A powerful blast took place at the Tower of Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) located in the center of the Aztec capital, leaving several dead and wounded; so far authorities reported at least 14 people dead and over 80 injured.
A small plane made an emergency landing in the line of Rincón Chico, near the town of Villa La Angostura, Neuquén Province.
A new shooting took place in a U.S. educational institution leaving two bullets wounds, local media said.
A 12-year-old girl gave birth to twins in the province of La Rioja, apparently after being raped by a 16 years old teenager.
Leonela Noble died hitting by a taxi last Tuesday in Santa Fe and Montevideo St. and now her boyfriend said distressed “my world collapse. I cannot believe.”
Juan Carlos Demichelis, 60, father of player Martin Demichelis, died this morning, around 5:30, in a traffic accident at the kilometer 326, in the hand going to Rosario in the vicinity of the Santa Fe city of Canada de Gomez.
Carlos Berlocq played tomorrow from 11:00, the first match of the Davis Cup against German Philip Kohlschreiber.
The accident occurred at the intersection of Santa Fe Avenue and Libertad St. in Recoleta neighborhood.
Real Madrid and Barcelona drew 1-1 on Wednesday the first leg of the Copa del Rey semifinals, leaving open the pass to the next stage.
Córdoba’s government sent a lawsuit to Planning Minister Julio De Vido, through which he justified the decision to close the Argentina Digital Television antennas (TDA), noting that these are “irregular”.
Falklands government representatives want to meet Argentine Foreign Minister Hector Timerman next week in London but from chancery officials were sharp and clear that there is no such meeting on the minister agenda.
The Falklands Legislative Assembly requested a meeting with the Argentine foreign minister next week, when he is in London.
For once, today, January 31, 2013 is a national holiday that marks the bicentenary of the 1813 Constituent Assembly.
The National Weather Service extended the ‘Orange Alert’ for the City of Buenos Aires and Greater Buenos Aires because there will be another sweltering day with very high temperatures between 23-35 degrees.
The organization “Reporters without Borders” stated that, “In Argentina (54) polarization has become worrisome,” but the situation is better than in other countries. Regarding Brazil, where five journalists were killed in 2012, the report said “serious imbalances”. Cuba and Venezuela, the most complex cases.
At least four people were injured Wednesday in a shooting attack in an office complex in Phoenix (Arizona), U.S. media reported.
Federal Authority of Audiovisual Communication head Martin Sabbatella said the closure of three antennas of the Open Digital Television Network (TDA) in the province of Cordoba is “an act of censorship and an attack on freedom of expression and the right of information of Cordoba “.
The Buenos Aires Governor Daniel Scioli considered it “too early” to talk of presidential candidates ahead of the general elections of 2015, and confirmed his political style of “not fight”.
Córdoba governor Jose Manuel De La Sota responded to Cristina Kirchner comments made during the last speech broadcast on national TV. “She bored with her attacks.”
Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman said in a radio interview that the Iranian Minister Ahmad Vahidi, accused as the mastermind of the 1994 attack on the AMIA, to be questioned by Argentina justice.