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EU turns to African leaders to stem migrant crisis
EU turns to African leaders to stem migrant crisis

EU leaders will push their wary African counterparts to help tackle the migration crisis at a summit in Malta this week, offering them billions of euros in aid in exchange for cooperation

EU turns to African leaders to stem migrant crisis
Fidel Castro meets Cristina Kirchner in Havana
Fidel Castro meets Cristina Kirchner in Havana

Cuban leader Fidel Castro lunched with Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner on Sunday on the sidelines of a summit of regional leaders.

Fidel Castro meets Cristina Kirchner in Havana
Mid-term elections a key test for Argentina's Kirchner
Mid-term elections a key test for Argentina's Kirchner

Voting got under way in Argentina Sunday in midterm elections that observers said could mark the beginning of President Cristina Kirchner's political unraveling.

Mid-term elections a key test for Argentina's Kirchner
Kirchner blood clot surgery a success: Argentina
Kirchner blood clot surgery a success: Argentina

Argentine President Cristina Kirchner was recovering in hospital on Tuesday after successful surgery to remove a blood clot on her brain.

Kirchner blood clot surgery a success: Argentina
Argentina leader to receive surgery for brain injury
Argentina leader to receive surgery for brain injury

Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner was to undergo surgery Tuesday to drain a brain hematoma, officials said, leaving her party in uncertainty in the run-up to this month's congressional elections.

Argentina leader to receive surgery for brain injury
Kirchner party under fire over pope poster before vote
Kirchner party under fire over pope poster before vote

The ruling party of Argentine President Cristina Kirchner is under fire over a poster that appeared just ahead of legislative elections, showing her and a candidate smiling alongside Pope Francis.

Kirchner party under fire over pope poster before vote
Argentina's President Crisitina Fernandez de Kirchner and her husband former president Nestor Kirchner. ©REUTERS/Bernardino Avila
Argentina marks 10 years of Kirchner rule

The "Era K," as the decade-old rule of Cristina Kirchner and her late husband Nestor is known in Argentina, is showing its age.

Argentina marks 10 years of Kirchner rule
Uruguay president caught in open mic incident
Uruguay president caught in open mic incident

Uruguay's President Jose Mujica was left red-faced Thursday after disparaging remarks apparently aimed at Argentine counterpart Cristina Kirchner and her late husband were picked up by an open microphone.

Uruguay president caught in open mic incident
Kirchner fires broadside at Britain over Falklands
Kirchner fires broadside at Britain over Falklands

Argentine President Cristina Kirchner has launched a fiery Twitter attack deriding Britain's claim to the Falkland Islands, saying even three-year-old children would know London has no case.

Kirchner fires broadside at Britain over Falklands
Argentine president slams Falklands vote as 'parody'
Argentine president slams Falklands vote as 'parody'

Argentine President Cristina Kirchner Tuesday slammed as a "parody" the referendum in the disputed Falkland islands, where residents voted in favor of remaining a British overseas territory.

Argentine president slams Falklands vote as 'parody'
Tens of thousands protest Argentine reforms
Tens of thousands protest Argentine reforms

Banging on pots, tens of thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Argentina late Thursday to protest a possible third term for President Cristina Kirchner.

Tens of thousands protest Argentine reforms
Chavez declares lead 'irreversible' ahead of vote
Chavez declares lead 'irreversible' ahead of vote

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has an "irreversible" advantage over his rival, Henrique Capriles, in the upcoming October 7 election.

Chavez declares lead 'irreversible' ahead of vote
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