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(Brasilia - DF, 13/11/2019) President of the Republic, Jair Bolsonaro Brazil culture secretary forced out after appearing to paraphrase Nazi Goebbels
Roberto Alvim set off a storm of outrage with comments about culture that were eerily reminiscent of Hitler’s propaganda chief ‘Like going back 40 years’: dismay as... (photo: Creative Commons / Marcos Corra) The Guardian
Brazil   Nazi Goebbels   Photos   Roberto Alvim   Wikipedia: Roberto Alvim  
GSAT-30 is a telecommunication satellite developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). India's communication satellite GSAT-30 successfully launched by ISRO
In what comes as a momentous technological feat, India's latest communication satellite 'GSAT-30' was successfully launched by the Indian Space Research Organ... (photo: ISRO) DNA India
GSAT-30   Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit   ISRO   Photos   wikipedia:GSAT-30  
Image showing glace mountains at Antarctica, March 10, 2016. Brazil inaugurates rebuilt Antarctic research base
Brazilian officials inaugurated the country’s new Antarctica scientific base on King George Island Wednesday, nearly eight years after a deadly fire destroyed most ... (photo: Creative Commons / Pixabay/skeeze) Federal News Radio
Antarctica   Brazil   Photos   Research Base   Wikipedia: Antarctica  
File - Syrian refugee children in a Lebanese school classroom. The best countries in the world to raise a child, ranked
Expectant parents may want to consider moving to Scandinavia, as a new report has revealed Denmark, Sweden and Norway top the list of best countries in the world for rais... (photo: Creative Commons / DFID - UK Department for International Development https://www.flickr.com/people/14214150@N02) The Independent
Parenting   Photos   Quality Of Life   Scandinavia   Wikipedia: Quality of life  
Venezuela's self-declared interim leader Juan Guaido speaks to supporters in a public plaza in Las Mercedes neighborhood of Caracas, Venezuela, Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019 Armed civilians attack opposition convoy outside Venezuelan congress
A group of armed civilians attacked a convoy of vehicles carrying Venezuelan opposition politicians to congress on Wednesday, as President Nicolas Maduro seeks to bar opp... (photo: AP / Rodrigo Abd) Reuters
Juan Guaido   Nicolas Maduro   Photos   Venezuela Crisis   Wikipedia: Venezuelan presidential crisis  
Robert Farah (COL), US Open Farah pulls out of Australian Open after failed drug test
BOGOTA, Jan. 14 (Xinhua) -- Men's doubles world No.1 Robert Farah withdrew from this month's Australian Open on Tuesday after a positive doping test. | The 32-year-old Co... (photo: Creative Commons / Robbie Mendelson) Xinhua
Australian Open   Doping test   Photos   Robert Farah   Wikipedia: Robert Farah (tennis)  
Amazon Rainforest - Deforestation in Brazil - IBAMA Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon up 85% in 2019
Brasmlia: Deforestation in the Amazon rainforest in northern Brazil soared 85 per cent in 2019, compared with the previous year, official data showed Tuesday. | The ... (photo: Creative Commons / Ibama) Gulf News
Amazon fires   Amazon rainforest   Deforestation in Brazil   Photos   Wikipedia: Deforestation in Brazil  
Machu Picchu, Peru mountains Peru to deport tourists for allegedly damaging, defecating at Machu Picchu
LIMA — Peruvian police said on Tuesday they would deport five tourists and prosecute another after they allegedly damaged stonework and defecated among the ruins at... (photo: Creative Commons) Toronto Sun
Machu Picchu   Photos   Tourism in Peru   UNESCO   Wikipedia: Machu Picchu  
Display of Lindt chocolate bunnies at a retail store Sugar hits two-year highs; cocoa rallies
LONDON — Sugar futures on ICE hit two-year highs on Tuesday, extending a rally this year amid tightening supplies and technical buying, while cocoa futures also gai... (photo: Creative Commons / Mike Mozart) Canada Dot Com
Business   Cocoa price   Photos   Sugar price   Wikipedia: Cocoa  
A plume of smoke rises from fire in a huge wood chip pile at a mill in Eden, Australia, Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020. Australia fires: Smoke to make ‘full circuit’ around globe, Nasa says
Smoke from the wildfires that have devastated swathes of Australia is so extensive it will circle the planet to blight the country again, Nasa has said. | Experts said th... (photo: AP / Rick Rycroft) The Independent
Atmosphere   Australia Wildfires   NASA   Photos   Wikipedia: 201920 Australian bushfire season  
Machu Picchu, Peru mountains Six tourists arrested after feces found in sacred Machu Picchu area
Six tourists, including a French woman, have been arrested over accusations that they damaged Peru's cultural heritage by defecating in a sacred temple at the iconic Mach... (photo: Creative Commons) Inquirer
Cusco   Machu Picchu   Photos   Tourism in Peru   Wikipedia: Machu Picchu  
Human Rights activists from Amnesty International light a mock Olympic torch during a rally outside the Chinese Embassy at the financial district of Makati city, east of Manila, Philippines to mark the global protest at the start of the 100 days countdown leading to the August 2008 More than 300 human rights activists were killed in 2019, report reveals
Colombia was the bloodiest nation with 103 murders and the Philippines was second, followed by Brazil, Honduras and Mexico More than 300 human rights defenders working to... (photo: AP / Bullit Marquez) The Guardian
Freedom of Speech   Human Rights   Photos   Wikipedia: Human rights defender  
Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro speaks during an interview with The Associated Press at Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019 U.S. targets Maduro-picked top legislator, six others in fresh Venezuelan sanctions
WASHINGTON — The United States on Monday imposed sanctions on seven Venezuelan government officials it said led a bid by President Nicolas Maduro to wrest control o... (photo: AP / Ariana Cubillos) Canada Dot Com
Luis Para   Photos   Us Sanctions   Venezuela Crisis   Wikipedia: Venezuela