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  1. Roca and roll - the encoreRead the original story

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

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

    Yesterday | 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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  4. Chile volcano prompts new evacuations, flights to Argentina canceledRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 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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  5. Chilean volcano could erupt a third timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | 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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  6. Chile Volcano Still Puffing; Flights Canceled in ArgentinaRead the original story

    Friday | 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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  7. UPDATE 1-Chile volcano prompts new evacuations, flights to Argentina cancelledRead the original story

    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 grey ash.

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

    Thursday | 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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  9. Chile volcano's ash cloud leads to flight cancellationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | 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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  10. 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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  11. 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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  12. 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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  13. Volcano erupts in ChileRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Boston.com

    The eruption of the Puyehue volcano in the Andes mountains of southern Chile last weekend provided some spectacular images of the force of nature. Ash covers the landscape and thousands of people were evacuated from the surrounding rural communities.

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  14. Music in her heartRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | RecordNET

    Jennifer Lind discusses music and singing with a spiritual fervor. She is the music and the music is her. Whether it's entertaining seniors and children, performing in the American Midwest with Randy Sparks, at a Lodi winery or being charmed by a busker in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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  15. Argentina gloats after massive bond saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | West Australian

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

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  16. Circle Theatre to Present EVITA, 5/7-23Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | BroadwayWorld.com

    Starting off the Main Stage season in May of 2015 is the musical EVITA, running May 7 through 23. The subject of this dynamic musical masterpiece by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice is Argentina's controversial First Lady, Eva Peron. As an illegitimate fifteen year old, Eva escaped her dirt-poor existence for the bright lights of Buenos Aires.

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  17. Leveraged To Changes In Argentina, Cresud Can Still OutperformRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Seeking Alpha

    Cresud continues to live off of the profits generated by its stake in IRSA, an Argentine real estate developer and operator with quality shopping, office, and hotel properties. Better weather may help Cresud's agricultural operations a little, but a new government and new policies would help even more.

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  18. Ecuador Shows Robust and Continuous Growth as Capital City Quito Shows Increases in Luxury OccupancyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Hospitality Net

    In a recent analysis released on hotel activity in Ecuador, The South American Hotel & Tourism Investment Conference reports that Ecuador's economy is the 8th largest in Latin America, after Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Peru and Chile. According to SAHIC President & Founder Arturo Garcia Rosa , Ecuador has escaped recession during the world's economic crisis in 2009, despite not having a sovereign currency, fully paying the IMF debt, and lifting restriction s on public spending in the country.

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  19. A people carrier... Argentinian style: Family of SIX travel through ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Daily Mail

    Police find body of ESPN writer Ivan Maisel's student son, 21, two months after his car was found abandoned on shore of Lake Ontario Prince William has finished his air ambulance training early... just in time to be with wife Kate Middleton for the birth of the royal baby - and Harry's coming back too 'None of this would have happened if I didn't drink': Kim Richards talks about her demons and that drunken Beverly Hills hotel arrest in emotional Dr. Phil interview Police in Argentina are hunting a family-of-six who crammed onto one motorbike before riding through the streets without helmets. They were spotted driving through the city of San Miguel de Tucuman in Argentina's north-western province of Tucuman.

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  20. Air NZ flies Dreamliner to Fiji summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | The New Zealand Herald

    Air NZ says travel to Fiji has been growing, so it will start flying its new Dreamliner Boeing 787 aircraft on the route this summer. Photo / NZ Herald It will use the Boeing 787-9 on the Nadi route from November to March, adding 8000 more seats than last year.

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