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  1. Colours of La BocaRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | TrekEarth

    I realize that it is nothing creative, this is very well known view from La Boca, as well as the cliche title. But it was my long dream to see it.

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  2. Symphony Concert in Buenos Aires for the Armenian Genocide CentennialRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Groong

    Symphony Concert was held in Buenos Aires for the Armenian Genocide Centennial X-Sender: Asbed Bedrossian X-Proofpoint-Virus-Version: vendor=fsecure signatures=0 X-Proofpoint-Spam-Reason: safe X-Listprocessor-Version: 8.1 -- ListProcessor by CREN Agencia Prensa Armenia A symphony concert organized by the interinstitutional commission for the Armenian Genocide Centennial was held in Buenos Aires today.

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  3. Horses change coursesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Buenos Aires Herald

    Most recently working for a recruiter, she is mother to two-year-old twins and is organizing a horse auction with her trainer partner. Rachel says: "The first time I came to Argentina was on holiday over Thanksgiving 2005.

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  4. It's time to start worrying about what Russia's been up to in Latin AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Silicon Alley Insider

    Russian influence is back in Latin America in a big way, along with a "clear return to Cold War tactics." And it's happening at a time when the US military admits that it faces a "near total lack of awareness of threats and the readiness to respond" in the region.

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  5. Archaeologist's mission to find the Nazis' bunker hideout...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies The five German coins minted between 1938 and 1941 and a fragment of porcelain plate bearing the inscription "Made in Germany" unearthed in the remote Argentine jungle was just the start.

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  6. Photos of the Day: Jet engine powers world's fastest shipRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | ECNmag

    When the first C-5 transport plane took off in 1968, it became the world's largest aircraft, capable of lifting 130 tons of cargo. As tall as a six-story building and 80 yards long, the U.S. Air Force called it "a beautiful, useful giant."

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  7. Argentino's LakeRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | TrekEarth

    Photo captured in Cerro Frias. Cerro Frias is a tourist resort in the region of El Calafate. In the background we have the Argentino lake, it is the water from the melting of the Perito Moreno Glacier. El Calafate, Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina.

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  8. Air New Zealand reveals Buenos Aires route pricingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Stuff.co.nz

    In December Air New Zealand announced that it would fly to Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, using a newly refurbished 304-seat Boeing 777-200ER. Air New Zealand said from March 25 until April 7 it was offering a special one way fare of $899 from Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch to Buenos Aires for the travel period between February 2 and March 9, 2016.

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  9. Auckland to Argentina non-stop for just $899 one-wayRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Scoop

    Air New Zealand is celebrating fares going on sale today for its non-stop service between Auckland and the Argentinean capital of Buenos Aires with a special limited time introductory price of just $899 one-way. Subject to government and regulatory approval, the new Auckland - Buenos Aires service which kicks off on 1 December 2015 will be Air New Zealand's first ever scheduled service to South America, opening up a whole new world of opportunities for Kiwis wanting to explore the vibrant city of Buenos Aires and beyond to the rest of Argentina and South America.

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  10. Highest and lowest points on EarthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Earth & Sky

    Ever wonder how high the highest points on Earth are, in contrast to the deepest manmade boreholes and ocean trenches? Check out this fascinating infographic. This fascinating infographic on Earth's highest and lowest points - and the information below - comes from Chiltern Thrust Bore in the UK.

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  11. My Lonely Passover in UruguayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Forward

    The year before I lived in Uruguay, I'd loosened up with a game of beer-pong for my college's Hillel House Seder, where I drunkenly slurred my way through " Dayenu " with the other Jewish students too far from home to return for the holiday. The naive college me believed that her motivation for attending was the free meal offered by Hillel.

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  12. Feature: First Chinese-Spanish public school thrives in ArgentinaRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Xinhuanet

    Buenos Aires is home to the world's first Chinese-Spanish bilingual public school, a boon to local residents and thousands of Chinese immigrants here, who have long worried about their children's Chinese-language skills. Three years ago, Xue, mother of six-year-old Maomao, struggled with the decision to send her only child back to China.

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  13. Meet the (New) Director: Lukas Valenta Rinner, 'Parabellum'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Film Comment

    Austrian director Lukas Valenta Rinner makes his North American debut with his first feature, Parabellum , which was nominated for the International Debut Award at the GA teborg Film Festival. The enigmatic film tells the story of a Buenos Aires office worker joining a bizarre group on a secluded retreat to prepare for the apocalypse.

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  14. Godwin in the JungleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Daily Kos

    Archaeologists say they've discovered what they believe to be a Nazi hideout in the middle of an Argentinian jungle. Six researchers from the University of Buneos Aires and La Plata Museum found the ruins of what is believed to be a hideout in Teyu Cuare Park in northern Argentina near the border with Paraguay, team leader Daniel Schavelzon told ABC News today.

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  15. Philanthropies launch new initiative to promote global Jewish serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Jerusalem Post

    Organizations aim to promote Jewish initiatives in order to relieve suffering and inspire a new generation of global Jewish citizens. MEMBERS OF the Argentine Jewish community congregate in front of the outline of the former Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires to commemorate the eighth anniversary of the building's destruction by a car bomb.

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  16. Exploring South American Rock Trails - Journey Through The AndesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Four Wheeler

    Sebastian Varas is a South American 4-wheeler from Chile, where he has a really cool Willys Jeep. You may recall this Jeep from the recent story "The Past Spawns Modern Jeeps" .

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  17. A Family in Argentina Is Driving 11,000 Miles to See the PopeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | WMDH-AM New Castle

    Nol Zemborain and her husband Alfredo "Catire" Walker have plans to take their four children on a road trip. But they aren't embarking on your average lengthy family car ride across the state, or even the country.

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  18. Ap Photos: Fresh water the world's most precious resourceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 22 | KFVS12

    The waterfalls, on the border of Argentina and Brazil, are part of the Guarani Aquifer, one of the world's major underground reserv... . Asa Meslar swims along the Rock Springs Run at Kelly Park in Apopka, Fla., on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

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  19. Fun in the slums: the shameless campaigningRead the original story

    Saturday Mar 21 | Buenos Aires Herald

    There is something morally repugnant in the sight of smiling politicians taking their election campaigns to the slums, or to the low-income areas, or to the economically challenged sections of the capital - call them what you will, but they need more than a photo op. The comment might also be seen as grossly unfair.

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  20. Positivity: An 11,000-mile pilgrimage to see Pope Francis in PhiladelphiaRead the original story

    Saturday Mar 21 | BizzyBlog.com

    How far would you travel to see the Pope? For one family in Argentina, seven months and 11,000 miles is a small price to pay for the chance to celebrate the World Meeting of Families with Pope Francis in September. She acknowledged that families face many "difficult situations," including meeting monthly expenses.

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