October 19, 2014
October 19, 2014
• Synod message: Church excludes no one
It was submitted to parliament for approval
Corruption and tax evasion are flagrant violations of human rights in Latin America, where they contribute to inequality and injustice in the countries of the region.
Latin American borrowers are eyeing a broad set of alternative funding options in non-dollar markets that are becoming increasingly receptive to the region's credits.
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With one round to go in the Women’s Metropolitan First Division A, all six top teams for the title playoff, starting at Ciudad de Buenos Aires in November have qualified, but defending champions GEBA took a two-point lead yesterday by beating Banco Nación 2-1 thanks to goals by Geraldine Fresco Pisani and Antonella Rinaldi while Ciudad, also at home, were held 3-3 by Arquitectura.
Polo — Hurlingham open
La Dolfina, which won the Tortugas Open, beat Miramar 19-6 in its opener at the Hurlingham Open, the second event of the 2014 Triple Crown.
DOLLAR (Official price) $ 8,440 $ 8,490
DOLLAR ("Blue" price) $ 14,60 $ 14,70
EURO $ 10,740 $ 11,290
POUND $ 13,580 $ 13,669
MERVAL $ 10.542,600 $ 5,65
DOW JONES $ 16.380,410 $ 1,63
BOVESPA $ 55.723,790 $ 2,63Full MARKET coverage HERE
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Marcelo J. García
Kathryn Sikkink is a Political Science professor at Harvard University. In her book The Justice Cascade, Sikkink argues that trials for human rights violations are reshaping the world of politics. She believes Argentina has led a revolution in the idea of justice.
Eric Toussaint, president of the CADTM
Eric Toussaint supports Argentina’s position against the ‘vulture funds’ that are waging a legal battle against the country in US courts. But he’s also highly critical of President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s government for paying the country’s debt, which he claims should be audited instead.