Bolivia's Congress Inverts Clock To Turn Counter-Clockwise: The Congressional building in the capital city of Bolivia has inverted their clock so that it tells time while turning counter-clockwise... News video on One News Page[US] on Friday, 27 June 2014
After the Brazilian entrepreneur Marcelo Weisz sold Crio-Cord, the Madrid stem cell preservation company he founded in 2004, he searched for opportunities in the medical testing field. When he looked at Brazil, he saw a €350m specialised medical
No, we're not all "spicy." Once Latinos became the largest ethnic minority group in the U.S., contrasting characterizations of Latinas became popular myths. Just as with other identity groups, these myths are more often than not perpetuated by the media, helped along by heavy-handed, stereotypical or just plain inaccurate depictions spread widely through television programs, popular music and film.
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet on Friday proposed a September gathering between officials and business leaders from Mercosur and the Pacific Alliance in hopes of creating a tie-up between the two Latin American trade groups.
The Guggenheim’s exhibition of works recently acquired from Latin American artists is of great interest, not solely because of the art it puts on view, but also because of the various ways in which that art’s politics rub up against the ambitions of global art museums like the Guggenheim and large corporations like the show’s…
By Samuel George of the Bertelsmann Foundation When the presidents of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru meet on June 19 and 20 for the ninth Pacific Alliance summit in Nayarit, Mexico, they’ll likely debate a proposal that could transform their quietly successful pact while boosting Latin American unity.
The recent European Union ruling that granted citizens the “right to be forgotten” from Google’s search results is morphing into a nightmare for the web giant. British news organizations are reporting that Google is now removing links to some of their articles, including stories that involve the disgraceful actions of powerful people. On Wednesday, BBC…
Five years ago, a team of researchers from Google announced a remarkable achievement in one of the world’s top scientific journals, Nature. Without needing the results of a single medical check-up, they were nevertheless able to track the spread of
#On the April 22, 2013, edition of the Hang Up and Listen podcast, Stefan Fatsis discussed Liverpool striker Luis Suarez’s penchant for biting and the painful history of tooth-on-flesh violence in sports. On Tuesday, in a World Cup match against Italy, Suarez bit again. The transcript of Fatsis’ original story...
President Dilma Rousseff was confirmed on Saturday as candidate for re-election to a second term, promising that if she wins, she will undertake major reforms to put Brazil back on a path of faster development.
The Pacific Alliance is a free trade agreement that, among other things, reduces tariffs for goods exchanged between its four member countries: Colombia, Peru, Chile and Mexico, joined by their Full Article »