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Santa Fe Public Schools hope to turn around low high school graduation rates by teaming up with a Florida company that will use public money to recruit students who dropped out and try to get them back to class in the coming months.
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – On his first anniversary as pontiff Thursday, Pope Francis defended "slum priests" from the accusation their advocacy for the downtrodden reflects a different, leftist church that is remote from conservative Vatican values.
Government officials yesterday tried to convince senators that the US$5 billion Argentina will pay to Spanish firm Repsol was a good deal because the value of the company at the time of the 2012 expropriation was US$9.69 billion.
Stranded commuters wait for buses yesterday. A sudden strike called on Greater Buenos Aires-based bus companies to protest the murder of a driver caused major problems and traffic jams in Buenos Aires City on a wet day.
As the 38th anniversary of the last military coup nears, Defence Minister Agustn Rossi celebrated the discovery of 7,000 new documents from Argentina's last military dictatorship that directly refer to the repression.
Some 2,300 kilometres away from Rio de Janeiro, a murga named Colour and Joy gathered at the foot of a replica of Rio's Christ the Redeemer statue in the Cordoban town of Bouwer.
The Paris Club invited the Argentine government on Friday to negotiate paying off its overdue debt, with talks starting in the week of May 26 to take an important step towards settling the long-running debt dispute.
In the alphabetical world of grapes, the letter "T" is teeming with a variety of grapes - trebbiano, teroldego, tannat, and a slew of Portuguese tinta -s and touriga-s, to name just a few.
Father Jose Maria di Paola, well-known in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as "Padre Pepe," poses for a photo March 12. JOSE LEON SUAREZ, Argentina - The doors used to stay shuttered on the chapel of Our Lady of the Miracle chapel in a shantytown on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, opening only on Saturdays for catechism classes and Sundays for a single, ... (more)
People walk by a poster of Pope Francis with a phrase that reads in Spanish "One year sharing hopes" on the day of his first election anniversary, in Buenos Aires, Argentina,Thursday, March 13, 2014.
Mr. Neal worked for Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. for more than 25 years, beginning as a salesman and rising to president of Firestone Steel Products.
As some high school teachers may know, it can be a challenge to get a room full of rowdy teenage boys to learn, much less be interested in, the required class curriculum.
"I played a lot of cowboys and Indians until discovering 'The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan' at age 7. After that, I hung up my spurs."
Senator Pereyra of Neuqun discusses the energy sector and the Repsol settlement Freshman Senator Guillermo Pereyra is starting out his tenure at centre stage.
Pope Francis wants you to know he is not a superhero . On the other hand, he is probably just the most popular pontiff ever.