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Summary: An orangutan being held in a Buenos Aires zoo has been freed by a court ruling. An Argentine zoo has to release and transfer an orangutan that has been held, according to Reuters. A court recognized the orangutan as…>read moreNo Comment December 22, 2014
Summary: The country of Argentina is blaming the law firm of Cleary Gottlieb for the default on its bonds from last month, the second default for the country in 13 years. Last month, Argentina defaulted for the second time in 13…>read moreNo Comment August 21, 2014
Standard & Poor’s has found that Argentina defaulted after it could not make an interest payment of $539 million due on its discount bonds, according to The New York Times. The action from Standard & Poor’s occurred on Wednesday and…>read moreNo Comment July 31, 2014
Museum researchers have told BBC News that, “Given the size of these bones, which surpass any of the previously known giant animals, the new dinosaur is the largest animal known that walked on Earth.” Researchers from the Museo Paleontologico Egidio…>read moreNo Comment May 19, 2014
Apart from the spiritual goals, the origins of yoga are a matter of debate. We do know that the ancient Indian practice that originated thousands of years ago to involve your mind, body, and spirit is also used as a…>read moreNo Comment April 9, 2014
The new consumer price index in Argentina has unveiled a higher inflation rate saying that consumer prices rose 3.7 percent in January compared to the month before. According to the government, consumer prices rose 10.9 percent in 2013. Since January…>read moreNo Comment February 14, 2014
The Argentine default isn’t just something to put down into history books and write off so easily. From week long blackouts to looting of businesses; Argentinians have frayed nerves and are scared for their livelihoods. According to Bloomberg, police…>read moreNo Comment February 11, 2014
The dispute between Spain and the UK is escalating over border issues involving Gibraltar. Differences over fishing rights caused Spain to suggest that it could charge a fee of €50 on every vehicle entering or leaving the territory of Gibraltar, which…>read moreNo Comment August 13, 2013
In an order issued Monday, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals announced that it had set aside added time for oral arguments on February 27 in the case involving Argentina paying $1.33 billion to bondholders who were not part…>read moreNo Comment February 13, 2013
Analia Bouter, a mother from Argentina, fell to her knees from shock when she found her baby alive in a morgue almost 12 hours after the baby was born and then declared dead. The baby was named Luz Milagros, which…>read moreNo Comment April 12, 2012
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