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Argentina's president-elect Macri promises an end to divisive politics (+video)
Continuity not change for Argentina's voters on election day
Argentina's Kirchner proposes intel reform: needed change or diversion? (+video)
What's at stake in the mysterious death of an Argentine prosecutor? (+video)
Uruguay welcomes six Guantánamo detainees, underlining focus on human rights (+video)
Will Uruguay election be one more 'win' for Latin America's Pink Tide? (+video)
Why an Argentine team plays key role in Mexico's 43 students case
Uruguay election: How will next president stack up against President Mujica?
Can Latin America World Cup unity weather Argentina vs Netherlands?
To win Argentine love, Messi first needs to help win World Cup (+video)
In Kirchner's 'winning decade' Argentina's poor may lose (+video)
Why did Uruguay agree to take in Guantánamo Bay detainees?
Argentina: Will $5 billion payout to foreign oil firm woo more investors? (+video)
Argentina comes clean on inflation – maybe.
As Argentina's currency plunges, echoes of past financial crises (+video)
As Argentine police stand down, looters step up
Argentina: Will controversial media law help or hinder 30 years of democracy?
Do Argentine election results ensure an end to Kirchner era?
Will letting 16-year-olds vote change Argentina?
Protests against Chevron highlight Argentine energy woes
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Are 'superdelegates' Hillary Clinton's secret weapon?
What N. Korea's rocket test tells us about its military capability
Supreme Court blocks Clean Power Plan, but perhaps not its goals
Most encryption products far beyond reach of US law enforcement
Can Congress curb North Korea with sanctions, à la Iran?
Justice Dept. sues Ferguson for civil rights, but city might have a point
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