Argentina’s Awful Booze

Feature Think medicine tastes awful? Maybe Fernet isn't the drink for you. Bizarrely though, in Argentina it's so popular that the country now consumes more than 75% of all Fernet produced globally. This article was published in CNN on October 29, 2015.
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Opposition Leads in Election

Video The leading opposition candidate in Argentina's presidential election took a razor-thin lead over President Cristina Fernandez's chosen successor early on Monday, a surprise that months of national polls failed to anticipate. This video was produced exclusively for Associated Press on October 25, 2015.
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Argentines Cast Their Ballot

Video Argentines cast their ballot on Sunday to pick the successor to President Cristina Fernandez, a polarizing leader who dominated national politics for 12 years. This video was produced exclusively for Associated Press on October 25, 2015.
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Controversy with Barbie as Virgin

Article An artistic showcase featuring 33 Barbie and Ken dolls as religious figures — including a crucified Jesus Christ and a Virgin Mary — is sparking controversy in this Argentine capital and worldwide a year after the same event was canceled over death and other threats. This article was published in USA Today on October 24, 2015.
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Dip in Oil Prices Hits Venezuela

Article As global oil prices have more than halved since 2014 to less than US$50/bbl, Venezuela – which has the planet’s largest crude reserves with about 300 billion barrels – is trying to halt the financial hemorrhaging. This article was published in the October - December 2015 print edition of International Finance Magazine.
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