Wednesday, 17 July 2019
Wednesday, 17 July 2019
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Cuba hopes for slight growth as Trump pummels Caribbean island
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel said upon closing the meeting on Saturday that a series of emergency measures announced this month aimed to stimulate domestic production and he hoped for slight grow...
Angels honor Skaggs with emotional no-hit masterpiece
Still reeling from the loss of their left-handed starter early last week in Texas, the Angels somehow blinked away their tears and excelled in every aspect of the game
Trump pattern is create a crisis, retreat, move on
It’s no surprise that Trump has difficulty conceding defeat, even when it’s plain as day
US invests in southern Mexico to discourage migration in the region
The two projects that took shape are the construction of a natural gas liquefaction plant and the creation of a wind power plant, which represent a direct investment of almost 500 million dollars
NBA 2019's free agency: new moves, new strategies
A series of moves that left Toronto and Golden State as the two biggest losers promise an extraordinary 2019-20 campaign in the best basketball in the world
Crossing the border between hunger, the river and the desert
Around 110,000 people are arrested each year trying to enter the United States illegally, but hundreds of thousands more are able to reach their destinations
As Beetle ends, iconic original thrives in Mexico City hills
The Beetle is dead. Long live the Beetle
Mexico calls out Louis Vuitton for using traditional pattern
It is the second time in less than a month that the Mexican government sent such a letter, the first time to another fashion house
OPEC may not be dead, but it is not what it was before
Not long ago, this group controlled, almost entirely, the oil market, but now it is dominated by other leaders
Texas billionaire H. Ross Perot dies at 89
The Texas billionaire who was born during the Depression in a poor family and was twice independent presidential candidate has died
Mexico's new National Guard was created to fight crime, but now it's in a face-off with migrants
The National Guard is a new security force created by the Mexican president, but now he has been entrusted with the task of patrolling the border
3 million US students don't have home internet
Students without internet at home are more likely to be students of color, from low-income families or in households with lower parental education levels
It's a new day in the NBA, and a welcomed change
The biggest piece of valid criticism about the league in recent years has been it's predictable
U.S. dream pulls African migrants in record numbers across Latin America
The migrants vying for entry at the U.S. southern border are mainly Central Americans. But growing numbers from a handful of African countries are joining them
Following two earthquakes, the searching for hidden tremors continues in Southern California
Ten times more earthquakes now detected in Southern California. The richer data set will allow scientists to gain a clearer picture of how seismic events affect the region
The Clippers are on their way to finally being the ‘big brother” in Los Angeles
Los Angeles Clippers signed Kawhi Leonard and Paul George. The team could become the number one squad in LA
A UCLA professor faces 219 years in prison for smuggling chips with military applications to China
A UCLA professor and electrical engineer was found guilty of conspiracy to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act
Jenni Rivera's biopic will tell her struggle in a male-dominated industry
The late Mexican-American singer and activist Jenni Rivera always dreamed of a biopic about her turbulent and inspirational life
Central America requires USD 20,000 billion to discourage migration to the US: BCIE president
As a result of migration, President Donald Trump has threatened to eliminate aid
An Argentinian and an American biologist win Princess of Asturias Research Award
The works that both biologists develop would have opened new lines of research to mitigate the effects of climate change
An armed conflict between the US and Iran would be a condemnation for the Middle East
The tensions between Trump and the Iranian regime in the last month may explode an armed conflict between countries. What would be the consequences?
The results of the G20 forum are positive, but limited
The meeting of the 20 largest economies in the world in the city of Osaka ended with optimism, but with few tangible agreements between the parties
What Trump's brief visit to North Korea means
The current president of the United States became the first in history to step on North Korean soil. Will negotiations proceed?
Should we believe Trump? These are the 3 times that he had to retract this month
Suspending the veto against Huawei is the third time this month that Trump has had to contradict his statements and opt for alternatives
A Picasso sold during Nazi flight can stay at New York's Met -U.S. court
The 2016 federal law gives people six years to file claims after learning the whereabouts of artwork lost between 1933 and 1945 because of Nazi persecution
With gay couple as stars, Mexican telenovela makes history
A Mexican soap opera, that debuted last Sunday, is set to make television history as the country's first telenovela to feature a gay couple as the leading characters
Cuts or closure? Safety fears loom for women at Mexico's trafficking shelters
Mexico’s few shelters for victims of human trafficking are under threat following a government crackdown
What is Latin America waiting for to stop looking north?
In the face of new threats of mass deportation and the re-election campaign of the president who issues them, the region has more reasons to question its relationship with the United States
Mexico revives the case of the 43 missing students
One of the most violent cases in the recent history of Mexico has become news, when a video was released in which public officials torture a detainee
Do you know which animals the United States wants to use as alarms?
The efficiency of military intelligence could be improved with the help of several marine animals. Here we tell you which ones
Another record in FIFA Women World Cup! USA 13, Thailand 0
The American women's soccer team scored the most goals in a World Cup match
MTV Miaw: the essence of a generation
The awards that were held in Mexico on June 23 are the clear example of what is the 'Millennial' generation: social media, urban music and many colors
How does Odebrecht bankruptcy affect victim countries of corruption?
The fact that Odebrecht has declared bankruptcy means only one thing: impunity for the cases in the countries that were victims of corruption
'Keep America Great': the slogan of the new Trump campaign
With an essentially anti-democratic and anti-immigrant speech, Trump formalized his candidacy for the next elections
San Miguel de Allende, the glorious bastion of viceregal art
The Mexican city is a Cultural Heritage of Humanity for its incomparable beauty and cultural richness
What is Apple's plan B for the Commercial War?
In the last month, tensions between Beijing and Washington have increased due to the commercial war. What other option does Apple have to deal with the situation?
The incredible stories of teams that stayed at the gates of glory
The recent cases of Leon in Mexico and Millionaires in Colombia bring to light some curiosities that are often experienced in the 'king sport'. Know what they are
The controversial cases of Adam Humphries and the 49ers in the NFL
During the pause for the 2019-20 NFL season, this receiver and the San Francisco team made decisions that perhaps were not the best
Laura Yeager and women in the army
The American has achieved what few women in the world have done: stand out in an army where the majority are men and gender is an impediment
Meet the artist who applies augmented reality in his works of art
LatinAmerican Post interviewed the Mexican artist who uses augmented reality in his works, knows the details here
These are the Latin American crafts you should know
Here we show some of the most important crafts from different Latin American countries
Goodbye to plastic in San Andrés and Canada
In order to protect the environment, by 2021, the North American country and the Latin American island will have abolished the single-use plastics
Latam Booklook: 'A Confederacy of Dunces' by John Kenedy Toole
In this hilarious novel, human nature and capitalism are questioned based on its protagonist, Ignatius Rilley, a particular and emblematic character
What does the alliance between Russia and Huawei mean?
The Chinese company will coordinate with the Slavic country to develop 5G technology
The 5 richest singers in the United States
In the list of Forbes' 'America's Richest Self Made Women', singers are also present. Which have the greatest fortunes in the US? UU.?
100 years of the NFL: what do you need to know about its history?
Tom Brady and Bill Belichik are looking to break personal records as well as the New England Patriots, while Kansas City is now the favorite
Marien Luévano talks about flamenco with LatinAmerican Post
Mexican choreographer and dancer spoke with LatinAmerican Post about flamenco and Hojas de Té
Star Wars and other Disney worlds
From now on, you can visit the world of Star Wars at Disney. But wait, Disney brings you other worlds that you can visit on your trip
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