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Cáceres

(kä`thārās), city (1990 pop. 73,915), capital of Cáceres prov., W central Spain, in Extremadura. Products of cork, leather, pottery, and cloth are made there. Cáceres was an important Roman colony. It fell to the Moors in the 8th cent. but was recaptured (1229) by Alfonso IX. The old town, on top of a hill and encircled by turreted walls, has many notable Roman and Moorish structures.
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'The suspect guaranteed them of 100-percent interest with money back come 200 working days, which attracted the complainants,' Caceres said in an interview Thursday.
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Caceres Archbishop Rolando Tria Tirona said it will be the first time that the archdiocese will host the NYD.
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Before joining the property's pre-opening team, Manila-born Caceres worked as Ascott International Group's cluster director of sales and marketing in Thailand, overseeing 11 properties.
Although eight arrests have been made, indigenous and other grassroots organizations see no progress in the legal proceedings regarding Caceres' murder and point to irregularities in the process, including the disappearance of the case files (NotiCen, Nov.
Caceres is allowed to sign outside the window because he is unattached.
Uruguayan Caceres, 29, played against England at the 2014 World Cup.
Berta Caceres was murdered in her home in the early hours of March 3 in El Esperanza, Honduras, the Lenca indigenous community where she was born.
MEXICO CITY -- At least 25 Catholic groups joined nongovernmental organizations in condemning the murder of Honduran environmental activist Berta Caceres and calling for a change in U.S.