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  1. Marriage made in MendozaRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Buenos Aires Herald

    CV 36 Born: Medelln, Colombia Lives: Lujn de Cuyo, Mendoza Education : Business administration UC de Pereira, MBA at Universidad de Cuyo Profession: Marketing manager at Via Cobos Currently reading: Cuentos Orientales by Marguerite Yourcenar Last film: Grandes Hroes with my children Gadget: A notebook and pencil While on a work placement in Mexico, Colombian marketing manager Claudia Piedrahita met her future husband, an Argentine from Mendoza. After moving to Argentina nine years ago, she now works for a prestigious winery and is mother to three children.


  2. The grit and glamour of the Dakar: What it's REALLY like on the...Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Mail on Sunday

    It has the largest following of all, and more than 80 per cent of competitors are amateurs who pay handsomely for the privilege of taking part. And they know they might not even make it past the first stage.


  3. Ushuaia: In Search of Perfect Weather: When to Travel to Ushuaia and Tierra del FuegoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Jaunted

    If it's cold where you live, then pay attention this week as we profile a few Perfect Weather destinations. Ships sailing up the Beagle Channel and into the port city of Ushuaia wish they could always have the view above.


  4. Solidarity with the journalistRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Buenos Aires Herald

    This newspaper tries to avoid placing itself above the news, but on this occasion we will make an exception to address the intense days that we have lived through recently. Following 48 hours of vertigo, Damin Pachter, the journalist who broke the news of prosecutor Alberto Nisman's death on January 18, feels that he is safe in Israel and that is the most essential thing.


  5. Reporter who broke Nisman story in Israel insists Argentine gov't pursued himRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | The Jewish Journal

    Argentine Jews rally outside the Argentine Embassy in Tel Aviv to protest the death of AMIA prosecutor Alberto Nisman, Jan. 23, 2015. /JTA Damian Pachter, the Argentine-Israeli journalist who was the first to report the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, said he feels safe now that he has arrived in Israel.


  6. Juan Roman Riquelme's Career Was a Beautiful Journey Yet an Uncomfortable RideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | BleacherReport

    Jorge Valdano would surely have become a poet had he not decided to dedicate himself to a life in football. He is, in fact, one of the best writers ever to have dealt with football.


  7. Madmotormiquel + Soukie & Windish (GER) @ Mi CasaRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 1 | Thru the Eye of Obscure

    For our first Mi Casa of 2015 we're stoked to bring you three of Berlin's leading underground DJs - Madmotormiquel, and Soukie & Windish. The parties they host in Europe are nothing short of legendary and their Wellington performance is sure to be a stand-out event for the year.


  8. Argentina under fire for revealing trip of fleeing reporterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Concord Monitor

    Argentina's government faced criticism for publishing the travel details of a journalist who said he fled in fear of his life after breaking the news of the death of a prosecutor in a politically charged case. The official Twitter account of the presidential palace published Damian Pachter's voucher for a flight to Uruguay on Sunday, highlighting that he was due to return to Argentina on Feb. 2. Pachter, a journalist for the While the government denied any malign intent, a lawmaker filed an accusation for publishing "confidential and private details" of an Argentine citizen.


  9. Vaya Adventures' guests go off beaten track In northern ArgentinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 |

    The most incredible parts of a faraway land often are discovered well off the tourist track, as demonstrated by Vaya Adventures , an expert in designing premier bespoke vacations in South America. A perfect example of this can be found in two different weeklong itineraries to seldom-explored regions of northern Argentina.


  10. Vaya Adventures Goes Off Beaten Track in N. Argentina, Discovering High-Altitude Vineyards, MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | PR Log

    One itinerary in the far northwest skirts the Argentinean Andes as it visits the world's highest-altitude vineyard; the other is in the extreme northeast of the country delves into the world's second largest wetland and World Heritage Missions. PRLog - Jan. 26, 2015 - BERKELEY, CA, - The most incredible parts of a faraway land often are discovered well off the tourist track, as demonstrated by Vaya Adventures ) , an expert in designing premier bespoke vacations in South America.


  11. Can Hollywood Trade Justin Beiber To Argentina For Dannae Saranich?Read the original story

    Sunday Jan 25 | PRLog US Entertainment

    Justin Beiber may not know how to act when he leaves the country, but Argentinian actress Dannae Saranich is acting well in Hollywood as she is cast in a film by exec producer of TV show Nellyville. PRLog - Jan. 25, 2015 - LOS ANGELES -- Just as Justin Beiber is summoned back to Argentina to face his day in court for allegedly having his bodyguards beat up a photographer who waited for him outside a nightclub last year, Hollywood welcomes Argentinian actress Dannae Saranich with open arms.


  12. Jumpseat: Deviation WoesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Flying

    Hovering over a counter in Operations, I tapped at my iPad screen. I was reviewing WSI weather information for our flight south from JFK to Buenos Aires, Argentina.


  13. Small Cap Movers: Sable Mining soars 300% on export deal talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | This Is Money

    The Italian plumber and Mr Balotelli can step aside as there's only one SuperMario as far as the market's were concerned this week. Blue-chips were lifted by ECB president Mario Draghi's a 1trillion asset buying plans, but the promise of greater liquidity was also a boost to sentiment in the riskier small cap sector.


  14. Seeking solace in the mountains of PatagoniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 |

    The icy wind whipped and swirled, nearly knocking me off my feet. Snow lashed my face.


  15. Best kept secret of Argentina revealed Say HuequeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 |

    Two of the world's top tennis players faced off at Argentina's famed Perito Moreno glacier on Friday . World number one Rafael Nadal and world number two Novak Djokovic played an exhibition match on board a ferry outfitted with a tennis... Argentina /Chile tour operator Say Hueque , specializing in authentic experiences for independent travelers, reveals best-kept secret of Argentina in blog : Visitors look out at Yosemite National Park from Glacier Point on July 21, 2014 in Yosemite National Park, California.


  16. This Town Sank, Then It Rose Due to Climate ChangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Criminal Report Daily

    We've been hearing a lot about climate change and how rising sea levels may engulf coastal cities. But here's a strange, paradoxical variation on that formula - a town that sank underwater, only to eventually reemerge.


  17. Argentine Judge Finds Dead Prosecutor Papers CredibleRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Bloomberg

    The Argentine judge responsible for reviewing the case filed against President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner by prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was found dead Jan. 18, considers the allegations credible, according to a person with knowledge of the process. Judge Ariel Lijo is still analyzing whether the evidence is enough to justify further investigating the allegations that Fernandez and other government officials sought to cover up the alleged involvement of Iranian officials in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center, said the person who asked not to be named because the information isn't public.


  18. Megan Singleton: Five places on my travel list for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | The New Zealand Herald

    It's that time when everyone puts out their projections for best cities to visit in the coming year, so I will add mine. Here are five places I'm going to try and get to in 2015: With the announcement that Air New Zealand will start flying direct to Buenos Aires from December 2015, I am donning my dancing shoes as this tango territory now beckons.


  19. 5 of the Best Places in the World to Buy a Second HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Overseas Property Blog

    There are some locations that never seem to go out of style for long - the French Riviera, say, or Florida. Then there are victims of the market, like Spain or Italy, old favourites edged out by economic woes.


  20. I have won everything but my career was plagued by sacrifice'Read the original story

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Achievements: Competed in five Olympic Games and won the gold medal paired with Juan Curuchet at Beijing 2008 in the Madison event. Won the gold medal at the World Championship in 2004, with the same partner in the same event.