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Posted by ivan on December 17, 2012

 Los ministerios de Salud Pública y Educación iniciaron este miércoles la jornada de desparasitación en la que se pretende cubrir a un millón 500 mil escolares de los niveles básico y medio.

La Jornada de Desparasitación se inició este miércoles en la escuela Matías Ramón Mella, del sector Lengua Azul del Ensanche Ozama, en el municipio Santo Domingo Este.

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About 3,000 Palestinians are marching towards an Israeli checkpoint in Hebron, not far from Jewish settlements in the centre of the West Bank city.

The rally is being held to mark the 25th anniversary of the creation of the Islamist militant movement, Hamas.

There were also reports of clashes between protesters with Israeli soldiers elsewhere in the West Bank.

On Thursday, a Palestinian teenager was shot dead by an Israeli border guard at a checkpoint in Hebron.

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The son-in-law of Tunisia's former president has been arrested in the Seychelles, Tunisian officials say.

Businessman Sakher El Materi was convicted in absentia of corruption by a Tunisian court in July 2011.

He had fled to Qatar after the uprising that ousted President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali last year.

Justice Minister Noureddin Bhiri said Tunisia has asked for Materi's extradition and he expected this to take place soon.

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Russia's foreign ministry has insisted that the country has not changed its position on Syria and "never will".

It came a day after Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said Syria's government was "progressively losing control" and that "the victory of the Syrian opposition cannot be excluded".

Earlier, the ministry clarified his comments, noting he had also said there could only be a political solution.

Meanwhile, the US has agreed to send Patriot missiles to Turkey.

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Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has resigned after prosecutors decided to charge him with breach of trust.

Mr Lieberman has also resigned as deputy prime minister, and said he would fight to clear his name of the charges.

The case against him relates to a financial scandal dating back more than a decade.

His resignation comes five weeks before Israel's general election.

"Though I know I committed no crime... I have decided to resign my post as foreign minister and deputy prime minister," Mr Lieberman said in a statement released by his office.

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A former army medic is found guilty of misleading and dishonest conduct after the death of Iraqi detainee Baha Mousa in 2003.

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A Palestinian refugee camp in the Syrian capital Damascus has been attacked, activists say, causing an unknown number of casualties.

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Libya's parliament closes southern borders to try to stem the flow of illegal migrants and goods.

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Votes are counted in the first round of Egypt's controversial referendum on a new constitution, amid claims of irregularities and isolated incidents of violence.

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At least 11 people have been killed and dozens wounded in a series of bomb blasts in northern Iraq, police say.

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