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At least 130 people were injured and one killed following mass looting and vandalism by gangs of youths, who took over several parts of Cordoba City in Argentina. The lawlessness was a result of the police going on strike over low pay. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/vi4dod
A suspected meteor lit up the night sky early on Sunday in Salta, as the folk music band Los Tekis performed at an outdoor venue. Amateur video filmed at the concert showed the suspected meteor falling towards earth and bursting into a dazzling light that turned the night sky blue. According to local media, it was also seen in the city of Santiago del Estero, approximately 400 kilometers (250 miles) to the south of Salta.
Pope Francis the Jesuit prays to Mary and the world for a fraternity…a brotherhood. Will he carry out the wishes of the Cardinals and usher in an ecumenical movement? Only time will tell…
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The new Pope Francis, aka Jorge Mario Bergoglio, has been accused by some of complicity in crimes against humanity. His excuse, offered by others, is that the Argentinian Dirty War was tough on everyone and he just dis what he had to do under the circumstances. Is that acceptable? Not to the ITCCS, who have issued an arrest warrant for him via their common law court in Belgium.
It’s funny how quickly perceptions can change on the global stage. Just a few years ago, Argentina was being hailed as a remarkable tale of success snatched from the jaws of defeat. After suffering an economic crisis in 1999-2002 that saw widespread unemployment and riots, the fall of the government, and a national default on foreign debt, analysts in recent years have been pontificating on the re-stabilization of the Argentinian economy. But it appears they spoke too soon. Find out more about the Argentinian inflation crisis and the country’s latest struggle with the IMF in this week’s edition of The Eyeopener report.
After almost a decade of unchallenged relations between ruling Front for Victory and the labor movement, Argentina´s top trade unions have closed ranks behind long-standing demands -such as the increase of the income tax floor- taking thousands of workers to the streets against president Cristina Fernandez for the third time in the second semester of 2012.
Blocking the main intersections of the 9 de Julio Avenue in capital city Buenos Aires, the General Confederation of Labor (CGT) and Argentina´s Central of Workers (CTA), backed by leftist social and political organizations, the farming sector and the opposition Radical Party , marched to the Plaza de Mayo square right in front of the Casa Rosada presidential palace.