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· April, 2009

Stories about Argentina from April, 2009

18 April 2009

Argentina: Cleaning Up the Riachuelo

La Matanza River, better known as El Riachuelo, flows through one of the most colorful tourist attractions in Buenos Aires, Argentina. However, the contamination from nearby industrial plants has left...

13 April 2009

Argentina: Mi* Platform for Budding Spanish Speaking Citizen Journalists

From Argentina, the Mi * (asterisk) citizen journalism website has sprouted up, with the intention of becoming the platform for budding Spanish speaking citizen journalists to post their work and...

12 April 2009

Argentina: A Wall Separating Two Neighborhoods in Buenos Aires

A wall built between two neighborhoods in northern Buenos Aires leaves residents and bloggers wondering whether this is the best way to combat crime or whether it just a way...

7 April 2009

Argentina: A Land of Immigrants and Emigrants

Argentina is a country built by immigrants primarily by Europeans who escaped war and hunger in the early 20th century. Later, South Americans and Asians also made a new life...

Argentina: Holy Week Activities in Córdoba

5 April 2009

Bolivia: Unlikely and Historic 6-1 Win Over Argentina

With head coach Diego Maradona and his squad of superstars in La Paz to face Bolivia in a World Cup qualifying football match, it was expected to be another easy...

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