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Arauquita Crisis | Update UNHCR Response #2

Reliefweb 19 Apr 2021
In doing so, UNHCR prioritizes counselling, orientation and information, registration, shelter, and delivery of core relief items (CRIs) in two organized reception sites (Gabriel Garcia Marquez School, (GABO) and Alcides Ceballos) and in the 58 identified ...
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Asteroid That Killed the Dinosaurs Gave Rise to the Rainforests

Treehugger 12 Apr 2021
What do you think of when you think of a tropical rainforest? Brilliant flowers? Lush, leafy canopies? Dense, dark understories where predators and prey play hide and seek? ... “It seems like magic reality in the best style of Gabriel Garcia Marquez!”. Before the Asteroid Hit ... This was complicated, time-consuming work.  ... ... during 2020 ... .
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The origins of ‘miedo escenico’: Stage fright at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu

Indian Express 09 Apr 2021
former Madrid player, coach and director Jorge Valdano. In 1986, Valdano wrote a famous article for the Revista de Occidente magazine entitled ‘Miedo Escenico’ – which is best translated into English as ‘stage fright’, and was itself taken from an article by Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez about his fear of speaking in public ... LIVE ... x ... .
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Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Nobel Prize-winning author, dies at 87

CBS News 19 Mar 2021
Author Gabriel Garcia Marquez died at his home in Mexico City. Through novels and short stories, he introduced readers to Latin America, and he won the Nobel Prize in 1982. Scott Pelley reports ... .
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Vicente Rojo, Renaissance man of 20th-century Mexican culture, has died, aged 89

The Art Newspaper 19 Mar 2021
In the 1960s, his work was seen by millions when his cover design for the first edition of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s seminal work of fiction, One Hundred Years of Solitude was published, and the world discovered “magical realism”.
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Interview: Isabel Allende on her life, her writing, feminism, and her new book

Hindustan Times 19 Mar 2021
PUBLISHED ON MAR 20, 2021 12.37 AM IST. 192pp, ₹599; Bloomsbury. Isabel Allende, the most luminous of Latina authors, does what she does ... Interview ... She belongs to the first generation of Latin American writers who grew up reading the great masters of the boom, including Gabriel Garcia Marquez whose Hundred Years of Solitude inspired her first novel.
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New York City commemorates lives lost to COVID-19

China Daily 16 Mar 2021
"No matter what happens, no one can take away the dances you've already danced," he said, speaking in Spanish as he quoted Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, in a city where a third of immigrants are of Latin origin ... Agencies via Xinhua. .
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New York City pays emotional tribute to more than 30,000 Covid deaths

Raw Story 15 Mar 2021
"No matter what happens, no one can take away the dances you've already danced," he said, speaking in Spanish as he quoted Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, in a city where a third of immigrants are of Latin origin ... .
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COVID-19: New York City pays emotional tribute to 30,000 dead

Gulf News 15 Mar 2021
New York ... “No matter what happens, no one can take away the dances you’ve already danced,” he said, speaking in Spanish as he quoted Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, in a city where a third of immigrants are of Latin origin ... .
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New York City pays emotional tribute to more than 30,000 Covid-19 deaths

Straits Times 15 Mar 2021
The Democratic mayor heralded the "healthcare heroes" who "saved lives," sometimes at their own expense ... "No matter what happens, no one can take away the dances you've already danced," he said, speaking in Spanish as he quoted Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, in a city where a third of immigrants are of Latin origin ... PHOTO ... � ....
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New York City pays emotional tribute to 30,000 Covid-19 victimsThere were speeches by religious leaders, ...

Deccan Herald 15 Mar 2021
The Democratic mayor heralded the "health care heroes" who "saved lives," sometimes at their own expense ... "No matter what happens, no one can take away the dances you've already danced," he said, speaking in Spanish as he quoted Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, in a city where a third of immigrants are of Latin origin ... ....
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Despite all the sound and the fury, we don’t know who the real Meghan is

Irish Independent 13 Mar 2021
Not since the Roy Keane versus Mick McCarthy Saipan shootout has the country been so divided on a matter of relative unimportance. This time round it’s Meghan Markle. There is of course a coterie of undecideds ... Once again the old adage from the Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez comes into play, “Everyone has three lives ... .
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Netflix’s The One, Deutschland 89 and Billie: In Search of Billie Holiday – What to watch on TV this weekend

Irish Independent 12 Mar 2021
FRIDAY. This, however, sounds like more of a standard thriller ... The level of television production has stepped up quite a bit, which may make new half-hour romantic comedy anthology series Love in the Time of Covid (Disney+, from today) — a play on the title of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera — look slightly dated ... Later... Expand.
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