- Soccer star among missing after plane disappears over English Channel
Argentinian soccer star Emiliano Sala was one of two people aboard a small plane that went missing over the English Channel, the French civil aviation authority said Tuesday. The single-engine aircraft, a Piper PA-46 Malibu, had departed at 7:15 p.m. Monday from the French city of Nantes and was headed for Cardiff, the capital of...
- EMERGING MARKETS-Latam shares rally on trade optimism
Latin American stocks rallied sharply on
Friday, with Brazil shares hitting yet another record high and
Argentine stocks rising more than 2 percent, as equities around
the world were cheered by the possibility of the China-U.S.
trade conflict ending.
The latest boost in sentiment came after a report on Thursday
that U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was considering
lifting some or all tariffs imposed on Chin
- Artist Eugenio Cuttica drops $1.3M on large Long Island home
Buenos Aires-born contemporary artist Eugenio Cuttica has just bought a home at 12 Whitebrook Drive in Flanders, NY, just east of Riverhead, for $1.3 million. That’s the highest-priced sale in the hamlet, known as the home of the big duck. The mod-looking 3,000-square-foot home — which features four bedrooms and fireplaces — is bound to...
- Brazil, Argentina step up pressure on Venezuela's Maduro
Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro and Argentina's President Mauricio Macri said after their first meeting on Wednesday that they agreed on opposing Venezuela's authoritarian government, with Macri calling Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro a "dictator."
- Brazil, Argentina leaders step up pressure on Venezuela's Maduro
Brazil's far-right President Jair Bolsonaro and Argentina's President Mauricio Macri said after their first meeting on Wednesday that they agreed on their opposition to Venezuela's authoritarian government, with Macri calling Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro a "dictator."
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