The government yesterday doubled down its effort to obtain another empty seat at the Supreme Court, which could facilitate negotiations with opposition parties to appoint justices for the country’s highest tribunal.
Confirming what many had long expected, Elisa Carrió and Mauricio Macri ended months of speculation yesterday by announcing they would be running against each other in the August presidential primaries.
Economy minister tells german weekly athens will ‘service the debts’
Lagomarsino speaks out
AMIA special prosecutor Alberto Nisman — found dead with a single gunshot wound on January 18 — was more afraid of local fanatics than of foreign terrorists, according to Diego Lagomarsino, the information technology expert who lent Nisman the gun that killed him.
The investigation into special prosecutor’s death
Almost two weeks since AMIA special prosecutor Alberto Nisman was found dead in his apartment with a single gunshot to the head, prosecutor Viviana Fein has yet to conclude if his death was a suicide or a homicide and the only person to have been charged, Diego Lagomarsino, is not suspected of having had any role in foul play.
By Adam Goldman & Ellen Nakashima
On February 12, 2008, Imad Mughniyah, Hezbollah’s international operations chief, walked on a quiet nighttime street in Damascus after dinner at a nearby restaurant. Not far away, a team of CIA spotters in the Syrian capital was tracking his movements.
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