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Stories for June 7th 2024

  • Friday, June 7th 2024 - 20:40 UTC

    Buenos Aires media workers highly underpaid

    “The serious situation cannot be solved by hiding it,” Lecchi explained

    A survey conducted by the Union of Buenos Aires Journalists (SiPreBA) found that 3 out of every 4 newspeople in the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area (AMBA) had wages below the poverty line. The study was released in the wake of the June 7 Journalist Day celebrations in Argentina. Over 1,000 media workers were interviewed.

  • Friday, June 7th 2024 - 20:01 UTC

    VPs of China and Brazil highlight joint achievements

    Han (R) and Alckmin co-chaired the COSBAN meeting in Beijing

    Vice Presidents Han Zheng of China and Geraldo Alckmin of Brazil discussed strengthening strategic coordination while co-chairing the seventh China-Brazil High-Level Coordination and Cooperation Committee (COSBAN) meeting in Beijing.

  • Friday, June 7th 2024 - 19:45 UTC

    Russian fleet deployed to Caribbean Sea

    Russian propaganda often dubs the Admiral Gorshkov “the invisible frigate”

    A Russian nuclear submarine and three other warships will be participating alongside Cuban forces in a drill in the Caribbean Sea between June 12 and 17 to further deepen the friendly ties between the two countries, according to Havanna's Foreign Ministry.

  • Friday, June 7th 2024 - 15:42 UTC

    Falklands, “Argos Berbés”, the new Galician vessel for the fishing fleet

    The distinctive “Argos Berbés” with its inverted bow

    The Nodosa Shipyard at Marín in the Galician region of Spain has floated off one of the three large factory vessels it has under construction.

  • Friday, June 7th 2024 - 12:08 UTC

    Milei likes being the mole destroying the State from within

    An interview Milei gave to a US website The Free Press last week in California was broadcast Thursday

    Argentine President Javier Milei sparked controversy once again Thursday when an interview he gave last week to the news site The Free Press during his trip to the United States was aired. He said he loved “being the mole inside the State” who was to destroy it “from the inside,” thanks to which his country would become a paradise.

  • Friday, June 7th 2024 - 11:55 UTC

    Milei skipping Ukraine's peace conference and meeting with Macron

    Milei will be returning to Spain for the first time after the diplomatic clash with Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez

    After contradicting rumors circulating in Buenos Aires over the past few days, it was reported that President Javier Milei would attend the G7 Summit in Italy, in addition to a trip to Spain.

  • Friday, June 7th 2024 - 09:47 UTC

    Uruguay's Ancap posts US$ 48 million losses in three months

    Foto: Mauricio Zina / adhocFOTOS

    Uruguay's state-owned oil company Ancap reported this week losses worth US$ 48 million in the last three months after needing to import fuel to meet local demand following the shutdown of the La Teja refinery for maintenance work starting Sept. 4, 2023.