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In Chile, a Billionaire Takes the Reins From a Socialist, Again


SANTIAGO, Chile — For the third time in 12 years, Chile’s two transcending political figures will exchange the forces of the administration. The communist pioneer Michelle Bachelet impacted the world forever in 2006 by ending up first lady chose president in Chile. Be that as it may, after four years, voters went the other way, picking a moderate tycoon representative, ...

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Havana’s Symphony of Sound


Just before New Year’s Eve, my significant other and I exited our two youthful youngsters at home with my folks and sneaked down to Havana for a concise escape. You may be comfortable with this uncanny impression of kidlessness, as though you are escaping with something rash and possibly unlawful. More than once, I felt as though we had found ...

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Most of America’s Fruit Is Now Imported. Is That a Bad Thing?


AIt’s undeniable to any individual who visits an American store in winter — past presentations overflowing with Chilean grapes, Mexican berries and Vietnamese mythical beast organic product — that remote ranches supply quite a bit of our deliver. Imports have expanded consistently for a considerable length of time, however the degree of the change might shock: More than half of ...

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In Politics if Not Art, Realism Trumps Magic for Mario Vargas Llosa


SABERS AND UTOPIAS Dreams of Latin America By Mario Vargas Llosa Interpreted by Anna Kushner 260 pp. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. $28. THE NEIGHBORHOOD By Mario Vargas Llosa Interpreted by Edith Grossman 244 pp. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. $26. What to make of the vigorous Peruvian essayist Mario Vargas Llosa, contender for leader of his nation in 1990, victor of ...

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José Antonio Abreu, Venezuelan Musical Visionary, Dies at 78


José Antonio Abreu, who conveyed free traditional music lessons to kids in some of Venezuela’s poorest regions, made a generally copied arrangement of youth ensembles and saw his protégé, the conductor Gustavo Dudamel, win worldwide approval, passed on Saturday in Caracas. He was 78. His demise was declared by the Simón Bolívar Musical Foundation, which runs the program he established, ...

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Smaller Crowds, Quieter Shores as St. John Slowly Recovers


Nights can be vivacious in Cruz Bay and the shorelines are as yet welcoming. Be that as it may, significant resorts are shut and cleanup endeavors proceed. Tropical storms Irma and Maria crushed islands in the Caribbean last September. A half year later, how are they recuperating? To discover, journalists for Travel invested energy in Vieques, St. Martin, St. John ...

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Drones Spy Caribou on a Treacherous, Icy Crossing


Watching the crowd from above offered a more entire perspective of the creatures’ changing practices, and could propose bits of knowledge into other transitory species. Each fall, caribou assemble along the shores of Victoria Island in the Canadian Arctic and pause. Once the temperature drops and the ice gets sufficiently thick, many them cross together to territory Canada. There, on ...

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St. Martin After Irma: The Beaches Are Dazzling but There’s Work to Do


Typhoons Irma and Maria crushed islands in the Caribbean last September. A half year later, how are they recuperating? To discover, scholars for Travel invested energy in Vieques, St. Martin (beneath), St. John, Dominica and San Juan, P.R. A sprinkling of sun searchers had landed at the shoreline and were welcomed by two specialists offering accessories and sarongs. A nearby ...

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Canada’s Outdoor Rinks Are Melting. So Is a Way of Life.


WATERLOO, Ontario — Jack Williams and his sister, Cara, sat in their kitchen viewing their patio arena soften. “Father calls it a major water basin,” said Jack, who is 12. Their dad, Ian, affectionately modifies the arena consistently. He scoops it clear after every snowfall, and at times completes the 24-foot-by-48-foot surface with high temp water. He fusses over each ...

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