The two South American rivals brought their culture and vigor to the Israeli pitch, in one of the largest soccer matches to ever grace the state.
Despite the rather sobering numbers, Israel did register some successes in its strive to produce green energy.
Electrical supply company Edesur tweeted that a massive failure happened in the electrical interconnection system.
The government of Uruguay slammed Israel’s ambassador for using social media to criticize a statement by the country’s chancellor that called Tel Aviv the capital of the Jewish state.
Vandals used black paint to write slurs including “The Holocaust of the Jewish people is the biggest lie in history,” “Only 300,000 Jews died from typhus” and “Gas chambers were a fraud.”
The Israeli technology consists of hardware and software equipment, including the high definition cameras with License Plate Recognition.
The agreement was signed as part of a Knesset delegation to South America, that includes stops in Paraguay and Argentina.
Social media users speculated that the assailant shouted “Allahu akhbar” during the attack, though this has yet to be confirmed by authorities.
According to local media reports, local police named an Israeli embassy security worker as the main suspect in planting a fake bomb on June 17 in Montevideo.
Suspect has worked for mission for the past 8years; police say fake explosive found last month may have been planted to test police response time.