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Nalbandian is finalist in San Pablo

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Nalbandian is finalist in San Pablo

David Nalbandian is a finalist in the ATP San Pablo, after defeating Italian Simone Bolelli 6-3, 7-5 in 1 hour and 25 minutes.

LAN and TAM do not renew licenses, and lose permission to operate in Bolivia

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LAN and TAM do not renew licenses, and lose permission to operate in Bolivia

LAN Airlines and TAM lost permission to operate in Bolivia, after failing to renew licenses to fly in the country.

Mariano Ferreyra crime: Police chief accused were handed

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Mariano Ferreyra crime: Police chief accused were handed

Commissioner Hugo Ernesto Lompizano, indicted for the crime of Mariano Ferreyra, was surrendered to police at noon today, after failing to appear at the hearing of allegations as part of the trial for the murder of the Workers Party member.

Macri replied to the President: “In Technopolis they swept eight acres of trees”

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Macri replied to the President: “In Technopolis they swept eight acres of trees”

Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri responded to statements of President Cristina Kirchner, who, during a public ceremony, criticized tree trimming in the 9 de Julio Avenue to work on Metrobus and generated reaction from environmentalists and the suspension of these tasks by court order.

De Vido asked explanations to Cobos by the content of his talk with Daniel Scioli

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De Vido asked explanations to Cobos by the content of his talk with Daniel Scioli

Federal Planning Minister Julio De Vido ask the former vice president Julio Cobos to make public the contents of his conversation with Daniel Scioli and the radical advised that “if you need more info, call the Governor of the Province of Buenos Aires”.

INDEC: Inflation in January was 1.1 percent

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INDEC: Inflation in January was 1.1 percent

The cost of living experienced a rise of 1.1 percent in January, the highest since February 2010, said Friday the National Institute of Statistics and Census (INDEC).

Macri and Abal Medina fight for ‘Fútbol para Todos’

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Macri and Abal Medina fight for ‘Fútbol para Todos’

Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri said Friday that if he becomes president in 2015 will change the “Football for All” program by a “mixed” system, and the Chief of Staff Juan Manuel Abal Medina accused him of wanting a “football for a few.”

Del Potro is Rotterdam finalist after beating Dimitrov

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Del Potro is Rotterdam finalist after beating Dimitrov

Juan Martin del Potro defeated Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov by a double 6-4 and is now a finalist in the ATP 500 Rotterdam.

The Papal Conclave can overtake because it was an announced resignation

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The Papal Conclave can overtake because it was an announced resignation

According to Vatican spokesman, Federico Lombardi, “The Papal Conclave to elect a successor to Pope could meet before the originally estimated date of March 15 as long as they are in Rome on sufficient number of cardinals to elect his replacement”.

Ronaldo shows the before and after his body on Twitter

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Ronaldo shows the before and after his body on Twitter

Ronaldo surprised to upload a photo on his personal Twitter account showing his new figure after losing 20 kg and get in shape thanks to the Brazilian reality ‘Certa Measure’.

The meteorite that crashed in Russia was 30 times greater than the Hiroshima atomic bomb

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The meteorite that crashed in Russia was 30 times greater than the Hiroshima atomic bomb

According to NASA, “The 17-meter meteor that left more than 1,100 people injured in the Russian province of Chelyabinsk in the Urals, released energy of 500 kilotons, thirty times bigger than Hiroshima atomic bomb.”

Racing recovered from a sluggish debut and defeated Argentinos

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Racing recovered from a sluggish debut and defeated Argentinos

Racing Club, who had been thrashed in his debut, beat Argentinos Juniors 2-0 in Avellaneda, in a match of the second date of Final football tournament.

The government closed in 22% increase in teacher salaries; the unions signed disagree

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The government closed in 22% increase in teacher salaries; the unions signed disagree

The government closed Friday unilaterally an increase in teacher salaries of 22 percent over the base, but staggered into three sections, the first 16% from March to August.