South America

South America


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January 20, 2020
Watching political unrest explode across South America this fall, officials at the State Department noticed an eerily similar pattern in anti-government protests that otherwise had little in common
January 14, 2020
Despite shrinking overall markets, the Volkswagen Group grew its worldwide deliveries by 1.3 percent to 10,974,600 vehicles in 2019. Market shares were expanded in all regions, in some cases significantly. Volume growth was achieved in Europe (+3.9 percent) and South America (+3.2 percent) while there were slight falls in North America (-0.5 percent) and Asia-Pacific (-0.4 percent). Strong growth was recorded with electric vehicles. As a result of many new models within the framework of t...
January 15, 2020
Whether driving the Interstate highways of America, the Autobahn in Europe, or the Asian Highway Network, chances are, one will see more white cars than any other color on the road. This is one of the central results of the BASF Color Report 2019 for Automotive OEM Coatings. About 39% of all cars built around the globe were painted white. Behind that number is an interesting shift: Although white is the most popular color in every region, there are remarkable differences in the regional di...
Shubashree Desikan
December 28, 2019
The Hindu
The advance prediction gives a large window of preparedness for space weather variations
Shubashree Desikan
December 27, 2019
The Hindu
This gives a large window of preparedness for space weather driven by coronal magnetic fields, says principal investigator
Phoebe Weston
December 3, 2019
the Guardian
Crop Trust staff and their partners carried out collecting missions in countries such as Guatemala and Costa Rica. Photograph: Courtesy of CWR
November 24, 2019
The News Minute
As the search for self styled godman Nithyananda continues, Gujarat police believe that he may have fled to South America and may be in hiding there. TNM had earlier reported that he could be in Ecuador. Nithyananda has been booked for child abuse and kidnapping by the Gujarat police after three minor children (a boy and two girls) were rescued from his ashram in the outskirts
Jesslyn Shields
November 15, 2019
Gondwana was a humongous landmass that persisted for 300 million years before it began to break up, forming all the continents in the modern Southern Hemisphere.
Adam Vaughan
November 15, 2019
New Scientist
Satellites show atmospheric pollution created by the fires across New South Wales and Queensland has travelled more than 10,000 kilometres to Chile and Argentina
Jennifer Rankin in Brussels
November 12, 2019
the Guardian
Young people take part in the global climate strike in Brussels, the Belgian capital. Photograph: Jennifer Rankin/The Guardian
The Quint
November 10, 2019
The Quint
Buckling under mounting pressure, Bolivian President Evo Morales called for a new election after his claim to have won a fourth term triggered fraud allegations, deadly protests and a split among security forces.
Reuters Editorial
November 7, 2019
UBS Group AG and Brazilian state-controlled lender Banco do Brasil SA are set to launch an investment bank in South America, UBS said on Wednesday.
Liz Knueven
November 4, 2019
Business Insider
Joe and Karen Stermitz are driving around the world in retirement. They travel in inexpensive countries, camp, and prioritize spending to do it.
The Associated Press
October 31, 2019
ABC News
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Greg Miller
Beautiful and insightful, the illustrations of the German naturalist helped shape a new understanding of the world
Helena Horton
October 2, 2019
The Telegraph
South American states are calling for an international response to end the smuggling of rare animals including reptiles, amphibians and parrots.
Matt McGrath
October 2, 2019
BBC News
A huge earthquake off Alaska in the 1960s caused tsunamis that scientists say washed a tropical fungus ashore.
Mark Kinver
October 1, 2019
BBC News
A remote island in the southern Atlantic Ocean reveals the scale of the problem of plastic waste facing our seas.
Science X staff
October 1, 2019
The Great Alaskan Earthquake of 1964 and the tsunamis it spawned may have washed a tropical fungus ashore, leading to a subsequent outbreak of often-fatal infections among people in coastal regions of the Pacific Northwest, according to a paper co-authored by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the nonprofit Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), an affiliate of City of Hope.
By Ian Randall For Mailonline
September 30, 2019
Mail Online
Peter Ryan of the University of Cape Town and colleagues studied plastic waste that had washed up on the west coast of Inaccessible Island in the central South Atlantic Ocean.