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It's not Venezuela. Now it's Argentina that wants to use the heavy hand of the state to grip the invisible hand of the market.

Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner annotates, on Twitter, her campaign to rally fellow Latin heads of state.

Critics say that then-cardinal Bergoglio withdrew the church's support for two priests shortly before their kidnapping by the military.

  • Max Fisher
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  • Mar 15, 2013
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Also: What about Iran's fatwa banning nuclear weapons?

  • Max Fisher
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  • Iran
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  • Mar 15, 2013
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What does Jorge Mario Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, have to do with his country's complicated internal conflict?

  • Max Fisher
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  • Mar 14, 2013
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Francis' election is a big deal for Argentina, where more than 90 percent of the population is Catholic.

The lower chamber's leftists didn't want to interrupt a ceremony devoted to Hugo Chavez.

  • Max Fisher
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  • Mar 13, 2013
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The move could boost support for President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who polls well among younger voters.

  • Olga Khazan
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  • Nov 1, 2012
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