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  1. Swiss reinventionRead the original story

    Friday Feb 24 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Looking for a change of pace after many years working for a multinational, Federico Schnoller moved to Switzerland with his family two years ago. The sustainability consultant lives in Zurich, where he loves to practise stand-up paddle, and is part of a team looking to launch an entrepreneurs' network in Buenos Aires.

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  2. Graphic Content: Cops caught having Sex inside patrol car whil...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Daily Star

    The unnamed woman cop can be seen pausing as she pleasures her male colleague and hears the call to attend the crime scene - before getting back to business as he lifts up his T-shirt with the slogan 'Core Durability and Strength' on it. Last night the pair were facing a disciplinary probe and the sack after the mobile phone footage which included a recording of the female's police badge on her arm with details of her force, led to their identification.

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  3. Canada FX Debt-C$ hits two-week low on lower oil, soft dataRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Reuters

    * Bond prices higher across the yield curve By Fergal Smith TORONTO, Feb 22 The Canadian dollar weakened to a two-week low against its U.S. counterpart on Wednesday, pressured by falling oil prices and broader gains for the greenback along with the biggest drop in domestic retail sales in nine months. Canadian retail sales unexpectedly declined 0.5 percent in December as consumers bought fewer new cars and spent less during the holiday shopping season, data from Statistics Canada showed.

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  4. Travel tips and advice: The essential items you must pack for a trip to South AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    There's no exact science to packing. One person's carefully curated selection of travel essentials is the next person's bag of useless crap.

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  5. International Expeditions Expands Offerings in Latin America for 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Market Wire

    International Expeditions has announced three new small-group adventures for 2017, adding options in Brazil and Peru, as well as one tour combining Argentina and Chile. Each journey is led by knowledgeable expedition leaders and naturalist guides who help travelers delve into the nature, history and cultures of places visited.

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  6. Taking a swing at educationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Scoop

    Dunedin Businesses are lining up to take a swing at education! Twenty-four teams of four are taking part in The Otago Polytechnic Education Golf Open this Friday. The tournament raises money for the Otago Polytechnic Education Foundation which funds opportunities for students and staff to work on community projects.

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  7. To attract international visitors, Argentina is refunding its tax on all lodgingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 19 | The Columbian

    International visitors to Argentina should go out on their hotel balconies and belt out the good news: The government is waiving the value added tax on lodgings. This means more money to spend on tango lessons, Malbec wine and flank steak.

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  8. Backgrounder: Argentine, Chinese officials, experts laud frutiful dev't of bilateral tiesRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 19 | Xinhuanet

    On the eve of the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and Argentina, experts and officials from both sides highly praised the smooth and speedy development of bilateral relations in the past four decades. The two countries established diplomatic ties on Feb. 19, 1972.

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  9. To attract visitors, Argentina is refunding its tax on all lodgingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Buenos Aires Herald

    International visitors to Argentina should go out on their hotel balconies and belt out the good news: The government is waiving the value-added tax on lodgings. This means more money to spend on tango lessons, Malbec wine and flank steak.

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  10. This exotic country will PAY you to visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Daily Star

    If the long, dreary grey winter days are starting to get you down, we have somthing that will perk you up. This is because this South American country will now pay you to come and visit.

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  11. Tomas Cubelli desperate to play role in ACT Brumbies Super Rugby seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Sydney Morning Herald

    An upbeat Tomas Cubelli wants to make a comeback before the end of the Super Rugby season and hopes he hasn't played his last game for the ACT Brumbies. In his first interview since suffering a major knee injury, Cubelli detailed his hopes of being able to play again in four months and be a part of a potential finals campaign.

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  12. To attract international visitors, Argentina is refunding its tax on all lodgingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | The Washington Post

    In a new tourist-friendly measure, Argentina is offering foreign visitors a VAT refund on all lodgings. International visitors to Argentina should go out on their hotel balconies and belt out the good news: The government is waiving the value added tax on lodgings.

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  13. The good, bad and ugly sides to visiting the Niagara FallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Niagara Falls Blog

    Iguacu Falls, in Argentina, may be the largest waterfall system in the world and Angel Falls, in Venezuela, the highest, but, when it comes to attracting crowds, no where beats Niagara.

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  14. Local Group Joins Antarctic AdventureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | The Vermont Standard

    A life-changing week has arrived for some two-dozen area residents who will be venturing to a part of the world few have ever attempted. Two of these sojourners, local residents Miranda and Charles Shackleton, are making the trip not only to bring that experience back home but also to walk in the footsteps of Charles's second cousin, Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton .

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  15. Literature embodies universal emotions through personal destinies'Read the original story

    Friday Feb 10 | Buenos Aires Herald

    CV Name: Patrick Manoukian Pseudonym: Ian Manook Born in: Meudon, France Achievements: Author, journalist and editor, he studied Law and Politics at the Sorbonne University and Journalism at the Institut Franais de Presse. His articles have been published in Vacances Magazine, Partir, Tlmagazine and Top Tl, among many others.

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  16. Argentina approves 135 new airline routes for Avianca, othersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Reuters

    Feb 13 Argentina's civil aviation authority approved on Monday 135 new routes for five airlines looking to start operating in Latin America's No. 3 economy at more competitive prices.

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  17. Metallica Announces World Tour, Including Denver StopRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | 303 Magazine

    You may need to take a seat for this one. Fresh off a Grammy performance with Lady Gaga, the one and only Metallica is coming to Denver.

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  18. Travel Trouble: My flight was canceled, now I have to pay extra to travelRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | Chicago Tribune

    Q: My friend and I used our frequent-flier miles to book a flight on American Airlines ' partner airline LATAM Airlines Group S.A. from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia, Argentina. That flight, the only one of the day, was canceled due to pilot illness.

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  19. Partner airlines blame each other over canceled flightRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Philly.com

    Q: My friend and I used our frequent flier miles to book a flight on American Airlines' partner airline LATAM from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia, Argentina. That flight, the only one of the day, was canceled due to pilot illness.

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  20. British Foreign Secretary to visit ArgentinaRead the original story

    Friday Feb 10 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Following the trip of an Argentine parliamentary group to the United Kingdom, it has been confirmed that Britain's Foreign Secretary, the eccentric Conservative Boris Johnson , will be visiting Buenos Aires in April or May in order to follow up the agreements reached between the governments of President Mauricio Macri and Prime Minister Theresa May. Johnson will not be the the only visitor to Argentina. March will see the arrival of UK Deputy Trade Minister Greg Hands and Alderman Andrew Parmley, the Lord Mayor of the City of London while on March 23 a trade mission organised by the Argentine-British Chamber of Commerce will be heading in the opposite direction.

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