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Seeds of discontent: Argentina's farmers turn cool on their man Macri

Argentine President Mauricio Macri rode to power in 2015 promising to bolster the farming sector and cut back taxes that had stymied exports. The country's backbone industry welcomed him with open arms after years of export controls aimed at keeping domestic prices low.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Argentina, Mauricio Macri, Macri


Between Worlds.

Miranda France discusses literary translation for Prospect: Here’s a translator’s tale: it’s early morning and I’m working on a scene from an Argentinian thriller. A woman has discovered her husband’s infidelity and leaves him a chilling message on the mirror written in rouge. In rouge. That doesn’t sound right. Although I’ve never tried it, I think it would be hard to write on glass with a cream rouge and impossible with a powdered one. Surely you’d use lipstick? I turn to WordReference, the on...
Tags: UK, London, Mexico, Uncategorized, US, Spain, Chile, Linguistics, Argentina, Times, Latin America, Asterix, Buenos Aires, Lombardy, Alberto Manguel, Lunfardo


Best beaches in Patagonia, Argentina

While South America has some of the most diverse natural landscapes in the world, among the greatest draws to the continent’s distinguished natural beauty are its beaches. Splayed along the Pacific, Atlantic, and Carribean coastlines, the most recognizable South American beaches are in Brazil, Colombia, and the like. The coastlines of Argentina don’t typically make the list of the best beaches on the continent, and most travelers certainly don’t think of Patagonia as a place to bask in the su...
Tags: Travel, Brazil, Argentina, Patagonia, South America, Buenos Aires, All, Patagonian, ATV, Carribean, Brazil Colombia, Patagonia Argentina, Rio Negro, Pacific Atlantic, Las Grutas, Valdes Peninsula


Barcelona legend Rivaldo claims Messi already deserves 6th Ballon d’Or

Will Messi win his 6th Ballon d’Or this year? Barcelona legend Rivaldo has claimed that Lionel Messi deserves to win his 6th Ballon d’Or this year even if he doesn’t win the Champions League. It’s certainly been an impressive year from the little Argentine. Messi has shown his usual incredible goalscoring form, scoring 45 goals, but has had even more of an influence in the middle of the park this season. He has also shown why he is one of, if not the best free-kick taker in football right now. ...
Tags: Sport, Barcelona, Ajax, Soccer, Manchester United, La Liga, Champions League, Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Argentina, Juventus, David De Gea, Uefa, Messi, Camp Nou


Eye opener / œil pour œil?

THE ORIGINAL? Seek truth / Anti tobacco campaign – 2004 Source : Ad Forum Agency : Arnold Worldwide, Boston (USA) LESS ORIGINAL Cafe Registrado –   2019 Source : Agency : Geometry (Argentina) [Author: Joe La Pompe]
Tags: Eyes, Miscellaneous, Advertising, Argentina, Print & Outdoor, Joe La Pompe, Mixed sources, Yeux, Scalpel, Stitches, Suture, Œil, Forum Agency, Cicatrice, Cousu, Eye Shut


Riding with the gauchos of Argentina: a photo essay

Greg Funnell and Amanda Barnes ride, swim and drink mate tea with some of Argentina’s most skilled horsemen, travelling from the north-eastern wetlands to the faded gaucho heartlands of La Pampa and Patagonia The water reaches up to my knees as a large lump rises to my throat. I clench my inner thighs tighter around the firm body of my horse and look hesitantly up at Omar in the canoe ahead. “Let go and float like a crocodile,” he instructs over the heavy grunts of the horses and the tumultuous ...
Tags: Americas, Cattle, World news, Argentina, Patagonia, Omar, La Pampa, Amanda Barnes, Greg Funnell


$9.2 billion Zoom's second most powerful shareholder thinks CEO Eric Yuan is like Steve Jobs, but nicer (ZM)

Zoom started trading publicly on Thursday after pricing its IPO at a $9.2 billion valuation. The IPO was a boon for CEO Eric Yuan, who owns much of the company and holds nearly 20% of the voting power. The second most powerful investor is Emergence Capital Partners, a venture capital firm that once backed Salesforce and Box. We spoke to Emergence partner Santi Subotovsky about what sparked his interest in Zoom, and why Yuan reminds him of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs — only a nicer version. Visi...
Tags: Apple, New York, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Ipo, Trends, Argentina, Yuan, Bosch, Eric, Peterson, Emergence Capital Partners, Santi Subotovsky, Eric Yuan, Becky Peterson, Salesforce Box


Tips for traveling with young kids

Being hesitant to travel with young kids is understandable. Maybe you’ve experienced a toddler screaming for the entirety of a coast-to-coast flight. Worse, maybe that was your toddler. But saying your kids are too young to travel is a slippery slope. When will you know when they’re old enough? The fact is, the sooner you start taking trips with your kids, the sooner they’ll adapt to journeying. And the sooner they — and you — will reap the benefits of that travel. Here’s why you should trave...
Tags: Travel, Europe, London, California, Berlin, San Francisco, Spain, Barcelona, Washington Dc, Portugal, Argentina, Patagonia, Airbnb, Ansel Adams, North America, Sagrada Familia


The Felderhof House in Italy is built into the ground and topped with a green roof

In the Eisack Valley of Italy, an old “pair farmstead” structure partly built into the hillside years ago still remains. The new owner decided to turn this classic property into a proper home after living inside it for two years as it was, and chose Pavol Mikolajcak Architekten for the redesign. The partially underground extension is topped by a grassy green roof that serves as an homage to the old design as well as a minimal approach to interacting with the natural environment. A newer buildi...
Tags: Design, Italy, Argentina, Dolomites Mountains, Felderhof House, Eisack Valley, Pavol Mikolajcak Architekten, Oskar DaRiz


Messi criticism in Argentina unfair, says Simeone

Lionel Messi being criticised for his failure to deliver a major title for Argentina is unfair, says Diego Simeone. Messi could not inspire Argentina to success at last year's World Cup, having to drag his side through the group stage before exiting to eventual winners France in the round of 16. The Argentina captain then took a sabbatical from international duty but was criticised for missing a friendly against Morocco after making his return in a defeat to Venezuela last month.
Tags: News, France, Soccer, Morocco, Lionel Messi, Argentina, Venezuela, Messi, Simeone, Diego Simeone Messi


Scientists unearth 220 million-year-old dinosaur fossils in Argentina

A site containing the 220-million-year-old fossilised remains of nearly a dozen dinosaurs has been discovered in western Argentina, researchers said Wednesday. "There are almost ten different individuals, it's a mass of bones, there's practically no sediment," said Argentinian paleontologist Ricardo Martinez. According to Martinez, of the University of San Juan, the fossils are approximately 220 million years old, belonging to "an era of which we know little".
Tags: Science, Argentina, Martinez, Ricardo Martinez, University of San Juan


Best Easter traditions in Guatemala

For devout Christians across the globe, the last week of Easter is known as Semana Santa or “Holy Week,” an intense festival of colorful imagery and religious symbology. Arguably the most expressive and elaborate celebrations, featuring float-filled parades and deafening fireworks, take place in Latin American countries from Mexico to Argentina. The week is particularly spectacular in Guatemala, where local people have evolved the festivities to include unique events that entwine older, indig...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, Spain, Santiago, Argentina, Jesus, Honduras, Guatemala, Christ, Easter, Maya, Antigua, Semana Santa, Lake Atitlan, San Pedro, All


POTD: SA-80 in the Falklands Onion Ranges

The Picture Of The Day takes us to The Falklands, and the infamous Onion Ranges a vast swathe of land which is used for training by the Army. It is located on a remote part of the East Falkland island. It could be a coincidence that the pictures were taken on a cloudy day, but […] Read More … The post POTD: SA-80 in the Falklands Onion Ranges appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Army, Argentina, Photo of the Day, Mortar, SA-80, British Ministry of Defence, Dont invade the Falklands, East Falkland


Argentina to freeze prices of goods in bid to tame inflation

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentina’s government is freezing the prices of 60 essential products and some services in a bid to tame spiraling inflation. President Mauricio Macri announced Wednesday that the goods affected include flour, oil, rice and personal hygiene items. He also said prices for services such as telephone plans will not be […]
Tags: Business, News, Nation, Argentina, Mauricio Macri, Buenos Aires Argentina


El insólito pedido de Argentino de Merlo a River antes de la Copa Argentina

El Secretario del equipo del Oeste del Gran Buenos Aires es fanático del Millonario y le solicitó algo muy especial al Muñeco Gallardo.
Tags: News, Argentina, Gran Buenos Aires


Iguaz falls

WOW. Spectacular. We were incredibly lucky with the weather. Two days of blue sky to see the falls and today the day we fly back to Buenos Aires it is raining. Day one we walked the trails on the Argentina side of the fall and yesterday we crossed into B
Tags: Travel, Argentina, Buenos Aires, Iguaz


#Qatar Petroleum wins offshore exploration rights in Argentina - Reuters

Qatar Petroleum wins offshore exploration rights in Argentina - Reuters:Qatar Petroleum has won exploration rights in five offshore blocks in Argentina as part of two consortia, the company said in a statement on its website.The consortium for three blocks in the Malvinas West basin is made up of an ExxonMobil affiliate with a 70 percent interest, and a Qatar Petroleum affiliate with a 30 percent.The consortium for two blocks in the North Argentina basin comprises an affiliate of Shell with a 60...
Tags: Travel, ExxonMobil, Argentina, Shell, North Argentina, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Argentina Reuters, Qatar Petroleum, Malvinas West basin


Wildlife watching Patagonia

For nature lovers and outdoors enthusiasts, South America’s Patagonian territory is often listed near the top of bucket-list destinations. The southernmost regions often get the most coverage for noteworthy places like Torres del Paine. While Patagonia’s mountains, glaciers, and icefields are spectacular, Patagonia in fact sprawls an astounding 402,000 square miles across two countries and 11 provinces. There is much more to discover in this vast landscape. For unforgettable wildlife sighting...
Tags: Travel, Unesco, Atlantic, Wildlife, Chile, Argentina, Patagonia, South America, All, Patagonian, DirecTV, Golfo Nuevo, Puerto Piramides, Argentinian Patagonia, Valdes Peninsula, Stephanie Frias


'For me, it was everything': the trailblazing school for trans people | Natalie Alcoba

At 15, bigotry drove Viviana Gonzalez from school. Decades on, a dedicated school in Buenos Aires is putting wrong to rightViviana Gonzalez vividly remembers her first day of high school.She was 12, and imagined a future as a doctor, a teacher or an artist. But the school administrator in her home town in Argentina looked at her long hair, noticed the boy’s name on her ID and kicked her out “like a dog”, admonishing her for wearing “a costume”. She refused to cut her hair and wear a tie. “I was ...
Tags: Gender, Americas, Society, World news, Transgender, Global development, Argentina, Buenos Aires, Gonzalez, Viviana, Women's rights and gender equality, Natalie Alcoba, Viviana Gonzalez


Exxon Mobil wins three exploration blocks offshore Argentina

The three blocks will add about 2.6 million net acres to Exxon's existing holdings in Argentina, the company said. The blocks are located in the Malvinas basin, about 200 miles (320 kms) offshore Tierra del Fuego. Exxon's existing Argentina holdings include 315,000 net acres spread over seven blocks in the onshore Neuquén Basin of the Vaca Muerta unconventional oilfield and a business support center in Buenos Aires.
Tags: Science, Exxon Mobil, Argentina, Exxon, Malvinas, Vaca Muerta, Fuego Exxon, Neuquén Basin


Build Your Own Adventure in South America

. There are some luxury travelers who want to let someone else make 100% of the plans. There are others who want to figure out every single detail on their own. But for all of those who are somewhere in between, the tour company Surtrek offers a nifty online trip planner for South America. In the world of travel agents and tour companies, there are all kinds of ways that travel clients are referred to: FIT, MICE, groups, fixed departure, custom, excursion clients, and all kinds of other permuta...
Tags: Travel, Santiago, Chile, Argentina, Patagonia, South America, Ecuador, Tours, Galapagos Islands, Travel Life, Luxury Tours, Salta, Nature Tours, Adventure Tours, Andes, Honeymoon Destinations


What Makes Italian Passion Unique

Passion can bloom anywhere. Think of France, with its culinary cathedrals; Spain, with its torrid bullfights; Argentina, with its sultry tango. How is la passione italiana different? “First of all, Italian passion is always personal,” says Marco Spagnoli, a prizewinning film director and critic as well as an astute cultural observer. The goal can be grand or modest—a multimedia spectacular or a family video, a new restaurant or a perfect re-creation of a great-grandmother’s lasagne. Its signifi...
Tags: Travel, France, Spain, Rome, Italy, Argentina, Spagnoli, Dianne Hales, Marco Spagnoli, Luigi Barzini


US releases new documents on Argentina’s dirty war

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is giving Argentina 5,600 newly declassified documents related to human rights abuses committed during the military dictatorship that ruled the South American country between 1976 and 1983. The collection comes from 16 agencies and adds to the nearly 50,000 pages of documents already delivered in previous releases as part of […]
Tags: News, Washington, US, Ap, Nation, Argentina


Jorge Luis Borges Draws a Self-Portrait After Going Blind

Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986), one of the great writers to come out of Argentina, went blind when he was  only 55 years old. As unsettling as it must have been, it wasn't particularly a surprise. He once told The New York Times, "I knew I would go blind, because my father, my paternal grandmother, my great-grandfather, they had all gone blind." In the years following that life-changing moment, Borges never learned braille and could no longer read. But he did continue to write; he served as the ...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Twitter, College, New York City, Harvard, Argentina, Literature, The New York Times, Times, Jorge Luis Borges, Facebook Twitter, William F Buckley, Borges, Strand Bookstore


'We are hostages': indigenous Mapuche accuse Chile and Brazil of genocide

Group told the International Criminal Court the countries had committed genocide and torture against Indigenous populationsRepresentatives of South America’s indigenous Mapuche people have petitioned the International Criminal Court (ICC) to take action against the governments of Chile and Argentina for acts of genocide and crimes against humanity.Lonko Juana Calfunao, who led the delegation to the Hague on Thursday said that since their formations, both countries had committed crimes including ...
Tags: Americas, World news, Chile, International criminal court, Brazil, Argentina, Indigenous Peoples, South America, International Criminal Court ICC, Hague, Lonko Juana Calfunao


How a Nazi Battleship Captain Was Tricked Into Sinking His Own Warship

The loss of the Graf Spee was a blow to the prestige of Hitler's small but expensive navy, for which even the loss of a single heavy warship was significant. Within six months, the Bismarck would join the Graf Spee on the Atlantic sea bed. Within eight months, HMS Exeter would be sunk by the Japanese at the Battle of the Java Sea.Just before he put the gun to his head and pulled the trigger, the German officer penned a final note."For a captain with a sense of honor, it goes without saying t...
Tags: News, Atlantic, Argentina, Hitler, South Atlantic, Bismarck, Montevideo Uruguay, Graf Spee, Hans Langsdorff, Buenos Aires Langsdorff, Langsdorff


Man Utd fans angry with way Paul Pogba greeted Lionel Messi at Old Trafford

The Manchester United midfielder appeared pleased to see Argentina international Lionel Messi [Author: Jake Polden]
Tags: News, Manchester United, Old Trafford, Lionel Messi, Argentina, Paul Pogba, Jake Polden


CHAIRMAN’S NOTE * Universal Aviation Argentina now open to support your missions

While much of the business aviation industry will be focused on the Far East and next week’s ABACE, I have some very exciting news to share on the other side of the world. We’re thrilled to announce that our newest Universal Aviation location, Universal Aviation Argentina, is now open and ready to support your critical missions. Whether it’s business trips to Buenos Aires or visits to breath-taking destinations like Ushuaia to Igauzu, traffic to Argentina is up. And you’ve made it clear to ...
Tags: Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Patagonia, Aviation, Buenos Aires, Ushuaia, Far East, Greg Evans, Aviation Inc, Latinamerica, Southamerica, Universal Aviation, SADF, Universal News, Igauzu


Millennials for Socialism

Opinion If one needed evidence of the gross ignorance of millennials, and their teachers and college professors, it's their solid support for socialism and socialist presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders. USA – -(Ammoland.com)- If one needed evidence of the gross ignorance of millennials, and their teachers and college professors, it's their solid support for socialism and socialist presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders. Socialism has produced tragedy wherever it has been implement...
Tags: South Korea, Usa, Guns, Australia, North Korea, Germany, America, Canada, South Africa, Socialism, Argentina, Denmark, Venezuela, Ussr, Nicolás Maduro, Guyana


Movo grabs $22.5M to get more cities in LatAm scooting

Madrid-based micromobility startup Movo has closed a €20 million (~$22.5M) Series A funding round to accelerate international expansion. The 2017 founded Spanish startup targets cities in its home market and in markets across LatAm, offering last mile mobility via rentable electric scooters (e-mopeds and e-scooters) plotted on an app map. It’s a subsidiary of local ride-hailing firm, Cabify, which provided the seed funding for the startup. Movo’s Series A round is led by two new investors:...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, Gadgets, Transportation, Mobile, Europe, Mexico, Tech, Spain, Colombia, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Madrid, Latin America