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President Announces Bill to Overhaul State Intelligence Services

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner announced yesterday that she was sending a bill to Congress to reform the country’s intelligence services.

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Nisman Case: Latest Developments in the Investigation

Nisman Case: Latest Developments in the Investigation

Amid much speculation, the investigation into the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman continues, just over a week after his body was found in his Puerto Madero apartment.

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Entre Ríos: Pesticide Found in Rural Teacher’s Bloodstream

A study has confirmed that Entre Ríos teacher Estela Lemes has chlorpyrifos-ethyl, a toxin used in insecticides, in her blood.

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President ‘Convinced’ Nisman Death not a Suicide

In a declaration published on her official website, President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has raised questions around the death of AMIA prosecutor Alberto Nisman, calling it “the suicide that (I’m convinced) wasn’t suicide”.

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Lago Puelo Hostel Attacked by Anti-Semitic Group

A hostel in the southern town of Lago Puelo, Chubut, was attacked on Monday by a group of people who yelled anti-Semitic slogans.

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Nisman: Investigation Continues into AMIA Prosecutor’s Death

Nisman: Investigation Continues into AMIA Prosecutor’s Death

Investigations are continuing into the sudden death of special AMIA prosecutor Alberto Nisman, a day after protests broke out across Argentina.

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AMIA Prosecutor Found Dead

Alberto Nisman, the prosecutor investigating the AMIA case, was found dead in his Puerto Madero apartment last night.

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President Fernández Accused of Cover Up in AMIA Bombing Case

A prosecutor investigating the 1994 AMIA bombing yesterday accused President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and other high-ranking officials of an alleged cover up to protect Iranian officials suspected of being involved in the attack in exchange for economic benefits.

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Government Re-Launches ‘Precios Cuidados’ Price Agreement

The government has announced the re-launch of the Precios Cuidados price agreement, with 52 new products and an average price increase of 3.8%

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‘Don’t Call’ Website Launches Successfully

The new national ‘No Llame’ (Don’t Call) database launched on Tuesday, allowing Argentines to opt out of receiving calls and text messages regarding sales and other offers.

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