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Joel Richards
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mike walter 24h
Coming up at 8 PM an hour of news the U.S. President finally talks to reporters in a testy exchange. on Thanksgiving as a possible super spreader event. Also on the long goodbye for
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CGTN America May 17
In the Argentine capital, children under the age of 16 are now allowed out​doors for the first time since ​a lockdown began in late March. Authorities may tighten restrictions once again if the number of COVID-19 cases surges.
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mike walter May 15
Coming up at 9 PM EST CGTN CGTN America latest on with at White House. with question was Coronavirus in Florida earlier? in Lima with latest. Argentina's response to the virus has seen results on delicate next phase.
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Joel Richards May 7
‘First it was 30 kids coming for food. Now it’s more than 50 families.’ Hunger strikes low-income Argentinian communities amid pandemic
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CGTN America May 7
Our Angel Soup Kitchen started months before the outbreak and is now focal in feeding many hungry Argentinians
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Chris Giles Apr 26
Based on the today's separate figures for England, Scotland, Wales and Norterhn Ireland, a cautious estimate of the number of UK deaths linked to coronavirus by today is 43,500 There has been no new information to recalibrate the model today
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Pe Puebla Apr 25
Amigo virólogo inglés, a quien conocí cuando vino a hacer una investigación al Malbrán, me pregunta si después de esto los argentinos vamos a seguir "kissing and drinking mate with strangers".
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Susie Dent Apr 24
While Toilet Duck and Dettol are trending, here's a reminder of the word 'ultracrepidarian': one who consistently offers opinions and advice on subjects way beyond their understanding.
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The Sunday Times Apr 18
Boris Johnson skipped five Cobra meetings on the virus, calls to order protective gear were ignored and scientists’ warnings fell on deaf ears Failings in February may have cost thousands of lives
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CGTN America Apr 16
A restaurant in Argentina is helping their community by giving free breakfast to essential workers and those in need.
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Roee Ruttenberg Apr 5
In , , a printing company-turned-cooperative, is now making (personal protective equipment) to help fill the supply gap amid the crisis.
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Joel Richards Mar 25
‘The contraction that is now underway looks to be neither V- nor U- nor L-shaped. Rather, it looks like an I: a vertical line representing financial markets and the real economy plummeting.’
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Joel Richards Mar 24
March 24th usually sees hundreds of thousands of people on the streets in Argentina commemorating the anniversary of the 1976 coup. This is Plaza de Mayo right now
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Andrew Cesare Mar 23
Gangs in the Rio de Janeiro favelas have enforced a lockdown from 8pm tonight. The statement reads: "If the government won't do the right thing, organised crime will"
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Alan White Mar 22
This is the best and clearest explanation of why people need to stay at home you could ever wish to see
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Mohammed Mar 22
"This is the first time Cuba has sent an emergency contingent to Italy, one of the world’s richest countries."
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EL PAÍS América Mar 21
ÚLTIMA HORA | Chile registra la primera víctima mortal por coronavirus
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Joel Richards Mar 21
‘By Friday morning, the Football Association was able to confirm that ... it had no plans to turn the English national football stadium into a giant lasagne dish.’
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John Bartlett Mar 19
Exactly 5 months after Chile’s social movement exploded, authorities used the absence of demonstrators and the newly-declared ‘State of Catastrophe’ (aimed at quelling the spread of the virus) to wash down Plaza Dignidad, removing any trace of the protests:
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Jake Shapiro Mar 17
Spells out what many are sensing but not yet ready/willing to confront: “We’re not going back to normal” - via
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