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Argentina's Digital Purchases Grow, But Mixed Results Projected Compared to Other Latin American Countries

Latin America has embraced the digital age, and Argentina is utilizing the technology for digital purchases. A study conducted by Prince Consulting for the Cámara Argentina de Comercio Electrónico (CACE) revealed business-to-consumer and consumer-to-consumer digital transactions totaled $4.53 billion in 2013, or 24.8 billion pesos in Argentina.
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Ted Turner Reportedly Hospitalized In Argentina With Appendicitis

Turner Broadcasting System and CNN Founder Ted Turner was hospitalized in South America early Friday morning, Turner's spokesperson told "CNN."
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World Cup 2014 Preview - Group F Analysis: Can Lionel Messi Lead Argentina to Championship?

The World Cup is just four months away. With each passing week, we'll preview two of the 32 competitors leading up to the biggest tournament on the planet. Argentina enters the tournament as major favorites to win it all. But will the South American giants finally end decades of futility in Brazil?

Scientists to Use High-Res Imagery from Space to Count Whales Off the Coast of Argentina

Scientists have been able to combine their astronomical knowledge and fascination for marine life through a new method for counting whales from space - and they have used the Golfo Nuevo off of the coast of Argentina as an example.
Lionel Messi

Can Lionel Messi Win World Cup On His Own? Mario Kempes Does Not Think So

Can Lionel Messi lead Argentina to the World Cup in Brazil this summer? Argentina great Mario Kempes thinks that he should not have to.

Kissinger, Former Secretary of State for Nixon & Ford OK'd Argentina's Dirty War, Memo Claims

Nobel Peace Prize-winning, German-born American diplomat and political scientist, Henry Kissinger has had an extensive political career from serving as National Security Advisor to Secretary of State in the administrations of Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. According to Mother Jones' David Corn while Kissinger might have been recently seen dancing with Stephen Colbert in a funny bit on the latter's Comedy Central show, there's a different kind of funny business that's been going on that has been unearthed - and quite frankly it's nowhere near funny.
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Argentina vs. Ecuador Live Stream, Score, Preview, Prediction: International Friendly 2013

Argentina and Ecuador will face off in an international friendly on Friday.
Peru Drug Raids

Peru Drug Raids Nab Suspected Traffickers from Colombia, Peru, Argentina, Mexico and Israel

Peru may have bypassed Colombia as the biggest producer of coca (a South American plant used to make cocaine) with over 128,000 tons produced in the country last year, but that doesn't mean the country won't give up the fight against narco-trafficking.
Cristina Fernandez

Cristina Fernandez Brain Surgery: President of Argentina to Take a Month Off After Doctors Stop Bleeding on Brain

Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner is recovering today after undergoing brain surgery.
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