Federal republic in south America

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Alison Rourke
October 20, 2020
the Guardian
A healthcare worker disinfectants at a puja pandal in Kolkata as a measure against the spread of coronavirus. Photograph: Sumit Sanyal/SOPA Images/REX/Shutterstock
DNA Web Team
October 10, 2020
DNA India
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September 1, 2020
A strong deal is a major win for Argentina, Latin Americas No. 3 economy
Michael Marshall
August 27, 2020
New Scientist
A well-preserved dinosaur embryo has revealed that young titanosaurs, the largest ever dinosaurs, had nasal horns that we have never seen in adult fossils
Walter Thompson
August 26, 2020
Nearshoring is mutually beneficial because developers don't have to give up their culture for a great employment opportunity and businesses can reap the benefits of diversification.
James Paton | Bloomberg
August 26, 2020
Groups such as the World Health Organization, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance are working to ensure that coverage extends beyond the developed world
August 21, 2020
To date, more than 22.5 million people have been infected with the coronavirus worldwide, with over 790,000 fatalities
Yuvraj Malik
August 4, 2020
US teachers protest school reopening, J&J spray approved to treat the suicidal, BP halves dividend as Covid-19 pushes oil major to loss, and other pandemic-related news across the globe
Rebecca Giggs
July 29, 2020
Even as wild places crumble and collapse, people's emotional connection to nature intensifies--but who bears the costs of our fawning over cute animals online?
Jonathan Shieber
July 23, 2020
The Not Company, Latin America's leading contender in the plant-based meat and dairy substitute market, is about to close on an $85 million round of funding that would value it at $250 million, according to sources familiar with the company's plans. The latest round of funding comes on the heels of a series of successes [...]
By Jonathan Chadwick For Mailonline
July 13, 2020
Mail Online
UK biologists deployed logging devices on the Andean condor (Vultur gryphus), the heaviest known soaring bird, to show how it flies with limited flapping.
Omar Faridi
July 10, 2020
Crowdfund Insider
Fast pace of cryptocurrency adoption in Latin America may be due to dramatic rise in smartphone users, Bitso executive reveals.
Travis Bernard
July 7, 2020
We're excited to announce that Extra Crunch is now available to readers in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. That adds to our existing support in the U.S., Canada, UK, and select European countries. You can sign for Extra Crunch here. Latin America has always caught the eye of big tech. For companies like Facebook, Amazon, and [...]
Brandon Specktor
July 1, 2020
Fox News
On Halloween in 2018, the sky tore open above Brazil. A single gargantuan lightning bolt sliced through the atmosphere over the country's southern tip, stretching more than 440 miles (700 kilometers) from the Atlantic coast into the edge of Argentina.
June 26, 2020
A single lightning flash stretched more than 700 kilometres across Brazil last year - equivalent to the distance between Boston and Washington DC - has created a new world record for the longest reported distance of lightning, the UN's weather agency has announced.
Jorge Iorio
June 18, 2020
Argentina's debt restructuring talks, in a tense final stretch, hit a roadblock on Wednesday with the government determined not to cede further ground after making an improved offer and a key creditor group warning that negotiations had failed.
Helen Sullivan
June 18, 2020
the Guardian
A view of a wall with a graffiti depicting Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and a figure representing the coronavirus in a tug of war against health workers with a phrase in Portuguese asking, "Which side of the rope are you on?". Photograph: Cris Faga/REX/Shutterstock
Reuters Editorial
June 17, 2020
LATAM Airlines Group on Wednesday said it will cease operations at its Argentine subsidiary "indefinitely," its first major cutback since Latin America's largest airline filed for bankruptcy protection last month.
June 15, 2020
We cannot think about allowing football to be played in the Buenos Aires metropolitan area or anywhere else in the country in the near term, says Argentina health minister Gines Gonzalez
June 15, 2020
Barcelona vs Mallorcas match was played without fans but the fan wearing an Argentina soccer jersey made it past security and took a photo of himself a few meters in front of Barcelona defender Alba
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