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Violence hits Uruguayan football again with 40 people under arrest; convicted military officers would be judged by military courts
Start of classes obstructed by maintenance works and teachers’ strike; plans to establish industrial plant on historical beach cause controversy.
Intense week of changes in public posts; human rights judge Mariana Mota transferred to civil court duties; Minister of Public Health Jorge Venegas displaced by Communist Party
Dancer accuses carnaval comedy group of being homophobic; 20% more returnees to Uruguay in 2012 compared to the year before; Ex-Sandinista appointed by Mujica as Uruguayan ambassador in Nicaragua.
Public Health Ministry alerts population of a potential dengue outbreak; Carnaval 2013 officially started despite heavy rains; air route Montevideo-Madrid will be started by Air Europa
Uruguayan policemen in U.S. diplomatic cars cause controversy; football activities suspended for ten days due to violence; doctors banned from publicly reporting abortions.
South Korea opens its meat market to Uruguayan products; Uruguayan boxer keeps Women’s World Super Lightweight Champion title; the Chamber of Deputies will decide next Tuesday on same sex marriages.
Christian healthcare centres refuse to practise abortion; Mujica apologises for controversial statement on opposition leaders’ wives; Fattoruso demands recognition over World Cup 2014 song
Electronic ankle bracelets approved after march against gender violence; Iberia decides cancellation of the route Montevideo-Madrid from April; Donald Trump announces construction of tower Punta del Este
Former luxurious hotel catches fire in Punta del Este; rock band “Cuarteto de Nos” awarded two Latin Grammy; Uruguay beat Poland in a friendly football match.
Colorados seek to reform the complex adoption system; deputies will approve law to provide compensation for crime victims; 7th National Cinema Day celebrated across the country.
State forecloses millionaire guarantee against Spanish airline; around 1,000 people dress up as zombies to celebrate the Day of the Dead; new agreement between the State and Fundación Telefónica to tackle poverty.
Tropical cyclone hits Uruguay causing severe damage; abortion law will face Inter-American Commission for Human Rights; Brazil fines bankrupted Pluna with US$25m.
Senate approves project to legalize abortion; Uruguayan embassy in Buenos Aires on sale; Tabaré Vázquez reaffirms his candidacy for 2014.