In the province of Santa Cruz, where she inaugurated the first section of the Río Turbio power plant, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner made some significant political statements regarding her future after she leaves office in December this year.
In a message broadcast nationwide, Cristina Fernández inaugurated the first section of the Río Turbio coal-fired power station that will produce enough electricity to supply the province twice.
Countries are plunged into crisis because of economic models that belong to the past, Victory Front (FpV) presidential candidate Daniel Scioli affirmed.
Let’s change (Cambiemos) presidential candidate Mauricio Macri visited the city of Cipolletti in the southern province of Río Negro where he said inflation was “out of control” with those who have less suffering the consequences.• Macri rejects 90's liberal ties
Karina Rabolini, the head of the Banco Provincia Foundation and wife of Victory Front (FpV) presidential candidate Daniel Scioli, visited the Santa Fe province where she affirmed Scioli will have “a very good relation” with farmers, also saying “devaluation in not in Daniel’s agenda.”
Makes appearance via videoconference
By Luciana Bertoia
US Senator Ben Cardin said he would vote against the nuclear agreement with Iran, lessening the chances that President Barack Obama can win enough votes to avoid having to use his veto power to protect the international agreement.
Greek leftist Syriza party is running neck-and-neck with the New Democracy party, before a snap election on Sept. 20, an opinion poll said.
Global equity markets tumbled and the dollar traded mixed after a US jobs report for August kindled uncertainty over whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in two weeks.
The so called “blue” dollar went down 18 cents to trade at 15.48 pesos, ending a three-day rise that took greenbacks in the informal market to close at 15.66 pesos on Thursday, ámbito.com reported.• Method to get dollars 'the same'
Some 300 migrants broke out of a Hungarian border camp today and hundreds of others set off on foot from Budapest as police scrambled to keep control of a migrant crisis that has brought Europe’s asylum system to breaking point.• Hungary police force migrants off train