Economy Minister Axel Kicillof harshly criticized PRO leader Mauricio Macri for saying Argentina should comply with a ruling by US Judge Thomas Griesa ordering the country to pay so called “vulture” funds in full.
Victory Front (FpV) presidential candidate Daniel Scioli said an agreement with so called “vulture” funds would be possible if the “interests” of Argentina were protected, as he expressed confidence the country will manage to get foreign investment in order to foster "productive development."
By Luciana Bertoia
Controversial Quilmes Judge Luis Armella has been summoned for questioning as a suspect regarding claims that he invented a judicial case, along with a group of Buenos Aires provincial police officers, blaming five innocent people for a kidnapping that took place between December, 2008 and January, 2009.
The government will seek up to $1.5 billion today in the auction of a dollar-denominated bond due in 2020, according to the official gazette, as the country seeks to replenish foreign reserves after a huge bond payout.• Gov’t tries to recoup wilting reserves • Gov’t confirms Boden 2015 payment ‘successful’
Confirms earlier ruling
Argentina won another small battle against the so-called “vulture” funds in New York’s courts, as a ruling was confirmed that said the cash it deposited last year for restructured debt payments that were frozen by Judge Thomas Griesa could not be seized.
By Santiago Del Carril
For first-time visitors to Buenos Aires City, the Zoo is often a must-see attraction. But many end up finding that what was supposed to be a fun outing for the family ends up being a depressing experience.
Floodwaters from unprecedented rainfall in South Carolina have killed 11 people, closed some 550 roads and bridges and prompted hundreds of rescues of people trapped in homes and cars, officials said.
NATO rejected Moscow's explanation that its warplanes violated the air space of alliance member Turkey at the weekend by mistake and said Russia was sending more ground troops to Syria and building up its naval presence.
The International Monetary Fund said today that it now expects Latin America's economy to shrink 0.3 percent this year instead of growing 0.5 percent, largely due to a steep recession in Brazil and slumping commodity prices.
No shots were fired and there were no reports of any injuries, said Tanya Little, a spokeswoman for the Philadelphia Police Department.
The federal government has declared “illegal” and “clandestine” the hydrocarbon activities carried out off the coast of the Malvinas Islands in Argentina’s continental shelf by the Noble Falklands Limited company, a resolution by the Energy Office confirmed.• Hammond: 'UK will never sell out Malvinas'
US stocks fell today, ending a five-day winning streak, as investors focused on upcoming quarterly reports that are expected to reflect a dip in corporate earnings.
A Japanese and a Canadian scientist have won the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics for discovering that elusive subatomic particles called neutrinos have mass, opening a new window onto the fundamental nature of the universe.• Beating parasites to win Nobel Prize
By Frankie Deges
By Luciana EkdesmanStar-studded eco-thriller kicks off tonight
Catholics should stop using condescending language such as "pity" towards homosexuals and find ways to welcome them as sons and daughters of the Church, bishops have told a major gathering on the family.
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Federico Grabich, swimmer
By Martín Zendrón