Oscar Parrilli, the head of the Federal Intelligence Agency (AFI), questioned the United States stance in the AMIA case as “hypocrisy” and “contradiction” for refusing to cooperate in the search of Antonio Stiuso.• Interpol issues blue notice for Stiuso
With the general elections just around the corner, Victory Front (FpV) presidential candidate Daniel Scioli was carrying out several campaign activities in the province of Buenos Aires ahead of the October 25 vote.• Scioli: no changes to abortion policy
Let’s Change (Cambiemos) presidential candidate Mauricio Macri re-launched his campaign with a rally at the Ferro football stadium in BA City, calling allies to work to “include” all those opposing Kirchnerism.
After paying out US$5.9 billion on Monday for the Boden 2015 bonds that mature today, the government will issue a new bond on Tuesday due in 2020 with an eight percent coupon, the economy minister said.
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Russia's air campaign in Syria, where a US-led air coalition and fighters on the ground from regional states are already entangled in the civil war, has drawn strong criticism from the US and its allies.
An air strike, probably carried out by US-led coalition forces, killed 19 staff and patients, including three children, in a hospital run by Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in the northern city of Kunduz, the aid group said.
Monsignor Krzysztof Charamsa, a Polish theologian, had worked at the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith, the Vatican's doctrinal arm, since 2003. He was also sacked from his jobs teaching theology at pontifical universities in Rome.
Francis sat down with same-sex couple in Washington
The oil giant’s defence attempts to change the team investigating kickback scheme
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By Pablo BardinVerdi’s Oberto gets premiere of sorts at the Avenida
The gunman slain by police after he killed his English professor and eight others at an Oregon college was once turned away from a firearms academy by an instructor who recalled finding him "weird" and "a little bit too anxious" for high-level weapons training.• Who was shooter Harper-Mercer? • Families, friends grieve for victims
The US leader said America had made a "political choice" to allow mass shootings like the one in Oregon and blasted the National Rifle Association lobby group for blocking reform of US gun laws.
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