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Little girl loses Peppa Pig balloon, strangers gather to help her get it back

This video that has been shared by Good News Movement on Instagram and has been going viral, shows how strangers collect to help a little girl get her Peppa Pig balloon back.

The strangers gather at the ferry station to help the little girl get her Peppa Pig balloon back. (Instagram/@goodnews_movement)
The strangers gather at the ferry station to help the little girl get her Peppa Pig balloon back. (Instagram/@goodnews_movement)
Published on Jul 27, 2022 01:41 PM IST

Covid-19 pandemic exacts a heavy toll on tango culture in Argentina

According to the Federal Assembly of Tango Workers, the cultural mainstay had employed some 7,000 people throughout Argentina. But between 2020 and this year, some 40 tango clubs out of a total of 200 in Buenos Aires have closed permanently.

In this June 6, 2021 file photo, a couple dances tango at a park amid the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Nostalgia for dance makes many tango dancers, or tangueros, defy restrictions with clandestine milongas in closed places or public spaces.(AP)
In this June 6, 2021 file photo, a couple dances tango at a park amid the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Nostalgia for dance makes many tango dancers, or tangueros, defy restrictions with clandestine milongas in closed places or public spaces.(AP)
Published on Jun 16, 2021 08:36 AM IST

Argentina reopens theater, welcomes nightlife as Brazil starts new lockdown

The two neighbouring countries in South America, Brazil and Argentina, are taking very different steps at the moment. While Buenos Aires is embracing the nightlife again, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro have announced tighter restrictions.

Night and day in South America: Buenos Aires welcomes nightlife, new lockdowns in Brazil(Unsplashed)
Night and day in South America: Buenos Aires welcomes nightlife, new lockdowns in Brazil(Unsplashed)
Updated on Mar 07, 2021 08:03 AM IST

‘Happy ending’: Jaguar cubs born to rare wild-captive parents in Argentina

The cubs were born to Tania and Qaramta, whose name means 'The One Who Cannot Be Destroyed' in the regional Qom language.

Tania (L), a female jaguar brought up in a zoo, and a male jaguar christened Qaramta, sit together in a breeding enclosure at the Impenetrable National Park,(via REUTERS)
Tania (L), a female jaguar brought up in a zoo, and a male jaguar christened Qaramta, sit together in a breeding enclosure at the Impenetrable National Park,(via REUTERS)
Published on Feb 11, 2021 10:38 AM IST
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