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Brazil’s Presidential Election Will Determine the Planet’s Future

Opinion Video Featuring Txai SuruíBy Agnes Walton and Alessandra Orofino Video by Agnes Walton and Alessandra Orofino Ms. Walton is a producer with Opinion Video. Ms. Orofino is a co-founder and the executive director of Nossas.On Oct. 30, Brazilians go to the polls to elect their next president. But at stake is something far more…
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Putin Latin America

EU plans to stop Russian, Chinese expansion in Latin America

eyesonbrasil Amsterdam, 19 August 2022 — The European Union has finally noticed Russia’s and China’s advancements in Latin America and is devising a series of measures to counter those effects and avoid losing its traditional partners, international press releases reported. According to El País, Europe’s retreat from many countries in the region has left a space, which…
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The beautiful game

The dark side Anton Foek Amsterdam, 10 July 2021– Regardless of which team wins the European Football Championship on July 11th, three things are certain.  – The first is the large viewership in sports bars and homes: 600m watched the final of the tournament in 2016.  – The second is the soundtrack.  Italian fans will urge…
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John L. Plueger

Chief Executive Officer and President – A Portrait AF Amsterdam, July 5th 2021–John L. Plueger is Chief Executive Officer, President, and Member of the Board of Directors of Air Lease Corporation.  Air Lease Corporation is a leading aircraft leasing company principally engaged in purchasing commercial aircraft and leasing them to its valued airline customers worldwide.…
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Flying Car Aircar

Flying car completes its first inter-city flight

By: Maycol Vargas Sources: BBC e Klein Vision Amsterdam, July 1st, 2021 — The AirCar, a dual-mode prototype car-aircraft from Klein Vision, came closer to commercial production this week, reaching an important development milestone: a 35-minute flight from the International Airport of Nitra to Bratislava International Airport on June 28, 2021. The AirCar, under the…
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Beautiful Football Match

Finally The Beautiful Game has a Winner

The Perfect Pitch Part VII By William Ralston source The Guardian Amsterdam, June 19th 2021–The pitch held up perfectly. Towards the end of the match, Standley joined Frith in the tunnel, where they watched some of the final minutes together.  They chatted about Raheem Sterling’s goal, proud of the role they had both played in…
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New rules for airlines

Airlines plan to ramp up operations for the summer

By: Maycol Vargas Sources: Travel + Leisure, BNN, PAX Amsterdam, June 29, 2021 — Canada has announced that fully vaccinated Canadian citizens will suffer less restrictions when returning from travel. Following the announcement, airlines are ramping up their schedules for a turnaround, planned for the northern hemisphere summer. WestJet airline announced plans to restart dozens…
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Championships decided by the quality of the pitch

Plant science  Part VI by William Ralston source The Guardian Amsterdam June 19th 2021–“By the time you start the championships, the plant is on a slow keel to dying because you’re starving it,” he said. But the surface can’t be too dry at the start, “because otherwise the plant will be dead before you get…
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GE Aviation Sustainable Aviation Fuel

GE Aviation CEO Talks About Sustainable Aviation Fuel

By: Maycol Vargas Source: Aviation Today Amsterdam, June 27th, 2021 — John Slattery, CEO of GE Aviation was interviewed for the latest edition of Eurocontrol’s Aviation StraightTalk Live and spoke about SAF (Sustainable Aviation Fuel) in the future of the aviation industry. A new development program focusing on sustainable technologies for a next-generation CFM engine…
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Neil Stubley Wembledon

Maintenance for Winter Matches start in the Summer

Plant science is key Part V by William Ralston source The Guardian Amsterdam, June 19th 2021—The job can take its toll. Like goalkeepers, groundskeepers tend not to receive much credit when things go well, but are the first to be blamed if anything goes wrong. To Stones, it is a way of life rather than…
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