Daily Mail - Reino Unido
02/06/2020Política Daily Mail - Reino Unido Salud Natalie Rahhal
Fauci is 'optimistic' Moderna's coronavirus vaccine will work - despite criticism that early trials were 'over-hyped' to pad the pockets of execs
21:13 - Dr Anthony Fauci said Tuesday that he is 'cautiously optimistic' that the US will have an effective coronavirus vaccine 'within a reasonable period of time'. Speaking at a Wall Street Journal Tech Health Conference, Fauci said his chief concern is that it's not clear how long vaccine protection will last. At least 124 vaccine candidates are being developed worldwide. Fauci expressed particular optimism about the Moderna vaccine that the NIH is helping to develop. Moderna's vaccine showed promising early results last week, but the economic and medical experts have criticised the data as 'over-hyped'.
01/06/2020Política Daily Mail - Reino Unido Política Internacional
Boris Johnson agrees to go to G7 summit in person in phone call with Donald Trump as two leaders discuss post-Brexit trade deal
29/05 - 20:29 - Both leaders agreed it was important for the summit to meet in person if possible. The annual gathering was due to take place in the US in the coming weeks. The two world leaders also discussed a comprehensive free trade agreement.
05/05/2020Economía Daily Mail - Reino Unido Economía Internacional Ryan Fahey
'Please spend the money on your most vulnerable’: Head of the IMF urges countries that have begged for financial aid to use it on doctors and nurses and those who need it most
14:42 - IMF boss Kristalina Georgieva told nations to spend the cash on those in need. $215million has already been made available to 25 impoverished countries. Vast majority are in Africa with the addition of war torn Afghanistan and Yemen. 102 countries have applied to the IMF for debt relief amid the coronavirus crisis.
13/04/2020Cancillería Daily Mail - Reino Unido Malvinas
Argentina includes coronavirus cases from the Falklands with its own figures because islands are part of its 'national territory'
Argentina is including cases of coronavirus in the Falkland Islands' as its own.
26/03/2020Sociedad Daily Mail - Reino Unido Salud Emily Crane
US now has the most coronavirus cases in the world with 81,000 infections and more than 1,000 deaths
19:00 - As researchers warn death toll could reach 80,000 even if everyone adheres to social distancing. New figures released on Thursday show that the US has overtaken China and Italy with the number of confirmed cases. Italy is still the hardest hit country in terms of deaths with more than 8,000. China as recorded more than 3,000 deaths from the coronavirus pandemic. The number of coronavirus infections have now topped a half-million worldwide. The World Health Organization this week predicted a grim outlook for the US, saying that the country would quickly become the global epicenter of the pandemic.
30/09/2019Política Daily Mail - Reino Unido Politica Latinoamericana
Pope Francis on Sunday scolded countries that produce weapons for wars fought elsewhere and then refuse to take in refugees fleeing the very same conflicts.
30/07/2019Economía Daily Mail - Reino Unido Economía Regional Rodrigo Campos
A sharp decline in International Monetary Fund estimates for Latin American economic growth in 2019 largely resulted from "temporary factors" including adverse weather, while policy uncertainty in the largest economies also weighed.
10/07/2019Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Mercosur Aoife-Grace Moore
Hundreds of farmers descended on Dublin on Tuesday urging the Government not to “sell them out”. Twenty nine Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) county executives from across Ireland visited the city’s Davenport Hotel fora two-hour conference to “intensively lobby” politicians against the EU Commission’s Mercosur trade deal. The European Commission agreed the deal last month, after two decades of negotiations and despite strong opposition from Italian, Spanish, French, Irish and Polish livestock sectors.
13/05/2019Cancillería Daily Mail - Reino Unido Organismos Internacionales
The final preparatory meeting for next year's review of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty ended Friday with deep divisions, and U.S. Ambassador Robert Wood said reaching agreement at the 2020 conference "will be an incredibly difficult task."
03/05/2019Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Política
Activist groups are calling on Pope Francis to guaranteethe implementation of the Vatican's "zero tolerance" for sexual abuses by clergy in Argentina, where they say the policy has not been carried out
17/04/2019Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Política Nicolás Misculin
Argentine presidential hopeful Sergio Massa would renegotiate the country's unpopular financing deal with the International Monetary Fund if he wins office later this year, the former congressman told reporters on Tuesday.
12/04/2019Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Economía LUIS ALONSO LUGO
11/04 - 13:11 - The International Monetary Fund on Thursday urged candidates in Argentina to carry on with the IMF-supported economic program after October's presidential elections.
05/04/2019Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Derechos Humanos Associated Press
Bonnie and Daniel Loedel walked into a mausoleum with an urn holding the bone remains of their sister Isabel, who had been unidentified for four decades after being forcibly disappeared during Argentina's military dictatorship.
29/01/2019Política Daily Mail - Reino Unido Política Internacional
EU Parliament committee to propose visa-free travel for Britons after Brexit. This would be regardless of whether there is deal in place or not by March 29
29/01/2019Economía Daily Mail - Reino Unido Economía Internacional
Trump promotes steel tariffs as 'A BIG WIN FOR THE U.S.' as World Trade Organization opens an investigation into his trade war with China
28/01 - 18:02 - President Trump defended his steel tariffs as a 'big win' for the United States. The World Trade Organization formally opened an investigation into his trade war with China, possibly prompting the president's declaration. 'We have not only saved this important industry, but created many jobs. Also, billions paid to our treasury. A BIG WIN FOR U.S.' he said. A Chinese delegation is coming to Washington this week to try to make a deal.
21/01/2019Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Política
Vatican 'knew paedophile Argentine bishop who Pope Francis treated as his 'spiritual son' had taken naked selfies and performed sex acts in public'
* Argentinian bishop allegedly took nude selfies and performed sex acts in public * The Vatican received information in 2015 and 2017 about Gustavo Zanchetta * Received complaints about bishops poor behaviour and abuse of his power * Pope Francis accepted Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta's resignation in August 2017 * Zanchetta thought to be a 'spiritual son' of Pope Francis, say former colleagues
08/01/2019Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Seguridad Sara Malm
Swedish tourist loses his LEG after being shot in the knee by robber who tried to steal his phone in Argentina
- Christoffer Persson, 36, and girlfriend, Maria Izzo, mugged in Buenos Aires - Robber jumped out of a car and ran up to them, demanding their phones - Mr Persson tried to put up a fight but the robber shot him in the knee - Doctors were forced to amputate his leg to save his life
21/12/2018Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Economía Gabriel Burin
BUENOS AIRES, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Argentina's economy is ending a year of "endless storms," in the words of President Mauricio Macri. The storms included a severe drought, the ripple effects of the U.S. Federal Reserve's rate hikes, the crash of the country's peso currency, and policy missteps.
18/12/2018Argentina Daily Mail - Reino Unido Medio Ambiente
A major group of indigenous people living in Argentine Patagonia are taking some of the world's biggest oil and gas multinationals to court for "environmental contamination," Greenpeace said on Monday.
17/12/2018Política Daily Mail - Reino Unido Política Económica David Lawder
The United States has welcomed Chinese concessions since the two declared a trade war truce in early December, but trade experts and people familiar with negotiations say Beijing needs to do far more to meet U.S. demands for long-term change in how China does business.