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July 19, 1989
Argentina's new economy minister, Nestor Rapanelli, is wanted in Venezuela on smuggling and other charges arising from wheat transactions between Venezuela and an Argentine company, a Caracas judge said. Rapanelli, 60, was sworn in Saturday to replace Economy Minister Miguel Roig, who died of a heart attack Friday, just six days after accepting the challenge to heal Argentina's worst economic crisis.
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July 19, 1989
Argentina's new economy minister, Nestor Rapanelli, is wanted in Venezuela on smuggling and other charges arising from wheat transactions between Venezuela and an Argentine company, a Caracas judge said. Rapanelli, 60, was sworn in Saturday to replace Economy Minister Miguel Roig, who died of a heart attack Friday, just six days after accepting the challenge to heal Argentina's worst economic crisis.
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April 17, 2010 | By Julian E. Barnes
Leaders of countries in the eastern Caribbean told Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates on Friday that the international anti-drug crackdown in Mexico has forced traffickers into the waters around their islands, adding to the region's crime and security woes. To stem the increase, Caribbean nations are seeking expanded security assistance from the United States, particularly for combating drug trafficking, and leaders said they would like to see a greater American focus on the region.
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