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Peru national football team print that page

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The Peru national football team represents Peru in international football competition and is managed by the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF). The team competes against the other nine members of FIFA 's CONMEBOL conference, which encompasses the countries of South America. The traditional

Hugo Chávez print that pageTimeline of Hugo Chávez

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strongly with the socialist governments of Fidel and then Raúl Castro in Cuba, Evo Morales in Bolivia , and Rafael Correa in Ecuador, his presidency is seen as a part of the leftist " pink tide " sweeping Latin America. He has supported Latin American and Caribbean cooperation and was

RCTV print that page

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On 27 May 2007, RCTV made headlines when the Government of Venezuela decided not to renew their radio broadcast license for what it said was the station's role in the 2002 coup which briefly overthrew Venezuela's democratically elected government. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] The Supreme Court of Justice

History of the Peru national football team print that page

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The history of the Peru national football team dates back to the late 19th century, when English sailors and Peruvian travelers returning from England introduced the sport into Peru. It would take the early 20th century, in the year 1927 , for Peru to finally create their first official national

Alberto Naranjo print that page

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Platters , Tito Rodríguez , Ornella Vanoni and Pedro Vargas . In 1977 Naranjo founded El Trabuco Venezolano , an orchestra in which he quickly achieved notable success as arranger and leader. The term trabuco comes from Venezuelan baseball slang , where it means an all-stars selection of

Afro-Latin American print that page

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Contents 1 History 2 Racial and ethnic distinctions 3 South America 3.1 Argentina 3.2 Bolivia 3.3 Brazil 3.4 Chile 3.5 Colombia

El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. I print that page

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El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. I From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. I Studio album by El Trabuco Venezolano Released 1977 Recorded 1977 Genre Jazz band , Latin American music Length 39:28 Label

Caracas print that page

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At the time of its founding, more than four hundred years ago, the valley of Caracas was populated by indigenous peoples. Francisco Fajardo , the son of a Spanish captain and a Guaiqueri cacica , attempted to establish a plantation in the valley in 1562 after founding a series of coastal

El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. III print that page

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El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. III From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search El Trabuco Venezolano Vol. III Studio album by El Trabuco Venezolano Released 1981 Recorded 1981 Genre Jazz band , Latin American music Length 44:58 Label

Primera División Venezolana print that page

The Primera División Venezolana ( Venezuelan First Division ), or Liga Venezolana ( Venezuelan League ) is the top-flight professional football league of Venezuela . It was created in 1921 and turned professional in 1957. It's organized by the Federación Venezolana de Fútbol and from

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