Colombia votes No to peace deal

The results are valid, as in order for the vote to be considered adequate, at least 13% of the electorate needed to vote “yes”

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Colombia’s National Government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces guerrillas announced in Havanaa Final, Comprehensive and Definitive Peace Accord to end theover-50-year armed conflict and to build stable and long-lasting peace in Colombia.

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The governor of Bie, Manuel de Boavida Neto, has thanked Cuba for their colossal internationalist support and cooperation.

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Cuban President Raul Castro sent a congratulations message to his Nicaraguan counterpart Daniel Ortega on the occasion of the celebrations of the 37th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution.

Cuban President Raul Castro sent a congratulations message to his Nicaraguan counterpart Daniel Ortega on the occasion of the celebrations of the 37th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution.

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HAVANA, Cuba, (acn).- The TNT Österreich Company, an Austrian subsidiary of TNT Express N.V. (Netherlands), has permanently suspended the international courier services normally offered to the Cuban embassy in
Austria, the Cubaminrex Web site reported on Thursday.


Bogota (Prensa Latina).- Human rights defenders, parliamentarians, social and political organizations today rejected a campaign promoted by the Colombian right against the peace process.


Brasilia, (Prensa Latina).-  By 55 votes to 22, the Brazilian Senate approved today the political trial against the president Dilma Rousseff for a liability crime, which according to her defense lawyer, she never committed.


Brasilia,(Prensa Latina).- Without any explanation, the acting president of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies, Waldir Maranhao, today revoked his decision to cancel the session during which the impeachment request against Dilma Rousseff was admitted.


Washington, (Prensa Latina).- The Republican Party of the United States is taking steps to close ranks behind its second candidate, Donald Trump, to prevent the victory of the probable Democratic challenger, Hillary Clinton.
Although many Republicans have refused to support the leading candidate, others, like Senator John McCain, have called on their colleagues to join forces and listen to the voters who have already expressed their intention to vote for the New York tycoon.