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A global pandemic is enough to put most people on edge, but authorities in Argentina decided to make matters worse by marking the start of a nationwide lockdown using an ominous siren taken straight from the Purge movie franchise.
Evacuations are underway and firefighters have been deployed en masse after a wildfire broke out near the town of Esquel in Argentina’s Chubut province. Residents watched in despair as their homestead became a fiery hellscape.
An Argentinian man took to Twitter to share a disturbing image of an unusually massive-looking mosquito after it flew through his window and met its demise after being bug-sprayed by his quick-acting mother.
Several towns and cities in Cordoba, Argentina were battered by a sudden and violent dust storm which ripped roofs from houses, felled trees and blocked out the sun.
Mexico’s ambassador to Argentina has resigned for health reasons, after he appeared to be caught on camera stealing a $10 book, and was also accused of pilfering a shirt from an airport shop.
Argentina’s new president, Alberto Fernandez, returned to his duties as law professor, monitoring students as they took their final exams.
Mexico’s foreign ministry has recalled the country’s ambassador over a video allegedly showing the man in an act of shoplifting at one of the most famous bookstores in Buenos Aires.
The chief regional bloc in the Americas has grown too dependent on the US, while the “interventionist” IMF shares the blame for Argentina’s economic crisis, the nation’s President-elect Alberto Fernandez told RT.
Commuters at a metro station in Buenos Aires, Argentina looked on in horror as a man fainted on the platform and knocked a woman right down into the path of an oncoming train.