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New 'Consent Condom' Really Doesn't Get What Sexual Consent Is About
Sorry, guys. Opening a condom together before sex does not equal automatic consent.
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Trump Vs The World: G-20 Summit Stumbles On Trade, Climate
By Angela Charlton, Peter Orsi and Luiz Andres Henao, AP
President Donald Trump used the summit in Argentina to make his own trade deals.
Argentina Finds Missing Sub One Year Later But Lacks Resources To Surface It
By AP Staff, The Associated Press
Officials are figuring out what to do about the sub, which had 44 people on board.
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Whale Rescue Operation
After a long, intense 28-hour rescue mission, a stranded humpback whale has returned home.
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Catholic School For Deaf Youth Raided By Argentine Authorities In Sex Abuse Inquiry
By Luis Andres Henao, Associated Press
Officials are investigating “possible crimes against sexual integrity" at the Antonio Provolo Institute in La Plata.
Police Officer On Duty At Argentina Hospital Breastfeeds Malnourished Baby
The police officer was promoted to sergeant after her compassionate action.
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Woman Dies From Botched At-Home Abortion Days After Argentina Rejects Abortion Bill
The 34-year-old woman reportedly suffered a serious infection after attempting to use parsley to induce a miscarriage.
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Argentina Senate Rejects Bill To Legalize Abortion
By Scott Squires, Reuters
There are at least 350,000 illegal abortions in Argentina every year, the Ministry of Health estimates.
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Iceland Holds Off Argentina In 1-1 Draw At First World Cup
By Mitch Phillips, Reuters
Lionel Messi missed his chance to land a penalty-kick win after Iceland's first World Cup goal.
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Cops Fired After Blaming Missing Half-Ton Of Pot On Stoner Mice
A judge tried to weed out the truth.
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Death Of Argentine Prosecutor Investigating Massive Terror Attack Ruled A Murder
Alberto Nisman was found dead hours before he was due to testify against top government officials.
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The Mysterious Disappearance Of An Argentine Navy Sub Just Got Even Stranger
An abnormal sound "consistent with an explosion" was detected near where the vessel disappeared last week, said the Argentine navy.
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Argentina Detects Signals Believed To Be From Missing Submarine
By Marcos Brindicci and Maximiliano Rizzi, Reuters
Argentina said the calls were likely a sign the crew of 44 was trying to reestablish contact.
What We Know About The Victims Of The New York Attack
At least six of those killed were foreign nationals from Argentina and Belgium.
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Big-Game Hunter Trampled To Death By Elephant He Tried To Shoot
A similar accident occurred in May.
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This Teen Is The First Black Woman To Ride In U.S. Polo's Highest League
Shariah Harris is breaking down barriers in the "sport of kings."
Pride Around The World
Here’s how countries around the world are celebrating gay pride.
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Trove Of Nazi Artifacts Found Hidden Behind Bookcase In Argentina
The roughly 75 items were uncovered at an art collector’s home during a raid by Interpol agents.
Theater Group Spotlights Transgender People
Arte Trans spotlights trans people and their stories.
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Devastating French Open Injury Leads To Moment Of True Sportsmanship
Player Nicolas Almagro sobbed as he was forced to quit mid-match, but his opponent was there to comfort him.
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In Argentina, The Supreme Court Spurs National Outrage With Leniency For A 'Dirty War' Criminal
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Argentine Woman Becomes Latin America's First Transgender Police Chief
“This is a milestone," Analía Pasantino told The Associated Press.
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