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New Uruguay commission to look into dictatorship crimes

Uruguay's left-wing president-elect Tabare Vazquez announced the creation of a new Truth and Justice Commission that will look into Human Rights violations and the disappearance of regime dissidents during the military dictatorship. Duration: 00:40 Feb 14, 2015
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France defends fighter sale to Egypt

France defends the controversial "historic" first foreign sale of its Rafale fighter jet to Egypt in a contract clinched in a breakneck three months, despite criticism over rights abuses by Cairo. Duration: 00:58 Feb 14, 2015
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Anger on the streets in Haiti

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Anti-government street protesters took to the streets of Port-au-Prince again on Friday (February 13) as the country plunged deeper into political and Feb 14, 2015
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Robot to fight Navy ship fires

INTRO: At its latest technology expo, the U.S. Navy says its fire-fighting robot can put out blazes on board ships and it also unveils unmanned boats designed to create a "swarm" around threats at sea Feb 14, 2015
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Greece starts bailout talks as hopes rise

Greece began tough negotiations with its creditors as hopes grew of a deal to replace its detested bailout after new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras pushed his case at a European summit. Duration: 00:51 Feb 14, 2015
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Nigerian poll delay saves Valentine's Day

Restaurant owners in Nigeria's financial capital Lagos are benefitting from the postponement of the country's general election with couples busy making reservations for Valentines's Day. Duration: 00:57 Feb 14, 2015