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Paraguay and Brazil reiterate “Venezuela is a non full member of Mercosur”
Paraguay is considering if we are to be coherent with our position, we will not participate in a meeting with the purpose to transfer the pro tempore presidency to Venezuela. Paraguay is still awaiting a reply from the presentation made for the ...

National Geographic
Wildlife Dying En Masse as South American River Runs Dry
National Geographic
There have not been any official estimates from the Ministry of the Environment, but Roque González Vera, a journalist for ABC Color in Paraguay, reports utter devastation in some places: Up to 98 percent of caimans (Caiman yacare) are suspected dead, ...

The Times of Israel
Paraguay's president tells Netanyahu: We had our own Holocaust
The Times of Israel
Paraguay has had a Holocaust. We lost practically all our population in a war that was called the Triple Alliance with our neighbor,” Cartes said this week during a meeting with Netanyahu, referring to the South American war fought from 1864 to 1870 ...

Jerusalem Post Israel News
PM: Israel doesn't take Paraguay's friendship for granted
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Cartes, who arrived on Sunday for two days, noted at the outset of his comments that Paraguay voted for the Partition Plan in 1947, and that both Israel and Paraguay declared Independence on May 14, with Israel doing so in 1948, and Paraguay making the ...
President Rivlin and Paraguayan President Cartes Commit To Improving Bilateral RelationshipBreaking Israel News
Paraguay President's Visit to Jerusalem Justifies 'Illegal Israeli Annexation', PLO SaysteleSUR English
Rivlin: Paraguay is a true friend of IsraelArutz Sheva
NewsOK.com -Israel Hayom
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Council On Hemispheric Affairs
Paraguay's Curuguaty Case: Forgotten Murders, A Botched Trial, and A Broken Justice System
Council On Hemispheric Affairs
On July 12, 2016 a judge in Paraguay sentenced 11 farmers to up to 30 years in prison for the deaths of six policemen during a land dispute in 2012.[1] The event has come to be known as the Curuguaty Massacre. In addition to the six policemen, the ...

AG Week
UN rights boss 'troubled' by conviction of farmers in Paraguay land killings case
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The top United Nations human rights official said on Wednesday the conviction in Paraguay of 11 landless farmers accused of being involved in deadly clashes with police four years ago was "deeply troubling".
UN rights chief 'deeply troubled' by conviction of land reform activists in ParaguayUN News Centre

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European Jewish Press
President Cartes to Netanyahu: 'Paraguay had its own Holocaust'
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
We lost practically all our population in a war that was called the Triple Alliance with our neighbor,” Cartes said this week during a meeting with Netanyahu, referring to the South American war fought from 1864 to 1870 between Paraguay and the Triple ...
Paraguay is among Israel's best friends in South AmericaEuropean Jewish Press

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BBC News
Paraguay court sentences farmers for deaths of policemen
BBC News
A judge in Paraguay has sentenced 11 subsistence farmers to up to 30 years in jail for the deaths of police officers during a land reform protest four years ago. Six policemen died in a gunfight during an operation to evict the farmers from land they ...
Paraguay Campesinos Sentenced for 2012 Coup-Sparking MassacreteleSUR English
Paraguay farmers sentenced to up to 35 years for land dispute killingsDeutsche Welle
Paraguay sentences farmers for their role in Curuguaty massacreThe World Weekly
The Japan Times -The Argentina Independent -UPI.com
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Paraguay's central bank raises 2016 growth forecast to 3.5 pct
Paraguay is the world's fourth-biggest soybean exporter. The central bank said domestic consumption and public spending in the small South American country were offsetting the impact from slumping global commodity prices and economic problems in ...

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Paraguay police out in force for Curuguaty verdict
Fox News Latino
Asuncion – Some 1,500 police were deployed in the vicinity of Paraguay's Palace of Justice on Monday for the formal reading of the verdict in the case of the so-called Curuguaty massacre, an armed clash in 2012 that resulted in 17 deaths and led to the ...

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