ARGENTINE SAVERS PROTEST INSIDE SUPREME COURT BUILDING.
A group of Argentines try to push down a police fence inside the Supreme Court building in Buenos Aires, July 13, 2004. Argentina's Supreme Court on Tuesday gave its unanimous backing to the government's handling of the 2002 peso devaluation by throwing out a lawsuit by a bank depositor seeking compensation for his losses. Those depositors who accepted Economy Minister Roberto Lavagna's offer of two pesos for each dollar deposited before the devaluation do not have a legal basis for claiming more money, the seven court justices ruled. REUTERS/Santiago Pandolfi EM