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Spain's Suicide Rate at Record High

Madrid, February 3 (RHC)-- Official figures show the number of suicides in Spain increased by 11.3 percent in 2012 from the previous year, reaching its highest ... More

Eurostat Says EU Jobless Rate Remained High in December

Brussels, February 3 (RHC)-- Official figures show that the jobless rate in the Eurozone remained near record high of 12 percent in December. The jobless rate,... More

El Salvador Presidential Election Goes to Run-off

San Salvador, February 3 (RHC) -- In El Salvador, official results from the country’s presidential election show that the candidate from the ruling Farabundo ... More

More U.S. Marines Could Be Based in Africa

Washington, February 3 (RHC)-- Thousands of U.S. Marines could be based in Africa in coming years as part of America’s so-called global realignment, according... More

Africa Union Slams ICC Trials against Africans

Addis Ababa, February 3 (RHC)-- The African Union has called on the International Criminal Court to stop criminal proceedings against sitting African presidents... More

Venezuela launches 'smart patrolling' to tame crime wave

Caracas, Feb 1, (RHC), -- The Venezuelan government launched Friday a new security measure to crack down on a surge in crimes.... More

CIA Paid Polish Intelligence Agencies $15 Million for Secret Prison

Warsaw, February 1 (RHC)-- New details have emerged on the George W. Bush-era secret CIA jail used to hold and torture foreign prisoners in Poland.... More

Ecuador sends new peacekeeping contingent to Haiti

Quito, Feb 1, (RHC), -- Ecuador on Friday dispatched a new contingent of peacekeepers to join UN peacekeeping forces in Haiti, which is still struggling to reco... More

More Leaks Follow U.S. Spy Chief's Call for Halt

Washington, February 1 (RHC)-- Documents obtained by U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden have revealed more about U.S. spying activities after Washington's spy ch... More

Bolivia won't drop ICJ suit against Chile: president

La Paz, Feb 1, (RHC), -- Bolivia will not drop the suit it has filed against neighboring Chile at The Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ), demandin... More

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