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Peru asks Uruguay to deny asylum for ex-President Alan Garcia

Peru asks Uruguay to deny asylum for ex-President Alan Garcia

World
Nov. 19 (UPI) -- Peruvian President Martin Vizcarra said Monday he's asked his Uruguayan counterpart, Tabare Vasquez, to honor past agreements to fight international corruption and reject asylum for Lima's former leader. "I reminded the president that here in Lima, in April, all presidents of North, South and Central America met and discussed links between governability and corruption," Vizcarra told reporters, according to Peruvian news agency Andina. All governments agreed that to fight international corruption, efforts from all presidents were necessary, he added. Peru is sending Uruguay documents related to former Peruvian President Alan Garcia's case, he added. The conversation took place Sunday and lasted less than 10 minutes. The comments came after Garcia, who led Peru from 1985 t...
Qatar, Russia defend OPEC, deny manipulation of oil prices

Qatar, Russia defend OPEC, deny manipulation of oil prices

Business
Oct. 3 (UPI) -- Qatar's energy minister defended the oil market strategy of his country and other OPEC nations Tuesday. "OPEC is not trying to manipulate the price. It's trying to bring the market to balance," said Mohammed Bin Saleh Al-Sada, Qatar's Minister of Energy and Industry. He added that low oil prices -- like the world had through much of 2015 and 2016 -- don't equal prosperity for the world's economy. "That depression of the oil price led to what? (Did it) lead to a better world economy?" he asked a panel moderated by CNBC's Geoff Cutmore at Russian Energy Week in Moscow. "In fact, there was the worst record for the global economy during that downturn in the oil price. Now, during the journey of the recovery in the oil price look what happened -- balance between supply and dema...
Radiohead deny suing Lana Del Rey

Radiohead deny suing Lana Del Rey

Entertainment
Media playback is unsupported on your deviceLana Del Rey made headlines when she said Radiohead were suing her for copyright infringement - but the story just got a little more complicated.The band's publishers have disputed her claims, saying no legal action has been filed against the star.However, they are seeking credit on Del Rey's song Get Free, which they say copies elements of Radiohead's Creep.The story started on Sunday, when Del Rey confirmed a report in The Sun that Radiohead were suing her."It's true about the lawsuit," she wrote on Twitter. Radiohead rejected her offer of 40% of the song's publishing royalties, she claimed, demanding 100% percent."Their lawyers have been relentless," she added, "so we will deal with it in court."Skip Twitter post by @LanaDelReyIt’s true about
Saints twice come from behind to deny Newcastle

Saints twice come from behind to deny Newcastle

Sports
Manolo Gabbiadini marked his return to the Southampton team by scoring both goals as battling Saints twice came from behind to deny Newcastle United victory in an entertaining game at St Mary's.Isaac Hayden fired the Magpies ahead from 25 yards after goalkeeper Fraser Forster was left flat-footed, before Joselu was denied by the bar.Saints conjured up a rare home goal through Gabbiadini's shot on the turn only for Newcastle to restore their lead 87 seconds later, Ayoze Perez finding the net from an angle after Forster had spilled the Spaniard's initial shot.Newcastle were denied victory when Gabbiadini, starting for the first time since 9 September, scored from the penalty spot after Florian Lejeune needlessly bundled over Shane Long.Reaction from St Mary's StadiumGabbiadini ends home goal...