Spain's Felipe VI, France's Hollande to give Europe "new impetus"

EFE | Paris

Felipe VI visited France on Tuesday for the first time as king of Spain, and besides the warm reception that greeted him in the neighboring country, he established with French President Francois Hollande the common cause of giving Europe a "new impetus."

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MEXICO US/BORDER

Mexico concerned about Texas' plan to deploy National Guard on border

EFE | Mexico City
The Mexican government on Tuesday expressed its "concern" over the decision by Texas authorities to send 1,000 National Guard troops to the border to help stem the massive arrival of undocumented child migrants from Central America.
PUERTO RICO EXPLOSION

One of those injured in Puerto Rico power plant explosion dies

EFE | San Juan
One of the three employees of the state-owned utility AEE, who were injured in a July 13 explosion at a power plant near the Puerto Rican capital, died on Tuesday of the severe burns he suffered.
ENTERTAINMENT FILM

Zoe Saldaña says playing independent characters is what she likes best

EFE | Los Angeles
Zoe Saldaña, who apparently didn't get enough of distant universes in "Avatar" and "Star Trek," returns to outer space with "Guardians of the Galaxy," the new Marvel project, in which she plays another strong, independent character, traits she considers in sync with her own personality.
ARGENTINA DEBT

U.S. judge demands that Argentina, creditors reach agreement

EFE | New York
A U.S. federal judge said here Tuesday that Argentina and creditors who boycotted Buenos Aires' debt restructurings must negotiate "continuously until a settlement is reached" to avoid another default.
SOCCER BRAZIL

Brazil brings Dunga back as national soccer team coach

EFE | Rio de Janeiro
Carlos Caetano "Dunga" Bledorn Verri, who played on three Brazilian World Cup squads, was named Tuesday as the national soccer team's new coach.
MOON ANNIVERSARY

Obama receives Apollo 11 astronauts on 45th anniversary of moon landing

EFE | Washington
U.S. President Barack Obama received Tuesday at the White House two of the three astronauts who took part in the Apollo 11 mission on the 45th anniversary of the first moon landing.
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