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Month: March 2024

Trump’s immigration rhetoric makes inroads with some Democrats. That could be a concern for Biden

By WILL WEISSERT and JILL COLVIN Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The video shared by Donald Trump features horror movie music and footage of migrants purportedly entering the U.S. from countries including Cameroon, Afghanistan and China. Shots of men with tattoos and videos of violent crime are set against close-ups of people waving and wrapping

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Solucionado el impasse diplomático entre Colombia y Argentina por las declaraciones de Milei: embajadores volverán a Buenos Aires y Bogotá

Luis Ernesto Quintana Barney (CNN Español) — Argentina y Colombia anunciaron este domingo que sus cancillerías han “mantenido conversaciones para afianzar las relaciones diplomáticas” por órdenes de sus mandatarios, Javier Milei y Gustavo Petro, respectivamente, luego de que esta semana se registrara una controversia por las declaraciones del mandatario argentino en una entrevista con Andrés Oppenheimer

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Japan’s central bank survey finds less optimistic manufacturers, but happier service sector

By YURI KAGEYAMA AP Business Writer TOKYO (AP) — A key Japanese central bank report says that sentiment among big manufacturers has sagged but optimism hit a three-decade high among large business outside the manufacturing sector. The Bank of Japan report issued Monday says sentiment among automakers, electronics giants and other large manufacturers declined in

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