Raul Castro was elected by the National Assembly of Cuba as the new president of the Caribbean country. He’ll rule for a second term of five years, according to the National News Agency.
In a game that was filled with emotions, Independiente defeated Racing 2-0. The goals were scored by Miranda in the first half and Santana when closing the meeting. Gallego’s team won another three points that allows them to escape from the relegation zone.
Yesterday, two young men of 28 to 30 years old died after attending the Ultra Mega Festival Buenos Aires, an electronic music festival. The causes of the deaths were not confirmed but Alberto Crescenti, SAME director, said it could be a product of alcohol and drugs consumption.
The Spanish tennis player became champion of the ATP Buenos Aires, thus he defended the title he had won last year. In the final, he defeated Stanislas Wawrinka in three sets. The ATP was played at the Lawn Tennis Club.
To the surprise of the tourists, a storm of wind, rain and hail fell today in Mar del Plata. The beach and the streets of La Feliz are covered with hail and the stones are of the size of a tennis ball. For now, the weather report is unknown.
U.S. designers have created a device that resembles a pencil that can draw in three dimensions.
NASA captured the Sicilian volcano Etna eruption, which came back into activity after ten months in the state that experts call “heat”.
The new Secretary of State of the United States, John Kerry will travel Monday to the United Kingdom and the British will use the occasion to pressure the administration of Barack Obama to leave a neutral attitude on the Malvinas case.
Mobile phone users on Sunday summoned social networks Twitter and Facebook to a ‘blackout’ of phones for next Wednesday in protest against fees and ‘bad service’ of companies.
Journalist Jorge Lanata published a reflection on the first anniversary of Once tragedy and the reaction of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner during this time, entitled ‘When the pain is not looking straight at’.
Sergio Rodas, brother of Reinado, the bicyclist killed by the son of journalist Eduardo Aliverti, asks to discuss ‘irresponsible drunk driving’ or ‘how laws appear to benefit those who drive drunk’.
Ex conscripts who ‘met logistical tasks and Patagonian coastal defense during the Falklands War against the UK’ meet on Monday five years of protest in Plaza de Mayo, claiming ‘to be formally recognized as veterans war’.
When the Paralympic champion Oscar Pistorius was released on bail in the case of the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, it was learned that ‘his brother, Carl Pistorius,’ faces a murder trial.
Upon detection of stolen radiators in the Teatro Colón offered for sale on the Internet, police is investigating a missing over 100 historical documents and other objects of the Argentina culture icon worth over one million dollars.
Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri announced the extension until midnight the closing time of Centennial Park, “so that residents can make the most of the summer days.”