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REVEALED: Louis van Gaal is DESTROYING Man Utd!!!

The then Manchester United midfielder Angel Di Maria has hit out at his former manager Louis van Gaal, blaming him for his poor form and exit from Old Trafford. 185 more words


How Argentine Park got its name?

Does anyone know how Argentine Park in sector G6 of Islamabad got its name, asked the Argentinian Ambassador rhetorically? He paused for dramatic effect and looked at the bevy of intellectuals, academics, think tankers, former diplomats, journalists and at least one businessman and senator, including some very old inhabitants of the capital city listening to him didn’t have a clue. 813 more words


Viva La Vaca!

Love at first bite indeed. Viva La Vaca loosely translates as ‘long live the cow’. Irony at its best, as the menu here is short and the beef Sirloin proudly features along with the Choripan – a homemade chorizo sausage perfectly seasoned with just the right amount of fat. 176 more words


Prime Argentine beef-cake Valentino Medici

Valentino, who’s real name is Francisco, comes originally from Argentina, yet he lives in Valencia, Spain and works as a fitness instructor and a model. His journey through the adult entertainment includes Spanish studio Kristen Bjorn and American porn power-house Lucas Entertainment. 17 more words


#010 – Crios Torrontes 2014 (Domino Del Plata, Mendoza, Argentina)

Torrontes is a local white grape varietal of Argentina. Generally, the wines made from Torrontes are fruity and dry. Roughly saying, they are similar to Sauvignon Blanc, particularly from Sancerre, Loire, France.  138 more words

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Google Doodle Pays Tribute To Gustavo Cerati On Birthday

Gustavo Cerati was an Argentine rocker hailed as one of the greats of his era, and of the Ibero-American rock genre. Cerati, who died last year — September 4, 2014 — had suffered a stroke after a concert in Carcas on May 15, 2010, and never recovered from the coma it placed him in. 71 more words

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Unique Alliance Between Gauchos and Environmentalists Protects Argentina’s Pampas.

The traditions of Argentina’s gauchos or cowboys have joined together with modern agricultural technology in a unique alliance between stockbreeders and environmentalists aimed at preserving biodiversity in the pampas, boosting productivity, and enhancing the flavour of this South America’s country’s famous beef. 79 more words