Latin America’s Shift to Renewables: The Challenges of Grid Parity

Article As 195 countries reached a landmark agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at the COP21 summit in Paris in December 2015, Latin American countries are taking part in efforts to reduce global warming by investing more in renewables. This article was published in the print edition of International Finance Magazine on January 28,
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Sala’s Supporters March in BA

Video Supporters of the arrested Tupac Amaru group leader, Milagro Sala, march in the capital Buenos Aires on January 27 to ask for her release and protest against what they called "the criminalization of protest" under the government of the newly elected president Mauricio Macri. This video was shot and produced for Ruptly TV on January 27, 2016.
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Eye Technology Changes Lives

Video A life-changing technology in Argentina is radically improving the lives of children with neurological diseases. The computer device Tobii enables patients to communicate with eye movements, perform actions by selecting objects on a screen, and express their needs to people around them. This video was produced exclusively for The Associated Press on January 20, 2016.
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Thousands Demand Justice for Nisman

Video Thousands in Buenos Aires attended a rally marking one year since the mysterious death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman in Buenos Aires. This video was shot and produced for Ruptly TV on January 18, 2016.
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Rally Dakar Ends in Argentina

Video Nasser al Attiah gave his reaction after finishing second in the Dakar Rally on Saturday. This video was produced exclusively for The Associated Press on January 16, 2016.
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