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Activists Mobilized Against the G20 in Argentina
Against the catastrophic summit of the G20 held in Buenos Aires on November 30th and December 1st, the Confluencia Fuera G20 – FMI (Confluence against the G20 and the IMF) organised a week of action to repudiate the presence of the G20 and the IMF in Argentina and create spaces of convergence to con
Argentina makes first beef shipment to the US
Following the reopening of the US market for beef, Argentina’s Government of Agribusiness has revealed it has made its first transit over to the US. According to the organisation, Argentina shipped around 500kg of beef to Miami, Florida just 15 days after resuming beef trade with the US.
23 Condors Killed by Poison in Argentina
At least 23 Andean Condors (Vulture gryphus) have been poisoned in the Patagonia region of Argentina. The remains were found by locals who subsequently alerted the authorities. Necropsies conducted revealed that the birds had died after ingesting a concentrated organophosphate pesticide. Although th
Kristine Tompkins celebrates new Argentina marine parks
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — American conservationist Kristine Tompkins said Thursday that the creation of Argentina’s first marine national parks is a milestone that gets it close to meeting its U.N. recommended goal for 2020.
Argentina facing big decision ahead of Copa America
Manuel Veth – Argentina put forward a meek performance at the 2018 World Cup, barely edging out of the group stage before being eliminated by France in the round of 16. Their failure resulted in the departure of manager Jorge Sampaoli at the end of the competition, with Lionel Scaloni tasked with ta
Falcon Initiates Exploration on Gold, Silver and Copper Concessions, La Rioja, Argentina
Falcon Gold Corp. (TSXV:FG) (“Falcon” or the “Company”) reports it has completed its 2018 exploration program on the Esperanza Resources S.A. (“ERSA”) mineral concessions located in La Rioja Province, Argentina.
Argentina's economic program yielding results: IMF
Argentina's economic program, including tough budget cuts, is yielding results and stabilizing financial markets, an International Monetary Fund spokesman said Thursday. The key now is to press ahead with the reform policies to return to growth, IMF spokesman Gerry Rice told reporters.
Hush Bistro closes in Huntington
Hush Bistro in Huntington shut its doors abruptly on Monday, bringing to a close a four-year saga of shifting locations and personnel. Marc Bynum, who opened the original Hush Bistro in Farmingdale, left the Huntington restaurant in June.
Men’s Hockey World Cup: England score shocking win over Argentina
BHUBANESWAR, India: England stunned Olympic champions Argentina 3-2 yesterday to book their place in the semi-finals of the 14th Men’s Hockey World Cup. In the other quarter-final, two-time defending champions Australia defeated France 3-0.
Gran Meli� Iguazu Hotel Opens in Argentina
Meliá Hotels International has officially opened the Gran Meliá Iguazu, the only hotel on the Argentine side of Iguazu National Park, considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Iguazu Falls are 23 kilometres from the mouth of the Iguazu river and c
Verdict expected in Ford 'Dirty War' trial in Argentina
A verdict is expected Tuesday in the trial of two former Ford Motor Company executives in Argentina who are accused of participating in the military dictatorship's "dirty war" against leftist dissent.
Mothers of Argentina's Disappeared March to Keep Memory Alive
"Do not give up, do not negotiate, do not be silent, do not forgive, do not forget, and always fight" —the slogan for mobilizing Argentine human rights defenders. The Mothers and Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo gather Thursday for the "March of the Resistance" in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They march fo
Argentina creates two new marine parks to protect penguins, sea lions
Argentina has officially created two large marine protected areas: the Yaganes Marine National Park, lying off of the country’s southern tip, and the Namuncurá-Burdwood Bank II Marine National Park in the South Atlantic. Together, the two parks cover a total area of about 98,000 square kilometers (3
Clashes Over Trade and Detentions: What China, the U.S. and Canada Are Fighting Over
HONG KONG — The growing tensions over trade between the United States and China temporarily eased after a meeting between President Trump and China’s top leader, Xi Jinping, earlier this month. But at the same time distrust between the two countries, and now Canada, has escalated over the detentions
Argentina Anti-caking Market Driving Factors| Industry Analysis| Investment Feasibility and Trends| Outlook 2018-2023
Argentina Anti-caking market Report speaks about the Market analysis. The process is analyzed thoroughly with respect three points, viz. Types, Application and Manufacturers with associated Cost Analysis (material cost, labour cost, etc.) and market size.
Argentina’s #MeToo Moment Has Arrived
Countless women are finally sharing their own stories as a famous actor stands accused of raping an underage co-star. Alongside Spain and Mexico, Argentina is one of the most important producers of entertainment media in the Spanish-speaking world, and certainly the most important in South America.
Argentina and Venezuela Bitcoin Purchases Skyrocket amid Crypto Market Collapse
The Bitcoin trading volumes in Venezuela have recently surged and set new records, as shown by data from LocalBitcoins, a P-2-P crypto trading platform. Moreover, the statics reveal a rapid increase of the exchange's trading volume in other South American countries like Argentina and Peru.
Argentina: Seed of first PVY resistant potato will go on sale next year
After 20 years of biotechnological research, the seed of the first potato that is resistant to the PVY virus in Argentina will go on sale next year. Its productive and economic benefits are estimated at 45 million dollars per year in the Argentine market alone.
San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum’s ‘Roots Series’ celebrates Argentina
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – For the sixth consecutive year, San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum’s “Roots Series” celebrates the cultural roots of San Diego County and features a different country every other month.
Argentina foreign minister visits Qatar to drum up trade
Doha (AFP) - Argentina's foreign minister said Wednesday his crisis-ridden country desperately needed international investment, as he began a two-day visit to one of the world's richest nations, Qatar.