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  • Material nuclear capturado en Irak es de "grado bajo": agencia ONU

    VIENA (Reuters) - La agencia atómica de la ONU dijo el jueves que creía que el material nuclear que Irak reveló que había caído en manos de insurgentes era de un "grado bajo" y que no representaba un riesgo de seguridad significativo. Irak informó a...
  • Cifra de muertos palestinos trepa a 74; Israel bombardea Gaza por lanzamiento cohetes

    Cifra de muertos palestinos trepa a 74; Israel bombardea Gaza por lanzamiento cohetes
    Al menos 74 palestinos, en su mayoría civiles, murieron en la ofensiva israelí en Gaza, dijeron funcionarios palestinos el jueves, mientras militantes continuaron los ataques con cohetes sobre Tel Aviv y otras ciudades en un enfrentamiento que no da...
  • Naciones Unidas reconocerá todos los matrimonios del mismo sexo entre su personal

    NACIONES UNIDAS (Reuters) - El secretario general de Naciones Unidas, Ban Ki-moon, anunció el lunes que el organismo mundial reconocerá todos los matrimonios del mismo sexo de los miembros de su personal. Previamente, la condición personal de los...
  • Iraqi forces ready to strike after Obama offers advisers

    Iraqi forces ready to strike after Obama offers advisers
    Iraqi forces were massing north of Baghdad on Friday, aiming to strike back at Sunni Islamists whose drive toward the capital prompted the United States to send military advisers to stiffen government resistance. Iraq's senior Shi'ite religious cleric...
  • Brazil sniper raised alarm during World Cup opener

    SAO PAULO (AP) — A police sniper was spooked by an armed man seen approaching Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and other officials as they watched the June 12 opening game of the World Cup in Sao Paulo, law enforcement authorities said Friday. The...
  • Prominent female activist killed in Libya

    Prominent female activist killed in Libya
    A prominent Libyan activist who had become an international face of her strife-torn country's efforts to build a democracy was assassinated by gunmen who stormed her home in the restive eastern city of Benghazi shortly after casting her ballot in the...
  • Mother of missing Israeli teen pleads with U.N. for help

    The mothers of three Israeli teenagers believed to have been abducted in the West Bank took their plight to the United Nations on Tuesday, as Israel moved to downscale the military search for the teens. “It is wrong to take children, innocent boys...
  • Bolivia reduce superficie cultivada con hoja de coca a un mínimo de 11 años: ONU

    LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivia redujo la superficie sembrada con hoja de coca en un 9 por ciento el año pasado a su menor nivel desde el 2002 como parte de una estrategia del gobierno para combatir al narcotráfico, dijo el lunes Naciones Unidas. El área...
  • Obama to meet with congressional leaders as clashes continue in Iraq

    Obama to meet with congressional leaders as clashes continue in Iraq
    Forces loyal to the Iraqi government repulsed an insurgent attack on a provincial town northeast of Baghdad, state media reported Tuesday, as White House officials announced that President Obama would meet with congressional leaders to discuss the...
  • U.N. boss declares World Cup neutrality, won't watch South Korea game

    U.N. boss declares World Cup neutrality, won't watch South Korea game
    U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Tuesday that he is a fan of his native South Korea's soccer team, which open its World Cup campaign against Russia later in the day, but that out of a sense of neutrality he would not tune into the match. Ban,...
  • Iraq says it stopped Islamic militants 35 miles from Baghdad

    Iraq says it stopped Islamic militants 35 miles from Baghdad
    Islamic insurgents who swept through northern and central Iraq, inflicting humiliating defeats on government forces, met tough resistance Tuesday on the northeast approaches to the capital and officials said the advance had been halted. Amid heavy...
  • ISIS militants in Iraq gain more ground with capture of Tal Afar

    ISIS militants in Iraq gain more ground with capture of Tal Afar
    Fighters affiliated with an extremist Al Qaeda-inspired faction seized control of another town in the northwest of Iraq on Monday, beating back pro-government forces scrambling to stop the group's advance. Tal Afar, an ethnically diverse town of Sunni...