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July 14, 1987 | Associated Press
Authorities early Monday rescued 300 travelers and evacuated 50 villagers stranded near this southern Patagonian city by a fierce, four-day Antarctic storm. No deaths or injuries were reported. Weather forecasters said that a winter storm has dumped 24 inches of rain and snow since Thursday on this remote southernmost Argentine region, about 1,000 miles south of Buenos Aires, and that the bad weather is continuing.
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March 11, 2000 | From Associated Press
Several days of heavy rainfall have caused severe flooding in northeastern Argentina, killing at least seven people and forcing more than 10,000 to flee their homes, officials said Friday. Steady rain and swollen rivers have washed out roads, downed electrical and telephone lines and threatened the water supply in at least five provinces, said Social Development Minister Graciela Fernandez Meijide.
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March 11, 2000 | From Associated Press
Several days of heavy rainfall have caused severe flooding in northeastern Argentina, killing at least seven people and forcing more than 10,000 to flee their homes, officials said Friday. Steady rain and swollen rivers have washed out roads, downed electrical and telephone lines and threatened the water supply in at least five provinces, said Social Development Minister Graciela Fernandez Meijide.
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June 9, 1998 | HELENE ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The post-Diego Maradona era has begun for Argentina, which is rebuilding from the ashes of its most brilliant player's drug violation and ejection at the 1994 World Cup and the team's early exit after its shocking losses to Bulgaria and Romania. The talented but troubled Maradona, who led Argentina to a victory over England in 1986 with his infamous "Hand of God" goal, had spoken of making another comeback but abandoned his plans last fall.
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June 9, 1998 | HELENE ELLIOTT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The post-Diego Maradona era has begun for Argentina, which is rebuilding from the ashes of its most brilliant player's drug violation and ejection at the 1994 World Cup and the team's early exit after its shocking losses to Bulgaria and Romania. The talented but troubled Maradona, who led Argentina to a victory over England in 1986 with his infamous "Hand of God" goal, had spoken of making another comeback but abandoned his plans last fall.
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July 14, 1987 | Associated Press
Authorities early Monday rescued 300 travelers and evacuated 50 villagers stranded near this southern Patagonian city by a fierce, four-day Antarctic storm. No deaths or injuries were reported. Weather forecasters said that a winter storm has dumped 24 inches of rain and snow since Thursday on this remote southernmost Argentine region, about 1,000 miles south of Buenos Aires, and that the bad weather is continuing.
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