Public sector employees will now work five and a half hours, part of a nationwide electricity rationing plan.Americas,electricity,Nicolas Maduro,oil,rationing,Venezuela,Michael Lerner
Leaders signed a series of framework agreements on economic and energy co-operation.
Demonstrators shouting "Out with Dilma" gathered in over 100 cities in the second major protest this year.
Mexican officials offered $20 million in incentives to film in Mexico and meet some script requirements.Americas,James Bond,Mexico City,Spectre,Michael Lerner
President Nicolas Maduro says special powers needed to deal with perceived threat by United States.
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was accused of cover-up of bomb attack.
The French leader, however, steered clear of the reparations some in the former colony are demanding.
Move indicates the depth of President Michelle Bachelet's concern about a collapse in her popularity.
Appeals court has upheld a decision to toss controversial case against Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Senate poll, slated now for Aug. 9, had been repeatedly postponed, causing months of protest.
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