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  1. Wine tours are done a little differently in ArgentinaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    Wine cultures vary around the world - the drinking of it as much as the style of the stuff in the bottle. Their glasses aren't empty.

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  2. The Grind: An Argentinan Experience at Maria EmpanadaRead the original story

    Monday | 303 Magazine

    Coffee shops generally boast similar qualities: excellent espresso, relaxing atmosphere and friendly staff. The art on the walls may vary and the staff probably plays slightly different music, but the same staples are always there.

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  3. Vivid brushstrokes of Buenos AiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Yahoo!

    Argentinians are Italians who speak Spanish and think they live in France. At least that's what our guide Fabian tells us as we arrive in Buenos Aires - and since the city is described by many as the Paris of the South, who am I to argue? Fabian explains that Italian and Spanish immigrants made up the bulk of the settlers who arrived in Argentina during the late 19th and early 20th centuries but the French influence in the architecture is evident as we make our way along the 1km-long, 16-lane- wide 9 de Julio Avenue named in honour of Argentina's Independence Day, July 9, 1816.

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  4. What did he just say? Pope Francis off-the-cuff in Latin AmericaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | DFW Catholic

    Quito, Ecuador, Jul 5, 2015 / 05:05 pm .- The world is about to see a new side to Pope Francis and, interestingly, it could be the most intimate look yet at who he really is. For the first time since he was elected as the Successor of Peter, he's visiting his native Latin America and the difference will be on the tip of his tongue.

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  5. Pope Makes Latin America Visit About 'Most Vulnerable'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | ABC News

    At the start of a weeklong visit to his native continent, Pope Francis arrived to a red carpet reception at Quito's main airport, where Ecuador's socialist president Rafael Correa greeted him on the tarmac. But as the pope's motorcade proceeded into the city, many along the sidelines voiced their disapproval of Correa, giving him thumbs down.

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  6. Pope Francis back on home turf for visit to 3 poor nationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 5 | WALB-TV Albany

    On ... . Argentina's fans hold a banner with the images of Argentina's Lionel Messi, right, Pope Francis, center, and Argentina's soccer legend Diego Maradona, during the final Copa America soccer match between Argentina and Chile at... .

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  7. Pope heads to South America to champion the poor and the planetRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 4 | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    Pope Francis leaves Rome on Sunday for his first trip to Spanish-speaking Latin America, a "homecoming" to a continent where he will champion the rights of the poor and of the planet. His trip to Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay three of South America's poorest and smallest countries, is Francis' first abroad since his landmark encyclical "Laudato Si" issued an urgent call for defense of the environment.

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  8. Great expectations in Ecuador ahead of papal visitRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 4 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Argentine ambassador to Ecuador Alberto lvarez Tufillo highlighted the significance the visit of Pope Francis to that country has, explaining that around 200 Argentineans will be having special seats during the masses the head of the Roman Catholic Church will be giving in the nation commanded by President Rafael Correa on Sunday. The first Latin American pontiff in history is expected to arrive at 5 pm Buenos Aires time in the Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito tomorrow.

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  9. Richard Bangs' South AmericaRead the original story

    Mar 7, 2015 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    The travel writer seeks out the continent's most revered sites and natural wonders.

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  10. CFK joins Recalde in BA City campaign closure rallyRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 2 | Buenos Aires Herald

    TV footage shows President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner visiting Villa 20 students as the head of state joins Mariano Recalde in his campaign closure event. President Cristina Fernndez joined Mariano Recalde as the head of Aerolneas Argentinas closed its campaign for Buenos Aires City mayor with a visit to the Villa 20 slum in the Lugano neighbourhood.

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  11. The long road of TorrontesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Decanter Magazine

    A decanter.com promotion The only native variety of Argentina with international projection, according to recent studies, TorrontA s originated on some Jesuit plot in the early eighteenth century, from where it began its long road to internationalisation. Such is the perfume and intensity of the wine that it can leave one feeling quite giddy, whilst awakening the taste buds.

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  12. The Wrong DoorRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Newswise

    How many times can you fold a piece of paper to get to the moon? Mathematician and 2014 Leelavati Prize winner Adrian Paenza enjoys asking this and other questions to inspire public conversations about mathematics. An Argentine science journalist and former mathematics professor, Paenza is presenting his lecture about mathematics education called "The Wrong Door" on Tuesday, July 7, at 6:30 p.m. at the Embassy of Argentina, 1600 New Hampshire Avenue, Washington, D.C. The lecture is hosted by the Mathematical Association of America and Embassy of Argentina.

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  13. Canada-Argentina: tapping the potentialRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Robert Fry speaks to the Herald about boosting the relationship between Ottawa, BA Seventy five years on from the establishment of diplomatic relations between Argentina and Canada, Ottawa's new representative in Buenos Aires is keen on expanding the "untapped potential" in the relationship. Canadian Ambassador to Argentina Robert Fry, still in the first 100 days on the job - met with the Herald ahead of today's Canada Day celebrations and singled out expanding bilateral trade and Canadian investment in Argentine unconventional energy sources as two key areas for cooperation in the coming years.

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  14. Top 5: More Summer Shows To See Around The WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Huffington Post

    In the globalized world, it is possible to travel anywhere in the world, and see exemplary contemporary art that can't be viewed anywhere else. Below, we round up five shows in far-flung locations that can't be missed this summer.

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  15. Centenary students embark on coursework inaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | The Times

    Students learned about endemic Argentinian species, like the Patagonian Mara, while visiting a zoological park and a biopark dedicated to raising awareness of animal and plant biopreservation. Centenary students embark on coursework in Argentina Students learned about endemic Argentinian species, like the Patagonian Mara, while visiting a zoological park and a biopark dedicated to raising awareness of animal and plant biopreservation.

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  16. Milking the exchequer not foreign to IFS babusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | The Times of India

    On corrupt practices in its missions abroad, the MEA had on Sunday said that action had been initiated against 43 of its officials in 17 countries facing variety of charges. NEW DELHI: Some senior Indian Foreign Service officers, including former diplomats, are under investigation for allegedly causing loss to the exchequer worth crores of rupees by booking fictitious expenditure, producing fake bills and operating bank accounts without informing the ministry of external affairs .

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  17. Full list: Worldwide commemorations to mark the centenary of the 1916 RisingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Independent.ie

    As part of the celebrations and commemorations to mark the centenary of the 1916 Rising, the Government has announced plans for cultural events around the world. Exciting cultural events will take place across the city and province of Buenos Aires, from March to July 2016.

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  18. Santa Fe AvenueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | TrekEarth

    Here we were at Santa Fe Avenue crossing the Callao Avenue. Avenida Santa Fe is one of the principal thoroughfares in Buenos Aires.

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  19. Popular Fitness Tracking Devices an Easy Target for Hackers, Warns IT Security ExpertsRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 27 | PR Log

    PRLog - June 28, 2015 - Dubai, United Arab Emirates- Health and Fitness trackers, the sales of which are expected to double this year, are an easy and increasingly popular means of recording and analyzing exercise and activity. This convenience comes at a risk however, warns ESET, as the data these devices transmit can easily be intercepted by hackers, potentially exposing a trove of fitness data from wearables.

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  20. Michael Buble: Son Noah Hospitalized For Burns, Wife Luisana...Read the original story

    Saturday Jun 27 | WebProNews

    Michael Buble and wife Luisana Lopilato say that their 22-month-old son Noah is doing "fine" after a burn incident landed the toddler in the hospital earlier this week. According to Michael Buble's rep, the incident was "not a major accident" and the couple is "grateful that Noah is doing fine," but did not elaborate on the details of the accident.

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