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lunes, 11 de marzo de 2013

Argentina Wants to Localize Minimum of Brazil Auto Output - Source

Argentina Wants to Localize Minimum of Brazil Auto Output - Source: Under the so-called Inovar Auto rules, carmakers get the tax breaks whether that investment and production is carried out in Brazil or whether it is carried out in Argentina--or, for that matter, any of the five Mercosur countries, which also include ...

African- American attorneys write amicus brief on same-sex marriage, which ...


African- American attorneys write amicus brief on same-sex marriage, which ...

Now, African-American attorneys wrote and filed an amicus brief, which stated, “We've heard these arguments before” as they compare the arguments against same-sex marriage to the arguments for anti-miscegenation laws. They urge the Supreme Court to ...

Museum for African American music wants space in old convention center


Museum for African American music wants space in old convention center

Organizers behind Nashville's long-discussed National Museum of African American Music are no longer committed to building a facility near Jefferson Street and are seeking Mayor Karl Dean's assistance to find space in the tourist-concentrated part of ...

Hugo Chavez is remembered around statue of South American revolutionary ...


Hugo Chavez is remembered around statue of South American revolutionary ...

SMARTLY dressed passers stopped and stared. A policeman looked on bemused. And as dusk fell over one of London's most exclusive squares last Thursday, rush-hour traffic was drowned out by shouts of, “Viva Chavez!” and “Viva Venezuela!”. Marking the ...

Edinburgh University opens new Latin America office in Brazil

Edinburgh University opens new Latin America office in Brazil: On Monday, the body said the move was part of its "established tradition of academic interaction in Latin America in a number of fields, including energy, public health, economics and the preservation of delicate ecosystems". As part of the move ...




Latin American and Latino Studies celebrates 50 years

Latin American and Latino Studies celebrates 50 years:
Fifty years later, the program, now expanded to Latin American and Latino Studies in recognition of the growing Hispanic population in the country, will bring three of its distinguished alumni back to campus to celebrate its history and accomplishments.


Brandeis University

On Eve of Conclave, Latin American Catholics Hope for One of their Own to ...

On Eve of Conclave, Latin American Catholics Hope for One of their Own to ...: Not only is Latin America seen as the future of the Catholic church, it is also perceived as a Catholic bedrock that needs support to counter the tremendous growth of Protestantism. The threat is particularly strong in Brazil, where Catholicism fell ...

Infosys expands footprint in Latin America

Infosys expands footprint in Latin America:
BANGALORE: Infosys today announced it has expanded its presence in Latin America with a new delivery centre for its business process outsourcing subsidiary, Infosys BPO, in San Jose, Costa Rica. The centre's 100-plus employees initially will provide ...


Economic Times

Scottish Seafood Set to Showcase in North America

Scottish Seafood Set to Showcase in North America: Fish and seafood exports to the US have flourished in recent years, and with the US representing Scotland's number one market for salmon exports, this is a huge opportunity for Scottish companies to capture a share of the North American market.

US policy towards Cuba migrants 'unchanged'


US policy towards Cuba migrants 'unchanged'

Beginning January, Cubans for the first time in decades were granted the right to travel without official permission, although some professionals, sports stars, technicians, and Communist party officials still face travel curbs because they are deemed ...

U.S. driver caught with Central American immigrants

U.S. driver caught with Central American immigrants: He was taken into custody after police discovered his passengers were immigrants from Central America. All five of the immigrants were turned over to Border Patrol agents. De Leon was arraigned on Saturday afternoon. His bond was set at $3,000. save ...




Guy defends South America trip

Guy defends South America trip: Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has defended his decision to stay with a trade delegation in South America rather than returning home to contend with the drought in several farming regions in New Zealand, even as he indicated that official ...

Elementary students celebrate all things South American


Elementary students celebrate all things South American

The school's fourth annual trek to a foreign land was called Sojourn to South America. The Peruvian group, Inkaswasi, played upbeat, ethnic music in the gym while students danced or checked out the colorful hats, toys and flutes native to the continent.

North Americans the favourites as conclave prepares for business


North Americans the favourites as conclave prepares for business

When 115 cardinals from around the world parade into the Sistine Chapel tomorrow to elect a new Pope, their deliberations will be overshadowed by a previously unthinkable scenario – a pontiff from North America.

Haiti visit leaves lasting impression

Haiti visit leaves lasting impression:
It took a master's degree project on organizational leadership to get Day Kimball Hospital Director of Nursing and EMS Coordinator Ralph Miro to Haiti. He put together a team of people for a medical mission to the impoverished Caribbean island. The ...


ReminderNews

Gov't reinforces security at train stations

Gov't reinforces security at train stations: Interior Minister Florencio Randazzo and Security Secretary Sergio Berni, announced together the reinforcement of Border Patrol and Navy Guard presence in train stations, thus covering up to 47 tations within Buenos Aires metropolitan area. Starting ...

Factbox: Venezuela's election candidates after Chavez's death

Factbox: Venezuela's election candidates after Chavez's death: CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela has called a presidential election for April 14 set to pit Hugo Chavez's protégé, acting President Nicolas Maduro, against centrist opposition leader Henrique Capriles. Here are some details about the two men: NICOLAS ...

Heart-lung machines prove safe even in the elderly

Heart-lung machines prove safe even in the elderly: SAN FRANCISCO -- One of the scariest parts of bypass surgery - having your heart stopped and going on a heart-lung machine while doctors fix your clogged arteries - is safe even in the elderly and doesn't cause mental decline as many people have feared ...

Buenos Aires 2018 boosted by major transport upgrades

Buenos Aires 2018 boosted by major transport upgrades: Buenos Aires, Argentina, 11th March 2013: Buenos Aires, the Argentinian capital city bidding to host the 2018 Youth Olympic Games, has unveiled state of the art, high-tech upgrades to its A-Line subway train service, once again reaffirming the city's ...





British MP calls for Malvinas shared-sovereignty

British MP calls for Malvinas shared-sovereignty: Last year, Galloway had released a video in which not only he suggested sharing the South Atlantic archipelago, but also affirmed that should the UK's government send him to Buenos Aires, he would agree terms and conditions for a shared-sovereignty ...

Capriles, Maduro to register Monday for Venezuela election

Capriles, Maduro to register Monday for Venezuela election: With just a few hours left to register for Venezuela's April 14 snap election, Nicolás Maduro, the anointed successor of late-President Hugo Chávez, and Henrique Capriles, the governor of Miranda, are expected at the National Electoral Council Monday.

Since 2008, Insurers Have Been Required by Law to Cover Mental Health—Why ...


Since 2008, Insurers Have Been Required by Law to Cover Mental Health—Why ...

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act -- which requires group health insurance plans that offer coverage for mental illness and substance use disorders to provide those benefits in no more restrictive way than all other treatments -- was ...

Cuba lost best friend: Castro on Chavez


Cuba lost best friend: Castro on Chavez

FORMER president Fidel Castro has eulogised Venezuela's Hugo Chavez as "the best friend Cuba ever had", in his first remarks since the death of his protege and his country's long-time benefactor. Writing in the daily Granma newspaper, Castro eulogised ...

Brazil pledges support for Venezuelan transition but takes distance from ...


Brazil pledges support for Venezuelan transition but takes distance from ...

By leaving Venezuela before Friday's funeral ceremony for leader Hugo Chávez, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was once again trying to chart out a more moderate signal to investors and diplomats, plus probably avoiding Iranian president Mahmoud ...

Brazil prison violence kills 7, injures 13

Brazil prison violence kills 7, injures 13: As in many other Latin American countries, Brazil's prisons are overcrowded, plagued by dilapidated conditions, corrupt officials and criminal gangs that impose their own rules on the inside. -AFP. |. Print. divider. Mail. divider. Bookmarkl and Share ...