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Teachers in Buenos Aires carried out a 48-hour strike last week to ... General Law on Humanities, Sciences, Technologies and Innovation was pushed ...

Teachers in Buenos Aires carried out a 48-hour strike last week to repudiate a sellout agreement by their union while workers at San Diego Metropolitan Transit System walked out for four days last week over contract issues.

Argentina has one of the world's highest inflation rates - nearly 100% - and this is causing many people to reduce the quantity and quality of food they eat.

But Argentina is also one of the world's top food producers and exporters, particularly when it comes to soy, corn and wheat.

How did the country get here? What can be done to improve the situation? And can agroecology help? Latest Thin Ink is out.

#foodsystems #argentina #LatinAmerica

The #LatinAmerica Early Career Earth System Scientist Network (#LAECESS): addressing present and future challenges of the upcoming generations of scientists in the region
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Mexico is one of the world's most dangerous places to be a journalist, with at least 17 media workers killed in 2022.

Mercosur’s refusal to host Zelensky at its 60th Summit is yet further confirmation of Latin America’s largely neutral stance on the Ukraine conflict. The US is beginning to get worried.


Before the Euro 2020 final, there is a bigger rivalry locking horns - it's the Copa America 2021 final in Brazil.

Two superstars set to lead Argentina and Brazil in Copa America final played at Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

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