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The tunnel conflict is exacerbated by protests and stops in rush hour from Monday

Protests in the subway follow. Metrodelegados announced a new schedule for windlass interruption and opening next week, the third since the conflict began in mid-April. The measures will be more serious, as will include the top scheme . This morning, with interruptions in the line H service, metrodelegados had completed the campaign in rejecting the agreement parity signed by UTA …

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The Book Fair broke a movie against the oppressors' trials

At the fair there was an activity for today, Thursday. In Borgesrummet, the documentary will be a revenge directed by Andrés Paternostro and produced by the Salta Center for History, Politics and Human Rights. However, through a press release, the Fundación El Libro organizer presents the fair that the law ended. "No actions or activities that can pose risks, offend …

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Domingo Cavallo: "An Economist Is Missing"

Domingo Cavallo in "Dos Voces" Credit: Capture TN "En Dos Voces" In the most turbulent economic day of Macrist administration, the former minister once again became public yesterday Domingo Felipe Cavallo The architect of convertibility in the 1990s and Corralito 2001. Although expressing his general support to the government, he was lapidarian with the leadership of the economy and made …

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The combustion plant near the Eiffel Tower, a model for Ceamse

The Paris hospital, along the Seine River, is the model the authorities say they promote Source: Archive – Credit: María Elena Polack While the legislator is debating Projects to allow incineration of Buenos Aires garbage, prohibited by law 2005, dedicated to treating the waste of the city and 40 municipalities in the Buenos Aires agglomeration, warns that in five years …

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With a power failure, the distillery stopped and the capital shook

A general power outage throughout the capital caused disturbances in homes, businesses, industries and public dependencies. The worst part was taken by the YPF distillery, which, due to power outage, stopped activity throughout the petrochemical industry, generated flashes, black smoke from the torches and the smells in the surrounding neighborhood. Edelap reported that the break lasted 15 minutes and the …

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