translated from Spanish: Trotta on formal return to school at AMBA; Government confirms increase in poverty rate; Pepe Mujica withdraws from politics; Suarez debuts with 2 goals at Atletico and much more…

1. Trotta: “The conditions are not yet met” for the return to school at the AMBA

The Minister of Education warned that enabling them at this time would be “putting the entire population at risk.” Read on here… 2. The Government anticipated that the poverty rate “will give a significant increase”

Daniel Arroyo said the first thing will be to “recover those who fell into poverty in the pandemic” and then deal with structural poverty. Read on here… 3. CFK: “Land-for-housing occupancy is not a populist issue”

The Vice-President of the Nation referred, in a tweet, to land take-offs compared to those that have been happening in Chile since last year. Read on here…
 4. “Pepe” Mujica anticipated his withdrawal from politics

Former Uruguayan President José Mujica anticipated today that he is willing to leave his senate seat and withdraw from politics for health problems. Read on here… 5. For a regrowth of coronavirus, Ushuaia returned to phase 1

With restrictions on the movement of people and vehicles and suspension of “all public and private activity” from today and for a week, following the regrowth of coronavirus cases recorded in recent days, the city of the “end of the world” returned to phase 1. Read on here… 6. Dream debut: Luis Suarez scored two goals in Atlético Madrid’s victory

In just over 20 minutes, the Uruguayan scored a double and gave an assist in the Colchonero’s goal against Granada 6-1. Read on here… 7. Second edition of Freestyle Combat arrives

Wednesday, September 30, the second date of this competition will be given with seven of the best Mexican MCs. Read on here… 8. Urbanse and Veyaam released Unplugged 2, an EP that will have several chapters

The rapper and beatmaker released last week the second part of Unplugged, an EP in which they created “a new language, surpassing two people who come together to make music”. Read on here… 9. Roland Garros: joyful debut for Argentines

Diego Schwartzman, Nadia Podoroska, Federico Coria and Juan Ignacio Londero won, who beat Federico Delbonis. Read on here…
 10. Maximum Kirchner: Argentina must “move away from proposals that have already failed”

The head of the Front of All bloc in the Chamber of Deputies noted that the coronavirus pandemic “aggravated and deepened the problems of macrism with its outdated economic policies that never worked.” Read on here…

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