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El ministro de Hacienda de Argentina defiende sus reformas y sostiene que la sociedad quiere cambio

El ministro de Hacienda de Argentina, Nicolás Dujovne, ha defendido este viernes las reformas económicas que está aplicando su Gobierno argumentando que ha habido “ 83 more words

Remembering Argentina Prosecutor Alberto Nisman (December 5 1963 - January 18 2015)

“Over the next few weeks, every Argentine seemed to have an opinion about how Nisman had died; the case became the Latin-American equivalent of the J.F.K.

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Of Pension Reforms and Soft Coups

You may have read about disturbances in Buenos Aires yesterday and last night, you’ll have read that they were protests against changes to the law governing how pensions are calculated.  568 more words


Aerolíneas Argentinas and BBDO celebrate connectivity in their new campaign "Baptism".

Buenos Aires, December 2017.- Aerolineas Argentinas together with BBDO launched its most important campaign of the year, called “Baptism”, as a celebration of connectivity. 407 more words


Lagomarsino and the End of Impunity for the Nisman Murder

Nearly three years  after  the murder of AMIA Special Prosecutor Alberto #Nisman in January 2015. we have his death finally classed as homicide.  And we have Diego Lagomarsino, an accomplice to the crime, subpoenaed by Judge Ercoloni for next Tuesday and four of Nisman’s bodyguards for later in the month. 479 more words


A new report says Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman did not kill himself, but was likely murdered

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — A new police report has dramatically revived one of the greatest criminal mysteries in Argentine history — the possible murder of a crusading prosecutor that has roused grave suspicions about a president and added to doubts about the probe into the country’s most deadly terrorist attack. 1,081 more words


ON THIS DAY: October 28, 2017

October 28th is

World Animation Day *

National Chocolate Day II

Plush Animal Lover’s Day

St. Jude’s Day


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