Today, opposition deputies met with officials of the DAIA and the AMIA to analyze the memorandum of understanding signed by the National Government with the Government of Iran. Tomorrow, the document will be discussed at a plenary session of the Low Chamber.
Yesterday, two factions of the hooligans of Tigre fought while waiting to travel to the Monumental stadium for the match against River. As a result of the incident, there are 13 injured. Today, the mayor of Tigre, Sergio Massa, asked to apply “maximum punishment” to the hooligans, whom he described as “criminals”.
Lidia Medina, one of the accused in the case Marita Verón, died today in La Rioja after suffering a cardiopulmonary arrest. It should be recalled that she had been admitted since Friday.
Again, a team with problems in the averages thinks about the possibility of hiring the “fireman” of Argentine football. Argentinos Juniors, still far from the relegation places, fears having a bad season and getting into the hot zone. So, the leaders are thinking in the name of Caruso Lombardi among the coaches to hire.
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John Kerry, Secretary of State of the United States, said today in London that his country “will not take a position” with regard to the dispute over sovereignty of the Falkland Islands. But he added that they recognize the British Government of the Islands as legal.
A month ago, Ricardo Fort had to be hospitalized for an acute peritonitis and a perforated duodenal ulcer, which led him to remain in intensive care in serious conditions. After being moved to Buenos Aires, the picture improved and was discharged. However, he had fever for 24 hours and therefore his doctors decided to hospitalize him at Clinica La Trinidad to check his state.
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Today, the Argentine Government accused the United Kingdom to send nuclear-armed submarines to the Falkland Islands, violating international treaties that establish that the area should remain nuclear-free.
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Pablo Garcia, the son of Eduardo Aliverti, had to be present to testify today by accident that involves him as offender. However, he did not submit and was declared “in rebellion”, which will remain in his criminal record.
Juan Manuel Abal Medina and the Secretary General of the Presidency, Oscar Parrilli will participate on Monday on the commemoration of the second anniversary of the ‘Casa Patria Grande Nestor Kirchner’.
During the fall of hail in Mar del Plata, a desperate man covered the roof of his car with his body.
According to a study from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit (USA), which was presented Sunday at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology held in the U.S. city of San Antonio, “Babies born Cesarean are five times more likely to develop allergies than those who come into the world naturally when exposed to high levels of common household allergens, such as dogs, cats and dust mites.”
Cardinal Bergoglio will travel Tuesday to the Vatican to attend the conclave to elect a successor of Pope Benedict XVI, but plans to return ‘fast’.
The 2013 school year will start on Monday marked by empty classrooms in most of the 24 provinces of the country, due to strike by teachers unions after wage increases disagreement.