Thousands Protest ‘Suicide’ of Argentina Prosecutor Alberto Nisman Amid Terror Probe

Article Thousands of people rallied Monday night to protest the mysterious death of a prosecutor who accused Argentina’s president of orchestrating a cover-up in the investigation of Iran over the 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center. Quotes were provided for the article published in the Jewish Daily Forward on January 19, 2015.
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Clashes in Protest over Nisman’s Death in Argentina

Video Protesters clashed with police in Buenos Aires on January 19, 2015 following a demonstration over the death of Alberto Nisman, lead investigator with AMIA. This video was produced for Ruptly TV and RT and published on January 19, 2015.
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Milestone in Sino-Latin Cooperation

Analysis The two-day forum bringing together China and the 33 countries of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) in Beijing on January 8th and 9th – the first of its kind – ushers in an era of bilateral cooperation in trade, political security and development. This analysis was published in the South China Morning Post on January 13, 2015.
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An unhappy New Year for Argentina

Article There will be no truce between the Argentine government and its foreign creditors, despite the expiration of a provision on December 31, 2014 that could have paved the way for a settlement, hence leaving the economy in limbo and cut off from global financial markets. This piece was published in International Finance Magazine in January 12, 2015.
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Soutien à Charlie Hebdo

Article À Buenos Aires, près de 100 Français et Argentins ont exprimé leur soutien au magazine satirique Charlie Hebdo en face de l'ambassade de France, suite à la mort de 12 personnes à Paris dans la matinée du 9 janvier 2015, lors de l'attentat le plus meurtrier en France depuis les années 1960. Ce reportage a été publié dans The Huffington Post le 8 janvier 2015.
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