Daily News April 12, 2016

Brazil committee recommends impeachment of President Rousseff A congressional committee on Monday recommended impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, setting the stage for a crucial vote in the lower house to decide whether she should face trial. With Latin America’s biggest country gripped by recession, political paralysis and a vast corruption scandal, the stakes are huge and passions on both sides intense. France24 reports. TransCanada wins $500-million natural gas pipeline project in Mexico TransCanada Corp. has won a contract to build, own and operate a $500-million natural gas pipeline for Mexico’s state-owned power company CFE. The 250-kilometre pipeline will run from the state of Veracruz to natural gas power plants in central and western Mexico, supplying up to 886 million […]

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