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In Haiti, a brutal reckoning over an all too familiar task: Rebuilding


School chairs are surrounded by debris at the Evangelical Baptist School of Picot on Aug. 19 in Camp-Perrin, Haiti. The magnitude 7.2 earthquake that struck on Aug. 14 destroyed many buildings and homes in the southwest area of Haiti, killing over 2,000 people so far and leaving thousands homeless. (Joshua Lott/The Washington Post) By Anthony Faiola, Widlore Merancourt and Amanda Coletta   CAMP-PERRIN, ...

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Scott Smith, AP reporter in Venezuela, dies at 50


By JOSHUA GOODMAN MIAMI (AP) — Scott Smith, a correspondent for The Associated Press who traveled across Venezuela to document personal stories of desperation and hope in the troubled country, has died. He was 50. Smith was diagnosed in February with brain cancer and was evacuated from the capital, Caracas, in a rare show of cooperation between the U.S. and ...

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Michael Penfold: “Si la oposición va a México solo a negociar elecciones, le va a ir mal” 


Michael Pendolf: “Ahorita hay que lidiar con lo que se tiene, la oposición debe sanar heridas y coordinarse nuevamente”.   “El chavismo y la oposición deben aceptar que en este momento nadie tiene otra cosa distinta a esa mesa de negociación”, así pone en contexto la situación país Michael Penfold al ser consultado por La Gran Aldea; y amplía el ...

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Maduro to Request U.S. Sanction Talks in Opposition Negotiation


By Alex Vasquez and Fabiola Zerpa President said lifting of sanctions is a key issue to advance Maduro proposed normalization of diplomatic relations with US President Nicolas Maduro said negotiations with the opposition to break a five-year political impasse in Venezuela “got off to a good start,” and that he will also propose direct talks with the U.S. Maduro said discussing sanctions ...

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Conversaciones de gobierno y oposición de Venezuela se estancan por conflicto sobre enviado de Guaidó


Representantes de Maduro se negaron a unirse a la reunión si Carlos Vecchio, embajador en Washington del líder opositor Juan Guaidó, permanecía en la delegación. Gobierno venezolano y oposición inician conversaciones en México. (Gaby Oraa/Bloomberg) Por Alex Vasquez y Jim Wyss agosto 13, 2021 Un plan para que el gobierno y la oposición de Venezuela firmen un acuerdo de negociación en México se ...

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Negotiations between Venezuela’s government and the opposition are scheduled to start today in Mexico


Phil Gunson @philgunson Threadon the beginning today of a fresh round of negotiations between the @NicolasMaduro government and the #Venezuela opposition led by @jguaido Crisis Group @CrisisGroup Negotiations between #Venezuela’s government and the opposition are scheduled to start today in Mexico at 16:30 local time. The @NorwayMFA , which has been brokering dialogue for nearly three years, confirmed that the ...

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AP, Reuters to help Twitter elevate more credible info


SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Twitter has signed a deal with The Associated Press and Reuters to help elevate accurate information on its platform. Twitter said Monday that the program will expand its existing work to help explain why certain subjects are trending on the site, to show information and news from trusted resources and to debunk misinformation. Twitter said the ...

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