Death toll in Donetsk coal mine blast reaches 32

EFE | Donetsk, Ukraine

At least 32 people perished in an explosion at a coal mine on Wednesday in Donetsk, the eastern Ukrainian city currently controlled by pro-Russian separatists, as reported by the local Emergency Department on Thursday.

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US JUSTICE

Michael Brown's family to sue police officer who killed him

EFE | Washington
The parents of Michael Brown announced Thursday that they will sue police officer Darren Wilson, who shot the unarmed African American youth to death in Ferguson, Missouri last August and who on Wednesday was cleared of violating the victim's civil rights.
AFGHANISTAN WOMAN

Afganistan gov't announces university exclusively for women

EFE | Kabul
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani announced Thursday a special university exclusively for women and said that he would work to ensure women's rights.
ENTERTAINMENT FILM

"Selma" director: a film about "people who struggle for freedom"

EFE | London
Oscar-nominated American film "Selma", a historical bio-pic about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., is a moving story of "people who struggle for freedom and people who believe in justice and dignity," director Ava DuVernay told Efe.
PERU OIL

U.S. oil firm Oxy reaches settlement with Peruvian Indians

EFE | Lima
U.S. oil company Occidental Petroleum, or Oxy, has agreed to compensate five Peruvian Amazon Indian communities for damage resulting from oil production activity.
SOCCER SPAIN

Cristiano, Pepe, Carvajal join Real Madrid group training

EFE | Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo, Pepe, and Dani Carvajal participated in the Real Madrid group training session on Thursday, while Sergio Ramos and Colombian James Rodriguez resumed specialized exercise to recover from injuries.
ART PAINTING

The Mona Lisa's true identity may soon be known

EFE | Florence
Italian researchers will be working for the next 15 days to determine whether or not the remains found in the Florentine Convent of Santa Ursula belong to Lisa Gherardini, the model depicted in Leonardo Da Vinci's famous painting "The Mona Lisa".
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