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"I think we deserve the result," said coach Didier Deschamps, a World Cup winner with France in 1998. Full Story

"The right united out of interest, but we divide ourselves over ideas," Uruguay's hugely popular former president said. Full Story

The South American country will elect a new president and legislators in October 209. 
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Jorge Taiana, president of Parlasur, has highlighted the importance of resolving the ongoing crisis due to Unasur's historic role in solving conflicts.
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According to a UN report released in the end of 2012, Latin America and the Caribbeans is the region with the highest rates of gender violence, with 30 femicides registered this year in Uruguay.
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"If you don't have the basic rights, you will less likely be able to exercise the right to culture," said the coordinator of Montevideo's Trans Art Week. 
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In Latin America 18 countries have approved specific sanctions for femicides.
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Kelly Keiderling was appointed ambassador to the South American nation in 2016 by then-President Barack Obama's administration.
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