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CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
RTR1KAPD
December 11, 2006
Two year-old Manuel and his baby-sitter Suni ride a bicycle in their neighbourhood at Nordelta gated...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
Two year-old Manuel and his baby-sitter Suni ride a bicycle in their neighbourhood at Nordelta gated community in Greater Buenos Aires, November 29, 2006. Since 1994, an estimated 300.000 people have fled high-density, high-crime, high-priced Buenos Aires and its traditional suburbs near the city core, to live far on the outskirts in pastel houses along idyllic artificial lakes, with 24-hour security guards screening visitors at the perimeter fence. Picture taken on November 29, 2006. To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
RTR1KAPB
December 11, 2006
A house under construction is seen with a sign in front that reads 'radar watches' at Santa Maria gated...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
A house under construction is seen with a sign in front that reads 'radar watches' at Santa Maria gated community in Greater Buenos Aires, November 29, 2006. Since 1994, an estimated 300.000 people have fled high-density, high-crime, high-priced Buenos Aires and its traditional suburbs near the city core, to live far on the outskirts in pastel houses along idyllic artificial lakes, with 24-hour security guards screening visitors at the perimeter fence. Picture taken on November 29, 2006. To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
RTR1KAPA
December 11, 2006
Boats are seen alongside a pier in a canal at Santa Maria gated community in Greater Buenos Aires in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED
Boats are seen alongside a pier in a canal at Santa Maria gated community in Greater Buenos Aires in this picture taken on November 29, 2006. Since 1994, an estimated 300.000 people have fled high-density, high-crime, high-priced Buenos Aires and its traditional suburbs near the city core, to live far on the outskirts in pastel houses along idyllic artificial lakes, with 24-hour security guards screening visitors at the perimeter fence. Picture taken on November 29, 2006. To match feature CITIES/ARGENTINA-GATED REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
CRIME ARGENTINA
RTRILCO
July 16, 2005
An officer from the Argentine Buenos Aires province rural police patrols a field where cattle graze in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CRIME ARGENTINA.
An officer from the Argentine Buenos Aires province rural police patrols a field where cattle graze in Chivilcoy, 160 km (99 miles) west of the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, July 16, 2005. In the last year, brutal crimes endemic to Buenos Aires' suburbs since the 2001 economic crisis have spread to the grassy Pampas, targeting farmers and ranchers thriving on a farm boom in one of the world's breadbaskets. Picture taken on July 16. To match feature Crime-Argentina. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM/KS
CRIME ARGENTINA
RTRILCI
July 16, 2005
Officers from the Argentine Buenos Aires province rural police patrol a field in Chivilcoy, 160 km (99...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CRIME ARGENTINA.
Officers from the Argentine Buenos Aires province rural police patrol a field in Chivilcoy, 160 km (99 miles) west of the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, July 16, 2005. In the last year brutal crimes endemic to Buenos Aires' suburbs since the 2001 economic crisis have spread to the grassy Pampas, targeting farmers and ranchers thriving on a farm boom in one of the world's breadbaskets. Picture taken on July 16. To match feature Crime-Argentina. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM/KS
CRIME ARGENTINA
RTRILCB
July 16, 2005
Officers from the Argentine Buenos Aires province rural police patrol a field in Chivilcoy city, 160...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature CRIME ARGENTINA.
Officers from the Argentine Buenos Aires province rural police patrol a field in Chivilcoy city, 160 km (99 miles) west of the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, July 16, 2005. In the last year brutal crimes endemic to Buenos Aires' suburbs since the 2001 economic crisis have spread to the grassy Pampas, targeting farmers and ranchers thriving on a farm boom in one of the world's breadbaskets. Picture taken on July 16. To match feature Crime-Argentina. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM/KS
ARGENTINA STORMS
RTRLX4S
January 31, 2005
Relatives of people killed in a shack, flattened after fierce winds knocked down a tree, react in the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Relatives of people killed in a shack flattened after winds knocked down a tree react.
Relatives of people killed in a shack, flattened after fierce winds knocked down a tree, react in the Greater Buenos Aires district of Luis Guillon, January 31, 2005. Thunderstorms and torrential rains damaged many properties and vehicles, cutting power in the suburbs of Buenos Aires and some other Argentine cities. Seven people dead in a multiple-vehicle collision and two died elsewhere of electrocution and 200 people had to be evacuated. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM
ARGENTINA STORMS
RTRLX4P
January 31, 2005
View of a shack flattened after fierce winds knocked down a heavy tree killing three people inside, in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
View of a shack flattened after winds knocked down a tree killing three people inside in Buenos Aires....
View of a shack flattened after fierce winds knocked down a heavy tree killing three people inside, in the Greater Buenos Aires district of Luis Guillon, January 31, 2005. Thunderstorms and torrential rains damaged many properties and vehicles, cutting power in the suburbs of Buenos Aires and some other Argentine cities. Seven people dead in a multiple-vehicle collision and two died elsewhere of electrocution and 200 people had to be evacuated. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM
ARGENTINA STORMS
RTRLX4B
January 31, 2005
Rescue workers stand over a shack flattened after fierce winds knocked down a heavy tree killing three...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rescue workers stand over a shack flattened after winds knocked down a tree in Buenos Aires.
Rescue workers stand over a shack flattened after fierce winds knocked down a heavy tree killing three people inside, in the Greater Buenos Aires district of Luis Guillon, January 31, 2005. Thunderstorms and torrential rains damaged many properties and vehicles, cutting power in the suburbs of Buenos Aires and some other Argentine cities. Seven people dead in a multiple-vehicle collision and two died elsewhere of electrocution and 200 people had to be evacuated. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM
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RTRLX43
January 31, 2005
Rescue workers carry out the body of a person killed in a shack flattened when strong winds knocked down...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Rescue workers carry out the body of a person killed in a shack flattened when strong winds ...
Rescue workers carry out the body of a person killed in a shack flattened when strong winds knocked down a tree in Buenos Aires. Rescue workers carry out the body of one of three people killed in a shack flattened after strong winds knocked down a heavy tree in the Greater Buenos Aires district of Luis Guillon, January 31, 2005. Thunderstorms and torrential rains damaged many properties and vehicles, cutting power in the suburbs of Buenos Aires and some other Argentine cities. Seven people dead in a multiple-vehicle collision and two died elsewhere of electrocution and 200 people had to be evacuated. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA MARADONA
RTRWWXS
August 27, 2004
Diego Maradona, father of Argentine great Diego Armando Maradona arrives at a court for minors in the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Diego Maradona, father of Argentine great Diego Maradona arrives at a court for minors.
Diego Maradona, father of Argentine great Diego Armando Maradona arrives at a court for minors in the western suburbs of Buenos Aires, August 27, 2004. Maradona, hospitalized since May in a private psychiatric care for rehabilitation against his will by his family, is involved in a legal battle with his ex-wife Claudia Villafane and daughters Dalma and Giannina on where the he will recover from his drug addiction. In case no agreement is reached it is speculated that a local court has the authority to decide on the next step to be taken. REUTERS/Andres Stapff AS
ARGENTINA MARADONA
RTRWWXN
August 27, 2004
Diego and Dalma Maradona (R), parents of Argentine great Diego Maradona arrive at a court for minors...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Diego and Dalma Maradona (R), parents of Argentine great Diego Maradona arrive at a court for minors....
Diego and Dalma Maradona (R), parents of Argentine great Diego Maradona arrive at a court for minors in the western suburbs of Buenos Aires, August 27, 2004. Maradona, hospitalized since May in a private psychiatric care for rehabilitation against his will by his family, is involved in a legal battle with his ex-wife Claudia Villafane and daughters Dalma and Giannina on where he will recover from his drug addiction. In case no agreement is reached it is speculated that a local court has the authority to decide on the next step to be taken. REUTERS/Andres Stapff AS
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RTRWWVE
August 27, 2004
Claudia Villafane, ex-wife of Argentine great Diego Maradona and Maradona's daugther Giannina Maradona...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Claudia Villafane, ex-wife of Argentine great Diego Maradona and Maradona's daugther Giannina ...
Claudia Villafane, ex-wife of Argentine great Diego Maradona and Maradona's daugther Giannina Maradona leave a court. Claudia Villafane, ex-wife of Argentine soccer great Diego Maradona and Maradona's daugther Giannina Maradona (L, back) leave a court for minors in the western suburbs of Buenos Aires, August 27, 2004. Maradona, hospitalized since May in a private psychiatric care for rehabilitation against his will by his family, is involved in a legal battle with his ex-wife Claudia Villafane and daughters Dalma and Giannina on where the he will recover from his drug addiction. In case no agreement is reached it is speculated that a local court has the authority to decide on the next step to be taken by Maradona. REUTERS/Andres Stapff
SPORT SOCCER ARGENTINA MARADONA
RTRWIB0
May 09, 2004
Policemen stand in front of the Del Parque clinic along with soccer fans where former soccer star Diego...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
POLICEMEN AND FANS OUTSIDE CLINIC WHERE WHERE MARADONA WAS TRANSFERRED IN BUENOS AIRES.
Policemen stand in front of the Del Parque clinic along with soccer fans where former soccer star Diego Maradona was tranferred, from the Suizo-Argentina clinic, in a Buenos Aires suburb, May 9, 2004. Maradona was transferred to the rehabilitation clinic on Sunday to continue treatments for his medical problems, which include heart and lung ailments. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM/gn
SPORT SOCCER ARGENTINA MARADONA
RTRWI9I
May 09, 2004
Policemen stand in front of the Del Parque clinic where former soccer star Diego Maradona was tranferred,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
POLICEMEN STAND GUARD OUTSIDE CLINIC WHERE WHERE MARADONA WAS TRANSFERRED IN BUENOS AIRES.
Policemen stand in front of the Del Parque clinic where former soccer star Diego Maradona was tranferred, from the Suizo-Argentina clinic, in a Buenos Aires suburb, May 9, 2004. Maradona was transferred to the rehabilitation clinic on Sunday to continue treatments for his medical problems, which include heart and lung ailments. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM/gn
SPORT SOCCER
RTRWI7Y
May 09, 2004
A soccer fan riding a bike past policemen standing guard in front of the clinic "Del Parque" where Argentine...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
SOCCER FAN PAST POLICEMEN GUARDING A HOSPITAL WHERE MARADONA WAS TRANSFERRED.
A soccer fan riding a bike past policemen standing guard in front of the clinic "Del Parque" where Argentine former soccer star Diego Maradona was transferred today from the Suizo-Argentina clinic, in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, May 9, 2004. Maradona is expected to remain here to be treated for cocaine addiction. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM/JDP
ARGENTINA PROTEST
RTRD4G0
February 19, 2004
A protester burns tires to block a bridge that links Buenos Aires to the suburbs, February 19, 2004....
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
DEMONSTRATOR BURNS TIRES TO BLOCK A BRIDGE IN BUENOS AIRES.
A protester burns tires to block a bridge that links Buenos Aires to the suburbs, February 19, 2004. Organizations of unemployed people blocked the country's main roads, highways and streets to protest the national government's subsidy distribution policy. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci MBH/HB
ARGENTINA STORMS
RTRBLAA
January 31, 2004
Cars remain trapped on a flooded street in Buenos Aires as continual torrential rains hit the city, January...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
TRAPPED CARS IN A FLOODED BUENOS AIRES STREET.
Cars remain trapped on a flooded street in Buenos Aires as continual torrential rains hit the city, January 31, 2004. After weeks of a heat wave across Argentina, a fierce storm damaged many properties, vehicles, cutting power in Buenos Aires capital and its suburbs. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM/GAC
ARGENTINA STORMS
RTRBL9L
January 31, 2004
A truck remains trapped on a flooded street of Buenos Aires under overnight torrential rain, January...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
TRAPPED TRUCK IN A FLOODED BUENOS AIRES STREET.
A truck remains trapped on a flooded street of Buenos Aires under overnight torrential rain, January 31, 2004. After weeks of a heat wave across Argentina, a fierce storm damaged many properties, vehicles, cutting power in Buenos Aires capital and its suburbs. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM/GAC
ARGENTINA STORMS
RTRBL91
January 31, 2004
Rescue personnel work on trapped cars on a flooded street of Buenos Aires during a continual, torrential...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
RESCUE PERSONNEL WORK ON TRAPPED CARS BY FLOODS IN BUENOS AIRES.
Rescue personnel work on trapped cars on a flooded street of Buenos Aires during a continual, torrential overnight rain, January 31, 2004. After weeks of a heat wave across Argentina, a fierce storm damaged many properties, cars, cutting power in Buenos Aires capital and its suburbs. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian EM/GAC
ARGENTINA PROTES
RTRE50T
November 20, 2002
Argentine riot police stand over a bridge connecting Buenos Aires with
suburbs at the end of a three-day...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
ARGENTINE RIOT POLICE STAND GUARD DURING A PROTEST N BUENOS AIRES.
Argentine riot police stand over a bridge connecting Buenos Aires with
suburbs at the end of a three-day protest with roadblocks across the
country against the government's economic policies as well as ongoing
negotiations with the International Monetary Fund, November 20, 2002.
Stuck in nearly five years of recession, Argentina is undergoing its
worst economic crisis ever where half of the 36 million people live
under the line of poverty. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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ARGENTINA PROTES
RTRE507
November 20, 2002
Hundreds of Argentine unemployed workers march over a bridge connecting
Buenos Aires with suburbs at...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
HUNDREDS OF UNEMPLOYED ARGENTINE WORKERS RALLY AGAINST ECONOMIC
POLICIES IN BUENOS AIRES.
Hundreds of Argentine unemployed workers march over a bridge connecting
Buenos Aires with suburbs at the end of a three-day protest with
roadblocks across the country against the government's economic
policies as well as ongoing negotiations with the International
Monetary Fund, November 20, 2002. Stuck in a nearly five years of
recession, Argentina is undergoing its worst economic crisis ever where
half of the 36 million people live under the line of poverty.
REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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ARGENTINA BRIDGE
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September 19, 2002
A girl is comforted as relatives and friends gather outisde their
school in the district of Merlo, a...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
GIRL IS COMFORTED WHILE AWAITING NEWS OF CHILDREN KILLED IN SOUTHERN
ARGENTINA.
A girl is comforted as relatives and friends gather outisde their
school in the district of Merlo, a suburb of Buenos Aires, September
19, 2002. The group was awaiting news about classmates that fell into
an icy, fast-moving river in Patagonia on Thursday, in the southern
province of Chubut, 1,000 miles (1,600 km) south of Buenos Aires, after
a wooden footbridge collapsed. At least eight Argentine students and
their teacher tumbled to their deaths, and authorities said one person
remained missing after the students, aged 12 and 13, crowded onto the
fragile bridge to take a group picture during a field trip.
REUTERS/Marcos Haupa

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ARGENTINA BRIDGE
RTRAQQQ
September 19, 2002
A girl is comforted inside her school in the district of Merlo, a
suburb of Buenos Aires, September...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
ARGENTINE SCHOOL GIRL COMFORTED WHILE AWAITING WORD ABOUT CLASSMATES
KILLED IN BRIDGE ACCIDENT.
A girl is comforted inside her school in the district of Merlo, a
suburb of Buenos Aires, September 19, 2002. She was part of a group
awaiting further news about classmates that fell into an icy,
fast-moving river in Patagonia on Thursday, in the southern province of
Chubut, 1,000 miles (1,600 km) south of Buenos Aires, after a wooden
footbridge collapsed. At least eight Argentine students and their
teacher tumbled to their deaths, and authorities said one person
remained missing after the students, aged 12 and 13, crowded onto the
fragile bridge to take a group picture during a field trip.
REUTERS/Marcos Haupa

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ARGENTINA BRIDGE
RTRAQPK
September 19, 2002
Boys stand next to a blackboard placed inside their school in the
district of Merlo, a suburb of Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
BOYS STAND NEXT TO A BLACKBOARD WITH THE NAMES OF THEIR CLASSMATES
KILLED IN SOUTHERN ARGENTINA.
Boys stand next to a blackboard placed inside their school in the
district of Merlo, a suburb of Buenos Aires, with the names of their
classmates who died, September 19, 2002. The boys were awaiting further
news about classmates that fell into an icy, fast-moving river in
Patagonia on Thursday, in the southern province of Chubut, 1,000 miles
(1,600 km) south of Buenos Aires, after a wooden footbridge collapsed.
At least eight Argentine students and their teacher tumbled to their
deaths, and authorities said one person remained missing after the
students, aged 12 and 13, crowded onto the fragile bridge to take a
group picture during a field trip. REUTERS/Marcos Haupa

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR4VT3
May 08, 2002
Poor children have lunch in a soup kitchen organized by groups of unemployed
parents in the Buenos Aires...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
CHILDREN RECEIVE A FOOD RATION IN BUENOS AIRES.
Poor children have lunch in a soup kitchen organized by groups of unemployed
parents in the Buenos Aires suburb of La Matanza, May 8, 2002. Almost half
of Argentina's 36 million people are no longer able to meet their basic
daily nutritional needs or pay home bills as a recession since mid-1998
grinds on with no foreseeable end in sight. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR4VSD
May 08, 2002
A child eats a meat pie in a soup kitchen organized by groups of
unemployed parents in the Buenos Aires...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
A CHILD RECEIVES A FOOD RATION IN BUENOS AIRES.
A child eats a meat pie in a soup kitchen organized by groups of
unemployed parents in the Buenos Aires suburb of La Matanza, May 8,
2002. Almost half of Argentina's 36 million people are no longer able
to meet their basic daily nutritional needs or pay home bills as a
recession since mid-1998 grinds on with no foreseeable end in sight.
REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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ARGENTINA CRISIS
RTR4VS0
May 08, 2002
Poor children receive a food ration in a soup kitchen organized by groups of
unemployed parents in the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
CHILDREN RECEIVE A FOOD RATION IN BUENOS AIRES.
Poor children receive a food ration in a soup kitchen organized by groups of
unemployed parents in the Buenos Aires suburb of La Matanza, May 8, 2002.
Almost half of Argentina's 36 million people are no longer able to meet
their basic daily nutritional needs or pay home bills as a recession since
mid-1998 grinds on with no foreseeable end in sight. REUTERS/Enrique
Marcarian

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ARGENTINA NUCLEAR PROTEST
RTR3MVI
April 12, 2002
Greenpeace activists stage a demonstration against a plan to build a
nuclear research reactor in Ezeiza,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
GREENPEACE ACTIVISTS STAGE A DEMONSTRATION AGAINST A PLAN TO BUILD A
NUCLEAR REACTOR IN ARGENTINA.
Greenpeace activists stage a demonstration against a plan to build a
nuclear research reactor in Ezeiza, a suburb of Buenos Aires, April 12,
2002. Australia has contracted Argentine state firm INVAP to build a
controversial research-only nuclear reactor to replace the country's
aging Sydney reactor which produces radioactive material used in
medicine and medical research. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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ARGENTINA NUCLEAR WASTE PROTEST
RTR3MVC
April 12, 2002
Greenpeace activists stage a demonstration against a plan to build a
nuclear research reactor in Ezeiza,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
GREENPEACE ACTIVISTS STAGE A DEMONSTRATION AGAINST A PLAN TO BUILD A
NUCLEAR REACTOR IN ARGENTINA.
Greenpeace activists stage a demonstration against a plan to build a
nuclear research reactor in Ezeiza, a suburb of Buenos Aires, April 12,
2002. Australia has contracted Argentine state firm INVAP to build a
controversial research-only nuclear reactor to replace the country's
aging Sydney reactor which produces radioactive material used in
medicine and medical research. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

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ARGENTINA
RTXKQ7L
August 26, 2001
An elderly man receives some food at the "Plaza Miserere" square, during a National Day of Solidarity...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
An elderly man receives some food at the "Plaza Miserere" square, during a National Day of Solidarit.....
An elderly man receives some food at the "Plaza Miserere" square, during a National Day of Solidarity in Buenos Aires, August 26, 2001. According to an official study realesed by the National Statistics Bureau, one out of every three people in Buenos Aires and its suburbs is poor, which means they do not earn the national minimum wage of 154 pesos a month needed to buy food, clothes and pay for services.
ARGENTINA POVERTY
RTRLXV6
August 26, 2001
A couple have lunch at the "Plaza Miserere" square, during a National
Day of Solidarity in Buenos Aires,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
A COUPLE HAVE LUNCH IN PUBLIC SQUARE OF BUENOS AIRES.
A couple have lunch at the "Plaza Miserere" square, during a National
Day of Solidarity in Buenos Aires, August 26, 2001. According to an
official study realesed by the National Statistics Bureau, one out of
every three people in Buenos Aires and its suburbs is poor, which means
they do not earn the national minimum wage of 154 pesos a month needed
to buy food, clothes and pay for services.

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ARGENTINA POVERTY
RTRLXUY
August 26, 2001
An elderly man receives some food at the "Plaza Miserere" square,
during a National Day of Solidarity...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
ELDERLY MAN RECEIVES MEAL IN A PUBLIC SQUARE IN BUENOS AIRES.
An elderly man receives some food at the "Plaza Miserere" square,
during a National Day of Solidarity in Buenos Aires, August 26, 2001.
According to an official study realesed by the National Statistics
Bureau, one out of every three people in Buenos Aires and its suburbs
is poor, which means they do not earn the national minimum wage of 154
pesos a month needed to buy food, clothes and pay for services.

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ARGENTINA POVERTY
RTRLXUR
August 26, 2001
People wait in line to get a meal at the "Plaza Miserere" square during
a National Day of Solidarity...
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
PEOPLE WAIT IN LINE TO GET MEAL IN PUBLIC SQUARE OF BUENOS AIRES.
People wait in line to get a meal at the "Plaza Miserere" square during
a National Day of Solidarity in Buenos Aires, August 26, 2001.
According to an official study released by the National Statistics
Bureau, one out of every three people in Buenos Aires and its suburbs
is poor, which means they do not earn the national minimum wage of 154
pesos a month needed to buy food, clothes and pay for services.

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ARGENTINA ELECTIONS
RTRRKXS
October 18, 1999
TO GO WITH FEATURE ARGENTINA-ELECTIONS - Presidential candidate Fernando de la Rua (C), runningmate Carlos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
ARGENTINE CANDIDATES TOSS SOCCER BALLS TO SUPPORTERS.
TO GO WITH FEATURE ARGENTINA-ELECTIONS - Presidential candidate Fernando de la Rua (C), runningmate Carlos "Chacho" Alvarez (R), and candidate for governor of the province of Buenos Aires, Graciela Fernandez Meijide, all of the opposition Alliance coalition, toss soccer balls to supporters while campaigning in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, October 16. De la Rua leads the the coalition that pledges to fight corruption but toes President Menem's line on liberal economic reforms.

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ARGENTINA ELECTIONS
RTRRFCQ
October 12, 1999
Candidate for president of Argentina for the ruling Peronist Party, Eduardo Duhalde (L), is hugged by...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE DUHALDE IS HUGGED BY FOLLOWERS DURING CAMPAIGN.
Candidate for president of Argentina for the ruling Peronist Party, Eduardo Duhalde (L), is hugged by followers during a campaign visit in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, October 12. Duhalde continues to trail opposition Alianza Party candidate, Fernando De la Rua, by nearly 15 points in the latest opinion polls leading up to the October 24 elections.

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QUINDIMIL
RTXJ8AX
October 04, 1999
Manolo Quindimil shows off a portrait of the populist Argentine leader Juan Peron and his legendary wife...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Manolo Quindimil shows off a portrait of the populist Argentine leader Juan Peron and his legendary .....
Manolo Quindimil shows off a portrait of the populist Argentine leader Juan Peron and his legendary wife Evita, which form part of a unique Peronist collection at his office in the town hall of Lanus, a working-class suburb of Buenos Aires, September 17. Quindimil has been mayor since 1973 except for a seven year dictatorship, and a Peronist stalwart since the party was founded in the early '40s.
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QUINDIMIL
RTXJ8AW
October 04, 1999
Manolo Quindimil shows off his private museum of Juan and Eva Peron in his office in the town hall of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Manolo Quindimil shows off his private museum of Juan and Eva Peron in his office in the town hall o.....
Manolo Quindimil shows off his private museum of Juan and Eva Peron in his office in the town hall of Lanus, a working-class suburb of Buenos Aires, September 17. The collection includes clothes belonging to the man who was the president of Argentina three times and his legendary wife Evita. Quindimil has been mayor since 1973 except for a seven year dictatorship, and a Peronist stalwart since the party was founded in the early '40s.
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FEATURE
RTRRAWG
October 04, 1999
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ARGENTINA-PERONIST - Manolo Quindimil shows off a portrait of the populist Argentine...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ARGENTINA PERONIST.
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ARGENTINA-PERONIST - Manolo Quindimil shows off a portrait of the populist Argentine leader Juan Peron and his legendary wife Evita, which form part of a unique Peronist collection at his office in the town hall of Lanus, a working-class suburb of Buenos Aires, September 17. Quindimil has been mayor since 1973 except for a seven year dictatorship, and a Peronist stalwart since the party was founded in the early '40s.

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FEATURE
RTRRAWE
October 04, 1999
MATCHER FOR FEATURE ARGENTINA-PERONIST - Manolo Quindimil shows off his private museum of Juan and Eva...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE ARGENTINA-PERONIST.
MATCHER FOR FEATURE ARGENTINA-PERONIST - Manolo Quindimil shows off his private museum of Juan and Eva Peron in his office in the town hall of Lanus, a working-class suburb of Buenos Aires, September 17. The collection includes clothes belonging to the man who was the president of Argentina three times and his legendary wife Evita. Quindimil has been mayor since 1973 except for a seven year dictatorship, and a Peronist stalwart since the party was founded in the early '40s.

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REEMTSMA
RTXIFZO
March 30, 1998
Multi-millionaire Jan Philipp Reemtsma, heir to the German food and tobacco group Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken...
Multi-millionaire Jan Philipp Reemtsma, heir to the German food and tobacco group Reemtsma Cigarette.....
Multi-millionaire Jan Philipp Reemtsma, heir to the German food and tobacco group Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken GmbH, talks to journalists in front of his home in Hamburg's suburb Blankenese on March 30 after Thomas Drach, one of his kidnappers was arrested on March 28 in Buenos Aires. Reemtsma was abducted on March 25 1996 and released on April 26 for 30 million German marks in ransom.
RTRCOV4
March 30, 1998
Multi-millionaire Jan Philipp Reemtsma, heir to the German food and tobacco group Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken...
Germany
JAN PHILIPP REEMTSMA LEVES HIS HOME IN HAMBURG'S SUBURB BLANKENESE
Multi-millionaire Jan Philipp Reemtsma, heir to the German food and tobacco group Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken GmbH, leaves his home in Hamburg's suburb Blankenese March 30, after Thomas Drach, one of his kidnappers was arrested on March 28 in Buenos Aires. Reemtsma was abducted on March 25 1996 and released on April 26 for 30 million German marks ($16.7million) in ransom.

GERMANY
RTRCOTQ
March 30, 1998
Multi-millionaire Jan Philipp Reemtsma, heir to the German food and tobacco group Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken...
Germany
JAN PHILIPP REEMTSMA TALKS TO JOURNALISTS IN HAMBURG
Multi-millionaire Jan Philipp Reemtsma, heir to the German food and tobacco group Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken GmbH, talks to journalists in front of his home in Hamburg's suburb Blankenese on March 30 after Thomas Drach, one of his kidnappers was arrested on March 28 in Buenos Aires. Reemtsma was abducted on March 25 1996 and released on April 26 for 30 million German marks in ransom.

GERMANY
ARGENTINA
RTXH20F
December 26, 1997
Members of the large Argentine Jewish community observe December 26 one of some 30 gravesites destroyed...
Members of the large Argentine Jewish community observe December 26 one of some 30 gravesites destro.....
Members of the large Argentine Jewish community observe December 26 one of some 30 gravesites destroyed by unidentified vandals on Christmas Eve for the second year in a row in a cemetery located in the Buenos Aires suburb of La Tablada. More than 30 tombs were smashed and photographs of the dead defiled during the night as the Interior Ministry issued a statement warning of a rise in anti-Semitism in Argentina.
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December 26, 1997
A member of the large Argentine Jewish community observes December 26 one of some 30 gravesites destroyed...
Argentina
ARGENTINE JEW OBSERVES DESTROYED GRAVESITE
A member of the large Argentine Jewish community observes December 26 one of some 30 gravesites destroyed by unidentified vandals on Christmas Eve for the second year in a row, in a cemetery located in the Buenos Aires suburb of La Tablada. More than 30 tombs were smashed and photographs of the dead defiled during the night as the Interior Ministry issued a statement warning of a rise in anti-Semitism in Argentina.

ARGENTINA JEWS
RTR9WR7
December 26, 1997
Members of the large Argentine Jewish community observe December 26 one of some 30 gravesites destroyed...
Argentina
ARGENTINE JEWS OBSERVE DESTROYED GRAVESITE
Members of the large Argentine Jewish community observe December 26 one of some 30 gravesites destroyed by unidentified vandals on Christmas Eve for the second year in a row in a cemetery located in the Buenos Aires suburb of La Tablada. More than 30 tombs were smashed and photographs of the dead defiled during the night as the Interior Ministry issued a statement warning of a rise in anti-Semitism in Argentina.

ARGENTINA JEWS
RTR29TH
March 07, 1997
Theresa Solomons (L), mayor of Cape Town, and William D. Banton, mayor of Cape Town's suburb, prepare...
Switzerland
THERESA SOLOMONS MAYOR OF CAPETOWN
Theresa Solomons (L), mayor of Cape Town, and William D. Banton, mayor of Cape Town's suburb, prepare to phone through the success of their bidding after Cape Town was chosen as one of the five final candidates to host the 2004 Summer Games. The other final candidate cities chosen by the selection committee of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in Lausanne, March 7, are Athens, Buenos Aires, Stockholm and Rome. The venue for the Games will be decided on September 5.

OLYMPIC BIDS
RTRCOUA
March 25, 1996
Multi-millionaire Jan Philipp Reemtsma, heir to the German food and tobacco group Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken...
Germany
JAN PHILIPP REEMTSMA LEVES HIS HOME IN HAMBURG'S SUBURB BLANKENESE
Multi-millionaire Jan Philipp Reemtsma, heir to the German food and tobacco group Reemtsma Cigarettenfabriken GmbH, leaves his home in Hamburg's suburb Blankenese March 30, after Thomas Drach, one of his kidnappers was arrested on March 28 in Buenos Aires. Reemtsma was abducted on March 25, 1996 and released on April 26 for 30 million German marks in ransom.

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