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  • Saturday, December 2nd 2023 - 11:19 UTC

    Spotify exiting Uruguay as of February

    Lacalle admitted he was among the customers who received Spotify's email

    The global music and podcast streaming service Spotify Friday warned its Uruguayan users that the platform would be leaving the South American country shortly citing “drastic changes in the way music works” locally and that no new accounts can be opened after Dec. 28, it was reported in Montevideo.

  • Wednesday, November 29th 2023 - 05:13 UTC

    Uncover the exciting adventures awaiting in Las Vegas

    Photo: Pexels

    For most people, this dazzling jewel of the Nevada desert does not need an introduction. Known for its gambling culture, Las Vegas has a rich tapestry of adventures that appeals to travelers from all walks of life. It is the most populated in Nevada and the 25th most inhabited city in the United States.

  • Saturday, November 25th 2023 - 10:50 UTC

    Brazilian Football Confederation to take action against hate speech

    CBF President Ednaldo Rodrigues was dubbed an “Indian” due to his native lineage

    Following this week's loss to Argentina at the Maracana Stadium in a World Cup qualifying match, Brazilian players of African ethnicity were called “monkeys” on the social network Instagram while Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) President Ednaldo Rodrigues was dubbed an “Indian” due to his native lineage. In this scenario, the CBF announced Friday it would take legal action.

  • Thursday, November 23rd 2023 - 10:11 UTC

    Legal action sought against Roger Waters in Chile

    Waters has faced multiple hindrances on his South American tour

    Chile's Jewish Community Wednesday filed a request for judiciary protection against British pop singer Roger Waters of Pink Floyd fame, it was reported in Santiago.

  • Sunday, November 19th 2023 - 14:13 UTC

    Taylor fan dies in Rio's scorching heat

    Swift was devastated by what happened

    A 23-year-old fan of US pop music star Taylor Swift died Friday night of a heart attack amid Rio de Janeiro's historic heat wave that is already casting doubts on next Tuesday's World Cup football playoffs clash between Brazil and Lionel Messi's reigning world champions Argentina at the iconic Maracana Stadium.

  • Thursday, November 16th 2023 - 06:36 UTC

    Adventure awaits: Exploring the world's most thrilling tourism destinations

    Photo: Te lensFix

    When we think of adventure tourism, images of adrenaline-pumping activities like bungee jumping, white-water rafting, and zip-lining often come to mind. While these activities certainly make for exciting adventures, adventure tourism encompasses a wide range of thrilling experiences that cater to all sorts of interests and preferences. From scaling towering mountains to exploring the depths of the ocean, the world is filled with incredible destinations that offer unforgettable adventures for travelers seeking a rush of excitement. In this blog post, we will explore some of the most adventurous and thrilling tourism destinations around the globe, and we'll start our journey with an unexpected twist: casinos.

  • Wednesday, November 15th 2023 - 18:10 UTC

    Roger Waters denied hotel rooms in Buenos Aires, Montevideo for his stance on Middle East issues

    Waters said it was the work of pro-Israel lobbyists

    Former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters has been denied room bookings at two Montevideo hotels because of his anti-Israel stance on the ongoing Middle East conflict with the terrorist group Hamas.

  • Tuesday, November 14th 2023 - 07:28 UTC

    Legal or illegal casinos: What to choose?

    While the appeal of illegal casinos is undeniable, they come with a multitude of risks that can outweigh the potential benefits.

    The world of gambling has evolved significantly in recent years. With the advent of online casinos, the options for players have expanded exponentially.

  • Tuesday, November 7th 2023 - 09:40 UTC

    Seven Cubans defect during Pan American Games in Chile

    Six members of the women’s field hockey team decided not to return to the Caribbean country

    Seven Cuban athletes have left the Caribbean country’s delegation at the Santiago (Chile) Pan-American Games unwilling to return home, it was reported in the Chilean capital. According to international media covering the sporting event, six members of the women’s field hockey team and one hurdler were involved in the incident.

  • Saturday, November 4th 2023 - 23:31 UTC

    Fluminense beat Boca Juniors in extra time for first Libertadores Cup title

    Cano was the tournament's top scorer and most valuable player

    Substitute John Kennedy gave Fluminense a crucial 2-1 win over Argentina's Boca Juniors on Saturday to secure the Rio de Janeiro club's first Libertadores Cup title in a cliffhanger final at the legendary Maracana stadium.