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Breaking News: History: A century in black and yellow.
 
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Mendoza :: Argentina | updated 2012-11-02 20:07:51 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Continue to be the salvation when we did not point to a place or in emergency situations. Taxis movements which with its black and yellow color to the city, met in Mendoza its centenary. Remember: it was in May 1911...
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Asunción :: Paraguay | updated 2012-04-19 12:16:06 -0700 | arts-culture-news

In the midst of a torrential rain and power outages in the middle of Te Deum in the Cathedral, in the presence of the presidents of Uruguay and Bolivia, Paraguay on Saturday celebrated the bicentennial of its independence from Spain...
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Breaking News:  2,500 years old Tombs found in Peru.
 
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Lambayeque :: Peru | updated 2012-04-19 12:16:07 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Peruvian archaeologists have discovered three graves of 2,500 years of pre-Columbian Cupisnique culture (1500 BC to 1000 BC) and high level of style pottery in the region of Lambayeque (north), said Francisco Valle Riestra researcher in the press on Saturday."The...
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Breaking News: Paraguay celebrates its bicentennial with festivals
 
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Asunción :: Paraguay | updated 2012-04-19 12:16:08 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Paraguay this weekend celebrates 200 years of independence from Spain with a program of official events and popular music include concerts, parades, military, student parties, academic events, religious ceremonies and inaugurations.Of the acts involved, with President Fernando Lugo, his counterparts...
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Breaking News: In Sexy Brazil, Religion Dictates Abortion Laws (Video)
 
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São Paulo :: Brazil | updated 2012-07-28 03:20:05 -0700 | arts-culture-news

In Brazil, a country where abortion is still illegal, religion is still the primary influence when it comes to abortion policy. Consequently, backstreet abortions and other dangerous methods of terminating pregnancy are increasingly common. Statistics : 65 percent of Brazilians...
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Breaking News: Two recommended books:
 
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Belém :: Brazil | updated 2013-06-12 18:41:04 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Amazon Amazon Cale Street home of Bernardo Gutiérrez (Altaïr). A superb travel book by someone as he himself recognizes, succumbed to the call of travel and journalism. For those who do not know it, Bernardo Gutierrez has been, among other...
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Georgetown :: Guyana | updated 2013-06-12 18:42:25 -0700 | arts-culture-news

By Shubha Singh, Book: "The Sly Company of People Who Care"; Author: Rahul Bhattacharya; Publisher: Picador; Price: Rs.495, Pages: 280.Guyana on the northern coast of South America is an exotic, forgotten land, once termed the poorest country on the continent....
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Breaking News: The Aluminum Show
 
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Florianópolis :: Brazil | updated 2012-07-27 00:13:26 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Note: Technical Problems prevent a video from loading. I believe it's well worth pursuing. My recommendation would be to go to The Aluminum Show's website. Or copy and paste www.aluminum-show.com in your browser. Call it a theatrical combination of Cirque...
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Breaking News: WORLD SHORTEST MAN WAS FOUND IN COLOMBIA
 
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Bogotá :: Colombia | updated 2012-01-18 09:47:50 -0800 | arts-culture-news

Edward Nino Hernandez a 24 year old Colombian measuring just 27 ins high (70cm). He is take the title of a world's shortest man and it was officially certified by the Guiness World Records. Nino was the oldest of the...
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Buenos Aires :: Argentina | updated 2012-04-19 12:17:26 -0700 | arts-culture-news

They are artists who surprised everyone with their creations outdoors. Do not miss these 15 paintings street that change the way of seeing the world. The artists lining the streets and people appreciate such a moment of elevation, in the...
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Breaking News: Chileans believe that the Catholic Church covers up sexual abuse
 
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Santiago :: Chile | updated 2012-07-27 07:58:47 -0700 | arts-culture-news

A survey conducted by the Chilean press pointed out that 88% of Chileans believe that the Catholic Church hid information about alleged sexual abuse by priests. The survey, sponsored by the newspaper "La Tercera", also indicates that 74% of citizens...
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Breaking News: Caribbean Street Theatre.
 
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Basseterre :: Saint Kitts and Nevis | updated 2011-12-12 20:54:50 -0800 | arts-culture-news

Scenic Independence Square in Basseterre St. Kitts came alive on Friday March 25 with the street performance of the play "When man make Woman Heart Turn Hard like Iron".The title of the play presented in the catchy Caribbean-styled patois. The...
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Breaking News: U.S. People Need to Be Reminded: They aren't the Only 'Americans' (La Nacion, Chile)
 
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Santiago :: Chile | updated 2011-12-02 18:43:25 -0800 | arts-culture-news

It's a long standing complaint across Latin America: Who Gave the people of the United States the exclusive right to call themselves 'Americans'? With President Obama on a state visit to Chile, columnist Orlando Alfonso Olave of Chile's La Nacion...
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Breaking News: Mark Zuckerberg and the 'Muses' of Rio's Carnival: O Globo, Brazil
 
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São Paulo :: Brazil | updated 2011-12-04 12:58:42 -0800 | technology-news

What's the connection between the women of Rio's Carnival and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg? For Brazil's O Globo, Mônica Geraldi Valentim writes that even if women have become more financially independent in recent decades, the length to which they'll go...
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