Cristina Kirchner's cabinet took out a full-page advertorial in the Wall Street Journal this weekend to discredit the dead prosecutor's case against the Argentine president.
On the same day a judge categorically dismissed the claims that Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner orchestrated a cover-up for Iran, the president reshuffled key posts in her cabinet.
Thousands came out in Argentina to pay homage to the prosecutor who died under suspicious circumstances the day before he was set to present his case against President Cristina Kirchner for her alleged role in impunity in the 1994 AIMA bombing case.
Nearly a month since the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, the man replacing him on Friday repeated the claim that President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner ordered a cover-up of Iran's involvement in the 1994 attack.
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner mocked a stereotypical Chinese accent in a tweet during a visit to Beijing, but the gaffe didn't appear to hamper her government's aims at increasing strategic relations with China.
While a werewolf Bar Mitzvah might be a joke on "30 Rock," it's also apparently a real thing that just happened in South America.