A chauffeur’s notes could send dozens of Argentina’s political and business elites to prison. On Aug. 1, Argentine newspaper La Nacion published an investigation that detailed alleged bribes from business executives to officials in the former governments of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and her late husband, Nestor Kirchner. Evidence in the eight notebooks, kept from 2005 to 2015 by the chauffeur of a former government official, have led to the arrests of more than a dozen men. And Kirchner could be next.



Latest News

Daily Mail: Video: Dramatic moment elephant charges and smashes car windscreen

Daily Mail: Lone Wolf bikie accused of gunning down Mick Hawi was his friend

Daily Mail: North and South Korean families reunited for the first time in nearly 70 years show family photos

Daily Mail: Elephant refuses to let car past and smashes the windscreen before chasing the reversing driver 

CNBC: The big business of INDYCAR

Reuters: WhatsApp to clamp down on 'sinister' messages in India: IT minister

Reuters: Russian hackers targeted U.S. conservative think-tanks, says Microsoft

Jpost: Russian hackers targeted U.S. conservative think-tanks, says Microsoft

Haaretz: SodaStream sale should boost company's employment in Israel, but tax revenue is murky

WashingtonPost: Indonesian court sentences woman who complained about noisy mosque to 18 months in prison for blasphemy

WashingtonPost: Separated Korean families have 2nd day of emotional reunions

WashingtonPost: At emotional Korean reunions, genuine talk often impossible

WashingtonPost: Indonesia woman irked by mosque noise convicted of blasphemy

WashingtonPost: Vietnam puts 12 people on trial for alleged subversion

FOX: Melting Arctic could rapidly unlock 'deep carbon' buried in permafrost

CNN: Australia has a lot to lose in the US-China trade war

CNN: Trump: There'll 'most likely' be another summit with Kim

CNN: Tapper takes on Giuliani's 'alternate reality'

CNN: As US President's legal fate spins out of control, his sense of frustration grows

CNN: Madonna's sort-of tribute to Aretha Franklin

BBC: Reward offered after 92-year-old conned in Melrose

ABC: Vietnam puts 12 people on trial for alleged subversion

ABC: 'Crazy Rich Asians' hoopla elicits mixed feelings in Asia

19 Related Articles from 2018-08-07