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The Dream of Treasure Keeps Paraguayans Digging

(Published by the New York Times) Capiatá, Paraguay Deep in the subtropical heart of South America, the hunt is on. Buried beneath red ocher earthen streets, or perhaps in the shade of mango trees in the fields beyond, opulent treasures are scattered for hundreds of miles — at least according to a fable that has [...]

In Argentina, a Ceremony and a Snub

(Published by the New York Times) Buenos Aires, Argentina Mauricio Macri was sworn in as president of Argentina on Thursday in a ceremony that was boycotted by his predecessor, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, after a bitter argument over how and where to hold it. At the close of an often-divisive eight-year presidency, Mrs. Kirchner appeared [...]

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