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Rugby
Sep 18, 2022
Late try earns Springboks bonus-point win over Argentina
South Africa dominated the first half with their power game, but were given a scare in the second half as Argentina's Pumas roared back in Buenos Aires.
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BASKETBALL
Sep 11, 2022
Argentina's four-time NBA champion Manu Ginobili enters Hall of Fame
The 45-year-old told the audience that playing next to Tim Duncan and Tony Parker under the guidance of Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was what made his ascension to the Hall of Fame possible.
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WORLD / Politics
Sep 3, 2022
Argentina shaken by assassination attempt on vice president
Hundreds of thousands of Argentines descended on the capital's main plaza on Friday in a show of solidarity against a shocking assassination attempt on the country's vice president.
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Rugby
Sep 1, 2022
All Blacks coach Ian Foster stands by choices as team looks to bounce back against Argentina
All Blacks coach Ian Foster kept his starting lineup unchanged for his team's Rugby Championship test against Argentina in Hamilton on Saturday, backing the same players to turn the tables on the Pumas after the upset in Christchurch.
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SOCCER / World cup
Aug 2, 2022
South American countries set to launch official 2030 World Cup bid
The joint bid by four nations aims to stage the 2030 final in the very same Centenario stadium that hosted the tournament's first title match 100 years earlier.
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JAPAN
Jul 8, 2022
Japan and Argentina condemn Russia for invading Ukraine
The two nations' foreign ministers shared the view that Russia's aggression is a unilateral change of the status quo by force and a clear violation of international law.
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SOCCER
Feb 15, 2022
Brazil-Argentina World Cup qualifier to be replayed after farce
The match was halted after five minutes when Brazilian health officials invaded the pitch, accusing Argentina's England-based players of breaching the country's COVID-19 quarantine rules.
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Rugby
Aug 22, 2021
Springboks coach says South Africa ready to host Rugby Championship
'We would love to host, it would be good for the country,' Nienaber told reporters after Saturday's 29-10 victory over Argentina.
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BUSINESS
Aug 8, 2021
The Argentine river that carries soybeans to the world is drying up
Drought has deepened the strains on an economy that was already struggling to recover from its pandemic collapse.
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OLYMPICS
Aug 4, 2021
Double lives: The Olympians who divide their time between work and sport
'You cannot be riding a horse and thinking, what's happening with a trade in the office,' says equestrian Jose Maria Larocca, also one of the world's most influential oil traders.
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OLYMPICS
Aug 1, 2021
Japanese basketball team ends Olympics knowing it has plenty of work to do
Japan made an early exit from the Games having gone winless, ending their tournament with a 97-77 loss to Argentina in their final Group B contest at Saitama Super Arena on Sunday.
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COMMENTARY / World
Jul 28, 2021
How climate change can bring Latin America back
For Latin America, this quickening green transition could attract hundreds of billions in investment, help spur an economic recovery and let nations leapfrog technologically.
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SOCCER
Jul 11, 2021
Lionel Messi's Argentina wins Copa America to end title drought
A cagey first half made way for an exciting final 45 minutes as the Barcelona star raised his first-ever major trophy in the blue-and-white shirt.
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SOCCER
Jun 14, 2021
Lionel Messi admits to worrying about contracting COVID-19
Argentina striker Lionel Messi confessed on Sunday that he worries about contracting COVID-19. Messi admitted his fears a day before he kicks off another Copa America with the national side amid a spate of infections among rival teams.
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SOCCER
Mar 26, 2021
Japan's Olympic hopefuls outclassed by Argentina in narrow defeat
A strong effort by Japan’s under-24 team was not enough to overcome their Argentine counterparts as head coach Akinobu Yokouchi’s side suffered a 1-0 loss at Ajinomoto Stadium on Friday night in the first of two scheduled friendlies between the two sides.
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COMMENTARY / World
Mar 12, 2021
Policy credibility is hard to earn and easy to lose
The key distinctions all come down to trust. In countries that have earned it, officials statements are taken seriously, policies are believable and political systems relatively stable.
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SOCCER
Mar 2, 2021
Japan and Argentina U-24s to play pair of friendlies in late March
Japan's prospective Olympic men's soccer team will gear up for the Tokyo Games by hosting two friendlies against their under-24 counterparts from Argentina in late March, the Japan Football Association said Monday.
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WORLD
Mar 2, 2021
Amid scramble for COVID-19 vaccine, Latin America turns to Russia
As many wealthier developed nations have signed big deals with large drugmakers, other countries have faced difficulties securing adequate vaccine supplies.
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COMMENTARY / World / Beyond COVID-19
Jan 3, 2021
Debt and disease amid the pandemic
The pandemic will likely leave several countries with distressed debt that will have to be resolved, but many will lack the capacity to ensure a level playing field for negotiations.
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Rugby
Dec 14, 2020
Brave Blossoms to face England and Argentina at 2023 Rugby World Cup
Japan was drawn against an England coached by Eddie Jones, who masterminded Japan's stunning upset of South Africa at the 2015 World Cup.

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