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Who said what at Davos 2020

24/01 - 11:10 - U.S. President Donald Trump compared Tesla CEO Elon Musk to Thomas Edison. Activist Greta Thunberg reiterated her message about the urgency of the climate crisis. Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore compared the climate crisis to historic events like 9/11.
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Guatemala cancels leader's meeting with Trump as court mulls "safe third country" status for asylum seekers

A meeting in Washington between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Guatemalan counterpart Jimmy Morales purportedly over a potential "safe third country" agreement for asylum seekers has been canceled, Guatemala's office of the presidency said Sunday.
Economía CBS News - Estados Unidos Organismos Internacionales Camilo Montoya-Galvez

IMF chief Christine Lagarde sees "no signs" of U.S. recession "in the near term"

Christine Lagarde, managing director and chairwoman of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), said she sees no indications the American economy is heading towards a recession in the near future, despite a recent stock market slump and slower job growth.
Sr. Canciller CBS News - Estados Unidos Relaciones Exteriores Tzippe Barrow

Palestinian Soccer Head to Appeal FIFA's Ban for Inciting 'Hatred and Violence'

Jabril Rajoub, head of the Palestine Football Association, says he'll appeal FIFA's one-year ban for his incitement against Argentina's star soccer player, Lionel Messi.
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Venezuela's inflation on track to top 1 million percent, IMF says

23/07/18 - 20:22 - Economists say inflation in Venezuela could top an astounding 1 million percent by year's end as the country's historic crisis deepens. The International Monetary Fund predicted the decline Monday.
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Rate of Antarctica's ice melting has tripled since 2012, study finds

13/06/2018 18:26 - The rate at which ice is melting on Antarctica has tripled in recent years, according to a study published Wednesday in Nature, a scientific journal. Coastal communities along the U.S. could feel the impact of a continued increase as melting ice adds to sea level rise, say experts. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino