Bernie Sanders: Fidel Castro Wasn’t So Bad… — The Last Refuge

Well, Bernie can write-off Florida; literally, write it off. This is such a mega-mistake, it’s impossible to overestimate. Bernie Sanders doesn’t even need to bother campaigning in Florida… and I’ll be surprised if he doesn’t lose the Democrat primary to Bloomberg… that’s how big an effen’ deal this is. The Latino, Cuba, Argentina and Venezuelan […]

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What the World’s Most Controversial Herbicide Is Doing to Rural Argentina — Longreads

After enormous lobbying efforts, Monsanto’s GMO soybeans, treated with Roundup, became the country’s largest export, as cancer rates and other health issues skyrocketed.

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Argentina 2019 — Flavia Vinci

Our magic trip Argentina 2019 has come to an end. I am aware it has been pretty difficult and confusing to catch up with our stops and understand where we were. Here you go our schedule: Day 1. Buenos Aires Day 2. Buenos Aires Day 3. Montevideo (Uruguay) Day 4. Punta del Este and Casa […]

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My Vogel Cousins: From Germany to Argentina — Brotmanblog: A Family Journey

Before I return to the family of Meyer Goldschmidt, I have two more posts to share relating to other family members. Today I want to share some wonderful photographs I received from my fourth cousin, once removed, Patricia, the daughter of Heinz Vogel, granddaughter of Sophie Katz and Isaak Vogel, great-granddaughter of Rosa Katzenstein and […]

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The Backpacker’s Guide to Bariloche, Argentina — The Partying Traveler

Bariloche, located at the northern edge of Patagonia, is one of Argentina and South America’s top travel destinations. This beautiful town situated on the shores of several different lakes and surrounded by mountains is a nature-lover’s dream. The area feels like a dream, an oasis in the otherwise desolate Patagonian steppe. Bariloche has a perfect […]

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Iguazu Falls Argentina — Endless Roaming

One two three four …. Waterfalls

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Amazing Pakistan 🇵🇰 — ღ کچھ دل سے ღ

Location: #Kaghan #Seahkundipeak

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CORONA AND THE THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES LIKE PAKISTAN — haroonsblog

Catastrophe has struck our world in form of Corona Virus. It has shocked and devastated the whole world. Even the Developed Countries like Italy, Spain, USA, UK, France, Germany,Australia are having difficulty to cope with it. China has almost overcome it with great efforts and precautionary measure. What about third world countries? How are we […]

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January Squares: Jerusalem Twilight — Wanderlust and Wonderment

For Becky’s January Squares with the topic _____light, this is a sequence of three photos taken from a lookout (Mt. Scopus, I think) when we first arrived in Jerusalem. The sun was setting, below the horizon, so these are views of Jerusalem at twilight. The Golden Dome on Temple Mount takes center stage in this […]

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Brexit si alegerile din România — ADRIAN NĂSTASE

At the end of this month, Britain will leave the European Union. I do not propose, for the moment, to discuss the consequences of this decision. But I think it is worth examining, more closely, the MODALITY by which this decision was reached (referendum plus election round). This year, local elections and parliamentary elections will take place. How […]

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