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Anti-government protests in Argentina
Sparked by crime, inflation, high-profile corruption and a fear that President Cristina Fernandez will try and hold power indefinitely by ending term limits, Argentinians took to the street in protest.
A man watches as protesters demonstrate during a march against Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012. Angered by rising inflation, violent crime and high-profile corruption, and afraid Fernandez will try to hold onto power indefinitely by ending constitutional term limits, the protesters banged pots and marched on the iconic obelisk in Argentina's capital. Protests also were held in plazas nationwide and outside Argentine embassies and consulates around the world. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)