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  • Sep 28,2020
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The next mayor of Uruguay's capital is a woman, Carolina Cosse, an electronics engineer, who has worked in the private sector and more recently in government as head of Uruguay's telecom company and minister of industry. Sunday's county and municipal elections in Uruguay took place under adverse climate conditions and […] The post Uruguay Municipal Elections: Woman Elected...
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  • Sep 28,2020
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The beaches of Rio de Janeiro have once again recorded a great flow . . . To read the full NEWS and much more, Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed? Login Here Subscribe Login Here The post Rio Records Crowded Beaches on First Spring Sunday appeared first on The Rio Times. ]]>
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  • Sep 28,2020
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Five states are experiencing a new coronavirus outbreak. Amapá, Amazonas, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro, and Roraima have reported a rise in the number of deaths in the past seven days, compared to the average of the two preceding weeks, according to a G1 survey. In Brazil, deaths by coronavirus […] The post Several Brazilian States Show Covid-19 Is Once Again Rising...
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  • Sep 28,2020
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - For the first time in the history of World Tourism Day, the 2020 official celebration will be hosted by a group of countries and not a single UNWTO Member State. The cross-border cooperation of Mercosur Member States (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay plus Chile, an Associate Member) reflects the current need […] The post Mercosur Hosts World Tourism Day 2020 Official...
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  • Sep 28,2020
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - At 105 years of age, pensioner Guiomar Helena de Oliveira has been cured of the infection caused by the coronavirus and was discharged from the Itumbiara Field Hospital, in southern Goiás, where she had been hospitalized since September 19th. Her medical team celebrated her discharge with a party. Posters by […] The post Woman Age 105, Cured of Covid-19, Leaves Hospital...
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  • Sep 28,2020
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A state police (PM) and a civil police officer exchanged gunfire on Saturday night in the neighborhood of Perus, north of São Paulo capital, after a traffic accident. The case is under investigation by the forces and the Civil Police. The officers' names have not been disclosed. The accident followed […] The post Off-Duty State and Civil Police Officers Exchange Gunfire...
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  • Sep 28,2020
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Over the past 24 hours, Brazil has confirmed a further 14,318 people infected with the novel coronavirus. In the most recent update of the numbers of the disease in the country, released late yesterday afternoon, September 27th, the Ministry of Health added 335 Covid-19 deaths to the total. In Brazil, […] The post Brazil Confirms 14,318 Covid-19 Cases in Past 24 Hours...
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  • Sep 28,2020
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The 523,000 applications submitted to register for the November municipal elections have set a record number of female candidates and, for the first time in history, a self-declared 'negro' (including both black 'preto' or mixed-race 'pardo') majority over those who identify themselves as white. The increase in the number of […] The post Brazil Election Has Record Female...
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  • Sep 28,2020
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian and Libertadores Cup champion and holder of the largest fan base in Brazil, Flamengo has dominated the news in recent days for less successful events. The club that most pressured for the return of soccer in the first weeks of the novel coronavirus pandemic is now struggling with an […] The post Flamengo’s Stance Illustrates Shortcomings of Brazilian Soccer...
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  • Sep 28,2020
    RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Uruguayans love to vote and trust the certainty and guarantees of their electoral system. It's part of the Uruguayan ingrained political culture and helps explain the stability of the South American country. This Sunday Uruguayans are again going to the polls to elect the mayors of the 19 counties which […] The post Major Challenge for Uruguay’s Pandemic: 2.3 Million...
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