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Latin America targeted again by the US Empire

ORIGINAL IN FRENCH ON https://mohsenabdelmoumen.wordpress.com/2015/03/03/lamerique-latine-a-nouveau-ciblee-par-lempire-us/

De gauche à droite, les présidents Dilma Roussef (Brésil), Nicolas Maduro (Venezuela), Cristina Kirchner (Argentine)

The South American continent is in line of sight of US imperialism which foments, according to his usual, of covert operations to Venezuela, Brazil, the Argentina and any other nation refusing to follow the US road map. 6,069 more words

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“I know that my name will resound in the ears of my ears of my loved ones as perfectly as a   picture.   And I also know that sometimes it will cease to be a name and will just be a pair   of meaningless words.”    –  Homero Manzi (1907-1951), Argentine lyricist.

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Israel loses ‘Iran cover-up’ case against Argentina President

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Posted on February 27, 2015

Yesterday, Daniel Rafecas, a Buenos Aires Federal Court judge dismissed Organized Jewry’s allegations against country’s president Cristina Fernadez de Kirchner claiming she covered-up Iran-Hizbullah involvement in the  458 more words

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Une soirée à Petite Rivière

 How many clicks is someone willing to drive for a job interview? In a Nor’ Easter?

This was the question to be answered when we made our way to Petite. 319 more words

Argentine : sur les traces de la Ruta 40

Après être arrivés en Amérique du Sud par la porte chilienne nous poussons l’expédition en Argentine pendant presque 1 mois. Minimum pour pouvoir découvrir ce grand, très grand pays – record de bus battu ! 657 more words

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Author David Corn Strikes Back at Bill O'Reilly

David Corn, the lead author of a new report that revealed that Bill O’Reilly lied about his Falklands War experience, says the Fox News anchor is “hiding behind name calling and refusing to account for legitimate discrepancies in his statements.” 667 more words

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Nine Argentinian Photographers You Need to Follow

Once one of the richest countries in the world, with a per capita income comparable to France and Germany, Argentina experienced political and economic turmoils during the latter half of the 2oth Century that saw the country fall into recession. 870 more words