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Fire works explode over the presidential palace to celebrate the inauguration of Alberto Fernandez as new president in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Fire works explode over the presidential palace to celebrate the inauguration of Alberto Fernandez as new president at the Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Supporters of Argentina's President Mauricio Macri react during a rally in support of Macri, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Despite losing to opposition candidate Alberto Fernandez in the recent presidential elections the conservative leader garnered 40 percent of the vote and his "Let's Change" political movement look set to continue being an ongoing force in Argentine politics.

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Voters line up in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentina could take a political turn in Sunday's presidential elections, with center-left Peronist candidate Alberto Fernandez favored to oust Mauricio Macri amid growing frustration over the country's economic crisis.

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A man shows off his Argentine flag motif suit and cape before voting in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentina could take a political turn in Sunday's presidential elections, with center-left Peronist candidate Alberto Fernández favored to oust conservative incumbent Mauricio Macri amid growing frustration over the country's economic crisis.

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People attend the campaign rally of Argentina's President Mauricio Macri and his running-mate Miguel Angel Pichetto at "9 de Julio" avenue in Buenos Aires,

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A woman with "Monsanto Out!!" written in Spanish on her chest, participates in a worldwide protest demanding action on climate change, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Across the globe, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets to demand that leaders tackle climate change.

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Rescuers and volunteers work to successfully return a killer whale to sea near Mar Chiquita, Argentina. Seven killer whales were stranded on the coast before rescuers and volunteers returned six of them to sea, but one died in the process.

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A man cries as he holds up a candle on the 25th anniversary of the bombing of the AMIA Jewish center that killed 85 people in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Men stand below street lights as the moon rises during a partial lunar eclipse in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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The moon passes in front of the setting sun during a total solar eclipse in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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People stand in the dark as they stop to view a total solar eclipse in Chascomus, Argentina. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun and scores a bull's-eye by completely blocking out the sunlight.

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Argentina's Lionel Messi, center, celebrates after scoring the team's first goal with teammates during a friendly soccer match against Nicaragua in San Juan, Argentina.

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Argentina's player Lionel Messi, center, fights for the ball with Nicaragua's Luis Copete during a friendly soccer match in San Juan, Argentina.

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Women play drums as they protest gender violence in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The grassroots movement "Ni una menos," or Not One Less, is marking its fourth anniversary by remembering the hundreds of women who have been murdered since its founding, and demanding laws to curb sexist violence that continues to permeate Argentine society.

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Paulo Andre of Brazil's Athletico Paranaense, right, fights for the ball with Mauro Zarate of Argentina's Boca Juniors during a Copa Libertadores soccer game in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Carlos Tevez, center, of Argentina's Boca Juniors, celebrates scoring against Brazil's Athletico Paranaense with teammate Cristian Pavon, right, during a Copa Libertadores soccer game in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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A sewing machine sits inside the home where Eva Peron was born and raised until she was age 11 in Los Toldos, Argentina. One day ahead of the 100th anniversary of Evita's birth, the home where Argentina's mythical first lady was born and raised was opened to the public with an exhibition recounting the childhood of the woman who, together with her husband Juan Domingo Perón, will forever mark Argentine history.

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Spectators watch driver Alberto Heller from Chile and his co-driver Jose Diaz from Argentina race their Ford Fiesta R5 on the last day of the fifth round of the FIA World Rally Championship in El Condor, Cordoba, Argentina.

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Demonstrators march against the government economic policies, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Musicians play as demonstrators march against the economic policy of Argentina's government, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Demonstrators march against the economic policy of Argentina's government, near the Casa Rosada executive mansion in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentina's powerful National Confederation of Workers union along with socials organizations are calling for a 36 hour national strike to protest against the economic policy implemented by the administration of President Mauricio Macri.

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First place finisher Jaume Masia of Spain, center, Darryn Binder of South Africa, second place, left, and Tony Arbolino of Italy, third place, celebrate during a Moto3 podium at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina.

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Marc Marquez of Spain drives his motorcycle during a Moto GP practice run at the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit in Argentina.

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Argentina's Paulo Dybala, right, eyes the ball as Morocco's Younes Belhanda looks on during an international friendly soccer match between Morocco and Argentina in Tangier, Morocco.

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Protesters stand next to a sculpture shaped like a fetus at a demonstrations against the legalization of abortion in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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A woman plays a snare drum in a demonstration commemorating International Women's Day, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Pro-choice activists dressed as characters from the novel-turned-TV series “The Handmaid’s Tale,” hold placards with a message that reads in Spanish: "Legalize abortion now," marking International Women's Day in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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People reach up for free vegetables given out by the Union of Land Workers collective, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The farmers are denouncing that the city government recently banned them from selling their products straight to the consumers at open fairs. They are also demanding access to low interest loans and the creation of a land reform law.

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A fan of Argentina's Talleres soccer team shows off his soccer team related tattoo before a Copa Libertadores soccer match against Chile's Palestino in Cordoba, Argentina.

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Women attend a pro-choice rally in favor of decriminalizing abortion outside Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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A woman covered by the Spanish words "Legal abortion" attends a pro-choice rally in favor of decriminalizing abortion outside Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Pro-choice activists in favor of decriminalizing abortion raise green handkerchiefs as they rally outside Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Demonstrators want the decriminalization of the voluntary interruption of pregnancy and that the issue be included in this year's parliamentary agenda, after lawmakers voted against the decriminalization of abortion last year.

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A woman holds a sign that reads in Spanish "Respect Venezuela" during a protest against U.S. intervention in Venezuela, outside the U.S embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The U.S. has used military and civilian aircraft to fly in food and personal care aid to Venezuela's Colombian border, in an effort meant to undermine Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and dramatize his government's inability to overcome shortages of food and medicine.

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Police block a street that leads to the U.S embassy during a protest against U.S. intervention in Venezuela, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accuses the United States of trying to orchestrate a coup against him, and that allegation has resonance among many in a region where Washington has a long history of interventions — military and otherwise.

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Women lie down on Plaza de Mayo square, performing as victims during a protest against gender violence in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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A lunar eclipse progresses behind the "Monumento a la Carta Magna y Las Cuatro Regiones Argentinas" in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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A girl plays beneath an Argentine flag as demonstrators protest against the increase in public service fees, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Demonstrators hold signs reading in Spanish "Marci indebted us. No to the increase" referring to Argentina's President Mauricio Macri, during a protest against the increase in public service fees, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Women march from 9 de Julio Avenue towards the government house to protest gender violence in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Women lie on 9 de Julio Avenue to protest gender violence in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentine feminist groups and labor unions are protesting a court ruling that acquitted two men accused of sexually abusing and killing 16-year-old Lucia Perez.

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US President Donald Trump, right, waves after Argentina's President Mauricio Macri welcomed him at the start of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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In this photo released by Argentina's presidential press office, China's President Xi Jinping receives a polo helmet from Argentina's President Mauricio Macri as a polo horse is gifted to Xi from Argentina's polo association, at the Olivos presidential residence in a northern suburb of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi shakes hands with President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, on the sidelines of the G20 Summit, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, left, Russian President Vladimir Putin, center, and Chinese President Xi Jinping, pose for a photo during their meeting at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President of France Emmanuel Macron exchange greetings at a meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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US President Donald Trump with China's President Xi Jinping during their bilateral meeting, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Riot police block an avenue as protesters march against the G20 summit being held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Leaders from the Group of 20 industrialized nations are meeting in Buenos Aires for two days.

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US President Donald Trump, center, reaches out to Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto, left, and Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as they prepare to sign a new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement that is replacing the NAFTA trade deal, during a ceremony at a hotel before the start of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The USMCA, as Trump refers to it, must still be approved by lawmakers in all three countries.

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US President Donald Trump, center, reaches out to Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto, left, and Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as they prepare to sign a new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement that is replacing the NAFTA trade deal, during a ceremony at a hotel before the start of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The USMCA, as Trump refers to it, must still be approved by lawmakers in all three countries.

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Russia's President Vladimir Putin, left, watches President Donald Trump, right, walk past him as they gather for the group photo at the start of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Argentina's President Mauricio Macri greets Ivanka Trump, the daughter and assistant to President Donald Trump, far right, as Juliana Awada, Macri's wife, first lady Melania Trump and President Donald Trump, looks on at the Teatro Colon for the G20 leaders dinner in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, left, and Russia's President Vladimir Putin speak at the start of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The two leaders are controversial figures at the summit. In Putin's case, other world leaders have expressed concern over Russia's recent seizure of Ukrainian ships and their crews near Crimea. For the prince, it's about the killing of a dissident Saudi journalist in the country's Istanbul consulate. Saudi Arabia denies that bin Salman ordered the killing, but U.S. intelligence agencies have concluded the opposite.

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Argentina's President Mauricio Macri, front right, points as he and other world leaders gather for the group photo at the start of the G20 Leader's Summit at the Costa Salguero Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Leaders attending the G20 Summit pose for the family photo at the Costa Salguero Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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From the left, President of Brazil Michel Temer, President of Russia Vladimir Putin, President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa, President of China Xi Jinping, and Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi pose for a photo at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina. .

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India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi gives a thumbs up as Argentina's President Mauricio Macri welcomes him to the start of the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Leaders from the Group of 20 industrialized nations are meeting in Buenos Aires.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi being welcomed by the people of the Indian community on his arrival, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Opponents to the G20 summit deflate a giant doll depicting U.S. President Donald Trump wearing a diaper outside Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Actors stage a performance to protest the G20 Summit outside the presidential palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Opponents to the G20 summit carry a giant inflatable doll depicting U.S. President Donald Trump wearing a diaper in front of Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Argentina's first lady Juliana Awada, center, assists France's first lady Brigitte Macron up a step as France's President Emmanuel Macron walks behind them at the presidential palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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France's President Emmanuel Macron and first lady Brigitte Macron tour the Playa de Mayo square in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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US President Donald Trump waves as he and first lady Melania Trump arrive to Ministro Pistarini international airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Trump traveled to Argentina to attend the G20 summit.

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Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, and first lady Sophie Gregoire wave on their arrival to the Ministro Pistarini international airport for the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi gestures after he was welcomed by Argentina;s Justice Minister German Garavano, right, upon his arrival at the Ministro Pistarini international airport to attend the G20 Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Leaders from the Group of 20 industrialized nations will meet in Buenos Aires for a two-day starting Friday.

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Attendants stretch during a Yoga for Peace event led by India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi at La Rural Convention Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Attendants stretch during a Yoga for Peace event led by India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi at La Rural Convention Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets participants of a Yoga for Peace event at La Rural Convention Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi joins hand as he arrives to a Yoga for Peace event at La Rural Convention Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks during a Yoga for Peace event at La Rural Convention Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Modi and other leaders from the Group of 20 industrialized nations will meet in Buenos Aires for two days starting Friday.

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Argentina's Paulo Dybala, rigth, celebrates his side's second goal against Mexico during a friendly soccer match in Mendoza, Argentina.

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Police stand guard outside Congress as they clash with protesters as lawmakers discuss next year's budget in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Protesters are opposed to proposed austerity measures.

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A police detains a demonstrators outside of Argentina's Congress as lawmakers discuss next year's budget in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The budget includes austerity measures including tax hikes and government cuts aimed at eliminating the fiscal deficit. The session in the lower house was temporarily suspended.

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In this photo provided by the OIS/IOC, fireworks go off as the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games are declared closed during the Closing Ceremony of the Youth Olympic Summer Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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China’s Lin Shan takes a practice dive during the Youth Olympic Summer Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Fireworks burst over the 9 de Julio avenue, at the start of the Opening Ceremony of The Youth Olympic Games, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Fireworks burst over the 9 de Julio avenue, at the start of the Opening Ceremony of The Youth Olympic Games, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Argentine athlete Pedro Ibarra lights the Cauldron during the opening ceremony of the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Students of the Training Institutes of the Prefectura Naval Argentina (Argentine Maritime Authority) hoist the national flag of Argentina at The Opening Ceremony of The Youth Olympic Games, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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The crowd applauds as Mao Nakamura of japan reaches the top of the Bouldering Wall at the Parque Mujeras Argentinas Urban Park, during the Youth Olympic Summer Games, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Demonstrators march against the government of Mauricio Macri and his economic policy, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Argentina's powerful National Confederation of Workers union is calling for a national strike to protest against the International Monetary Fund economic measures that President Macri has implemented.

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A youth plays a trumpet during a protest against austerity measures put in place by the government of President Mauricio Macri in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Children eat free food where demonstrators set up a soup kitchen along a main avenue that connects the government house with Congress as a way to protest government economic measures in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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A man serves free food at a soup kitchen set up along a main avenue that connects the government house with Congress as a way to protest government economic measures in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Consumer prices are soaring, unemployment is high and the Argentine peso has plunged, bringing back haunting memories of the country's economic meltdown in 2001 that pushed millions into poverty.

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People rally outside what was the Health Ministry to protest the entity being taken over by the Social Development Ministry, as part of emergency measures announced by Argentina's President Mauricio Macri in Buenos Aires, Argentina. On Monday, Macri announced new taxes and the elimination of several ministries in a bid to stem the economic turmoil.

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Argentine couple Maksim Gerasimov and Agustina Piaggio compete in the stage category at the World Tango Championship final in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Demonstrators protesting Argentina's former President Cristina Fernandez carry an effigy of her, with the Spanish message around her neck: "Full pockets. Empty refrigerators," as they march to Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Pro-choice activists gather around a bonfire to keep warm as celebratory fireworks go off in the distance from a gathering of pro-life activists, as they all wait outside Congress for lawmakers to vote on an abortion bill in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Senate debated a bill that would legalize elective abortion in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy, and eventually voted against it, keeping abortion limited to cases of rape or risks to a woman's health.

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Women in support of decriminalizing abortion protest in the rain outside Congress where lawmakers are debating the issue in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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A woman attends a demonstration in support of decriminalizing abortion, outside the Argentine embassy in Quito, Ecuador. Argentina's Senate is debating legislation that would legalize elective abortions in the first 14 months of pregnancy, an issue that bitterly divides the homeland of Pope Francis.

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Demonstrators against the decriminalization of abortion gather outside the Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Following months of increasingly tense debate, lawmakers in Argentina meet in Congress ahead of a vote on a bill that would decriminalize abortions up to the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. The bandanas the demonstrators hold have a text that reads in Spanish "Save both lives."

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In this photo released by Argentina's Senate press office, protesters demonstrate in support of loosening the abortion law, left, and against abortion, right, in this photo taken from Congress where lawmakers are debating the issue in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Following months of increasingly tense debate, lawmakers are meeting ahead of a vote on a bill that would decriminalize abortions up to the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.

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Pro-choice activists in favor of decriminalizing abortion wear costumes from the Handmaid's Tale, a book and now television series, as they march through Remembrance Park, created to honor the victims of state terrorism and lists the names of those who disappeared during Argentina's last military dictatorship, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Senate vote to expand legal abortion is tentatively set for Aug. 8.

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Women in favor of a measure to expand legal abortions wear red cloaks and white bonnets like the characters from the novel-turned-TV series "The Handmaid's Tale," as they march outside Congress with placards that bear the message "Legal Abortion Now!" in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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A demonstrator holds a sign that says in Spanish "Down with Macri's decree on the Armed Forces" as he protests President Mauricio Macri's announcement to remove a decree that bans military involvement in local crime fighting, terrorist threats and other internal security issues in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In a radical reform of Argentina's defense doctrine, Macri said he will modify a 2006 decree that limited the armed forces to defense against attacks by another country.

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Pro-choice activists in favor of decriminalizing abortion wear costumes from the Handmaid's Tale, a book and now television series, outside Congress where lawmakers passed new, abortion-related legislation which is scheduled to be voted on by the Senate, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The novel's writer, Margaret Atwood, showed her support on Twitter for approval of the law, which would legalize elective abortion in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.

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Security forces take position at the United States Embassy during a protest against the International Monetary Fund, IMF, on the sidelines of a Group of 20 meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The United States is being represented at the gathering by Treasury Steven Mnuchin and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.

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Political parties opponents and social movements protesters hold signs that read in Spanish: "Out IMF and No to the payment of the debt, "one showing an image of with a picture of Christine Lagarde, International Monetary Fund Managing director, during a demonstration against the IMF near the G20 Finance Minister and Central Bank governors meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Argentina's soccer fans sing songs in Nikolskaya street near the Kremlin after France won the final match between France and Croatia at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia.

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