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La Nación (disambiguation)
... La Nación ("The Nation") is frequently used as a newspaper name in Spanish-speaking countries Argentina La Nación (Buenos Aires) Chile La Nación (Santiago) Costa Rica ...
Rubén Darío - Life - Between Paris and Spain
... Darío arrived in Spain committed to sending four chronicles per month to La Nación about the prevalent mood in the Spanish nation after the defeat it suffered to the United States of America, and the loss of its ... In April 1900, Darío visited Paris for a second time, commissioned by La Nación to cover the Exposition Universelle that took place that year in the French capital city ... United States, Theodore Roosevelt Eres los Estados Unidos, eres el futuro invasor de la América ingenua que tiene sangre indígena, que aún reza a Jesucristo y aún habla en español You ...
LAPA Flight 3142 - Criminal Proceedings - The Trial Continues
... La Nación made the following comment about the Court's resolution At the same time, La Nación claimed that "Arzeno was responsible for a little-known fact Weigel ... The judges, according to the information taken from La Nación, said that "human behavior does not occur in a vacuum, but is rather a reflection of the corporate and regulatory environment in which it takes ...
Tomás Eloy Martínez - Life and Work
... a film critic in Buenos Aires for the La Nación newspaper, and he then was editor in chief (1962-69) of the magazine Primera Plana ... were the basis for two of his more celebrated novels La Novela de Perón (1985) and Santa Evita (1995) ... Martínez was in charge of the cultural supplement of La Nación, after which he lived in exile (1975-83) in Caracas, Venezuela, where he remained active as a journalist, co-founding the newspaper ...
La Nación - Overview
... The paper was founded as La Nación Argentina on January 4, 1870, by former Argentine President Bartolomé Mitre and associates until 1914, the managing editor was ... The daily was renamed La Nación on August 28, 1945 ... a new rival, and following the 1962 closure of Crítica, and the 1975 suspension of Crónica, La Nación secured its position as the chief market rival of Clarín ...