Argentine site may give up Nazi secrets

Mar 24, 2015

Argentine site may give up Nazi secrets

An Argentine archaeologist who discovered what he thinks was a hideout built for German Nazis to flee to after World War II said Monday more dark secrets may be buried there. Daniel Schavelzon grabbed headlines and revived uncomfortable memories for Argentina, a notorious refuge ...

IOC stunned by death of French athletes in helicopter crash

Mar 10, 2015

IOC stunned by death of French athletes in helicopter crash

The IOC on Tuesday mourned the death of three French sports stars, including two Olympic medalists, in a helicopter accident during the filming of a reality show. Olympic swimming champion Camille Muffat, bronze medalist boxer Alexis Vastine and yachtswoman Florence Arthaud were among the ...

Victory for Argentine leader: Judge rejects coverup case

Feb 27, 2015

Victory for Argentine leader: Judge rejects coverup case

A federal judge on Thursday firmly dismissed allegations that Argentine President Cristina Fernandez tried to cover up the involvement of Iranian officials in the 1994 bombing of a Jewish center, easing a crisis for her government fed by the death of the prosecutor who ...

Feb 11, 2015

Argentina probes mystery DNA found at dead prosecutor's home

Argentine forensic experts began work Tuesday to trace the source of unidentified DNA found at the home of a prosecutor who died mysteriously while investigating alleged misconduct by President Cristina Fernandez. Investigators searching prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s Buenos Aires apartment after he was found dead ...

Reporter flees Argentina after threats in dead prosecutor's case

Jan 26, 2015

Reporter flees Argentina after threats in dead prosecutor's case

A reporter who broke the story that an Argentine prosecutor was found dead shortly before he was about to make explosive allegations about President Cristina Fernandez fled Argentina on Sunday after threats. “Now safe in Tel Aviv. Thanks everybody. We’ll talk soon,” Damian Pachter ...