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Brazilian Health Ministry minimizes risks of Pfizer shots in toddler vaccination consultation

By Diógenes Freire When opening a public consultation on the application of Pfizer's mRNA serum in children aged 6 months...

Lacalle Pou detached himself from Fernández’s failures: He defended the commercial opening and criticized the idea of a regional central bank

The president of Uruguay defended the negotiation of free trade agreements independent of Mercosur, despite the fierce protectionist opposition...

Embraer’s Eve chooses startup from southern Brazil to launch ‘flying car’ in Latin America

By Sergio Ripardo One of the companies on investor radar in 2023, Eve (EVEX), an electric aircraft company controlled by Embraer (EMBR3), closed an agreement...

Censorship pope Alexandre de Moraes orders reactivation of social networks of four members of Bolsonaro’s PL party

On Thursday (Dec. 8), the president of the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) and Minister of the Supreme Court (STF),...

Opinion: Seven presidents in six and a half years, coup attempt – political instability plagues Peru

By Fábio Galão (Opinion) Peru experienced a Wednesday that laid bare the country's political instability, with an attempted coup by...

Colombia plans to build a second frigate and another logistics ship in the next four years

The Colombian government plans to finance the construction of the second frigate of the...

Embraer’s Eve chooses startup from southern Brazil to launch ‘flying car’ in Latin America

By Sergio Ripardo One of the companies on investor radar in 2023, Eve (EVEX), an electric aircraft company controlled by...

Censorship pope Alexandre de Moraes orders reactivation of social networks of four members of Bolsonaro’s PL party

On Thursday (Dec. 8), the president of the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) and Minister of the Supreme Court (STF),...

Brazil can benefit from sugar supply crisis in Europe

Europe is facing a sugar shortage and food industries are paying dearly to secure supplies after a heat wave crippled local harvests this year. Manufacturers...

For 90%, Brazil left the elections divided, says Genial/Quaest

Brazil remained divided after the end of the presidential elections in the opinion of 90% of Brazilians, according to a Genial/Quaest poll released this Thursday (8 Dec 2022). Only 8% said that the country emerged united...

This Brazilian fashion brand is expected to grow 45% in the year and wants to use delivery as leverage

By Tamires Vitorio In the dispute for the consumer, offering a desired product may not be enough. With large e-commerce platforms reducing delivery time, retailers that operate in specific segments also resort to ways to speed...

Aseem Malhotra, the British doctor who went on TV to push mRNA shots has now done a 180. : "We have a pandemic of misinformed doctors"

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Lacalle Pou detached himself from Fernández’s failures: He defended the commercial opening and criticized the idea of a regional central bank

The president of Uruguay defended the negotiation of free trade agreements independent of Mercosur, despite the fierce protectionist opposition of Alberto Fernández. The president criticized the adoption of a regional currency for its lack of...

Peru: Castillo, transferred by helicopter to the same prison where Fujimori is

Peru experienced a long day this Wednesday that began with the attempted coup by Pedro Castillo, who announced the closure of the Legislature, and was subsequently dismissed by Congress in a process that only lasted...

Chile: More than 400 journalists have been attacked by state agents since 2019

Journalist Daniel Labbé was detained by Carabineros de Chile (militarized police) on January 21, 2021, while recording a demonstration in Plaza Dignidad in Santiago.  They punched him several times and broke his lip. He was taken...

Honduras will be under a state of emergency at least until Jan. 6

The Honduran government has decreed, as of Tuesday night, a state of emergency that will last for at least the next 30 days in an attempt to contain high crime rates, especially in the cities of Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula. Authorities have focused on...

Brazilian Unicorn Loft cuts 12% of staff in third wave of layoffs of the year

By Isabela Fleischmann Loft, one of the most valuable startups in Latin America, cut 12% of its then staff of 2,600 employees this Wednesday (7),...

Brazil: 5 key points of the bill approved on crypto assets

The Brazilian Chamber of Deputies approved on Nov. 29 the bill that regulates transactions with crypto assets in Brazil. The project, which has been the subject of intense discussions and battles between financial institutions, is now...

Telegram wants to launch decentralized crypto products so things like FTX don’t happen again

Telegram founder Pavel Durov said the messenger plans to build a set of decentralized tools, including non-custodial wallets and decentralized exchanges, to securely trade and store crypto. The new venture will seek to fix the current...

Argentina: Bitcoin ATMs with US dollars

Athena, the ATM provider for Bitcoin (BTC) and other cryptocurrencies, will add cash dollars to its machines in Argentina in 2023. This was announced by Matias Goldenhörn, the company's CEO, in an exclusive conversation with "CryptoNews." The...

The Chilean Navy transfers the former Lautaro fleet tugboat to Ecuador

By Nicolás Garcia The Commander-in-Chief of the Chilean Navy, Admiral Juan Andrés De La Maza, signed the agreement for the transfer of the former fleet tugboat Lautaro to the Ecuadorian Navy. The ship has been at the Talcahuano naval base since January 2022 after being withdrawn...

Federal Court suspends the purchase of armored vehicles by the Brazilian Army

On Monday morning (Dec. 5), the Federal Regional Court of the 1st Region (TRF-1) suspended the purchase of 98 Italian armored cars and tanks by the Brazilian Army. The preliminary injunction decision followed a popular action...

The Colombian Air Force asks Petro to renew its fleet of fighters

By Erich Saumeth The Colombian Air Force (FAC) has officially raised with President Gustavo Petro the need to renew the current fleet of air superiority combat aircraft, as well as complete its anti-aircraft defense system. This request...

IAI offers its naval combat systems to the Chilean Navy

The IAI firm is once again present at Exponaval, the fair that brings together the international shipbuilding industry in Valparaíso, Chile, from November 29 to December 2. There, the company exhibits its entire portfolio of products,...

Brazilian Health Ministry minimizes risks of Pfizer shots in toddler vaccination consultation

By Diógenes Freire When opening a public consultation on the application of Pfizer's mRNA serum in children aged 6 months to 4 years, the Ministry of Health attached documents to the consultation page in which the...

Texas bans TikTok and Indiana opens investigations into Chinese app

The governor of Texas in the United States, Greg Abbott, banned the use of TikTok by state agencies on Wednesday (Dec. 7), joining four other states that have acted against the platform over cybersecurity issues. The...

‘Out of the shadows’ – powerful documentary on pedophilia in Hollywood, the Halls of Congress, and in big business

The Out Of The Shadows documentary lifts the veil on how the mainstream media and Hollywood manipulate and control the masses by spreading propaganda through their content. Very powerful documentary on the sickness of pedophilia in...

Oumuamua is now on its way out of the Solar System [Update]

By Arin Waichulis Oumuamua was the first known interstellar visitor to pass through the Solar System. Since Space Explored first began reporting on ‘Oumuamua, the quarter-mile-long object passed beyond Pluto’s orbit and is now on its way out of the outer Solar System. Researchers at Harvard’s Smithsonian...

Rio de Janeiro’s City Council passes law banning fireworks

The Rio de Janeiro City Council approved in definitive form this Tuesday (Dec. 6) the project that prohibits the manufacture, commercialization, and use of...

Rio de Janeiro’s Museum of Tomorrow opens exhibition about the heart

The exhibition S2 - Heart, Pulse of Life, held by Rio de Janeiro's Museum of Tomorrow in partnership with the Brazilian Society of Cardiology (SBC), presents, starting on October 13, the heart as a machine...

Brazil: Oktoberfest Rio returns with samba, pagode, and 120,000 liters of beer

Rio de Janeiro's Oktoberfest Rio returns in 2022 with full force - after two years interrupted because of the pandemic - to quench the thirst, hunger, and longing of lovers of good beer, German food,...

Brazil: ArtRio 2022 returns to Marina da Glória in a 100% presential format

From Thursday, September 15, to Sunday, September 18, the ArtRio cultural fair returns to receive the public 100% in person at Marina da Glória in Rio de Janeiro's South Zone. More than 60 galleries and 15...

Berlin’s patronizing dealings with Qatar lead to loss of trust and threaten to weaken Germany

By Max Biederbeck-Kettterer, Rüdiger Kiani-Kreß In an emergency letter, the German ambassador to Qatar warns of diplomatic turmoil in the Middle Eastern country and calls on Berlin to change course quickly. The background is the campaign-like attacks...