Showing posts with label Argentina. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Argentina. Show all posts

Monday, October 13, 2014

Latin American Leaders Congratulate Bolivian President on Victory in Elections: Reports


The leaders of Argentina, Uruguay, Venezuela and Nicaragua congratulated Bolivian President Evo Morales with his re-election as the president, Bolivian information agency ABI reported Monday.
Uruguayan President Jose Mujica congratulated Morales from Montevideo in a telephone call, with Argentinian President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner also calling the Bolivian president and congratulating him personally and on behalf of all Argentinians.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Vulture funds: Argentina hours away from bond default

Argentina’s economy minister is expected to return to the negotiating table on Wednesday in a last-ditch attempt to prevent the country defaulting on its bonds.
Axel Kicillof’s talks with “hold-out” investors ended late on Tuesday night in New York without agreement.

They are demanding a full pay-out of $1.3bn (£766m) on the bonds they hold.
A US judge has ruled that the “hold-outs” must be paid by Wednesday night if no deal is agreed.

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Ex Man City Forward, Carlos Tevez's Father abducted In Argentina

Argentine website TN are reporting that Tevez’s father was in Moron, an area to the west of Greater Buenos Aires when the incident happened at around 7am local time this morning. The criminals are demanding a ransom from the Juventus star, but the attack is not believed to be pre-meditated. Apparently, the initial request for money was much lower than the second request, indicating that at first the kidnappers did not know exactly who the man was, simply somebody with an expensive car. Some reports claim the ransom has already been paid to the kidnappers and that Tevez is on his way to Argentina to deal with the situation

Friday, December 6, 2013

Group F: Nigeria Set To play against Argentina, Iran and Bosnia. (2014 FIFA World Cup)

The 2014 FIFA World Cup draw took place in Brazil & Nigeria is set to play against Argentina, Iran and Bosnia... Nigeria's opening match is going to be against Iran and even though Bosnia seems to rank higher than Nigeria (Ojoro) it is going to be a simple match for us, the Country is ranked higher than Nigeria in the world. They are ranked 21st, while Nigeria is ranked 36th, but we are positive we'll qualify along with Messi of Argentina.
What do you think ??

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

New Pope Elected: Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio from Argentina

76 year old Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio from Buenos Aries in Argentina has been named the 266th Pope. He's the first Latin-American Pope in the history of the Catholic Church, which is the longest running institution in the history of mankind...almost 2,000 years old.  The new Pope was the archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina before he was elected to lead the Catholic church. He was ordained for the Jesuits on Dec. 13, 1969. He has chosen the Papal name - Pope Francis 1.


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