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4 Oct 2019
In a white, sterilized laboratory on the outskirts of Uruguayan capital Montevideo, biochemists are carefully cultivating plants for a booming multi-billion dollar global market: medical marijuana.
26 Jun 2019
An Uruguayan court orders the sale of a Nazi sculpture recovered 13 years ago among the remains of the German cruiser Admiral Graf Spee. The sculpture, a bronze eagle with a swastika under its talons, was part of the stern of the battleship that sank off Montevideo's coast in 1939.

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