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Argentina cabinet rebellion flares as VP slams fiscal failures

21:50 - Argentina's center-left President Alberto Fernandez was battling a spreading cabinet rebellion on Thursday, which was sharpened by criticism from his powerful Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
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Argentina sends energy bill to Congress to boost Vaca Muerta

15:41 - Argentina's government sent a bill to Congress on Wednesday to promote hydrocarbon investment, in a bid to increase domestic production in the huge Vaca Muerta shale formation and beyond, as well as to boost oil and gas exports.
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Brazil's Bolsonaro says striking truckers to stand down on Sunday

21:51 - Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday that allied truckers protesting on highways across the country had agreed to stand down on Sunday, a move that could bring significant relief to global commodity markets.
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Argentine farmers vow protest over beef export cap, still planning details

17:52 - Argentina's main farm associations said on Thursday that they plan collective action to protest against the extension of government limits on beef exports, although the timeframe and scope of the actions were still under discussion.
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Uruguay advances free trade talks with China, aims to be Mercosur 'gateway'

20:09 - Uruguay's government is pushing ahead with free trade talks with China, hoping the small South American nation can became a "gateway" for the regional Mercosur bloc in negotiations with the Asian powerhouse.
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Chilean health regulator approves CoronaVac use among children over age 6

15:16 - The Chilean health regulator on Monday approved the COVID-19 vaccine produced by China's Sinovac Biotech Ltd (SVA.O) for use in children over 6 years of age, allowing more people to be included in the country's rapid inoculation campaign.
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Chilean president defends territorial claim in spat with Argentina

18:24 - Chile on Friday reasserted its claim to undersea territory off its southern coast in a dispute with Argentina, which has said Santiago's move violates international treaties.
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Biden orders declassification reviews of documents related to Sept. 11 attacks

16:14 - U.S. President Joe Biden on Friday ordered reviews of the potential declassification of documents from the FBI's investigation into the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.
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Israel opposes Biden plan to reopen U.S. Palestinian mission in Jerusalem

15:42 - Israel said on Wednesday that a U.S. plan to reopen its consulate in Jerusalem that has traditionally been a base for diplomatic outreach to Palestinians is a "bad idea" and could destabilise Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's new government.
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COVID vaccine protection wanes within six months - UK researchers

14:10 - Protection against COVID-19 offered by two doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech and the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccines begins to fade within six months, underscoring the need for booster shots, according to researchers in Britain.
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Brazil governors concerned over Bolsonaro support among military police

19:47 - Brazil's state governors are concerned about military police turning out in support of President Jair Bolsonaro in an upcoming march, minutes published on Tuesday showed, as the far-right former army captain continues to sow doubt about next year's presidential election.
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ICC prosecutor urges all sides in Afghanistan to respect humanitarian law

13:45 - The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court on Tuesday called on all parties in the Afghanistan conflict to respect humanitarian law.
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Mexico talks border, migration with U.S.; hails progress

20:07 - Mexico and the United States made progress in bilateral cooperation on Tuesday after talks that were intended to focus on stemming illegal immigration and reopening their shared border, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said.
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U.S. will not lift travel restrictions, citing Delta variant, White House says

16:09 - The United States will not lift any existing travel restrictions "at this point" due to concerns over the highly transmissible COVID-19 Delta variant and the rising number of U.S. coronavirus cases, the White House confirmed on Monday.
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Delta variant behind more than 80% of U.S. cases; vaccines still highly effective -Fauci

15:55 - The Delta variant of the coronavirus is the cause of more than 80% of new U.S. COVID-19 cases, but the authorized vaccines remain more than 90% effective in preventing hospitalizations and deaths, said top U.S. infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci during U.S. Senate hearing on Tuesday.
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New Argentina biodiesel law to weigh on international soyoil prices -industry

14:40 - Argentine soyoil exports will likely rise, driving down prices internationally, due to a new law cutting the amount of soyoil-based biodiesel blended into common diesel fuel sold domestically, industry officials said on Monday.
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Biden says U.S. prepared to send vaccines to Cuba but not ease policy on remittances

15/07 U.S. President Joe Biden said on Thursday the United States is prepared to send vaccines to Cuba if it is assured an international organization would administer them but he is not considering easing U.S. policy around sending remittances to the country.
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Venezuela announces terrorism charges against Guaido ally after highway arrest

21:08 - Venezuelan prosecutors on Monday said they had charged opposition politician Freddy Guevara with terrorism and treason, among other allegations, after the country's intelligence service arrested him from his car on a Caracas highway.
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Cuba arrests activists as government blames unrest on U.S. interference

20:40 - Cuba blamed historic protests that took place over the weekend on U.S. "economic asphyxiation" and detained some of the highest profile activists, while the Biden administration said it supported the Cuban people's right to demonstrate.
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Biden says Afghans must decide own future; U.S. to leave on Aug. 31

20:08 - President Joe Biden on Thursday strongly defended his decision to pull U.S. military forces out of Afghanistan, saying the Afghan people must decide their own future, rather than sacrificing another generation of Americans in an unwinnable war. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino