The Upper House approved the memorandum that will allow Argentina justice to interrogate suspects of the 1994 attack on the AMIA, which left 85 dead and over 300 injured.
President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner remembered the victims of Once station tragedy after a year of the accident that took the lives of 51 people.
Congressman Miguel Angel Pichetto said that thanks to the allies, the government will partially approved the Government’s agreement with Iran over the AMIA.
The Argentine Senate debate this Thursday an agreement with Iran to establish a truth commission to cooperate in the investigation of the AMIA bombing in 1994 which left 85 dead, whereby a group of Iranians have international arrest.
NASA reported on ‘a colossal sunspot that caught the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and whose dimensions are enough to swallow six planets like Earth’.
The president of the Cultural Institute of Buenos Aires, Jorge Telerman, confirmed this morning that if he would be legislators “would not vote” the agreement with Iran as part of the investigation into the AMIA bombing.
Cordoba Gov. Jose Manuel de la Sota said the boos he received in Salta were uttered ‘by a few hooligans of La Campora’.
Relatives of the victims of the Once station tragedy gave details of the act of remembrance that will perform this Friday at Plaza de Mayo to the first anniversary of the accident, and called everyone to participate “without union and political factions, and the only claim justice for the victims.”
The former footballer Diego Maradona, journalist Eduardo Feinmann and Graciela Alfano vedette, among others, are candidates to join the jury of the 2013 edition hosted by Marcelo Tinelli.
The main Venezuelan cities began to receive free signal of eleven channels in digital format, including all the state media and private channels Venevision, Televen and Meridian, to begin the testing period of Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) or TV Digital Open.