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Pope Francis to Meet Cristina Kirchner With “Open Agenda”

With her popularity at lower level, the Argentinean President, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner,  meet the most popular person in her native Argentina, next monday. She will arrive at Rome Fiumicino International Airport and will be staying, as usual, in Eden … Continue reading

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“It Would be Terrible if Outside Winds Overthrow a Democratically Elected Government”, Says Kirchner, Regarding Venezuela

Photo: Cristina Kirchner Oficial/Facebook The President of Argentina, Cristina Kirchner, made ​​an emotional defense of the maintaining the mandate of his Venezuelan counterpart, Nicolas Maduro, who faces growing opposition in his country with violent street protests. Shortly before ending his … Continue reading

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A Happy End for Maduro? One Year After Chavez Passed Way, Oliver Stone Releases His Film on Former President as Venezuela Seeks Support From Neighbours

The Oliver Stone’s film “Hugo, mi amigo” , which tells the story of former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, will debut next March 5, in simultaneously airing by Telesur, Caracas, and the TV Publica of Buenos Aires. The launch takes place … Continue reading

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Russian Gay Couple Get Married in Argentina and Seeks Refuge in the Country

  Two Russian men from the city of Sochi, which recently hosted the Winter Games, thdecided to get married today, 25, in the civil registry of Uruguay Street 753 City of Buenos Aires. Alexander and Dimitri, whose family names were … Continue reading

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Brazil to Legalize Haitian immigrants

The Government of Brazil announced on Wednesday, 10, that will legalize the situation of Haitian immigrants who came to the country illegally through the border with Bolivia, and are waiting for a visa in the cities of Brasileia and Epitaciolândia, … Continue reading

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Near to 300,000 Brazilians Living Abroad Returned in the Last Five Years

The last survey conducted by the ministry of foreign affairs of Brazil on the number of Brazilians living abroad shows that it is greater than 2 and a half million people. The equivalent of almost the entire population of Uruguay. … Continue reading

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Brics: “Challenge is to Overcome Social and Economic Difficulties to Reach the Level of Advanced Countries”, says Dilma

After stating that the so-called BRIC (Brazil, Russia, china, India and South Africa) should not be affected by the economic crisis afflicting Europe, the president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, said today that the biggest bloc’s challenge is to overcome its … Continue reading

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