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A total of 9,207 people will return from Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Argentina, the Dominican Republic, Chile, and Panama. Full Story

Ecuador's London embassy issues strict rules on Julian Assange who will have to pay for mandatory medical check-ups or risk being kicked out.  Full Story

"The death toll risks are going up," a spokesman for the Interior Ministry told BFM TV.
Monsignor Oscar Romero did more than help the poor — he was a voice for the voiceless, acquaintances tell teleSUR.
The policy represents a radical change from the sanctions wanted by previous Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, imposed by Brussels last January, and reinforced last June.
"Venezuela and our brothers of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago have achieved important advances," said Venezuelan Minister Douglas Sosa.
"I feel happy and content (...) we are going to have a saint we have met and talked with."
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