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Buenos Aires Herald
The Old Woman: a date with a deluxe trio
An unprecedented event will take place in Buenos Aires between August 21 and 30: The Old Woman, a play that was very successfully presented - with sold-out performances - in New York, Paris and the most important international festivals, will be staged at the Opera Allianz in Buenos Aires.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Salt Lake Tribune
Argentina resumes negotiations to avert default
Buenos Aires a Argentina's government said Monday it will make another effort to reach a deal with US.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
South America's 'Fauxtels': Argentine Hotels that Borrow Big Names.
Exclusive Feature: Nestled at the foot of the Andes and less than 200 kilometers from Chile lays the wine capital of Argentina: Mendoza; The city serves as a spring for the full-bodied Malbec wines that flow through the country and are served at the side of every rare Argentine steak.
Recoleta Cemetery : The City of the Dead in Buenos Aires
Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires is one of the more popular tourists spots in the city.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Wine-Themed Hotel to Open in Argentina
MENDOZA, Argentina-Situated within a private 2.8 hectare vineyard , behind the gates of Tupungato Winelands , is the Auberge du Vin Hotel , which is poised to open to the public on Sept.
Argentina's La Cabrera opens steakhouse in Makati
MANILA The first Philippine branch of the famous Buenos Aires-based steakhouse La Cabrera -- also the first in Asia -- opened on the same day Argentina lost to Germany in the 2014 World Cup final.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
July 2014 Gallery Night & Day: What to see
Twenty years ago, Santiago Cucullu, one of Milwaukee's most widely exhibited and respected artists, went to a party in Buenos Aires.
Zoo in Argentina refuses to transfer 'world's saddest polar bear' to Canada despite online campaign
Argentina's only remaining captive polar bear will remain in the country despite a petition by almost 700,000 people calling for it to be transferred to Canada.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
UPDATE 2-Argentine president says debt stance not made on a whim
Argentina will keep talking to "holdout" investors suing the country for full payment on their bonds, but its demands should not be trivialized as whims, its president said on Wednesday.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Wisconsin musicians embark on life-changing tour
"It''s so much fun. I love it alot" says Iszie Tigges-Green, a member of the Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra, a group that is preparing to travel to Argentina to perform.
China's Xi eyes increased investment in Cuba
Chinese President Xi Jinping met his Cuban counterpart Raul Castro in a visit to expand investment in the fellow communist nation, his last stop on a four-country Latin American charm offensive.
Argentina zoo freezes polar bear move to Canada
Argentina's last captive polar bear will remain in the country despite a petition by more than half a million people asking that he be moved to Canada.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
South China Morning Post
In South America, Xi eases the way for bilateral trade
President Xi Jinping's visit to Argentina over the weekend has further eased access to key commodities for China, to support its thriving economy, while strengthening its influence in Latin America.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Xi heads to Venezuela after inking trade...
China's President Xi Jinping departed Argentina Sunday for Venezuela, the next-to-last stop of a Latin American tour aimed at bolstering trade with the region.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
AP/file All Things Catholic - FOBs' driving the train under Pope Francis
During the Clinton administration, American politics developed a new bit of argot: "FOB," meaning "friend of Bill," an intimate of the president who enjoyed access to the corridors of power and perhaps helped shape his agenda.
South China Morning Post
Xi Jinping hails 'new horizons' for China and Argentina on visit to Buenos Aires
Relations between Argentina and China were poised to reach unprecedented "new horizons", visiting President Xi Jinping said yesterday, addressing lawmakers in Buenos Aires.
Reports from Cuba's Venezuela: The Argentine middleman
Last week, Argentine newspaper Clarin offered some juicy details on the alleged sale of overpriced rice from Argentina to Venezuela thorugh a company linked to Julio De Vido, Cristina Kirchner's longtime Planning Minister.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
'Sad' polar bear not healthy enough for transfer
Arturo, the only polar bear in Argentina, living in captivity at a zoo in Mendoza, 1050 km west of Buenos Aires, is pictured at his enclosure on February 5, 2014.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
The Bennington Banner
China, Russia leaders seek South American inroads
During overlapping visits to Latin America, the leaders of China and Russia have been welcomed with open arms by governments that are among the most hostile to Washington, including Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Buenos Aires Herald
ATFA: 'Time is running out for Argentina'
The American Task Force Argentina group the government has officially accused of being funded by same holdout creditors suing Argentina over its defaulted bonds, has resumed its advertisement campaign against Buenos Aires now saying the Kirchnerite administration is actually "choosing" a default scenario.