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Teary Uruguay exit World Cup dreaming of next one

Eyewitness News - 15 Jul 2018
The absence of Cavani, who scored two wonder goals against Portugal and draws defenders away from strike partner Luis Suarez, distorted Uruguay's game plan and gave France an easy evening except for one superb save by goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

Uruguay to open consulate general in Mongolia

Khmer Times - 20 Aug 2018
ULAN BATOR (Xinhua) – Uruguay is planning to open a consulate general in Mongolia to promote bilateral ties, especially tourism exchanges, the Mongolian Foreign Ministry announced Saturday. Mongolia and Uruguay agreed to enhance bilateral ties and ...

Ex-Gitmo detainee now selling sweets in Uruguay capital

Washington Post - 13 Aug 2018
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay — A bit of sweetness has entered the life of at least one of the men formerly held at the U.S. Guantanamo Bay prison camp. Ahmed Ahjam opened a small stall selling Arabic pastries Monday at a public market in the Uruguayan capital ...

Grant of M41C tanks to Uruguay advances

IHS Jane's 360 - 17 Aug 2018
The donation by the Brazilian Army of 25 M41C (Caxias) battle tanks to Uruguay is awaiting clearance through the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies, before going to the Federal Senate for final approval. Started in 2011 and repeatedly stalled through ...

AC Milan signs Uruguay midfielder Laxalt on deadline day

FOXSports.com - 17 Aug 2018
Laxalt won plaudits for his play on the left side of midfield as he helped Uruguay to reach the World Cup quarterfinals and scored four goals in 34 games for Genoa last season in all competitions. Spanish winger Samu Castillejo is also headed to Milan.

Former President Jose Mujica Retires from Uruguay's Senate

Voice of America - 14 Aug 2018
Former President Jose Mujica resigned his senatorial seat Tuesday despite having the right to remain as a Uruguayan lawmaker until 2020. Mujica said in a letter read in the Senate chamber that he was stepping down for personal reasons. He first ...

Fate of Canadian gold miner in Uruguay uncertain

MINING.com - 12 Aug 2018
Known as the gold capital of Uruguay, the northeastern town of Minas de Corrales held an urgent community meeting this week with the ministers of Employment and Industry to analyze what can be done to support the hundreds of workers currently on ...

Wang Yi: China has confidence in the future of China-Uruguay ties

CGTN (press release) - 19 Aug 2018
China-Uruguay ties have always maintained stable since the two sides established diplomatic ties 30 years ago, Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Sunday while meeting his Uruguayan counterpart Rodolfo Nin Novoa in Beijing.

Indian miner sues Uruguay for $3.5 billion

MINING.com - 09 Aug 2018
President Tabaré Vázquez confirmed today on national radio that Aratirí, a subsidiary of Zamin Ferrous, formalized a $3.5 billion lawsuit against Uruguay alleging that the passing of a new mining law turned out to be a major change in the game rules.

HSBC Eyes New Covered Bond Program in Uruguay Mortgage Push

Bloomberg - 07 Aug 2018
The Uruguayan subsidiary of HSBC may seek regulatory approval as soon as next year for a second covered bond program of about $100 million as the bank aims to take 15 percent of the home loan market in two years, according to senior executives.

Uruguay will face multibillion-dollar mining claim

GAR - 08 Aug 2018
Uruguay's president Tabaré Vázquez has revealed that the UK owners of a mining company have made good on a threat to bring a US$3.5 billion investment treaty claim against the state over a concession to mine for iron ore and facilitate its ...

Santos sign Uruguay midfielder Carlos Sanchez

euronews - 24 Jul 2018
(Reuters) - Santos have signed Uruguay international Carlos Sanchez on a three-year deal, the Brazilian club said on Tuesday. The 33-year-old midfielder spent the last two years with Mexican club Monterrey and played in three of Uruguay's five World ...

Is Organized Crime Behind Uruguay's Homicide Uptick?

Insightcrime.org - 06 Aug 2018
After a spate of homicides in Uruguay, there is growing concern that violence is connected to organized crime groups, an assessment that could be premature and lead to an ineffective policy response. Authorities in Uruguay recorded 218 homicides during ...

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