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12/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política

Faith leaders and Texas Democrats march to US Capitol to demand voting protections

19:33 - A group of Democratic Texas legislators marched with faith leaders from the Supreme Court building to the U.S. Capitol on Thursday morning (Aug. 12) to deliver letters demanding change for millions of people impacted by poverty and voting disenfranchisement.
12/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política

Newspaper goes online only as Nicaragua withholds newsprint

16:50 - Nicaragua’s storied La Prensa newspaper said Thursday it will suspend its print edition after the government once again withheld newsprint paper at customs.
12/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Simeon Tegel

Chaotic start to Castillo’s presidency leaves Peruvians wondering who’s in charge

The chaos has sounded the starting gun on an existential battle between the executive and an antagonistic, conservative-dominated legislature, with increasing talk of either the impeachment of the president or the dissolution of congress.
12/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Medio Ambiente Robyn Dixon

Siberia’s wildfires are bigger than all the world’s other blazes combined

The fires raging in Siberia are bigger than fires in Greece, Turkey, Italy, the United States and Canada combined, with analysts warning that this year could surpass Russia’s worst fire year, 2012, according to Yaroshenko.
11/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana ISHAAN THAROOR

Brazil’s Bolsonaro follows the Trump playbook

Bolsonaro, who is slumping in the polls ahead of next year’s presidential vote, is essentially reading from Trump’s playbook.
11/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Rick Noack

So much for ‘post-pandemic’ travel. E.U. weighs restrictions on American tourists, while U.S. says avoid Europe.

The summer started on a hopeful note. Coronavirus cases were falling, and inoculation rates were rising on both sides of the Atlantic. The European Union moved to lift its restrictions on travel from the United States, and newly vaccinated tourists eagerly embarked on their first “post-pandemic” trips.
11/08/2021
Economía The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Internacional Rachel Siegel

Prices rise 5.4 percent in July over last year as the economy claws back from pandemic depths

The Fed and White House predict prices will continue to climb as consumer demand surges before supply chains can catch up
10/08/2021
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Economía Estefanía Pozzo

Opinión: Crisis económica en Argentina: el problema no es solo la inflación, también los salarios

El fenómeno de los trabajadores pobres no es solo de la Argentina. La Organización Internacional del Trabajo ya alertó sobre esta situación en un documento de 2019.
10/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Edith M. Lederer

US and China clash at UN over South China Sea disputes

The United States and China clashed over Beijing’s actions in the South China Sea at a high-level U.N. Security Council meeting on maritime security Monday that also put a spotlight on attacks on ships in the Persian Gulf, piracy in the Gulf of Guinea, and drug and human trafficking in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Ocean.
09/08/2021
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política

Biden taps major donors for Argentina and Switzerland envoys

06/08 President Joe Biden is nominating two major Democratic donors to serve as ambassadors to Argentina and Switzerland.
09/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Politica Latinoamericana Shawn Boburg

In Haiti, a clouded assassination probe prompts fears of political crackdowns

Nearly a month after the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse, none of the dozens of detained suspects have been taken to court. Some of the judges and clerks involved in investigating the killing have gone into hiding, fearing for their lives and claiming they faced pressure to tamper with reports.
06/08/2021
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Alvaro Gribel

Na economia, postura de Bolsonaro levará a mais juros, inflação e menos crescimento

19:59 - As brigas institucionais provocadas pelo presidente Jair Bolsonaro levarão a economia à desaceleração no que vem, com aumento do dólar, dos juros, e também da inflação.
06/08/2021
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Medio Ambiente

Drought hits South America river, threatening vast ecosystem

14:02 - The Paraná River, one of the main commercial waterways in South America, has reached its lowest level in nearly 80 years due to a prolonged drought in Brazil that scientists attribute to climate change.
04/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política

WHO calls for moratorium on booster vaccine shots through September, citing global disparity

17:27 - The World Health Organization on Wednesday called for a halt on booster shots of coronavirus vaccines through at least September, as poorer countries struggle to access doses, even for high-risk populations such as health-care workers and the elderly.
04/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Miriam Berger

Why Biden’s push to share vaccines with the world could be ‘too little, too late’

The United States has sent more than 110 million doses of coronavirus vaccines to 65 countries, President Biden said Tuesday, putting the country ahead of all others on vaccine donations and “proving that democracies can deliver.”
03/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política

Germany, France and U.K. prepare for covid vaccine boosters starting in September

15:25 - European nations have been among the most successful in the world at getting their residents vaccinated against the novel coronavirus. Now, some will be among the first to dole out booster shots.
03/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Rebecca Tan

New restrictions sweep China as officials race to contain delta outbreak

Faced with a rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak, China is implementing a wave of travel restrictions and quarantine orders, the scale of which has not been seen since the country’s initial explosion of cases from Wuhan last year.
02/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política

ACLU and Biden administration to face off over migrant family expulsions

21:39 - The Biden administration and the American Civil Liberties Union said Monday they have reached an “impasse” over the expulsions of migrant families from the southwest border, and are returning to federal court to ask a judge to rule on the issue.
02/08/2021
Política The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política Internacional Susannah George

Taliban advances into major Afghan cities for first time in two decades

The Taliban is ramping up pressure on some of Afghanistan’s largest cities, striking busy transit hubs and pushing front lines deep into urban areas for the first time since the militants were overthrown nearly two decades ago.
30/07/2021
Argentina The Washington Post - Estados Unidos Política

Pink lagoon has Argentine environmentalists seeing red

15:10 - A bright pink lagoon is setting off red alarms for environmentalists in southern Argentina.
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