Tag Archives: Buenos Aires

Enormous Plesiosaur Once Swam Around Ancient Patagonia

Grapefruit-size vertebra & robust rib bones come into view in irregular chunks of sandstone as paleontologist Fernando Novas uses a hammer & chisel to chip away at what may be…

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Espinoza poised to assume father Fangio's name

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Former racing driver Oscar “Cacho” Espinoza is preparing to alter his surname to Fangio once Argentine legal authorities have ruled that he is the son of…

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Argentine ruling party candidate jabs hard in presidential debate

By Hugh Bronstein BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Argentina's ruling-party presidential candidate, Daniel Scioli, lagging in opinion polls, came out swinging in Sunday's debate against his business-friendly rival, yet switched to…

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Armed robbers use little baby to help them raid designer clothes store

It was baby’s first hold-up. Shocking images show how armed robbers used a tiny tot as cover during a raid on a designer clothes store.

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In America's birthplace, pope gives pep talk to immigrants

By Philip Pullella & Scott Malone PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – Pope Francis, speaking in America's birthplace on Saturday, offered stout words of support to Hispanic & other immigrants in the United…

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Image of dead child on beach haunts and frustrates the world

The photo of the dead 3-year-old Syrian boy on a Turkish beach is haunting. It captures everything we don't want to see when we tap our phones or open our…

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Argentine woman in wheelchair competing in World Tango Championships in Buenos Aires

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Gabriela Fernanda Torres strikes a unique pose as she competes with hundreds of other dancers in this year's World Tango Championships in Argentina. The 37-year-old Argentine…

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Boks bank on tactical u-turn, 'bone collector'

Buenos Aires (AFP) – Twice world champions South Africa hope a tactical u-turn & recalling a 'bone collector' can prevent a second humiliating defeat by Argentina in rapid succession. After…

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Argentine presidential candidate confronts floods, critics

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Argentina's leading presidential candidate returned from Italy on Thursday, cutting short his trip amid growing complaints approximately his absence during widespread flooding in the province…

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Official candidate ahead in Argentine presidential primary: polls

By Hugh Bronstein BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Ruling party candidate Daniel Scioli was ahead in Argentina's presidential primary on Sunday, according to TV exit polls that showed voters tending toward…

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