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De acuerdo con el líder del Movimiento de Trabajadores sin Techo (MTST), Guilherme Boulos, el expresidente brasileño está consciente de su responsabilidad histórica. Full Story

Latin America
Indigenous organizations tell AMLO the Mayan Train 'It is not planned for us, the ordinary people, but a tourist project to benefit the well-off and foreigners.'
Scores of Indigenous people gathered to attend the funeral of Camilo Catrillanca, the young Mapuche killed by Carabineros, four of whom are being dismissed. 
Family members of the Argentine submarine recently found 900km underwater say they want those responsible for their loss, "put in prison."
A group of 70 Venezuelans returned from Colombia as part of the Return to Homeland Plan by Nicolas Maduro. 
Scott took 50.05 percent, compared with 49.93 percent for Democrat Nelson.
A poll conducted by The Guardian showed that the decline in support for Tories was a result of Brexit supporters deserting the party.
Meanwhile, a recount is continuing in the race between Nelson and his challenger for the Senate seat, outgoing Republican Governor Rick Scott.
16 Eboala emergency response staff evactuated from building hit by shell during exchange of fire, in Beni, DRC.
After his resounding victory at UFC Fight Night 140: Argentina, Ecuadorean MMA star Marlon 'Chito' Vera invited UFC President Dana White to host an event in either Quito or Guayaquil. 
"Rest assured that I do not train less just because I think a bit," Cruz Komar responded to a fan who criticized him for highlighting Roger Waters' commitment.
The English Premier League Tuesday appointed Susanna Dinnage as their new Chief Executive, replacing Richard Scudamore. Dinnage becomes the first-ever female to be appointed an executive in the league's 26-year history.
On the 40th anniversary of one of the worst mass atrocities of all time, new evidence comes to light suggesting the deaths of the 918 victims may not have been self-inflicted, as first thought.
Pride events kicked off early Saturday with a festival in Buenos Aires’ Plaza de Mayo. People then marched to the Plaza de los Dos Congresos.
Walt Disney created the character, with oversized ears, button nose, and all, but lost the rights to another company, prompting him to develop something new: Mickey Mouse.