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December 7, 2022

Internacional

Brazil says it will shoot down aircrafts if airspace violated at Olympics

Brazil’s government warned Wednesday that it will shoot down any unidentified aircraft that violates the protected airspace around facilities of the Olympics Games in Rio de Janeiro this August. “We are not playing,” said Defense minister Raul Jungmann while introducing the Olympics Games security plan at a press conference in Rio de Janeiro. The plan …

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Ecuador studying payment accord for awarding $96 mn to Chevron

The Ecuadorian government is studying “how to arrive at an accord” with Chevron on a payment schedule for $96 million the U.S. Supreme Court awarded the oil supermajor in litigation against Quito, Finance Minister Fausto Herrera said Tuesday. Herrera offered the information during a meeting with reporters in which he participated along with President Rafael …

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Presidents of Pacific Alliance prepare to face global challenges

The presidents of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, the four member states of the Pacific Alliance, met today in the Chilean town of Frutillar to strengthen their economic integration in order to deal with the ravages of global finance. The presidents of Chile, Michelle Bachelet, Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, Mexico, Enrique Pena Nieto and Peru, …

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Google activa cable internet submarino de 9.000 kilómetros entre EE.UU. y Japón

La empresa de tecnología Google anunció hoy que se ha activado el cable de internet submarino de alta velocidad de 9.000 kilómetros entre EEUU y Japón en el que ha estado trabajando desde el año 2014. El cable, bautizado con el nombre de “Faster” (Más rápido), tiene una velocidad de 60 terabits por segundo, diez …

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Peace campaign at historic monuments sparks controversy in Colombia

A citizens’ campaign for a “yes” vote in the Colombian government referendum to win endorsement for its peace pact with the FARC guerrillas sparked controversy Thursday because the demonstrators gathered around the statues of famous figures in the nation’s history to convey their message. The campaign, led by a group called “For Colombia, Yes,” covered …

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LatAm needs social changes to end violence against children

Latin America needs cultural and social changes to stem violence against children, experts from international organizations agreed here Monday. A five-day conference in Montevideo brings together specialists from the Organization of American States and UNICEF to discuss how to meet the U.N. Sustainable Development goal of ending all violence against children and adolescents by 2030. …

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