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No Argentines in ATP Buenos Aires quarters for first time since 1970

No Argentines in ATP Buenos Aires quarters for first time since 1970 The ATP Buenos Aires tournament continues without Argentines left as all of them were eliminated before the quarterfinals for the first time since 1970. Carlos Berlocq was the last chance for the local players to advance to the last eight round, but he […]

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Argentines become citizen-cops with smartphone app

Argentines become citizen-cops with smartphone app Yamila Fraiman, right, and Alejandro Torrado, computer engineering students, work in the Buenos Aires public university during a demonstration of their App in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014. Alejandro and Yamila created a system in … Read more on SunHerald.com

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Argentines must file tax report on Web purchases

Argentines must file tax report on Web purchases BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Argentines buying online must now submit a statement to the tax agency before they can receive the goods, as the government seeks to make such purchases more expensive and help curb capital flight. Argentina's economy is … Read more on News & Observer

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Argentines sweep world tango competition

Argentines sweep world tango competition Dancers Dmitry Vasin, left, and Esmer Omerova, right, from Russia, compete at the 2013 Tango Dance World Cup stage finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013. More than 500 couples from 37 countries have been competing in the world's … Read more on The State

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Argentines celebrate Francis as their 'slum pope'

Argentines celebrate Francis as their 'slum pope' People here recall how the Buenos Aires archbishop ditched a limousine and would arrive on a bus to their little chapel; how he sponsored marathons and carpentry classes, consoled single mothers and washed the feet of recovering drug addicts; how he … Read more on MiamiHerald.com

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Falklands: Argentines abuse cruise line passengers in Buenos Aires

Falklands: Argentines abuse cruise line passengers in Buenos Aires Masked protestors throw trash at the entrance of the building where the Shipping Service Maritime Agency has its offices in Buenos Aires (Picture: AP). Amid growing anger in London, the British Government last month “formally summoned” the Argentine … Read more on Telegraph.co.uk

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Argentines shocked by verdicts in sex slave trial

Argentines shocked by verdicts in sex slave trial President Cristina Fernandez, right, applauds as Susana Trimarco, left, lifts a human rights prize given by the president during a rally to mark the 29th anniversary of the return to democracy in Argentina, on the eve of the Human Rights Day, in Buenos … Read more on […]

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Argentines protest in huge anti-government march

Argentines protest in huge anti-government march BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Thousands of people flooded the streets of Argentina's capital for hours Thursday night and many others marched in cities worldwide in the country's biggest anti-government protest in more than a decade. Angered by high … Read more on The Associated Press

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Argentines enjoy nearly the most paid holidays

Argentines enjoy nearly the most paid holidays BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — Oh, how lovely it is this weekend to be Argentine – able to take a mini-vacation to the mountains or the sea, or simply relax at home for three days, blissfully enjoying yet another new government benefit: More paid national … Read more on […]

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Argentines take to streets to protest government policies

Argentines take to streets to protest government policies BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Tens of thousands of Argentines rallied in the streets of the country's biggest cities on Thursday to protest President Cristina Fernandez's policies, including a virtual ban on foreign currency purchases. The rallies were … Read more on Reuters

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Argentines, Czechs knotted at 1-1 in Davis Cup semi

Argentines, Czechs knotted at 1-1 in Davis Cup semi Buenos Aires, Argentina – Former U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro and former Wimbledon runner-up Tomas Berdych posted singles wins Friday, as host Argentina and the Czech Republic are tied at 1-1 in their best-of-five Davis Cup semifinal. Read more on Fox News

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World Tango Competition: Argentines Win Top Prizes

World Tango Competition: Argentines Win Top Prizes Argentina's Cristian Sosa, top, and Maria Noel Sciuto compete during the 2012 Tango Dance World Cup stage finals in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2012. Sosa and Sciuto won the Tango Championship. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko) … Read more on Huffington Post

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Currency controls make travel, even online purchases more difficult for Argentines

Currency controls make travel, even online purchases more difficult for Argentines People pass by a travel agency offering trips to Bogota and Cusco, priced in Argentine pesos, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Monday, Sept. 3, 2012. Argentines are increasingly feeling trapped inside their… (Associated Press) … Read more on Newser

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Currency controls make travel, even online purchases more difficult for Argentines

Currency controls make travel, even online purchases more difficult for Argentines People pass by a travel agency offering trips to Bogota and Cusco, priced in Argentine pesos, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Monday, Sept. 3, 2012. Argentines are increasingly feeling trapped inside their… (Associated Press) … Read more on Newser

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Do Argentines Need Therapy? Pull Up a Couch

Do Argentines Need Therapy? Pull Up a Couch BUENOS AIRES — The cafe, just north of a leafy district affectionately nicknamed Villa Freud, was almost empty. Roberto Álvarez sipped his espresso, furrowed his brow and began ticking off the names of psychologists he had seen over the past decade. Read more on Pittsburgh Post Gazette

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