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Argentine minister blasts U.S. judge's order on defaulted debt

Mar 06 2012

BUENOS AIRES, March 5 Argentina's Economy Minister on Monday lambasted a U.S. judge who ordered the country to pay interest to a holdout creditor on debt it defaulted on a decade ago, saying the judge had changed tack and succumbed to pressure from so-called "vulture funds".

"Iron Lady" film draws sympathy for Thatcher in Argentina

Feb 05 2012

BUENOS AIRES Long reviled in Argentina for leading Britain to war over the Falkland Islands, Margaret Thatcher's portrayal as a vulnerable, elderly woman suffering from dementia in new film "The Iron Lady" has won her newfound sympathy with Argentine moviegoers.

'Iron Lady' film draws sympathy for Thatcher in Argentina

Feb 05 2012

BUENOS AIRES Long reviled in Argentina for leading Britain to war over the Falkland Islands, Margaret Thatcher's portrayal as a vulnerable, elderly woman suffering from dementia in new film "The Iron Lady" has won her newfound sympathy with Argentine moviegoers.

"Iron Lady" film draws sympathy for Thatcher in Argentina

Feb 04 2012

BUENOS AIRES Long reviled in Argentina for leading Britain to war over the Falkland Islands, Margaret Thatcher's portrayal as a vulnerable, elderly woman suffering from dementia in new film "The Iron Lady" has won her newfound sympathy with Argentine moviegoers.

"Iron Lady" film draws sympathy for Thatcher in Argentina

Feb 04 2012

BUENOS AIRES Long reviled in Argentina for leading Britain to war over the Falkland Islands, Margaret Thatcher's portrayal as a vulnerable, elderly woman suffering from dementia in new film "The Iron Lady" has won her newfound sympathy with Argentine moviegoers.

'Iron Lady' film draws sympathy for Thatcher in Argentina

Feb 04 2012

BUENOS AIRES, Feb 4 Long reviled in Argentina for leading Britain to war over the Falkland Islands, Margaret Thatcher's portrayal as a vulnerable, elderly woman suffering from dementia in new film "The Iron Lady" has won her newfound sympathy with Argentine moviegoers.

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