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  1. Argentina and Russia In Strategic Partnership DealRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | DefenceTalk News

    The Argentinian President Christina Fernandez de Kirchner is in Moscow to sign a series of strategic partnership deals with Russia's President Vladimir Putin. Among them could potentially be a deal for Moscow to supply the Argentinians with 12 Sukhoi SU-24 attack aircraft.

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  2. Roca and roll - the encoreRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Buenos Aires Herald

    Josep Roca was in town last week, a surname that smacks of culinary legend that ought to set a peal of bells a-ringing. One of the sibling trio behind El Celler de Can Roca, anointed the world's best restaurant by Restaurant magazine in 2013, Josep is the sommelier behind the renowned Catalan eatery; elder brother Joan who knew he wanted to be a cook from the age of nine, according to Josep leads the kitchen while younger bro Jordi takes charge of the desserts.

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  3. Raise A Glass To Argentina's Wine CultureRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Budget Travel

    This article was written by Will Collier on behalf of Say Hueque , a company specializing in tours to Argentina and Chile. Located in the Southern Cone of South America, Argentina is the 8th largest country in the world.

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  4. Flights disrupted as Chile volcano spews more ashRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Peninsula

    Ash from Chile's spewing Calbuco volcano threatened Saturday to spell travel misery in the region and beyond after it triggered the cancellation of domestic and international flights in several cities. A sleeping giant for more than 50 years, the volcano sprang to life in spectacular bursts of ash and lava Wednesday and Thursday, forcing 6,500 people living nearby to evacuate and blanketed southern Chile in suffocating volcanic debris.

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  5. Big trip: South AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | TNT Magazine

    South America may be more of a faff to get to than other travel destinations, but it's worth the haul. This is a continent of spell-binding scenery , hip-shaking beats, sultry summer sun, cosmopolitan cities of cool, ridiculously good looking locals and loud and proud Latin culture that's sure to exceed your expectations.

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  6. A winning drinks cabinetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Dudleynews.co.uk

    If you're in the mood for a cabinet reshuffle, the General Election on May 7 is the perfect excuse to select some top-notch wines, i deal for post-campaign celebrations . Recent polls indicate each winemaker's manifesto has been a promise to be vigilant in the vineyard and produce wines sure to win your vote... Voted the Best Champagne at the Quality Drink Awards, Tesco Finest Premier Cru Champagne Brut NV, France is a blend of chardonnay and pinot noir and with its lemon and brioche nose, fine bubbles with golden highlights and citrus accents on the long finish, it's the leader of the champagne party.

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  7. Chile volcano prompts new evacuations, flights to Argentina canceledRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Reuters

    Chilean volcano Calbuco, which erupted without warning on Wednesday, is still puffing out ash and smoke on Friday, prompting new evacuations and leading airlines to cancel flights to Argentine capital Buenos Aires, some 1,400 kilometers east. Calbuco, considered one of the most dangerous along Chile's chain of around 2,000 volcanoes, erupted twice in 24 hours on Wednesday and Thursday, sending up a spectacular 17 kilometer-high cloud and coating nearby towns in a thick layer of gray ash.

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  8. Chilean volcano could erupt a third timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | UPI

    The volcano, located near the town of Puerto Octay in Llanquihue province, had its first major eruption since 1961 on Wednesday evening. The second blast occurred around 1 a.m. local time Thursday.

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  9. Chile Volcano Still Puffing; Flights Canceled in ArgentinaRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Big News Network.com

    Chilean volcano Calbuco, which erupted without warning on Wednesday, is still puffing out ash and smoke, leading airlines to cancel flights from Argentine capital Buenos Aires, some 1,400 kilometers east. Calbuco, considered one of the most dangerous along Chile's chain of around 500 active volcanoes, erupted twice in 24 hours on Wednesday and Thursday, sending up a spectacular 17 kilometer-high cloud and coating nearby towns in a thick layer of gray ash.

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  10. UPDATE 1-Chile volcano prompts new evacuations, flights to Argentina cancelledRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Reuters

    Chilean volcano Calbuco, which erupted without warning on Wednesday, is still puffing out ash and smoke on Friday, prompting new evacuations and leading airlines to cancel flights to Argentine capital Buenos Aires, some 1,400 kilometers east. Calbuco, considered one of the most dangerous along Chile's chain of around 2,000 volcanoes, erupted twice in 24 hours on Wednesday and Thursday, sending up a spectacular 17 kilometer-high cloud and coating nearby towns in a thick layer of grey ash.

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  11. Ash turns Chile town into post-apocalyptic scene after Calbuco volcano eruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Russia Taday

    Horses are seen at a playground area covered with ash from Calbuco volcano at Ensenada town near Puerto Varas city April 23, 2015 A thick layer of ash has covered the streets of the town of Puerto Varas and triggered an evacuation on Thursday after the surprise eruption of Calbuco volcano in Chile's south. Winds have carried most of the giant ash cloud over the Andes Mountains into neighboring Argentina, but the Chilean tourist town of Puerto Varas was also seriously affected, despite being nearly 30km away from the action.

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  12. Tourist captures moment of Calbuco eruptionRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Buenos Aires Herald

    A Chilean tourist captured the exact moment when the Calbuco volcano erupted earlier this week, putting Argentina on alert over the past days with volcanic ash causing travel chaos in the southern part of the country. Volcanic ash from Calbuco has reached so far two major cities - San Martn de los Andes and Villa La Angostura - in Neuqun and San Carlos de Bariloche, the most tourist-friendly city of the Ro Negro province.

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  13. Flights canceled as ash cloud pours from Chile volcanoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Philly.com

    An ash cloud from the Calbuco volcano in southern Chile that erupted unexpectedly on Wednesday was blowing into Chile and Argentina on Thursday, forcing the cancellation of flights from nearby cities in both countries and blanketing residents in ash. The volcano, which last had a major eruption in 1961, has belched a spectacular plume of ash and smoke around 15 kilometers into the sky near the popular tourist town of Puerto Varas, some 1,000 kilometers south of Santiago.

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  14. Chilean volcano wreaks havoc on Neuqu nRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Volcanic ash from the Chile''''s Calbuco volcano lingers in the air of Villa La Angostura in Neuquen province yesterday. The volcano in southern Chile has erupted after lying dormant for about half a century on Wednesday, sending a thick plume of ash and smoke several kilometers into the sky.

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  15. World's most spectacular photographsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | CNN

    Getty Images special correspondent John Moore has taken the top prize in Sony World Photography Awards 2015 for his early exposure of the Ebola epidemic in Liberia's capital Monrovia. The award, billed as the world's largest photography competition, carries a $25,000 cash prize, and judges chose to highlight New York-based Moore's "hard-hitting" series, which won widespread praise for bringing images from the epicenter of the deadly disease.

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  16. Australia-South America airfares under pressureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | The Age

    Australian travellers who have long complained about the high cost of flights to South America are set for a welcome boost as Chile's LAN Airlines and Qantas increase capacity, and Air New Zealand breaks their duopoly later this year when it resumes flights to Argentina. The extra flying is likely to put pressure on fares, and LAN concedes that demand has already softened on the long-haul route between Australia and South America in the first quarter of this year due to mining companies tightening their spending and a weaker dollar deterring some travellers.

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  17. Chile volcano's ash cloud leads to flight cancellationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | The Japan Times

    An ash cloud approaches Bariloche, a province of Argentina's Rio Negro, from the Calbuco volcano in neighbouring Chile on Thursday. Spectacular bursts of volcanic lightning and lava lit up the night sky in southern Chile as the Calbuco volcano erupted twice after laying dormant for half a century, forcing some 5,000 people to evacuate.

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  18. Argentina gloats after raising US$1.4 bil. in massive bond saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | The China Post

    Argentina's finance minister thumbed his nose at U.S. hedge fund creditors Wednesday after the country announced it had raised US$1.4 billion in a bond sale, nearly three times what was expected. But lawyers for the hedge funds immediately sought support in the U.S. district court in New York to investigate if the issue violated previous rulings against Buenos Aires.

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  19. LAN flies Dreamliner to AucklandRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | The New Zealand Herald

    Chile's LAN Airlines has launched the Dreamliner on its services through Auckland as looming competition on flights to South America promises to bring down fares. LAN is using the Boeing 787-8 on its daily Santiago-Auckland-Sydney service and says it will upgrade that further in September to a larger 9-series Dreamliner which will add nearly a third more capacity ahead of more rivalry in its home region from Air New Zealand which will fly to Argentina in December.

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  20. Strolling through the fairs and festivals of Buenos AiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 23 | Daily Trojan

    Most weekends in Buenos Aires are packed with unique opportunities in the city, one in particular being the "ferias" or fairs that you can find in almost every neighborhood. These street fair style markets pop up every weekend in the same places and sell everything from food to fabrics.

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