It sounds a bit dumb, doesn’t it? Daniela Vargas went to the press and shared her story of how she illegally immigrated to the United States as a seven-year-old child from Argentina, then faces deportation due to her illegal status being known to authorities. You can’t make this up: Attorneys for Daniela Vargas, a young “Dreamer” who […]
Count MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell a fan of President Obama’s impromptu tango dance Wednesday night in Argentina. Mitchell was interviewing former Ambassador Nicholas Burns, who defended Obama’s actions: Burns: Give him a break. Because he is working hard and doing his best for our country. Mitchell: And how many of us can say that we can […]
The Americans have not been identified publicly, but this puts a new light on Obama continuing his trip to Argentina from Cuba instead of returning to the U.S. to handle this situation.
Hezbollah, a terrorist organization, claimed responsibility for the truck bomb attack that killed 29 people and wounded hundreds. But, justice has not been served as no one was arrested for the terrorist attack.
O’Reilly is trying to avoid the Brian Williams treatment, where Williams lied about his war story in Iraq and is now suspended from NBC News (and could be fired). Mother Jones, a left-wing publication, alleged O’Reilly lied about a story of covering a post-Falklands War coup attempt.
The investigation into the death of Argentinian prosecutor Alberto Nisman continues to go forward, but now it appears he feared for the safety of his family.
This makes this situation a bit nuttier, now that the president of Argentina said it could’ve happened to smear her government. At this point, who knows what’s really going on.
Uh, this seems really fishy. A prosecutor is found dead soon after accusing the country’s president of a bomb plot… Editor’s correction: Cristina Kirchner, Argentina’s president, was accused of cutting a deal with Iran to stop an investigation and exonerate Iran in a 1994 Buenos Aires attack. She was not specifically accused of a bomb plot, but about its cover-up.
WASHINGTON — Argentina may have to repay its investors for defaulting on their sovereign bonds back in 2002, if a U.S.-based court case goes the investors’ way. Reuters reported that the Argentine government criticized U.S. judge for his decision in Argentina’s debt case. Thomas Griesa, the U.S. district court judge, said that Argentina has to […]
WASHINGTON — Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez has seen her popularity plummet as a heat wave has led to electricity shortages across the country. Reuters reported that protests began to gain momentum as Argentines were upset at how terribly their country has been run under Fernandez. She still has two years left in her last term […]
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3/25/2016 - 2 Americans among the Dead in the Brussels Terrorist Attacks
3/19/2015 - Relatives Remember 1992 Bombing of Israeli Embassy in Argentina
2/23/2015 - Bill O’Reilly defends himself against Mother Jones article
2/8/2015 - Dead Argentina Prosecutor feared for Safety of His Family
1/23/2015 - Mysterious Prosecutor Death was a Smear Campaign, says Argentina’s President
1/19/2015 - Argentinian Prosecutor found dead after Accusing Kirchner of Bomb Plot
8/18/2014 - Argentina, Seeing Economy Collapse, Blame U.S. Judge in Debt Case
1/6/2014 - Argentina’s Fernandez struggles with Heat Wave Debacle
10/30/2013 - Argentina’s Cristina Fernandez suffers Major Setback in Elections
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