Tag Archive | "Argentine"

Argentine federal police stage 'mega' drug raids

Argentine federal police stage 'mega' drug raids BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Argentina's federal government is making a huge show of force against drug trafficking, sending more than 3,000 federal agents to raid more than 80 drug "bunkers" in the city of Rosario, where the death toll is soaring from a … Read more on Macon Telegraph […]

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

China's purchase of Nidera divides waters among Argentine farmers

China's purchase of Nidera divides waters among Argentine farmers “It is good that the Chinese participate in the market,” said Alfredo Rodes, director executive of the CARBAP lobby that groups producers from Buenos Aires and La Pampa provinces, a lobby that is a leading member of CRA. “COFCO has an extraordinary … Read more on […]

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

9 die in fire destroying Argentine bank archives

9 die in fire destroying Argentine bank archives BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Nine first-responders were killed and seven others injured as they battled a fire of unknown origin that destroyed an archive of corporate and banking industry documents in Argentina's capital on Wednesday. The fire at the … Read more on Washington Post

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Argentine banker defends 'dirty' money

Argentine banker defends 'dirty' money US federal agents who seized more than US$ 4 million in US banknotes shipped from Alfredo Piano's Buenos Aires bank uncovered what they claimed was a cache of dirty money. Piano, 82, said many of the US$ 100 bills were filthy, yes — and others had … Read more on Buenos […]

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Corruption scandal swirls around Argentine leader

Corruption scandal swirls around Argentine leader BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — In a story Dec. 17 about a corruption scandal involving Argentina's president, The Associated Press made several errors. Jose Maria Campagnoli is a prosecutor, not an investigative judge. The statement defending President … Read more on Anchorage Daily News

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Police strikes, mob rule testing Argentine cities

Police strikes, mob rule testing Argentine cities BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Mobs of looters are swarming into the streets of more cities across Argentina as police officers abandon their posts in spreading copycat strikes called to pressure provincial governors into raising their pay. While officers … Read more on Bradenton Herald

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

5 dead as Argentine police strikes inspire mobs

5 dead as Argentine police strikes inspire mobs BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Outbreaks of looting have spread across Argentina as mobs take advantage of strikes by police demanding pay raises to match inflation. Videos show people shattering glass doors and hauling out everything from mattresses … Read more on MiamiHerald.com

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Argentine ruling party holds onto Congress

Argentine ruling party holds onto Congress People wait to vote at a school used as polling station during mid term legislative elections in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. Sunday's run-up to congressional elections will decide how much control President Cristina Fernandez will … Read more on Lexington Herald Leader

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

US Rep. Sanford's Argentine lover speaks out on TV

US Rep. Sanford's Argentine lover speaks out on TV Chapur was interviewed by Infobae TV in Buenos Aires on Friday about the U.S. government shutdown saga, and was asked about her personal life with Sanford, who recently won a U.S. congressional seat and has tried to put the scandal over his love life … Read more […]

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Argentine train crashes into Buenos Aires Once station

Argentine train crashes into Buenos Aires Once station A commuter train in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, has crashed at the end of the line, leaving at least 80 people injured. The train failed to stop as it arrived at Once station, crashing through the buffers and ending up wedged between the floor … Read […]

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Argentine Olympic President Werthein to lead Buenos Aires 2018 delegation at

Argentine Olympic President Werthein to lead Buenos Aires 2018 delegation at … Gerardo Werthein July 2 – Gerardo Werthein, President of the Argentine Olympic Committee (COA), will lead a senior Buenos Aires delegation at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) extraordinary session this week where it will learn the fate of its … Read more on […]

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Buenos Aires launches tours honoring Argentine pope

Buenos Aires launches tours honoring Argentine pope BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — You can see the streets where he grew up and played soccer, the church where Jorge Bergoglio prayed as a teenager and the cathedral where the man who would become Pope Francis said Mass. You can even visit the stand … Read more on Chicago […]

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Buenos Aires launches tours for Argentine pope

Buenos Aires launches tours for Argentine pope BUENOS AIRES — You can see the streets where he grew up and played soccer, the church where Jorge Bergoglio prayed as a teenager and the cathedral where the man who would become Pope Francis said Mass. You can even visit the stand where he … Read more […]

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Argentine Indians ask president for their lands

Argentine Indians ask president for their lands BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Argentina's Qom Indians have asked President Cristina Fernandez for help in recovering some of their ancestral land. Justices met with Qom leader Felix Diaz and other tribal members but the governor of Formosa province, … Read more on News & Observer

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Jorge Rafael Videla, former Argentine dictator, dies at 87

Jorge Rafael Videla, former Argentine dictator, dies at 87 "He died in his sleep," Cecilia Pando, spokeswoman for the right-wing Association of Relatives and Friends of Political Prisoners in Argentina, told Buenos Aires radio station Once Diez. "Last night he had not wanted to eat supper because he was not … Read more on Lexington […]

Read the full story

Posted in Local NewsComments (0)

Submit Your Photo Of Buenos Aires

Upload photos of your city here!

Sign in with:
  • Click Register to log in with Facebook

  • Picture: (will be re-sized automatically)
    Post Title:
    Description: (will show as text under your picture)
    Tags: (add comma separated tags here)

     

    You agree to these terms & conditions when posting!

    English + no HTML please. We email you once your post is live.

    Advanced submission/ Mobile users