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    (CNN Español) — ¿Qué significa que el mundo como lo conocemos vaya a desaparecer si no limitamos el aumento de la temperatura global? Estas fotografías lo explican. Una serie de imágenes impactantes publicadas este martes permite visualizar cómo se verán ciudades de todo el mundo, incluidas varias de América Latina, si no se limita el aumento de las temperaturas a 1,5 grados por encima de los niveles preindustriales. Producto del calentamiento global, el nivel del mar ha aumentado de manera constante y seguirá haciéndolo durante décadas, según los científicos. Por lo tanto la pregunta ya no es si el mar avanzará sobre la costa, sino cuánto avanzará. Y la respuesta depende de cuánto aumente la temperatura del planeta. Cómo América Latina (también) tiene la clave para combatir la crisis climática La organización sin fines de lucro Climate Central publicó un estudio que muestra que 50 grandes ciudades ubicadas sobre la costa van a tener que aplicar medidas “sin precedentes” para adaptarse al aumento del mar y evitar que este se trague las zonas más pobladas. Pero además nos permite visualizar...
    (CNN Español) — El ministro del Interior de Argentina, Eduardo “Wado” de Pedro, puso este miércoles su renuncia a disposición del presidente Alberto Fernández. “Escuchando sus palabras del domingo por la noche donde planteó la necesidad de interpretar el veredicto que ha expresado el pueblo argentino, he considerado que la mejor manera de colaborar con esa tarea es poniendo mi renuncia a su disposición”, escribió en una carta dirigida a Fernández y que su equipo envió a CNN. (Créditi: JUAN MABROMATA/AFP via Getty Images) Este domingo se realizaron en Argentina las elecciones primarias abiertas simultáneas y obligatorias (PASO), previas a los comicios legislativos del próximo 14 de noviembre, con un resultado adverso para el gobernante Frente de Todos, que cayó en la mayoría de las provincias, incluidas las más grandes. Elecciones en Argentina: el gobierno sufre duro traspié en las primarias ¿Es viable un cambio en el gabinete argentino? 1:42 Según los datos oficiales, Juntos por el Cambio, la principal fuerza opositora, se impuso en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires y en las provincias de Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Santa Fe...
    ARGENTINE star Nahuel Zarate has been jailed for five years after killing two men in a car smash. The Buenos Aires-born left-back began his career with hometown giants Boca Juniors. 2Former Boca Juniors ace Nahuel Zarate (left) has been jailed for five years after a car crashCredit: Golder’s News & Sport Ltd 2Two men died in the 2018 smash, and Zarate has also been given a ten-year driving banCredit: Golder’s News & Sport Ltd Zarate, 28, is currently with third-tier club CA Guemes.  He played in their 2-0 weekend home loss to Independiente Rivadavia. But a court in Buenos Aires has now found him guilty of involuntary manslaughter following a collision in 2018. The judge sentenced the player to be locked up until 2026. Zarate plans to appeal. He has also been handed a ten-year ban from driving. Monday's trial heard the footballer was over the drink-drive limit, using his mobile phone and doing 118mph when he ploughed into the back of a taxi. Most read in FootballLive BlogUNITED NEWS Ronaldo to get No 7 shirt, Dan James SIGNS Leeds...
    By Juan Bustamante, Miguel Lo Bianco and Claudia Martini | Reuters A neighborhood rivalry in an upscale residential area of Buenos Aires has broken out between the area’s human residents and Argentina’s native capybaras. Hundreds of capybaras are invading lawns and gardens in the wealthy suburb of Nordelta, Tigre, in Buenos Aires Province. The capital’s growing urbanization has seen homes built on this area, which was once wetlands for local wildlife. The capybara – which can be found across South America and is the world’s largest rodent, measuring up to 1.3 meters (4.2 feet) long – is a semiaquatic mammal with a vegetarian diet. Locals say they are not opposed to the capybaras, but want its population to be better managed. “The number of capybaras has increased rapidly,” said Marcelo Canton, a spokesperson for the Nordelta Neighborhood Association. “What can be done to control it? We need to find a way so that the population stops growing. “We want the capybaras to keep living here. We live well with them, we like them, but we don’t think there is enough...
    BRAZIL have DEMANDED Prem clubs release players selected for this week's World cup qualifiers - despite top flight chiefs insisting they will not let them go. Club bosses agreed 'unanimously' last week they would NOT be releasing players to travel to 'red list' countries - including South America and large areas of Africa - because of Covid quarantine regulations. 3Four Argentina internationals have left England to play for their countryCredit: Instagram @cutiromero2 3And now Brazil want their Premier League stars for the upcoming fixturesCredit: AP:Associated Press The laws would require all players returning from affected nations to undergo strict hotel quarantine periods for ten days after their return. But four Argentine stars flew to Buenos Aires on Sunday evening, posting pictures on Instagram of them together on board a flight. Those players were Aston Villa's Emi Martinez and Emi Buendia and Tottenham pair Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso. Argentina are due to play in Venezuela in the early hours of Friday morning - UK time - before travelling to Sao Paulo to play Brazil on Sunday. The newly crowned Copa...
    The Buenos Aires Claudio “Chaíto” Daneff he punished the Buenos Aires man Nicolás “The Titan” De León, by points, in a broad unanimous ruling, after ten rounds, and thus dethroned him from the Argentine lightweight title, in the stellar fight of the evening held on Saturday night at the Rural Society of Coronel Brandsen, province of Buenos Aires, Argentina , in a new production of Argentina Boxing Promotions, from Mario margossian, televised live through TyC Sports and TyC Sports Play in its cycle First Class Boxing. It was a high-paced fight, but always with a broad dominator. Daneff (now 12-2-1, 7 KOs), who was Latin lightweight and super lightweight champion of the World Council of (WBC), overwhelmed De León (13-4, 4 KOs), who only his physical condition allowed him to finish foot. Confident, solid and with authority, the nicknamed “Chaíto” punished the champion harshly. His greater reach, speed and handling of the ring, allowed him to find clear impacts at all times. With fierce combinations of jab, cross, straight and ascent, he made the face of the “Titan” suffer. To...
    (Bloomberg) – The Argentine province of Buenos Aires described as successful its effort to restructure more than US $ 7 billion of foreign debt, which brings it closer to getting out of a 16-month default. Bondholders with more than 90% of the capital of the assets have agreed to exchange their securities for new instruments, the province said in a statement. The offer, which analysts estimate will give investors just over 50 cents on the dollar, will expire at noon on Friday in Buenos Aires. The province and its creditors have been negotiating the bonds for months after the province suspended payments in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, while some investors have filed lawsuits in New York courts. But earlier this month, the largest investor in Buenos Aires, GoldenTree Asset Management, accepted the latest debt proposal presented by the province and urged other creditors to do the same. “It has been 16 long months after the default and a final chapter in the restructuring of Argentina’s sovereign and quasi-sovereign debt,” said Siobhan Morden, director of fixed income for...
    The Argentine middleweight champion, Emiliano Pucheta, from Santa Fe, will risk that title against the undefeated danger from Bahia Gerardo “Tifón” Vergara, in the most attractive stellar fight of the evening to take place this Friday, August 27 at the Paraná Fútbol Club, in San Pedro (Buenos Aires), in another production by Sampson Boxing and Tello Box. The evening, which will also feature the promising Walter Matthysse Jr, Neri Muñoz and León Gavilán, among others, will be broadcast, as usual, by TyC Sports and TyC Sports Play, from 9pm. Pucheta, 25, comes from obtaining the national crown in May of this season beating Cordovan Nicolás Lúque Palacios by unanimous decision, leaving his record at 14-4-0, 4 KOs. Vergara, 27, and sixth-ranked national in super welterweight, is a recent addition to the Sampson / Tello boxing roster, crediting an unbeaten record of 13-0-0, 8 KOs. In one of the main complements, the strong striker from Chubut Walter Matthysse Jr (3-1-0, 2 KO) will face six rounds, at super middleweight, the rocky fighter from Cordoba Carlos “Bisonte” Moyano, while, at The...
    LA PLATA, BUENOS AIRES – OR PROMOTIONS is pleased to announce a new international production, to be held next Saturday, August 21 at the Los Hornos Cultural and Sports Center, city of La Plata, province of Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic, which will be televised from 23:00 (live) for the entire Argentine territory and much of Latin America on the TyC Sports screen, from 21:15 via streaming on TyCSportsPlay.com, through the quintessential cycle: “Boxeo de First”. In the lawsuit that leads the festival, called “THE MOMENT ARRIVED”, the Fedebol WBA belt of the super featherweight category will be at stake, which will defend for the second time the immaculate local credit, Ayrton “Pacman” Giménez (10-0-0-1 SD, 1 KO), his challenger being the solid prospect from Ituzaingó’s match, Nicolás “El Guapo” Herrera (7-2-2, 3 KO). It will be played at a distance of ten rounds of 3 × 1. Due to issues related to Covid-19, the event will not have an audience present. Likewise, the official weigh-in can be enjoyed live this Friday on TyC Sports at 5:45 p.m. on its Sportia...
    Buenos Aires, Aug 17 (.) .- The concessionaires of the two largest access toll highways to Buenos Aires, whose main shareholder is the Spanish group Abertis, rejected on Tuesday the revision that the Argentine government carries out on the process of renegotiation of concession contracts. In notices sent to the Bosa Stock Exchange in Buenos Aires, both Autopistas del Sol (Ausol) and Grupo Concesionario del Oeste (GCO) left “raised the nullity and inadmissibility” of the review process carried out by the Ministry of Public Works of Argentina . The Government of Alberto Fernández put under review the renegotiation agreements of the concession contracts of the North Access, administered by Ausol, and the West Access, under the management of GCO. Both renegotiations were signed in 2018, during the Government of Mauricio Macri (2015-2019), which extended both concessions until 2030. On July 29, both companies had been notified of this administrative review process and of “objections” raised by the Ministry of Public Works “in relation to the legitimacy” of the 2018 agreements. In response to these objections, the companies stated that the...
    08/13/2021 at 7:10 PM CEST . Right-back Gonzalo Montiel, 24, international with Argentina and from Buenos Aires River Plate, has signed a contract for the next five seasons with Sevilla, the Spanish club reported on Friday afternoon. MontielSeville recalls in its statement, that it has developed its football career to date at River Plate and that it has played thirteen games with the Argentine national team, rising last July with the Copa América 2021. The natural footballer of Gonzalez Catán (Province of Buenos Aires) arrived in Seville this Friday to formalize the procedures prior to his announcement as a new player of the team he trains Julen lopetegui. The Argentine defender is Sevilla’s third summer signing, which previously had incorporated his compatriot Erik Lamela, a midfielder from English Tottenham, and the Serbian goalkeeper Marko dmitrovic, which comes from Éibar.
    More On: argentina New Knicks guard makes wild half-court buzzer-beater during Olympic exhibition Mom, wheelchair-bound son among those declared dead in Florida condo collapse To be or not to be ashamed: TV anchor botches report of ‘Shakespeare’ death Kayaker finds otter species thought to be extinct in Argentina BUENOS AIRES, July 28 — In the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, a city famed for its passionate tango dancing and romance, the pandemic is putting a dampener on couples making babies, with birthrates down by a quarter since COVID-19 struck early last year. Claudia Becerra and her boyfriend Agustín Cacciola have long dreamt of having a child, but strict quarantines and economic malaise from the impact of the virus have made them put off their plans. “Uncertainty is the most difficult thing we face,” Cacciola, a 32-year-old lawyer, told Reuters alongside Becerra, an accountant, at their home in the Belgrano neighborhood. He lost his job earlier in the pandemic, which hit their finances. Becerra, 38, cited worries about getting medical appointments during lockdowns. “Being a mother had to be postponed a bit due to our...
    There is no easy way from Argentina to Japan. Associated Press Photographer Natacha Pisarenko’s trip was more complicated than most. From the full-body protective suits worn by fellow travelers in Buenos Aires, to the long wait at Haneda Airport in Tokyo for results from COVID-19 testing, Pisarenko’s roughly 35-hour journey to the 2020 Summer Games was longer than most but otherwise typical for the thousands of athletes, officials and media descending on Japan’s capital this week. With the opening ceremonies days away, foreigners are arriving in droves despite the city’s state of emergency prompted by surging COVID-19 cases. Visitors are under strict protective protocols that begin with testing 96 hours before their flights and will continue throughout their stays. Pisarenko’s trek began in Buenos Aires, with a stop in Frankfort, Germany, en route to Japan. Masks were mandatory throughout, but some travelers took extra precautions. A few in Buenos Aires donned protective coveralls, gloves and plastic face shields — at least one kept the body suit on during the flight to Frankfurt. Several steps awaited at Haneda Airport, including saliva...
    The Bachelors Matt James and Rachael Kirkconnell Cozy Up for Date Night at 2021 ESPY Awards Why so many geographic sites in the US still have racist names © Provided by Sports Illustrated The streets of Buenos Aires erupted with chants and celebrations when Argentina won its first Copa América title since 1993. View the original article to see embedded media.Argentina's 1–0 win over Brazil on Saturday to win the Copa América is the country's first major international title since 1993 — the last time it won the Copa América. And with the historic win comes a historic celebration.  This marks Lionel Messi's first ever title with Argentina ever since he started competing internationally in 2005 (he won Olympic gold in 2008, but the Olympics are considered a youth tournament). The celebrations started on the pitch, with Messi being tossed in the air by his teammates before being gifted the trophy that eluded him and his country for so long. On the other side of the celebrations was heartbreak for Brazil and Neymar, Messi's former Barcelona teammate who came to congratulate him...
    More On: Coronavirus Blinken says US does not have ‘the luxury of not dealing with China’ Airport security app Clear looks to score with US ‘vaccine passport’ Why India’s COVID-19 data is vastly undercounted Chinese post mocking India’s COVID deaths taken down Argentina coronavirus cases hit 3 million on Sunday since the pandemic began, as medical workers said hospitals were full to capacity despite toughened government measures to bring down the spread of infections. The country’s health ministry said there were 11,394 new cases over the last 24-hour period, bringing up the grim new milestone, with 156 new deaths taking fatalities to 64,252. The government of President Alberto Fernandez this week unveiled a new round of tougher restrictions as a second wave of infections has battered the country, filling up intensive care units and setting new daily records for cases and deaths. But medical staff said it was still not enough. “People need to be a little more aware and know that the hospitals are full and that health personnel are exhausted,” said Luciana Berti, a 41-year-old surgical assistant....
    DIEGO MARADONA’S little brother Raul has been admitted to intensive care with health complications following confirmation he has coronavirus. The 54-year-old, who like his famous older sibling played for Boca Juniors as well as Granada in Spain, is in Belgrano Adventist Hospital in the Argentinian capital Buenos Aires. 2Diego Maradona's brother Raul has been admitted to intensive care 2Diego Maradona and his little brother Raul Friend Martin Arevalo asked well-wishers to pray for the retired striker, who also enjoyed spells in Peru, Japan, Canada and Venezuela. Confirming Raul, better known in South America by his nickname Lalo, was in intensive care, he said: “He was diagnosed with Covid and the situation got worse. “I hope the doctors, if they have to, can give him plasma so he can get better. “To all those who believe in God, pray as much as you can for Diego’s brother.” Lalo, one of Diego’s two brothers, has posted several photos recalling the former Naples and Barcelona star’s greatest moments since his shock death last November aged 60 at a rented home north of Buenos...
    (Bloomberg) – Axel Kicillof relished the role he played in the Argentine government years ago: that of a disrespectful left-wing economy minister who repeatedly clashed with foreign investors. They hated him and he loved it. Today, Kicillof is again involved in a fierce battle with financiers in New York and London. This time it is as governor of Buenos Aires, who, along with nearly a dozen other provinces, called for debt restructuring negotiations last year when the federal government began its own negotiations with creditors. But, unlike the others, Buenos Aires has not yet come out of default. In fact, 10 months after Kicillof stopped payments for $ 7.1 billion in bonds, little progress has been made in the talks. With bonds now languishing at just 35 cents on the dollar in secondary markets and without a penny of interest income, creditors are growing weary of the stagnation and disinterest displayed by Kicillof’s advisers. Last week, funds from the Ad Hoc group of Buenos Aires bondholders sued the province in US court for unpaid principal and interest. This tactic, analysts...
    BUENOS AIRES – Marcelo Toledo usually creates sculptures and jewelry out of metal. Now the Argentine artist is working with a new material: waste masks and syringes from the COVID-19 pandemic to create an exhibition exploring the painful impact of the virus. Toledo, who has made jewelry for the musical “Evita” on Broadway and unique pieces for Barack Obama and Madonna, was among the first in Argentina to contract COVID-19 a year ago, which left him hospitalized for eight days with pneumonia. The experience left an imprint on his life and triggered a flurry of artworks, from a 14-meter mask with the Argentine flag that he placed on the iconic Obelisk in Buenos Aires to raise awareness about organ donation during the pandemic. For his new exhibition, the “Museum of the After,” Toledo is collecting recycled coronavirus waste sent by hospitals, laboratories and random people. It includes old vaccines and medical parts, and newspaper clippings about the pandemic. “I am excited to be able to transform pain into beauty and this exhibition is just that, capturing everything that is happening...
    More On: art This NYC artist lives in the vintage poster shop that inspired his work Lobby art sucks, but these NYC buildings are redrawing the rules Banksy sells most expensive piece yet for nearly $20 million An artist preserves Wuhan’s COVID memories BUENOS AIRES – Marcelo Toledo usually creates sculptures and jewelry out of metal. Now the Argentine artist is working with a new material: waste masks and syringes from the COVID-19 pandemic to create an exhibition exploring the painful impact of the virus. Toledo, who has made jewelry for the musical “Evita” on Broadway and unique pieces for Barack Obama and Madonna, was among the first in Argentina to contract COVID-19 a year ago, which left him hospitalized for eight days with pneumonia. The experience left an imprint on his life and triggered a flurry of artworks, from a 14-meter mask with the Argentine flag that he placed on the iconic Obelisk in Buenos Aires to raise awareness about organ donation during the pandemic. For his new exhibition, the “Museum of the After,” Toledo is collecting recycled...
    Bloomberg They sue the province of Buenos Aires in the US for non-payment (Bloomberg) – Bondholders from Argentina’s largest province have filed a lawsuit in New York for more than $ 30 million in principal and unpaid interest. Creditors filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the province of Buenos Aires in the Court for the Southern District of New York after negotiations for the restructuring of $ 7.1 billion in foreign debt stalled, according to a statement from the steering committee of the Ad Hoc Group of Bondholders, which owns more The plan comes about due to lack of progress in the restructuring talks between the province and investors, more than six months after the national government negotiated the restructuring of US $ 65,000 million in sovereign bonds. On Monday, the province released details of a new proposal submitted to one of its largest creditors, GoldenTree Asset Management, but the fund rejected the terms and the province did not accept a counter offer. “Since April, the province has made virtually no effort to enter into good faith negotiations with the Group...
    (Bloomberg) – After nearly a year of submitting a debt restructuring offer, new documents released by the province of Buenos Aires show that talks remain stalled. The country’s largest province released the details of a proposal submitted to one of its largest creditors, GoldenTree Asset Management, under a confidentiality agreement that has since expired, according to a statement posted online. The province says GoldenTree rejected the offer and proposed a counter offer that the province considered “a substantial diversion from terms that the province could consider significant.” The statement comes amid lack of progress in debt talks to renegotiate about $ 7 billion of the province’s foreign debt, more than six months after the country reached an agreement to restructure $ 65 billion in bonds. sovereigns. Half a dozen other provinces, from Salta in the north to Neuquén in the south, have closed their own restructuring deals since then. The province’s current debt offer remains the one originally published last April, which expires on March 26. The province of Buenos Aires has been in default for almost a year, after...
    New York : By Gustavo Carabajal Gabriel Di Nicola / La Nación A call to 911 from a neighbor of Luján was key to finding alive and in good health of Maia Yael Beloso, the 7-year-old girl who disappeared since last Monday, and the immediate arrest of the man who was with her, identified by police sources as Carlos Savanz or Carlos Alberto Sierra. The Buenos Aires police sheltered the youngest, who in the first check-ups looked in good general health and did not show fear, although she was cold and hungry. After her initial medical care, the minor is still housed in the municipal hospital of Luján and Justice will resolve your guardianship while the Buenos Aires Ministry of Human Development and Habitat analyzes the socio-environmental conditions in which the minor lived and their environment to resolve their immediate future. This was reported to THE NATION qualified research sources. “A call to 911 alerted to the presence of the suspect with the girl sleeping on the street “the informants added. In addition, a municipal camera captured the passage...
    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — A former priest and LGBTQ activist who has blessed same-sex unions in Pope Francis’ home country, Argentina, is leaving the Roman Catholic Church after the Vatican issued a pronouncement this week that priests may not perform such blessings. Andrés Gioeni delivered a letter disavowing his faith to the bishopric in a Buenos Aires suburb on Wednesday, the anniversary of his ordination as a priest in 2000 and two days after the declaration from the Holy See. “I do not want to continue being an accomplice to this institution, because I realize the harm they are doing to people. I am not renouncing my faith in God but rather I am renouncing a role and a rite,” said Gioeni, 49. He spoke in an interview with The Associated Press at the home he shares with his husband, 50-year-old Luis Iarocci, and their three dogs, a few blocks from the cathedral in San Isidro north of the capital. Like other LGBTQ Catholics, Gioeni was shocked by Monday’s proclamation, which argued that clergy members cannot bless...
    (CNN Español) — La desaparición de una niña llamada Maia conmociona a Argentina. La menor, de 7 años, fue vista por última vez el lunes por la mañana en Buenos Aires con un hombre de entre 35 y 40 años, según el Ministerio Público Fiscal. Stella Belloso, la madre de Maia, denunció su desaparición en la tarde del mismo lunes, tras lo cual se activó el protocolo Sofía. Esta es una alerta de emergencia determina la búsqueda de la menor por todo el país con los recursos de seguridad, de justicia, y de comunicación. Sigue la búsqueda de Maia, la menor de 7 años que desapareció este lunes en Argentina. Estas son las últimas imágenes que se conocen de la niña. Ese mismo día, está acompañada por un hombre y toman el tren en Liniers con destino a Castelar, en la provincia de Buenos Aires.#CNNEE pic.twitter.com/PoOsFReOTB — CNN Argentina (@CNNArgentina) March 17, 2021 La mamá, familiares y vecinos encabezan manifestaciones en el Barrio Lugano, en el suroeste de la ciudad de Buenos Aires, para exigir la aparición de la menor....
    The disappearance two days ago in Buenos Aires of Maia, a 7 year old girl, keeps Argentine society in suspense while the police search that was activated by the emergency alert protocol in cases of minors in serious danger intensifies. “All the brigades have as priority one find Maia and return her to mother“Diego Santilli, deputy chief of the government of the capital, in charge of the Security area, said today at a press conference, and underlined the joint work with the federal and Buenos Aires security forces. Maia B. is a slim girl with waist-length black hair, dark complexion, who was seen for the last time, dressed in pink, with the suspect in her disappearance on Monday morning in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Lugano, when they each went together on their bicycle. In the Alert of the @MinSeg He says that Maia is “lost”, but she is not !!!!, Maia is MISSING !!!, for the purpose of abuse, trafficking or worse !!!. It is not lost, it was kidnapped !!!!Let’s keep sharing !!! the images of...
    (CNN Español) — Los infectólogos suelen ser muy categóricos con los tratamientos para combatir el VIH: es necesario mantenerlos en el tiempo y tomar regularmente los antirretrovirales. Así se logran mantener las defensas altas, que se expresa en los en los llamados linfocitos CD4; y tener una carga viral indetectable. Es decir, tener tan poca cantidad del virus en el cuerpo para impedir su propagación. Pero los mismos especialistas a veces se encuentran con casos excepcionales y en Argentina hay uno de ellos. Se trata de la llamada “Paciente de Buenos Aires”, una mujer que contrajo el virus en 1996, estuvo en tratamiento 10 años con antirretrovirales, pero que desde hace 12 años no toma medicación y hoy, a sus 56 años, continúa con su carga viral indetectable al igual que las personas que sí siguen el tratamiento. “Conocimos a esta paciente en el año 1997”, explica la Dra. Isabel Cassetti, médica infectóloga y especialista en medicina interna, quien junto con la Dra. Analía Ureña siguió el caso desde entonces, cuando los tratamientos eran mucho más complicados y menos efectivos...
    All Times EDT FIRST ROUND Top four teams in each group advance GROUP A GP W D L GF GA Pts Argentina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bolivia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Chile 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Paraguay 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Uruguay 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sunday, June 13 At Buenos Aires, Argentina Argentina vs. Chile, 5 p.m. At Mendoza, Argentina Paraguay vs. Bolivia, 8 p.m. Thursday, June 17 At Mendoza, Argentina Chile vs. Bolivia, 5 p.m. At Córdoba, Argentina Argentina vs. Uruguay, 8 p.m. Sunday, June 20 At Mendoza, Argentina Uruguay vs. Chile, 5 p.m. At Buenos Aires, Argentina Argentina vs. Paraguay, 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 23 At Córdoba, Argentina...
    The Plaza del Obelisco brought together more than 3,000 people asking for the reasons for Maradona’s death to be clarified.
    The First Pic of Macaulay Culkin on American Horror Story Season 10 Is Here and It Is Fabulous Heres when the IRS could start sending out $1,400 stimulus checks BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine tennis player Juan Martin Del Potro has not fully recovered from a series of knee injuries but the former U.S. Open champion told reporters on Wednesday he is targeting this year's Tokyo Olympics for a fresh comeback. © Reuters/GONZALO FUENTES FILE PHOTO: French Open - Roland Garros “I think this is my year,” the former world number three said at an event in Buenos Aires where he was honoured as the best Argentine player of the last decade. “The Olympic Games are pulling me along, that is the motivation that I have.” “The knee is giving me a lot of headaches, I can’t close out my story yet. I feel like I have more to give and so I’ll keep trying.” Del Potro, who won a bronze medal at London 2012 and silver in Rio de Janeiro four years later, has undergone three knee operations...
    By Nicolás Misculin BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentines will take to the streets on Wednesday to demand what they say is justice for Diego Maradona after the soccer icon's death in November sparked investigations into how he died and whether there had been any negligence in his care. "He did not die, they killed him!," the organizers of the demonstration said in materials sent out on social media. "Justice for Diego. Trial and punishment of the guilty." The march will begin at 18:00 local time (2100 GMT) at the emblematic Obelisco monument in central Buenos Aires. Maradona, a World Cup winner with Argentina who is regarded as one of the greatest soccer players of all time, attained almost godlike status in his home country despite long battles with drug and alcohol addiction and poor health. A medical board, at the request of the justice department, met on Monday to analyze Maradona's death. The idol, who won the 1986 World Cup, had serious health problems and was recovering from brain surgery when he died in the suburbs of Buenos Aires. Investigators...
    Celebs react to Meghan Markle and Prince Harrys Oprah Winfrey interview 50 New, Easy Ways To Make Money From Home By Nicolás Misculin © Reuters/AGUSTIN MARCARIAN FILE PHOTO: Maradona's fans remember the idol with a colorful memorial in Buenos Aires BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentines will take to the streets on Wednesday to demand what they say is justice for Diego Maradona after the soccer icon's death in November sparked investigations into how he died and whether there had been any negligence in his care. "He did not die, they killed him!," the organizers of the demonstration said in materials sent out on social media. "Justice for Diego. Trial and punishment of the guilty." The march will begin at 18:00 local time (2100 GMT) at the emblematic Obelisco monument in central Buenos Aires. Maradona, a World Cup winner with Argentina who is regarded as one of the greatest soccer players of all time, attained almost godlike status in his home country despite long battles with drug and alcohol addiction and poor health. A medical board, at the request of...
    The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has spread to almost all districts and departments in Argentina. As of March 8 in General San Martín, Buenos Aires, 27,005 cases of infected have been registered since the beginning of the pandemic. These figures arise from the open database of the Ministry of Health of the Nation. The accounting of cases by party or department is carried out under the criterion of place of residence that appears on the patient’s ID. It may happen that the person is not in that party or department. Compared to the previous day, 5 new cases of sick of coronavirus in General San Martín, as detailed by the health authorities. And if the last seven days are taken into account, 394 cases of people affected by the virus have been detected. To date, in the province of Buenos Aires, a total of 897,962 infected by coronavirus and 26,850 deaths have been registered, while in the whole country there are 2,149,636 positive cases, 1,945,816 recovered patients and 52,880 deaths. * This note was made from...
    The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has spread to almost all districts and departments in Argentina. As of March 8 in Escobar, Buenos Aires, 13,274 cases of infected have been registered since the beginning of the pandemic. These figures arise from the open database of the Ministry of Health of the Nation. The accounting of cases by party or department is carried out under the criterion of place of residence that appears on the patient’s ID. It may happen that the person is not in that party or department. In the last 24 hours, no new cases of sick of coronavirus in Escobar, as detailed by the health authorities. And if the last seven days are taken into account, 294 cases of people affected by the virus have been detected. To date, in the province of Buenos Aires, a total of 897,962 infected by coronavirus and 26,850 deaths have been registered, while in the whole country there are 2,149,636 positive cases, 1,945,816 recovered patients and 52,880 deaths. * This note was made from the open database of...
    Weather today in Buenos Aires and Greater Buenos Aires. The National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported that this Monday it will be presented in the city of Buenos Aires and surroundings with partially cloudy skies and a minimum temperature of 21 degrees and a maximum of 27. Buenos Aires Extended Forecast For tomorrow Tuesday in Buenos Aires it remains stable and clear skies are expected, and a minimum temperature of 23 degrees and a maximum of 30. The humidity will be 68%. On Wednesday cloudy skies are forecast, a minimum temperature of 22 degrees and a maximum of 31. Climate today in Córdoba. This Monday is presented in the city of Cordoba and surroundings clear skies, and a minimum temperature of 22 degrees and a maximum of 30, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN). For tomorrow Tuesday a minimum of 19 degrees and a maximum of 31, on Wednesday a minimum of 20 degrees and a maximum of 33. Weather today in Mendoza. This Monday is presented in the city of Mendoza...
    By Lucila Sigal BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - In Buenos Aires on Friday night the doors of the Colón Theater reopened for the first time in a year since being shut because of the coronavirus pandemic, a sign of how the capital of Argentina is slowly letting its hair down once again. In neighboring Brazil, however, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro have gone in the opposition direction, both announcing tighter restrictions this week, a reflection of how the two regional powerhouses are on completely different tracks battling the virus. "It makes me very happy, we have to go to the theater again, we have to lose our fear," Fanny Mandelbaum, a local Argentina journalist attending the inaugural concert at the famed opera house told Reuters. "It is so satisfying to be in a room and share culture with other people." The symbolic opening of the opera house, which dates back as far as 1857 - though in a different building - comes hot on the heels of film buffs in the capital being able to return to cinemas at the...
    Weather today in Buenos Aires and Greater Buenos Aires. The National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported that this Saturday is presented in the city of Buenos Aires and surroundings with partially cloudy skies and a minimum temperature of 20 degrees and a maximum of 27. Buenos Aires Extended Forecast For tomorrow Sunday in Buenos Aires it remains stable and partially cloudy skies are expected, and a minimum temperature of 21 degrees and a maximum of 30. The humidity will be 60%. On Monday it is forecast partly cloudy skies, a minimum temperature of 22 degrees and a maximum of 27. Climate today in Córdoba. This Saturday is presented in the city of Cordoba and surroundings clear skies, and a minimum temperature of 21 degrees and a maximum of 34, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN). For tomorrow Sunday a minimum of 22 degrees and a maximum of 35, on Monday a minimum of 21 degrees and a maximum of 33. Weather today in Mendoza. This Saturday is presented in the city of Mendoza...
    Weather today in Buenos Aires and Greater Buenos Aires. The National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported that this Friday it will be presented in the city of Buenos Aires and surroundings with partially cloudy skies and a minimum temperature of 21 degrees and a maximum of 29. Buenos Aires Extended Forecast For tomorrow Saturday at Buenos Aires It remains stable and partially cloudy skies are expected, and a minimum temperature of 20 degrees and a maximum of 27. The humidity will be 67%. On Sunday it is forecast partly cloudy skies, a minimum temperature of 21 degrees and a maximum of 30. Climate today in Córdoba. This Friday he is presented in the city of Cordoba and surroundings clear skies, and a minimum temperature of 21 degrees and a maximum of 35, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN). For tomorrow Saturday a minimum of 22 degrees and a maximum of 36, on Sunday a minimum of 22 degrees and a maximum of 37. Weather today in Mendoza. This Friday he is presented...
    By MAURICIO SAVARESE and DEBORA REY, Associated Press SAO PAULO (AP) — Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires were a tale of two cities this week, with Brazil’s megalopolis partially shutting down and bracing for possibly the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, while residents of Argentina’s capital were stepping out to movie-theaters and restaurants. The two biggest cities in the South American neighbors are headed in opposite directions, a trend that experts say demonstrates how places that loosen restrictions against the advice of scientists see a spike in the pandemic while those that keep social distancing measures in place can reopen their economies sooner. Sao Paulo, home to almost 12 million people, is facing the worst two weeks yet in the pandemic and the growing risk that its once-resilient health care system will collapse, Gov. João Doria told reporters Wednesday. More than 75% of the city's intensive-care beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients and some wards — like those of the private Albert Einstein hospital — are full for the first time. Doria said the entire state, where 46 million people...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires were a tale of two cities this week, with Brazil’s megalopolis partially shutting down and bracing for possibly the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, while residents of Argentina’s capital were stepping out to movie-theaters and restaurants. The two biggest cities in the South American neighbors are headed in opposite directions, a trend that experts say demonstrates how places that loosen restrictions against the advice of scientists see a spike in the pandemic while those that keep social distancing measures in place can reopen their economies sooner. Sao Paulo, home to almost 12 million people, is facing the worst two weeks yet in the pandemic and the growing risk that its once-resilient health care system will collapse, Gov. João Doria told reporters Wednesday. More than 75% of the city’s intensive-care beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients and some wards — like those of the private Albert Einstein hospital — are full for the first time. Doria said the entire state, where 46 million people reside, on Saturday will face the highest...
    SAO PAULO (AP) — A swell of COVID-19 cases is halting samba steps in Brazil’s biggest metropolis while Argentina’s capital tiptoes its way back to the tango floor. The two biggest cities in each of the neighboring South American countries are headed in opposite directions, reflecting how those that loosen restrictions despite warnings from scientists see a spike in the pandemic while others that keep social distancing measures in place are able to reopen their economies sooner. Sao Paulo, home to almost 12 million people, is bracing for the worst two weeks yet in the pandemic and the growing risk that its once-resilient health care system will collapse, Gov. João Doria told reporters Wednesday. More than 75% of the city’s intensive-care beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients and some wards — like those of the private Albert Einstein hospital — are full for the first time. Doria announced that the entire state, where 46 million people reside, on Saturday will face the highest level of restrictions to arrest the virus’ spread. That means closure of all bars, restaurants, shopping malls...
    By MAURICIO SAVARESE and DEBORA REY, Associated Press SAO PAULO (AP) — A swell of COVID-19 cases is halting samba steps in Brazil's biggest metropolis while Argentina's capital tiptoes its way back to the tango floor. The two biggest cities in each of the neighboring South American countries are headed in opposite directions, reflecting how those that loosen restrictions despite warnings from scientists see a spike in the pandemic while others that keep social distancing measures in place are able to reopen their economies sooner. Sao Paulo, home to almost 12 million people, is bracing for the worst two weeks yet in the pandemic and the growing risk that its once-resilient health care system will collapse, Gov. João Doria told reporters Wednesday. More than 75% of the city's intensive-care beds are occupied by COVID-19 patients and some wards — like those of the private Albert Einstein hospital — are full for the first time. Doria announced that the entire state, where 46 million people reside, on Saturday will face the highest level of restrictions yet to arrest the virus' spread....
    This Wednesday, March 3, there was an increase in interest rates forFixed deadlines in pesos offered by banks, according to the survey published daily by thecentral bank. How much does each bank pay today for fixed terms in pesos? tr: nth-child (2n-1) {background-color: #CDCDCD;} Ten banks with the highest volume of deposits FINANCIAL INSTITUTION CLIENTS NON-CLIENTS Banco de la Nacion Argentina 37% 37% Banco Santander rio SA 37% – Banco de Galicia y Buenos Aires SAU 37% – Banco de la Provincia de Buenos Aires 37% 37% Banco Bbva Argentina SA 37% 37% Banco Macro SA 37% – Hsbc Bank Argentina SA 37% – Banco Credicoop Cooperativo Limitado 37% 37% Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Argentina) SA 37% – Banco de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires 37% 37% tr: nth-child (2n-1) {background-color: #CDCDCD;} Other banks that report fixed-term rate online for non-clients FINANCIAL INSTITUTION CLIENTS NON-CLIENTS Banco Bica SA 37% 37% Banco Cmf SA 37% 37% Banco Comafi Sociedad Anonima 37%...
    Thousands of protesters took the streets of multiple cities in Argentina this weekend to protest what is increasingly being referred to as the “VIP vaccination” scandal, in which the government of socialist President Alberto Fernández reportedly vaccinated dozens of ineligible people with friends in the administration. A woman protests against the government of President Alberto Fernandez, following a scandal over coronavirus vaccine queue-jumping that forced his health minister to resign, in front of the Casa Rosada presidencial palace in Buenos Aires. ( ALEJANDRO PAGNI/AFP via Getty) Argentine Health Minister Gines González García resigned last week after local media revealed that as many as 70 people secretly received vaccinations against the Chinese coronavirus, some of them as young as 27 years old and without health preconditions that would necessitate urgent vaccination. Argentina recently cut a deal with the government of Russia to distribute its vaccine candidate, “Sputnik V,” approved hastily last year prior to Phase III clinical trials, and to manufacture it domestically. According to the Agence France-Presse (AFP), Argentina is also distributing the Indian coronavirus vaccine candidate Covishield, whose efficacy...
    Weather today in Buenos Aires and Greater Buenos Aires. The National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported that this Monday it is presented in the city of Buenos Aires and surroundings with partially cloudy skies and a minimum temperature of 22 degrees and a maximum of 30. Buenos Aires Extended Forecast For tomorrow Tuesday in Buenos Aires it remains stable and clear skies are expected, and a minimum temperature of 22 degrees and a maximum of 32. The humidity will be 65%. On Wednesday clear skies are forecast, a minimum temperature of 23 degrees and a maximum of 33. Climate today in Córdoba. This Monday is presented in the city of Cordoba and surroundings rain, and a minimum temperature of 21 degrees and a maximum of 28, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN). For tomorrow Tuesday a minimum of 19 degrees and a maximum of 27, on Wednesday a minimum of 18 degrees and a maximum of 26. Today’s weather in Mendoza. This Monday is presented in the city of Mendoza and surroundings...
    The guilds docentes from Buenos Aires accepted the salary proposal formulated on Friday by the Government of the province of Buenos Aires, so that classes will begin tomorrow more than 4 million students, reported the Minister of Labor, Mara Ruiz Malec. « The province’s teacher salary proposal was approved. In this way, we started a new school year with the boys in the classrooms, guaranteeing the social right to education and the labor rights of workers in our educational system, « the official posted on social media. Ruiz Malec thanked the teachers’ unions, the Treasury portfolio led by Pablo López and the Education portfolio, led by Agustina Vila, for the « work and honest dialogue that even in the differences, allowed reaching agreements. » The salary proposal, which was accepted by the two majority unions of the Buenos Aires Teaching Unit Front (Suteba and FEB), consists of a 32% increase as of September, to which is added the increase in the Teacher Incentive Fund (Fonid) and the sum for connectivity agreed in the national parity. In this way, the initial grade teacher salary will...
    Weather today in Buenos Aires and Greater Buenos Aires. The National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported that this Sunday it is presented in the city of Buenos Aires and surroundings With clear skies and a minimum temperature of 21 degrees and a maximum of 30. Buenos Aires Extended Forecast For tomorrow Monday in Buenos Aires it remains stable and partially cloudy skies are expected, and a minimum temperature of 22 degrees and a maximum of 30. The humidity will be 61%. Tuesday is forecast clear skies, a minimum temperature of 22 degrees and a maximum of 32. Climate today in Córdoba. This Sunday is presented in the city of Cordoba and surroundings Partly cloudy sky, and a minimum temperature of 22 degrees and a maximum of 31, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN). For tomorrow, Monday, a minimum of 21 degrees and a maximum of 28, on Tuesday a minimum of 19 degrees and a maximum of 27. Weather today in Mendoza. This Sunday is presented in the city of Mendoza and surroundings Partly cloudy sky and a...
    Waving blue and white flags, protesters gathered outside the government headquarters in Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires, as well as in several other cities. “Give me back my vaccine”, “Let them all go”, “Stop wasting our money”, could be read on their signs. The scandal erupted last week when a journalist said on the radio that he had been vaccinated thanks to his friendship with the Minister of Health, Ginés Gonzalez Garcia, who had to resign in the wake at the request of President Alberto Fernandez. On Monday, the government released a list of 70 people who received the vaccine outside of the official campaign launched in late December, which included the 38-year-old Minister of the Economy and former President Eduardo Duhalde, his wife and their children. “They started by vaccinating the friends of power,” Irene Marcet, who demonstrated in Plaza de Mayo, told .. “They are stealing someone else’s life.” On the railings in front of Casa Rosada, the executive seat of Argentine power in Buenos Aires, protesters hung huge black body bags with the names of...
    Weather today in Buenos Aires and Greater Buenos Aires. The National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported that this Saturday it is presented in the city of Buenos Aires and surroundings With clear skies and a minimum temperature of 21 degrees and a maximum of 31. Buenos Aires Extended Forecast For tomorrow Sunday in Buenos Aires it remains stable and clear skies are expected, and a minimum temperature of 21 degrees and a maximum of 30. The humidity will be 61%. On Monday it is forecast partly cloudy skies, a minimum temperature of 22 degrees and a maximum of 30. Climate today in Córdoba. This Saturday is presented in the city of Cordoba and surroundings Partly cloudy sky, and a minimum temperature of 20 degrees and a maximum of 32, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN). For tomorrow Sunday a minimum of 22 degrees and a maximum of 31, on Monday a minimum of 21 degrees and a maximum of 28. Weather today in Mendoza. This Saturday he is presented in the city...
    An action-packed night is ahead, with compelling encounters, important champions and promising prospects, from Argentina Boxing Promotions by TyC Sports. The Argentine and South American lightweight champion, the undefeated José “Chinito” Acevedo from Santiago, will face the rising Buenos Aires Nicolás “El Titán” De León, trying to defend his Argentine crown for the third time, in one of the stellar matches of the evening that will take place. this Friday, February 26, at the Hurlingham Municipal Microstadium, Buenos Aires province, Argentina, in a new production of Argentina Boxing Promotions, by Mario Margossian, which will be broadcast live through TyC Sports from 9:00 p.m. 30, for Argentina and all of America. TyC Sports Play will start live at 19. In the other stellar fight of the night, the Fedebol midfielder champion of the World Boxing Association (WBA), the Buenos Aires Hernán “El Picante” Pérez, will face the former Latin and Argentinean midfielder from Buenos Aires Walter “El Yacaré” Sequeira, in South American middle heavyweight title dispute, which is vacant. On Thursday afternoon, all the protagonists underwent the Coronavirus COVID-19 test, in...