Federal Judge Daniel Rafecas said he is “certain that many local organizations are being funded by the Iranian embassy” in Buenos Aires, and warned that social movements’ leader Luis D’Elía “is aware of it.”
Buenos Aires Province Economy Minister Silvina Batakis came on stage an replied Economy Minister Hernán Lorenzino’s earlier comments, when the latter criticized the provincial administration for issuing debt.
US lawmakers are poised to cut spending on the United Nations by hundreds of millions of dollars, less than a week after UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon came to Congress to ask for continued strong support.
Bosnia's 124-year-old National Museum sealed its doors on Thursday because the divided country's authorities could not agree on how to fund it, and hundreds of people gathered in support of what they see as a cultural symbol.
The Inter-American Development Bank has proposed allowing member countries to tap loans in case they need to respond to natural disasters, the multilateral lender's president said today.