January 30, 2015

Prosecutor Viviana Fein has informed that lab results carried out for the Nisman case indicate all DNA found belongs to the former AMIA Special Prosecutor.

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Prosecutor Viviana Fein, who is in charge of the investigation of the death of former AMIA Special Prosecutor Alberto Nisman, has asked all political sectors to avoid “manipulating” her words.

The new leftwing government in Athens has opened negotiations on its bailout package with European partners by flatly rejecting the expected extension of the programme and the international inspectors overseeing it.

The bill to create the new Federal Intelligence Agency (AFI) will be discussed in the Justice, Criminal and Constitutional matters commission of Senate next Tuesday, official sources informed.

The decision made by President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner to call for extraordinary Congress sessions has been made official, with MPs beginning to discuss both the reform of Argentina’s intelligence system and the nomination of Roberto Carlés to succeed ex Justice Raúl Zaffaroni in the Supreme Court next week.

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The hooligans have already started

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The hooligans have already started

The complexity of ideas

Silvio Waisbord

The complexity of ideas

Bring in the CIA

Andrés Federman

Bring in the CIA

Free Leopoldo López

Patricio Navia

Free Leopoldo López

Handling the case


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