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Corruption · Lima
Peruvian police raid presidential palace in search of president's sister-in-law
Yenifer Paredes, the Peruvian president's sister-in-law, is being investigated for alleged corruption and money laundering. Police and public prosecution agents searched the presidential palace in Lima on Tuesday. The president, Pedro Castillo, heavily criticized the raid on a televised broadcast. Castillo is himself facing several allegations of corruption.See the Story
56% Center coverage: 9 sources
Business · Buenos Aires
Argentina hikes interest rate again as inflation hits 20-year high
Consumer prices rose 71% in July from a year ago, the highest level in about 30 years. On a monthly basis, the inflation rate spiked to 7.4%, accelerating at the fastest pace in two decades. The central bank jacked up borrowing costs by 950 basis points on the benchmark rate to 69.5%.See the Story
67% Center coverage: 9 sources
Atacan al escritor Salman Rushdie antes de una conferencia en Chautauqua, Nueva York, relata un testigo
Rushdie sufri� un ataque antes de dar una conferencia en Nueva York. Un testigo le dijo a CNN that Rushdie se encontraba entre el p�blico. El nombre de Rushdie, autor de larga data, se conoci� mundialmente en la d�cada de 1980.See the Story
75% Center coverage: 4 sources
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Nancy Pelosi · Taiwan
China warns it will not tolerate Taiwan 'separatists'
The warning from Beijing, which considers Taiwan its territory, came after days of unprecedented Chinese military drills around the island. China on Wednesday vowed zero tolerance for separatist activities in Taiwan and reaffirmed that it would take the self-ruled island by force if necessary.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 4 sources
Inauguration · Paraguay
Paraguay: Former president Lugo in induced coma after stroke
Lugo, 71, was transferred to a different hospital for further tests. He will remain in a medically induced coma for at least 12 to 24 hours. Lugo, a former Catholic bishop, was president from 2008 to 2012. He remains the only elected left-leaning president in Paraguay's recent history.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 3 sources
La FIFA considera adelantar un día la Copa Mundial para un partido del anfitrión Catar
La nueva fecha de inicio sería el 20 de noviembre para que los locales tengan el duelo de apertura del certamen ante Ecuador, en lugar de esperar al tercer turno del día 21See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
"Los rusos nos tienen a punta de pistola": la tensión que se vive dentro de la central nuclear de Zaporiyia - BBC News Mundo
Aunque la planta nuclear más grande de Europa fue ocupada por fuerzas rusas a principios de marzo, sigue siendo operada por técnicos ucranianos.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
World Cup · Porto
2022 World Cup starts one day early with the Catar-Ecuador game
The race starts one day earlier than expected, on November 20.See the Story
This Saturday Felipe Castro and Ismael Collazo present Adiós Lazaroff, a tribute that tries to avoid oblivion, in La Capuera
“We're going to see what happens when Choncho reacts chemically with the dough,” Castro said in a dialogue with the newspaper.See the Story
In a “tribute to the students of yesterday and today”, the Departmental Board of Montevideo presented a plaque in recognition of the FEUU
The ceremony was held in the Auditorium of the University of the Republic, 54 years after the murder of Líber Arce, the first student martyr, and in the year in which the Federation of University Students turns 97.See the Story