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South Africa to send 400 soldiers to CAR

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Up to 400 armed South African soldiers have been deployed to the Central African Republic (CAR) by President Jacob Zuma in a bid to help the country’s army as it faces threats from rebel groups. Zuma’s office issued a statement on Sunday saying the decision to send soldiers to the CAR is part of South Africa’s efforts “to bring about peace and stability in the region”. Several neighbouring countries have sent soldiers to prevent rebels from reaching Bangui, a city of 700,000. Chad has sent hundreds of forces who are fortifying the road to the capital, while Cameroon, Gabon and Republic of Congo have…

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Boehner has been reelected as the speaker of the House!

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QuestCinq.com  learned that John Boehner has been reelected as the speaker of the House of Representatives. QC notes 20 Women and 20 Latinos in the 113th Congress. The traditional white men politician had gone! –More to come!

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Senate approves bill to avert “fiscal cliff”

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– The U.S. Senate on Tuesday, two hours after a December 31 deadline had lapsed, approved legislation aimed at averting the “fiscal cliff” by stopping most tax hikes and across-the-board spending cuts that were due to begin with the new year. The House of Representatives still must approve the measure, possibly on Tuesday. –More to come   Source: QuestCinq and Agencies

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Obama enacts anti-Iran bill for the Americas

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President Barack Obama has signed a law to counter Iran’s alleged influence in Latin America, through a new diplomatic and political strategy to be designed by the State Department, the AFP news agency reported. Enacted on Friday, the Countering Iran in the Western Hemisphere Act, passed by lawmakers earlier this year, calls for the State Department to develop a plan within 180 days to “address Iran’s growing hostile presence and activity”. Although the strategy is confidential and only accessible to lawmakers, it must contain a public summary. The text also calls on the Department of Homeland Security to bolster surveillance at…

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Venezuelan VP heads to Cuba to visit ailing Chavez

Venezuela's President and presidential candidate Hugo Chavez waves as he arrives at a school to cast his vote during the presidential election in Caracas

  By FABIOLA SANCHEZ The Associated Press CARACAS, Venezuela — Venezuelan Vice President Nicolas Maduro announced Friday night that he was traveling to Cuba to visit President Hugo Chavez, who is recovering from cancer surgery in Havana. Maduro said during the inauguration of a state governor that he and other government officials would fly to Cuba late Friday. He did not specify how long he would be away but said Energy Minister Hector Navarro would be in charge of government affairs in the meantime. Maduro’s trip comes amid growing uncertainty about Chavez’s health. The Venezuelan leader has not been seen or…

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Central African Republic: Rebel forces Advance…

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Francois Bozize, the embattled Central African Republic president, has urged the United States and France to help push back rebel forces who have advanced towards the capital Bangui. “We are asking our cousins the French and the United States, which are major powers, to help us push back the rebels to their initial positions in a way that will permit talks in Libreville to resolve this crisis,” Bozize told a crowd at a main square in Bangui on Thursday. French President Francois Hollande had said earlier on Thursday that French soldiers stationed in its former colony would not be used to defend Bozize’s government. The rebels already have seized…

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Former President: George H.W. Bush in intensive care

Former President Bush smiles as he listens to Republican presidential candidate Romney speak in Houston

December 26, 2012 QuestCinq has learned that, “Former President George H.W. Bush is in the intensive care unit of a Houston hospital and is in “guarded condition,” family spokesman Jim McGrath said Wednesday.” In the meantime, Reuters said, “Former South African President Nelson Mandela has been discharged from hospital, ending a nearly three-week stay during which he was treated for a lung infection and had surgery to remove gallstones, the government said on Wednesday.” –More to come Source: QuestCinq and Agencies  

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Obama would be back sooner in Washington for fiscal cliff deal!

U.S. President Obama speaks about the fiscal cliff at the White House in Washington

With the end of the year approaches so does the fiscal cliff, Congress and President Obama went on vacation last Friday. QC had learned both sides did not  really chat about any deal since then. Nonetheless, Democrats appear to have a deal in the making to avoid the crisis. Now, QuestCinq has learned that President Obama could cut his vacation to come back to Washington in order to work with his fellow democrats on a fiscal cliff deal… Will they negotiate a deal with the Republican Congress by 12/31/12? “…As the clock ticks toward a January 1 deadline, negotiations to…

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Egypt Approves A New Constitution

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– Egypt announced on Tuesday voters had approved overwhelmingly a constitution drafted by President Mohamed Mursi’s Islamist allies, and the government imposed currency restrictions to cope with an economic crisis worsened by weeks of unrest. Final figures from the elections commission showed the constitution was adopted with 63.8 percent of the vote, giving Islamists their third straight victory at the polls since Hosni Mubarak was toppled in a 2011 revolution… “…Critics say the document, which has triggered mass protests, betrays the revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak….” “…The Supreme Court will also be reshuffled, with its members decreasing from 19 to 10. Morsi…

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No new vote in Venezuela if Chavez absent on 1/10/13…

Venezuela's President and presidential candidate Hugo Chavez waves as he arrives at a school to cast his vote during the presidential election in Caracas

  – Venezuela will not call fresh elections if Hugo Chavez’s cancer prevents him from taking office by January 10, the head of Congress said on Saturday, despite a constitutional mandate that the swearing-in take place on that date. Chavez is recovering in Cuba from a six-hour cancer operation that followed his October re-election. The socialist leader has not been heard from for nearly two weeks, raising doubts as to whether he will be fit to continue governing. Opposition leaders may pounce on the issue of the swearing-in date to demand that authorities call fresh elections because of Chavez’s apparently critical state of health…

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