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Lethal shot in Chile triggers tensions with native Mapuche

Native Chilean Mapuche protest against government in Santiago, Chile November 3, 2019. REUTERS / Edgard Garrido SANTIAGO, July 9 (Reuters) – Police shot dead a Mapuche man in Chile’s Araucania province on Friday, creating tensions with the group and striking a potential blow to attempts to improve relations between the state and the indigenous people of the Andean country. The …

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Who paid for this mansion in Canada? Haitian demand response

Sir. Célestin said he also had a radio station called Model FM, which he started in a rural area but which grew to the point that he installed it in a suburb of the capital Port-au-Prince. The station has a small, discreet office in the suburb of Petionville with no sign. On the two occasions that The Times visited, the …

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In S.Africa, 28 people were arrested and the highway closed over protests against Zuma

JOHANNESBURG, July 10 (Reuters) – South African police said on Saturday that 28 people had been arrested and one of the country’s largest motorways remained closed due to violent protests linked to former President Jacob Zuma’s prison. Protests erupted this week in parts of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), Zuma’s home province, after the former leader surrendered to police to serve a 15-month …

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Pope gradually resumes work, walks, eats with helpers, says Vatican

Pope Francis hugs two girls during a meeting with young people at Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon Stadium in Morelia, Mexico, February 16, 2016. REUTERS / Carlos Garcia Rawlins VATICAN CITY, July 10 (Reuters) – Pope Francis continues a normal recovery from bowel surgery and gradually resumes work, walking and eating with helpers, the Vatican said Saturday, adding that his …

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Israel must consider opening COVID-19 vaccine production facility

“We work around the clock in various ways to protect the health of Israeli citizens,” Bennett said. “The independent ability to produce vaccines in Israel is likely to be dramatic, especially with a view to future and future pandemics. Professional teams will investigate this and make a decision soon.” The announcement was made in collaboration with Finance Minister Avigdor Liberman …

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Pope Francis gradually resumed work and gait after his surgery

The 84-year-old pope was operated on at Rome’s Gemelli hospital last Sunday, hours after performing the traditional Angelus prayer in St. Peter’s Square. The procedure was “a planned surgical procedure for a symptomatic stenotic diverticulitis,” according to a statement from the Holy See Communications Office at the time. The pope “will gradually resume work and continue walking in the corridor …

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