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De acuerdo con el líder del Movimiento de Trabajadores sin Techo (MTST), Guilherme Boulos, el expresidente brasileño está consciente de su responsabilidad histórica. Full Story

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As police repressed protesters in the streets, Chile's president said he'll look into the shooting of an Indigenous man that sparked the demonstrations.

91 Colombian legislators urged President Duque to restart dialogue with students and professors protesting for a higher budget. 
President Nicolas Maduro said in 2019 the government will deliver 700,000 more housing units, fulfilling the goal of 3 million. 
States are expected to deepen ties and cooperation. A small protest was held against four presidents, including Guatemala's Jimmy Morales.
A recent poll reveals 64 percent of Israelis oppose the ceasefire, endorsing an escalation of Israeli attacks on the besieged Gaza Strip.
As May loses support for her proposed Brexit deal within the Conservative Party, Labour issues new calls for a referendum.
South Korean Unification Minister Cho Myoung-gyon reassured that Seoul would not pursue economic cooperation with Pyongyang until “significant progress” has been made on denuclearization. 
"Rest assured that I do not train less just because I think a bit," Cruz Komar responded to a fan who criticized him for highlighting Roger Waters' commitment.
The English Premier League Tuesday appointed Susanna Dinnage as their new Chief Executive, replacing Richard Scudamore. Dinnage becomes the first-ever female to be appointed an executive in the league's 26-year history.
"For reasons of force majeure (unforseen circumstances), the match is suspended until tomorrow, Sunday, Nov. 11 at 4:00 p.m.," wrote Conmebol on Twitter.
The report, published on Friday, states that the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), through its then-president Michel Platini (2007-2015) and its then-Secretary-general Gianni Infantino (2003-2016) now leading the International Football Federation (FIFA), helped mainly two clubs Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Manchester City, to avoid sanctions for committing financial doping and breaches of financial fair play.
Walt Disney created the character, with oversized ears, button nose, and all, but lost the rights to another company, prompting him to develop something new: Mickey Mouse.
“A draftsman and a painter," Del Paso was born in Mexico City in 1935 and from an early age, pursued his life’s passion."
Like many comic book creators before him, the “Godfather of Marvel Comics” took his inspiration from current political events and the time and place he lived.
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