote win: partial results

Oct 06 2014

LIMA A jailed opponent of Newmont Mining Corp's proposed $5 billion Conga mine was headed for re-election in Peru's Cajamarca region, provisional results and a pollster's quick count showed on Monday.

Peru mine's jailed foe on course for vote win: partial results

Oct 06 2014

LIMA A jailed opponent of Newmont Mining Corp's proposed $5 billion(3.12 billion pound) Conga mine was headed for re-election in Peru's Cajamarca region, provisional results and a pollster's quick count showed on Monday.

Venezuela blackout leaves commuters scrambling, silences president

Jun 27 2014

CARACAS A blackout cut power to much of Venezuela on Friday afternoon, snarling traffic in the capital Caracas and other major cities and interrupting a televised speech by the president in the country's second nationwide electricity outage in a year.

Venezuela blackout leaves commuters scrambling, silences president

Jun 27 2014

CARACAS A blackout cut power to much of Venezuela on Friday afternoon, snarling traffic in the capital Caracas and other major cities and interrupting a televised speech by the president in the country's second nationwide electricity outage in a year.

Venezuela blackout leaves commuters scrambling, silences president

Jun 27 2014

CARACAS A blackout cut power to much of Venezuela on Friday, snarling traffic in the capital Caracas and other major cities as authorities scrambled to restore electricity after the outage, which twice interrupted a presidential broadcast.

Latin American leftists see red over Suarez ban

Jun 27 2014

BUENOS AIRES/CARACAS Some of Latin America's most prominent leftists are accusing soccer's world governing body FIFA of banning star striker Luis Suarez as a ploy to sideline his Uruguayan team from a World Cup brimming with Latin flavor and European flops.

Venezuela blackout leaves commuters scrambling, silences president

Jun 27 2014

CARACAS A blackout cut power to much of Venezuela on Friday, snarling traffic in the capital Caracas and other major cities as authorities scrambled to restore electricity after the outage, which twice interrupted a presidential broadcast.

Venezuela blackout leaves commuters scrambling, silences president

Jun 27 2014

CARACAS A blackout cut power to much of Venezuela on Friday, snarling traffic in the capital Caracas and other major cities as authorities scrambled to restore electricity after the outage, which twice interrupted a presidential broadcast.

Latin American leftists see red over Suarez ban

Jun 27 2014

BUENOS AIRES/CARACAS Some of Latin America's most prominent leftists are accusing soccer's world governing body FIFA of banning star striker Luis Suarez as a ploy to sideline his Uruguayan team from a World Cup brimming with Latin flavor and European flops.

Latin American leftists see red over Suarez ban

Jun 27 2014

BUENOS AIRES/CARACAS Some of Latin America's most prominent leftists are accusing football's world governing body FIFA of banning star striker Luis Suarez as a ploy to sideline his Uruguayan team from a World Cup brimming with Latin flavour and European flops.

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