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COVID-19: Thousands of foreign workers stranded in Chile

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COVID-19: Thousands of foreign workers stranded in Chile

COVID-19: Thousands of foreign workers stranded in Chile

Many of the workers are fruit pickers who are in limbo because their savings are gone and borders remain closed amid pandemic.

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Karnataka private hospitals refusing to admit COVID patients to face criminal case [Video]

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Karnataka Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar on July 05 stated that criminal case will be filed against those private hospitals that refuse to admit COVID-19 patients. Meanwhile, the total number of COVID-19 cases in Karnataka has reached 21,549.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:27Published
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Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:08Published

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Latin America and the Caribbean surpass Europe's number of coronavirus cases [Video]

Latin America and the Caribbean surpass Europe's number of coronavirus cases

A skyrocketing case count in Brazil and heavy outbreaks in Peru, Chile and Colombia have been the main contributors.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 01:10Published
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Students return to school in Chile's Easter Island

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Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:30Published
Copper price surges due to global shortage [Video]

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Chile, the world's largest exporter of metal essential in electronic products and manufacturing, faces drastic drop in production due to COVID-19 crisis.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:35Published
Excessive sugar intake linked with unhealthy fat deposits [Video]

Excessive sugar intake linked with unhealthy fat deposits

Sugar consumption is linked with larger fat deposits around the heart and in the abdomen, which are risky for health, finds a new study. Excess sugar consumption is a worldwide problem. The six countries with the highest sales of sugary drinks per capita are Chile, Mexico, Argentina, Peru, the US, and Saudi Arabia. The demand for sugar is expected to increase in Asia, Africa, and Russia. This observational study examined both sugar-sweetened beverages (such as soft drinks, fruit drinks, energy drinks) and sugar added to foods and beverages for sweetness (for example when cooking or in processed foods). The researchers analysed the association between long-term sugar consumption and fat stores around the heart and other organs. Researchers found that sugar intake over the 20-year period was related to fat volumes later in life. Higher intakes of both sugar-sweetened beverages and added sugar (/topic/sugar) were related to greater fat stores around organs in a stepwise fashion.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:25Published

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