Thursday, October 28, 2021

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Messi enters new chapter as icon ends title drought with Argentina

He might not have scored in the finals of Copa America but Messi was in red hot form in the ongoing tournament having scored the joint highest four goals in Copa America 2021.

Di Maria’s goal helps Argentina clinch Copa America title

Maria's netted a goal in the 22nd minute to ensure Lionel Messi ended his drought of an international crown Argentina with Copa America final win.

Pele hails Neymar’s countdown to his goal record

"Every time I see this boy, he is smiling. It is impossible not to smile back. It is contagious. I, like many Brazilians, am always happy when I see him playing soccer," wrote Pele

X-rays, AI together may help detect Covid-19 faster

The findings, published in the IEEE/CAA Journal of Automatica Sinica, indicate that the research team used several different Machine Learning (ML) methods to detect Covid-19, two of which resulted

Brazil fines Apple $2M for no charger with iPhone 12

Apple in October last year announced that the iPhone 12 would not come with chargers or earbuds in their boxes, citing environmental concerns. The new iPhones come with only a USB-C to Lightning cable.

Thousands take to streets protesting Brazil’s Bolsonaro

The president has long resisted lockdown measures against the new coronavirus, arguing economic damage would be worse than the disease.

Brazil private clinics seek deal for Indian Covid vaccine

The Brazilian Association of Vaccine Clinics (ABCVAC) confirmed on its website it had signed a memorandum of understanding with the Indian firm to purchase its Covaxin vaccine

Ex-Brazil boss Luxemburgo stable after contracting Covid-19 twice

The 68-year-old was admitted to the Sirio-Libanes clinic on December 11 after complaining of severe body and head aches. A statement released by the hospital on Tuesday said he was breathing without any assistance

Malls in Rio to open 24 hours

The measure will come into effect on Saturday and remain in force throughout December, the mayor said on Twitter.

‘This plastic film used in food packaging can inactivate Covid virus’

Marketed by Brazilian plastics manufacturer Alpes, the material contains silver and silica nanoparticles, a technology developed and licensed by Nanox.

Samba to revive lost bliss of Brazil

Musicians are beginning to play Brazilian music again in gigs amid social distancing measures

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