Argentina

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Even then, the government was unable to prevent a steep devaluation of the Argentinan currency, which hit 3.
Pope Francis was born Jorge Mario Bergoglio 76 years ago to an Argentinan mother of Italian heritage and a father who emigrated to South America from Italy.
The newly-crowned Premier League champions are keen to bring in defensive reinforcements and are thought to have identified Newcastle's Argentinan international centre-back as a potential target.
The Fazza Yola Championships thrilled audiences; but this was by no means the only highlight, as there were five-star performances by Bollywood, Argentinan, Chinese, Ecuadorian and many other authentic cultural groups.
And the young Wanderers, the Webb Ellis Youth Cup holders, saw off a good Argentinan touring side by 22-20 with credit going also to coaches Mike Sheahan, Ray Smith and Stuart Baird for their efforts.
The Argentinan wizard is 13-8 to win the golden boot, with team-mate David Villa 22-1 with Bet365 having scored 12 times in the league.
Extensive travel is how he learned Spanish during one project stay in an Argentinan home.
Moyes is also monitoring Marseille's out-of-contract centre-back Renato Civelli, an Argentinan with an Italian passport, who has also caught the eye of Blackburn and Birmingham.
This paper is a critical study from one of the most controversial topics in the historiography of modern Argentinan poetry: "La generacion de 1930", known as the novisimos.
Argentinan Olympic gold medallist Javier Mascherano in the thick of the action for Liverpool against Reading last season; Back at Melwood, Javier Mascherano trains, watched by Rafael Benitez; Argentina's gold medallist Javier Mascherano
Argentinan Alemano will now be ineligible to play because teams can only have two non-EU players on their team.
Besides the Contract, the parties and the Player filled out and signed an Argentinan Football Association (AFA) form, according to which--in compliance with the fourth clause of the Contract--the Player was going to be transferred "on loan" from Velez to Espanyol until the end of the season 1998/99 without any further charge in addition to the already agreed USD 4,500,000, and that--in compliance with the sixth clause of the Contract--Espanyol had the right to obtain the renewal of the loan for the following season 1999/2000 by paying to Velez USD 500,000.
England defended admirably and after 81 minutes, Campbell put the ball in the back of the Argentinan net from a Darren Anderton corner - unfortunately it was disallowed for a debateable Shearer foul.
In South Africa, three share the lead going into the final round of the Sun City Challenge - Argentinan Angel Cabrera, South African Tim Clark and Aussie Adam Scott.
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