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Friday, June 24, 2016

Buenos Aires Herald

After Britain's 'Out' vote, Cameron quits, markets dive

Britain voted to leave the European Union, forcing the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron and dealing the biggest blow to the European project of greater unity since World War Two.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Britain's vote to leave the EU could create pressure for a second referendum on Scottish independence.
US presidential candidate Donald Trump, thrusting himself into the heart of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, drew parallels to his own campaign to limit illegal immigration and build a wall at the US border with Mexico.
Scotland is highly likely to hold a second independence referendum, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said today, adding she would do what was necessary to secure the country's place in the European Union after Britain voted to leave the bloc.
The peso reached a two-month low yesterday, but Argentine markets continued their optimistic trend of the last few days.
The Lower House of Congress dealt a symbolic defeat to Victory Front (FpV) lawmaker Julio de Vido, voting to allow the courts to search his home and offices as part of an investigation into alleged embezzlement.
By Fermín Koop
Up to 1,000 more grants will be given each year to Argentine teachers, students and researchers to study in the cities of the United States, following an agreement signed yesterday between Education Minister Esteban Bullrich and US Second Lady Jill Biden — who is in Argentina for a two-day official visit.
European shares, led by the region's banks, felt the full force of Britain's vote to leave the European Union, falling as much as 9 percent as shockwaves spread across global markets.
Britons voted to leave the European Union. Here are some answers to key questions on what will happen next in Britain's relations with the bloc.
More than 12,000 kilometres away from the United Kingdom, two English expats living in Buenos Aires — Jeremy Frost and Gil O’Keefe — sit down to discuss a conflict that has the country holding its breath: whether to leave or to stay in the European Union.
Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra addressed the UN Committee on Decolonization for the first time as a representative of the Argentine government. Malcorra championed Argentina’s sovereignty claims over the Malvinas Islands, downplaying votes for self-determination made by the island residents who wish to remain under UK administration.

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From the very big questions about how the Brexit will now affect the EU political landscape to how James Corben rected to the “Out” news, here are the main headlines hitting British media after a majority of Britons decided to leave the regional bloc.
The Financial Times analyzed the main consequences that the exit of the UK from the European Union might have. "Financial markets will be more sensitive to eurozone vulnerabilities," the article says.
"The vote is in, now we must face the consequences," The Guardian said in its editorial following the results on the referendum that ended with the exit of Britain from the European Union.

Not waiting  for Maradona

Eric Weil / Sportsworld

Not waiting for Maradona

The buck never stops here

Michael Soltys / Senior Editor

The buck never stops here

Yes we cash

Martín Gambarotta - News Editor

Yes we cash

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