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68 killed in Venezuela police station riot & fire

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At least 68 people have been killed at a Venezuela police station, where an apparent riot and escape attempt resulted in a fire. The casualties have been confirmed by the country’s prosecutor general. The fire took place in the General Command of the Carabobo Police in the city of Valencia. After the fire, dozens of relatives gathered outside the station, trying to break in to get answers, reportedly... 

Brazil Imports of Blonde American Sperm for Artificial Insemination is Skyrocketing

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Wow this is interesting! Brazil is now going through a eugenics program on a social level wished by the people, not enforced by the state. People wanna become whiter. Amazing! So Brazilian women are now super hungry and thirsty for white American sperm. They want to have white babies of Nordic look so if you’re a blonde white American you might wanna make a visit to Brazil and make a couple... 

BREAKING: REAL ALIENS HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED IN PERU

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After dozens of years of speculations and stupid grainy videos of UFOs, it is now finally official. Aliens have been discovered in Peru and confirmed by Russian scientists. These humanoid aliens look exactly how people who claim they had encounters, described them. Even though the Russian scientists tried to come up with all kinds of explanations such as different evolutionary paths for a different... 

Venezuelan Inmates Eating Rats and Pigeons to Avoid Starvation

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Venezuelan prisoners are eating rats and pigeons as a means of survival as food supplies continue to dissipate in the failed socialist state, according to a report published this weekend. El Nuevo Herald reports that a group of prisoners at the Vista Hermosa (Beautiful View) prison in Bolivar state have turned to eating such creatures simply to sustain themselves. One inmate, 41-year-old Alejandro... 

New Video Shows People, Dogs Eating Out of Trash in Venezuela

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A new video shows Venezuelans competing with dogs to eat from trash in the middle of the street. Shot near Banesto Bank in Valencia, the third largest city in Venezuela, the clip shows people picking through garbage in the hope of finding scraps of food. One man is seen shooing away children and dogs as he eats the scraps there and then, while others attempt to fill up a plastic bag. Highlighting... 

Venezuela set to launch second digital currency

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After successfully launching the ‘petro,’ Venezuela is now on its way to becoming the world’s first country with two national cryptocurrencies, reports TV news network Globovision. The channel quotes Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro, who made the announcement during his meeting with members of the party Patria Para Todos (PPT). The new virtual token, dubbed ‘petro oro’, will be backed... 

Argentina's relationship with Russia suddenly becomes 'strategic'

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It seems that Russia has lost its influence in Argentina after the rise of pro-Western President Mauricio Macri to power. All of a sudden, Macri announced the continuation of strategic cooperation with Russia, and opened the doors of the country for such Russian state-run giants of the atomic and gas industries as Rosatom and Gazprom. After leftist forces left the governments of Argentina and Brazil,... 

Peru's President Pardons Former Dictator Fujimori

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Just six days after he narrowly dodged impeachment on corruption charges, Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski pardoned former Peruvian dictator Alberto Fujimori of Japanese descent, who ruled the country from 1990 to 2000. Fujimori was deposed in a soft coup in 2000 when the government turned against him, and in 2007 he was sentenced to six years in prison for ordering illegal searches and seizures.... 

Guatemala announces relocation of its embassy to Jerusalem

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Despite the furore over Washington’s controversial decision to recognize the sacred city of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Guatemala has decided to follow suit, announcing plans to relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv. Following a phone conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Sunday, the President of Guatemala, Jimmy Morales, announced his decision to move the embassy to Jerusalem. “We... 

Prostitutes to be replaced by Sex Dolls in Columbia

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This surprising video footage shows hot artificial ladies for rent to sex clubs. A Bogota sex doll agency opened online sex doll rentals for businesses on Thursday. The “girls” are made of thermoplastic elastomer, which is easy to use and clean, to make their skin to look more realistic and glowing. CEO of EIDistrito.co Patricia Gutierrez aims to help to solve the prostitution issue in... 

'There Was No Big Bang': Brazilian Scientist Turns Cosmic Theory Upside Down

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The Big Bang is a widely accepted explanation for the origins of the universe; however, Brazilian physicist Juliano Cesar Silva Neves has come up with a new “cyclical” theory, which challenges this prevailing concept. A scientist in Brazil has proposed a way of overcoming the problem presented by the Big Bang theory, the need for the singularity of spacetime, by doing away with the theory... 

Venezuela defaults on £45bn debt after missing payments

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Venezuela has defaulted on its £45billion debt after missing interest payments sparking fears investors could seize the country’s oil as payment. Caracas faced the first of what could be a cascade of defaults on its enormous foreign debt Tuesday as financial experts Standard and Poor’s declared the crisis-torn South American country in ‘selective default’. S&P’s... 

Giant Cannon firing Marijuana into US seized in Mexico

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Authorities in the Mexican state of Sonora, bordering the US, have captured a van-mounted bazooka-like cannon used to propel packages of drugs across the border. The Mexican Attorney General’s Office Sonora branch seized the ingenuous contraption in a joint operation with military personnel near the town of Agua Prieta, right across the border from Douglas, Arizona. The improvised artillery... 

Venezuela Censors Opponents Under Guise Of New ‘Anti-Hate’ Law

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Venezuela’s passage of a new law threatening up to 20 years in prison for “inciting hatred” is generating concerns about a growing crackdown on dissent. The powerful, pro-government Constituent Assembly approved the measure Wednesday. Assembly leader Delcy Rodriguez said it represented “a constructive law for peaceful coexistence” and an antidote to “the intolerances, the hatreds that... 

Uruguayan Deputy Sheds Light on Decades-Long CIA Backed Espionage

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A massive CIA-backed espionage network operated for decades in Uruguay, deputy Gerardo Nunez, chairman of the parliamentary commission investigating the plot has told Sputnik, unveiling the details of systematic leaks of classified information that took place in the Latin American country after the end of the dictatorship. The disclosure of a three million-page archive shed light on the immense power... 
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