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Safilo Group Inks Distribution Agreement in Paraguay
MILAN - Safilo Group has inked an exclusive distribution agreement for the Paraguayan market with local eyewear company Cepal, established in 1981. As part of the partnership, Cepal will distribute Safilo's eyewear collections, designed and manufactured for a range of labels, including Dior, Fendi,
Palm Springs Film Review: 'The Gold Seekers'
After turning heads with the resourcefulness and high energy of their 2012 "7 Boxes," Paraguayan duo Juan Carlos Maneglia and Tana Schembori expand their antic caper-film template in "The Gold Seekers," to results that are not only bigger and more polished, but even more of a good-natured delight. "
Argentines try to understand why the pope won't return home
Pope Francis has flown over the massive Andes cordillera, visited the poor in several slums and rubbed shoulders with presidents in six visits to Latin America. But in five years as pope, he has never returned home to Argentina. Resigned to that reality, tens of thousands of Argentines traveled to
The Vatican reveals its first-ever Venice Architecture Biennale pavilion
This year for the first time, the Vatican will participate in the Venice Architecture Biennale. The Catholic Church's country-within-a-city tapped Italian curator and architecture historian Francesco Dal Co to select ten architects from ten countries to design ten chapels for the pavilion. The chape
In 2018, Chavismo's Time May Finally Run Out
U.S. policy toward Venezuela is changing - and so are political dynamics in Latin America. A pro-government activist holds a portrait of late Venezuelan President Hugo Chvez, during a demonstration on Aug. 14, 2017. (Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images) Venezuelan President Nicols Maduro's embattled
Orlando signs Paraguay midfielder Colman as Kaka replacement
The Lions have inked the 19-year-old playmaker to a five-year contract to fill the void left by the Brazilian star's retirement Orlando City has signed Paraguay youth international Josue Colman to a five-year deal, the club announced Monday. The 19-year-old playmaker, who has signed a big-money "y
Latin America's Left Prepares for Six Election Battles
EspanolIn 2018, at least six Latin American countries will have elections: Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Venezuela, Costa Rica and Paraguay. Given the economic and political importance of these countries for the region, the PanAm Post will tell you who the main enemies of freedom are in each of the elec
Indigenous women are 'seed guardians' in Latin America hunger fight, says U.N.
TEPIC, Mexico (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Indigenous women in Latin America must be at the center of efforts to adapt agriculture to deal with the threat of climate change and help tackle hunger and poverty, said a top U.N. food official. Jose Graziano da Silva, head of the Food and Agriculture
As Pope Francis Heads to Chile and Peru, Argentina Feels Snubbed, Again
Nuns praying in the Basilica of San Jose de Flores this week in Buenos Aires, in the neighborhood where Pope Francis was born.Credit Anibal Adrian Greco for The New York Times BUENOS AIRES - It was a sweltering afternoon at the rundown central bus station in Argentina's capital, but Amelia Cartes N
South Americans vie for two tickets to France
Ecuador is all set to host the eighth edition of the South American U-20 Women's Championship, where ten nations will be competing for two berths at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup France 2018. The tournament in brief: When: 13-31 JanuaryWhere: The Ecuadorian cities of Riobamba, Ibarra and AmbatoWh
Argentine faithful flock to Chile as Pope avoids homecoming
BUENOS AIRES/SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Argentines will cross into Chile next week to see Buenos Aires-born Pope Francis, who has yet to return home despite visiting much of Latin America since his election nearly five years ago. Some 40,000 young Argentines are heading to one of thr
Paraguay's giant lily pads are back for the first time in a decade, revealing a forgotten country in bloom
It is very rare that a travel news story involving Paraguay pops up on the radar. Here, after all, is a country which few tourists ever see. There it sits, tucked between its neighbours Brazil, Argentina and Bolivia - its location on the map overshadowed by all of them. It is, without criticism, one
Enhesa Announces the Increase in Global Jurisdiction Coverage to 286 in 2018, and Celebrates Being Named to CIO Review's 20 Most Promising Compliance Technology Solution Providers
Brussels, Belgium, Jan. 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Enhesa, the leading global content provider focused on environmental, health and safety (EHS) regulatory compliance assurance support to industries worldwide, just announced the increase in global jurisdiction coverage for 2018 to reach up to 286.
Top 20 forest stories of 2017
1. Rebel road expansion brings deforestation to remote Colombian Amazon With the demobilization of Colombia's FARC militant group, the country is expanding agriculture and infrastructure in places in the country once too dangerous to develop. One of these areas is a stretch of rainforest in the Colo
The Post , The Last Movie Star Open, Close Palm Springs Film Fest
Director Steven Spielberg's The Post will open the 29th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Jan. 4, while The Last Movie Star, directed by Adam Rifkin, will close the festival Jan. 14. The festival will screen 180 films from 77 countries, including 39 premieres (4 World, 12 North America
Global Electronic Health Record Market 2017-2027
On-premise based EHR, Web-based EHR, Cloud-based EHR, Hospitals, Ambulatory Care Centres, Home Healthcare Agencies, Nursing Homes, Assisted Living Facilities, Diagnostic and Imaging Centres, Pharmacies The global electronic health record market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.6% from 2017 to 202
Same-Sex Marriage: Global Comparisons
Same-sex marriage has been legalized in two dozen countries, including the United States, and civil unions are recognized in many Western democracies. Yet same-sex marriage remains banned in many countries, and the expansion of broader lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights has been un
World Cup Touchline: The story of qualification
World Cup qualifying will take you places. It'll take you places, man. And the best part about it is that you never quite know where. It'll take you to the banks of the Mediterranean, to the East Asian meccas, to the Himalayas, Rockies and Andes. To the equator and the edge of the Arctic, to the mid
Italy Bans All Animal Circus Acts
Italy, with one of the biggest circus industries in the world, has voted to phase out ALL animals in circuses and traveling shows following a vote in the Assembly of the Parliament. Rules for implementation of the new legislation to phase out all animals in circuses will be set out within one year b
Saratoga gift shop rooted in fair trade
Shoppers don't have to choose between good taste and good practices. That's what Kim Andersen, owner of Mango Tree Imports in Saratoga Springs, wants people to know, especially as the holiday shopping season ramps up. Andersen operates the global fair trade gift shop, located in the Saratoga Marketp