Deputy Mayor María Eugenia Vidal said she appreciated “the call for dialogue” made by Transport Secretary Alejandro Ramos, but insisted that the solution of the subway transfer conflict must be done between President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and Mayor Mauricio Macri.
The City and National Governments once bickered over the subway transfer. Transport Secretary Alejandro Ramos called for the Mauricio Macri’s administration “to comply with the law,” while Deputy Mayor María Eugenia Vidal assured the transfer must be agreed upon between Macri and President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner
The Foreign Office condemned today what it called " violent actions of a minority" following yesterday's demonstration on the surroundings of the British Embassy located at the Recoleta neighbourhood, Buenos Aires City.
Up to a dozen tornadoes skipped through the densely populated Dallas-Fort Worth area in Texas, ripping apart homes and tossing tractor-trailer trucks into the air, but there were no reports of serious injuries or deaths.
Uruguay joined the coveted club of Latin American investment-grade countries as Standard & Poor's upgraded its credit ratings, praising the government's "prudent" economic policies.
US stocks fell, with the S&P 500 retreating from four-year highs after the US Federal Reserve said it was less inclined to provide more economic stimulus. Meanwhile, European shares fell with the Spanish market hit by concerns over its ability to tackle its deficit.