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Protests, looting erupt as Venezuelans fume over cash chaos

person Orange Themes access_time Dec 17,2016

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela became a country mostly without cash on Friday, sparking scattered protests and looting around the country as people fumed at having their already limited purchasing power cut off almost entirely.

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Scandal Recap: Civil War

person Orange Themes access_time Mar 25,2017

Scandal Recap: Civil War Scandal is making the world a more difficult place for squirrelly, taciturn weirdos. Were there a national advocacy group for mumbling hermits with an allergy to direct eye contact, they'd be firing off an angry press

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FFA backs Britain in FIFA poppy row with Remembrance Day celebration

person Orange Themes access_time Nov 07,2016

FFA backs Britain in FIFA poppy row with Remembrance Day celebration The FFA, Australian soccer's governing body, is set to follow the English and Scottish football associations towards a possible collision with FIFA over the two nations' decision

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Imee, Bongbong told: Closure should come with dignity

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Imee, Bongbong told: Closure should come with dignity

Imee, Bongbong told: Closure should come with dignity

She said the Marcos family's attempts to seek closure should be based on "what is evident, truthful and just." She said Ilocos Norte Gov. Imee Marcos and former Senator Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. should recognize that their father committed ...


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