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Topic - Government Of Argentina
House Republicans this week accused Argentina of trying to block their investigation into suspected Iranian ties to terrorism in the Western Hemisphere by refusing to let an Argentinian prosecutor testify on the matter Tuesday.
In 1776, a group of American patriots wrote a letter to their king informing him they were unhappy with their political status and had plans to change it. Americans know this story well.
Americans — Catholics and non-Catholic — expressed surprise and mostly satisfaction as the news broke that Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio had been selected the next pope of the global church, the first pontiff from the New World.
If you lend money at 5 percent interest for 10 years and then suddenly the borrower announces that he is only going to repay you at 30 cents on the dollar, would you think you have been cheated?
Leftists love to hate Big Oil. Extracting crude and refining it into a usable energy source is necessarily a massive operation involving great risk, expense and profit. That makes the industry a natural target for demagogues. Argentina is taking the politics of envy to the extreme.
Eight former executives and agents of Siemens AG and its subsidiaries have been charged in a decade-long scheme to bribe senior government officials in Argentina to secure, implement and enforce a $1 billion contract with the Argentine government to produce national identity cards, the Justice Department said Tuesday.
Argentina's public health system is failing many of the women who depend on it for access to birth control and abortion, a human rights group said Tuesday.