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SMU Orders 24 Hour Strike Of Doctors Working In Private Clinics On November 11th

Friday, November 6th, 2020

The General Assembly of the Sindicato Médico del Uruguay has ordered a 24 hour strike for doctors working in private clinics. Earlier this year the Sindicato Médico del Uruguay spent months ineffectively begging for the government to inflict an "obligatory quarantine" of the sort the killed Argentina earlier this year on Uruguay.

Very Special Livestream Tomorrow To Celebrate Living In South America

Monday, November 2nd, 2020

33Tomorrow the Editor in Chief will be hosting a very special livestream to celebrate living in South America, the best America, as the USSA prepares to descend still deeper into the shit in the aftermath of tomorrow's election. Party favors include Freedom Brownies and a very special guest. (more...)

Shooting At Feria Nuevo Paris Leaves 54 Year Old Woman Dead

Sunday, November 1st, 2020

Two men opened fire on a 54 year old vendor at the Feria Nuevo Paris around noon today. She was pronounced dead shortly after her arrival at the hospital. Two young men were shot and non-critically wounded. The shooters left the scene in a car waiting roughly 100 meters from the scene.

Army Sergeant Dies After Returning From Congo Mission With Malaria

Sunday, November 1st, 2020

Last night a Sergeant with 26 years of service in the Uruguayan Army passed after falling into septic shock as a result of contracting malaria during a peacekeeping mission to the Congo. The Sergeant returned to Uruguayan soil on October 10th and remained in Melo sometime before entering critical care at the Hospital Central de las Fuerzas Armadas in Montevideo.

Armada Siezes 300 Bottles Of Fernet Near Bella Unión

Saturday, October 31st, 2020

Uruguayan Marines seized 300 bottles of Fernet from a vessel flying a Brazilian flag in the early hours of Saturday morning. The vessel was crewed by a father and his minor son.

Border To Remain Closed To Tourism Through Summer High Season

Thursday, October 22nd, 2020

In a press conference today President Luis Lacalle Pou confirmed that due to ongoing respiratory virus hysteria, Uruguay's borders will remain largely closed to tourism through the coming summer high season. Border controls and Ministry of Defense presence at the international bridge connecting Fray Bentos in the Department of Rio Negro to Argentina are also being increased. While the Peso Uruguayo has remained relatively steady against the USD holding at 41 to 44 pesos Uruguayos for several months, the market rate of the Peso Argentino has fallen to 188 Pesos Argentinos to the USD as of today.

Former Presidents Sanguinetti And Mujica Retiring From the Senate On Tuesday

Sunday, October 18th, 2020


Uruguayan Presidential Plane Finally Sells At Auction For 180 Thousand USD

Thursday, October 15th, 2020

After several unsuccessful attempts, the Presidential Plane was finally sold at auction to an Argentine for 180,000 USD. Bidding on the plane opened at 350,000 USD without any bids to match. Several nominally interested bidders arrived at the auction without bringing an adequate cash deposit. The plane was acquired during the second Vásquez administration in 2018 for 1.01 million USD.

ExpoCannabis Announced: Will Be Held As Actual In Person Event Hosted At LATU

Friday, October 9th, 2020

The ExpoCannabis announced they will be hosting the annual gathering at the campus of LATU in Montevideo. The Expocannabis will be held as an actual event people can physically attend though some sort of online companion thing for non-attenders to try to achieve a feeling of participation will also be available. A program of speakers, panels, and vendors in attendance is expected to be published in the coming weeks. (more...)

Criminal Complaint Filed Against Tupamaros For 1969 Taking Of Pando

Thursday, October 8th, 2020


Police Car Burned After Responding To "Neighborhood Problems" In Carmelo, Colonia

Monday, October 5th, 2020


Wine Consumption Up This Year 17.2% First Semester And Up 31.8% Second Quarter

Sunday, October 4th, 2020


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