Tag Archives: Buenos Aires

04Apr/16
Juan Pedro Damiani

FIFA ethics committee investigates one of its own members

File footage of a member of the FIFA ethics committee who has himself been placed under a preliminary investigation by the world soccer governing body’s watchdog.

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13Dec/15

Argentines pariticipate in mass street tango

Argentines participate in the annual Great National Milonga, a mass participation street tango performance, to celebrate the sultry dance.

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31Oct/15

Romania President awaits investigation report after Bucharest nightclub fire

Romanian President, Klaus Iohannis, says he awaits the results of an investigation report after a fire at a nightclub in Bucharest leaves 27 dead and 184 injured as blood donors queue outside of hospital.
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17Sep/15

Seismologist warns of aftershocks and tsunamis in wake of 8.3 earthquake

Following an 8.3 earthquake off the coast of Chile, Caltech seismologist says that affected regions must remain vigilant for aftershocks and tsunamis or if it turns out to be a foreshock of a larger seismic event.

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08Sep/15

2015 Rugby Union World Cup – South Africa profile

Profile of South Africa ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, hosted by England and Wales.

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02Sep/15

Latin American faithful divided after Pope Francis allows priests to forgive abortion

Catholic worshippers in Argentina and Mexico are divided following comments from Pope Francis granting priests discretion to forgive abortion during Holy Year.

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08Jun/15

2015 Copa America – Argentina preview

Argentina prepare for the 2015 Copa America in Chile where they will look to win their first major trophy in 22 years.

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02Mar/15

Cleared of cover-up charges, Argentine leader comes out swinging during annual address

Argentina’s President Cristina Fernandez argues in her annual address she has been a forceful advocate for the resolution of the investigation into the 1994 AMIA bombing in wake of being cleared of cover-up accusations.

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