Latest Nestor Kirchner Stories

2006-03-24 19:55:20

By Louise Egan BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters)

2006-01-12 21:43:23

By Mary Milliken BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters) - The top U.S. official for Latin America said Washington needs to do "more work" in the region as populations demand better economic results from their democracies. Thomas Shannon, U.S.

2006-01-03 19:32:49

By Damian Wroclavsky BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters) - Argentina canceled its entire $9.5 billion debt to the International Monetary Fund on Tuesday, effectively cutting free from the Washington-based lender after years of bitter clashes.

2005-11-16 22:18:25

By Patrick Markey CARACAS, Venezuela (Reuters) - Mexico dug in its heels in a diplomatic standoff with Venezuela on Wednesday after both countries recalled their ambassadors during a heated dispute over U.S. regional free trade proposals.

2005-11-04 14:28:28

By Tabassum Zakaria MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina (Reuters) - The United States on Friday offered little help to Argentina in its quest for more-flexible terms from the International Monetary Fund, as they prepare for talks on a new economic program. U.S. President George W.

2005-11-02 02:12:38

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush, preparing to visit Latin America, said the United States will not intervene in negotiations between Argentina and the International Monetary Fund on a follow-up loan agreement.

2005-10-24 00:42:27

By Kevin Gray BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Reuters) - Argentine President Nestor Kirchner strengthened his support in Congress during legislative elections on Sunday, while his wife scored a resounding victory in an important Senate race.

2005-10-05 11:03:28

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush, who many Latin Americans criticize for being out of touch with the region's woes, will attend in November a summit of the hemisphere's leaders in Argentina before going to Brazil and Panama.

Word of the Day
  • An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
  • A timorous, cowardly fellow.
Probably a blend of meek and cock, or from meek +‎ -ock (“diminutive suffix”).