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Secretary Of State Meets With Palestinian Leader Mahmoud Abbas

Secretary of State, John Kerry, arrived Wednesday in Jordan to meet with Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas to resume the dialogues of peace between Israel and Palestine. Abbas said in recent days that the dialogues had been canceled during the last round of negotiations due to the non-compliance of the Israeli Government with the third round of release of political prisoners, which had been announced for Saturday. Kerry will also meet with the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, in the coming days.
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Rescuers Continue Search In Washington Mudslide

Washington rescue teams are prepared for another day's search in Snohomish County where on Saturday a devastating landslide occurred. Dogs, aircraft and bulldozers have been used to search for survivors, but the work has been very slow and dangerous due to conditions similar to quicksand. So far 14 bodies have been recovered and police are reviewing numerous reports on missing persons to try to identify who is really lost. Most of the homes affected in the accident are vacation homes. President Barack Obama declared a state of emergency in the area.
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Shooting At A Naval Base Leaves Two Dead

A shooting at the world's largest naval base in Norfolk, Virginia, left two people dead. A spokesman for the naval base reported that a sailor, aboard the destroyer USS Mahan, had died by gunfire, until the guards killed a civilian suspect. The base was closed for a short period of time after the incident, which occurred on Monday night. It is not yet clear whether the civilian was allowed to be on board of the ship.
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IKEA Recalls Children’s Bed Canopies Due to Strangulation Hazard

WASHINGTON, - Consumers should stop using this product unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product. Recall Summary Name of Product: Children’s bed canopies Hazard: An infant or young child can get entangled at the neck in the canopy’s fabric, posing a strangulation hazard. Remedy: Refund Consumer Contact: IKEA toll-free at (888) 966-4532 anytime or online at ;; and click on the recall link at the top of the page for more information. Recall Details Units: About 255,000 in the United States, 7,000 in Canada and million worldwide Description: This recall involves…
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More Than 100 Immigrants In Raid Against Trafficking In Persons

Police in the State of Texas interrogated five people suspected of leading a trafficking operation. The news comes after the discovery of more than one hundred people locked inside a house. The building, on the outskirts of the city of Houston, was raided on Wednesday. Authorities said that they found suspected illegal immigrants in miserable conditions. Some were children of 5 years. It is believed alleged traffickers had locked them waiting for a payment and had removed their clothes and shoes so that they could not flee. Most of the immigrants were from Mexico and Central America. Apparently the house only…
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Evo Morales Meets With U.S. Congressmen In Search Of Better Relations

The President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, met on Thursday with United States Congressmen with the aim of improving relations between the two countries. "We are here to restore relations, the national Government has no problem, if there is respect between the two countries to restore ambassadors, hopefully we can make arrangements before your Government", Morales told the delegation, led by Democratic Senator Tom Harkin. "This country is making great strides, we have come to talk about how we can be partners in this progress in this great country," said the Senator for his part. Both countries have lived several diplomatic…
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Newly Discovered Faberge Easter Egg To Be Showcased

An Easter egg valued at $33 million, which was made by the Russian jeweler Carl Fabergé and which had been found by a scrap dealer in a market of antiques in the United States, will be exhibiting at the Wartski of London Gallery the first Monday in April. The piece, carved in gold and decorated with diamonds and sapphires, was purchased by its current owner, who asked not be revealed, for $ 8,000 by a man who wanted to use the egg's metal for scrap, considering that it didn't have much value. Although at first he did not know what…
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Toyota Will Pay Out $1.2 Billion In Fines

The Japanese car manufacturer Toyota will pay a fine of $ billion to United States to close an investigation initiated in 2010 about security problems in some of its vehicles. In 2009 the car maker warned that more than ten million Toyota and Lexus vehicles, mostly in the United States, had several problems, including defective brakes, pedals and carpets. Between 2010 and 2012, Toyota paid fines totaling $66 million for delays in reporting problems in the acceleration system. US Attorney General Eric Holder, said it's the largest financial penalty imposed to a car manufacturer. Christopher P-Reynolds, legal head of Toyota in the…
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Russia Risks “Political & Economic Isolation”

Vice President, Joe Biden, said that if Russia continues on its "dark road" it faces "political and economic isolation", during his visit to Lithuania on Wednesday. "Russia has chosen to respond with military aggression, a referendum virtually rejected by the entire world, illegal efforts to annex Crimea and now reports of armed attacks against Ukrainian military personnel and installations in Crimea," he said. "I want to make it clear: we remain firmly with our Baltic partners in support of the Ukrainian people against the Russian aggression." While Russia goes down this dark path they will face a growing political and economic isolation". Biden spoke…
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Plane Lands Safely After Losing Part Of Its Wing

A Delta plane managed to land without incident Sunday in Atlanta after losing part of the fuselage of the right wing, according to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The breakdown occurred during flight 2412 which left Orlando, when a part of the right wing, 1 meter by meters, snapped for unknown reasons. The plane, according to federal aviation authorities, landed at 19:10 local time in the Atlanta Airport, where it was towed to the landing zone, without any registered injuries. The Delta spokesperson, Anthony Black,said that all the passengers remained calm during the flight and there was no sense of danger at…
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