The guilds of teachers in the province of Buenos Aires announced new strikes over the government’s offer
Guilds of Buenos Aires announced they will continue next week with strikes. Without national help, Scioli administration took its own resources to make the proposal.
Maria Victoria Eugencia Bielsa, provincial congresswoman by the Front for Victory announced her resignation, with sharp criticism to Agustín Rossi.
British Prime Minister David Cameron said the Falklands War of 1982 “was one of the most proud moments in recent history of his country.”
The white helicopter, owned by the Italian State, took off at 16H07 local (17h07) in the direction of the summer residence of the Popes in Castel Gandolfo (25 miles south), while the bells of all the basilicas of Rome were ringing.
Attorney Jose Maria Medrano gave his opinion on the media law.
Del Potro beat German Daniel Brands 6/4 and 6/2 for the quarter-finals of ATP 500 in Dubai.
Pablo Garcia, son of journalist Eduardo Aliverti, on Wednesday appealed the decision of the Court of Misdemeanours Don Torcuato that fined 6,589 pesos and banned him to drive until they determine criminal responsibility in the accident who starred in Pan American highway, which hit and killed a cyclist.
Benedict XVI, the first pope in 700 years that presented resignation, departed from the Vatican by helicopter, leaving the throne vacant, on a historic day for the Catholic Church.
Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri asked President Cristina Kirchner on the radio, “I have the hope that the President down a change and Friday during the opening of the regular session in Congress do not start another stage on the grounds democratization of Justice, which ultimately is a synonym of discipline to Justice”.