Argentina

Argentina Puts the Blame on US Mediator for Failed Talks

Argentina Puts the Blame on US Mediator for Failed Talks

Ever since 2012 when Greece restructured its debts, Argentina is the first one among the nations to set off default swap.

International Swaps & Derivatives Association says that failure of Argentina to pay interest on its bonds is a credit affair which will set off a settlement of $1bn of default insurance.

After Talks Fail With The Creditors Argentina Yet Again Falls into Default

After Talks Fail With The Creditors Argentina Yet Again Falls into Default

Late on Wednesday the talks between the U. S creditors and Argentina failed resulting in pushing the South American country into default for the second time in thirteen years along with shifting focus to concerns that are emerging out of worries of the effects that the default could have on the financial markets globally.

Argentina's Aconcagua mountain peak climbed by 9-yr-old

Argentina's Aconcagua mountain peak climbed by 9-yr-old

Tyler Armstrong climbed the tallest top in the Western and Southern Hemispheres at 22,841 feet high. The nine-year-old kid has picked up the title of the most youthful individual in history to move to the highest point of Argentina's Aconcagua mountain.

Argentina world’s oldest giant prehistoric toilet

Argentina world’s oldest giant prehistoric toilet

Argentina is home to an enormous collective restroom or toilet made at the beginning of the dinosaurs, also being the world’s largest public toilet.

Many fossilised craps left by rhino-like megaherbivores were discovered bunched together, researchers say.

Argentina Cristina Fernandez Discharged from Hospital after Brain Surgery

Argentina Cristina Fernandez Discharged from Hospital after Brain Surgery

Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has recovered and has been discharged from the hospital five days after her surgery.

A surgery was done in order to remove a blood clot from the President's brain.

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