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  • Wild Tales
    Wild Tales (2014) Dir. Damian Szifron
    Wild Tales is a raucous collection of outrageous shorts whose only common theme seems to be to strip down the oppression of society's expectations. Society in this case, refers to modern Argentinian society, which can inform some of the...
  • Researchers find secret Nazi hideout in Argentina jungle
    Researchers find secret Nazi hideout in Argentina jungle
    After locating a secret Nazi hideout in South America, researchers have learned a little more about unknown Nazi history. According to the Washington Post on March 23, archaeologists found Nazi hideaways in Argentina designed to house high-ranking...
  • Judge dismissed indictment against Argentinian president
    Judge rejected indictment against Argentine president
    A argentine federal judge dismissed today an indictment against the Argentinian president, Cristina Fernandez for being presumed involved in a cover up of iran citizens accused of attack to a jewish mutual company in Buenos Aires, capital city of...
  • The Falklands
    Argentina annexes the Falkland Islands on their currency
    The Falkland Islands have recently found themselves in the news again after decades of relative obscurity. The islands, which lie some 300 miles off the Argentinian coast, have been a British overseas territory since the Falklands War in the early...
  • Ezequiel Lavezzi
    Ezequiel Lavezzi open to go back with SSC Napoli
    Argentine forward Ezequiel Lavezzi of Paris Saint-Germain from the French league is open to move back to SSC Napoli from the Italian league. Lavezzi recently told Sky Italia, Italian press, that he would love to go back to Italy and play for the...
  • Say Best Kept Secret of Argentina
    Best kept secret of Argentina revealed Say Hueque
    Argentina/Chile tour operator Say Hueque, specializing in authentic experiences for independent travelers,reveals best-kept secret of Argentina in blog:“You may have heard about Argentina’s famous Perito Moreno Glacier, but did you...
  • AMIA Bombing
    Argentina President Goes to Bed with Terrorists and America Doesn't Care
    A week ago, I wrote a piece, Terrorism South of the Border: ISIS Is Just a Couple Steps Away — Literally. The piece looks at the ongoing relationship between terrorists and Argentina and its sister-in-ideology, Venezuela. The piece hasn'...
  • Argentina's werewolf legend got mixed up with its presidential adoption tradition
    Legends get mixed up in Argentina werewolf story
    It was widely reported that the President of Argentina adopted a child who was a seventh son in an attempt to keep him from turning into a werewolf. Well, that’s one of those stories that’s kind of right and kind of not right....
  • The President of Argentina has adopted a seventh son to prevent him from turning werewolf
    No werewolf in Argentina; president adopts godson to stop transformation
    The Independent UK reported on Dec. 27 that the President of Argentina has adopted a young man as her godson to protect him from transforming into a werewolf. The legend of el lobison is alive and well in Argentina in 2014.President Christina...
  •  President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner
    President of Argentina adopts boy to help stop superstitions about werewolves
    Some superstitions never die and the one about the seventh son of the seventh son turning into a werewolf is still alive and well in Argentina. According to the Dec. 27 reports from both Metro and The Independent, the President of Argentina...
  • Mexican Beaches
    Spring Break in Cancun, adventure in Buenos Aires, the Lumber Baron Mansion
    The deals this week include a Spring Break perennial, a South American adventure, and a great deal on a stay at an historic mansion in Denver.With the holidays nearly over, it’s time to think about Spring Break travel. Vacation Express is...
  • Freedom for Sandra
    Freedom for Sandra
    Although a New York State appellate court recently ruled that a 40-year old chimp named Tommy was not entitled to the same legal rights as a person, a court in Argentina has ruled that Sandra an orangutan that has lived 20 years at the Buenos...
  • Orangutan: Argentina grants 29-year-old orangutan human rights, free from zoo
    Orangutan: Argentina grants 29-year-old orangutan human rights, free from zoo
    An orangutan in Argentina has gained her freedom after living 20 years in a zoo in Buenos Aires. In an unprecedented case, Argentine judges ruled and signed unanimously that 29-year-old orangutan Sandra is a “non-human person” who has...
  • Rutini Wines Trumpeter Cabernet Sauvignon
    Rutini Wines Trumpeter: An outstanding Argentine Cabernet Sauvignon
    Finding a reasonably priced quality wine is often difficult. Recently I was pleasantly surprised when I experienced Rutini Wines Trumpeter 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon. Priced under $12.00 this wine is well worth it.The history of the Rutini Winery...
  • World Cup trophy
    Colombia confirm interest in hosting 2030 World Cup
    Colombian league (DiMayor) president Ramón Jesurúm confirmed on Wednesday the interest that was talked about during the Copa América draw on Monday regarding that country being interested in co-hosting the 2030 World Cup. "(Colombia) is...