December 7, 2013
The Córdoba crisis has led so far to one dead, at least 60 injured -including 13 people who received gunshots-, and more than 50 arrested, following the looting that spread after the provincial police launched a sit-in at the Preventive Action Command headquarters in demand for salary hikes.
An Argentine eight-year-old prodigy from the southern Andes who could be mistaken as a clone of Lionel Messi may soon be taking the same road to soccer glory as the Barcelona ace.
UNEN lawmaker Fernando “Pino” Solanas achieved a feat in obtaining the first TV interview with Pope Francis, but the senator gave the rights of the broadcast to the Clarín Group’s TN news channel, refusing to release any bit of the material before then.
President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner yesterday resumed her duties and appeared for the first time on television after undergoing surgery on her head five weeks ago. Her appearance preceded a major announcement of a cabinet shake-up.
US CNN news channel has released shocking images from security cameras inside Kenya’s Westgate shopping where 67 people where killed in a bloody terrorist attack last month.
A high-school student got to record the helicopter accident that ended with San Juan province governor Juan Luis Gioja hospitalized since Friday last week and resulted in the death of MP Margarita Ferrá de Bertol. The video has been released in Youtube.
Video footage of the moment Greenpeace activists are arrested in the Russian Arctic has started to go around the web showing how protesters are sprayed with water cannons and pulled by Russian forces. Argentines Camila Speziale and Hernán Pérez Orsi taking part in te anti-drilling campaign remain under detention, waiting for their legal situation to be decided.