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Disturbances in Argentina leave 1 dead, 40 injured

Buenos Aires, Dec 9 (EFE).- One person was killed and 40 others were injured in a wave of looting sparked by police protests to demand wage increases in Argentina, officials said Monday. The disturbances have spread to six provinces, with the death toll now at three. The latest victim died from electrocution early Monday in Concordia, a city in Entre Rios province, located about 430 kilometers (267 miles) north of Buenos Aires, Entre Rios Gov. Sergio Uribarri said.

Golden 'UFO' appears in Argentina

An UFO (unidentified flying object) appeared in Argentina. A video clip named “UFO reportedly seen over Argentina” was posted on YouTube, a video-sharing website on March 27.This one-minute video was filmed in Argentina on March 26 and it featured a “UFO” flying at sunset. This golden, disk-shaped “UFO” was not in motion long enough to make it possible to be observed closely.However, whether or not the “UFO” was real could not be confirmed since it was motionless and the video had a distorted image of it.

Britain's top tabloid scolds Argentina over the Falklands

* Sun letter to the editor new salvo in diplomatic battle * Britain retained the islands 1982 Falklands War * Oil exploration raises stakes in sovereignty row By Hugh Bronstein and Estelle Shirbon BUENOS AIRES/LONDON, Jan 4 (Reuters) - Britain's biggest-selling newspaper had a simple message for Argentina in an editorial published on Friday in the South American country: "HANDS OFF" the Falkland Islands.
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