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Latino Voices - Latino News, Entertainment, Style and Culture: Steve King, Republican White Supremacist, Narrowly Wins Iowa House Seat For 9th Term
Latin American Herald Tribune: Barcelona Draws 1-1 with Inter to Advance in Champions League
Latin American Herald Tribune: Volkswagen Launches Its First SUV Produced in Brazil
Latin American Herald Tribune: Canary Islands Native Son David Silva to Kick Off Spain Friendly
Latin American Herald Tribune: UNESCO Believes Simplifying Scientific Language Will Attract New Students

Latino Voices - Latino News, Entertainment, Style and Culture: Steve King, Republican White Supremacist, Narrowly Wins Iowa House Seat For 9th Term

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SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Rep. Steve King, a white supremacist, won a ninth term in Congress Tuesday night despite months of growing outrage over his bigoted statements and ties to extremist figures in the U.S.
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Latin American Herald Tribune: Barcelona Draws 1-1 with Inter to Advance in Champions League

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Barcelona Draws 1-1 with Inter to Advance in Champions League MILAN, Italy – Barcelona was assured of a berth in the Champions League knockout stage after drawing 1-1 with Inter Milan on Tuesday.With 10 points from four matches, Barça leads Group B by three points over Inter, which in turn has an advantage of three points on Tottenham Hotspur.Barça superstar Lionel Messi, still recovering from an injury, watched from the stands at the San Siro – where the Catalan club last won in 1959 – as his teammates dominated possession and took the lead only to concede an equalizer with three minutes left.Even without Messi, Barcelona kept the hosts corralled in their own end for most of the night and it took a heroic performance by Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanovic to prevent a rout.The score was 0-0 in the 81st minute when Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde replaced Ousmane Dembele on the front line with Malcom and the young Brazilian needed just two minutes to break the deadlock, converting a pass from countryman Philippe Coutinho.Barça’s joy turned out to be short-lived, as Inter’s Mauro Icardi won the race to a dead ball in the area and beat keeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen to bring the hosts level.
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Latin American Herald Tribune: Volkswagen Launches Its First SUV Produced in Brazil

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Volkswagen Launches Its First SUV Produced in Brazil SAO PAULO – Volkswagen unveiled on Tuesday the T-Cross, the first crossover sport utility vehicle (SUV) produced by the German automaker in Brazil.VW invested 2 billion reais (about $540 million) in developing the T-Cross, a subcompact crossover SUV designed to appeal to South American consumers.The T-Cross is part of VW’s strategy of “regionalizing” its offerings, Volkswagen Latin America president Pablo Di Si said during the model’s introduction at the São Paulo International Auto Show, which opened on Tuesday and runs until Nov.
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Latin American Herald Tribune: Canary Islands Native Son David Silva to Kick Off Spain Friendly

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Canary Islands Native Son David Silva to Kick Off Spain Friendly LAS PALMAS, Spain – Retired Spain midfielder David Silva is set to take the honorary kickoff in Spain’s upcoming friendly against Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Spanish national soccer association (RFEF) announced on Tuesday.The friendly will be held on Nov.
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Latin American Herald Tribune: UNESCO Believes Simplifying Scientific Language Will Attract New Students

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UNESCO Believes Simplifying Scientific Language Will Attract New Students MONTEVIDEO – The national specialist of the UNESCO Education Program in Uruguay, Zilmira May, told EFE on Tuesday that science must adopt a language that people find more normal and understandable to avoid a loss of enthusiasm by future students.“Those involved in science have historically had tremendous difficulties speaking a language that ordinary folks understand, which has turned people off and made them say “this is not for me,” and then just drop it, she said during her presentation of the 10th Ibero-American Congress of Scientific Education, to be held between March 25-28, 2019, in Montevideo.She also spoke about “demystifying” the scientist character, who tends to be represented as “a man with a beard, tunic and glasses,” as an important point in not driving away youths from a field they found fascinating as little children.“The sciences have that power to attract.
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