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12/10/2021
Argentina The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Daniel Politi

Court in Argentina Dismisses Charges Against Kirchner in Bombing Case

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, now the vice president, had been accused of conspiring with Iran to thwart an investigation into a 1994 attack on a Jewish center in Buenos Aires.
12/10/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Liz Alderman

Clear Differences Remain Between France and U.S., French Minister Says

Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said the two countries remained at odds over China and various security issues, despite effective cooperation on overhauling the international tax system
12/10/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Jane Arraf

In Iraq Election, Shiite Cleric Who Fought U.S. Strengthens Power

Results showed the party of Muqtada al-Sadr making the biggest gains in a vote that could help shape Iraq’s direction and its relationship with both the United States and Iran.
07/10/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Salud Daniel Politi

With rich countries paying more for vaccines, the supply for Latin America is falling short, the W.H.O. says.

The U.N.-backed vaccine program will fail to meet its target for delivering doses to Latin America and the Caribbean this year, in part because wealthy countries that pay more for the shots are buying up most of the supply, a World Health Organization official said Wednesday.
07/10/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Julian E. Barnes

C.I.A. Reorganization to Place New Focus on China

The agency will create two new mission centers, one focused on China, the other focused on emerging technology, climate change and global health.
07/10/2021
Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Paul Mozur

The End of a ‘Gilded Age’: China Is Bringing Business to Heel

5/10 - Executives sit in jail, tech companies are being reined in and the biggest developer is teetering. It’s the beginning of a new era for China’s economy
06/10/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Mark Landler

Boris Johnson Pledges Transformed Economy for U.K.

The prime minister sketched a vision of Britain on the cusp of change, but barely mentioned the spate of fuel and food shortages that have afflicted the country in recent weeks.
06/10/2021
Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Li Yuan

Why Wall Street Cheers China, Despite Growing Business Unease

Beijing is opening its financial system to foreign banks — and they have maintained their traditional openness to the Communist Party’s rule
06/10/2021
Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Jim Tankersley

As the debt default looms, the White House warns of financial crisis

“A default would send shock waves through global financial markets and would likely cause credit markets worldwide to freeze up and stock markets to plunge,” officials at the White House Council of Economic Advisers warned. “Employers around the world would likely have to begin laying off workers.” The potential for an ensuing global recession, they wrote, could be worse than the 2008 financial crisis, because it would come as countries continue to struggle to escape the coronavirus pandemic.
05/10/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana

DESAPARECIDOS

Casi 100.000 personas han desaparecido en México. Ahora, sus familias buscan pistas entre los muertos.
05/10/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Jonathan Weismann

As the U.S. Hurtles Toward a Debt Crisis, What Does McConnell Want?

Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader, has a long record of tying debt ceiling increases to policy demands. But with a catastrophic default two weeks away, he has yet to make any.
05/10/2021
Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Energía Clifford Krauss

Energy Prices Spike as Producers Worry Over Pandemic and Climate

Even as more costly fuel poses political risks for President Biden, oil companies and OPEC are not eager to produce more because they worry prices will drop
04/10/2021
Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Ana Swanson

U.S. Signals Little Thaw in Trade Relations With China

The Biden administration said it would not immediately remove the Trump administration’s tariffs and would require that Beijing uphold its trade commitments.
01/10/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política

Europe’s Social Democrats Show Signs of Life, but France Poses a Roadblock

12:18 - Center-left parties have won a string of victories, capped by Olaf Scholz’s win in Germany. Yet, France’s struggling Socialists threaten hopes for a broader social democratic revival.
01/10/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política Choe Sang-Hun

North Korea Sends Confusing Signals: Dialogue or Tension?

10:11 - This is not the first time the North has launched missiles or otherwise shown off its arsenal while suggesting that it was open to talks.
01/10/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Salud Monika Pronczuk

E.U. nations risk a new virus surge if they ease restrictions now, health officials warn.

There is a high risk of a surge in new coronavirus cases and deaths in European countries with insufficient vaccination coverage if they relax Covid-19 restrictions in the next few weeks, according to a new report by the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control.
30/09/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Organismos Regionales Daniel Politi

A regional health agency is buying millions of vaccines for Latin America.

The Pan American Health Organization has struck a deal with the Chinese manufacturer Sinovac to buy millions of Covid-19 vaccines for countries in Latin America and the Caribbean as part of an effort to make more shots available in a region where access has been highly unequal.
30/09/2021
Economía The New York Times - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Jeanna Smialek

The world’s top central bankers see supply chain problems prolonging inflation.

The world’s top central bankers acknowledged that inflation, which has spiked higher across many advanced economies this year, could remain elevated for some time — and that though they still expect it to fade as pandemic-related supply disruptions calm, they are carefully watching to make sure that hot price pressures do not become more permanent.
29/09/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política

Talk of Iraq Recognizing Israel Prompts Threats of Arrest or Death

18:53 - A conference promoting normalization, organized by a little-known American group, prompted a furor, pointing to the volatility and danger in Iraqi politics.
29/09/2021
Política The New York Times - Estados Unidos Política

Milley, Austin and McKenzie Face House Panel, a Day After Senate Testimony

15:39 - The three top U.S. defense officials have a second day of congressional testimony on Wednesday, this time in front of the House Armed Services Committee.
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