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Argentinian vice president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner survived an astonishingly close encounter with death on Thursday night, as a would-be assassin pointed a loaded pistol at her head and seemingly pulled the trigger with no effect.

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Argentina's government has left its beautiful country in financial ruin. July's inflation report surpassed 60% with no signs of slowing.

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Thursday, November 29, 2001 felt like any other day in Argentina. People woke up, went to work, and lived their lives. There was nothing really unusual about that day, everything seemed fine.

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As Bitcoin's popularity continues to rise, driven in part by recent moves by electric automaker Tesla, the true energy cost of the cryptocurrency is also coming to light. A new study shows that Bitcoin uses more energy than the entire country of Ar


BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) -- Divisive Peronist leader and former Argentine President Cristina Fernández is once again in a top position of power, a development that rattled investors Monday even as financial experts said it was unlikely the econ

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