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Latin American Nations to Prioritize Primary Health Care

Posted on: Jun 29 2016 - 10:10am | Comments Off
In: Prensa Latina
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29 de junio de 2016, 10:38La Paz, Jun 29 (Prensa Latina) Primary health care stands today as a priority interest policy for the Latin American countries such as Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Venezuela. News fetched from the source by our autoblog. Click here to read the full article......

Alves wants to give Juventus Champions League dreams

Turin, June 28 (IANS) Veteran Brazilian right-back Dani Alves on Tuesday said he is relishing the challenge of joining Juventus and vowed to take the Italian football giants to next level after puttin Article fetched from the source by our autoblog. Click here to read the full article......

Posted on: Jun 29 2016 - 10:10am | Comments Off
In: Brazil Sun
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Hawaii gelato maker eyes international expansion

Il Gelato, which currenty has two shops in Hawaii, has plans to expand to a couple of international locations, including Brazil and Thailand, one of its owners told Pacific Business News. The popular Article fetched from the source by our autoblog. Click here to read the full article......


USA swimming: Newcomers punch tickets to Rio

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In: Brazil Sun
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OMAHA, Neb. — More new names were added Tuesday night to the U.S. Olympic swimming team rosters, lists that only have one duplicate through three days of competition. Conor Dwyer is the only person Article fetched from the source by our autoblog. Click here to read the full article......

Canada, Mexico sign accords to relaunch ties

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In: Brazil Sun
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Ottawa, June 29 (IANS) Canada and Mexico sealed their reconciliation with the cancellation by Ottawa of the requirement for Mexicans to have a visa to enter the country and the full reopening of the L Article fetched...

It's sad to see golfers skipping Rio Olympics, says Serena

Johannesburg, June 29 (ANI): World number one Serena Williams has admitted that she felt extremely sad to see world’s top-ranked golfer Jason Day joining the chorus of players pulling out of the upcom Article fetched from the source by our autoblog. Click here to read the full article......

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