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Paraguay's Parliament Approves Emergency Regime Due To Dengue Epidemic

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - The parliament of Paraguay approved the introduction of an emergency regime in the country due to the dengue epidemic, Paraguay's Chamber of Deputies said.
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Argentine Judge Who Accused Officials Of Covering Up Iran Role In 1994 Attack Dies

Argentinian judicial authorities seeking to prosecute officials suspected of covering up Iran’s alleged role in a 1994 Buenos Aires terrorist attack have suffered another setback with the death of a judge who led the legal battle against those...
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Merkel And Pope To The Rescue: How Peronist President's Eu Charm Offensive May Save Argentina

Argentina's Peronist government has launched a charm offensive in Europe aimed at convincing major EU states to support Buenos Aires during its upcoming debt negotiations with the IMF. According to Argentine political analyst Gonzalo Fiore Viani,...
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After Delay Fails, Buenos Aires Averts Default, Pledges Bond Payment 

Argentina's Buenos Aires province narrowly averted falling into default on Tuesday, saying it would make a $277 million payment on a 2021 bond after creditors would not grant a last-minute approval to delay it.Provincial governor, Axel Kicillof,...
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Rojo Joins Estudiantes On Loan From Man United

Buenos Aires (AFP) – Combative Argentina defender Marcos Rojo has rejoined his home town club Estudiantes on loan from Manchester United, the Superliga side said on Thursday. On its Twitter account, the four-time Copa Libertadores winners...
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The Week's Best Photojournalism

A man takes part in a bull-taming festival in Pongal, India. | (REUTERS/P. Ravikumar) A man rides a horse through a ritual bonfire in San Bartolome de Pinares, Spain. | (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez) An elephant dusts herself at a zoo in Buenos...
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Argentina Is Getting Four Ex-u.s. Navy P-3c Patrol Planes

David Axe Security, The U.S. State Department has signed off on Argentina’s proposed purchase of four ex-U.S. Navy P-3C patrol planes. The $78-million acquisition, should Buenos Aires follow through on it, would continue the slow regeneration...
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Morales Says Mas Party To Nominate Candidate For Bolivia's 2020 Vote On 19 January

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - The party Movement for Socialism (MAS) will choose its candidate to run in the forthcoming Bolivian presidential election at a meeting on 19 January, ousted former Bolivian President Evo Morales said on Monday.
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Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro Urged Brazil, Peru To Detain Terrorists Responsible For Recent Attack

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday called on Peru and Brazil to detain and extradite terrorists involved in the recent attack on a military unit in the country.
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Ex-bolivian President Says His Party Cannot Be Banned From Running In Upcoming Elections

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - Former Bolivian President Evo Morales said in an interview that his party Movement for Socialism (MAS) could not be banned from the 2020 elections in the spring, slamming such attempts as anti-democratic as the party...
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Argentina Defies The Americas’ Crisis Of Democracy

Everything grinds to a halt in the Buenos Aires heat. Pedestrians retreat indoors, shops can close for hours at a time, and the city itself seems to buckle in the sub-tropical humidity. So when a clutch of sanitation workers marched slowly up a...
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Argentina Knows How To Defeat The Right

Everything grinds to a halt in the Buenos Aires heat. Pedestrians retreat indoors, shops can close for hours at a time, and the city itself seems to buckle in the sub-tropical humidity. So when a clutch of sanitation workers marched slowly up a...
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Who Is A Non-human Person?

An orangutan named Sandra was granted non-human personhood rights in 2015 and has been moved from the Buenos Aires Zoo to a home in Florida.Legal personhood is not synonymous with human being. A "non-human person" refers to an entity that possesses...
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Why Is Latin America Burning?

César ChelalaRiot police stand guard as dozens of people gather during a rally to show solidarity with protesters in Chile at the Chilean Consulate General on October 21, 2019 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. President Sebastian Piñera suspended the...
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Thousands Of Protesters Gather In Central Santiago, Police Use Tear Gas - Reports

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - Thousands of Chileans have gathered for a fresh peaceful rally in the center of the country's capital of Santiago, local media reported, adding that despite the peaceful nature of the protest, police used tear gas against...
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Chilean President Replaces Key Ministers Amid Nationwide Protests

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - Chilean President Sebastian Pinera has reshuffled the government amid mass protests, replacing key ministers.
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Argentina’s Center-left Peronists Celebrate Return To Power

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Argentina’s Peronists on Monday celebrated their return to power after conservative incumbent President Mauricio Macri conceded defeat in a dramatic election that swung the country back to the center-left, saw the...
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Alberto Fernandez Wins Argentine Presidential Election With 47.2% - Preliminary Results

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) - Opposition candidate Alberto Fernandez, representing the Front of All alliance, leads in the presidential elections in Argentina, gaining 47.2 percent of the vote with 71.6 percent of ballots counted, the election commission...
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Cuban President Slams Fresh Us Sanctions As Manifestation Of Impotence

BUENOS AIRES (Sputnik) – Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez called the most recent round of US sanctions against the island nation a manifestation of impotence and moral degradation.
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Bystanders Rush To Rescue Woman Who Fell Onto Subway Tracks

ABC News showed a terrifying clip on Thursday caught by a surveillance camera in a subway station in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Read more...
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