Review: In ‘Landfill Harmonic,’ One Person’s Trash Is a Child’s Violin
This documentary focuses on a Paraguayan landfill that became the wellspring for a children’s orchestra, which uses instruments assembled from discards.
U.S. Advances to Copa América Quarterfinals After Surviving an Ejection
DeAndre Yedlin received two quick yellow cards after halftime, but the United States held on to beat Paraguay, 1-0, on a Clint Dempsey goal.
Against Paraguay, Americans Plan to Play an Aggressive Match
Needing only a tie to advance to the quarterfinals of the Copa América, the United States won’t sit back and will instead “set the tone” for the match, Coach Jurgen Klinsmann said.
Colombia Reaches Copa América Quarterfinals
The Colombians became the first team to reach the tournament’s knockout stages with a 2-1 victory over Paraguay.
Brazil and Ecuador Draw
Brazil showed touches of magic but a lack of killer instinct as it was held to a 0-0 draw by Ecuador.
Dilma Rousseff Was Not Impeached, Legal Scholars Say
Not every nation agrees on what an impeachment means. And not each case turns out badly for the defendant, as several recent cases have demonstrated.
El Niño Upsets Seasons and Upends Lives Worldwide
The World Health Organization has estimated that changes related to the weather phenomenon are putting 60 million people at increased risk of malnutrition and illnesses.
The Dream of Treasure Keeps Paraguayans Digging
Tales of gold buried more than a century ago, however dubious, entrance hunters of all persuasions while the government endeavors to protect cultural artifacts.
Copa América Draw Hands U.S. a Tough Task
The United States’ coach, Jurgen Klinsmann, acknowledged that his team faced difficult matchups.
Dec. 16, 2015 — Pictures of the Day
Photos from Paraguay, Kenya, Greece and Belgium.
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