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Doctors of Carmen de Areco detected a case of influenza A in the Hospital

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Doctors of Carmen de Areco detected a case of influenza A in the Hospital

Juan Manzur, Minister of Health of the Nation, confirmed that “there is no viral circulation of the disease in Argentina” but did say that the first case came from a patient who “entered the country with the virus from the United States.”

Real Madrid lost against Granada with Cristiano Ronaldo’s own goal

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Real Madrid lost against Granada with Cristiano Ronaldo’s own goal

Today, Real Madrid lost 1-0 against Granada, with a goal scored by Cristiano Ronaldo. Higuain and Di Maria were both starters. Tomorrow, Barcelona can achieve an advantage of 18 points.

Several neighborhoods of the City of Buenos Aires still remain without power

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Several neighborhoods of the City of Buenos Aires still remain without power

Several neighborhoods in the City of Buenos Aires, Greater Buenos Aires and Rosario are still without power due to the power outages caused by the intense heat.

Obama was photographed shooting a rifle at his resting home in Camp David

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Obama was photographed shooting a rifle at his resting home in Camp David

Today, the White House released a photo of President of the United States Barack Obama practicing skeet while resting at his home in Camp David.

The taxi driver that killed Leonela Noble said he “fainted before the crash”

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The taxi driver that killed Leonela Noble said he “fainted before the crash”

The driver who struck and killed Leonela Noble, Rubén Darío Botta, told the judge that inquired him at Fernandez Hospital that he does not remember the moment of impact. Now, the Justice has ten days to resolve his legal situation.

Riquelme would play in Tigre for the next half-season

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Riquelme would play in Tigre for the next half-season

After his departure from Boca, Juan Roman Riquelme decided to wear the shirt of another Argentine club. Today, his representative met with Sergio Massa, Rodrigo Molinos and Melaraña to tell them that the player would be willing to defend the colors of the team from Victoria. For now, the only obstacle is the decision of the Xeneize leaders.

Davis Cup: Argentina defeated Germany and will face France

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Davis Cup: Argentina defeated Germany and will face France

In a four-set match, the duo Nalbandian-Zeballos defeated Kas and Kamke 6-1, 6-4, 5-7 and 6-2, for the third point of the Davis Cup. Thus Argentina beat Germany 3-0 in the series and advanced to the quarterfinals.

De Vido highlights the electrical system response against the heat wave

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De Vido highlights the electrical system response against the heat wave

Federal Planning Minister Julio De Vido joked about the headline of the newspaper Clarín regarding power outages, and said that they themselves show the great response of the electrical system, for 2,000 users (affected) on a network 6.5 million is less than 0.03 percent.

“The judge Griesa overstepped”

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“The judge Griesa overstepped”

The presentation, held in the late hours of yesterday by lawyers representing the country, argues that the judge Griesa exceeded his powers to make that decision because in the name of “equal treatment” can not deprive bondholders exchanged the benefits obtained through the debt restructuring process carried out by Argentina.

France Approves Gay Marriage Act

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France Approves Gay Marriage Act

The French National Assembly approved the first, and most important article of a controversial new law that ‘will allow gay couples to marry and adopt children.’

The Falkland Islands belong to Uruguay?

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The Falkland Islands belong to Uruguay?

A book that argues that the Falklands could belong to Uruguay added a new controversy over the archipelago, although historians refute the idea.

About 250,000 Twitter users suffered a ‘sophisticated’ cyber attack

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About 250,000 Twitter users suffered a ‘sophisticated’ cyber attack

Twitter explained in its blog, “About 250,000 user accounts of the social network were the subject of a ‘sophisticated’ cyber attack this week, days after the webs of U.S. newspapers The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal were also hacked.”

Daniel Scioli again demanded more federal funds

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Daniel Scioli again demanded more federal funds

Buenos Aires Governor Daniel Scioli insisted today in his claim to receive more federal funding, but down the argue tone and said that to make changes in the revenue sharing law, “we must combine a lot of wills”.

Mariano Rajoy: “I have never received or given black money”

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Mariano Rajoy: “I have never received or given black money”

The Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy denied on Saturday that he recovered black money bonuses as it was published these days, stating that, “I never received black money in this party or anywhere else.”

Martin Demichelis was at the funeral of his father

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Martin Demichelis was at the funeral of his father

Player Martin Demichelis attended the funeral of his father, Juan Carlos Demichelis, and her partner, Mirta Tavella, who died early Thursday in a traffic accident on Highway Córdoba-Rosario, at the height of Cañada de Gómez.

The merchant burned in a robbery in Villa Adelina dies

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The merchant burned in a robbery in Villa Adelina dies

A merchant who had been assaulted by a criminal who doused her with a flammable liquid and set on fire her at her shop located in Villa Adelina town, died as a result of the serious injuries.

For alleged fraud, Qatar would be without World Cup

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For alleged fraud, Qatar would be without World Cup

The French magazine ‘France Football’ dropped the bomb. On the cover of the latest publication leaves a clear message “Qatargate”, ensuring that the 2022 World Cup was cynically bought by the Arabs, and could run out of the contest.

Centennial Park: the injunction against the trellis was rejected

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Centennial Park: the injunction against the trellis was rejected

The city government will continue with the lattice at Centennial Park, after the judge Osvaldo Otheguy rejected today and injunction requested by a group of neighbors to stop the initiative.