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NOTICIAS SOBRE EL NARCO ESTADO DE CUBAZUELA

¡SOLICITAN CADENA PERPETUA!




 Texto completo de la acusación contra los “Narco-Flores”







Editor / Nov 12, 2015 @ 3:30 pm






La fiscal Preet Bharara y el agente especial de la DEA Mark Hamlet, anunciaron la detención de EFRAIN ANTONIO CAMPO FLORES y FRANQUI FRANCISCO FLORES DE FREITAS en la república de Haití. 


Los acusados fueron llevados a los Estados Unidos para enfrentar cargos por narcotrafico. 


CAMPO FLORES y FLORES DE FREITAS fueron presentados al Juez federal James L. Cott en la tarde de este Jueves.



De acuerdo a la acusación, CAMPO FLORES, 29, y FLORES DE FREITAS, 30, conspiraron con otros desde Octubre 2015 hasta el presente para violar la ley antinarcoticos de los Estados Unidos. Especificamente la acusación senala a CAMPO FLORES y FLORES DE FREITAS como responsables de conspirar para importar (e intentar distribuir) Cocaina en los Estados Unidos. 


El cargo en la acusación para este delito es de cadena perpetua, pero es el juez quien tiene la ultima palabra.


A continuación el texto comple…

Ecuador Braces for El Niño

by Sarah Lozanova on Wednesday, Nov 11th,

















The El Niño phenomenon of 2015-2016 is expected to be rival that of 1997-1998, which caused losses equal to 14.5 percent of  Ecaudor’s  GDP


El Niño causes a weakening of the trade winds, allowing heat to accumulate. The phenomenon shifts global weather, causing flooding in some areas and droughts in others.





Ecuador and Peru are the countries that are most directly affected by El Niño. If predictions are correct, the months ahead could cause debilitating floods, outbreaks of mosquito-borne illnesses, and catastrophic crop and infrastructure damage.




I write from coastal Manabi Province in Ecuador, which experienced the most fatalities in the country during the 1997-1998 event, totaling 104. There is awareness of severe El Niño predictions, but most people I’ve spoken with in the southern coastal town of Puerto Lopez think it will not be as severe as forecasts.









There have been warnings in past years that haven’t come to fruition, leaving many to thi…

PAGAN POR SUS PECADOS : SOLO FALTA TIBISAY

Los 8 que profanaron la tumba de Simón Bolívar




A medida que la salud de Hugo Chávez iba empeorando, recrudeció en el pueblo venezolano una versión tan mítica como escalofriante, denominada “la maldición del panteón de Bolívar”. Creer o reventar.




por MDZ, Mundo
5 de Mayo de 2013 | 14:30










(Foto AP)











El 16 de julio del 2010, por orden del entonces presidente de Venezuela Hugo Chávez se abrió, a 180 años de su fallecimiento y presencia del mandatario, el sarcófago donde estaban los restos de Simón Bolívar descansando en el Panteón Nacional en Caracas, con el objetivo de develar la verdadera causa de muerte del prócer.




Chávez venía sosteniendo sobre un posible asesinato por envenenamiento con arsénico, en antítesis a la tuberculosis, como ha venido sosteniendo la historia.



Inmediatamente después de la exhumación, el cadáver fue movido desde el féretro de plomo en donde fue enterrado originalmente, hacia uno de madera con acabados en oro, en una nueva construcción en forma de pirámide, mandada a eri…

DICTATORSHIP OF VENEZUELA REFUSES TO PARTICIPATE IN FREE & TRANSPARENT ELECTIONS

A Remarkable Letter By The OAS Secretary General to The Head Of Venezuela’s Electoral Board




by moctavio

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Today, the Secretary General of the Organization of American States, Luis Almagro, wrote the extraordinary letter above to Tibisay Lucena the Head of Venezuela's Electoral Board.



Extraordinary, because for the longest time, Venezuelans have become accustomed to the cowardly and cynical and mercantile attitude of most Latin American leaders when it comes to the respect of human rights of Venezuelans and the way elections have been run in the country. Even when they criticize, they tend to do it meekly and indirectly, seldom addressing the issues directly.




Secretary General Almagro does an extraordinary job of doing it, without mincing any words and addressing the problems head on.




I personally would like to thank Mr. Almagro for doing his job and without avoiding the thorny issues that his predecessors and those in leadership positions in so many other coun…

LATEST USDA MANGO IMPORT DATA (For week ending November 07, 2015)

By Will Cavan
Executive Director
International Mango Organization (IMO)
Publisher
Mango World Magazine (MWM)













November 10, 2015







La Costa, California












The Latest USDA Import Data for Mangoes was published on Tuesday (November 10, 2015) for the week ending November 07, 2015.






Brazil:


Approximately  215(40') sea container equivalents were imported through the Port of Philadelphia.


Approximately  five (40') sea container equivalents were imported through the New York/New Jersey Ports.


Approximately four (40') sea container equivalents were imported via the Port of Houston.


A total of Approximately 224 (40') sea container equivalents of Mangoes were imported from Brazil for the week ending November, 2015. 



This volume is UP from the previous reporting period.










Ecuador:



Very light volumes arrived to West & East coast Ports from Ecuador for the week ending November 07, 2015:


Port of Philadelphia received approximately 9 (40') sea container equivalents.



Port of San Diego received approxima…

AUSTRALIA : Queensland honey gold mangoes aren't flowering for Piñata Farms

QLD Country Hour
Lara Webster


Updated about 7 hours ago





PHOTO: Piñata's mango production manager Lindsay Hewitt does not know why 40 per cent of the trees haven't flowered. (Lara Webster)






MAP: Wamuran 4512








One of Australia's largest mango growers is anticipating a "grim" Queensland season for its honey gold mangoes.



Piñata Farms has seen its honey gold mango crops at Wamuran, at the Sunshine Coast, hit hard by storms and very little flowering.



Only 60 per cent of the crop has flowered and recent hail damaged any mangoes on the trees, leaving the fruit with black spots.










00:00 AUDIO: Piñata Farms mango production manager Lindsay Hewitt discusses downgraded honey gold mango crop.(ABC Rural)





The company now expects it will only harvest around 2,000 trays for the January harvest at the Sunshine Coast farm.




That is a significant downgrade from its initial estimate of 20,000 trays.



Piñata's mango production manager Lindsay Hewitt said he had no answers as to why there had bee…