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Aug 13th, 2016
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Buenos Aires, Argentina (AP + DIPLOMAT.SO) — For the love of his country, Lionel Messi has reconsidered his decision to quit international soccer and will continue playing for Argentina’s national team. Messi said Friday that he is returning despite “a lot of problems” involving the...
By Tajuddin
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Dec 10th, 2015
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Buenos Aires, Argentina ( AP + DIPLOMAT.SO) — After 12 years of often divisive rule and heavy spending on social welfare programs, Argentina’s president-elect promises to usher in an era of more civil discourse and roll back much of the spending that many economists say has brought the South American...
By Tajuddin
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Nov 23rd, 2015
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Buenos Aires, Argentina (Reuters + DIPLOMAT.SO) – President-elect Mauricio Macri promised on Monday to correct the errors of Argentina’s outgoing leftist government but urged patience while he defines his strategy to liberalize the ailing economy. The conservative Macri, who won a run-off...
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Nov 6th, 2015
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London ( Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – David Beckham has embarked on an epic global challenge. The sports hero plans to play seven football matches on seven continents, travelling from a mountain village in Asia to the frozen wastes of Antarctica. David’s mission, which he is documenting on s...
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Aug 4th, 2015
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Buenos Aires, Argentina ( Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO) – Argentina boss Gerardo Martino believes Lionel Messi played his best games for his country during this summer’s Copa America. Messi was slammed by critics and some supporters following the Albiceleste’s final defeat on penalties to...
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Sep 17th, 2014
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Buenos Aires (Agencies + DIPLOMAT.SO)- Argentina’s government scolded a U.S. diplomat on Tuesday for remarks he made about the country’s recent default, implying he could be expelled if he makes similar comments again. Argentine Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman called for a meeting with t...